Hugh Haynie Collection, ca.1950-ca.1995 (Bulk 1960-1980).


Hugh Haynie Collection, ca.1950-ca.1995 (Bulk 1960-1980).

The Hugh Haynie Collection is comprised of the personal and professional papers, research, cartoons, photos, books, and other ephemera that span the life and career of Hugh Haynie.

11 c.f. plus 2 oversized boxes.

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