Charles C. Nickerson collection of W. H. (William Hurrell) Mallock and otherpapers, ca. 1863-1971 (inclusive), ca. 1863-1908 and 1962-1971(bulk).

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Charles C. Nickerson collection of W. H. (William Hurrell) Mallock and other papers, ca. 1863-1971 (inclusive), ca. 1863-1908 and 1962-1971 (bulk).

Charles C. Nickerson collection of W. H. (William Hurrell) Mallock and otherpapers, ca. 1863-1971 (inclusive), ca. 1863-1908 and 1962-1971(bulk).

Letters from and about English author W. H. Mallock, writer of novels, poems, and prose on economics, philosophy, politics, religion, and socialwelfare, with a Mallock genealogy and a few letters of othernotables.

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