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Art Young correspondence, 1891-1943.

Author: Art Young
Edition/Format:   Archival material : English
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Collection of letters to Art Young from journalists, editors, left-wing and social organizations, cartoonists, and writers. Letters date from 1891 to 1943, with the bulk from the 1920s and 1930s, when Young resided in New York. The collection features letters from New York area journalists, editors, and activists, many of which concern contributions to labor and socialist publications such as The Advance, New  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Archives
Named Person: Paul Blanshard; Paul Carus; Stuart Chase; Max Eastman; Lewis Gannett; John Haynes Holmes; Frazier Hunt; Manuel Komroff; Dudley Nichols; James Oneal; Burton Rascoe; Upton Sinclair; Horace Traubel; Art Young; Carl Zigrosser; Paul Blanshard; Paul Carus; Stuart Chase; Max Eastman; Lewis Gannett; John Haynes Holmes; Frazier Hunt; Manuel Komroff; Dudley Nichols; James Oneal; Burton Rascoe; Upton Sinclair; Horace Traubel; Art Young; Carl Zigrosser
Document Type: Archival Material
All Authors / Contributors: Art Young
OCLC Number: 702193301
Language Note: In English.
Description: 0.42 linear feet (1 box)

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Collection of letters to Art Young from journalists, editors, left-wing and social organizations, cartoonists, and writers. Letters date from 1891 to 1943, with the bulk from the 1920s and 1930s, when Young resided in New York. The collection features letters from New York area journalists, editors, and activists, many of which concern contributions to labor and socialist publications such as The Advance, New Masses, and Socialist Call. New York area correspondents include Paul Blanshard, Max Eastman, Lewis Gannett, Frazier Hunt, Manuel Komroff, Dudley Nichols, James Oneal, Burton Rascoe, and Upton Sinclair, as well as many others. Other noteworthy correspondents include Paul Carus, Stuart Chase, John Haynes Holmes, Horace Traubel, and Carl Zigrosser. There are several original outgoing letters.

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