Flora Virginia Milner correspondence concerning the catalog of the Harcourt Amory Lewis Carroll collection
Correspondence with Livingston (mostly letters to) concerning her catalog of the Harcourt Amory Lewis Carroll collection.
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Includes correspondence with Harvard University librarian Flora Virginia Milner Livingston (mostly letters to) concerning her work on the catalog of the Harcourt Amory Lewis Carroll collection and her publication of: Harvard University Library. The Harcourt Amory collection of Lewis Carroll in the Harvard College Library compiled by Flora V. Livingston. Cambridge, Mass: priv. print, 1932. Also includes some clippings and Carroll miscellany.
Arranged alphabetically by correspondent.
Immediate Source of Acquisition
*46M-8, *46M-9. Gift of Flora Virginia Milner Livingston, Widener Library, Harvard University, Cambridge, Mass.; received: 1946 July 26.
Processed by: Bonnie B. Salt
- Livingston, Flora Virginia Milner, 1862-. Flora Virginia Milner correspondence concerning the catalog of the Harcourt Amory Lewis Carroll collection: Guide.
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