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Xerox Correspondence: DJ to HG (pp. 153-192)., 04/25/1946-10/07/1948

 File — Box: 2, Folder: 10
Identifier: 42184

Series-level Scope and Content Note

From the Series:

(Box 2, Folders 1 - 26) Part III consists of xerox copies of autograph signed correspondence from DJ to HG. Originals are deposited at the Beinecke Rare Book Library of Yale University. The datespan of correspondence is from 1930 through 1974. Some of the copies bear annotations in black or green ballpoint; probably by Sabina Bailey, HG's daughter. The copies have been paginated, probably by Ms. Bailey. To facilitate use and storage, the correspondence has been divided into datespans, which are marked, along with the corresponding page numbers, on each folder. The total number of letters for each datespan/folder is also given in the folder description.


  • 04/25/1946-10/07/1948

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From the Collection: 5.75 Linear Feet (10 Hollinger boxes: 8 Document Cases, 1 Slim Document Case, 1 Drop-front flat case (20x24"))

Language of Materials

From the Collection: English

Container Summary

Contains xeroxed correspondence from DJ to HG. Datespan as given above. Total 2 ALS 1946. 4 ALS 9/20/48 - 10/7/48.

Subjects and Associated Physical Materials

JONES, DAVID - CORRES. TO GRISEWOOD, HARMAN (XEROX) 1946, 1948: Autographed Letter

GRISEWOOD, HARMAN - CORRES. FROM JONES, DAVID (XEROX) 1946, 1948: Autographed Letter

Repository Details

Part of the Georgetown University Manuscripts Repository

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