Raymond Dexter Havens papers, 1752-1954.

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Havens, Raymond Dexter, 1880-1954. Raymond Dexter Havens papers, 1752-1954.

Raymond Dexter Havens papers, 1752-1954.

Collection (1752-1954) consists of correspondence and literary papers of author, scholar, and educator, Raymond Dexter Havens. Within the collection are holographic letters of Henry James, Robert Southey, Thomas Warton, and Joseph Warton. Newsletters, edited by Havens, give a view of the University, 1943-1944, during the period of World War II.

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