Frederick Dixon Papers 1897-1923 (bulk 1914-1922)

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Frederick Dixon Papers, 1897-1923, (bulk 1914-1922)

Frederick Dixon Papers 1897-1923 (bulk 1914-1922)

Newspaper editor. Correspondence, memoranda, and printed material relating primarily to Dixon's work as editor of the . Chiefly correspondence between Dixon and Charles D. Warner, head of the Washington bureau, relating to such topics as the use of submarines and the English blockade during World War I, establishment of a home for Jews in Palestine, Mary Baker Eddy, and various controversies between Dixon and the Christian Science Church. Christian Science Monitor Monitor's

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