Papers, ca. 1935-1987, bulk (1961-1987).

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Moss, Howard, 1922-1987. Papers, ca. 1935-1987, bulk (1961-1987).

Papers, ca. 1935-1987, bulk (1961-1987).

Collection consists of correspondence, manuscripts, photographs, personal papers, tape recording, and printed matter documenting Moss's career as poet, essayist, dramatist, and editor.

15 linear feet.

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