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Zygmunt Haupt Papers

Haupt (1907-1975) was a Polish writer and painter. After World War II he emigrated to the United States. His work appeared in principal Polish émigré journals. In 1971 he received the annual award from the Koscielski Foundation in Geneva for his contributions to the Polish literature. The collection (9.25 linear ft.) contains correspondence, literary manuscripts, notes, drawings and photographs.

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Barbara Krupa

Barbara Brigida Krupa

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