Robert Hardy Andrews collection, 1925-1985.

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Robert Hardy Andrews collection, 1925-1985.

Correspondence, manuscripts (novels, screenplays, radio scripts, short stories, teleplays, articles, poems, essays, and articles), photographs, printed material, film reels, audiotapes, scrapbooks, professional material, printed material, financial material, and research papers.

36 linear ft.

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