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|Title||Fred Christopherson to Mary J. Day. Letter. June 27, 1955|
|Creator||Christopherson, Fred C.|
|Subject (Places)||Sioux Falls (Minnehaha, SD)|
Day, Mary B.
Day, Herbert J.
|Item Description||Fred Christopherson writes to Mary Day at the end of June 1955 about the Argus Leaders's financial situation after the move into the new building. Christopherson is surprised to hear that Holton Davenport has judged that the Argus Leader as "fast going downhill." The impression Davenport's remarks gave Mary were incorrect, according to Christopherson.|
|Collection Description||This is part of the larger Fred C. and J. Marie Christopherson Papers available at the Center for Western Studies. Fred and Marie Christopherson were both prominent Sioux Falls journalists and personalities. Fred served as the editor of the Argus Leader and Marie had a WWII column entitled "Driftwood". The collection includes financial records, correspondence, news clippings, photographs, medical records, speeches, maps, audio tapes, social records, account journals, and scrapbooks.|
|Format - Digital||Text/PDF|
|Collection||Christopherson, Fred C. & J. Marie Papers|
|Contributing Institution||Center for Western Studies, Augustana University|
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