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HEM 219 Oral History interview: Mary Hemingway, 21 June 1973

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Digital Identifier:
EHMISC-009-015
Title:
HEM 219 Oral History interview: Mary Hemingway, 21 June 1973
Date(s) of Materials:
21 June 1973
Folder Description:
Interview of Mary Hemingway by Jo August and E. William Johnson for the Kennedy Library, New York, NY, 21 June 1973. Discusses her donation of the Hemingway Collection to the John F. Kennedy Library. Typed transcript, 49 pages.
Extent:
49 digital pages
Collection:
Hemingway Miscellaneous Accessions Collection
Finding Aid | Digitized Content
Series Number:
1.
Preferred Citation:
Hemingway Miscellaneous Accessions Collection. Miscellaneous Accessions. HEM 219 Oral History interview: Mary Hemingway, 21 June 1973. EHMISC-009-015. John F. Kennedy Presidential Library and Museum
Physical Description:
49 digital pages
Media Type:
Paper
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