Edward Jablonski and LawrenceD. Stewart Collection 1931-1973

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Edward Jablonski and Lawrence D. Stewart Collection TXRC93-A39., 1931-1973

Edward Jablonski and LawrenceD. Stewart Collection 1931-1973

The collection wasgenerated by the collaborative literary efforts of Jablonski and Stewart duringthe writing of (1958, and 2nd edition1973) and (1973), a musicsong book with illustrations and text. Among the papers are the authors'research materials, correspondence, transcripts of interviews, outlines,holograph and typed manuscripts, galley proofs, page proofs, layout dummies,illustrations and captions, bibliographical notes, and pressclippings. The Gershwin Years The Gershwin Years in Song

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