Correspondence, 1926-1939.


Newton, A. Edward (Alfred Edward), 1864-1940. Correspondence, 1926-1939.

Correspondence, 1926-1939.

Correspondence, principally with Frederick B. Austin and Mabel Zahn, on literary matters and book-collection; comments on American political scene, 1930's; letter to Harold Rugg declining an invitation to speak.

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