Edward Anthony papers 1924-1977 1864-1977

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Edward Anthony papers, 1924-1977, 1864-1977

Edward Anthony papers 1924-1977 1864-1977

Edward Anthony (1895-1971) was a writer and collaborator, directed publicity for Herbert Hoover's presidential campaign, and became an editor and publisher, most notably for . The collection contains supporting materials for thirteen books, article and short story manuscripts, personal and business correspondence, and Crowell-Collier Publishing company material consisting of inter-office memos, financial, promotional material, and the professional and personal papers of Don Marquis. Collier's

32.0 linear feet, 22 containers

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