Papers and photographs of Jackson Davis, 1906-1947 and n.d.

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Davis, Jackson, 1882-1947. Papers and photographs of Jackson Davis, 1906-1947 and n.d.

Papers and photographs of Jackson Davis, 1906-1947 and n.d.

The papers consist of topical files, personal, professional, and financial files, photographs, glass lantern slides, photographic slides, negatives, card indexes and printed materials.

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