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Lee McCardell papers, 1867-2009

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Personal Writings, 1867-1970 (continued)
"Trilogy"
Poems
Short stories
"The Age of Discovery"
"Ah, Paris!"
"Apprenticeship"
"Betwix and Between"
"The Big Push-Over"
"Bigger Game"
"A Bill of Divorcement, Part II"
"Bread for General Longstreet"
"Brief December Days"
"Burlesk"
BOX 24 "Button . . . Button . . ." or "M'sieur Bertini"
"Call for a Clown"
"Dark Meat Is the Sweetest"
"David Belasco: Business Artist"
"Dear Old Oppleman"
"Dear Suzanne"
"Fiddlers Six"
Fragments
"Gentlemen Only"
"Ghostly Echo"
"Happy New Year"
"How Newspaper Is Developed"
"How to Be a War Correspondent"
"In a Corner Room"
"The Kiss"
"Lower than the Angels"
"McLane Place"
"The Mouse in It"
"The Music Master"
"Mutabor"
"News from Frederick"
"Office of the Dean"
"Old Mike"
"Passion and Triumph"
"The Pendulum"
"The Rag Doll"
"Ravelings"
"She Who Gets Left"
"Thomas Waters Griffith"
"Triple Hanging"
"Twenty Years"
"A Vanishing American"
"The Vanishing Rod"
"A Voyage to Bohemia"
"The Whore"
Untitled
Christmas fruit cake
Francisco "Pancho" Villa
Gapland
Moving day
New York World's Fair
Old house
Penitentiary
Presidential inaugurations
Sunday morning
William Edward Ensor, postman
BOX 25 Artifacts, circa 1938-1939 and undated
Press materials and a hat and goggles likely from World War II
BOX 25 Button, "Czechoslovakia Shall Be Free Again," circa 1939
Goggles, undated
Military uniform hat, worn by McCardell in photographs, undated
Press armband, British Royal visit, 22, circa 1939
Press button, Battle of Gettysburg seventy-fifth anniversary, 1938
Press ribbon, First Army maneuvers, 1939

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