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Papers, 1946-1993.

Author: Benjamin CappsWill HenryDorothy M JohnsonElmer KeltonC L SonnichsenAll authors
Edition/Format:   Archival material : English
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Diaries, correspondence, legal and financial documents, manuscripts, typescripts, research materials, notebooks, newspaper clippings, certificates, galleys, reviews, biographical information, and a variety of printed materials.
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Genre/Form: Western stories
Diaries
Letters
Historical fiction
Archives
Correspondence
Sources
Named Person: Benjamin Capps; James Auchiah; Will Henry; Dorothy M Johnson; Elmer Kelton; C L Sonnichsen; Ernest B Speck; Anna Lee Waldo
Document Type: Archival Material
All Authors / Contributors: Benjamin Capps; Will Henry; Dorothy M Johnson; Elmer Kelton; C L Sonnichsen; Ernest B Speck; James Auchiah
OCLC Number: 33217736
Description: 16 boxes (6.5 linear ft.)

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Diaries, correspondence, legal and financial documents, manuscripts, typescripts, research materials, notebooks, newspaper clippings, certificates, galleys, reviews, biographical information, and a variety of printed materials.

Capps' papers from his college days through 1993. Includes diaries relating his experiences as a school teacher, machinist, and writer, 1946-1970; correspondence with colleagues and members of the Western Literature Association, 1968-1993; classwork, unpublished stories and books, 1946-1987; and research materials, manuscripts, and galleys for his publications from 1949-1993. Also included are files related to his plagiarism suit against Anna Lee Waldo and her publisher, Avon Books, for words and ideas used in the novel, SACAJAWEA, 1981-1983. Research materials include Indian history, especially the Kiowas in the late 1800s; typescripts by Kiowa historian, James Auchiah; and post returns and maps of some West Texas and Indian Territory forts 1865-1871. Correspondents include Will Henry, Dorothy M. Johnson, Elmer Kelton, C.L. Sonnichsen, and Ernest Speck.

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