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Dragon Gate Press records, 1907-1998

Author: Henry Carlile; Gwen Head; Eve Triem; Dragon Gate, Inc.; Iowa Writers' Workshop.
Edition/Format:   Archival material : English
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The Dragon Gate Press records are comprised of administrative records and production files from the Washington State publishing house, as well as personal and family papers relating to its founder, Gwen Head. Administrative files for Dragon Gate, Inc. include correspondence, unpublished manuscripts and manuscript queries, as well as royalty information. Book production files include manuscripts, galleys, paste-ups,  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Photograph albums
Administrative records
Correspondence
Galley proofs
Manuscripts for publication
Mechanicals (camera-ready copy)
Page proofs
Archives
Named Person: Henry Carlile; Gwen Head; Head family.; Eve Triem
Document Type: Archival Material
All Authors / Contributors: Henry Carlile; Gwen Head; Eve Triem; Dragon Gate, Inc.; Iowa Writers' Workshop.
OCLC Number: 746795250
Other Titles: acc5629-001
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The Dragon Gate Press records are comprised of administrative records and production files from the Washington State publishing house, as well as personal and family papers relating to its founder, Gwen Head. Administrative files for Dragon Gate, Inc. include correspondence, unpublished manuscripts and manuscript queries, as well as royalty information. Book production files include manuscripts, galleys, paste-ups, page proofs, and cover design layout documents. The Iowa Writers' Workshop files contain class notes and other materials related to Head's teaching. Head's personal papers include documents relating to her family, as well as a manuscript by Head and one by her daughter Tandy Schwartzman. This series also contains a photograph album owned by her father Harry Gwen Head. The Poets for Peace series documents the work of this group of writers, which Head formed with David Romtvedt, to protest the arrival of the Trident Fleet Ballistic Missile submarines at the Naval base in Bangor, Washington.

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