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Charles Mills papers, 1937-1981.

Author: Charles Mills
Edition/Format:   Archival material : English
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The collection is mainly letters to Charles and Marguerite Mills from literary and academic colleagues and from personal friends. Significant correspondents include Walter Baxter, Lewis White Beck, Warren Pendleton Carrier, Elizabeth Henderson Cotten, Robert Fitzgerald, Allan H. Gilbert, Katharine Everett Gilbert, Paul Elliot Green, Archibald Henderson, Helmut Kuhn, Clare Leighton, Milton Charles Nahm, Betty Smith,  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Correspondence
Personal narratives
Named Person: Walter Baxter; Lewis White Beck; Warren Pendleton Carrier; Elizabeth Henderson Cotton; Robert Fitzgerald; Allan H Gilbert; Katharine Everett Gilbert; Paul Green; Archibald Henderson; Helmut Kuhn; Clare Leighton; Marguerite Mills; Milton C Nahm; Betty Smith; Nathan Comfort Starr
Document Type: Archival Material
All Authors / Contributors: Charles Mills
OCLC Number: 14472371
Notes: In the Southern Historical Collection, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill (#4270).
Description: ca. 150 items (1.0 linear ft.)
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The collection is mainly letters to Charles and Marguerite Mills from literary and academic colleagues and from personal friends. Significant correspondents include Walter Baxter, Lewis White Beck, Warren Pendleton Carrier, Elizabeth Henderson Cotten, Robert Fitzgerald, Allan H. Gilbert, Katharine Everett Gilbert, Paul Elliot Green, Archibald Henderson, Helmut Kuhn, Clare Leighton, Milton Charles Nahm, Betty Smith, and Nathan Comfort Starr. Also included are typed copies of writings of a few correspondents, probably sent to the Millses for review and a war journal Warren Carrier kept while serving in the American Field Service in Burma in 1944 and 1945.

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