The Cornell widow miscellany, 1897-1954.


The Cornell widow miscellany, 1897-1954.

Letters from George Jean Nathan, November 9, 1920 and September 5, 1924; and Corey H. Ford, editor of the JESTER, Columbia University humor magazine, April 4, 1921. Also, letters from former WIDOW editors concerning the WIDOW's 60th anniversary issue, 1954: Romeyn Berry, Carl Burger, Dana Burnet, and Fritz Steffens; and photographs of WIDOW editors; and two framed mastheads. Also, copy of the Cornell Alumni Ooze (parody issue of the Cornell Alumni News), 1908.

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SNAC Resource ID: 7909842

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