Edwin Litchfield Turnbull papers 1881-1971.


Edwin Litchfield Turnbull papers 1881-1971.

The collection spans the years, 1881-1971, and includes correspondence, photographs, clippings, juvenile notebooks, and 13 scrapbooks of clippings collected by Edwin Litchfield Turnbull. Later material includes a few letters to his wife, Rebecca Trueheart Turnbull. Of particular interest are the letters and autographs of European musical celebrities.

2.1 linear ft. (5 document boxes)

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