Helen A.P. Merriman papers [manuscript], 1923-1938, undated.


Helen A.P. Merriman papers [manuscript], 1923-1938, undated.

Helen A.P. Merriman papers [manuscript], 1923-1938, undated.

Helen A.P. Merriman papers document the purchase of materials for the Merriman - Rudyard Kipling Collection and contains invoices and lists of Kipling works for purchase. Collection was purchased by E. Bruce Merriman chiefly from E.P. Dutton and Bernard Quaritch.

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