Papers, 1938- [present].

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Harrison, Jim, 1937-. Papers, 1938- [present].

Papers, 1938- [present].

The Jim Harrison collection documents the life and work of Michigan-born writer, Jim Harrison, from 1938 to the present. It contains original manuscripts and typescripts of his writing, extensive correspondence files, reviews and writings about Harrison, and photographs.

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