Letters : Cornish, NH, to Butch Huff, Ironton, OH, 1989 January 12, January 24, July 21.

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Salinger, J. D. (Jerome David), 1919-2010. Letters : Cornish, NH, to Butch Huff, Ironton, OH, 1989 January 12, January 24, July 21.

Letters : Cornish, NH, to Butch Huff, Ironton, OH, 1989 January 12, January 24, July 21.

3 T.L.S., 1 with 2 enclosures. Letter of January 12 encloses photcopy of chapter, "Go beyond the I-am-the-body idea" from unnamed book, and photocopy of excerpt of article, "Test and testimony," from publication, Crossroads. Letter of January 24 contains recommendation to read Talks with Sri Ramana Maharshi.

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Huff, Butch.

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Salinger, J. D. (Jerome David), 1919-2010

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Jerome David Salinger is infamously reclusive, and there are few known facts about his life. He was born on January 1, 1919, to an upper-middle–class family in New York City. His Jewish father, Sol, worked as an importer of ham. His mother, Miriam (born Marie Jillich), was of Scotch-Irish descent. His one sister, Doris, is eight years his senior. As a child, Salinger attended schools near his home in Manhattan. In 1932 he was enrolled in the McBurney School, a private institution t...