Letters to his wife, Estelle, and daughter, Jill, [manuscript], 1942-1957.

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Faulkner, William, 1897-1962. Letters to his wife, Estelle, and daughter, Jill, [manuscript], 1942-1957.

Letters to his wife, Estelle, and daughter, Jill, [manuscript], 1942-1957.

Faulkner's letters were written primarily from California, where he was working for Warner Brothers studio. He discusses family news, household finances, working for Warner Brothers, Burbank, Ca., during World War II, travel plans, Hollywood personalities, horses and Jill's riding. The collection also contains a letter of thanks from Vicki Fielden, a photograph of Faulkner in the Mojave Desert, and 2 Hollywood Golf Course score cards.

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