Correspondence of Reinhardt and Potter with publishers (not indexed) and individuals, filed approximately alphabetically by Reinhardt, from whom permission was sought to include material in the anthology Sense of humour edited by Stephen Potter. Corr... 1953-1954

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Correspondence of Reinhardt and Potter with publishers (not indexed) and individuals, filed approximately alphabetically by Reinhardt, from whom permission was sought to include material in the anthology Sense of humour edited by Stephen Potter. Corr..., 1953-1954

Correspondence of Reinhardt and Potter with publishers (not indexed) and individuals, filed approximately alphabetically by Reinhardt, from whom permission was sought to include material in the anthology Sense of humour edited by Stephen Potter. Corr... 1953-1954

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