William Abrahams papers, 1945-1998.


Abrahams, William Miller, 1919-1998. William Abrahams papers, 1945-1998.

William Abrahams papers, 1945-1998.

The William Abrahams papers include extensive materials on the scores of books that he edited under his own imprint, and for such publishing houses as the Atlantic Monthly Press, Holt Rinehart and Winston, and Dutton. In addition to the working drafts, typescripts, research notes, and correspondence of the writers Abrahams edited, his papers also contain the research notes and correspondence related to the books Abrahams co-authored with his collaborator, Stanford history professor Peter Stansky.

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