Frank Farrell Papers 1897-1988 (bulk 1945-1975)


Frank Farrell Papers 1897-1988 (bulk 1945-1975)

United States Marine Corps officer, journalist, radio commentator, public relations consultant, and advertising executive. Correspondence, memoranda, speeches, magazine articles, poetry, reports, radio broadcast transcripts, trial transcripts, research notes, biographical notes, financial records, personnel records, travel records, press releases, address lists, awards, newspaper clippings, obituaries, printed matter, drawings, floor plans, photographs, posters, maps, and other papers chiefly documenting Farrell's career from 1945 to 1975.

28,000 items; 78 containers plus 2 oversize and 1 classified; 34.2 linear feet


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