Papers of Lorraine Huling Maynard, (inclusive), (bulk) 1850-2006 1897-1930


Papers of Lorraine Huling Maynard, (inclusive), (bulk) 1850-2006 1897-1930

Correspondence, writings, photographs, films, etc., of author and actress Lorraine Huling Maynard, her husband, artist Richard Field Maynard, and other Maynard family members.

10.63 linear ft.; (25 + 1/2 file boxes), plus 4 folio folders, 2 folio+ folders, 47 photograph folders, 13 folio photograph folders, 1 folio+ photograph folder, 2 objects

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