Marion Meade Papers on Dorothy Parker 1859-2008.

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Marion Meade Papers on Dorothy Parker, 1859-2008.

Marion Meade Papers on Dorothy Parker 1859-2008.

This collection consists of correspondence, manuscripts, notes, notebooks, illustrations, photographs, audio cassettes, and printed materials related to Meade's research on Dorothy Parker.

9 linear ft.,(18 document boxes; 1 Flat Box #317).

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