Louis Evan Shipman papers, ca. 1859-1933.

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Louis Evan Shipman papers, ca. 1859-1933.

Louis Evan Shipman papers, ca. 1859-1933.

Preliminary box list only for literary and personal papers of American playwright and author Louis Evan Shipman.

11 boxes + 3 cartons (15 linear ft.)

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