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Author: Walton family.George E WaltonJames Loring BakerEleanore C WaltonLoring Baker WaltonAll authors
Edition/Format:   Archival material : English
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Journals and diaries; correspondence; writings; postcards, photographs, albums and negatives; clippings; mimeographed material; printed material; and genealogical material. While the majority of the collection pertains to Loring Baker Walton, there also is a family focus, primarily in the correspondence throughout the papers. In particular it relates to Loring Walton, his mother Eleanore C. Walton, her father James  Read more...
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Genre/Form: History
Records and correspondence
Correspondence
Named Person: Wilmon Brewer; Maurice Holleaux; Carlo Sforza, conte; Anatole France; Edmund Wilson; Baker family.; Baker family.; Wilmon Brewer; Anatole France; Maurice Holleaux; Carlo Sforza, conte; Edmund Wilson
Document Type: Archival Material
All Authors / Contributors: Walton family.; George E Walton; James Loring Baker; Eleanore C Walton; Loring Baker Walton; Duke University.
OCLC Number: 25912855
Language Note: Includes a few letters in French and one in German.
Description: 1, 083 items (2.5 linear ft.)

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Journals and diaries; correspondence; writings; postcards, photographs, albums and negatives; clippings; mimeographed material; printed material; and genealogical material. While the majority of the collection pertains to Loring Baker Walton, there also is a family focus, primarily in the correspondence throughout the papers. In particular it relates to Loring Walton, his mother Eleanore C. Walton, her father James Baker, and Eleanore Walton's husband George E. Walton. The collection relates only peripherally to their careers. The lives of George and Eleanore Walton are documented in the George and Eleanore Walton Series. Early items pertain to the Baker family of Hingham, Massachusetts, and letters document the Walton's courtship and early marriage. Papers from the 1920s to 1948 relate to Eleanore Walton's work as a clubwoman and motion picture censor in Kansas City, Mo. The larger Loring B. Walton Series documents Walton's student days, his service as a U.S. Army officer in the American Expeditionary Force in France and Germany, 1918-1919, and his lengthy correspondence with A. Goderic A. Hodges, a British Army officer. In addition there are a few letters from authors such as Wilmon Brewer, Count Sforza, Maurice Holleaux, and Anatole France, and a poem by Edmund Wilson. Walton's involvement with Duke University is included.

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