Papers of John C. Rogers [manuscript] 1909.

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Agnew, Mary V.,. Papers of John C. Rogers [manuscript] 1909.

Papers of John C. Rogers [manuscript] 1909.

Letter, 1909 June 12, Charles Creighton Carlin to Miss Agnew thanking her for advising him of his election as Vice-president of the Audubon Association, Alexandria, Va. Letter, n.y. May 8, Robert Carlton Brown, Cagnes-sur-mer, to John C. Rogers sending his book "Gems," and refusing some entries Rogers has suggested for an anthology. He mentions Compton? Mackenzie & his magazine "Morada."

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Rogers, John Carr, d. 1979.

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American writer. From the description of Letters to John Carr Rogers, [manuscript], 1971-1972. (University of Virginia). WorldCat record id: 647809564 ...

Brown, Robert Carlton, 1885-

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Carlin, Charles Creighton, 1866-1938.

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Mackenzie, Compton, 1883-1972

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Compton Mackenzie, British novelist, playwright and biographer. From the description of The Windsor tapestry scrapbook, 1938-1975. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 82976285 From the description of The Windsor tapestry scrapbook, 1938-1975. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 702163412 Sir Compton Mackenzie was a Scottish novelist, playwright, literary and music critic, and essayist. From the description of Sir Compton Mackenzie collection of papers, 1906-1952. ...

Brown, Bob, 1886-1959

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Agnew, Mary V.,

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