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Letters : New York, to Joseph Bishop, 1942-48, 1960

 Part of Collection — Box: 8, Folder: GROUP 143, F-4
Call Number: YCAL MSS MISC

Scope and Contents

Two ALS, thirteen TLS and two TL all dated 1942 Jan 5 to 1948 Jun 8, and one TLS dated 1960 Jul 12, with eleven envelopes.

Farrell discusses his writing, that of Bishop, and other writers, political and social issues, and family news.

Enclosed with letters are clippings of articles by Farrell on James Joyce and Theodore Dreiser, his review of the film Mission to Moscow, and a typed mimeograph copy of Farrell's letter to the Editor of the New York Times dated 1948 Oct 23, regarding academic freedom.


  • 1942-48
  • 1960


Physical Description

18 items.

Conditions Governing Access

From the Collection:

The materials are open for research. Restricted Fragile Papers may only be consulted with permission of the appropriate curator. Preservation photocopies for reference use have been substituted in the main files.

Language of Materials

From the Collection: English

General note

Accession: 19621001-b

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