F. Marion (Francis Marion) Crawford papers, 1864-1967 (inclusive), 1883-1908 (bulk).

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F. Marion (Francis Marion) Crawford papers, 1864-1967 (inclusive), 1883-1908 (bulk).

F. Marion (Francis Marion) Crawford papers, 1864-1967 (inclusive), 1883-1908 (bulk).

Letters of the American novelist, F. Marion Crawford, to his wife, with other related correspondence and papers.

4 boxes (1.25 linear ft.)

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