Collection, 1907-1986.

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Palmer, Paul Richard, collector, 1917-. Collection, 1907-1986.

Collection, 1907-1986.

Correspondence and inscribed photographs sent to Paul Palmer.

6 linear ft. (1,478 items in 6 boxes & 6 oversize folders).

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