William Washington Williams papers
This collection consists of an original handwritten manuscript, a typed manuscript, photographs of Irving Place and of the Grave of O' Henry, a speech, articles, and a registration badge at DePauw Centennial in 1937.
- 1878 - 1941
Collection is open for research.
Copyright interests for this collection are held by DePauw University.
William was the oldest son of the late Judge Elmer F. Williams. He was educated in the Terre Haute schools, graduating from Wiley High School, and then from DePauw in 1900. He went to New York and engaged in the newspaper business and remained there for 28 years. During that time he was connected with the New York World for 15 years. He was a feature writer on the New York World and later became editor of the Sunday World. Later he became associated with King Features Service.
0.4 Cubic Feet (1 document case)
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- William Washington Williams papers Class of 1900
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