Robin Dalton Correspondence 1960-2006, undated (bulk 1968-1979)

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Robin Dalton Correspondence, 1960-2006, undated (bulk 1968-1979)

Robin Dalton Correspondence 1960-2006, undated (bulk 1968-1979)

The Robin Dalton Correspondenceconsists of two boxes of typed and handwritten personal and professionalcorrespondence, including letters, postcards, Christmas cards, newspaper clippings,typed manuscripts, press releases, three photographs, and promotional materialdating from 1960-2006 (bulk 1968-1979).

2 boxes (0.84 linear feet)

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