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Papers, 1917-1971.

Author: Harry W Frantz
Edition/Format:   Archival material : English
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Collection consists of Frantz's reminiscences of his years as a newspaperman and correspondent for United Press International; some correspondence with friends and colleagues; and copies of articles written by his wife or himself. There is also some material chronicling experiences of the Stanford unit in the American Ambulance Corps (World War I).
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Named Person: Harry W Frantz; Frank Taylor; Payson Treat
Document Type: Archival Material
All Authors / Contributors: Harry W Frantz
OCLC Number: 122510698
Description: 2 linear ft.

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Collection consists of Frantz's reminiscences of his years as a newspaperman and correspondent for United Press International; some correspondence with friends and colleagues; and copies of articles written by his wife or himself. There is also some material chronicling experiences of the Stanford unit in the American Ambulance Corps (World War I).

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