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Stratemeyer Syndicate records, 1832-1984,

Author: Harriet Stratemeyer AdamsHoratio Alger, Jr.Victor AppletonNancy S AxelradHoward GarisAll authors
Edition/Format:   Archival material : Microfilm : Master microform : English
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The Stratemeyer Syndicate Records document the literary and business activity of Edward Stratemeyer, his family and colleagues from 1832 until the sale of the Stratemeyer Syndicate to Simon and Schuster, Inc. in 1984. The records include original manuscripts, editorial notes and correspondence, business and administrative files, promotional material, photographs, musical scores and artwork. The bulk of this  Read more...
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Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Archival Material, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Harriet Stratemeyer Adams; Horatio Alger, Jr.; Victor Appleton; Nancy S Axelrad; Howard Garis; Laura Lee Hope; Carolyn Keene; Edna Stratemeyer Squier; Edward Stratemeyer; Andrew E Svenson; Arthur M Winfield; Stratemeyer Syndicate.
OCLC Number: 122517205
Description: 160 linear feet (375 boxes).

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The Stratemeyer Syndicate Records document the literary and business activity of Edward Stratemeyer, his family and colleagues from 1832 until the sale of the Stratemeyer Syndicate to Simon and Schuster, Inc. in 1984. The records include original manuscripts, editorial notes and correspondence, business and administrative files, promotional material, photographs, musical scores and artwork. The bulk of this material dates from the period 1905-1984, and documents the rise of one of America's largest producers of children's books. The collection is an important resource for the study of American popular culture, children's literature and the history of publishing.

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