Voices from the Beinecke Library

American Letters: Rachel Carson

Now available in iTunes and on our website,  the  newest episode in a podcast series featuring staff of the Beinecke Rare Book & Manuscript Library reading letters and manuscripts from its American literary collections.

Episode Two: Rachel Carson to Raymond J. Brown, 1946

Learn more about Rachel Carson or explore the Rachel Carson Papers (YCAL MSS 46) at the Beinecke Library.

Listen online or via Yale University in iTunes.

© Rachel Carson Estate
The Beinecke does not hold the copyright to the materials in the Rachel Carson Papers and, hence, cannot grant or deny permission to use them. Accordingly, permission from the Rachel Carson Estate is required to publish materials by Rachel Carson in any format. Contact information for the Estate can be found in the WATCH File. To learn more, contact the appropriate curator. For additional copyright or permissions related to the Rachel Carson Papers, see Permissions and Copyright.

February 25, 2010


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