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Lute Wilcox Letter to Norma Lively

Identifier: SC 00881

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Scope and Contents

April 12, 1889 letter from Lute Wilcox, City Editor of "The Daily Optic" in Las Vegas, New Mexico to Norma Lively of Williamsburg, Virginia about an article she submitted.


  • Creation: 1889 April 12

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Biographical Information:

Lute Wilcox was the City Editor for the Las Vegas, New Mexico newspaper, "The Daily Optic." Further information about this individual or organization may be available in the Special Collections Research Center Wiki: Lute Wilcox


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Acquisition Information:

Found inside front cover of the "Norfolk Landmark."

Physical Description

21 cm x 14 cm


Guide to the Lute Wilcox Letter to Norma Lively
Finding Aid Authors: Anne Johnson.
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The collection description/finding aid is written in English

Repository Details

Part of the Special Collections Research Center Repository