Reminiscenes of Eric Hodgins : oral history, 1969.

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Reminiscenes of Eric Hodgins : oral history, 1969.

Paley Commission; speech writing for Adlai Stevenson campaign, 1952; education, early experience in journalism: YOUTH'S COMPANION, 1920s; FORTUNE in the 1930s; TIME during World War II; Henry R. Luce; writing of the BLANDINGS books and EPISODE.

Transcript: 162 leaves.Tape: 5 reels.

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