Letters and cards (51) : Wellfleet, Mass. ; New York, Boonville, and Talcottville, New York ; London ; and Israel, to Clelia D. Carey, 1961-1971.

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Wilson, Edmund, 1895-1972. Letters and cards (51) : Wellfleet, Mass. ; New York, Boonville, and Talcottville, New York ; London ; and Israel, to Clelia D. Carey, 1961-1971.

Letters and cards (51) : Wellfleet, Mass. ; New York, Boonville, and Talcottville, New York ; London ; and Israel, to Clelia D. Carey, 1961-1971.

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