Derek Stanford collection, 1938-1979.

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Stanford, Derek. Derek Stanford collection, 1938-1979.

Derek Stanford collection, 1938-1979.

The collection consists of some personal and literary papers of Derek Stanford from 1938 to 1979. The papers include correspondence, literary notebooks, literary manuscripts and typescripts, and collected printed material. Of particular note are manuscripts and background materials for THE WEATHER WITHIN and TIME IS A PLACE.

3 linear ft. (6 boxes)

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