Irvin Stock papers 1882–2004


Irvin Stock papers 1882–2004

The Irvin Stock papers, spanning the dates 1882 to 2004, comprise 4.3 linear feet of manuscripts, books, letters, newspaper and magazine articles, advertisements, and teaching materials documenting the life and work of the American literary scholar Irvin Stock.

4.3 linearft.; (5 boxes)




SNAC Resource ID: 6363706

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McCarthy, Mary, 1912-1989 (person)

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Trilling, Lionel, 1905-1975 (person)

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