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|Named Person:||Sherwood Anderson; Sherwood Anderson|
|Document Type:||Archival Material, Visual material|
|All Authors / Contributors:||
Sherwood Anderson; Margaret C Anderson; Charles J Connick; Hart Crane; Floyd Dell; John Dos Passos; Arthur Garfield Dove; Theodore Dreiser; John Emerson; William Faulkner; F Scott Fitzgerald; Julia Collier Harris; Ben Hecht; Ernest Hemingway; Aldous Huxley; Julius J Lankes; Anita Loos; H L Mencken; Tennessee Mitchell Anderson; Harriet Monroe; Georgia O'Keeffe; Maxwell E Perkins; Paul Rosenfeld; Carl Sandburg; Ferdinand Schevill; Roger L Sergel; Gertrude Stein; Alfred Stieglitz; Midwest Manuscript Collection (Newberry Library); Newberry Library.
|Description:||61 cubic ft. (121 boxes and 3 oversize boxes)|
Includes Anderson's voluminous correspondence, as well as the correspondence of third wife Eleanor Anderson following Anderson's death. Major correspondents include Margaret C. Anderson, Charles J. Connick, Hart Crane, Floyd Dell, John Dos Passos, Arthur Dove, Theodore Dreiser, John Emerson, William Faulkner, F. Scott Fitzgerald, Julia Collier Harris, Ben Hecht, Aldous Huxley, Ernest Hemingway, J.J. Lankes, Anita Loos, H.L. Mencken, Harriet Monroe, Georgia O'Keeffe, Maxwell Perkins, Paul Rosenfeld, Carl Sandburg, Ferdinand Schevill, Roger Sergel, Gertrude Stein, and Alfred Stieglitz. Also significant correspondence with Eleanor Copenhaver Anderson, including "letter-a-day" letters by Anderson to his wife, written in the year before their marriage; manuscripts, typescripts, proofs, printed items, and reprints of Anderson's works; photographs, a tape recording, and videocassette of Anderson, his family, friends, homes, and works; and plaster busts of Winesburg characters sculpted by Anerson's second wife, the artist Tennessee Mitchell.
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