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George Palmer Putnam papers
George Palmer Putnam
Written in English
Published proceedings (1868) of a meeting chaired by Putnam that resulted in the establishment of the International Copyright Association. Contains 24 handwritten letters (tipped in) addressed to Putnam and relating to copyright matters; pamphlet (87 pages) on international copyright by Henry Charles Carey; and an annotated printed catalog of autograph letters for sale by G. P. Putnam & Co., in 1858.
|Contributions||Carey, Henry Charles, 1793-1879|
|The Physical Object|
|LC Control Number||94084046|
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Scope and Contents The George Palmer Putnam papers (; cubic feet) are comprised of material from the original files provided by Sally Putnam Chapman, Putnam’s granddaughter. Much of the material is correspondence, news clippings, and articles related to the life of Putnam, and various publishing projects.
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Putnam, George Haven, Call number MssCol Physical description 6 linear feet (18 boxes and 5 v.) Language Materials in English Preferred Citation. George Haven Putnam papers, Manuscripts and Archives Division, The New York Public Library. Repository Manuscripts and Archives Division Location MssCol Access to materials Advance.What are you looking for Book "George Palmer Putnam"?
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Vol. 24, no. 2 () Equal rights. Vol. 24, no. 2 () "Amelia Earhart Fund for Equal Rights," pp.; Book Review, â€œLast Flight â€“ Amelia Earhartâ€ by Helen Hunt West, pp.Creators: National Woman's Party George Palmer Putnam.