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The collection was created from two different sets of letters and papers related to Louis A. Parsons, obtained from Thomas Notarangelo in 2008. Notarangelo purchased the papers at auction. Both sets consisted of correspondence of both professional and personal nature; one set consisting of correspondence from Parsons’ life before he became a professor at Gettysburg, and the other focusing mainly around the issue of his dismissal from Gettysburg College in 1925. The entire collection consists primarily of the correspondence written and received by Parsons.
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Johns, Elizabeth M., "MS-115: The Notarangelo Collection of the Louis A. Parsons Papers" (April 2010). Special Collections and College Archives Finding Aids. Special Collection and College Archives, Musselman Library, Gettysburg College.