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Joelson, F. Stephen to Meyer, H. A., 05/20/1963-05/30/1963

 File — Box: 1, Folder: 15
Identifier: GAMMS461.1.15

Series-level Scope and Content Note

From the Series:

Consists primarily of correspondence to H.A. Meyer (also under his pseudonym, Hugh Merrick)


  • 05/20/1963-05/30/1963

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From the Collection: 0.25 Linear Feet (1 box )

Language of Materials

From the Collection: English

Shelf Location


Container Summary

1 Typed Letter Signed; 1 issue of the magazine, East Africa and Rhodesia. H. A. Meyer, about to retire from business in 1963, writes a letter to the editor of East Africa and Rhodesia expressing his appreciation for this publication during the years he was in business. Mr. F. Stephen Joelson responds with a request to reproduce the letter in a forthcoming issue, assuring Meyer that the letter would be reproduced anonymously. H. A. Meyer's letter appeared on page 833 of East Africa and Rhodesia, Volume 39, number 2016 (May 30, 1963).

Subjects and Associated Physical Materials

JOELSON, F. STEPHEN - CORRESP. TO MEYER, H. A. (1963): Typed Letter Signed

MEYER, H. A. - CORRESP. FROM JOELSON, F. STEPHEN (1963): Typed Letter Signed

EAST AFRICA AND RHODESIA (LONDON, 1936-1966) - REFERENCE (1963): Typed Letter Signed

EAST AFRICA AND RHODESIA (1936-1966) - MAY 30, 1963 ISSUE: Printed Item

Repository Details

Part of the Georgetown University Manuscripts Repository

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