Letter, Jackson, Miss., to Mr. Cohn [manuscript] 1946 June 8.


Letter, Jackson, Miss., to Mr. Cohn [manuscript] 1946 June 8.

The author thanks Mr. Cohn for a present. Contract, 1954 Nov. 30, between Eudora Welty and Joseph Fields and Jerome Chodorov for a dramatization of her novel The ponder heart [7 l. typescript carbon copy 34 cm.].

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