[Letter, 1923 September 6] : New Iberia, Louisiana, [to] John T. McCutcheon, Chicago, Illinois / [Edward Avery McIlhenny].

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McIlhenny, Edward Avery, 1872-1949. [Letter, 1923 September 6] : New Iberia, Louisiana, [to] John T. McCutcheon, Chicago, Illinois / [Edward Avery McIlhenny].

[Letter, 1923 September 6] : New Iberia, Louisiana, [to] John T. McCutcheon, Chicago, Illinois / [Edward Avery McIlhenny].

McIlhenny discusses the publicity to and arguments against the Louisiana Gulf Coast Club.

[2] leaves ; 28 cm.

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