Robert L. Duffus papers, 1923-1970.

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Duffus, R. L. (Robert Luther), 1888-1972. Robert L. Duffus papers, 1923-1970.

Robert L. Duffus papers, 1923-1970.

The collection follows the major stages in the works of Robert L. Duffus, from typewritten drafts to final proofs. Also included are tearsheets of articles and NEW YORK TIMES editorials by Mr. Duffus, and an addition of manuscripts of books, newsclippings, and correspondence.

10.5 linear feet.

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