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Richard Gaither Walser papers, 1918-1988

Author: Richard Walser
Edition/Format:   Archival material : Manuscript : English
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Correspondence, clippings, photographs, and other materials chiefly relating to North Carolina's literary heritage. Files on individual authors and literary subject dominate, with special emphasis on the works of Thomas Wolfe. Other authors represented in the collection include Doris Betts, Helen Bevington, James Boyd, Richard Chase, Jonathan Daniels, Wilma Dykeman, Charles Edward Eaton, John Ehle, Paul Green,  Read more...
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Named Person: Doris Betts; Helen Bevington; James Boyd; Richard Chase; Jonathan Daniels; Wilma Dykeman; Charles Edward Eaton; John Ehle; Paul Green; Bernice Kelly Harris; George Moses Horton; Gerald W Johnson; Frederick H Koch; Guy Owen; Robert Chester Ruark; Wilbur Daniel Steele; Hardin E Taliaferro; Richard Walser; Jonathan Williams; Thomas Wolfe
Material Type: Manuscript
Document Type: Archival Material
All Authors / Contributors: Richard Walser
OCLC Number: 26319558
Notes: In the Southern Historical Collection, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill (#4168).
Description: 27,800 items (32.5 linear feet).
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Correspondence, clippings, photographs, and other materials chiefly relating to North Carolina's literary heritage. Files on individual authors and literary subject dominate, with special emphasis on the works of Thomas Wolfe. Other authors represented in the collection include Doris Betts, Helen Bevington, James Boyd, Richard Chase, Jonathan Daniels, Wilma Dykeman, Charles Edward Eaton, John Ehle, Paul Green, Bernice Kelly Harris, George Moses Horton, Gerald W. Johnson, Frederick H. Koch, Guy Owen, Robert C. Ruark, Wilbur D. Steele, Hardin E. Taliaferro, and Jonathan Williams. There is also material on North Carolina folklore and other topics not directly connected to literature. A small number of items relate to Walser's life as a student at the University of North Carolina and his service with the United States Naval Reserve during World War II.

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