Julian LaRose Harris papers, 1890-1968.


Julian LaRose Harris papers, 1890-1968.

The collection consists of the papers of Julian LaRose and Julia Harris from 1890-1968. The papers include correspondence, diaries, addresses, articles, editorials and columns, stories and plays, scrapbooks, clippings, photographs, and postcards. Personal and professional correspondence (1894-1950) of Julian and Julia Harris; diaries and addresses by Julian Harris; articles, editorials and columns, stories and plays are by Harris and his wife; scrapbooks of clippings and postcards were collected by Julia C. Harris; photographs are of American authors acquainted with the Harrises. Subjects include education, politics, travel, race relations, and evolution.

18.75 linear ft. (42 boxes, 26 BV, 71 MF)

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