Doug MacGregor Papers 1952-2005 1976-2004

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Doug MacGregor Papers 1952-2005 1976-2004

Original editorial cartoons and sports cartoons including MacGregor's student work at Syracuse University as well as publications and clippings.

4.25 linear ft.

eng,

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SNAC Resource ID: 6362164

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