Papers, 1887-1936.


Papers, 1887-1936.

These consist of correspondence and other papers of Allison, a writer, poet, and newspaper editor. Topics include newspapers, his poetry, and songwriter Stephen Foster. Also included are newsclippings from the KANSAS CITY TIMES and the CHICAGO DAILY TRIBUNE and letters (1887-1920) from Henry Watterson of the LOUISVILLE COURIER-JOURNAL.

2 cubic ft.


SNAC Resource ID: 6959827

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