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Title
Frank Luther Mott, letter, 1926-05-08, to Hamlin Garland
Creator
Mott, Frank Luther, 1886-1964
The University of Iowa
Contributor
Garland, Hamlin, 1860-1940, recipient
Date Created and/or Issued
1926-05-08
Publication Information
University of Southern California. Libraries
Contributing Institution
University of Southern California Digital Library
Collection
Hamlin Garland Correspondence, 1864-1941
Rights Information
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Description
Frank Luther Mott (The University of Iowa), Iowa City, Iowa, USA, letter, 1926 May 8, to Hamlin Garland, New York Manhattan, New York, USA. "When you were here a few years ago we talked a little about your use of dialect in yoru stories." -- first line.
Type
text
Format
1 letter (4 p.)
application/pdf
correspondence
Identifier
gar-200-27-34-01~01...~04
http://doi.org/10.25549/gar-c81-25835
http://thumbnails.digitallibrary.usc.edu/gar-200-27-34-01~01.jpg
Language
English
Time Period
1926-05-08
Place
Iowa City
New York Manhattan
Iowa
New York
Johnson
Manhattan
USA
Source
Hamlin Garland checklist no. 2909 [Identifying number]
University of Southern California [Contributing entity]
Relation
Correspondence
Hamlin Garland Papers
Online Archive of California: http://www.oac.cdlib.org/findaid/ark:/13030/tf4r29p0q5/; Research Guide: http://libguides.usc.edu/c.php?g=235147&p=1558896; Finding Aid: http://archives.usc.edu/repositories/3/resources/198
box 27
folder 34
Provenance
Hamlin Garland bequest to the University of Southern California in 1939-1940.

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