Art Buchwald papers, 1952-1990.

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Buchwald, Art. Art Buchwald papers, 1952-1990.

Art Buchwald papers, 1952-1990.

Papers of Art Buchwald, an author and humorist, consisting of correspondence and book and column manuscripts. The processed portion is summarized above, dates 1952-1976, and is described in the register. Additional accessions date 1963-1990 and are described below.

2.2 c.f. (6 archives boxes); plusadditions of 3.4 c.f.

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