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|Named Person:||Ellis Parker Butler|
|Document Type:||Archival Material|
|All Authors / Contributors:||
Ellis Parker Butler; Ellery Sedgwick; Gelett Burgess; Hamlin Garland; Joseph Crosby Lincoln; Henry A Shute; George M Whicher; Owen Wister
|Description:||.8 linear foot (3 boxes)|
Correspondence includes letters and invitations from authors, artists, publishers, editors, politicians, and others, together with some of Butler's replies, concerning the publication of his stories; his activities in connection with the Authors' League of America, the Authors' Guild, various clubs, committees, and charities; and personal matters. Also, correspondence of Ellery Sedgwick and others on the staff of The Atlantic Monthly mainly with Butler, relating to his contributions to the magazine, 1926-1937; typescript of Butler's story "The Goldfish Mystery;" and other items. Correspondents include Gelett Burgess, Hamlin Garland, Joseph C. Lincoln, George Barr McCutcheon, Henry A. Shute, George M. Whicher, and Owen Wister.