Letter from Francelia Butler to P. L. Travers
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Collection Creator: Shepard, Mary, 1909-2000 and Travers, P. L., (Pamela Lyndon),
Dates: 1980 November 10.
Located In: Box 1, Folder 3
Extent: 1.0 pages
Dimensions: 21.6 x 27.9 cm
One typewritten page on letterhead: "The University of
Connecticut, The College of Liberal Arts and Sciences,
Department of English"
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November 10, 1980; from Francelia Butler, Professor of English,
University of Connecticut, to P. L. Travers, London; In the wake of
the ban on Mary Poppins in the San Francisco Public Library,
Professor Butler writes to ask Travers to contribute an article on
censorship to Children's Literature, a critical annual published by
the University of Connecticut (see next item and item 4 in
"Correspondence", next file). Includes an anecdote about Travers's
understanding of race in Mary Poppins.
Letter from Francelia Butler to P. L. Travers; 1980 November 10; Mary Shepard and P. L. Travers Archive, Box 1, Folder 3; , Princeton University Library.