Papers, ca.1905-1989


Papers, ca.1905-1989

Correspondence, writings, speeches, etc., of Ruth Cowan Nash, war correspondent and writer.

3 cartons, 13 file boxes, 1/2 file box of memorabilia, 8 folio folders, 11 folio+ folders, 5 oversize folders, 1 supersize folder, 2 audiocassettes (T-203), 1 motion picture (MP-32), 1 videocassette (Vt-65) Photographs: 34 folders, 1 folio folder, 1 folio+ folder


SNAC Resource ID: 6386319

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