William Safire Papers 1949-2009

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William Safire Papers, 1949-2009

William Safire Papers 1949-2009

Spanning 1949 to 2009, the William SafirePapers comprises research files, notes, incoming correspondence and bookmanuscripts of the American author and journalist (1929-2009). Reflecting hisinterest in both politics and lexicography, the collection documentsSafire's dual career as political and language columnist for the and chairman of the Dana Foundation. New York Times

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