Rose Graubart Ignatow Papers, 1937-1989

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Rose Graubart Ignatow Papers, 1937-1989

Rose Graubart Ignatow Papers, 1937-1989

Papers of Rose Graubart Ignatow, artist, poet and author. Materials include correspondence with friends and subjects of her drawings; letters from her husband, poet David Ignatow; and materials reflecting her career in art. The collection is arranged in two series: 1) CORRESPONDENCE and 2) MISCELLANEOUS MATERIALS.

2.30 linear feet; (6 archives boxes, 1 oversize folder)

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