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Papers, 1946-1981.

Author: Leon Odell Griffith
Edition/Format:   Book : Fiction : Manuscript   Archival Material : English
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Personal papers consisting of correspondence, manuscripts, galley proofs, newspaper clippings, published articles, poetry, and materials pertaining to the editing and publication of his books, Seed in the Wind (1960); The Longest Strike (1975); his biography of Ed Ball; and John Holliday Perry: Florida Press Lord (1974); together with copies of unpublished short stories and books and research files on Edward Ball,  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Galley proofs
Poems
Short stories
Correspondence
Named Person: Leon Odell Griffith; Leon Odell Griffith; Leon Odell Griffith; Leon Odell Griffith; Edward Ball; Griffith family.; Miller family.; John Holliday Perry; Jimmy Carter; Alben William Barkley; Braden Lee Ball; James Branch Cabell; Warren Fuller; Claude Pepper; Robert L F Sikes; Millard Fillmore Caldwell; Louis F Wolfson
Material Type: Fiction, Manuscript
Document Type: Book, Archival Material
All Authors / Contributors: Leon Odell Griffith
OCLC Number: 70956902
Description: 515 items (2.38 cubic ft.).

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Personal papers consisting of correspondence, manuscripts, galley proofs, newspaper clippings, published articles, poetry, and materials pertaining to the editing and publication of his books, Seed in the Wind (1960); The Longest Strike (1975); his biography of Ed Ball; and John Holliday Perry: Florida Press Lord (1974); together with copies of unpublished short stories and books and research files on Edward Ball, the Griffith and Miller family genealogy, John Holliday Perry, the Escambia County Local Government Study Commission (1966), the Santa Rosa Free Press, and Jimmy Carter's campaign for the U.S. presidency (1974-1976). Subjects include Florida newspapers, Random House, Inc., Louis F. Wolfson, Florida National Banks, and the Florida East Coast Railroad. Correspondents include Alben W. Barkley, Braden Ball, James Branch Cabell, Warren Fuller, Claude Pepper, Robert L.F. Sikes, and Millard Caldwell.

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