A Guide to the Letters of Louis Bromfield, 1952 and n.d. Bromfield, Louis, Letters of 7533-h

A Guide to the Letters of Louis Bromfield, 1952 and n.d.

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Accession Number 7533-h


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Accession number
Letters of Louis Bromfield, 1952 and n.d.
Physical Characteristics
This collection consists of 4 items.
Louis Bromfield

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Preferred Citation

Letters of Louis Bromfield, Accession #7533-h , Special Collections Dept., University of Virginia Library, Charlottesville, Va.

Processing Information

This collection was transfered from the Rare Books Division on June 16, 1989.

Scope and Content Information

This collection consists of four letters. In a letter, 1952 February 28, Harold H. Tittman, Lima, Peru, writes to Charles A. Blackwell, Paris, France, discussing a visit from Louis Bromfield and Bromfield's lectures and political views.

In another letter, n.d., Bromfield, Lucas, Ohio, writes to Marian Hall re his recent illness.

Contents List

Harold H. Tittmann, Ambassador, Foreign Service of the United States of America, Lima, Peru, to Charles A. Blackwell, Paris, France 1952 Feb 28
TL (carbon), 2 p. on 2 l.

Describes Louis Bromfield's visit to Lima and relays some of the "provactive thoughts" he left behind, especially from a lecture on anitbiotics.

"Blackie" [Charles A. Blackwell] to [ ] [1952]

Probably forwarding the copy of the letter from Harold H. Tittmann

Louis Bromfield, Malabar Farm, Lucas, Ohio, to Marian Hall n.d.
ALS, 2 p. on 1 l.

Concerning his recent illness, a 'blood stream infection'

"True Blue" [Louis Bromfield] to Marian Hall n.d.