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This subseries consists of Richter's correspondence with various family members, though the bulk of the material comprises letters to and from his daughter, "Vene." Includes family letters that Richter kept, the oldest dating back to 1801.
This subseries includes letters from "Vene" to her parents, spanning four decades. Selected correspondence recounts travels that inspired her book Passage to Teheran. As a copywriter for Saks Fifth Avenue lingerie division, letters from the 1940s include a detailed account of her work and social life during wartime, and most letters contain clippings featuring her copy.
The material in this series is comprised primarily of correspondence to and from Conrad Richter, including all facets of his life: family, friends, career, fans. A significant addition of materials consists of the correspondence of Harvena A. Richter (HAR) and Harvena C. Richter (HCR), his wife and daughter, respectively.
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Consists of numerous photographs spanning from childhood photographs of David Lewis to professional headshots, travel photographs, and photographs at events and with fellow philosophers, friends, and family.

Series 5: Additional Papers, 1945-2019 12 boxes 1991 digital files

This series includes additional administrative and academic papers of David Lewis, papers of Stephanie Lewis, family papers, photographs, born-digital files, audiovisual media, and other materials added to the collection following the death of Stephanie Lewis in November 2019. Born-digital files were extracted from optical media and USB drives and contain writings, research, correspondence, and photographs of both David and Stephanie Lewis.
This series consists of the correspondence received by Mujica Láinez, as well as a few manuscripts by him, and several manuscripts by others. The series is arranged alphabetically. Included at the front of the series is a chronology of his career and life, written by his daughter (Ana Mujica) and daughter-in-law (Susana Rodríguez de Mujica Láinez). There is substantial correspondence from both Silvina and Victoria Ocampo; his close friend, and novelist Marta Lynch; his friend, and later, biographer, Oscar Hermes Villordo; as well as his Argentinian-Spanish friend Marcos Ricardo Barnatán, and his Spanish friends Guillermo Carnero and Luis Antonio de Villena. There is an undated, four-page letter to Mujica Láinez from Chilean poet Gabriela Mistral, written while she was staying in Buenos Aires. The series is notable for the range of dates which the correspondence spans, 1927 to 1984, and for its varied documents which portray the Argentinian literary scene, primarily in the decades of the 1940s-1970s.