Frank Harris papers, 1905-1938.

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Harris, Frank, 1855-1931. Frank Harris papers, 1905-1938.

Frank Harris papers, 1905-1938.

Collection consists of letters written by Harris, typescripts of his works, photographs, and ephemera.

.35 linear foot (1 box, 1 v.)

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