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Frank Daniel papers, 1914-1973.

Author: Frank Daniel
Edition/Format:   Archival material : English
Database:WorldCat
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The Frank Daniel papers consist of correspondence and printed material. This material is arranged in three series. Series 1, Correspondence (1914-1973, no date), is arranged alphabetically and consists of letters, photos, and other memorabilia addressed to Frank Daniel. Writings and Biographical Information (1941-1971, no date), Series 2, contains newspaper columns written by Frank Daniel arranged chronologically  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Manuscripts
Newspaper columns
Photographs
Named Person: James Branch Cabell; Erskine Caldwell; Charles Howard Candler; Julia Collier Harris; William Berry Hartsfield; Hal Hentz; Wilbur G Kurtz; Robert Foster Maddox; Benjamin E Mays; Caroline Miller; Minnie Hite Moody; Ogden Nash; Frances Newman; Byron Herbert Reece; Lillian Eugenia Smith; Vivian Williams
Document Type: Archival Material
All Authors / Contributors: Frank Daniel
OCLC Number: 123429899
Language Note: Materials entirely in English.
Description: 2 linear ft. (4 boxes and 4 oversized papers (OP))

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The Frank Daniel papers consist of correspondence and printed material. This material is arranged in three series. Series 1, Correspondence (1914-1973, no date), is arranged alphabetically and consists of letters, photos, and other memorabilia addressed to Frank Daniel. Writings and Biographical Information (1941-1971, no date), Series 2, contains newspaper columns written by Frank Daniel arranged chronologically and clippings about Frank Daniel. Also found in this series is a photocopy of Frank Daniel's Last Will and Testament. Series 3, Collected Printed Materials and Clippings (1926-1976, no date), contains information about the Atlanta Book Fair and collected source material.

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