Pauline Henson collection, 1962, 1969.


Pauline Henson collection, 1962, 1969.

Pauline Henson collection, 1962, 1969.

The correspondence documents Pauline Henson's efforts to prevent the Kolb Studio from being razed by the National Park Service. Three of the letters are from Emery Kolb detailing his struggle with the National Park Service and thanking Henson for her assistance. Correspondence from United States government officials includes letters from Senator Carl Hayden, Secretary of the Interior Stewart Udall, and Thomas J. Allen, Regional Director of the Department of the Interior. The collection is arranged into two folders of correspondence: Emery Kolb Correspondence and US Government Officials Correspondence. The inclusive dates of the correspondence are 1962-1969; however the bulk of the material dates 1962.

2 folders.

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