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|Title:||Lomax Lamb Collection|
|Collector:||Lamb, Lomax B., 1917-1981|
|Physical Extent:||1 box (.417 linear feet)|
|Repository:||University of Mississippi. Department of Archives and Special Collections. University, MS 38677, USA|
|Language of Material:||English|
|Abstract:||Collection of correspondence between Lomax B. Lamb and William Faulkner|
Donated by Knox Lamb to the University of Mississippi, 1983.
Collection processed by Archives and Special Collections staff. Finding aid encoded by Jason Kovari, 8 June 2009.
No further additions are expected to this collection.
Lomax B. Lamb of Marks, Mississippi, acted as attorney to Malcolm Franklin, son of Estelle from her first marriage to Cornell Franklin.
Collection of correspondence sent to Lomax B. Lamb by Faulkner. Correspondence primarily concerns a gun Faulkner purchased for his step-son Malcolm, which Faulkner wishes returned upon Malcolm's divorce.
Lomax Lamb Collection, Archives and Special Collections, J.D. Williams Library, The University of Mississippi
Lomax Lamb Collection is open for research.
Folder 7 has been restricted.
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|Folder 2||T.L.S., "Charlottesville, Sunday", Faulkner to Mr. Lamb, plus autograph envelope postmarked 19 April 1957, Charlottesville, VA. (2 items)|
|Scope: Concerning payment to Lamb and Malcolm's health|
|Folder 3||T.L.S., "Oxford, Miss. 15 Oct. 1957", Faulkner to Mr. Lamb, plus autograph envelope postmarked 16 October 1957, Oxford, Miss. (2 items)|
|Scope: Concerning a gun Faulkner purchased and Malcolm's impending divorce|
|Folder 4||T.L., "Oxford, Miss. 8 Sept., 1959", Faulkner to Mr. Lamb (2 pages)|
|Scope: Concerning a gun Faulkner purchased for Malcolm, which he wishes returned|
|Folder 4||Handwritten note (Undated) and autograph envelope postmarked 8 September 1959, Oxford, Miss. (2 items)|
|Folder 5||A.L.S. (Undated), Faulkner to Mr. Lamb, plus autograph envelope postmarked 13 September 1959, Oxford, Miss.|
|Scope: Concerning a check written by Malcolm to Faulkner|
|Folder 6||A.D.S., a promissory note dated 11 February 1961, signed by W.W. and Mrs. W.W. Joor.|
|Folder 7||RESTRICTED. T.L.S., "April 30th", Faulkner to Mr. Lamb, plus typed envelope postmarked 30 April 1957., Charlottesville, VA. (2 pages + envelope)|