Patricia Loomis Collection Bulk, 1939-1998 1850-2008


Patricia Loomis Collection Bulk, 1939-1998 1850-2008

Loomis's professional work as a San Jose Mercury News journalist, member of the Argonauts Historical Society, and author of several San Jose (Calif.) local history books is documented through correspondence, bylines, research notes, manuscript drafts, and a large collection of news clippings of local interest.

6.0 Linear feet, (6 boxes)

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