[Free lance archives]. [ca. 1964]-1969.

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Abbe, George, 1911-1989. [Free lance archives].

[Free lance archives]. [ca. 1964]-1969.

Consists of the extant records of Free lance. Includes most of the manuscripts submitted to the magazine, editorial matter, and correspondence. Manuscripts and correspondence from a number of authors are present, including George Abbe, Robert Bly, R.P. Dickey, Allen Ginsberg, Pamela Hadas, Will Inman, Maxine Kumin, Thomas Merton, Howard Nemerov, Charles Olson, Howard Schwartz, Robert Sward, and others.

845 items (7 boxes) ; 10 x 45 x 31 cm.

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