Jean Toomer papers, 1898-1963 (inclusive), 1920-1954 (bulk).

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Toomer, Jean, 1894-1967. Jean Toomer papers, 1898-1963 (inclusive), 1920-1954 (bulk).

Jean Toomer papers, 1898-1963 (inclusive), 1920-1954 (bulk).

The papers contain correspondence, drafts of unpublished books, essays, and other writings, together with personal papers documenting Toomer's life, primarily after his Harlem Renaissance period, and papers on Marjory Latimer Toomer. Correspondents include Charles Dupee, Waldo Front, Mabel Dodge Luhan, Margaret Naumberg, and Russell S. Walcott.

40.33 linear ft. (95 boxes)

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