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Related Material

Administrative Information

Description of Series

Series I. Works, 1910s-1960s

Series II. Letters, 1928-1946

Series III. Recipient, 1910s-1965

Series IV. Miscellaneous, 1914-1965, undated

University of Texas, Harry Ransom Humanities Research Center

Fannie Hurst:

A Preliminary Inventory of Her Papers at the Harry Ransom Center



Creator: Hurst, Fannie, 1889-1968
Title: Fannie Hurst Papers
Dates: circa 1910-1965
Abstract: The papers of American author, lecturer, and commentator Fannie Hurst include manuscripts of her works (short stories, novels, film scenarios, plays, articles, columns, speeches, and talks), both incoming and outgoing correspondence, as well as miscellaneous materials.
Extent: 274 document boxes, 1 oversize box, 1 galley folder (117.50 linear feet)
Language: English
Repository: The University of Texas at Austin, Harry Ransom Center

Scope and Contents

The Fannie Hurst Papers, circa 1910-1965, include manuscripts, correspondence, personal and financial documents, scrapbooks, photographs, news clippings, and other printed materials. The papers are arranged in four series: I. Works, 1910s-1960s (70 boxes); II. Letters, 1928-1946 (6 boxes); III. Recipient, 1910s-1965 (165 boxes); and IV. Miscellaneous, 1914-1965, undated (33 boxes).

Fannie Hurst's literary career is well documented in the Works series, which includes manuscripts of novels, short stories, articles, columns, plays, radio scripts, scenarios, and other creative material. The materials date from the 1910s to the 1960s. The series is subdivided into three subseries, A. Alphabetical Files, B. Genre Files, and C. Unidentified. The manuscripts of almost all of Hurst's books, including her most famous works such as Humoresque, Back Street, Lummox, Imitation of Life, and Anatomy of Me: A Wonderer in Search of Herself, can be found in Subseries A., usually in multiple drafts with handwritten revisions. Works are also sometimes recast from their original genre for a film scenario or dramatic adaptation. Subseries B. encompasses approximately thirty boxes of short stories, articles, and radio scripts that demonstrate Hurst's interest in writing short fiction, non-fiction, and commentary. Subseries C. contains a small number of unpublished articles and stories, as well as story fragments.

The Letters series is the smallest in the Hurst collection. It primarily consists of typed carbon copies of outgoing letters maintained in her files for business purposes from 1928-1946. These are arranged alphabetically by recipient name. The letters mainly refer to literary rights, product sponsorships, and personal business and many were written by her secretary. Hurst's popular appeal is amply demonstrated in her replies to fan mail, charity appeals, and lecture invitations. Of particular note in this series are letters to Greta Garbo, Langston Hughes, Eleanor Roosevelt, and Don Marquis. Also included in this series are a few letters from Hurst to experts in various fields that relate to information she needed for her stories.

The Recipient series, consisting of letters to Hurst, is the largest in the Hurst collection. Some 165 boxes contain incoming correspondence, often with carbon copy responses from Hurst, dating from the 1910s to 1965. The series is organized alphabetically by author, although Hurst grouped some correspondence topically, under such titles as "Letters re. Appassionata,""Diet and Health,""Negro Matters," or "Dogs." Included in the series are requests from readers for information about a writing career, letters from philanthropical organizations, letters from friends and family, early rejection letters, requests for lectures, invitations to social gatherings, business related correspondence, letters from people with story ideas, endorsement requests, charitable requests from organizations and individuals, letters from autograph collectors, letters from writers she encouraged, correspondence with clothiers, paper suppliers, etc., and letters from movie and book publishers. The correspondence reflects Hurst's interest in civil rights, Jewish, and anti-Fascist issues, and is so comprehensive that Hurst's daily interests and activities are almost fully documented. The series contains less personal correspondence, although it contains a few routine letters from her husband, Jacques Danielson, as well as correspondence from her parents.

A sample of correspondents of note follows: the American Birth Control League, the ACLU, the American Jewish Congress, Elizabeth Arden, Authors League of America, Lillian Becker, Albert Berg, B'nai B'rith, Books & Authors War Bond Rally, Theda Bara Brabin, Madeleine Borg, Pearl S. Buck, Jonathan Cape, Jacques Chambrun, the City Wide Citizens' Committee on Harlem, Alma Clayburgh, Louis Cohen, Cosmopolitan, Hume Cronyn, Curtis Brown, the Democratic National Party, Theodore Dreiser, Marie Dressler, Edna Ferber, Daniel Frohman, Zona Gale, Hadassah, Harpers, the Constance Hope Foundation, Zora Neale Hurston, Blanche Knopf, Fiorella H. La Guardia, Sinclair Lewis, NBC, the National Conference of Christians and Jews, the New York Times, Charles and Kathleen Norris, Ruth Bryan Owen, Paramount Pictures, PEN, RKO, Franklin and Eleanor Roosevelt, Charles Edward Russell, the Salvation Army, and Carl Van Vechten.

The Miscellaneous series consists primarily of fan mail, dating from the 1920s to the 1960s. Also found in this series are notebooks, calendars, wills, notes, lists, contracts, biographical material, documents related to personal finances, and interviews. Hurst also maintained Jacques Danielson's correspondence, as well as sympathy letters, materials forwarded to Hurst from her publishers, and copies of poems and articles written by friends. Of particular interest are the articles and notes that document Hurst's interest in political and social issues.

Organization and Condition

Though the Fannie Hurst Papers have been roughly sorted into four categories, the categories are not all in physical sequence. Fairly substantial work has already been done in sorting and housing materials in the Letters and Recipient categories. Manuscripts have been unbundled and placed in multiple file folders where necessary, with file numbering that reflects the original bundle groupings (on the folders, i.e., 1 of 3, 2 of 3, 3 of 3). No doubt extraneous material will be found among these groups, but the author's original order is here preserved until further processing is done. Description is at file folder level. Many collection items, most notably manuscripts, clippings, and miscellaneous materials, are in fragile condition and should be handled with care until further processing and housing are undertaken.

Provenance

The Fannie Hurst Papers were brought to the attention of then Chancellor Harry Huntt Ransom on October 12, 1964, by Morris Ernst, the noted civil liberties lawyer. Ernst, a close friend of Hurst's, had given his papers to The University of Texas, and he phoned Ransom to say that Hurst wished to donate nine suitcases of manuscripts to the library. Ransom immediately sent a telegram to Hurst to register his enthusiasm about the possibility of obtaining her papers. Over the next six months, five other universities approached Hurst with the same intention, but she wrote to the Director of the Humanities Research Center, F. Warren Roberts, that she was "particularly attracted to Texas." By May 22, 1965, Hurst reached a decision, sending a letter to Dr. Roberts which read: "my material, unorganized, disorganized, is about to descend upon you. I have had neither the courage nor the time to delve into the mass but I am hopeful there are original manuscripts (all of my originals are in type scripts) but I cannot guarantee that I have them. The bulk of my correspondence over the years I am sending as is, leaving it to your luckless coordinator to organize, sort, and then get in touch with me." By June 20, 1965, the Fannie Hurst Papers had arrived at The University of Texas.

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Restrictions

Access:

Open for research

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Related Material

Additional Hurst materials can be found in the Vertical Files, Scrapbook Collection, Photography Collection, Personal Effects Collection, Performing Arts Collection, and in the collections of other writers whose papers are at the Ransom Center.

More than 200 folders of ephemeral material, such as clippings, dust jackets, pamphlets, articles, invitations, reports, and programs, can be found in the Vertical Files. Within the Scrapbook Collection are thirty-nine scrapbooks, created and maintained by Hurst. In poor physical condition, the scrapbooks are divided by year, and include clippings following Hurst's career from her earliest acting attempts to her television appearances of the late 1950s. The scrapbooks also contain clippings of interest to Hurst, as well as snapshots and information forwarded from friends.

The Photography Collection houses approximately 300 photographs from the Fannie Hurst Papers. Approximately half of the photographs date from the 1950s and 1960s, but there are a few of Hurst in her younger years. There are also photographs of Jacques Danielson, her dogs, film actresses, and snapshots of friends and family.

Other author collections at the Ransom Center house correspondence from Fannie Hurst. There are single letters from the author in the PEN, Joseph Conrad, Margaret Cousins, and R. L. Giffen Collections. The Harpers, Alfred A. Knopf, Inc., Morris L. Ernst, Sinclair Lewis, M. A. B. Lowndes, and Philip Moeller Collections house multiple letters from Hurst. A letter to A. W. Lublin from Hurst is also tipped into a copy of Lummox. The Ransom Center has letters to Hurst in the collections of Harpers and Rebecca West. Further, letters to Hurst from Julius J. Adams, William Bondy, Dodge Publishing, E. P. Dutton & Co., Farrar & Rinehart, Daniel Frohman, Solomon Goldman, Harcourt, Brace and Co., Samuel Heller, Alfred A. Knopf, Inc., J. B. Lippincott Co., Walter G. MacPeek, Edward Lyons, Thomas Jefferson Miley, G. P. Putnam's, and William B. Ziffare have been tipped into books owned by Fannie Hurst.

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Administrative Information

Acquisition:

Gift, 1964

Processed by:

Candid Rogers, John Hawthorne, and Joan Sibley, 1993

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Container List

 

Series I. Works, 1910s-1960s

Subseries A. Alphabetical Files
Anatomy of Me: A Wonderer in Search of Herself (1958)
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1.1-3 1st draft typescript, 434 pp.
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1.4 Typescript/incomplete
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1.5-6 Typescript, 539 pp.
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2.1-2 Typescript/first carbon, 391 pp.
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2.3-4 Typescript/second carbon, 391 pp.
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2.5-3.2 Typescript, 745 pp.
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3.3-5 Typed and carbon manuscript, 393 pp.
Anitra's Dance (1934)
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3.6-4.1 Carbon typescript, 429 pp., 2 copies
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4.4-5.1 Carbon typescript, 429 pp., 3 copies
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4.2-3 Typescript/setting copy
Anywoman (1950)
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5.2-3 Carbon typescript, 399 pp.
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5.4-6 Typescript, 474 pp.
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6.1-3 Typescript, 456 pp.
Appassionata (1926)
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6.4-5 Typescript, ca. 300 pp.
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6.6-7.1 Typescript, 348 pp.
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7.2-3 Typescript, 301 pp.
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7.4-5 Typescript, 333 pp. plus includes manuscript titled Song of Life, and The Veil of the Three Medallions, and one untitled essay on fitness
Back Pay, "a Play in Three Acts and an Epilogue"
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8.1 Screen adaptation by Francis Edward Faragoh, 21 November 1929
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8.2 Typescript, bound
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8.3 Carbon typescript, Act I
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8.4 Carbon typescript, Acts I-III, Epilogue
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8.5 Carbon typescript, Acts I-II, Epilogue
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8.6 Carbon typescript/5th carbon, Act III
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8.7 Carbon typescript/4th carbon, Act II-III, Epilogue
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8.8 Carbon typescript, Acts II-III, Epilogue
Back Street (1931)
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8.9-9.1 Typescript, 493 pp., including correspondence, editing and research notes, production data from Universal Studios (6 January 1941), also information on Ross Hunter production at Universal-International (14 October 1960)
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9.2-3 Typescript, 511 pp.
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9.4-5 Miscellaneous, includes correspondence, research and editing notes, carbon typescript play version, carbon typescript play version translated into French, film treatment by Eleanore Griffin (4 May 1959)
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10.1-3 Carbon typescript, 581 pp.
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10.4-6 Carbon typescript, 514 pp.
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11.1-2 Carbon typescript, 580 pp.
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11.3 Typescript, pp. 314-435
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11.4-6 Bride of the Rajah, "incomplete" typescript, 426 pp.
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12.1-2 Daybreak, typescript, 368 pp.
Family! (1960)
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12.3-4 Carbon typescript, 300 pp.
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12.5-6 Carbon typescript, 291 pp.
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12.7-8 Typescript, 255 pp.
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13.1-2 Galley proofs
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13.3-4 Typescript, 300 pp.
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13.5 Carbon typescript, 300 pp.
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13.6 Editorial notes
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14.1-2 Typescript, 300 pp.
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14.3-4 Typescript, 300 pp.
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14.5 Typescript, additional pp., "extra pages-original manuscripts and others"
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14.6-7 Carbon typescript, 300 pp.
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15.1-4 Five and Ten (1929), carbon typescript, 600 pp.
Fool, Be Still (1964)
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15.5-6 Typescript, 314 pp.
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15.7-16.2 Typescript, 452 pp.
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16.3-4 Typescript, 287 pp., includes editorial notes
God Must Be Sad (1961)
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16.5 Typescript, 25 pp., "extras and substitutions; missing originals of prologue and epilogue"
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16.6--17.1 Typescript, 478 pp., includes editorial notes
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17.2-4 Typescript/setting copy, 418 pp.
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17.5-6 Galley proofs
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18.1-2 Typescript, 306 pp.
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18.3-4 Typescript, 309 pp.
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18.5 Correspondence
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18.6-19.1 Typescript, 255 pp.
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19.2 Galley, final
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19.3 Carbon typescript, 200 pp., includes handwritten notes
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19.4-6 Carbon typescript, 410 pp. and epilogue
The Gold in Fish, play, except as noted
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20.1 Typescript, 80 pp.
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20.2-3 Typescript, rough draft, 300 pp.
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20.4 Typescript, 90 pp.
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20.5 Carbon typescript, 105 pp.
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20.6 Typescript, 140 pp.
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20.7 Carbon typescript, 85 pp.
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20.8 Galley, short story
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20.9 Typescript, 80 pp.
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20.10 Typescript, Act III, 80 pp.
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21.1 Typescript, Act I, 30 pp.
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21.2 Typescript, 90 pp.
Great Laughter (1936)
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21.3-5 Typescript/first draft, 573 pp.
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21.6-8 Typescript/third draft, 448 pp.
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21.9 Typed notes, 15 pp.
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21.10-22.3 Reference material
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22.4-7 Typescript, 628 pp.
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23.1-2 Galleys and miscellaneous
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23.3-5 Typescript
Hallelujah (1944)
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23.6-24.2 Typescript, 600 pp.
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24.3-4 Typescript, 586 pp.
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24.5-25.1 Typescript
Hands of Veronica (1947)
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25.2-3 Typescript/first original draft, 321 pp.
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25.4-5 Typescript, 351 pp.
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25.6 Handwritten notebook
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25.7-26.2 Typescript/printer's copy, 355 pp.
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26.3-4 Typescript
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26.5-6 Typescript
Humoresque (1919), play except as noted
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26.7 Screen Directors' Playhouse script, 57 pp. plus correspondence, 1951
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27.1-3 Carbon typescript, 220 pp.
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27.4 Carbon typescript, Acts II-III, 76 pp.
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27.5 Typescript
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27.6 Typescript, Acts I-III
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27.7 Typescript, Acts I-III, II-III
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27.8 Typescript, Acts I-III, two sets
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27.9 Typescript, radio adaptation, 27 pp. plus correspondence, 1942
Imitation of Life (1933)
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28.1 Handwritten manuscript/first draft
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28.2-3 Typescript/second draft, 258 pp.
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28.4-5 Typescript/setting copy, 390 pp.
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28.6* Galleys (*removed to galley file)
Lonely Parade (1942)
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29.1-3 Typescript, 398 pp.
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29.4 Galley
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29.5 Notebook, "High Sierra"
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29.6 Galleys
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30.1-3 Typescript/second draft, 448 pp.
Lummox (1923)
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30.4 Typescript, 115 pp., play
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30.5 Typescript, 115 pp., play
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30.6 Typescript, 140 pp., play
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30.7 Typescript, 150 pp., screenplay, sound version, 1929
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30.8 Typescript, 225 pp., scenario and titles for silent version, 1928
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31.1-4 Typescript, 450 pp., novel
The Man with One Head (1953)
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31.5-7 Carbon typescript, 415 pp.
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32.1-3 Typescript, 415 pp.
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32.4-5 Carbon typescript, 415 pp.
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33.1-3 Typescript, 452 pp.
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33.4-7 Typescript, 515 pp.
Mannequin
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34.1-2 Typescript, 208 pp.
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34.3-5 Typescript, 350 pp.
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34.6 Galleys
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34.7 Typescript, 192 pp.
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35.1 No Food with My Meals (1935), carbon typescript, 130 pp.
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38.4-5 Play That Thing, typescript, 200 pp.
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38.6 Portrait of Two Thousand Years, typescript, 300 pp.
A President Is Born (1928)
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35.2-4 Typescript, 493 pp.
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35.5 Typescript/motion picture scenario, 30 pp.
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35.6 Typescript, 68 pp.
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35.7 Typescript/first original draft, 58 pp.
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35.8 Typescript, 68 pp.
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35.9 Typescript, 78 pp.
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35.10-36.3 Galley proofs
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36.4-5 Typescript, 400 pp.
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37.1-2 Typescript, 400 pp.
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37.3 Miscellaneous, 20 pp.
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37.4-7 Carbon typescript, 488 pp.
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38.1-3 Carbon typescript, 560 pp.
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38.7 P.S., typescript, 4 drafts
Self Portrait
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39.1-3 Typescript, 160 pp.
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39.4-7 Typescript, 500 pp.
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40.1-3 Carbon typescript, 508 pp.
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40.4-6 Carbon typescript, 508 pp.
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41.1-3 Carbon typescript, 508 pp.
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41.4-6 Typescript, 492 pp.
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42.1-3 Show Business, carbon typescript, 400 pp.
Sister Act
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42.4-6 Typescript, 500 pp., includes synopsis and correspondence
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42.7 Carbon typescript/revised version, 185 pp.
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43.1-2 Typescript/second draft, 261 pp.
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43.3 Authors proofs
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43.4-5 Song of Life (1927), galley proofs
Star-dust (1921)
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43.6-7 Carbon typescript, 346 pp.
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44.1-3 Typescript, 389 pp.
The Strange People
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44.4-6 Typescript, 400 pp.
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44.7-8 Carbon typescript, 351 pp., includes correspondence
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45.1-2 Carbon typescript, 351 pp.
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45.3-4 Sugar House, carbon typescript, 387 pp.
Subseries B. Genre Files
Articles
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45.5 Unidentified; A
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45.6 C-E
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46.1 F-L
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46.2 M-S
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46.3 S-W
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46.4 W-Z
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46.5 Unpublished
Alphabetical
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47.1 A
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47.2 B
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47.3 C
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47.4 D
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47.5 E
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47.6 F
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47.7 G
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47.8 H
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47.9 I
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47.10 J
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47.11 K
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47.12 L
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47.13 M
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47.14 N
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47.15 O
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47.16 P
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47.17 R
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47.18 S
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47.19 T
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48.1 U
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48.2 V
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48.3 W
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48.4 Y
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48.5 Z
Chronological
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48.6 1931
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48.7 1932
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48.8 1954-1955
Miscellaneous
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49.1 Biographic sketch
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49.2 Blueprint and autobiography
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49.3 Christmas articles
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49.4 Columns, 1929
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49.5 International Forum
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49.6 Mama Is under Fire
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49.7 McClure Newspaper Syndicate
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49.8 One Dramatic Moment
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49.9 Saturday Home Magazine
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49.10 Success
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49.11 Unfinished and unpublished articles
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49.12-50.2 Miscellaneous articles
Film scenarios
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50.5 B-F
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50.6 F-M
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51.1 M-N
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51.2 P-W
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51.3 Unidentified
Plays
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51.4 B-L
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51.5 Nice Girl
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51.6 Roulette
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52.1 Tomorrows Child
Short stories, A-W
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52.2 A-C
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52.3-4 D
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52.5 E-G
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53.1 H
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53.2 I-L
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53.3-4 M (including At Mrs. Leland's stories)
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53.5 M-N
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54.1-2 N
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54.3 O
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54.4 R-S
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54.5 S-V
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54.6 V-W
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54.7-9 We Are Ten (1937)
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55.1 White Christmas (1942)
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55.2 Who Are You?
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55.3 Who Is Sylvia?
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55.4 Miscellaneous unidentified
Short stories, D-Y
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55.5 D-F
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55.6 G-H
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55.7 H-L
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56.1 M-O
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56.2 P
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56.3 P-S
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56.4 T-W
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56.5 W-Y
Short stories, A-W
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56.6 A (includes At Mrs. Leland's stories)
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57.1 B
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57.2 M
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57.3 N
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57.4 O
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57.5 P
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57.6-7 R
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58.1 R
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58.2-3 S
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58.4 S-T
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58.5 T
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58.6 W
Speeches & talks (including radio and television)
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59.1 American Women's Volunteer Service
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59.2 Animals
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59.3 Association of American Broadcasting
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59.4-61.2 Blue Network radio talks (McClure Newspaper Syndicate)
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61.3 Children
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61.4 Civilian defense
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61.5 Correspondence
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61.6-8 Democracy, 1933-1942
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62.1 Dixie Bureau
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62.2 Fannie Hurst
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62.3 Housing
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62.4 In George's Room / The Chair under Mrs. Whistler
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62.5 Labor
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62.6 Lecture material (includes old lectures)
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62.7 Lecture tours
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63.1 Lectures
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63.2 Lectures, 1953
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63.3 Lectures, 1954
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63.4 Lectures, miscellaneous
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63.5-6 Literature
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63.7 Music
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64.1 National Broadcasting Co.
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64.2 Negro
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64.3 Paul Forester
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64.4 Phillips Lord
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64.5-6 Pleas for Funds
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64.7 Politics
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64.8 Radio (Tom Stix)
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64.9-65.2 Radio addresses (old)
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65.3 Radio broadcast (Zilch family)
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65.4 Radio-TV (personal appearances, 1956)
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65.5 Social
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65.6 Social problems
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65.7 Speech
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65.8 Television (Thanks for the Tip)
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65.9 United Service Organization
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65.10 Unidentified lectures
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65.11 Unidentified radio scripts
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65.12 Unidentified television
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65.13 War
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66.1-4 Women
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66.5 "X"
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66.6 Youth
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67.1-2 Miscellaneous
Subseries C. Unidentified
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67.5 By Right of Discovery / Life Savers / Poison Roses, scenarios?, 1925
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67.3 Caribbean? Here We Come!, article?, 1954
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67.4 D. F., article?
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67.6 Ellis Island
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67.7 The Good Fight
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67.8 I Have Been to Russia, article?
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67.9 No Story Like a Love Story, article?, 1954
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67.10 On Walking in Central Park…, 1944
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67.11 Pollack Anna, play?
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67.12 Send Her Over, article?, 1953
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67.13 Symphony of Six Million, screenplay?
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68.1 We Trust Them, article?, 1951
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68.2 The Young Prince
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68.3-7 Fragments
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69.1-3 Novel, main character Rosemary
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69.4 Play, characters Charvet, May
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69.5-6 Articles
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69.7-70.1 Galleys
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70.2-3 Short stories
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70.4-5 Miscellaneous

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Series II. Letters, 1928-1946

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81.2 A
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81.3 B
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81.4 C
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82.1 D-E
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82.2 F
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82.3 G
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82.4 H-I
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83.1 J-K
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83.2 L
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83.3 M-N
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83.4 O-Q
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84.1 R
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84.2 S
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84.3 T-V
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84.4 W-Z
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81.1 Unidentified
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71.1-72.2 Unsorted

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Series III. Recipient, 1910s-1965

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88.1 Aa-Ac
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88.2 Ad-Af
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89.1 Ag-Ak
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89.2 Al-Ald
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89.3 Ale-Alg
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89.4 Ali-All
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89.5 Alp-Alz
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90.1 Am-American A
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90.2 American B
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90.3-4 American C
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91.1 American D-F
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91.2 American G-I
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91.3 American J
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91.4 American K-L
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92.1 American M-P
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92.2 American R
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92.3 American S
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92.4 American T-V
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93.1 American W-Z
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93.3 American Weekly
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93.2 American Woman's Association
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93.4 Americans-Amz
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93.5 An
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94.2 Ap-Armu
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94.1 Appassionata
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94.3 Arn-Arz
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94.4 As-Association
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95.1 Ast-At
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95.2 Au-Az
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95.3 Authors' League of America
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96.1 Ba-Bae
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97.1-2 Back Street, 1926-1931
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96.2 Bag-Bal
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96.3 Ballou
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97.3 Bam-Barlow
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97.4 Barn-Baruch
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98.1 Bas-Baz
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98.2 Bea
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98.4 Bec-Bek
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98.3 Becker
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99.1 Bel-Bem
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99.2 Bell Syndicate
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99.3 Ben-Benny
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99.4 Bens-Bergquist
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99.5 Berk-Berwin
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100.1 Bes-Bevis
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100.2 Bh-Bj
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100.3 Bl-Blau
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100.4 Ble-Blumoff
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101.1 B'nai Birth Women
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101.2 Bo-Bom
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101.3 Bon-Bookseller
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101.4 Book and Author War Bond Committee
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101.5 Boomer-Borzage
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102.1 Bos-Bovard
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102.2 Bow-Boz
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102.3 Bra-Brashear
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102.4 Brat-Bre
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103.1 Bri-Bristow
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103.2 Brit-Bronx
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103.3 Brook-Broun
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103.4 Brooke-Bissel
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104.1 Brow-Bryne
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104.2 Browne
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108.2 Chambrun, Jaques
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108.3 Chanin, Clara
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110.3 Cohen, L.-Colgan
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110.4 College-Colville
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110.6 Columbia, 1959-1965
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110.5 Columbia Broadcasting System
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112.1 Coo-Coon
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113.1 Cot-Cou
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113.3 Cre-Cz
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114.2 1935-1939
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114.3 1940-1941
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114.4 1942
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114.5 1944-1946
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114.6 1947-1949
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114.7 1949-1951
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114.8 1953
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114.10 1955
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119.1 Der-Dez
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119.5 Diet
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119.4 Dixie Bureau
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120.1 Doa-Don
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120.2 Doran
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122.1 Doubleday
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122.3 Drei-Drz
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126.4 Fe-Fei
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142.1 Harg-Harp
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137.4 1914-1928
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137.5 1929-1930
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138.1 1931-1935
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138.2-3 1936
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138.4 1937
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139.2 1940-1941
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140.1 1943
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140.2 1944-1946
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140.3 1947-1960
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142.2 Harr-Harrison
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142.3 Harriss-Havoc
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143.2 Undated
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143.4 1 August 1935-8 February 1937
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143.5 Hawk-Haze
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146.1 Heckscher, August
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146.2 Heckscher, Virginia
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146.3 Heckscher Foundation
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148.3 Hop-Hor
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150.3 1943-1944
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149.2 Hos-Hov
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150.4 1935-1936
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150.5 1937-1947
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149.3 How-Hoy
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149.4 Howe, Louis McHenry, Colonel, White House
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151.2 Hurst
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152.2 Hurston, Zora Neale
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154.4 1931-1934
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154.5 1959
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154.6 Invitations, replies, 1959
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153.3 Int-International L
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153.4 International M-Inz
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154.7 International Mark Twain Society
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155.2 Jamb-Jewe
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156.1 Jew-Jewish
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155.3 Jewett, Rutger B.
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156.2 Jewish O-Z
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156.3 Jewish matters, 1935-1937
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157.1 Jof-Joh
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157.2 Joi-Jor
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157.3 Jos-Jz
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157.4 Judging
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158.1 K-Kal
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158.2 Kam-Kat
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158.3 Kau-Kaz
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158.4 Ke-Kel
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159.1 Kem-Kez
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159.2 Kenyon, Dorothy
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159.3 Ki-Kin
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159.4 Kio-Kis
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159.5 Kj-Knn
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160.1 Kno-Koe
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161.1 1923-1929
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161.2 1930-1935
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161.3 1936-1938
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161.4 1939-1940
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161.5 1941-1962
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160.2 Kof-Kq
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160.3 Kra-Kt
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160.4 Ku-Kz
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162.1 La-Laf
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163.1 1921-1940
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163.2 1941
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163.3-4 La Guardia, Fiorello H., Mrs., 1932-1947
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161.6 Labor
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162.2 Lag-Lah
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162.3 Lai-Lam
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162.4 Lan-Lap
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164.2 Las-Lat
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164.3 Lasky, Bessie, Jesse, & Lasky Studio
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164.4 Lau-Laz
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165.1 Lea-Lec
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165.2 League A-F
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165.3 League I-W
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163.5 Leahy, Saunders & Walter, 1925-1930
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165.4 Led-Leg
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165.5 Leh
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166.1 Lei-Len
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166.2 Leo-Let
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166.3 Leonard, J. Lynn, Dr.
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166.4 Leva-Levi
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167.1 Levy
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167.2 Levy, Mrs. Millie, Judge Samuel D., 1927-1950
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167.4 Lew-Lewis
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167.3 Lewis, "Frank"
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167.5 Lewis, Sinclair (also Grace Hegger)
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167.6 Lewisohn-Ley
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168.1 Lh
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168.3 Lie-Lim
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172.2 MacCabe-McCosker
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172.3 McClure Newspaper Syndicate
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173.1 McCosker-Hersfield Cardiac Foundation
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173.2 McCourtier-McEroy
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173.3 MacDougall, Alice Foote
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173.4 MacFadden-Mack
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173.5 Macfadden, Bernarr
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174.2 McLoughlin-Macy
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174.3 Mad-Mag
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174.4 Mah-Mam
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175.2 Manchester, New Hampshire
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175.3 Mann-Manne
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175.4 Manni-March
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175.5 Marbury, Elisabeth
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176.4 Mas-Matz
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177.4 Mehring, Carolyn and Ernest
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178.1 Mei-Mend
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178.2 Mene-Meq
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178.3 Mer-Mes
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179.1 Met-Mew
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179.2 Metropolitan Magazine
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179.3 Mex-Mez
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179.4 Mia-Milk
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180.1 Mill-Milz
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180.2 Mills, Emona
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180.3 Mills, Mary
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180.4 Milton, Robert
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180.5 Mim-Misr
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180.6 Miss-Miz
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181.2 Moo-Morf
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181.3 Morga-Morh
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181.4 Mori-Morz
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182.2 Mou-Mug
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182.3 Mur-Mx
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182.4 Murray-Jacoby family
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182.5 Mya-Myr
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183.2 National Aca-Az
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183.3 National Be-Buz
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183.4 National Broadcasting Company
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184.1 National Cancer Foundation-National Committee for the American School of Madrid
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184.2 National Committee on Household Employment-National Coordinating
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184.4 National Council-National Cyclopedia
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184.3 National Council of Christians and Jews
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184.5 National Council of Jewish Women
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184.6 National Council to Combat Blindness
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185.1 National D-G
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185.2 National Federation of Business & Professional Women's Clubs
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185.3 National Foundation for Infantile Paralysis
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185.4 National H-L
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185.5 National M-S
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185.6 National T-Z
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185.7 National Woman's Party
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186.1 Nav-Nev
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189.1 A-Nat
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189.2 NAACP
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189.3 National Health Circle
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189.4 Urban League
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189.5 Neg-U
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186.2 New Am-New Jer
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186.3 New K- New York B
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186.4 New York C-New York City Hou
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187.1 New York City Hud-New York Conf
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187.2 New York City Mayor's Commission on Unity
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188.1 1939-1940
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188.2 1964-1965
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188.3 New York D-K
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188.4 New York L-S
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190.1 New York T- New York's
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190.2 New York Times
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190.3 New York University
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190.5 Newark-Ney
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190.4 Newberry, J. S.
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190.6 Nic-Nit
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191.2 No Food with My Meals, 1935
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191.3 Nob-Nz
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191.4 Norris, Charles & Kathleen
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191.5 Noyes, Charles
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192.2 Od-Ol
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192.3 O'Dwyer, William
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192.4 Om-Op
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193.1 Or-Op
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193.2 Ou-Ov
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193.3 Ow-Ox
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194.1 1926-1933
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194.2 1934-1938
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194.3 1939-1954
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194.4 Owen tribute dinner
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195.1 P-Paq
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195.2 P.E.N.
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195.3 Par-Parke
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195.4 Paramount Pictures
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195.5 Paris Back Street
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195.6 Parkh-Pas
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195.7 Pat-Pd
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195.8 Patterson, Ada
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196.1 Pea-Pen
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196.2 Pearl, Raymond
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196.3 Peo-Pf
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196.4 People's Bank
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196.5 Person to Person Edward Murrow-CBS
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197.3 Pi-Piz
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197.4 Pictorial Review
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197.5 Pl-Pm
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197.6 Planned Parenthood Federation
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197.7 Pleased to Meet You
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198.2 Pollock, Channing & Anna
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199.2 Pregel, Boris & Alexandra
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199.3 A President Is Born
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199.5 Pu-Pz
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200.2 Rab-Ran
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200.3 RKO: Radio-Keith-Orpheum
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200.4 Raney, William
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200.5 Rap-Ray
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200.6 Raphel, Ruth
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201.2 Reader's Digest
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201.3 Real estate, 1931-1934
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201.4 Rei-Rep
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201.5 Requests for interviews, 1935-1936
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201.6 Res-Rez
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201.7 Reud, Robert
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201.8 Reynolds, Paul
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202.2 Richman-Ricks
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202.3 Richter, Irene
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202.4 Richter Rothschild, Albert
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202.6 Robb-Robi
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203.1 Roc-Roe
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203.2 Rockmore Associates
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203.3 Rollins College
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203.4 Rof-Rop
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205.2 1940-1962
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205.3 Mrs. Roosevelt's committee
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205.4 1931-1935
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205.5 1936-1945
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205.6 Roosevelt, Sara Delano
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204.1 Rose-Rosenblatt
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204.3 Rosenblum-Ross
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204.2 Rossen, Murry
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204.4 Rot-Roy
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204.5 Roxbury, N.Y.
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206.2 Rus-Ry
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206.3 Russell, Charles Edward
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206.4 Russell Sage College
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206.5 Russia, 1927-48
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207.1 Saa-Sag
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207.2 Sachs, Mary
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207.3 Sah-Sai
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208.2 1935-1939
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208.3 1940-1948
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207.4 Saj-Sam
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209.2 1950-1959
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209.3 1960-1969
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207.5 San-Sas
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207.6 Sanger, Margaret
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210.2 Saturday Evening Post
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210.3 Saunders, Lilian
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210.4 Saunders, Nancy
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210.5 Sb-Schl
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210.6 Schleier, Gertrude
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211.4 Sd-Sei
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211.5 Search, Mabel
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212.3 Sf-Shd
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212.4 Shanley, Ethel M.
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219.1-6 1958-1959 (unsorted)
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220.1-3 1958-1959 (unsorted)
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218.1-6 Letters re: Showcase & Anatomy of Me
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224.4 Stefansson, Vilhjalmur, 1922-1944
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225.1 Steq-Sth
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226.2 1930-1939
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226.3 1940-1949
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226.4 1950-1955
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226.5 1956-1962
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227.1 Sti-Stq
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227.2 Stix, Thomas L., 1933-1949
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227.4 Straus, Mitteldorfer
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227.5 Straw-Sty
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230.3 1939-1958
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230.4 1959-1965
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231.3 Towne, Charles 1921-1948
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232.3 Traubner, Milton
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232.5 Tweedie, Robert A.
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234.2 United Neighborhood & Housing of New York
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234.3 United S-Uz
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234.4 United Service Organization for National Defense
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235.2 United States A-S
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236.1 United States T-Z
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235.4 United States. Department of State, 1937-1952
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236.2 United States. Department of the Treasury
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235.3 United States. National Recovery Administration
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236.3 United States. Works Progress Administration, 1936-1941
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235.1 Universal Pictures Corporation
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237.1 Va-Vang
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237.3 1920-1939
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237.4 1940-1965
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238.2 Vi-Vk
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238.4 Vivisection Investigation League
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238.5 Vl-Vz
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240.2 Washington University
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240.3 Wasserman, Edward
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240.4 Watson, Thomas J.
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241.2 Wef-Wer
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241.3 Wells, Roxanne Lecture Bureau
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241.4 Wenner-Gren, Axel & Marguerite
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241.6 West, Rebecca
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242.2 Whalen, Grover
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242.3 Whiteplains-Whx
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242.4 Who's Who in America
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242.5 Wi-Wilk
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243.3 Wilm-Wilx
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243.4 Wim-Wk
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243.5 Wise, Louise and Stephen
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244.2 Woman's A-Z
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244.3 The Woman's Forum
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244.4 Women A-Z
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245.1 Women's A-C
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245.2 Women's Action Committee for Victory and Lasting Peace
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245.3 Women's D-M
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245.5 Women's Trade Union League of New York
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245.4 Women's N-Womz
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246.2 Wor-Woz
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246.3 Worden, Helen
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246.4 World Center for Women's Archives
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246.5 World Education Service Council, Inc.
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247.2 Writer's Digest
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247.3 Writer's War Board
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248.2 Yo-Young Men's
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248.3 Young N-Yz
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249.3 Zo-Zz
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249.4 Zuckerman, Anne & (Mrs. Henry)
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Series IV. Miscellaneous, 1914-1965, undated

Bank statements, 1933-1934
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250.1 1933
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250.2 1934
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251.1 1931
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251.2 1932-1933
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251.3 1934
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251.4 1935-1936
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252.1 1937-1939
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252.2 1937
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252.3 1938
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252.4 1939
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252.5 1940
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252.6 1941
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252.7-253.5 Miscellaneous
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254.1-2 Bills paid
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254.3 Miscellaneous
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254.4 Psychology
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254.5 Harper & Brothers
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255.1 Calendars, 1922-1929
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255.5 M-T
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256.1 W; 1947-1953
Clippings
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256.2 About Fannie Hurst
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256.15 M
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256.18 P
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257.8 Miscellaneous
Correspondence (Third-Party)
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72.3 Unidentified
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72.4 A
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72.5 B
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73.1-2 Begging letters
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73.3-5 Biographical
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73.6 Book withdrawals
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73.7 C
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257.9 Civil defense, 1942-1944
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74.1 D
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74.2-5 Danielson, Jacques
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74.6 Dinner parties
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74.7 E
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74.8 F
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76.6 G
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77.1 H
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77.2 I
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77.3 J
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77.4 K
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77.5 L
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77.6-7 M
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257.10 Matinee, 1953
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78.1 N-O
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257.11 New apartment, 1937
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78.2 P
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78.3 Personal
Printed matter
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78.4 Books
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78.5-79.1 Magazines
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79.2 R
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79.3 S
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79.4 Saunders, Lilian
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79.5 Stefansson, Vilhjalmur
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80.1 T
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80.2 U
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80.3 V
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80.4 W
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80.5 XYZ
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80.6-7 Unsorted
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257.12-15 Unsorted
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257.16 Diary of travel, addresses
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258.1-3 Envelopes
Fan mail, 1925-1965
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259.1-3 1925-1926
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260.1-2 1927-1928
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260.3 1928
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261.1-2 1929-1930
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262.1-3 1931
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262.4-5 1932
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263.1 1933
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263.2-3 1933-1934
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75.1 1934-1935
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264.1 1934-1935
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264.2-3 1935-1936
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265.1-4 1937-1940
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266.1 1942
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266.2 1942 (Blue Network)
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75.2-4 1944-1946
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266.3 1944-1948
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75.5 1946-1947 (Saturday Home Magazine)
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76.1 1946-1947 (radio)
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76.2 1948-1949
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267.1 1949-1950
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76.3 1950
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267.2-3 1950
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268.1-2 1950-1951
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268.3 1951-1952
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76.4 1953
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76.5 1954
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269.1 1955
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269.2 1956
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269.3 1956-1959
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269.4 1958-1960 (Anatomy of Me)
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269.5 1960-1965
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270.1 Lecture letters, 1932-1938
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270.2-271.3 Unsorted, 1914-1960
Financial, 1940-1954
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272.1 1940-1944
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272.2 1949-1952
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272.3 1954
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272.4-273.2 Miscellaneous
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273.3 It's a Problem (television show, 1952)
Lists
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273.4 Contents of library
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273.5 Documents of Samuel and Rose Hurst
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273.6 General lecture folder
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273.7 King Features Syndicate stories
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273.8 Parties
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274.1 Medical, Life Extension Institute, 1934-1936
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274.2 Money (foreign currency)
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274.3 Passports
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274.4 Publicity
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274.5 Requests to read manuscripts, 1956-1964
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274.6-7 Miscellaneous
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275 Oversize, clippings of short stories, A-Z

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