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Wilda Hamerman papers, 1968-1985.

Author: Wilda Hamerman
Edition/Format:   Archival material : Graphic   Visual material : English
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Correspondence, writings, printed materials, clippings, photographs, and other papers related to Wilda Hamerman's work as secretary to Norman Holmes Pearson. Correspondents consist of Bryher, Pearson, and others, including several Japanese students. Bryher correspondence concerns the completion of the manuscript of The Days of Mars, which Wilda Hamerman typed. The bulk of the letters and postcards from Pearson date
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Genre/Form: Obituaries
Photographic prints
Named Person: Bryher; Ladislas Farago; Wilda Hamerman; Tamotsu Nishiyama; Norman Holmes Pearson
Material Type: Graphic
Document Type: Archival Material, Visual material
All Authors / Contributors: Wilda Hamerman
OCLC Number: 702178621
Description: 0.83 linear ft. (2 boxes) + 1 broadside folder.
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Correspondence, writings, printed materials, clippings, photographs, and other papers related to Wilda Hamerman's work as secretary to Norman Holmes Pearson. Correspondents consist of Bryher, Pearson, and others, including several Japanese students. Bryher correspondence concerns the completion of the manuscript of The Days of Mars, which Wilda Hamerman typed. The bulk of the letters and postcards from Pearson date from a 1970 trip he took to Australia and many parts of Asia.

Writings of others include typescripts and printed essays by Pearson, including a journal of his 1970 trip; an uncorrected proof of Ladislas Farago's Game of the Foxes; and an outline and excerpts from How I Enjoyed Studying in America by Tamotsu Nishiyama. Other papers include clippings of obituaries and printed materials related to Pearson. Photographs all feature Pearson, in individual or group portraits.

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