Federal Writer's Project Pensacola Newspaper Research Collection
Scope and Contents
Photocopy typescript of "Pensacola Newspaper Research" abstracted and prepared by Pensacolian, Modeste Hargis for the Federal Writer's Project in Florida in 1934. This 320-page document is a compilation of items from Pensacola newspapers, 1838-1934, which the compiler felt of historic or intrinsic interest. A name and subject index is available.
- created: 1838-1934
- Other: Date acquired: 10/00/1987
- Federal Writer's Project (Organization)
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Source of Acquisition
photocopied from carbon copy loaned by Dr. Gary Mormino from the collections of the Florida Historical Society at the University of South Florida, Tampa, October 1987
- Federal Writer's Project Pensacola Newspaper Research Collection
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