Odds and Ends from the Capote Auction

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Many of famed writer Truman Capote's possessions were auctioned off in New York city on Thursday. Among the artifacts was a never-before-published manuscript that Capote wrote the day before he died, which appears in the November issue of Vanity Fair.

Jon Kalish reports on some of the other pieces of Capote memorabilia that were up for grabs.



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