Papers, 1921-1978.

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Flaccus, Kimball, 1911-1972. Papers, 1921-1978.

Papers, 1921-1978.

Correspondence, poetry and prose manuscripts and printed matter relating to his career as a poet and scholar. Includes a quantity of papers relating to his service in Alaska in the Second World War and his biographical and critical studies of Edgar Lee Masters.

19 linear ft. (15 boxes).

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