Papers, 1944-1978.

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Newman, Edwin H. Papers, 1944-1978.

Papers, 1944-1978.

Papers of an author and NBC news commentator and drama critic, comprised of fan mail, annotated playbills and programs, television scripts, and transcripts.

9.2 c.f. (23 archives boxes),1 tape recording, and2 disc recordings; plusadditions of 7.6 c.f.

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