Papers, 1889-1941.


Thorington, James, 1858-1944. Papers, 1889-1941.

Papers, 1889-1941.

Manuscript; typescript.

1 box.clippings 2 v.photographs 1 album.miscellaneous papers 4 envelopes.

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