Papers (1930-1936) including correspondence, letters, information concerning personal matters, reference to experiments in a new treatment for cancer, hardship of great depression.
The collection consists of personal correspondence written by Harry Seymour Logan (1883-1957) to his half-sister, Mrs. H. C. (Murdena Susan Logan) Kennerly of Pinehurst, N.C.
The letters are written from San Francisco and Sacramento, California, and most of the information concerns personal matters. Also included are references to experiments in a new treatment for cancer, the hardships of the Great Depression (1930-1931), and Depression-related actions of President Herbert C. Hoover (1931).
Gift of Dr. Ralph Hardee Rives
Processed by A. Sabrosky, February 1970
Encoded by Apex Data Services
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