Robert Lathan letters
The collection consists of three letters written to Robert Lathan during his tenure as the editor in chief of the News and Courier (Charleston, S.C.). The letters include correspondence from Rev. I.E. Lowery concerning a book that Lowery wrote. The 1913 letter was written by D.R. Williams from Flat Rock, N.C. The letter was in reference to a News and Courier article about the oldest cotton mill in the United States. The final letter, written by Robert Wilson complimented the News and Courier coverage of the "Russell-Grace-Valera fiasco" over that of the Charleston Evening Post.
- 1911, 1913, 1920
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Materials in English.
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- Inventory of the Robert Lathan Letters, 1911, 1913, 1920
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