David Low papers 1897-1985(inclusive) 1920-1963


David Low papers 1897-1985(inclusive) 1920-1963

The David Low Papers containcorrespondence, manuscripts of books and articles, illustrated lectures,letters to the editor, speeches, radio and television scripts, publisheddrawings, Christmas and menu cards, and personal papers that document aspectsof the life and career of David Low.

Total Boxes: 44; Other Storage Formats: oversize; Linear Feet: 20.0

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