Papers, 1922-1972, 1961-1973.


Marchello, Maurice R., 1902-1973. Papers, 1922-1972, 1961-1973.

Papers, 1922-1972, 1961-1973.

Papers (1922-1972) of Maurice R. Marchello (1902-1973) include biographical material, personal correspondence, materials relating to his legal and literary careers, and to his civic and political activities, as well as miscellany, photographs, newspaper clippings, ephemera, and travel momentoes. Included are manuscripts of articles written for Fra Noi, scripts of radio broadcasts, speeches, lectures, short stories, and manuscripts of his books Crossing the Tracks and Black Coal for White Bread.

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