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Finding Aid to the Sharlot Mabridth Hall Correspondence and Papers MS.610
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Sharlot Mabridth Hall (1870-1943) was born in Kansas, was a pioneer, rancher, poet, prose writer, state historian of Arizona, and assistant editor of Out West magazine. This collection includes correspondence to and from Hall and Charles Fletcher Lummis, manuscripts of Hall's published and unpublished poetry and prose, obituaries and tributes, a 1971 reprint of one of Hall's 1907 articles, and a letter from Hall to Lummis's secretary, and later wife, Gertrude Redit. Materials are dated from 1899-1971.
Sharlot Mabridth Hall (1870 October 27 - 1943 April 9) was an American journalist, poet and historian. She was the first woman to hold an office in the Arizona Territorial government and her personal collection of photographs and artifacts served as the starting collection for a history museum which bears her name.
0.3 linear feet (20 folders)
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