Millicent Dillon Papers 1905-1990


Millicent Dillon Papers 1905-1990

This collection contains Dillon'snotebooks, index cards, typescripts, correspondence, photographs, cassette tapes,and clippings, much of which relates to the biography and her otherwritings about Jane Bowles' life and works. The collection also contains materialsDillon collected by Paul and Jane Bowles, including Jane Bowles' notebooks,typescripts, correspondence, photographs, and legal documents, and Paul Bowles'correspondence and clippings. ALittle Original Sin: The Life and Works of Jane Bowles


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