William S. Burroughs Papers, WSB98 [ca. 1964- ca. 1986].

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Burroughs, William S., 1914-1997. William S. Burroughs Papers, WSB98 [ca. 1964- ca. 1986].

William S. Burroughs Papers, WSB98 [ca. 1964- ca. 1986].

177 folders and other material in 29 boxes.

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