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Finding Aid to the James H. McClintock Collection MS.534
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This collection contains materials from 1891-1934, including two sets of transcripts from the 1930 radio program Forward Arizona written by James H. McClintock, writings by McClintock appearing in brochures, magazines, and newspapers, as well as two obituary notices for McClintock.
James Henry McClintock (1864-1934) was an American teacher, journalist, volunteer cavalry officer in Roosevelt's Rough Riders, civil servant, radio broadcaster, author and historian.
0.4 Linear feet (1 box)
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