Harry Altshuler papers 1944-1994


Harry Altshuler papers 1944-1994

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania native Harry Altshuler (c.1913-1990) was a journalist, literary agent, and author. This collection of his papers reflects his years as a literary agent, containing numerous tearsheets of stories sold by Altshuler as well as his business correspondence with authors and literary representatives.

3 linear feet (6 boxes)



SNAC Resource ID: 6353212

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