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Papers, 1842-1991.

Autor: David Kelly Jackson; George William Bagby; Edgar Allan Poe; J H Whitty
Edição/Formato   Material de arquivo : Inglês
Base de Dados:WorldCat
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Collection consists of correspondence, research notes, reviews, catalogs, bulletins, printed matter, clippings, notes and other materials relating to Jackson's interest in Edgar Allan Poe. The bulk of the material pertains to the publication of Jackson's POE LOG, and includes correspondence with Joel Myerson, Dwight Thomas, Clarence Ghodes, and Thomas O. Mabbott; and manuscripts for IN SEARCH OF ELDORADO and the  Ler mais...
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Pessoa Denominada: George William Bagby; Clarence Ghodes; David Kelly Jackson; Thomas Ollive Mabbott; Joel Myerson; Edgar Allan Poe; Augustin L Taveau; Dwight Thomas; J H Whitty
Tipo de Documento: Material de Arquivo
Todos os Autores / Contribuintes: David Kelly Jackson; George William Bagby; Edgar Allan Poe; J H Whitty
Número OCLC: 43738537
Notas: Unprocessed collection. Cataloged from accession records.
Descrição: 1857 items.

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Collection consists of correspondence, research notes, reviews, catalogs, bulletins, printed matter, clippings, notes and other materials relating to Jackson's interest in Edgar Allan Poe. The bulk of the material pertains to the publication of Jackson's POE LOG, and includes correspondence with Joel Myerson, Dwight Thomas, Clarence Ghodes, and Thomas O. Mabbott; and manuscripts for IN SEARCH OF ELDORADO and the final POE LOG. Some items pertain to other works by Jackson regarding the history of the SOUTHERN LITERARY MESSENGER during the years of Poe's affiliation with that publication. The collection also contains copies of two letters of Edgar Allan Poe written in the 1840's, a copy of a letter from George W. Bagby to Augustin L. Taveau, and letters from J.H. Whitty, a scholar and collector of Poe, along with letters of other individuals interested in Poe and American literature. A portion of the collection consists of class notes, exams, and essays from Jackson's undergraduate and graduate student days at Duke University.

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