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Graves, Mildred Moses 1892-1976

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Works: 2 works in 2 publications in 1 language and 2 library holdings
Genres: Diaries  History 
Most widely held works about Mildred Moses Graves
 
Most widely held works by Mildred Moses Graves
Louis and Mildred Graves papers by Louis Graves( )

in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Personal and professional papers of Louis Graves (1883-1965), writer, journalist, and founder of the "Chapel Hill (N.C.) Weekly," and of his wife, Mildred Moses Graves (1892-1976). Family correspondence includes letters to Louis Graves's mother, Julia Charlotte Hooper Graves (1856- 1944); his sister, Mary Graves Rees (1886-1953); and his brothers, Ralph Graves (1878-1939) and Ernest Graves (1880-1953); as well as letters to and from Mildred Graves's father, Edward Pearson Moses (1857-1948); her brother, Herbert Moses; her nephew, Edward Kidder Graham, Jr. (1911-1976); and her niece, Allen Claywell Irvine. Included in the professional correspondence are letters to and from writers; newspaper editors; publishers; academic figures, chiefly at the University of North Carolina in Chapel Hill; North Carolina political figures; and readers of the "Chapel Hill Weekly." Also included are manuscript writings, clippings, photographs, and a paper-cut silhouette, 1814, of University of North Carolina buildings. Volumes include memo books, account books, photograph albums, scrapbooks, engagement calendars, address books, and travel diaries
 
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