Size: 0.25 linear feet
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Newspaper clippings from 1832 to 1915. There are three clippings on the death of Abraham Lincoln, three clippings on the shooting and death of James Garfield, two clippings from Zanesville, Ohio, one clipping from the Western Spectator of Athens, one clipping from the Navajoe Emigrant Guide, Ohio, one clipping from the Wichita Daily Beacon, and two clippings from the Wichita Eagle and Daily Eagle. This collection has been separated and filed in various categories in the Department of Special Collections' vertical file.
Acquisition: Donated by Warren Armstrong
Processed by: TGT, 10-29-1991; JEF, 4-12-1999