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Librarian's papers on Thomas Wolfe, 1938-2006.

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The collection contains correspondence, legal documents, copies of acquisition forms, and memoranda that document the establishment, growth, and development of the Thomas Wolfe Collection at the North Carolina Collection in the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill's University Library. Correspondence is with Charles E. Rush, Olan V. Cook, Mary Lindsay Thornton, Andrew Horn, Jerrold Orne, William S. Powell,  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Congresses
Named Person: Agatha Boyd Adams; Edward C Aswell; Olan V Cook; Andrew H Horn; H G Jones; Jerrold Orne; William S Powell; Charles E Rush; John Skally Terry; Mary Lindsay Thornton; Wolfe family.; Thomas Wolfe; Thomas Wolfe; Thomas Wolfe; Thomas Wolfe; Thomas Wolfe
Document Type: Archival Material
OCLC Number: 676823356
Description: About 1300 items.
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The collection contains correspondence, legal documents, copies of acquisition forms, and memoranda that document the establishment, growth, and development of the Thomas Wolfe Collection at the North Carolina Collection in the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill's University Library. Correspondence is with Charles E. Rush, Olan V. Cook, Mary Lindsay Thornton, Andrew Horn, Jerrold Orne, William S. Powell, H.G. Jones, Agatha Boyd Adams, and other Library staff members. Also included are many letters to and from the members of the Wolfe family relating to the Wolfe family gift; correspondence with Edward C. Aswell pertaining to the death of John Skally Terry and the Terry family gift; and some materials relating to the establishment of the Thomas Wolfe Fund, which was started in 1939 to raise money to buy the Wolfe papers that were later purchased by William B. Wisdom and donated to Harvard University. Correspondence after 1958 deals primarily with additions to the Wolfe Collection, requests for access to the Wolfe papers, questions about the contents of the papers, and other materials relating to the collection. There are also letters and related materials about the Thomas Wolfe Memorial Association of Asheville, the "Thomas Wolfe Newsletter," the Thomas Wolfe Society, and the Wolfe Fest at St. Mary's College.

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