Personal correspondence, 1922-1981 (bulk, 1950-1981).

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Lenya, Lotte, 1898-1981. Personal correspondence, 1922-1981 (bulk, 1950-1981).

Personal correspondence, 1922-1981 (bulk, 1950-1981).

Correspondence. For Lenya's business correspondence, cf. Ser.42; for her papers, cf. Ser.35.

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