George Lyttleton Upshur papers, 1932-1933 [manuscript].


Upshur, George Lyttleton, b. 1856. George Lyttleton Upshur papers, 1932-1933 [manuscript].

George Lyttleton Upshur papers, 1932-1933 [manuscript].

"General Robert E. Lee and Arlington," remarks delivered by Upshur on CBS radio, 1932, about his memories of Gen. Robert E. Lee at Arlington in 1861; and a poem Upshur wrote supporting the National Recovery Administration.

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