Paul Burgess Fay files and manuscript for his book, The pleasure of his company, 1966-1967.

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Fay, Paul B. (Paul Burgess), 1918-2009. Paul Burgess Fay files and manuscript for his book, The pleasure of his company, 1966-1967.

Paul Burgess Fay files and manuscript for his book, The pleasure of his company, 1966-1967.

Material relating to various stages in the researching, writing, publication, and promotion of THE PLEASURE OF HIS COMPANY, by Paul B. Fay, Jr., a longtime friend of John F. Kennedy. Includes manuscript, galleys, correspondence, and notes.

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