Charles E. Campbell photograph collection, 1935-1967.

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Campbell, Charles E., 1888-1985,. Charles E. Campbell photograph collection, 1935-1967.

Charles E. Campbell photograph collection, 1935-1967.

Collection of black and white photographs of Maine authors, many of them autographed, collected by Charles Campbell. The majority of the photographs seem to be from the 1940's and 1950's and they reflect Mr. Campbell's close connection to the writing community.

.25 linear ft.

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