Research Guide to Unique William Allen White Resources in the United States
Columbia University Libraries, Butler Library
Title:[William Allen White] Letters, 1909-1939.
Extent:73 items in one box.
Scope and Content: This collection contains letters of White to his friend D.A. "Gus" Ellsworth. The letters are chiefly personal in tone although there are scattered references to White's books and articles.
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