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Letters of Thomas Kearny, 1932-1938.

Author: Thomas Kearny; Leslie Edgar Bliss; Norma B Cuthbert; Reginald Berti Haselden
Edition/Format:   Archival material : English
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The majority of these letters are between Thomas Kearny and Leslie E. Bliss, Librarian of the Henry E. Huntington Library. These letters are about Kearny's book on Philip Kearny and Stephen Watts Kearny and possible manuscript material at the Huntington that Kearny should see. Kearny also talks about Robert E. Lee, John Charles Frémont, Allan Nevins, and Commodore Robert F. Stockton. There also two letters by  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Letters (correspondence)
Correspondence
Named Person: John Charles Frémont; Philip Kearny; Stephen Watts Kearny; Thomas Kearny; Robert E Lee; Allan Nevins; Robert Field Stockton
Document Type: Archival Material
All Authors / Contributors: Thomas Kearny; Leslie Edgar Bliss; Norma B Cuthbert; Reginald Berti Haselden
OCLC Number: 741311589
Notes: All inquiries about these letters should be directed to the H. Russell Smith Foundation Curator, Western American Manuscripts.
Description: 13 letters.

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The majority of these letters are between Thomas Kearny and Leslie E. Bliss, Librarian of the Henry E. Huntington Library. These letters are about Kearny's book on Philip Kearny and Stephen Watts Kearny and possible manuscript material at the Huntington that Kearny should see. Kearny also talks about Robert E. Lee, John Charles Frémont, Allan Nevins, and Commodore Robert F. Stockton. There also two letters by Huntington employee Norma B. Cuthbert to Leslie E. Bliss and fellow employee Reginald B. Haselden regarding Thomas Kearny's research.

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