J.M. Lalley papers 1895-1981.

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Lalley, J. M. (Joseph Michael), 1896-1980. J.M. Lalley papers 1895-1981.

J.M. Lalley papers 1895-1981.

Correspondence and writings (1916-80) of newspaperman, literary critic and author Joseph Michael Lalley.

14.7 linear ft. (28 document boxes, 6 flat boxes)

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