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3. Berry mss. II, 1937-1982 3 Linear Feet (3 boxes)

Berry, Burton Yost, 1901-1985
The Berry mss. II, 1937-1982, consist of the correspondence of United States diplomat and antique collector Burton Yost Berry, 1901-1985.
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4. Bicknell mss., 1828-1881 2 Linear Feet (2 boxes)

Bicknell, George A. (George Augustus), 1815-1891
The Bicknell mss., 1828-1881, consist of the papers of George Augustus Bicknell, 1815-1891, of New Albany, Indiana, professor of law at Indiana University, 1861-1870, and a member of Congress from Indiana, 1877-1881.
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6. Boone mss., 1791-1868 1.1 Linear Feet (1 box, 1 folio)

The Boone mss., 1791-1868, consists of the letters and papers of lawyer, teacher, merchant, and politician Benjamin Pennebaker Douglass, 1820-1904, and his second wife, Queen Victoria Boone, 1837-1885.
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7. Bowers mss., 1911-1949 1 Linear Feet (1 box)

Bowers, Claude G. (Claude Gernade), 1879-1958
The Bowers mss., 1911-1949, consists of the correspondence of newspaperman and diplomat Claude Gernade Bowers, 1878-1958.
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9. Bowers mss. III, 1868-1972 6 Linear Feet (6 boxes)

Bowers, Claude G. (Claude Gernade), 1879-1958
The Bowers mss. III, 1868-1972, consist of correspondence, speeches, writings, photographs, newspaper clippings, and memorabilia relating to Claude Gernade Bowers. The correspondence, dating from 1902-1972, is chiefly between members of the Bowers family, with almost five hundred letters from Sybil (McCaslin) Bowers to Claude Bowers before their marriage. Of particular interest are the letters of the 1930's written by Bowers to his daughter Patricia, giving information about personalities and events in Spain. There are also a number of letters from Holman Hamilton to Patricia Bowers.
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10. Brown mss., 1933-1955 120 items (1 box)

The Brown mss., 1933-1955, are letters and papers of Paul Van Dyke Brown, 1899- , executive of the Indiana State Department of Conservation, the U.S. National Park Service, and the Washington State Department of Parks.