Collection Title: Mark L. Reed Papers, 1920s-2008
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||7.5 feet of linear shelf space (approximately 6000 items)
||Papers of Mark L. Reed III, Professor of English Literature, Emeritus, at UNC; author
of "Wordsworth: The Chronology of the Early Years, 1770-1799" and "Wordsworth: The
Chronology of the Middle Years, 1800-1815." The collection, 1920s-2008, consists of
correspondence between Reed and his friends and colleagues regarding work on his books,
postcards to Reed, and holiday cards. Also included are notes on and photocopies of
works by Wordsworth and other Romantics; invoices and correspondence from UNC Library
and Reed's book acquisitions and purchases; rare book auction catalogs and catalog
clippings (bulk 1960-1980). Acquired as part of the University Archives.
||Reed, Mark L.
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- [Identification of item], in the Mark L. Reed Papers #40370, University Archives,
The Wilson Library, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.
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Encoded by: Laura Smith, August 2017
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