Philip Caraman, SJ, papers, 1928-1998.

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Philip Caraman, SJ, papers, 1928-1998.

The bulk of the papers is correspondence between Caraman and other Jesuits, authors, and poets, including Sir John Betjeman, Martin D'Arcy, SJ, Bishop John Gran, Graham Greene, SJ, Peter Levi, André Malraux, Norman Sherry, Dame Edith Sitwell, Muriel Spark, Francis Sweeney, SJ, Lady Catherine Walston, and Evelyn Waugh, regarding both personal and professional matters. Some of the writers are further represented by photographs and clippings. The papers also include manuscripts and typescripts of Caraman's novels, essays, articles, sermons and book reviews, and other writings.

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