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Ray W. Thompson letter to his father, 2 July 1898
- Thompson, Lillian
- Ray W. Thompson letter to his father
- 2 July 18981898-07-021898-07-02
- 0.04 linear feet, (1 folder)
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- A letter from Tacoma resident, Ray Thompson, to his father. Thompson writes to tell his father that he is now a reporter for the Tacoma Ledger and an employee of the Tacoma Mill. Included with the letter is a clipping of Thompson's first article
University of Puget Sound, Archives & Special Collections
Collins Memorial Library
1500 N. Warner St.
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A letter from Tacoma resident, Ray Thompson, to his father. Thompson informs his father that he recently received five job offers and that he is now a reporter for the Tacoma Ledger and an employee of the Tacoma Mill. Included with the letter is a clipping of Thompson's first article for the Tacoma Ledger, "Tacoma May be Selected: Three Big Methodist Education Enterprises To Be Consolidated in Near Future." The article discusses the possible consolidation of Puget Sound University and Portland University.
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Ray W. Thompson letter to his father, 1889. Mss.052. University of Puget Sound Archives & Special Collections. Tacoma, Washington.
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- Tacoma (Wash.)--History
- Thompson, Lillian (dnr)