Letters of Frances Newman, Atlanta, Ga., & Richmond, Va. to Scott Cunningham [manuscript] 1926-27.

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Newman, Frances, d. 1928. Letters of Frances Newman, Atlanta, Ga., & Richmond, Va. to Scott Cunningham [manuscript] 1926-27.

Letters of Frances Newman, Atlanta, Ga., & Richmond, Va. to Scott Cunningham [manuscript] 1926-27.

Miss Newman agrees to autograph a book for Cunningham, mentions a trip to France, comments on her feelings about Carl Van Vechten's [racially] mixed parties, and writes about her work including a piece on James Branch Cabell.

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