Leonard Leopold Mackall papers, 1900-1937.


Mackall, Leonard L. (Leonard Leopold), 1879-1937. Leonard Leopold Mackall papers, 1900-1937.

Leonard Leopold Mackall papers, 1900-1937.

The collection consists largely of correspondence, 1900-1937, and is arranged alphabetically by author of letter. Correspondents include authors, professors, collectors, and other notable persons of the period. Unprocessed portions of the collection contain correspondence, miscellaneous notes, newspaper articles, scrapbooks, pamphlets, and index cards.

14.6 linear ft. (35 document boxes)

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