• Call Number: COTSEN2_c23
    Container: Box 1, Folder 4

From Harriet Wasserman

1.0 pages

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Collection Creator: Shepard, Mary, 1909-2000 and Travers, P. L., (Pamela Lyndon), 1899-1996.

Dates: 1980 December 5.

Located In: Box 1, Folder 4

Extent: 1.0 pages

Dimensions: 17.9 x 21.6 cm

Physical Description:

Typewritten on one half-size sheet of letterhead paper.

Languages: English.

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December 5, 1980; from Harriet Wasserman, of Russell & Volkening Literary Agents, New York, to P. L. Travers; a memo; Wasserman addresses "the matter" between Travers and Professor Butler, the publication of an essay on censorship in the University of Connecticut's journal Children's Literature (see items 5 and 6 in "Mary Poppins banned from San Francisco library" series). Wasserman assures her "it is forgotten," seeming to advise against any publication. Also discusses reduced royalties on an edition of Mary Poppins.

Preferred Citation

From Harriet Wasserman; 1980 December 5; Mary Shepard and P. L. Travers Archive, Box 1, Folder 4; , Princeton University Library.

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