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Coll. No. 7
Scope and Content Note
Contains Carl Carmer's literary manuscripts and other writings with related correspondence and research notes. This includes undated and unpublished manuscripts, school essays, speeches, early poems, CBS broadcast scripts, published articles, galleys, notebooks, publicity, reviews, and fan mail. The collection also contains financial records, newspaper clippings, writings of other authors, autobiography, pamphlets, family and other photographs, biographical data, greeting cards, songs and music, art books, sketch pads, illustrations in various stages for Carmer's manuscripts, and some family papers. Much of this collection is unprocessed.
Carl Lamson Carmer (1893-1976) was a folklorist and author.
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