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F. Clason Kyle Collection

Identifier: MC 86

Scope and Contents

This material covers Kyle's journalistic career as well as reflecting his interest in arts, culture and history.


  • 1900s-1980s
  • Other: Date materials were donated


Biographical / Historical

F. Clason Kyle was born May 29, 1929 in Columbus, Georgia. He was a descendant of one of the five founding city commissioners appointed in 1828. He graduated from Rollins College in Florida, and did graduate work in history at Stanford. He served on the boards of the Little Theatre, the Springer Opera House, the Three Arts League, the Columbus Museum of Arts and Crafts, the Musemont Fine Arts Camp and the Barter Theater in Abington, Virginia. He worked for both the Columbus Ledger and the Columbus Enquirer and continued after their merger, becoming the Associate Editor of the Ledger-Enquirer Sunday Magazine and travel editor.


2 Cubic Feet (2 boxes)

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Repository Details

Part of the Columbus State University Archives and Special Collections Repository

4225 University Ave
Columbus Georgia 31907 United States