Conrad Aiken letters, 1951-1962.

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Aiken, Conrad, 1889-1973. Conrad Aiken letters, 1951-1962.

Conrad Aiken letters, 1951-1962.

This small group of letters and notes includes 2 TLS from Aiken to "Mr. Cole" (27 Sep, 14 Oct 1951); 9 TLS and 1 postcard from Aiken to Arthur A. Cohen of Meridian Books (4 May 1958-10 Aug 1959); 1 TLS from Aiken to Mary Louise Vincent of World Publishing Company; and 1 typed note (3 lines), signed. Letters and notes concern Aiken's publications, publishing negotiations, reviews, other authors, and some personal matters.

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