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Series 6: Artifacts, undated, approximately 1939-1945


  • Staff Only

Scope and Contents note

An assortment of artifacts kept by Casey; including some memorabilia from his military career and his experiences in Europe during World War II. Two sets of riding spurs are unexplained; it is possible that they indicate Casey's childhood life in the American West, and his wife Hazel MacDonald's experiences living in the Western United States. Also includes Casey's manual typewriter, which he referred to as his "place of business."


  • undated, approximately 1939-1945

Conditions Governing Access

The Robert J. Casey papers are open for research in the Special Collections Reading Room; 1 box at a time (Priority III).

Arrangement note

Organized by size and NL artifact number.


Repository Details

Part of the The Newberry Library - Modern Manuscripts Repository

60 West Walton Street
Chicago Illinois 60610 United States