Eddie Woods papers, circa 1957- 2009.

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Eddie Woods papers, circa 1957- 2009.

The Eddie Woods papers consist of personal and business correspondence, diaries, rare books and periodicals, manuscripts, ephemera, assorted printed matter, original artwork, photographs, and audiovisual materials.

76.0 Linear feet (92 manuscript boxes, 2 half boxes, 4 flat boxes, 39 map folders, 1 roll; 161 audio cassettes, 11 VHS, 1 KCA64 videocassette, 1 8mm film reel, 1 HDV tape.)

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Dorn, Edward

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Kerouac, Jan, 1952-....

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Micheline, Jack, 1929-1998

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