Daniel Tuma scrapbook, 1926, 1930.

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Tuma, Daniel. Daniel Tuma scrapbook, 1926, 1930.

Daniel Tuma scrapbook, 1926, 1930.

Scrapbook, 1926, 1930, and undated, with some loose and all acidic pages, and dark brown covers, all attached by brown string. "Scrap Book" is written in gold script on the front cover. The scrapbook includes acidic newspaper clippings on major writers, poets, poems, books, and related topics. There are one page essays written by Tuma, possibly when he was in high school, on major writers including Longfellow, Kipling, Ermerson, Whittier, Oliver Wendell Holmes, Lowell, Poe, Burroughs, Kilmer, and Bryant. Most of the clippings and materials are undated. It is possible the entire scrapbook was a high school project or created as a hobby.

1 Ov. vol. : ill.

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