Papers, 1958-1996.

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Mayer, Bernadette. Papers, 1958-1996.

Papers, 1958-1996.

Papers of an experimental American woman writer. The collection includes correspondence from a wide range of contemporary writers and some of Mayer's students, notebooks and loose notes, manuscripts for published and unpublished writings, teaching materials, photographs of family and friends, and audiorecordings of Lewis Warsh's readings and comments about his experiences at Harvard University in 1972.

24.5 lin. ft. (60 archives boxes, 1 card file box, and 5 oversize folders)

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