Additional papers of Eve Merriam, ca. 1930-1992.


Additional papers of Eve Merriam, ca. 1930-1992.

Collection includes correspondence, draft and published writings, royalty statements, journals, notebooks, publicity materials, etc. Also includes audiotapes and videotapes shelved and described separately.

21.89 linear ft. (52 + 1/2 file boxes) plus 1 folio folder, 4 folio+ folders, 1 oversized folder, 1 supersized folder, 13 photograph folders.

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