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Miscellaneous writings, ca. 1893-1956.

Edition/Format:   Archival material : English
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Items include "Gap Road," by George Folsom Cranberry (1876-1956), a short story, 23 p., typescript, undated; "Change the Joke and Slip the Yoke," by Ralph Ellison (b. 1914), an essay concerning Afro-American literature and folklore, 16 p., typescript with handwritten emendations, undated; "Daughter of the Piedmont: Chapel Hill's First Co-Ed Graduate," the autobiography of Sallie Walker Stockard (b. 1869), edited by  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Folklore
Biography
Named Person: A Cleveland Coxe; George Folsom Cranberry; Ralph Ellison; Ione M Kilmer; Sallie Walker Stockard
Document Type: Archival Material
OCLC Number: 24990501
Notes: In the Southern Historical Collection, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill (#3704-z).
Description: 5 items.
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Items include "Gap Road," by George Folsom Cranberry (1876-1956), a short story, 23 p., typescript, undated; "Change the Joke and Slip the Yoke," by Ralph Ellison (b. 1914), an essay concerning Afro-American literature and folklore, 16 p., typescript with handwritten emendations, undated; "Daughter of the Piedmont: Chapel Hill's First Co-Ed Graduate," the autobiography of Sallie Walker Stockard (b. 1869), edited by Ione M. Kilmer, discussing life in rural Alamance County, N.C., in the late nineteenth century and the author's education at the University of North Carolina and elsewhere, 97 p., photocopy of typescript, undated; and a handwritten copy of poems of various authors including Arthur Cleveland Coxe.

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