William Zinsser Papers ca. 1946-1998

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William Zinsser Papers, ca. 1946-1998

William Zinsser Papers ca. 1946-1998

William Zinsser's papers include correspondence, manuscripts, scrapbooks, reviews and teaching materials relating to his career as a writer, editor, and educator.

12.0 Linear feet; (9 boxes)

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