Papers, 1962-2000.

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Taggart, John, 1942-. Papers, 1962-2000.

Papers, 1962-2000.

Manuscripts, typescripts, journals, notebooks, and correspondence document Taggart's literary and scholarly career.

19.8 linear ft. (50 archives boxes, 1 records carton, 2 oversize file folders)

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