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Jacques Barzun papers, 1900-1999

Series XV: 1989 Gift

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Correspondence:



Box 355 About Berlioz, 1957-88, (3 folders)


Box 355 About writings, 1985-88, (3 folders)


Box 355 American Philosophical Society, 1986-88



Box 356 By or about Herbert Jacobson, Lionel and others, 1986-89


Box 356 Catalogue of Crime, 1986-88


Box 356 Columbia University, 1987-88


Box 356 Council for Basic Education, 1986-88


Box 356 Encyclopedia Britannica, 1988 , (2 folders)


Box 356 General, 1987-89



Box 357 Lectures, 1982-87, (2 folders)


Box 357 Lectures and articles, 1986-88


Box 357 Recommendations, 1984-88


Box 357 Tolstoy: The Ultimate Reconciliation, 1983-89, (2 folders)


Box 357 U.S. English, 1985-88



Box 358 Correspondence with Charles Miller concerning his Auden: An American Friendship, 1981-1987


Box 358 Correspondence with James Trefil, 1979-88


Box 358 Correspondence with publishers, 1986-88, (2 folders)


Box 358 Correspondence with William Krsner and a synopsis of a proposed novel, 1982-88


Box 358 Correspondence with writers, 1987-88, (3 folders)


Box 358 A Word or Two Before You Go ..., 1987-88


Box 358 Documents: Book dealer invoices, 1976-85



Box 359 Articles by Barzun A --Z, 1986-89



Box 360 Lectures by Barzun chronological, 1986-87


Crime Fiction, 1952-89:



Box 361 Arrangements, invitations and publicity


Box 361 Articles, published and unpublished


Box 361 Miscellaneous


Box 361 Notes, letters, reports on Catalogue of Crime and Fifty Classics of Crime


One correspondence file box of personal correspondence and documents shelved with the other restricted unnumbered containers.

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