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MSS 00019 Guide to the Fred Wilhelm Bonitz Papers, 1949 - 1966
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Bonitz, Fred Wilhelm
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0.1 archival storage box
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Gift of Professor Richard G. Walser of the English Department, North Carolina State University, May 1967
Processed by: Special Collections Staff; machine-readable finding aid created by: Valerie Gillispie
The Fred Wilhelm Bonitz Papers contains a letter to Mr. Webber of The University of North Carolina Press from Bonitz concerning his booklet entitled "How's Your Navel?"; correspondence with Richard Walser from Bonitz regarding Bonitz's writing; and copies of Bonitz's booklets titled "How's Your Navel?" and "The Vagaries of an Idiosyncratic Mind." The collection also includes poems and writings, some of which pertain to the Civil War.
Fred Wilhelm Bonitz was a 1901 graduate of the North Carolina College of Agriculture and Mechanic Arts.
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[Identification of Item], Fred Wilhelm Bonitz Papers, Special Collections Research Center, North Carolina State University Libraries, Raleigh, North Carolina.
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