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Finding Aid to the Norman Carmichael, Arizona Correspondence MS.509
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This collection of correspondence contains a copy of a letter sent from Arizona Copper Company manager Norman Carmichael to his sister regarding an auto trip by Carmichael and Frank C. Lockwood through Arizona to raise funds for World War I. The date of the original letter is 1918 October 21. This collection also includes a 1924 letter from Lockwood to Mrs. George F. Kitt at the University of Arizona, Tucson regarding the account.
0.1 Linear feet (1 folder)
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