Richard Wilson Papers 1940-1987

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Richard Wilson Papers, 1940-1987

Richard Wilson Papers 1940-1987

Correspondence, press releases and documents (1940-1945); typescript draft and manuscript short stories, plays, and novels; photographs; and published material.

20.0 linear ft.

eng,

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