Denise Levertov papers, circa 1918-1996.

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Levertov, Denise, 1923-1997. Denise Levertov papers, circa 1918-1996.

Denise Levertov papers, circa 1918-1996.

Correspondence, manuscripts, datebooks, diaries, notebooks, political statements and speeches, literary publications, photographs, some student papers and teaching materials, her mother's diaries, and manuscripts of, among others, Robert Duncan.

170 linear feet.

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