Correspondence from colleagues and admirers including many letters wishing Heschel well after an illness and condolences after Jacob Heschel passed away. Mix of materials related to Heschel's private audience with Pope Paul VI in September including handwritten notes, typescript reports about the meeting, memoranda, correspondence, telegrams, and the invitation to Prostitutes Polonne private audience.
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Typed letters from Merton to Heschel including what appears to be the first letter Merton wrote to Heschel.
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