Memorandum concerning the activities and projects of the Joyce Memorial fund committee, 21 May 1941.

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Jolas, M. Memorandum concerning the activities and projects of the Joyce Memorial fund committee, 21 May 1941.

Memorandum concerning the activities and projects of the Joyce Memorial fund committee, 21 May 1941.

Carbon copy typescript memorandum of the Joyce Memorial Fund Committee which was formed in October 1940. The memorandum concerns the raising of funds to cover the deposit required by the Swiss government in connection with the entry of James Joyce and his family into Switzerland. The typescript belonged to Edmund Wilson, a member of the committee, along with Maria Jolas, Eugene Jolas, Mary Colum, Padraic Colum, James Sweeney, Thornton Wilder, B.W. Huebsch, Robert Castor and Bennet Cerf. Accompanying the memorandum is a carbon copy typed letter, signed, from Maria Jolas to Edmund Wilson.

Memorandum, 3 l. 27.5 cm.Letter, 1 l. 27.5 cm.

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Jolas, M.

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