James A. Hartness Papers, 1932-1933

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James A. Hartness Papers, 1932-1933

James A. Hartness Papers, 1932-1933

1932-1933

Papers (1932-1933, undated) including speeches, articles, letter, drafts of articles, commentary on General "Stonewall" Jackson, Battle of Alamance, typescripts, pamphlets.

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