Papers, 1912-1920 (bulk 1912).


Owen, Thomas McAdory, 1866-1920. Papers, 1912-1920 (bulk 1912).

Papers, 1912-1920 (bulk 1912).

Includes letters to and from Owen in connection with his efforts to compile a Robert E. Lee bibliography; several Lee family letters; pictorial representations of the Lee's; speeches; clippings.

.8 linear ft.

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