Papers of John C. Rogers [manuscript] 1972-1973.

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Rogers, John Carr, d. 1979. Papers of John C. Rogers [manuscript] 1972-1973.

Papers of John C. Rogers [manuscript] 1972-1973.

The collection contains six letters, a postcard, an article and a photograph of Rogers. Correspondents include Murrell Edmunds commenting on Stringfellow Barr, Jr., Sarah Patton Boyle and Harry Byrd, Jr.; Sally Brown enclosing an article about Jack Conroy; Grant Code on current activities; Jack Conroy accepting an [article?] for publication and commenting on the 1972 election and his anthology "Writers in revolt"; and Malcom Cowley thanking him for news of Grant Code. With these is another article on Conroy and a photoraph of Rogers.

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Conroy, Jack, 1898-1990

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Rogers, John Carr, d. 1979.

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American writer. From the description of Letters to John Carr Rogers, [manuscript], 1971-1972. (University of Virginia). WorldCat record id: 647809564 ...

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Edmunds, Murrell, 1898-1981

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Code, Grant Hyde

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