James T. Farrell-Cleo Paturis papers, 1909-2006, bulk 1949-2004.

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Farrell, James T. (James Thomas), 1904-1979. James T. Farrell-Cleo Paturis papers, 1909-2006, bulk 1949-2004.

James T. Farrell-Cleo Paturis papers, 1909-2006, bulk 1949-2004.

Letters, writings, reviews, miscellany, photographs and audio tapes of James T. Farrell and his longtime companion, Cleo Paturis, all relating to Farrell.

2 cubic ft. (4 boxes)

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