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Author: Virginia Foster Durr
Edition/Format:   Archival material : English
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Biographical materials in this collection include a transcript of an oral history interview of Virginia and Clifford Durr, the Durrs' FBI files, clippings and photographs of Virginia Durr and her family, and materials about her education. There are also Clifford Durr's files on the Eastland hearings; research notes and drafts of Outside the Magic Circle and other writings; speech notes; and materials collected by
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Named Person: Virginia Foster Durr
Document Type: Archival Material
All Authors / Contributors: Virginia Foster Durr
OCLC Number: 122470973
Description: 4 linear ft.

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Biographical materials in this collection include a transcript of an oral history interview of Virginia and Clifford Durr, the Durrs' FBI files, clippings and photographs of Virginia Durr and her family, and materials about her education. There are also Clifford Durr's files on the Eastland hearings; research notes and drafts of Outside the Magic Circle and other writings; speech notes; and materials collected by Durr, mostly writings by others.

Correspondence makes up the bulk of the collection. It includes correspondence with family and friends, mostly letters to Durr; notable exceptions are the many letters from Durr to Tom and Lois Eliot and Clark and Mairi Foreman. The letters are about friends, social life, U.S. politics, civil rights, McCarthyism, socialism, pacifism, and the South. There are a few letters from or to Clifford Durr or other family and friends; many of the latter were sent as enclosures in letters to Virginia Durr. The collection includes letters from Jessica Mitford; Durr's letters to Mitford are housed with Mitford's papers at the University of Texas at Austin.

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