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Malcom W. Bingay letter

Identifier: SC 01815

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Content Description

A 24 page letter written by Malcom W. Bingay to Mr. Gipp, managing editor of the Detroit News. The letter is expressing appreciation to Mr. Gipp.


  • Creation: Circa 1880s

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Biographical / Historical

Malcom W. Bingay was born in 1884 and died in Detroit, Michigan in August 1953. Bingay was a Detriot News columnist and sports editor from 1906 to 1910, city editor from 1910-1914, and served as managing editor in 1914.


.1 Linear Feet (I legal size folder)




The Malcom W. Bingay Letter is arranged into one series: Series I. Letter.

Immediate Source of Acquisition

The Malcom W. Bingay letter was donated by Barranger & Company Inc.

Guide to the Malcom W. Bingay letter
William & Mary Special Collections Research Center Staff
2023 January
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