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|Size||1.0 feet of linear shelf space (approximately 400 items)|
|Abstract||Journalist in Charlotte, N.C., Missoula, Mont., and Washington, D.C. Correspondence with prominent persons and scrapbook of Henry Edward Cowan ("Red Buck") Bryant, correspondent of the New York "World" and other newspapers, resident of Washington, D.C., 1908-1944. Topics represented include national politics, family matters, and the Craighead family history in Pennsylvania and North Carolina in the 18th century.|
|Creator||Bryant, H. E. C. (Henry Edward Cowan), b. 1873.|
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Journalist in Charlotte, N.C., Missoula, Mont., and Washington, D.C.Back to Top
Correspondence with prominent persons and scrapbook of Henry Edward Cowan (Red Buck) Bryant, correspondent of the New York World and other newspapers, who lived in Washington, D.C., 1908-1944. Topics include national politics, family matters, and Craighead family history in Pennsylvania and North Carolina in the 18th century.Back to Top
Letters of Henry Edward Cowan Bryant and his wife, Eva Sumner Bryant.
Letters mainly pertaining to the newspaper business, politics, and genealogy. Also included is one folder of letters pasted into a scrapbook by Bryant.
Correspondence about family matters from her husband and relatives and personal letters of Eva Bryant.
Processed by: Suzanne Ruffing, March 1996
Encoded by: ByteManagers Inc., 2008
This collection was processed with support from Randleigh Foundation Trust.Back to Top