Noël Riley Fitch papers, 1858-2002 (bulk 1965-1995)


Noël Riley Fitch papers, 1858-2002 (bulk 1965-1995)

Consists primarily of the papers of Noël Riley Fitch relating primarily to her two books, SYLVIA BEACH AND THE LOST GENERATION: A HISTORY OF LITERARY PARIS IN THE TWENTIES AND THIRTIES (1983) and WALKS IN HEMINGWAY'S PARIS: A GUIDE FOR THE LITERARY TRAVELER (1990), as well as her thesis, dissertation, and other writings about Sylvia Beach (1887-1962), the American proprietress of the bookshop Shakespeare and Company in Paris, France.

16.4 linear ft. (37 boxes, 1 oversize folder)


SNAC Resource ID: 7548310

Princeton University Library

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