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Lenniger, August

Overview
Works: 7 works in 8 publications in 1 language and 62 library holdings
Genres: Records and correspondence  Manuscripts  Sources  History 
Roles: Editor
Classifications: PZ1.W547, 813.540803
Publication Timeline
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Publications about August Lenniger
Publications by August Lenniger
Most widely held works about August Lenniger
 
Most widely held works by August Lenniger
Silver anniversary anthology by Western Writers of America( Book )
2 editions published in 1977 in English and held by 56 libraries worldwide
Charles C. Patch papers by Charles C Patch( Archival Material )
in English and held by 1 library worldwide
The collection comprises papers of American author Charles C. Patch and contains correspondence, manuscripts, tearsheets, notes and research, and biographical material. The collection is organized into series. Series I: Correspondence is separated into: Incoming: Personal, Incoming: Business, and outgoing sections. Incoming: Personal correspondence is organized alphabetically by name and totals sixty-three letters (1936-1969) and includes letters from August Lenniger. Incoming: Business correspondence is also organized alphabetically by name or title, totals forty-three letters, and includes letters from publishers and agencies such as the Register Guard, the Oregonian, Harper's, Western Publications, Western Writers of America, and the U.S Department of Agriculture. Outgoing correspondence is arranged chronologically, 1936-1970, and totals 113 letters. Series II consists of manuscripts of short stories, anecdotes, jingles, and poems. Manuscripts are arranged by title and material may include drafts, revised versions, anecdotes for story ideas, fragments, research notes, photographs, clippings and pamphlets, and novel versions. Topics include cowboys, Indians, Chinese in America, and forests. Included here is the first version and research notes for "Negro Cowboy." There are separate files with additional anecdotes, jingles, and poems, and also short stories by other authors. There are three folders containing an unidentified manuscript (over 400 pages) by Patch; one folder of submission records for short stories and articles; tear sheets of articles from newspapers and magazines; and a book, The Creeping Madness, that includes a story by Patch. Series III contains background information for stories regarding an early settler in Wallowa County; notes by Patch from writers' conferences and classes on writing techniques; an unidentified manuscript about Wallowa National Forest (286 pages); and a folder of miscellaneous notes, photographs, and disciplinary records from the Winona Council. Series IV: Biographical material consists of certificates, citations, and a photograph
Lenniger Literary Agency records by Lenniger Literary Agency( Archival Material )
in English and held by 1 library worldwide
Collection comprises correspondence and literary manuscripts by clients of the Lenniger Literary Agency, as well as advertisements, publicity materials, account ledgers, contracts, royalty statements, biographical information about authors, book production materials, and published works in several languages. Correspondence comprises 10,000 letters. Individuals and organizations represented in the collection include literary agent Edith Margolis, John K. Payne, and Western Writers of America
Russell Tinsley papers by Russell Tinsley( Archival Material )
in English and held by 1 library worldwide
Russell Tinsley was a journalist, the first outdoor editor of Austin American Statesman newspaper, a photographer, and author of eleven books on hunting, fishing and taxidermy. The collection contains correspondence, manuscripts, and royalty and agreement information. The collection is organized by accession/addendum. The main publisher correspondents represented in this collection are: Angler, Archery World, Fawcett Publications, Fishing World, Fur-Fish-Game, Lenniger Literary Agency, National Future Farmer, Outdoor Life, Outdoor Photographers League, Progressive Farmer, Southern Outdoors, and True. The initial donation of 1967 contains manuscripts and correspondence. Novel-length manuscripts include Hunting Whitetail Deer (including first and final draft), Shooter's Bible Taxidermy Guide (first draft), and Texas Outdoors (unpublished). Manuscripts of short stories and articles are first separated by topic: fishing, hunting, outdoor, and miscellaneous stories, and then material is arranged alphabetically by title within each topic. Incoming correspondence (1956-1959) includes general and publisher correspondence, including letters from August Lenniger. The 1968 addendum contains manuscripts of books on camping and taxidermy, hunting and fishing stories alphabetically arranged by title, and correspondence with publishers from 1967-1968. The 1969 addendum contains incoming correspondence that is alphabetically arranged, 1957-1969, including publisher correspondence. Outgoing correspondence contains seven outgoing letters. The 1970 addendum consists of incoming correspondence that is alphabetically arranged, including letters from the Lenniger Literary Agency and other publishers. The 1972 addendum contains five letters of outgoing correspondence (1970-1972), and incoming correspondence that is alphabetically arranged, including letters from publishers, 1958-1972. This addendum also includes a chapter outline regarding an off-season hunting and fishing book. The 1973 addendum consists of five letters of outgoing correspondence (1972), and incoming correspondence that is alphabetically arranged, including letters from publishers and 1 fan letter, 1964-1972. Also included is a book proposal for an off-season hunting and fishing book. The January 1975 addendum contains twenty-four letters of outgoing correspondence (1973-1974), and incoming correspondence that is alphabetically arranged, including letters from publishers, 1970-1974. The November 1975 addendum consists of ten letters of outgoing correspondence (1974-1975), and incoming correspondence that is alphabetically arranged, including letters from publishers, 1972-1975. The 1977 addendum contains seventeen letters of outgoing correspondence (1973-1977), and incoming correspondence that is alphabetically arranged, including letters from publishers, 1974-1977. The 1979 addendum contains twenty-seven letters of outgoing correspondence (1967-1978), and incoming correspondence that is alphabetically arranged, including letters from publishers, 1955-1978. This addendum also contains one fan letter, five third-party letters, outlines of six books on squirrel, whitetail deer, and dove hunting, predator calling, off-season shooting and hunting, and taxidermy. Also in the 1979 addendum is agreements, royalties and payment information, and one folder of miscellaneous correspondence
Dudley Dean McGaughey papers by Dean Owen( Archival Material )
in English and held by 1 library worldwide
The Dudley Dean McGaughy Papers consist of correspondence and manuscripts. The correspondence, arranged chronologically, is mainly with August Lenniger, founder of the Lenniger Literary Agency.The collection also includes fifty-five novel-length manuscripts, most with first, second, and final drafts, outlines and synopses. Also included are manuscript fragments, miscellaneous notes, television screenplays, and newspaper clippings. These materials are arranged alphabetically by title, with the pseudonym under which it was written following the title
If she only had a machine gun : crime stories by Richard Credicott( Book )
1 edition published in 2011 in English and held by 1 library worldwide
 
Languages
English (8)
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