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Papers of William McFee, 1916-1951.

Author: William McFeeLillian B BennettGlen Walton BlodgettMontgomery EvansCrosby GaigeAll authors
Edition/Format:   Archival material : English
Database:WorldCat
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The collection contains manuscripts for "[Port Said]"; "From a machine room window"; "Harbours of memory" and "The city of enchantment" from "Harbours of memory"; "Deckers on the coast" from "Sailors of fortune"; and "Floca, a modern Alnaschor."
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Genre/Form: Letters (Correspondence)
Manuscripts for publication
Fiction
Named Person: Joseph Conrad; Richard Curle; Archibald Henderson; William McFee; William McFee; William McFee; Charles Reade; Bernard Shaw; J H Shorthouse; Henry Justin Smith; Stefan Żeromski
Document Type: Archival Material
All Authors / Contributors: William McFee; Lillian B Bennett; Glen Walton Blodgett; Montgomery Evans; Crosby Gaige; Everett L Getchell; E J Halter; John Held; Edward Lazare; Henry Goddard Leach; Christopher Morley; Howes Norris; Myriam Sieve; Harold Sinclair; Paul M Wheeler
OCLC Number: 647805063
Notes: Forms part of the Clifton Waller Barrett Library.
Description: 36 items.
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The collection contains manuscripts for "[Port Said]"; "From a machine room window"; "Harbours of memory" and "The city of enchantment" from "Harbours of memory"; "Deckers on the coast" from "Sailors of fortune"; and "Floca, a modern Alnaschor."

Letters discuss the sale of his literary manuscripts; the publication of "Casuals of the sea"; Joseph Conrad and Richard Curle's work on Conrad; royalties for "An engineer's notebook"; unauthorized reprints of his work; works on World War I; and his health and visits to England and Florida.

He also mentions "Command" as his favorite novel; Stefan Zeromski's "Ashes"; Joseph Henry Shorthouse's "John Inglesant"; Charles Reade's "The cloister and the hearth"; a Modern Language Association meeting in Chicago; Archibald Henderson; and George Bernard Shaw.

Correspondents include Lillian B. Bennett, Glen Walton Blodgett; Montgomery Evans, Crosby Gaige; Everett L. Getchell; E.J. Halter, Edward Lazare, Henry Goddard Leach, Christopher Morley, Howes Norris, Myriam Sieve, Harold Sinclair, and Paul M. Wheeler.

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