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[Writings]: Draft treatment, 1998 [3 of 3 folders]

[Writings]: Draft treatment, 1998 [3 of 3 folders]
1998
84 digital pages
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Reynolds, Michael Shane, 1937-2000
MSRPP-011-015
Michael S. Reynolds Personal Papers. Working Files and Research Materials, 1976-2000. [Writings]: Draft treatment, 1998 [3 of 3 folders]. MSRPP-011-015. John F. Kennedy Presidential Library and Museum
This series consists of personal and professional files maintained by Michael S. Reynolds as an author and scholar of Ernest Hemingway, and a professor of English. Materials primarily consist of research materials for books and articles written about Ernest Hemingway, and include correspondence, interview transcripts, research notes, and writings.
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