Ollie Murray James papers, 1912-1916.


Ollie Murray James papers, 1912-1916.

The papers are a microfilm copy of correspondence, memos, speeches, programs and notebooks with quotes, clippings, and facts to remember.

1 reel of microfilm (60 ft.)


SNAC Resource ID: 6820892

University of Kentucky Libraries

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