Robert Baral papers, 1876-1980.

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Baral, Robert. Robert Baral papers, 1876-1980.

Robert Baral papers, 1876-1980.

The Robert Baral papers span 1876 to 1980, and consist of correspondence, photographs, clippings, reviews, business papers, family and personal papers, artwork such as caricatures and other drawings, and manuscript drafts of Mr. Baral's books.

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