Naomi Duff Smith (1902-1973) was a poet, author of short stories and radio scripts, and owner of a Baltimore, Maryland, public relations firm. Her collection consists of poems, short stories, correspondence, and awards documenting her literary output and business and civic achievements. Significant correspondents represented in the collection include Lizette Woodworth Reese, R. P. Harriss, Millard E. Tydings, Amy Winslow, Alan P. Hoblitzell, E. Paul Mason, Joseph R. Byrnes, Emory J. Niles, William D. MacMillan, and Hugo R. Hoffman.
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