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George E. Franklin Sr. Papers (MS-00129)

Abstract

The George E. Franklin Sr. Papers consist primarily of two original manuscripts by George E. Franklin (1890-1971), an English-born writer and former Las Vegas resident. Franklin published From Cotswolds to High Sierras (Caldwell, Idaho: Caxton Printers, 1966) and The Fallacy of Appeasment (New York: Carlton Press, 1968). The collection also includes an undated newspaper article announcing Franklin's donation of the manuscripts to Nevada Southern University (now the University of Nevada, Las Vegas.)

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Date
1966-1968
Extent
0.23 Cubic Feet (1 box)
0.21 Linear Feet
Resource Type
Papers
Related People/Corporations
Access Note

Collection is open for research.

Publication Rights

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Scope and Contents Note

The George E. Franklin Sr. Papers consist primarily of two original manuscripts by George E. Franklin (1890-1971), an English-born writer and former Las Vegas resident. Franklin published From Cotswolds to High Sierras (Caldwell, Idaho: Caxton Printers, 1966) and The Fallacy of Appeasment (New York: Carlton Press, 1968). The collection also includes an undated newspaper article announcing Franklin's donation of the manuscripts to Nevada Southern University (now the University of Nevada, Las Vegas.)

Arrangement

Materials remain as they were received.

Preferred Citation

George E. Franklin Sr. Papers, 1966-1968. MS-00129. Special Collections and Archives, University Libraries, University of Nevada, Las Vegas. Las Vegas, Nevada.

EAD ID
US::NVLN::MS00129
Acquisition Note

Materials were donated in 1968 by George E. Franklin; accession numbers T12 and 1969-003.

Processing Note

In 2017, as part of an archival backlog elimination project, John A. Heldt revised the collection description to bring it into compliance with current professional standards.

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