R. A. Dague Letter to E. N. Lewis, June 21, 1917
Scope and Contents
Collection contains a letter by Robert Addison Dague, Denver, Colo.; he writes about life work, among other things "author of several books, edited and published newspapers 35 years in Iowa, Kansas and California." Also about his interest in socialism, spiritualism and pacifism.
- June 21, 1917
Language of Materials
Material is in English unless otherwise noted.
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The collection is open for research.
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Biographical / Historical
R.A. Dague, born in Ohio in 1941; moved to Osceola, Iowa, as a lawyer in 1864; moved to Nebraska, where he published the Hastings Journal and practiced law; returned to Osceola and co-published the Sentinel from 1881 to 1884; later moved to California; returned to Creston, where he died on 16 February 1918.
1 envelope(s) (1 letter : 4 pages)
Immediate Source of Acquisition
Gift; Virginia McDonald, Bernardston, Mass.; 1979.
- Finding Aid for the R. A. Dague Letter to E. N. Lewis, June 21, 1917.
- Finding Aid prepared from MARC data.
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