Lowell-Adams House Printers papers, 1964-1972 (inclusive) 1964-1966 (bulk).

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Lowell-Adams House Printers papers, 1964-1972 (inclusive) 1964-1966 (bulk).

Lowell-Adams House Printers papers, 1964-1972 (inclusive) 1964-1966 (bulk).

Correspondence of and manuscripts printed by the Lowell-Adams House Printers, Harvard College students who hand printed limited edition broadsides of poems and essays.

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