Nathan Halper Papers 1923-1986.

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Nathan Halper Papers, 1923-1986.

Nathan Halper Papers 1923-1986.

13.26 linear ft. ( 28 Boxes, & 1 Flat Box).

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Halper, Nathan.

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Mailer, Norman

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Ellmann, Richard, 1918-1987

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Motherwell, Robert

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