Leo Lerman papers, 1893-1995 [Bulk Dates: 1937-1994].


Lerman, Leo, 1914-1994. Leo Lerman papers, 1893-1995 [Bulk Dates: 1937-1994].

Leo Lerman papers, 1893-1995 [Bulk Dates: 1937-1994].

Collection contains papers related to Leo Lerman's professional life as a writer, magazine editor-- including a long-time editor with Condé Nast. Nast working with publications such as Vogue, House and Garden, and Vanity Fair. The collection contains correspondence, subject files, editorial and professional files, and research notes as well as personal materials photographs. Much of the material was preliminarily organized and annotated by Stephen Pascal, Lerman's long-time assistant and the editor of The Grand Surprise: The Journals of Leo Lerman. Mr. Pascal has provided dates and contextual information for much material in the collection, and any such notes found in the papers should be assumed to have been generated by him, with the assistance of Gray Foy and Richard Hunter.

102.54 linear ft. (103 boxes: 90 record storage cartons, 5 document boxes, 1 oversized document box, 7 flat boxes).

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