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Papers, 1911-1974.

Author: Edith O'Dell Black
Edition/Format:   Archival material : English
Publication:Alexander and Edith O'Dell Black papers.
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Business and personal correspondence primarily with authors concerning their work for the GOLDEN BOOK MAGAZINE, the McClure Newspaper Syndicate, and the O'Dell News Service; some examples include Mary Hunter Austin on her autobiography, 1931; John Kendrick Bangs' humorous verses on the 1916 election; Clara Barton reminiscencing about the Dodges, 1911; F. Scott Fitzgerald on the origins of his story "Two for a Cent,"  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Poems
Named Person: Mary Austin; Irving Bacheller; Ray Stannard Baker; John Kendrick Bangs; Clara Barton; Alexander Black; Dorothy Canfield Fisher; Mary Eleanor Wilkins Freeman; Zona Gale; Francis Hackett; Waldemar Kaempffert; Irving S Cobb; Philip Gibbs; Theodore Roosevelt; Bernard Shaw; H G Wells; Mark Sullivan; Mary Pickford; Lowell Thomas; Fannie Hurst; W Somerset Maugham; Charles Gilman Norris; Montague Marsden Glass; Harry Houdini; John Galsworthy; F Scott Fitzgerald
Document Type: Archival Material
All Authors / Contributors: Edith O'Dell Black
OCLC Number: 155489625
In: Black, Ruth Atwood, collector
Description: .4 linear ft.

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Business and personal correspondence primarily with authors concerning their work for the GOLDEN BOOK MAGAZINE, the McClure Newspaper Syndicate, and the O'Dell News Service; some examples include Mary Hunter Austin on her autobiography, 1931; John Kendrick Bangs' humorous verses on the 1916 election; Clara Barton reminiscencing about the Dodges, 1911; F. Scott Fitzgerald on the origins of his story "Two for a Cent," 1929; Mary E. Wilkins Freeman on the market for occult themes in stories, 1928; Zona Gale on the inspiration for writing THE NEED, 1929; Francis Hackett on the trials of interviewing literary figures; and Waldemar Kaempffert on science and social order, 1940-1944. Other correspondents include Irwin S. Cobb, Philip Gibbs, Theodore Roosevelt, G.B. Shaw, H.G. Wells, Dorothy Canfield Fisher, Mark Sullivan, Irving Bacheller, Mary Pickford, Lowell Thomas, Fannie Hurst, W. Somerset Maugham, Charles G. Norris, Ray Stannard Baker, Montague Glass, and Harry Houdini. Correspondence of Edith O'Dell Black and Alexander Black with John Galsworthy and others concerning the PEN club, 1922-1974. Also includes articles, clippings, pamphlets, and memorabilia concerning the McClure Newspaper Syndicate and Edith's career.

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