R. R. Bowker Papers 1831-1931

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R. R. Bowker Papers, 1831-1931

R. R. Bowker Papers 1831-1931

Editor, publisher, bibliographer, author, literary promoter, and industrial director. Correspondence, certificates, clippings, international copyright law material, literary manuscripts, and miscellaneous items relating chiefly to Bowker's activity as an organizer of the Independent Republican movement. Included are literary manuscripts by European and American authors and correspondence with writers, politicians, and inventors.

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