- Title: Haniel Long Papers 1932-1968 (bulk 1932-1938)
- Creator: Long, Haniel, 1888-1956
- Date: 1932-1968
- Collection Number: MSS 156 SC
- Size: 1 envelope, containing 5 folders
- Repository: University of New Mexico Center for Southwest Research
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- Scope and Content: This small collection contains correspondence, news clippings, programs, bibliographic citations to Long's works, and some typescripts of Long's poetry. The correspondence includes a SoundScriber disc which has been copied onto an audio cassette. Also included is some information about Rydal Press, and an envelope from Writers' Editions.
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