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Papers, 1903-1994

Author: Sally Belfrage
Edition/Format:   Archival material : English
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Series I contains diaries (some are closed until 2021), notebooks, and appointment/address books, covering her entire literary career, as well as memorabilia, mostly from her youth. Series II, Correspondence, includes carbons of most of her own letters. There is voluminous correspondence with Cedric Belfrage, Molly Castle, Virginia Durr, Joanne Grant, John Gunther. Jessica Mitford, Kathy Perutz, Bernard Pomerance  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Diaries
Correspondence
Manuscripts for publication
Transcripts
Notebooks
Appointment books
Clippings
Ephemera
Drafts (documents)
Government records
Named Person: Alan Arkin; Cedric Belfrage; Sally Belfrage; Judith Brandt; Molly Castle; Kim Chernin; Alexander Cockburn; Frank Conroy; Virginia Foster Durr; George Feifer; Albert Finney; Joanne Grant; John Gunther; Alger Hiss; Millard Lampbell; Staughton Lynd; Jessica Mitford; Stewart Mott; Kathy Perutz; Bernard Pomerance; Vladimir Pozner; Zell Rabin; Muriel Rukeyser; Harrison E Salisbury; Benjamin Sonnenburg; Michael Train; Stokely Carmichael; Frederick Wiseman; Sol Yurick
Document Type: Archival Material
All Authors / Contributors: Sally Belfrage
OCLC Number: 477064967
Description: 20 linear ft. (40 boxes)
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Series I contains diaries (some are closed until 2021), notebooks, and appointment/address books, covering her entire literary career, as well as memorabilia, mostly from her youth. Series II, Correspondence, includes carbons of most of her own letters. There is voluminous correspondence with Cedric Belfrage, Molly Castle, Virginia Durr, Joanne Grant, John Gunther. Jessica Mitford, Kathy Perutz, Bernard Pomerance (closed until 2021), Benjamin Sonnenburg, and Michael Train. Other significant and/or frequent correspondents include Alan Arkin, Judith Brandt, Kim Chernin, Alexander Cockburn, Frank Conroy, George Feifer, Albert Finney, Alger Hiss, Millard Lampell, Staughton Lynd, Stewart Mott, Vladimir Pozner, Zell Rabin, Muriel Rukeyser, Harrison Salisbury, Kwame Ture, Fred Wiseman, and Sol Yurick. Series III contains manuscripts, correspondence, interviews, clippings, and other materials that document the researching, writing, publication and reception of Belfrage's five books, including transcripts of some sixty interviews conducted for The Crack. There are also like materials for her shorter writings, and a set of unpublished and published writings by others, principally Judith Brandt. Series IV documents Belfrage's involvement in the Greenham Common, a 1980s feminist peace encampment in England, as well as other political and feminist activities. Series V contains FBI files on Sally and Cedric Belfrage and on Nathan Gregory Silvermaster (during World War II, he was employed by the U.S. Board of Economic Warfare, and was later accused of being a Soviet spy).

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