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From the ARI Archives: Ayn Rand's Correspondence

Dina Schein Federman, Scott McConnell

Presented at: Lyceum 1997

Date: Aug 09, 1997

From the time Ayn Rand left for America in January 1926, until 1937, she had carried on an extensive correspondence with her family, sometimes writing forty-page letters. The I,000 letters her family and friends wrote to her provide a window into Ayn Rand's life from the time she was a little girl in Russia until a decade after her arrival in America. In the following two talks, Dina Garmong will present stories about the young Ayn Rand that emerge from these letters.

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