Carl Van Vechten papers, 1833-1965, bulk (1920-1940).

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Van Vechten, Carl, 1880-1964. Carl Van Vechten papers, 1833-1965, bulk (1920-1940).

Carl Van Vechten papers, 1833-1965, bulk (1920-1940).

Papers reflect Van Vechten's social life and professional career as a writer, photographer and patron of the arts; they also document Van Vechten's literary and artistic circle of friends and colleagues.

156.3 linear feet (207 boxes, 339 v.).Diaries, 1922 and 1927: 1 microfilm reel.

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