Sullivan (Noël) Papers
About this CollectionCorrespondence; manuscripts; diaries; clippings; some legal and financial papers; cards, announcements and invitations; concert and theatre programs; address books; snapshots and photographs. Mainly concerning cultural and social life in San Francisco and Carmel: his role as patron of the arts, particularly music; his interest in abolition of the death penalty; his support of Carmelite monasteries in California; his close relationships with his family and with his friends, many of whom were prominent Negroes. View collection guide.
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