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Z 0301.000
WELTY (EUDORA) COLLECTION
Series 17. One Writer's Beginnings

1982-1986; n.d.
4.70 cubic ft.

Note on the arrangement and description:

Approximately two cubic feet of materials related to One Writer’s Beginnings were originally donated to the Mississippi Department of Archives and History by Eudora Welty. A considerable number of drafts, correspondence, and related material have been added to the original donation by subsequent gifts during Welty’s lifetime, and by the bequest of her Estate. These materials have now been integrated into the existing sequence for the materials of the original donation and are described in this finding aid.

In order to distinguish them from the materials donated prior to 1988 and ordered by Welty herself, the later donations appear in bold font, while the materials from the original donation are listed in regular font. The original materials were described by Welty scholar Suzanne Marrs in The Welty Collection: A Guide to the Eudora Welty Manuscripts and Documents at the Mississippi Department of Archives and History (Jackson and London: University Press of Mississippi), 1988. The descriptions by Marrs form the basis of this finding aid, and appear below in regular font. Small changes have been made for this finding aid: abbreviations (ts, ms) have been replaced by the full terms (typescript, manuscript); specialized terms such as “holograph” have been replaced by more common ones such as “handwritten;” the original divisions of the work established by Marrs have been arranged as subseries; and references to the numeration of the drafts used by Marrs in her book have been replaced by the appropriate new box numbers.

All the additional materials of the subsequent gifts have been ordered and described by the archivists in consultation with Suzanne Marrs, and the sequence in which the drafts have been arranged and described reflects her guidance. Within each individual draft or folder of material, the archivists have attempted to respect any original order Welty may have given her work. Pages appear in the order in which they were found at the time of processing, even if this is not indicated by the page numbers given them by Welty. (Thus, if page “17” appeared before page “15,” it has been left in that sequence). Where groups of pages were found clipped together, they have been foldered together to preserve that grouping. Pages found loose are so indicated. Where Welty kept folders of mixed correspondence and proofs, the materials have been kept together in their original order.

Furthermore, because Welty’s pagination in her manuscript drafts is reflective of her creative process, and may include duplicate, variant, or even unnumbered pages, the manuscript drafts have been assigned page numbers by the archivists. These numbers always appear in brackets. They have sometimes been placed in the upper or lower right corners of the manuscript pages as space permitted, but more frequently may be found on the verso of the documents, in order to avoid confusion with Welty’s pagination.

The page numbers assigned by the archivists also reflect the unit in which the papers were divided. If, for example, a draft was already divided into separate folders for Part I, Part II, and Part III, separate pagination will be established for each part: Part I, pp. 1-20; Part II, pp. 1-30, etc. If, however, all parts of a draft were originally found in one envelope or folder, continuous pagination will reflect this, even if that folder has been divided by the archivists for ease of handling. Thus a manuscript found as one unit will be paginated as: Part I, pp. 1-20, Part I, pp. 21-30, Part II, pp. 31-50, and so forth. Since much of the original donation was already divided into separate parts, that arrangement has been respected and each part has been numbered separately.

In order to avoid confusion in this finding aid, the archivists’ pagination has been used to locate the materials in the lists following the description of each draft. Welty’s page numbering will appear primarily in the descriptive paragraphs for each draft, particularly in those created by Marrs for the original donation. Where, rarely, Marrs herself uses a number in brackets, a correspondence from her numbering to that of the archivists will be established.

A guide to locating the drafts donated before 1988:

In her published guide to the Eudora Welty Collection, Marrs assigned a system of numbers to the different drafts of One Writer’s Beginnings and to the other works of Welty. To avoid confusion, these numbers do not appear with the descriptions of the drafts in this finding aid. However, for those accustomed to locating the manuscript drafts through the guide by Suzanne Marrs, or to using the old box numbers, the following table has been provided to help locate the materials of the original donation that have been re-boxed:

Number of draft (Marrs) Subseries Part of Manuscript Old Box Number New Box Number
E1 Lectures Box cover information, note, Part I 71 216
E1 Lectures Parts II, III 71 217
E2 Drafts of book Parts I, II, III 72 223
E3a Drafts of book Front matter, Parts I, II 73 224
E3a Drafts of book Part III 73 225
E3b Drafts of book Part I 73 225
E4a Drafts of book Prologue, Parts I, II, III, Duplicates 74 228
E4b Drafts of book Prologue, Parts I, II, III 75 229
E5a Typescript Setting Copy Front matter, Parts I, II, III 76 236
E5b Typescript Setting Copy Box cover information, Parts I, II, III 77 237
E6a Page Proof Preliminary matter, Parts I, II, III 78 238
E6b Page Proof Notes, Parts I, II, III 79 239
E6c Page Proof Parts I, II, III 80 240
E7a Page Proof Set of preliminary pages and captions 81 241
E7b Page Proof Photocopies of captions and photographs 81 241
E8 Miscellaneous Material Photocopies of prologue 81 241

Series 17. One Writer's Beginnings

Subseries I: Lectures

William E. Massey Sr. Lectures in the History of American Civilization, Harvard University

Subseries I: Typescript Part I with handwritten corrections. Apparently material prepared for the lectures and for the most part not used.
[1982] 8 pieces.

Description Box Number Folder Number
Typescript Part I, [pp. 1-8] 216 1

Subseries I: Typescript; Part I, pages 1-42, plus 2A, 10A, 10B; Part II, pages 1-26, 28-[32], plus photocopies of pages 22-[32] and a variant page 10; Part III, pages 1-29; a handwritten page identifying this typescript and the typescript in box 223 below; pages 28 & 29 in Part I are one sheet; lectures given at Harvard University and later revised and published as One Writer's Beginnings; handwritten revisions and corrections; many pages with additions or revisions pinned or pasted on; some photocopied pages.
1983. 118 pieces.

Note: The original and photocopy of page [32] above are paginated by the archivist as [pp. 42-43].

Description Box Number Folder Number
Box cover information and note, [pp.1-2] 216 2
Part I, [pp. 1-18] 216 3
Part I, [pp. 19-32] 216 4
Part 1, [pp. 33-44] 216 5
Part II, [pp. 1-16] 217 1
Part II, [pp. 17-32] 217 2
Part II, [pp. 33-43] 217 3
Part III, [pp. 1-15] 217 4
Part III, [pp. 16-29] 217 5

Subseries I: Photocopy of lectures, corrected typescript, described by Welty as “Xerox of a corrected manuscript at some stage One Writer’s Beginnings.” n.d. 122 pieces.

Description Box Number Folder Number
Folder information 218 1
Part I, [pp. 1-21] 218 2
Part I, [pp. 22-44] 218 3
Part II, [pp. 45-75] 218 4
Pages found at end of Part II, [pp. 76-82] 218 5
Part III, [pp. 83-111] 218 6

Subseries II: Drafts of Book

Subseries II: “III. Development in Writing with examples.” Part III of One Writer’s Beginnings, photocopy of typescript. Work on transforming the lectures into a book.
[Summer 1983]. 59 pieces.

Description Box Number Folder Number
Folder information 219 1
[pp. 1-20] 219 2
[pp. 21-40] 219 3
[pp. 41-58] 219 4

Subseries II: A draft consisting of materials contained in a folder marked only with the ink drawing of a star and the word “Out.” Among these are handwritten notes, including ones on scraps of paper, printed material, and envelopes; typescript pages with handwritten corrections; and photocopies of typescript pages.
[Summer 1983]. 84 pieces.

Description Box Number Folder Number
Folder information 219 5
[pp. 1-5] 219 6
[pp. 6-10] 219 7
[p. 11, a note written on the Harvard Graduate Society newsletter] 219 8
[pp. 12-27] 220 1
[pp. 28-33] 220 2
[pp. 34-43] 220 3
[pp. 44-61] 220 4
[pp. 62-63] 220 5
[pp. 64-78] 220 6
[pp. 79-82] 220 7
[pp. 83-84] 220 8

Subseries II: Part III. Typescript and photocopied pages, with handwritten corrections.
n.d. 50 pieces.

Description Box Number Folder Number
Part III, [pp.1-22] 221 1
Part III, [pp.23-24] 221 2
Part III, [pp. 25-38] 221 3
Part III, [pp. 39-50] 221 4

Subseries II: Part I. Photocopied and a few original typescript pages, with a few handwritten corrections. One page [p.2] is marked “Xerox of paste copy.” Information on original folder is struck through.
n.d. 37 pieces.

Description Box Number Folder Number
Folder information 221 5
Part I, [pp. 1-18] 221 6
Part I, [pp. 19-36] 221 7

Subseries II: Miscellaneous pages: one page from Part III, one labeled as from Part II but apparently not in the published version.
[Summer 1983]. 2 pieces.

Description Box Number Folder Number
Miscellaneous pages 222 1

Subseries II: “Pages omitted from A Writer’s Beginnings notes and tryouts.”
[Summer 1983]. 39 pieces.

Description Box Number Folder Number
[pp. 1-3] 222 2
[pp. 4-5] 222 3
[pp. 6-7] 222 4
[pp. 8-13] 222 5
[pp. 14-15] 222 6
[p. 16] 222 7
[pp. 17-19] 222 8
[pp. 20-39] 222 9

Subseries II: Typescript, incomplete; Part I, pages 1-40; Part II, pages 1-30, plus section title page and page 8A; Part III, 23 pages; pages 8, 9, 10, and 11 in Part I are one sheet as are pages 21 & 22; paste copy for retyping; some photocopied pages; handwritten revisions.
[1983]. 91 pieces.

Description Box Number Folder Number
Part I, [pp.1-16] 223 1
Part I, [pp. 17-36] 223 2
Part II, [pp. 1-16] 223 3
Part II, [pp. 17-32] 223 4
Part III, [pp. 1-12] 223 5
Part III, [pp. 13-23] 223 6

Subseries II: Typescript; 135 pages, including 3 preliminary pages, pages 1-88 (Parts I and II), page 12A, an unnumbered title page for Part II, pages 1-42 (Part III), an unnumbered title page (Part III), and page 15A (Part III); pages 4&5 (Parts I and II) are actually one page as are pp. 53&54 (Parts I and II); handwritten revisions throughout, typically involving a word or phrase; a few large deletions; some paste-overs.
[1983]. 135 pieces.

Description Box Number Folder Number
Front matter, [pp. 1-3] 224 1
Part I, [pp. 1-15] 224 2
Part I, [pp. 16-30] 224 3
Part I, [pp. 31-45] 224 4
Part I, [pp. 46-54] 224 5
Part II, [pp. 1-17] 224 6
Part II, [pp. 18-34] 224 7
Part III, [pp. 1-15] 225 1
Part III, [pp. 16-30] 225 2
Part III, [pp. 31-44] 225 3

Subseries II: Typescript, photocopy; incomplete; pages 1-34; photocopy of the typescript in box 224 above; a few handwritten revisions and corrections.
[1983]. 34 pieces.

Description Box Number Folder Number
Part I, [pp. 1-15] 225 4
Part I, [pp. 16-34] 225 5

Subseries II: “II. Learning to See.” Photocopy of typescript.
[post-lecture, Summer 1983]. 33 pieces.

Description Box Number Folder Number
Part II, [pp. 1-15] 225 6
Part II, [pp. 16-33] 225 7

Subseries II: Photocopy of typescript of Parts I and II, with handwritten description by Welty on envelope, “I & II in short (lecture) form later expanded and revised.”
[1983]. 62 pieces.

Description Box Number Folder Number
Envelope information 226 1
Part I, [pp. 1-16] 226 2
Part I, [ 17-34] 226 3
Part II, [pp. 35-49] 226 4
Part II, [pp. 50-61] 226 5

Subseries II: Photocopy of typescript in a folder entitled by Welty “II Xerox, Ribbon Copy (revised) Learning to See II” One yellow sheet [p. 33] contains handwritten notes for the “Henry” story.
[1983]. 61 pieces.

Description Box Number Folder Number
Folder information and note by Welty 226 6
[pp. 1-20] 226 7
[pp. 21-40] 226 8
[pp. 41-59] 226 9

Subseries II: Photocopy of typescript, in folder entitled by Welty, “III Ribbon Copy.” With handwritten corrections and notes. The original draft was divided into many small sections grouped by paper clips. The division and labeling of the folders reflects the arrangement of the clipped sections.
n.d. 96 pieces.

Description Box Number Folder Number
Folder information 227 1
[pp. 1-21] 227 2
[pp. 22-42] 227 3
[pp. 43-47] 227 4
[pp. 48-56] 227 5
[pp. 57-59] 227 6
[pp. 60-62] 227 7
[pp. 63-66] 227 8
[pp. 67-68] 227 9
[Note (I) by Welty, pp. 69-73] 227 10
[pp. 74-77] 227 11
[pp. 78-80] 227 12
[Note (II) by Welty, pp. 81-83] 227 13
[pp. 84-93] 227 14

Subseries II: Loose typescript pages from Parts I and II.
n.d. 2 pieces

Description Box Number Folder Number
Page from Part I [p.1], page from Part II [p.2] 227 15

Subseries II: Typescript, photocopy; 135 pages, including prologue, pages 1-53, 55-130, 12A, 40A, 44A, and duplicates of pages 43, 44, 44A; pages 4 & 5 are one sheet; primarily a photocopy of the typescript in box 224 above, but some ribbon and carbon pages; two pages not included in the version in box 224; handwritten revisions and corrections; transposition of material.
[1983]. 135 pieces.

Description Box Number Folder Number
Prologue 228 1
Part I, [pp. 1-20] 228 2
Part I, [pp. 21-40] 228 3
Part I, [pp. 41-55] 228 4
Part II, [pp. 1-20] 228 5
Part II, [pp. 21-33] 228 6
Part III, [pp. 1-20] 228 7
Part III, [pp. 21-43] 228 8
Duplicates, [pp. 1-3] 228 9

Subseries II: Typescript, photocopy; 129 pages including pages 1-130, 44A, and a page of prologue; pages 4&5, 34&35, 53&54, 56&57 are single pages; an additional page 92; primarily a photocopy of the photocopy in box 228 above, but there are some variations.
[1983]. 129 pieces.

Description Box Number Folder Number
Prologue, [p. 1] 229 1
Part I, [pp. 1-20] 229 2
Part I, [pp. 21-40] 229 3
Part I, [pp. 41-52] 229 4
Part II, [pp. 1-20] 229 5
Part II, [pp. 21-32] 229 6
Part III, [pp. 1-22] 229 7
Part III, [pp. 23-44] 229 8

Subseries II: Photocopy of typescript. This photocopy is almost identical to the one in box 229, but there are variations in Part I. This photocopy includes a p. 12a, a p. 34 that is separate from p. 35, and a p. 40a. This version has handwritten corrections that are not contained in the photocopy in box 229, but lacks others present in that version.
n.d. 131 pieces

Description Box Number Folder Number
Prologue, [p. 1] 230 1
Part I, [pp. 2-25] 230 2
Part I, [pp. 26-40] 230 3
Part I, [pp. 41-56] 230 4
Part II, [pp. 57-71] 230 5
Part II, [pp. 72-88] 230 6
Part III, [pp. 89-108] 230 7
Part III, [pp. 109-131] 230 8

Subseries II: Photocopy of typescript described by Welty as “Lecture pages + notes for One Writer’s Beginnings.” It was enclosed in an envelope from William Maxwell, postmarked in 1983. Included are an unsigned typewritten comment [p. 1] and unsigned typewritten notes [p. 70], apparently by Maxwell. There are also some page numbers added in Welty’s handwriting.
[1983]. 133 pieces

Description Box Number Folder Number
Envelope information 231 1
Comment [by Maxwell] and Prologue 231 2
Part I, [pp. 3-22] 231 3
Part I, [pp. 23-42] 231 4
Part I, [pp. 43-56] 231 5
Part II, [pp. 57-69] 231 6
Part II, [pp. 70-89] including notes by Maxwell. 231 7
Part III, [pp. 90-110] 231 8
Part III, [pp. 111-132] 231 9

Subseries II: Photocopy of typescript apparently returned to Welty by Mary Louise Aswell. Substantively the same as the version sent to Maxwell, this photocopy is accompanied by a typed and corrected title page, has multiple copies of Welty’s page 17 (or I. 14), and has page 7 placed in a different sequence. Handwritten page numbers occasionally appear.
n.d. 134 pieces.

Description Box Number Folder Number
Envelope information 232 1
Title page [p. 1], Prologue [p. 2], Part I, [pp. 3-20] 232 2
Part I, [pp. 21-40] 232 3
Part I, [pp. 41-58] 232 4
Part I, [pp. 59-80] 232 5
Part II, [pp. 81-90] 232 6
Part III, [pp. 91-100] 232 7
Part III, [pp. 101-120] 232 8
Part III [pp. 121-133] 232 9

Subseries II: Boxed photocopy of typescript, incomplete. The box is labeled by Welty “Incomplete carbon corrected along with copy-edited ms.” A note enclosed with the manuscript dated only “Sept. 2” mentions that some pages are lacking or in a different order. There are numerous handwritten corrections, partial pages, and handwritten page numbers or corrections to Welty’s pagination. Some pages bear only handwritten notes. Three pages [pp. 139, 140, 141] are inverted and reversed.
n.d. 170 pieces.

Description Box Number Folder Number
Box cover information 233 1
Note by Welty, [pp. 1-24, including Prologue] 233 2
[pp. 25-49] 233 3
[pp. 50-51] 233 4
[pp. 52-54] 233 5
[pp. 55-56] 233 6
[pp. 57-81] 234 1
[pp. 82-106] 234 2
[pp. 107-131] 234 3
[pp. 132-145] 234 4

Subseries II: Part I, two versions consisting of photocopies of typescripts from a folder labeled by Welty as “I.” The versions have been designated “A” and “B” by the archivist. Preceding the two versions are a note [Note I] and a list of corrections by Welty [Note II]. Version A contains a few handwritten corrections by Welty on its last pages, but lacks those numbered by Welty as 43-48. These are present in Version B.
n.d. 106 pieces.

Description Box Number Folder Number
Folder information and note by Welty [Note I] 235 1
Corrections list [Note II] and Version A, [pp. 1-24] 235 2
Version A, [pp. 25-49] 235 3
Version B, [pp. 1-24] 235 4
Version B, [pp. 25-40] 235 5
Version B, [pp. 41-55] 235 6

Subseries III: Typescript Setting Copy of Book

Subseries III: Typescript, photocopy; 8 preliminary pages, pages 1- 131 as numbered by stamp; pages 45, 65, 66, 73, 105 are ribbon pages; pages 77 and 82 are paste copies with ribbon and photocopied material; pages 1, 2, 71 are also paste copies; numerous handwritten revisions, typically of a word or phrase; many authorial and editorial corrections, queries, and responses to queries.
[1983]. 139 pieces.

Description Box Number Folder Number
Front matter, [pp. 1-8] 236 1
Part I, [pp. 1-20] 236 2
Part I, [pp. 21-40] 236 3
Part I, [pp. 41-54] 236 4
Part II, [pp. 1-20] 236 5
Part II, [pp. 21-34] 236 6
Part III, [pp. 1-22] 236 7
Part III, [pp. 23-43] 236 8

Subseries III: Page 44a, with corrections, including changes to ribbon copy and handwritten revisions, some by Joyce Backman.
n.d. 1piece.

Description Box Number Folder Number
Page 44a 236 9

Subseries III: Typescript, photocopy; pages 1-37, 39-132 plus pp. 1A, 12A, 44A (two copies),66A, 71 supplement, 82 supplement, and additional copies of pages 34, 66, 73, 77, 106; there is no page 38; pages 4&5, 53&54, 90&91 are single pages; comments by Welty and by copy editor, queries and answers from each are part of this photocopy of the typescript setting copy in box 236, though printer’s instructions are not; handwritten label on box containing this typescript reads "Xerox of Copy-Edited MS., One Writer’s Beginnings, '83."
1983. 141 pieces.

Description Box Number Folder Number
Box cover information 237 1
Part I, [pp. 1-20] 237 2
Part I, [pp. 21-40] 237 3
Part I, [pp. 41-57] 237 4
Part II, [pp. 1-20] 237 5
Part II, [pp. 21-39] 237 6
Part III, [pp. 1-22] 237 7
Part III, [pp. 23-44] 237 8

Subseries IV: Page Proof

Subseries IV: Master proof; pages 1, 3-39, 41, 43-69, 71, 73-104, plus nine preliminary pages, a cover sheet dated 11.07.1983, and a photocopy of page 41; typeset on 10.03.1983 and 10.20.1983; there are no pages 2, 40, 42, 70, 72 because these are blank pages; Welty’s handwritten corrections and revisions; corrections in an editorial hand; substantial revisions on page 20.
1983. 111 pieces.

Description Box Number Folder Number
Preliminary matter, [pp. 1-10] 238 1
Part I, [pp. 1-20] 238 2
Part I, [pp. 21-39] 238 3
Part II, [pp. 1-15] 238 4
Part II, [pp. 16-29] 238 5
Part III, [pp. 1-20] 238 6
Part III, [pp. 21-33] 238 7

Subseries IV: Master proof, photocopy; pages 3-39, 41, 43-69, 71, 73-104; there are no pp. 40, 42, 70, 72 because these are blank pages; handwritten title on page 3; photocopy of master proof as corrected above (box 238), though some editorial corrections remain to be made; Welty’s handwritten note on torn slip of paper—“Xerox of master proof as corrected.”
1983. 100 pieces.

Description Box Number Folder Number
Notes, [pp. I, II] 239 1
Part I, [pp. 1-37] 239 2
Part II, [pp. 1-28] 239 3
Part III, [pp. 1-33] 239 4

Subseries IV: Master proof, photocopy; pages 1, 3-39, 41, 43-69, 71, 73-104; there are no pages 2, 40, 42, 70, 72 because these are blank pages; a handwritten comment in the upper right corner of page 1 reads, "Author's duplicate--keep."; some authorial revisions made in the master proof in box 238 have been photocopied here; other handwritten revisions by author in this set of master proof.
1983. 99 pieces.

Description Box Number Folder Number
Part I, [pp. 1-38] 240 1
Part II, [pp. 1-28] 240 2
Part III, [pp. 1-33] 240 3

Subseries IV: One uncorrected page proof, bound in green cover.
February 1984. 1 piece.

Description Box Number Folder Number
Bound page proof 240 4

Subseries IV: Two unbound proofs. One has notations in pencil. The other is labeled “Second Printing.”
1984. 2 pieces.

Description Box Number Folder Number
Two unbound proofs 240 5

Subseries IV: One photocopied set of preliminary pages and captions for photographs in Master Proof; a handwritten note from editor Joyce Backman to Welty, promising that her staff will proof this material.
1983. 9 pieces.

Description Box Number Folder Number
Preliminary pages and photograph captions 241 1

Subseries IV: Typescript and photographs, photocopy; 20 pages; one photocopied page of captions for photographs; 19 photocopied pages of photographs.
n.d. 20 pieces.

Description Box Number Folder Number
Photocopies of captions and photographs 241 2

Subseries V: Miscellaneous Material

Subseries V: “Commitments 1983 Harvard.” A folder of material concerning the Massey lectures and the publication of One Writer’s Beginnings by the Harvard University Press. A note by Welty on the folder remarks that the pages in the folder are “out of order, blown by wind.” The bracketed pagination by the archivist therefore reflects the page order at the time of processing. Included are originals and photocopies of correspondence between Welty and representatives of Harvard, among them David Herbert Donald, chairman of the organizing committee of the lectures, and Harvard University Press editor Joyce Backman. Also present are programs and newsclippings concerning the lectures, a memorandum concerning the editing procedures, as well as sample pages, proofs, and typescript dedicatory pages for the book.
1982-1984, n.d. 61 pieces.

Description Box Number Folder Number
Folder information 241 3
Note, correspondence [I, pp. 1-2] 241 4
Correspondence [p. 3] 241 5
Correspondence, memorandum, newsclipping, [pp. 4-24] 241 6
Correspondence [pp. 25-44] 241 7
Correspondence, dedicatory pages, and proofs [pp. 45-56] 241 8
Harvard University Gazette issue of May 7, 1982 [oversized] 242 1

Subseries V: 1A folder of miscellaneous original and photocopied material concerning the publication, sale and reviews of One Writer’s Beginnings. Included are correspondence, an original dedication page and one page of Master proof, as well as photocopied galley pages with handwritten corrections.
1983-1986, n.d. 19 pieces.

Description Box Number Folder Number
Miscellaneous material, [pp. 1-19] 241 9

Subseries V: Typescript, photocopy; prologue to text; 2 copies.
n.d. 2 pieces.

Description Box Number Folder Number
Two photocopies of prologue 241 10

Subseries V: Harvard University Press correspondence. Two pieces of correspondence relating to the publicity for and sale of One Writer’s Beginnings. One letter concerns plans for Welty to read at the 1985 annual meeting of university presses.
1984-1985. 2 pieces.

Description Box Number Folder Number
Harvard University Press correspondence, [pp. 1-2] 241 11

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