Frances Sharf Fink letters from various correspondents, 1924-1963.

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Frances Sharf Fink letters from various correspondents, 1924-1963.

Frances Sharf Fink letters from various correspondents, 1924-1963.

Primarily personal letters to the American writer Frances Sharf Fink and her husband, Nathan H. Fink.

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