Robert Olney Easton papers circa 1861-1999


Robert Olney Easton papers circa 1861-1999

Papers of this prominent author and environmentalist, including manuscripts, correspondence, photographs, notes, notebooks, clippings, and other miscellaneous memorabilia.

14.0 cubic ft. (31 Boxes: 28 DOC Boxes, 1 SLD Box, 1 CAR Box, 1 F24 Box and 1 Expandable Envelope)


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