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ntries include a typed letter of introduction concerning the Maine Author Collection to a New York City author and summer resident of North Brooklin, Maine, a typed letter from Wheeler on plain paper describing her Maine summer home and resident kittens as represented in her books Tory House Mystery and Jemmie, a typed letter on speckled paper stationery with a research question concerning offbeat histories, secret boasts, and unknown trophies of Maine as structure for a new mystery book, and a typed letter from the Maine State Library on referring her question to the research librarian. Date Range:1936-02/1936-03

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Entries include a typed letter of introduction concerning the Maine Author Collection to a New York City author and summer resident of North Brooklin, Maine, a typed letter from Wheeler on plain paper describing her Maine summer home and resident kittens as represented in her books Tory House Mystery and Jemmie, a typed letter on speckled paper stationery with a research question concerning offbeat histories, secret boasts, and unknown trophies of Maine as structure for a new mystery book, and a typed letter from the Maine State Library on referring her question to the research librarian.

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