William Harris papers
The papers of William Wesley Harris contain his early radio correspondence; a text from an exhibit in Moscow; a booklet “Mural Art in Mexico"; certificates; black and white photographs, many from Guatemala and Paraguay; personal correspondence,letters and postcard; professional correspondence, including the State Department; thirteen medium format transparencies (international travels); thirty-eight medium format transparencies and a daily diary (1932). The papers document periods of his life as a travel lecturer. Of note are the correspondence and notes regarding his time working in radio.
- 1906 - 1980
- Harris, William Wesley, 1906-1980 (Person)
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1.75 linear ft. (1 box)
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William Wesley Harris (1906-1980) Dartmouth College class of 1928, Professional travel lecturer. Contains personal and professional correspondence, booklets, texts, photographs, slides, transparencies and a diary from 1932.
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