Jessica Mitford Papers 1949-73


Jessica Mitford Papers TXRC91-A11., 1949-73

Jessica Mitford Papers 1949-73

Correspondence, printed material, reports, notes, interviews, manuscripts, legal documents, and other materials represent Jessica Mitford's work on her three investigatory books and comprise the bulk of these papers.


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