Eric P. Newman Correspondence ("H" Assorted Files)
The Eric P. Newman correspondence files begin in the 1930s and extend into the 2010s. Newman generally saved incoming correspondence in addition to copies of outgoing correspondence, and the size of the entire archive is on the order of 50,000 pages. Newman's original classification is retained, including subject files, correspondent files, and assorted files (A-Z). Generally, entries in the assorted files are several pages or less, with larger items transferred to subject or correspondent files as size warranted.
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1 entries found for [year:1960]
Over three decades worth of correspondence filed under "assorted H". Correspondents include: R.J. Hubartt, Earl Hughes, Robert L. Hughes, Timothy Hughes, John W. Hull, Maxwell Hunley, Ray Hunt, Douglas D. Hunter, E.R. Hunter, William E. Metcalf, Merl M. Huntsinger, William P. Hurt, Keith A. Hydak, Barbara Hyde, James Hyde. The following materials are loose items found in the correspondence which may or may not have been scanned depending on date published: 1) Photocopy of obsolete Kentucky bank notes attached to a 1976 letter from Earl Hughes. 2) Photocopy of a Miners Bank of Savings bank note attached to a April 9, 1975 letter from John Hull. 3) Pamphlet titled Charles Huntley Autographs. 4) Clipping from an unknown newspaper with a blurb titled "Gets 3 Years' Probation For Coin, Stamp Theft".