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Letters to Roy Land 1940-1952.

Author: Harry Clemons; Roy Land
Edition/Format:   Archival material : Manuscript : English
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Clemons writes to Land about Alderman Library and its personnel. Topics include acquisitions of manuscripts and early Virginia newspapers, the housing of Library of Congress manuscripts and staff during World War II, military activities at the University of Virginia during the war, and former librarians in the armed services. Of interest is a description of the dedication of the Jefferson Memorial in Washington,
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Genre/Form: Correspondence
Personal narratives
Named Person: Randolph Greenfield Adams; Francis L Berkeley; Lucy Trimble Clark; Jack Dalton; Jefferson Randolph Kean; Thomas Jefferson; Dumas Malone; Louise Savage; Carroll Mason Sparrow; John Cook Wyllie
Material Type: Manuscript
Document Type: Archival Material
All Authors / Contributors: Harry Clemons; Roy Land
OCLC Number: 647810692
Description: 41 items.
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Clemons writes to Land about Alderman Library and its personnel. Topics include acquisitions of manuscripts and early Virginia newspapers, the housing of Library of Congress manuscripts and staff during World War II, military activities at the University of Virginia during the war, and former librarians in the armed services. Of interest is a description of the dedication of the Jefferson Memorial in Washington, D.C. in 1943.

People mentioned include Randolph Greenfield Adams, Francis Berkeley, Lucy Clark, Jack Dalton, Jefferson R. Kean, Dumas Malone, Louise Savage, Carroll Mason Sparrow, and John Cook Wyllie.

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