Thomas Marshall Spaulding papers, 1901-1959.

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Spaulding, Thomas Marshall, 1882-1973. Thomas Marshall Spaulding papers, 1901-1959.

Thomas Marshall Spaulding papers, 1901-1959.

Correspondence, manuscript articles, notes, and miscellaneous papers relating to his scholarly interest in rare books and particularly to gifts presented to University of Michigan Library; also mention of current affairs, national politics, and the Cosmos Club of Washington, D.C.; two volumes of diaries, 1941-1944, commenting on the conduct of World War II, emphasizing United States participation as viewed from Washington, D.C.; and photographs.

2 linear ft. and 20 items [outsize].

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