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Opal Whiteley papers 1915-1969.

Author: Opal Stanley Whiteley; Nellie Hemenway Price; Ellery Sedgwick
Edition/Format:   Book : Manuscript   Archival Material : English
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Correspondence, clippings, and magazine articles related to Opal Stanley Whiteley, a woman from Cottage Grove, Oregon, who became famous through the publication of her childhood diary in 1921 and subsequent controversy over the story of her origins. The collection includes letters from Whiteley, 1918-1963, to her friend Nellie Hemenway Price, a resident of Portland, Oregon; letters from Atlantic Monthly publisher  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Letters (correspondence)
Clippings
Correspondence
Named Person: Nellie Hemenway Price; Ellery Sedgwick; Opal Stanley Whiteley
Material Type: Manuscript
Document Type: Book, Archival Material
All Authors / Contributors: Opal Stanley Whiteley; Nellie Hemenway Price; Ellery Sedgwick
OCLC Number: 226500665
Description: .25 cubic feet (2 folders, 1 oversize folder)

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Correspondence, clippings, and magazine articles related to Opal Stanley Whiteley, a woman from Cottage Grove, Oregon, who became famous through the publication of her childhood diary in 1921 and subsequent controversy over the story of her origins. The collection includes letters from Whiteley, 1918-1963, to her friend Nellie Hemenway Price, a resident of Portland, Oregon; letters from Atlantic Monthly publisher Ellery Sedgwick to Price; an issue of the British magazine Queen, 1929, containing an article by Whiteley on India (in oversize); an issue of the magazine Old Oregon with an extensive article on Whiteley; and newspaper clippings (in oversize).

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