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Jones (Richard Foster) Papers
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Collection contains manuscripts dating from his period at Stanford as well as papers from his student days at Cornell (1909-1918) and correspondence written during his service as Dean of Graduate Studies at Washington University (1943-1945). Also included are personal business papers and correspondence from 1945-1965. Accession 2021-111 consists of letters to and from Richard Foster Jones. The letters are mainly between him and his wife, Lucile Law Jones, with dates ranging from 1903-1940.
Richard Foster Jones was a Professor of English at Stanford (1945-1952) and founder of the Stanford Creative Writing Center.
7.75 Linear Feet
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This collection is open for research.