Diary of a young civil servant in Westminster, 1918.

by Victor Smith

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Brandeis University’s Robert D. Farber University Archives and Special Collections Department houses the diary, photographs, correspondence and papers of Lynn Goldsmith (married name Lynn Goldberg), a Brandeis University alumna, in our University Alumni Collection. Lynn Goldsmith assisted with. Books Scillonian war diary, Volumes description Object description.

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