Selected O. E. Rolvaag papers, Undated and 1896-1934.


Rolvaag, O. E. (Ole Edvart), 1876-1931. Selected O. E. Rolvaag papers, Undated and 1896-1934.

Selected O. E. Rolvaag papers, Undated and 1896-1934.

Microfilmed correspondence (undated and 1903-1934), diary (1896-ca. 1899), and beginnings of an autobiography (undated), as well as six original letters of the acclaimed Norwegian American author and educator.

13 microfilm reels; and 1 folder, containing 6 items, in partial box.



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