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Papers of Stephen Crane 1894-1944.

Author: Stephen Crane; Willis Brooks Hawkins
Edition/Format:   Manuscript   Archival Material : English
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Correspondence, literacy MSS., notebook, Crane's will, pen and ink sketches, and photos. Includes the MS. of Crane's The red badge of courage, of Ford Madox Ford's Stephen Crane (an article which appeared in American mercury) and of Robert Wooster Stalalman's Stephen Crane: some unpublished manuscripts: sketches and stories-- additions to the canon; a bound volume of 42 original letters (1921) to Max J. Herzberg  Read more...
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Named Person: Stephen Crane; Stephen Crane
Material Type: Biography, Manuscript
Document Type: Book, Archival Material
All Authors / Contributors: Stephen Crane; Willis Brooks Hawkins
OCLC Number: 647943066
Notes: In University of Virginia Library (5505 & 2862).
Reproduction Notes: Photocopies.
Description: 2 ft.

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Correspondence, literacy MSS., notebook, Crane's will, pen and ink sketches, and photos. Includes the MS. of Crane's The red badge of courage, of Ford Madox Ford's Stephen Crane (an article which appeared in American mercury) and of Robert Wooster Stalalman's Stephen Crane: some unpublished manuscripts: sketches and stories-- additions to the canon; a bound volume of 42 original letters (1921) to Max J. Herzberg entitled Stephen Crane, a chorus of tributes by English and American authors; correspondence with Edith F. Crane, together with nine of her letters (1931-33) to Harvey Taylor; and ca. 30 letters (1895-99) from Crane to Willis Brooks Hawkins illustrating the last years of Crane's life and his deep friendship for Hawkins. Other correspondents include the editors of Chapbook, Critic, and youth's companion, Ralph Allen, Harry Bacon Collamore, Copeland and Day, Cora Howarth Crane, William Howe Crane, Henry D. Davray, Mrs. Moreton Frewen, Frederic C. Gordon, Mrs. Edward Pease, Michael Pease, Mr. Perrin, Gustav A. Roedel, Melvin H. Schoberlin, Wilbur Macey Stowe, and Harvey Taylor.

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