Kay Boyle letters to Allan Ross Macdougall, 1930-1934.


Kay Boyle letters to Allan Ross Macdougall, 1930-1934.

Letters from Boyle in Europe to Macdougal ("Dougie")in the United States detail her writing projects and daily news about her circle of friends. Included are a wedding invitation, one carbon copy of a letter from Macdougall to Boyle (undated), and two drafts of a piece of writing by Boyle: "A Waterfront for Allan Ross Macdougall".

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