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Graham Greene letters, 1933-1990

Series I: Graham Greene Letters, 1933-1990, undated

This collection is arranged in a single series, and contains 3 folders: Graham Greene Letters to Mercia Ryhiner Schwob Tinker Harrison, 1933-1990, undated; Letters to Mercia Ryhiner Schwob Tinker Harrison, 193-1990; and Postcards, 1950's-1969.

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Box 1 Folder 1 Graham Greene Letters to Mercia Ryhiner Schwob Tinker Harrison, 1933-1990, undated

Folder 1, Graham Greene Letters to Mercia Ryhiner Schwob Tinker Harrison, contains the personal letters from Greene to Harrison spanning almost 70 years (1933-1990). The letters describe their personal relationship as well as Greene's literary pursuits and his thoughts on various dramatizations of his written works. A memorandum of an agreement concerning the dramatization of Greene's A Man Within (1929) is also located in this folder.


Box 1 Folder 2 Letters to Mercia Ryhiner Schwob Tinker Harrison, 1953-1976, 1990

Folder 2 contains 10 personal letters to Mercia Ryhiner Schwob Tinker Harrison from various other persons, from 1953-1990, including medical researcher Albert Sabin, American cartoonist Hank Ketcham, and others.



Folder 3 Postcards, 1953-1969

Folder 3 contains postcards from Graham Greene to Harrison from the 1950's-1969. The postcards came to Harrison from many places around the world, including Italy, Spain, Singapore, Capri, and London.