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About meSamuel Roth (1893-1974) was a controversial American writer, publisher and entrepreneur. Further information can be found here.

About my libraryRoth's library is now housed at Columbia University along with additional archival materials, including "court documents, business records, copyright statements, unpublished typescripts, and letters."

The library has been catalogued to LT using a typed inventory of the collection (organized alphabetically by author).

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Member sinceMay 14, 2008

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