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The effects of four variables upon the lithographic printing process in the Los Angeles area.

David John Schnabel

Daily Trojan, Vol. 40, No. 21, October 11, 1948

Daily Trojan, Vol. 40, No. 21, October 11, 1948.

John Hodgdon Bradley, letter, 1938-12-22, to Hamlin Garland

John Hodgdon Bradley, letter, 1938 December 22, to Hamlin Garland. "Thank you for whatever you may write to help." -- first line.

Irving Bacheller, letter, 1923-09-20, to Hamlin Garland

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Irving Bacheller (Hotel Seymour), 50 West 45th Street, New York, New York, USA, letter, 1923 September 20, to Hamlin Garland. "I want you…" -- first line.

Clyde Fisher, letter, 1931-07-01, to Hamlin Garland

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Clyde Fisher (The American Museum of Natural History), 77th Street and Central Park West, New York, New York, USA, letter, 1931 July 1, to Hamlin Garland (Onteora Park), Tannersville, New York, USA. "Please accept my belated congratulations upon the award of one of the Roosevelt medals to you." -- first line.

Irving Bacheller, letter, 1922-01-07, to Hamlin Garland

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Irving Bacheller (Rollins College Chapel Association), Winter Park, Florida, USA, letter, 1922 January 7, to Hamlin Garland. "Mr. Hanna of the college faculty asks me…" -- first line.

John Hodgdon Bradley, letter, 1938-04-28, to Hamlin Garland

John Hodgdon Bradley, letter, 1938 April 28, to Hamlin Garland. "I work hard for these years on a book and find that I have written only a preface!" -- first line.

John D. Cooke, letter, 1939-07-29, to Hamlin Garland

John D. Cooke, letter, 1939 July 29, to Hamlin Garland. "I think you will approve of the inclosed review written by Professor Wagenknecht." -- first line.

Irving Bacheller, letter, 1925-01-22, to Hamlin Garland

Irving Bacheller, Winter Park, Florida, USA, letter, 1925 January 22, to Hamlin Garland. "It has grieved me to learn of your…" -- first line.

Hamlin Garland, letter, to Apsley Cherry-Garrard

Hamlin Garland, 71 East 92nd Street, New York Manhattan, New York, USA, letter, [no year] October 16, to Apsley Cherry-Garrard. "The more I think about it, the more firmly I am concerned …" -- first line.

Irving Bacheller, letter, 1929-01-27, to Hamlin Garland

& The Flamingo
Irving Bacheller (The Flamingo ), 1508 Bay Road, Miami Beach, Florida, USA, letter, 1929 January 27, to Hamlin Garland. "We are here for a little time to give…" -- first line.

Harry H. Lichtig, letter, 1935-10-23, to Hamlin Garland

Harry H. Lichtig &
Harry H. Lichtig (Lichtig and Englander Agency), 6425 HollyWoodd Boulevard, HollyWoodd, California, USA, letter, 1935 October 23, to Hamlin Garland, 2045 De Mille Drive, HollyWoodd, California, USA. "Thank you very much for your invitation to drop over again and also your willingness to lend us some of your books." -- first line.

Joseph Edgar Chamberlin, letter, 1917-10-23, to Hamlin Garland

Joseph Edgar Chamberlin &
Joseph Edgar Chamberlin (Boston Evening Transcript), 324 Washington Street , Boston, Massachusetts, USA, letter, 1917 October 23, to Hamlin Garland. "Your book proves its importance by the size of the ideas…" -- first line.

Elenor Conway, letter, 1931-07-31, to Hamlin Garland

Elenor Conway &
Elenor Conway (Chicago Historical Society), Chicago, Illinois, USA, letter, 1931 July 31, to Hamlin Garland (The Century Club), 7 West 43rd Street, New York, New York, USA. "If agreeable to you, the Chicago Historical Society would greatly appreciate…" -- first line.

Harold H.U. Cross, letter, 1939-12-17, to Hamlin Garland

Harold H.U. Cross
Harold H.U. Cross, letter, 1939 December 17, to Hamlin Garland. "Last Saturday I ran into Dr. Wheeler, after numerous failures to establish telephone contact." -- first line.

Gardner Cowles, letter, 1914-10-12, to Hamlin Garland

Gardner Cowles & The Register
Gardner Cowles (The Register and Leader The Evening Tribune), Des Moines, Iowa, USA, letter, 1914 October 12, to Hamlin Garland, West Salem, Wisconsin, USA. "Three or four days ago I sent copies of the Register…" -- first line.

Nellie A. Courtright, letter, 1935-09-23, to Hamlin Garland

Nellie A. Courtright
Nellie A. Courtright, 2500 Elm Street, Cairo, Illinois, USA, letter, 1935 September 23, to Hamlin Garland. "I am not sure whether this letter will reach you." -- first line.

Curtis Brown, letter, 1911-07-22, to Harriet Monroe

Curtis Brown & Curtis Brown
Curtis Brown (Curtis Brown & Massie), 5 Henrietta Street, Westminster, London, England; United Kingdom, letter, 1911 July 22, to Harriet Monroe, 1720 Railway Exchange, Chicago, Illinois, USA. "I see that a theatre society has been organised in Chicago…" -- first line.

Lena Hubbell Chamberlain, letter, 1922-01-09, to Hamlin Garland

Lena Hubbell Chamberlain
Lena Hubbell Chamberlain, 204 East Pine Street, letter, 1922 January 9, to Hamlin Garland. "Pardon this reminicense." -- first line.

Frances B. Chase, letter, 1914-03-31, to Hamlin Garland

Frances B. Chase
Frances B. Chase, Des Moines, Iowa, USA, letter, 1914 March 31, to Hamlin Garland. "I receieved a few days ago Collier's Mcekly…" -- first line.

Wallace Heckman, letter, 1921-03-25, to Hamlin Garland

Wallace Heckman, 134 South La Salle Street, Chicago, Illinois, USA, letter, 1921 March 25, to Hamlin Garland, 71 East 92nd Street, New York Manhattan, New York, USA. "What you say about Tillie is very much appreciated." -- first line.

August W. Derleth, letter, to Hamlin Garland

August W. Derleth, Sauk, Wisconsin, USA, letter, [no year] December 20, to Hamlin Garland. "I was made very happy by your good letter of the 13th…" -- first line.

John Huston Finley, letter, 1921-08-02, to Hamlin Garland

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John Huston Finley (The New York Times), 620 8th Avenue, New York, New York, USA, letter, 1921 August 2, to Hamlin Garland (Onteora Park), Tannersville, New York, USA. "I have your note of the 30th, and am glad that your mind is favorably disposed…" -- first line.

Grace Robie Cochanthaler, letter, 1924-03-19, to Hamlin Garland

Grace Robie Cochanthaler &
Grace Robie Cochanthaler (Wisconsin Women's Society in New York), 255 West 90th Street, New York, New York, USA, letter, 1924 March 19, to Hamlin Garland, 71 East 92nd Street, New York Manhattan, New York, USA. "The Federation of Women's Clubs in NYC are to give a Bazaar for the building of a hotel…" -- first line.

Frank Michler Chapman, letter, 1932-03-14, to Hamlin Garland

Frank Michler Chapman &
Frank Michler Chapman (Institute for Research in Tropical America), letter, 1932 March 14, to Hamlin Garland. "Every letter - nearly every letter." -- first line.

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