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Edwin J. Becker papers, 1944-1954.

Author: Edwin J Becker; Bertha Klausner; Ada Rutledge
Edition/Format:   Archival material : English
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This two-box collection chiefly contains the letters sent to Becker while he was incarcerated from 1944 to about 1948; they were preserved for him by Ada Rutledge, and by his literary agent Bertha Klausner. A number of the letters are addressed to one of these two, though they deal directly with Mr. Becker's affairs. Only one letter by Becker is preserved, though his numerous autograph notes appear on the letters.  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Correspondence
Manuscripts for publication
Named Person: Edwin J Becker; Edwin J Becker; Caresse Crosby; Henry Miller; Anaïs Nin; Dorothy Norman; Frances Sanger
Document Type: Archival Material
All Authors / Contributors: Edwin J Becker; Bertha Klausner; Ada Rutledge
OCLC Number: 298455202
Description: 2.00 boxes.
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This two-box collection chiefly contains the letters sent to Becker while he was incarcerated from 1944 to about 1948; they were preserved for him by Ada Rutledge, and by his literary agent Bertha Klausner. A number of the letters are addressed to one of these two, though they deal directly with Mr. Becker's affairs. Only one letter by Becker is preserved, though his numerous autograph notes appear on the letters. Of particular interest are letters from Henry Miller, Caresse Crosby, Dorothy Norman, Frances Sanger, and Anaïs Nin. Manuscripts by Becker including Chains of Shadows, a collection of poems written in prison, three articles and a play.

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