Jack Chord essay on certain dedications, inscriptions, and letters of Ernest James Haycox
Scope and Contents
Manuscript entitled Certain Dedications, Inscriptions and Letters of Ernest James Haycox, compiled by his brother-in-law, John Timothy Chord.
- Chord, Jack (Person)
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Brother-in-law of Ernest Haycox.
0.05 linear feet
Language of Materials
Typescript essay, written by Jack Chord, discussing the dedications and inscriptions in Haycox's works. Also includes quotations from some of his letters.
General Physical Description note
1 item (12 leaves) ; 28 cm.
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- Finding aid written in English.
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