G. B. Harrison Papers 1910-1981

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G. B. Harrison Papers, 1910-1981

G. B. Harrison Papers 1910-1981

Scholar and professor of English at University of Michigan. Diaries, manuscripts of dramas and other writings, Shakespearean notes and lecture materials and personal and professional correspondence, including correspondnce and other material relating to his service with the British Infantry during World War I.

7 linear ft. and 18 microfilm rolls

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