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Correspondence with H.N. Swanson, 1942-1951.

Author: Harold Ober; William Herndon; N H Swanson; Roark Bradford
Edition/Format:   Archival material : English
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Correspondence of Harold Ober, New York, and West Coast representative, H.N. Swanson, Los Angeles, includes copies of letters by William Faulkner. The correspondence concerns William Faulkner's work for Warner Brothers, including the movie possibilities of "Intruder in the dust." People mentioned include Robert Buckner, Bennett Cerf, Raymond Chandler, James Geller, and William Herndon. The collection also includes  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Letters (Correspondence)
Telegrams
Named Person: Robert Buckner; Bennett Cerf; Raymond Chandler; James Geller; William Faulkner; William Herndon
Document Type: Archival Material
All Authors / Contributors: Harold Ober; William Herndon; N H Swanson; Roark Bradford
OCLC Number: 277632322
Description: 62 items.

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Correspondence of Harold Ober, New York, and West Coast representative, H.N. Swanson, Los Angeles, includes copies of letters by William Faulkner. The correspondence concerns William Faulkner's work for Warner Brothers, including the movie possibilities of "Intruder in the dust." People mentioned include Robert Buckner, Bennett Cerf, Raymond Chandler, James Geller, and William Herndon. The collection also includes an official agreement with Warner Bros., a flier advertising "Intruder in the dust"; and a copy of "The private world of William Faulkner" by Roark Bradford.

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