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Papers, ca. 1937-1982.

Author: Mark Harris
Edition/Format:   Archival material : English
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The Mark Harris Papers document the life and career of this American author. Present are the manuscripts for virtually all his published work which includes over twenty books, as well as numerous stories and essays; screenplays and other material relating to film adaptations; unpublished writing, including personal journals; a collection of scrapbooks which date from the 1940s; more than 200 photographs; and a
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Genre/Form: Letters (Literary)
Manuscripts (Literary)
Correspondence
Named Person: Mark Harris; Alice Adams; Saul Bellow; Herbert Blau; Max Bluestone; Jack Conroy; Richard Ellmann; Margaret Gibson; William Gibson; Marguerite Harris; Jules Irving; Elizabeth Janeway; Janet Lewis; Norman Mailer; Cynthia Ozick; Natalie L M Petesch; Bernard Shaw; Henry Nash Smith; Richard Stern; Calif ) Actor's Workshop (San Francisco
Document Type: Archival Material
All Authors / Contributors: Mark Harris
OCLC Number: 22445572
Description: ca. 26, 159 items.

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The Mark Harris Papers document the life and career of this American author. Present are the manuscripts for virtually all his published work which includes over twenty books, as well as numerous stories and essays; screenplays and other material relating to film adaptations; unpublished writing, including personal journals; a collection of scrapbooks which date from the 1940s; more than 200 photographs; and a comprehensive collection of Harris' magazine and newspaper contributions.

Also present is a voluminous personal and professional correspondence which includes family letters dating to Harris' youth. Harris' primary literary correspondents include Saul Bellow, Herbert Blau, Max Bluestone, Jack Conroy, Richard Ellmann, William and Margaret Gibson, Elizabeth Janeway, and Richard Stern. Extensive correspondence with his editors, longtime agent Ad Schulberg, and numerous individuals affiliated with the publishing, theater, and film industries is also present.

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