Felix Doherty Typescripts, [1978?]-[not after 1996].

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Doherty, Felix, 1908-. Felix Doherty Typescripts, [1978?]-[not after 1996].

Felix Doherty Typescripts, [1978?]-[not after 1996].

Consists of eleven typescript plays of Doherty's cycle A HOUSE DIVIDED, all of which concern the 16th century Reformation. Each play contains a postscript discussing relevant historical and biographical material, and also includes an annotated bibliography.

.75 linear ft. (2 boxes)

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