Harry Elkins Widener manuscript file, 1861-1908.

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Harry Elkins Widener manuscript file, 1861-1908.

Harry Elkins Widener manuscript file, 1861-1908.

Miscellaneous letters and other manuscripts removed from volumes in theHarry Elkins Widener Collection, with items added from other sources.

2 boxes (1 linear ft.)

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