John T. McCutcheon papers 1834-1996, bulk 1889-1950.

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John T. McCutcheon papers 1834-1996, bulk 1889-1950.

Editorial cartoons and drawings, literary works, correspondence, scrapbooks, clippings, photographs, personal records, and family records documenting the life of John Tinney McCutcheon, primarily from his college days at Purdue University through the time of his death in 1949.

87 cubic ft. (114 boxes, 1 oversize folder, and 47 volumes)

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