Richard Brautigan Papers, 1942-2003, (bulk 1958-1984)


Richard Brautigan Papers, 1942-2003, (bulk 1958-1984)

Contain manuscripts, notebooks, correspondence, financial and travel records, records of his literary agent The Helen Brann Agency, clippings, reviews, publicity and flyers, a few photographs and some personal items.

Number of containers: 9 boxes, 10 cartons, and 4 oversize folders; Linear feet: 15.9


SNAC Resource ID: 6662534

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