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- 5.25 linear feet (13 boxes).
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- Biography (note)
- Berenice Skidelsky (1887-1984) was an American writer, editor and lecturer.
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- Call Number
- MssCol 2768
Skidelsky, Berenice Claire, 1887-
Berenice Skidelsky papers, 1880s-1984.
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Restricted access; Manuscripts and Archives Division; Permit must be requested at the division indicated.
Collection consists of correspondence, writings, diaries, printed matter, and photographs. Correspondence, 1904-1972, is with notable authors, editors, family, and friends. Writings, 1913-1950, include Skidelsky's early work for magazines and her book reviews. The bulk of the collection consists of eighty-five handwritten diaries, 1904-1984, reflecting her activities and emotional life. Printed matter, 1930s-1970s, includes clippings (many annotated by Skidelsky), political pamphlets, and scrapbook of articles and essays written by her father, Simon S. Skidelsky. Photographs, 1880s-1968, are of friends and family.
Berenice Skidelsky (1887-1984) was an American writer, editor and lecturer. Skidelsky, who also used the pseudonyms Berenice E. Noar and Burton E. Skidell, began her career writing stories for pulp magazines. She wrote short stories and a novel, was a book and movie critic, and became the literary editor of Vogue magazine in 1927. She lectured on political and current events, with a special focus on U.S./Soviet relations.
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Anderson, Sherwood, 1876-1941.
Dreiser, Theodore, 1871-1945.
Galsworthy, John, 1867-1933.
Skidelsky, S. S. (Simon S.), 1862-
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