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Author: W B Carnochan
Edition/Format:   Archival material : English
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These papers primarily document Carnochan's professional career as researcher and writer. Included are source materials, drafts, and published versions of his scholarly articles and books, with related correspondence; published book reviews, 1960s-90s; texts of papers and talks with related correspondence and ephemera, 1977-97; and materials pertaining to his support of the Stanford University Libraries and his  Read more...
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Named Person: Walter Jackson Bate; Emerson Brown; Peter Brooks; Brigitte Hoy Carnochan; Douglas Dennis; Newell F Ford; William Frost; Linda Hutcheon; Richard M Ohmann; Charles E Pierce; Patricia Meyer Spacks; Catharine R Stimpson; David M Vieth
Document Type: Archival Material
All Authors / Contributors: W B Carnochan
OCLC Number: 462765433
Description: 26 linear feet (28 boxes)
Other Titles: The Angolite; the prison news magazine.
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These papers primarily document Carnochan's professional career as researcher and writer. Included are source materials, drafts, and published versions of his scholarly articles and books, with related correspondence; published book reviews, 1960s-90s; texts of papers and talks with related correspondence and ephemera, 1977-97; and materials pertaining to his support of the Stanford University Libraries and his directorship of the Stanford Humanities Center, including a VHS tape of his retirement roast. Correspondents include Richard Ohmann, Catharine Stimpson, Linda Hutcheon, Charles Pierce, Peter Brooks, David M. Vieth, Emerson Brown, Jr., W. J. Bate, Patricia Spacks, Newell Ford, and William Frost. Other papers include his grade reports and papers from Buckley School, St. Paul's School, and Harvard University; listing and appraisal of the Carnochan family papers; and the "American Vernacular" exhibit brochure for the Carnochan Collections at UC Berkeley's University Art Museum. The addition to his papers received in 2006 includes correspondence with Douglas Dennis, an inmate at Angola Prison, 1996-2006; copies of The Angolite, The Prison News Magazine, 1994-2005; and Brigitte Carnochan's portfolio of photographs taken at the Angola Prison Rodeo in 2001. The addition to his papers received in 2009 includes correspondence with Douglas Dennis, 2006-2009, and issues of The Angolite, 2006-09.

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