2 edition of Microfilm edition of the Orestes Augustus Brownson papers. found in the catalog.
Microfilm edition of the Orestes Augustus Brownson papers.
Orestes Augustus Brownson
|Other titles||Orestes Augustus Brownson papers.|
|Statement||Thomas T. McAvoy, project director; Lawrence J. Bradley, manuscripts preparator.|
|Contributions||McAvoy, Thomas Timothy, 1903-, Bradley, Lawrence J., University of Notre Dame. Archives., United States. National Historical Publications Commission.|
|LC Classifications||Microfilm MSS 13970 B|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||19|
|LC Control Number||77218106|
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McAvoy, project director; Lawrence J. Bradley, manuscripts preparator. Notre Dame, Ind.: University of Notre Dame Archives, filed under Other Titles. Editor's Note: Among the online Civil War Photographs are 1, that were originally published as a microfilm in The microfilm and an accompanying index were the work of two Library of Congress staff members: Hirst D.
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