Lewis J. Paper papers


Lewis J. Paper papers


Contains research materials used by Paper in the writing of two of his books: Brandeis, An Intimate Biography, Empire: William S. Paley and the Making of CBS. Although Mr. Paper's manuscripts can be found, much of the collection consists of photocopies of original materials located in other repositories.

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