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    John Dickson Carr. Archive of Letters, comprising: Sixteen letters and a telegram to Eleanor Sullivan, Managing Editor of Ellery Queen's Mystery Magazine. Fifteen letters typewritten and hand-signed, one holograph, majority on variations of Carr's Greenville, S. C. letterhead. Two letters stapled together with previous piece of relevant correspondence. One additional Xeroxed letter. [Greenville, South Carolina]: unpublished correspondence, September 4, 1970-July 7, 1976. [Together with:] Five typewritten, hand-signed letters to Nelson Bond. [Greenville, South Carolina]: unpublished correspondence, December7, 1966-March 22, 1968. [And:] Group of about thirty Xeroxed letters, miscellaneous correspondence. Occasional minor evidence of handling or mailing creases. Near fine. Housed in blue pocket folder.

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