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Torchia (Joseph) papers
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Manuscripts of published and unpublished works, research files for newspaper and magazine articles, journals and diaries, personal and professional correspondence, artwork, photographs, and ephemera.
Joseph Torchia was an American writer and photographer. As a novelist and reporter he was perhaps best known as the author of THE KRYPTONITE KID. After working in San Francisco as a reporter from 1976 to 1978, he moved to Napa where he owned a photography studio.
51 Linear Feet circa 50 linear feet
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