Lillian Herlands Hornstein Papers 1930-1980


Lillian Herlands Hornstein Papers 1930-1980

The Hornstein collection documents the work of a prominent Chaucerian and English scholar whose entire career developed at New York University. The collection contains Hornstein's research material on Chaucer's literature, including correspondence, bibliographical indexes, manuscripts, papers and articles.

30.0 linear feet; 30 linear feet (26 boxes)

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