A. Hyatt Mayor papers


A. Hyatt Mayor papers


Correspondence; scrapbooks and diaries; writings; photographs; medals; passport; engagement calendars; and printed material.


SNAC Resource ID: 8315070

Archives of American Art

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Bacchelli, Mario.

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Ivins, Katherine.

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Mayor, Alfred G.

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