Eugene Manlove Rhodes Papers,
Identifier: AC 343-p
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This collection consists of miscellaneous papers: typed and handwritten letters, one typed poem, and two articles about Rhodes.
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Eugene Mangrove Rhodes was a writer of the old west. He was nationally known for his poetry, novels and, stories. Eleven of his books appeared serially in The Saturday Evening Post. He lived and wrote in Otero county, New Mexico.
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- Guide to the Eugene Manlove Rhodes Papers, 1930-1938
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