William T. Evans letters, 1842-1969.

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Evans, William T., 1843-1918. William T. Evans letters, 1842-1969.

William T. Evans letters, 1842-1969.

Printed material and letters to Evans from collectors, dealers, and artists.

ca. 900 items (on 3 micofilm reels)

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