Wallace Earle Stegner papers, 1935-2004  PDF  XML

Overview of the Collection

Creator
Stegner, Wallace Earle, 1909-1993
Title
Wallace Earle Stegner papers
Dates
1935-2004 (inclusive)
Quantity
139 linear feet
Collection Number
Ms0676
Summary
Wallace Earle Stegner (1909-1993), writer of novels, short stories, essays, and biographies was in addition a historian, a teacher, a speaker, and a respected advocate for the environment. He taught at the University of Utah, the University of Wisconsin, and Harvard University before heading to Stanford University, where he founded the Creative Writing Program in 1946. This collection of his papers contains personal and professional correspondence, journals, manuscript drafts for work both published and unpublished, research material, memorabilia, scrapbooks, and books containing letters of condolence compiled by Mary Stegner. Also included are the correspondence files kept by Stegner's long-time agent, Carl Brandt, and some material donated by Philip Fradkin, author of Wallace Stegner and the American West.
Repository
University of Utah Libraries, Special Collections.
Special Collections, J. Willard Marriott Library
University of Utah
295 South 1500 East
Salt Lake City, UT
84112-0860
Telephone: 801-581-8863
special@library.utah.edu
Access Restrictions

Twenty-four hour advanced notice encouraged. Materials must be used on-site. Access to parts of this collection may be restricted under provisions of state or federal law.

Languages
English, German


Historical NoteReturn to Top

Wallace Earle Stegner (1909-1993) was born on 18 February 1909, in Lake Mills, Iowa, the second son of Hilda Emelia Paulson and George Henry Stegner. He described his father as a man with the frontier characteristics of the late nineteenth century--a "boomer" who moved his wife and two sons from Iowa to North Dakota, Washington, Saskatchewan, Montana, Wyoming, and in 1921, to Salt Lake City, Utah, always seeking fresh opportunities for quick financial success. Even in Salt Lake City, the family moved within the city several times. His mother, Stegner realized, was a "nester" who struggled to make a home for her husband and sons wherever they settled.

The years of moving kept the family close. Cecil, the eldest son, was athletic and active in team sports. Wallace was less so but participation in sports programs sponsored by the Mormon Church and ROTC training provided the focus and discipline for developing that aspect of himself and he played on the Freshman football team at the University of Utah. More importantly, he developed skill in tennis with then-coach, Theron S. Parmelee, and was a member of the University tennis team in 1929.

Stegner graduated from the University of Utah in 1930. He had been working for a local rug and linoleum company and it was his expectation that he would continue doing so. However, Sherman Brown Neff, head of the English Department, arranged a teaching assistantship at the University of Iowa enabling Stegner to do graduate work and to begin a different career direction.

Stegner received his master's degree from the University of Iowa in 1932 and planned to work toward a Ph.D. when his mother's struggle with cancer became critical. At that time his parents were living in Los Angeles, California. Stegner spent some time in Berkeley to be closer and to help with her care. Upon his return to Iowa, he completed the work on his Ph.D. which he received in 1934. On 1 September 1 1934, he married fellow student Mary Stuart Page. They moved to Salt Lake City where Stegner began teaching in the English Department at the University of Utah.

Their son, Stuart Page Stegner, was born in 1937. That same year Stegner won a Little, Brown and Company contest with his novelette, Remembering Laughter. Using the prize money, the Stegners traveled in France and England before moving to Madison, Wisconsin, where he had accepted a teaching position. Some of his Wisconsin experiences were later fictionalized in Crossing to Safety.

After two years in Madison, Stegner joined the faculty at Harvard University. During this period Stegner developed a friendship with Bernard DeVoto, which grew over the years, culminating in Stegner's writing a biography of DeVoto and editing a volume of DeVoto's letters. While at Harvard, Stegner completed The Big Rock Candy Mountain, which was published in 1945. Other books published during this time were On a Darkling Plain, 1940; Fire and Ice, 1941; and Mormon Country, 1942.

In 1945, the Stegners again moved west, this time to California. Stegner was offered a professorship in the English Department at Stanford University. He served as director of the Creative Writing Center from 1946 to 1971. Edward Abbey, Thomas McGuane, and Scott Momaday were writing fellows in this program. Other students he worked with included Larry McMurtry, Wendell Berry, Nancy Packer, Ken Kesey, and his son, Page Stegner.

After the Stegners moved to California they served as West-Coast editors for the publishing house of Houghton Mifflin in the 1940s and 1950s. Among the writers they recommended for publication was Stegner's cousin, Tom Heggen, author of Mister Roberts.

During the 1950s and early 1960s, the Stegners traveled extensively. During this time Wallace wrote a number of articles and produced the origins of novels to come. Wallace gave a number of lectures and taught for three months each at Stanford's overseas campuses in Austria and in England. In 1955, Wallace and Mary traveled to Saudi Arabia, Lebanon, and Syria where he worked on the history of the Arabian-American Oil Company, ARAMCO. Stegner wrote several articles for Aramco World, an industry publication. Later, in 1971, this material was published in book form under the title, Discovery.

Wallace Stegner's abilities as an editor led him to accept a number of responsibilities such as editor-at-large for Saturday Review and editor of The American West.

Fiction written by Stegner during the Stanford years included Second Growth, 1947; The Women on the Wall(a short story collection), 1950; The Preacher and the Slave, 1950 (reprinted in 1969 as Joe Hill: A Biographical Novel); The City of the Living(a short story collection), 1956; A Shooting Star, 1961; All the Little Live Things, 1967; and Angle of Repose, 1971.

Non-fiction written and published during the period included Beyond the Hundredth Meridian: John Wesley Powell and the Second Opening of the West, 1954; Wolf Willow: A History, A Story, and a Memory of the Last Plains Frontier, 1962; The Gathering of Zion: The Story of the Mormon Trail, 1964; and The Sound of Mountain Water (an essay collection), 1969.

Stegner retired from Stanford in 1971 to devote his time to writing and traveling. He had been thinking about the DeVoto biography for some time. This was published in 1974 as The Uneasy Chair, and was followed by The Letters of Bernard DeVoto in 1975. Also published following his retirement were The Spectator Bird, 1976; Recapitulation, 1979; American Places, written with Page Stegner, 1981; One Way to Spell Man, a volume of essays, 1982; Crossing to Safety, 1987; and Where the Bluebird Sings to the Lemonade Springs, 1992.

The Stegners established two homes, a Vermont summer place and a home in Los Altos, California. Despite extensive travel, the homes provided Stegner with what he felt he had missed in his youth--a place that meant familiar work, friends, and landscape. These two locales and the Salt Lake City environs which he considered his hometown, are part of his writing, serving as background in novels and as visuals in his environmental efforts.

As he grew up in the arid regions of the West, Stegner developed a keen awareness of the fragility of the land. In his biographical research of Charles Dutton and later John Wesley Powell, he saw the western landscape as being fundamentally characterized by the scarcity of water resources. Stegner's concern found expression in activism directed at education of the public in the realities of living with the arid climate of the land west of the hundredth meridian. He felt other environmental problems would occur as multi-purpose land use increased. He wrote eloquently about these concerns in his letter to David E. Personen in 1960, now known globally as "The Geography of Hope: A Wilderness Letter." He served as wilderness advocate for the National Park Service, the Sierra Club, and the Wilderness Society. Some of the positions he held to address these concerns were: Co-Founder, Committee for Green Foothills in California, 1960; Special Assistant to Secretary of the Interior Stewart Udall, 1961; and Advisory Board, National Parks, Historical Sites, Buildings and Monuments, 1962-1965.

In addition to the prize for Remembering Laughter in 1937, Stegner received numerous other awards, among them an O. Henry first prize for short story in 1950, the Blackhawk award for Wolf Willow in 1963, the Commonwealth Club gold medal for All the Little Live Things in 1968, the Pulitzer Prize for Angle of Repose in 1972, and the National Book award for The Spectator Bird in 1977. He was a Guggenheim fellow in 1950, 1952, and 1960; received a Rockefeller grant in 1950-1951; Fulbright in 1962 and 1968; and the Robert Kirsch award in 1980. Where the Bluebird Sings to the Lemonade Springs was nominated for the 1993 National Book Critics Circle award. Stegner refused the National Medal for the Arts which he was to have received in January of 1993 because he was "troubled by the political controls" he felt right wing groups placed on the National Endowment for the Arts.

Always a popular speaker, Stegner gave a number of speeches in Utah throughout the years. He gave the Dedicatory Address for the J. Willard Marriott Library at the University of Utah in 1968. He was the speaker at the Friends of the Library annual banquet in 1974. In 1980 Stegner gave a lecture titled "The Twilight of Self Reliance: Frontier Values and Contemporary Values" in the Tanner Lecture Series. He spoke at the Dedication of the Scott M. Matheson Wetlands Preserve, Moab, Utah, in 1991. In recognition of his close ties with Utah and his alma mater, Stegner designated Special Collections at the J. Willard Marriott Library, as repository for his papers in 197l. In 1995 the Stegner family granted permission to the University of Utah College of Law to rename its energy law center the Wallace Stegner Center for Land, Resources and the Environment.

In the spring of 1993, Wallace and Mary Stegner were in Sante Fe, New Mexico, to talk about his latest book, Where the Bluebird Sings to the Lemonade Springs. Stegner was seriously injured when the car he was driving was hit by another vehicle. He was hospitalized and seemed to rally, but after a relapse he died on April 13.

Content DescriptionReturn to Top

Section I, Personal Material, contains personal and autobiographical material including correspondence, scholastic and medical material, documents pertaining to awards, and obituaries, tributes, and condolence letters. Section II, Correspondence, is made up of personal and professional correspondence, and slco contains royalty statements and other miscellaneous documents referred to in the correspondence. Fan mail is also found in this section. Section III, Writings, contains manuscript drafts for books, articles, short stories, and reviews written by Stegner. Section IV, Contracts, Copyrights, Permissions, and Adaptations contains documents pertaining to the legal and publishing aspects of Stegner's work. Section V, Universities, Libraries, Museums, and Associations, contains correspondence, pamphlets, brochures, newsletters, and other documents produced by Stegner's association with these organizations. His notes and drafts related to teaching and lecturing are found in Section VI, Teaching, Speeches, and Lectures. Section VII, Addendum, contains miscellaneous material donated by Mary Stegner in 1999. Section VIII, Carl Brandt Addendum, contains the Brandt-Stegner correspondence, and section IX, Philip Fradkin Addendum, contains material collected by the author of a Stegner biography. The Mary Page Stegner Addendum, Section X, consists of correspondence, scrapbooks, and documents related to Stegner's writing. Section XI, the Ansel Adams Addendum consists of correspondence between Adams and Stegner. The Page Stegner Addendum,Section XII, contains personal items, correspondence, and manuscripts.

Use of the CollectionReturn to Top

Restrictions on Use

The library does not claim to control copyright for all materials in the collection. An individual depicted in a reproduction has privacy rights as outlined in Title 45 CFR, part 46 (Protection of Human Subjects). For further information, please review the J. Willard Marriott Library’s Use Agreement and Reproduction Request forms.

Preferred Citation

Initial Citation: Wallace Earle Stegner papers, MS 0676, Box [ ]. Special Collections and Archives. University of Utah, J. Willard Marriott Library. Salt Lake City, Utah.

Following Citations: MS 0676.

Administrative InformationReturn to Top

Acquisition Information

These papers were donated to the University of Utah by Wallace Stegner from 1972 through 1991, and by Mary Page Stegner from 1994 through 2000. Additional material was donated by Lynn Stegner in 2002, Page Stegner in 2006, and Carl Brandt and Philip Fradkin in 2006. Other donors include Everett Cooley, Richard Etulain, Ralph J. Hafen, Robert Steensma, Greg Thompson, and Don D. Walker. The Mary Snyder letter to Stegner and his reply were donated by Snyder's daughter, Kriss Douglas. Beth LaDow, Richard Etulain, Mark W. T. Harvey, and Gary Topping donated papers presented at conferences and other research on Stegner. Purchased items include three letters with Viking Press (1968), thirty five letters from John Ferrone of Western-Dell Publishing (1956-1965), two letters to Barnaby Conrad (1988 and 1992), and one letter from V. E. Gil Moody. The Ansel Adams correspondence was purchased in 2008. Boxes 213-216 were donated by Page Stegner in 2008.

Separated Materials

Photographs transferred to the Multimedia Division of Special Collections (P0561).

Processing Note

Processed by Ann Reichman, assisted by Deb Allard, Martha Stewart, Serena Peterson, and Karen Carver in 1972-2008.


Detailed Description of the CollectionReturn to Top

I:  Personal MaterialsReturn to Top

This section, consisting of boxes one through eleven, begins with autobiographical and biographical materials. Correspondence with Jackson Benson, Stegner's designated biographer, and Nancy Colberg, who compiled the bibliography of his published works, is included here. Family matters focus primarily on his wife, Mary, and son, Page. (Both Stegner's parents and his brother, Cecil, had died by the 1940s.) Other family concerns included here pertain to the Heggen family, consisting of his cousin Tom and Aunt Minna. Scholastic and medical matters are also included in this section, as are copies of Stegner's masters and PhD theses. Documents relating to awards, recognitions and nominations received follow. The series ends with tributes, letters of condolence, and obituaries.

Container(s) Description Dates
A: Autobiographies, Biographies, Bibliographies, Travel
1935-1997
Box Folder
1 1
Autobiography in Contemporary Authors Autobiography Series
Includes printed copies and notes.
1 2
Gale Research Company
Regarding autobiography.
1988-1989
1 3
Wallace Stegner: His Life and Work
Jackson Benson correspondence, 1989-1995; Jackson Benson in Who’s Who in the West; Jackson Benson mentioned in A Literary History of the American West
1989-1995
1 4
Jackson Benson: notes on Stegner biography
Corrections from Mary; photo list.
1 5
Bookcover: Wallace Stegner: His Life and Work
1 6
Wallace Stegner: His Life and Work
Book Reviews
1996-1997
1 7
Biography from University of Utah Archives
1 8
Biographies
For the Newson Dinner
1987
1 9
Biographical Sketch in a German Publication
Leaf taken from unidentified German language book on American authors.
1 10
Bibliography kept by Stegner
1 11-13
Wallace Stegner: A Descriptive Bibliography
Nancy Colberg correspondence
1981-1990
1 14
Wallace Stegner: A Descriptive Bibliography
Book announcement, reviews
1990
1 15
Wallace Stegner: A Descriptive Bibliography
Book by Nancy Colberg
1 16
Wallace Stegner–The Maurice Dunbar Collection
Catalogue Twelve; letter from Diane Peterson
1982; 1992
1 17
Bibliography: Library of Congress Computerized Catalogue
List of books by and about Wallace Stegner
1992
1 18
Clarence A. Andrews, Short Bibliography
Regarding the Twayne edition.
1972-1973
1 19
Literary Utah: A Bibliographic Guide
Stegner listed p. 52-53.
1990
1 20
Passports of Wallace and Mary Stegner
Vaccination certificate; Tourist Cards
1959-1973
1 21
List of Travels
1954-1983
1 22
Stegner’s Diary, European Trip
Typed transcript by Mary Page Stegner; Single diary page
1937; 1976
1 23
Escalante Trip Notes
Includes letter from Clyde Van Hemert to Stewart Udall
1961
1 24
Denmark, Project Strat
Outlines. Letter from experimental group
1954
1 25
Denmark, Articles and Publications5
Various newsclippings and pamphlets from trip to Denmark.
1954
1 26
Notebook Written on Trip to Rising Lake Powell
Notebook and photocopies of the notebook.
B: Family and Medical Matters
1921-1994
Box Folder
2 1
George Henry Stegner, correspondence
1938-1939
2 2
Cecil Lawrence Stegner, high school registers
1921-1925
2 3
Carol Stegner
Inquiry letter from H. Lingenfelter, Attorney, regarding the estate of George Stegner.
1939
2 4
Page Stegner, letter
1947
2 5
Shady Hill School
1941-1991
2 6
Verde Valley School
Sedona, Arizona
1949-1952
2 7
The Thatcher School
1952
2 8
Page Stegner
Articles written by Page Stegner
1994
2 9
Lynn Stegner
Reviews of Undertow
1993
2 10
Wallace Stegner: A Remembrance by Lynn Stegner
A note to Mary from Lynn and manuscript
1994
2 11
Wallace Earle Stegner by Allison Stegner
2 12
Henry B. Syverud
Cousin of Stegner's mother
1947
2 13
Mina Heggen (Aunt Mina)
Correspondence
1934-1935
2 14
Tom Heggen Sr. (Uncle)
Correspondence
1972
2 15
Carmen (Heggen) Billings (Cousin)
Correspondence
2 16
Ruth (Heggen) O'Neal (Cousin)
Correspondence
1949-1972
2 17
Tom (Orlo) Heggen (Cousin)
Correspondence (mostly undated)
1945-1948
2 18
Houghton Mifflin Correspondence
In regards to Mister Roberts by Tom Heggen
1945-1949
2 19
Pendleton Dudley
Working with Tom Heggen
1941
2 20
Newspaper Clippings
A Literary Magazine for Minnesota Makes it's Bow re: Heggen as Editor of Drafts; Inside Stude-Legit mentions 'Mr Roberts,' Heggen's play.
1947
2 21
Mister Roberts
Article in Vogue regarding play
1948
2 22
Tom Heggen Obituary
1949
2 23
Joshua Logan
Worked on play with Tom Heggen
1949-1974
2 24
John Legget
Published Ross and Tom, biography of Tom Heggen
1965-1974
2 25
Ross and Tom
Manuscript draft pages for Stegner's review
2 26
Ross and Tom by John Leggett
Reviews; letter to the editor by Wallace Stegner
1974
2 27
Correspondence regarding Tom Heggen
1949-1992
2 28
Victor Cohn
Includes manuscript pages of Mister Roberts by Tom Heggen
1988
2 29
Aunt Leah
2 30
Frances F Houghteling
Mary Stegner's mother's Last Will and Testament
1963
2 31
Statement of Wallace Stegner in Olda Carlisle versus Harper and Row
1980
2 32
Meyers, Hawley, Morley, and Berry
1981-1991
2 33
Durable Power of Attorney for Health Care
1985
2 34
The White Cross
1940
2 35
Hospital Service Plan
2 36
Wallace Stegner medical records
1939-1983
2 37
Mary Stegner medical records
1937-1941
2 38
Page Stegner, medical records
2 39
Real Estate records
Requests to purchase, Leases, rental agreements, Maintenance
1939-1995
C: Personal Financial and Legal Matters
1935-1990
Box Folder
3 1
Income Tax Returns
Incomplete twenty-year date sequence
1935-1955
3 2
Property Taxes
1937-1941
3 3
Household Purchases
1937-1954
3 4
Receipts
1937-1967
3 5
Wisconsin State Retirement System
Certificate of Membership
1938
3 6
Kansas City Life Insurance Company
1938-1941
3 7
The Travelers Insurance
1938-1941
3 8
Salary Statements
University of Wisconsin; Radcliffe College
1938-1941
3 9
Citizens Savings Bank and Trust Company
1939-1941
3 10
The Commonwealth of Massachusetts
Regarding automobile registration
1940
3 11
Harvard Trust Company Statements
1940-1941
3 12
Teacher's Insurance and Annuity Association of America
1941-1952
3 13
Farmers Insurance Group
1946-1947
3 14
Stocks
1946-1961
3 15
Cambridge Trust Company
1956-1957
3 16
Personal Account Book
1960-1993
3 17
Department of National Revenue, Canada
Custom and Excise
1962
3 18
Crocker-Citizens National Bank
1967
3 19
Mutual Service Insurance Companies
1967
3 20
Schwabacher and Company
1967
3 21
List of Stock Certificates
Received from Spaeth, Blase, Valentine and Klein
1973
3 22
Statement on Self-Employment Income
1975
3 23
IRS Form 4576-Application for Determination
1976
3 24
Ledger Book
Assets as of August
1983
3 25
Letter from Wallace Stegner to Larry and Flo
Regarding Brazilian edition of Crossing to Safety finances
1989
3 26
Amnesty International
Gift to Pooled Income Fund
1989
3 27
Habitat for Humanity International Annuities
1993
3 28
Copies of Photographs
Originals held by Mary Stegner
3 29
Photocopies of Photographs from Stanford papers
Photos removed to Multimedia P0561
3 30
Wallace Stegner's Salt Lake High School Register
3 31
University of Iowa, PhD
Convocation Program
1935
3 32
Associated Students of University of Utah Activity card
ASUU card and letter sent to Stegner in 1990 by Richard W Wintch
1930
3 33
Dorothy Canfield Fisher
Regarding offer to house refugee child
1940
3 34
Selective Service
Permission to depart United States
1941
3 35
Invitations to the White House
Inauguration, National Medal for Literature, and the White House; conference on natural beauty
1965
3 36
Note from Nellie C. Carico
Includes envelope commemorating John Wesley Powell
1969
3 37
Datebook
Blank envelope with printed return address
1976
3 38
Beehive Hall of Fame Association
Notification of selection to join
1982
3 39
The Sovereign People of the Free Nation of Vermont
1938
3 40
Peninsula Funeral and Memorial Society
The Sequoias Portola Valley Admission Policy
1973-1986
3 41
Dog House Blueprint
With accompanying note from Mary; Map to Stegner residence, Three Forks Road
3 42
Stegner's 80th Birthday
Program, Hidden Villa Ranch; copy of speech by Nancy Paker and news clippings
1989
3 43
Service Management System
Television service contract and renewal
1990
3 44
Miscellaneous Notes Written by Wallace and Mary
3 45
Page Removed from Stegner Typewriter
D: Gift Publications to Stegner; Master's Thesis; PhD. Dissertation
1932-1988
Box Folder
4 1
'The Colorado River,' by JB Kipp
Private Press copy signed to Wallace Stegner (in envelope)
1950
4 2
'70 Years a Cowboy,' by TB Long
Letter from Clarence Ball
1963
4 3
'On Making a Visit in Mid-Afternoon'
Repring signed by Jane Esty to Wallace Stegner
1964
4 4
Bucking HorseCollector's Edition
John Moore
1982
4 5
'The Law of the American West'
Signed by Charles Wilkinson to Wallace Stegner
1987
4 6
Haywire Mac and teh Big Rock Candy Mountain
Includes letters from Steve Eng and Henry Young
1987-1988
4 7
'The Taste of It: Observations on Current Erotic Poetry' by Roy P Basler
Signed to Wallace Stegner
4 8
Masters Thesis, 'Whitemud'
Forward, Table of Contents, 'Bloodstain'
1932
4 9
Masters thesis, 'Whitemud'
'The Dam Builder,' 'Pete and Emil'
1932
4 10
'Clarence Edward Dutton: An Appraisal'
4 11-14
'Clarence Edward Dutton, Geologist and Man of Letters'
Draft pages 1-85
1935
4 15
Appendix A, Letters from CE Dutton's son
Copies of letters sent to Stegner which appeared as pages 86-92
1935
4 16
Appendix B
Descriptive writings on the Grand Canyon, pages 93-104
4 17-18
Draft 'An Appraisal'
Notes, numbers 1-22; 58-87; pages 1-20
4 19-20
Draft 'Geologist and Man of Letters'
Table of Contents
4 21
Dutton Bibliography and Notes
Letter from CR Longwell and Manuscript
1957
4 22
Clarence Edward Dutton thesis
Correspondence 1937
1937-1988
E: Eastend; Interviews
Folders 1-22 contain correspondence and published information regarding the Stegner family house in Eastend, Saskatchewan. Materials in folders 23-30 are concerned with interviews Stegner gave between 1957 and 1990.
1939-1996
Box Folder
5 1-2
Eastend House
Correspondence regarding house; Sharon Butala correspondence
1987-1994
5 3
Articles regarding Wallace Stegner's house
Wallace Stegner House Annual Dinner
1990
5 4
Press Release regarding Wallace Stegner House
Letter from Mary Scriver
1989
5 5
Eastend, C. Stuard Houston
Finding original Stegner homestead
1984
5 6
Town of Eastend Information
Newspaper clippings, brochures, maps, programs.
5 7
Eastend History, Henri Lebastard
1983
5 8
Town of Eastend
Correspondence
1989
5 9
HS Jones (Corky)
Correspondence
1953-1959
5 10
Bobby Adair and Mrs JE Adair
Correspondence
1953-1954
5 11
Audrey Andreist
Correspondence; newspaper clippings
1996
5 12
Letter from Stegner to WG Beck
1961
5 13
Mrs James G Davis
Correspondence, reply from Stegner
1955
5 14
WN Graburn
Correspondence
1958
5 15
Ida (Haddod) Larmour
Correspondence; newspaper clippings
1944-1988
5 16
Theron McClure
Correspondence
5 17
John F. Osborn
Correspondence; Copy of Publications 'Saskatchewan' and 'The Green and White'
1973-1984
5 18
Eileen Huffman
Photocopies of photographs
1944-1963
5 19
Neville Huffman
Correspondence
1945-1963
5 20
Eileen Smith
Correspondence
1983-1992
5 21
Mrs EH Ullery (Lend Watson)
1939
5 22
Marie and Dillon Young
1966
5 23
Interview with Wallace Stegner regarding Censorship
5 24
'Wallace Stegner on the Names of His Characters'
Typescript
1957
5 25
'An Interview with Wallace Stegner'
By Robin White and Ed McClanahan
1968
5 26
'Time's Prisoners--An Interview with Wallace Stegner'
Published in Southwest Review
1976
5 27
'An Interview with Wallace Stegner'
Published in Sunstone, pages 7-11; photocopy of interview
1980
5 28
'Two Artists, Two Friends'
Ansel Adams and Wallace Stegner, published in Stanford Magazine
1983
5 29
'The Art of Writing, An Interview with Wallace Stegner'
Published in The Bloomsbury Review; advertisement on pg 4
1990
5 30
'A Conversation with Wallace Stegner'
Interview by Richard Etulian; published in 'Montana'
1990
F: Awards, Recognitions, Nominations
1942-1975
Box Folder
6 1
Guggenheim
Correspondence, application (For work on manuscript eventually published as 'The Big Rock Candy Mountain.'
1937-1942
6 2
'Twentieth Century Authors'
Correspondence concerning listing Stegner in this publication.
1941
6 3
Harvard College, Briggs-Copeland Faculty Instructor
Photocopy of certificate.
1942
6 4
O. Henry Prize for "Two Rivers"
1942
6 5
Who's Who in the Western Hemisphere
Correspondence
1943
6 6-7
Guggenheim Fellowship
Correspondence and application for fellowship to work on manuscript for 'Beyond the Hundredth Meridian,' the biography of John Wesley Powell.
1948-1959
6 8
O. Henry Award
For 'The Blue-Winged Teal;' Newsclippings.
1950
6 9
The National Cyclopedia of American Biography
Correspondence; Stegner biography manuscript.
1950
6 10
American Association for the State and Local History Award of Merit
Received for 'Beyond the Hundredth Meridian;' correspondence.
1955
6 11
Commonwealth Club of California
Silver Medal for 'Beyond the Hundredth Meridian,' telegram.
1955
6 12
Theta Sigma Phi Author's Party
Newsclipping.
1955
6 13
California Conservation Council Merit Award
Certificate.
1956
6 14
Utah State Historical Society
Honorary Fellow correspondence.
1961
6 15
Johnson Brigham Plaque
Correspondence
1962
6 16
Who's Who in the West
Correspondence
1962
6 17
University of Utah Distinguished Alumni Award
Correspondence and newsclippings.
1963
6 18
Distinguished Scholar Award
Correspondence
1963-1965
6 19
Canadian Historical Association of Merit
Presented for 'Wolf Willow.'
1964
6 20
Fellow of the Society of American Historians
Correspondence
1964-1980
6 21
American Academy of Arts and Sciences Fellow
1965
6 22
University of Utah Honorary Degree
Correspondence
1968
6 23
National Institute of Arts and Letters Honor Society
Correspondence; ceremony programs; 'Parnassus on Upper Broadway' in Vanity Fair.
1960-1983
6 24
University of California Honorary Doctorate
Correspondence
1969
6 25
'Oppie' Award Certificate
For 'The Sound of Mountain Water,' Best Book of the Year.
1970
6 26
National Endowment for the Humanities, Senior Fellowship
Correspondence
1971-1976
6 27
Puitzer Prize
For 'Angle of Repose.'
1972
6 28-32
Pulitzer Prize Congratulatory Correspondence
Correspondence, telegrams, and newspaper clippings.
1972
6 33
'Why Wallace Stegner Won the Pulitzer Prize with a Work of Historical Fiction'
Review by George Pheiffer III in 'The American West.'
6 34
Utah State University Honorary Doctoral Degree
Newsclipping.
1972
6 35
The Library of Congress, Honorary Consultant in American Letters
Correspondence
1973
6 36-37
University of Saskatchewan Honorary Degree
Correspondence; certificate; newsclippings.
1973
6 38
California State College, Distinguished Service Award
1974
6 39
City of Palo Alto Proclamation
Happry birthday to Wallace Stegner certificate.
1974
6 40
Bookbuilders West Book Show
Certificate of Merit: Ansel Adams, Images.
1975
G: Awards, Recognitions, Nominations
1976-1994
Box Folder
7 1
Los Angeles Library Association Honors
Wallace Stegner received honors for 'Spectator Bird,' photocopy of news report.
1976
7 2
'Oppie' Award Certificate for Best Book of the Year
Award for 'Spectator Bird.'
1976
7 3
American Academy and Institute of Arts and Letters
National Book Award for 'Spectator Bird,' news clippings.
1977
7 4
Commonwealth Club of California Gold Medal for Fiction
For 'Spectator Bird;' correspondence.
1977
7 5
National Book Award for 'Spectator Bird'
Congratulatory correspondence.
1977
7 6
Mountain Plains Library Association, Literary Contribution Award
Nomination correspondence.
1978
7 7
American Wilderness Alliance
Recognition of Support.
1979
7 8-9
College of Notre Dame, Honorary Fellow
Correspondence; Certificate.
1980
7 10
Los Angeles Times Book Prizes
Invitations correspondence.
1980
7 11
San Francisco Art Festival, Award of Honor
Correspondence and program.
1981
7 12
University of Iowa Alumni Achievement Award
Correspondence.
1981
7 13
Warren R. Howell Award
Correspondence and Invitation.
1984
7 14
American Antiquarian Society
1984
7 15-17
University of Wisconsin, Madison, Honorary Degree
Correspondence, biographical information, commencement programs, partial speech notes; 'Degrees Honor Wide Range of Achievement,' in Wisconsin Week; Certificate.
1986
7 18
Contemporary Authors
Correspondence.
1987
7 19-20
Montana State University Honorary Degree
Correspondence, certificate.
1987
7 21
The National Book Critics Cirlce Nomination
For 'Crossing to Safety.' Correspondence and news clippings.
1987
7 22
Bay Area Book Reviewers Association
For 'Crossing to Safety.'
1988
7 23
East High School Distinguished Alumni
1988
7 24
University of Iowa Alumni Achievement Award
Certificate.
1988
7 25
PEN Center USA West Body of Work Award
Correspondence; news article, 'Wallace Stegner wins Body of Work Award.'
1989
7 26
Ripon College Honorary Degree
Correspondence.
1989
7 27
A Scandinavian dinner in honor of Wallace and Mary Stegner
Program.
1989
7 28
American Academy of Achievement Golden Plate Award
Correspondence.
1990-1992
7 29
National Endowment for the Arts Senior Fellowship in Literature
Correspondence.
1990
7 30
Western History Association
Recognition for career of distinguished writing in the field of Western American History. Correspondence and certificate.
1990
7 31
Who's Who in Vermont
Correspondence.
1990
7 32
Bay Area Book Reviewers Association
'Collected Stories' nominated in Fiction; correspondence, program, and tickets.
1991
7 33
California Arts Council Lifetime Achievement Award
Correspondence and program.
1991
7 34-35
National Endowment for the Arts National Medal for the Arts
Correspondence and Congratulatory correspondence; Beacon Press correspondence; newspaper clippings; award rejection.
1992
7 36
PEN Center USA West Freedom to Write Award
Correspondence and invitation.
1992
7 37
San Francisco Chamber of Commerce Cyril Magnin Award
Correspondence, awards, program.
1992
7 38
National Book Critics Circle Awards
Nomination for 'Where the Bluebird Sings to the Lemonade Springs.'
1992
7 39
Bay Area Book Reviwers Association Fred Cody Award
Newclippings.
1993
7 40
Cyril Magnin Award for Outstanding Achievement in the Arts
Correspondence, invitations, programs.
1993
7 41
Middlebury College Honorary Degree
Correspondence.
1993
7 42
Who Was Who in America
Biographical sketch.
1994
7 43
The Wilderness Society Certificate of Accomplishment
Photocopy of certificate. 'Wallace Stegner Wins Prize for Historical Study,' Black Hawk Plaque and newspaper clipping.
H: Letters of Condolence and Obituaries
1993
Box Folder
8 1
Letters of Condolence sent to Mary Stegner
1993
8 2
Letters of Condolence sent to Page Stegner
1993
8 3
Mary Stegner's Collection of Tributes to Wallace Stegner
Includes notes from Mary.
8 4
'Novelist Injured in Santa Fe Car Crash'
'Writer in Hospital'
1993
8 5
'Writer in ICU,' 'Novelist's Recovery Dealt Setback'
1993
8 6
'Wallace Stegner Dies in Santa Fe,' 'Injuries Claim Wallace Stegner,' 'Wallace Stegner, 84, Dead After Santa Fe Accident'
1993
8 7
'Wallace Stegner Chronicled the West,' 'Literary Giant Wallace Stegner Dies; Extolled the American West'
8 8
'Wallace Stegner, dean of Western Writers dies at 84,' 'Stegner Dies'
8 9
'Wallace Stegner is Dead at 84, Pulitzer Prize Winning Author,' 'Literary Giant WallaceStegner Dies, Extolled the American West,' 'Wallace E. Stegner'
1993
8 10
'Wallace Stegner, 84, is Dead, Author Celebrated the West,' 'Stegner: Great Talent, Warmth,' 'Chronicler of the Western spirit dies'
8 11
'Writer Dies,' 'Wallace Stegner- Acclaimed Writer of American West,' 'Western Writer Stegner dies,' 'Novelist and Essayist Wallace Stegner dies'
8 12
'Wallace Stegner dies at 84,' 'Everett Cooley remarks for the Salt Lake Tribune,' 'Author Wallace Stegner dies at 84'
8 13
'Wallace Stegner, Pulitzer Prize winner who wrote of the West,' ''Author Dies After Santa Fe Crash,' 'Western Novelist, Essayist Stegner dies in N.M. of accident inuries'
8 14
'Novelist Stegner dies after crash,' 'Pulitzer Prize winner Stegner dies at 84,' 'Pulitzer Prize winner Wallace Stegner dies,' 'Wallace Stegner dies'
8 15
'Wallace Stegner passes away at 84,' 'Pulitzer winning writer Wallace Stegner,' 'Novelist Stegner dies at 84,' 'Wallace Stegner dies, Prize-winner Author'
8 16
'Western Writer Wallace Stegner deies at 84 of auto crash injuries,' 'Stegner's West Lives in Amber Waves of Prose,' 'Stegner dies at 84, wrote about the American West'
8 17
'Stegner's Legacy,' 'The West was his land,' 'Best in the West'
1993
8 18
'In Memorian,' Penguin Books and Random House, 'Wallace Stegner'
8 19
'Wallace Stegner was wise, eloquent spokesman for West'
8 20-21
'Stegner left amid a growing appreciation,' 'Dreaming the Western dream with Stegner,' 'Stegner will be remembered as a writer who celebrated the West,' 'Wallace Stegner,' 'Wallace Stegner, teacher, author, friend,' 'Stegner death stirs reminiscences, appreciations'
8 22
'Wallace Stegner's Words Matched Majesty of Mountains,' 'Writer Wallace Stegner's life was wonderfully lived,' 'Stegner spoke for the West'
8 23
'The Legacies of Wallace Stegner,' 'Wallace Stegner made the right enemies,' by Ivan Doig
8 24
'Temporary Survival' (excerpt from 'Crossing to Safety'), 'Stegner gave voice to the West that was loving, critical, eloquent'
8 25
'Bard of the Wild West,' 'Remembering Wally'
8 26
'Man of the not-so-Wild West'
8 27
'Stegner was an Inspiration to Conservation Movement' by Dave Livermore
8 28
'The Dean of Western Letters,' 'Writer Wallace Stegner,' 'Died. Wallace Stegner'
8 29
Kepler's Books: Evening of Talk about Wallace Stegner
8 30
'Sandstone and Tile' Stanford Historical Society pays tribute with repring of Founder's Day speech, 'Wallace Stegner on the Stanford Dream;' 'Farewell to a Special Friend' by David Livermore
Stanford speech on pages 15-19
8 31
'Book Reviewers honor San Francisco novelist Wallace Stegner,' 'Wallace Stegner and All the Little Live Things,'
Includes press release regarding Stegner's death
8 32
'Wallace Stegner 1909-1993,' 'Soon a Stegner chair,' 'A tribute to the man'
8 33
Stanford University Memorial Church, 'A Service of Thanksgiving for the life of Wallace Stegner'
8 34
'400 Give Stegner a reverent lat Salute,' 'Friends, Students bid farewell to Stegner'
8 35
The New Yorker, 'Western Heroes'
8 36
Image, 'Remembering Wallace Stegner,' by Marjorie Leet Ford
8 37
Guest books
Three books.
I: Obituaries, Memorials, Tributes
1993-1997
Box Folder
9 1
Mountain Conservancy Foundation Summer Solstice Celebration
'In the Realm of the Remarkable'
1993
9 2
American Academy of Arts and Letters Tribute to Wallace Stegner
9 3
Remembrances of Wallace Stegner, 1901-1993, by TH Watkins and John Daniel
1993
9 4
Wallace Stegner Leaves much for Humanity
A Tribute to Wallace Stegner; 'His Finest Work of Art was Himself,' by Jackson Benson.
1993
9 5
Committee for Green Foothills
Green Footnotes, Wallace Stegner Memorial issue.
1993
9 6
Midpeninsula Citizens for Fair Housing
Newsletter matching contributions in the name of Wallace Stegner.
9 7
Politics and Prose News
'A Sense of Place'
1993
9 8
Wilderness
'Wallace Stegner, 1909-1993' by TH Watkins, p. 8-9.
1993
9 9
National Park System Advisory Board
Resolution 110-13, Wallace Stegner.
1993
9 10
'The Revolutionary,' by James Hepworth
pages 64-68 and 137-179.
1993
9 11
A Symposium in Tribute to Wallace Stegner
1993
9 12
The University of Portland Schoenfeldt Distinguished Writers Tribute to Wallace Stegner; "Paging Through Stegner"
From the Missoulian
1993
9 13
Memorial resolution: Wallace Stegner
1993
9 14
Portland Symposium
Speeches given by Terry Tempest Williams, Barry Lopez, William Kittredge, George Venn.
1993
9 15
'In Memorian,' and 'Remembering Wallace'
1993
9 16
Montanna, Essay on the West, 'Tribute to Wallace Stegner;' At Random, 'A National Treasure,' and 'A Master's Landscape'
Pages 50-76; p. 80
1993
9 17
In Memoriam, Wallace Stegner
1993
9 18
Stanford video, In Living Memory: Celebrating Wallace Stegner
1993
9 19
'Where the Bluebird Sings: Remembering Wallace Stegner' by Gretchen Holstein Schoff
1993
9 20
The Chattahoochee Review, 'On the Geography of Hope: In Memory of Wallace Stegner'
Includes a letter from Mary Stegner to Wendell Barry
1994-1995
9 21
Wallace Earle Stegner Bibliography by James M Dourgarian; Memorial articles by James Dourgarian, Lynn Stegner, Wendell Berry, Richard Kurtz
1993
9 22
City Arts and Lectures, Inc.
The Second Annual Wallace Stegner Memorial Program.
1995
9 23
Wallace Stegner Environmental Center
The Grography of Hope, A Tribute to Wallace Stegner; one review.
1995
9 24
The Geography of Hope: A Wilderness Letter
1995
9 25
The Geography of Hope: A Wilderness Letter
Introduction by Page Stegner; Introduction by Wallace Stegner; Everett Cooley correspondence.
1992-1996
9 26
Long Ridge Open Space Preserve
Tribute to Wallace Stegner by Page Stegner Jr.
1996
9 27
Stanford University Libraries notice of publication
'Catching the Light: Remembering Wallace Stegner'
1996
9 28
Stanford University Newsletter
Former Student Honors Wallace Stegner; Redford leads tribute to Wallace Stegner in The Leader Post; Remembering Wally Stegner by Phyllis Filiberti Butler
1997
9 29
Western States Endurance Run
Honors the memory of Wallace Stegner.
9 30
The Nature Conservancy 'Farewell to the West's Favorite Son' by David Livermore
9 31
Friends of Historic San Antonio Mission
In memorian of Wallace Stegner
9 32
Three Tributes to Stegner
'Last Word from a Voice of the West,' 'Wallace Stegner Dies at 84, Literary Giant,' 'Stegner Was an Inspiration to Conservation Movement'
9 33
Three Tributes to Stegner
'Wallace Stegner, In Memorian,' 'Remembering Wallace Stegner,' 'Wallace Stegner and the West Years of His Life'
J: Articles About or Mentioning Stegner
1937-1991
Box Folder
10 1
Utah Chronicle Articles
1937
10 2
'Redbook's Build-Up for Wallace Stegner'
Photocopy of reprint.
1939
10 3
Esquire
Editorial: 'Honor Among the Artists, or the tale of two gestures.'
1945
10 4
'Backyard Bonus,' in San Francisco Chronicle
Newspaper photo of Stegner in Mills College Weekly
1951
10 5
'Stegner Work Fills West History Gap;' 'Mills to Observe Book Day,' in Oakland Tribune
1954-1963
10 6
'Adlai Stevenson dies on London Visit,' in Palo Alto Times
Photograph of Stegner with Stevenson.
1965
10 7
'Author-Scholar-Traveler Visiting Campus Next Week,' in University of Delaware News
1967
10 8
'U. Library: An Act of Faith,' in The Salt Lake Tribune; 'Library Dedication Features Stegner,' in The Daily Utah Chronicle
1968
10 9
'Good Writers Quit West, Ex-Utahn Opines at U;' 'Profile: Wallace Stegner, Author,' in University of Utah Review
1969
10 10
'Vardis Fisher and Wallace Stegner: Teacher and Student,' In Western American Literature; 'Trash and Treasures,' in Christian Science Monitor
Pages 121-128.
1970
10 11
'Wallace Stegner writes from the right angle,' in Sunday Oregonian; 'Another Contender for Pulitzer Prize,' in Pittsburgh Post Gazette
1971
10 12
'Wallace Stegner,' in Western Writers Series No. 4; Letters to the Editor, 'Dakotan Notices Article' in GI Independent; 'The Interstate: What's So Good About it?' in Omaha World Herald.
1972
10 13
'Oour ties with the past are necessary,' Salt Lake Tribune; 'Author Wallace Stegner Gives Commencement,' Outlook; 'Right to Question the 'System,' Salt Lake Tribune
1972
10 14
'Honorary Consultatnt in American Letters,' The New York Times; 'Canadians Always Crossing novelist Stegner's Path,' Toronto Star
1973
10 15
'Writers Brooks and Stegner Named Honorary Consultants,' in Library of Congress Information Bulletin
1973
10 16
'Third Western Writer's Conference Schedule,' in Outlook
1974
10 17
'It's a Roving Season for Wallace Stegner'
1975
10 18
'Wallace Stegner: A Winner,' in Double Life
1977
10 19
'How to be an accessory before the fact,' in Palo Alto Times; 'The Other Side of the kid from High River,' The Glove and Mail; 'Novelist Wallace Stegner dedicates library,' Arizona Daily Star
1977
10 20
'Library Dedication,' Arizona Daily Wildcat; 'Pulitzer Prize winning novelist,' The Idaho Statesman
1977
10 21
'A Lifetime of Coming to Grips,' Los Angeles Times; 'Respect Returns to School,' San Francisco Chronicle; 'Looking West: A Conversation,' Los Angeles Times
1977-1979
10 22
'It's Like Trying to Mold Cobwebs,' San Francisco Sunda Examiner
1979
10 23
'Stegner novels: beyond cowboys and Hollywood,' 'No myths about West for Stegner,' San Jose Mercury News
1979
10 24
;Wallace Stegner, a Writer's Writer,' Peninsula; 'Western Novelist Lectures on Values of Frontierism'
pages 47-48.
1980
10 25
'US Land Abuse Concerns Stegner,' Valley News; 'New Montgomery Fellow,' The Dartmouth
1980
10 26
'Worst Government in the World--Except Others,' US News and World Report; 'Wallace Stegner- Universal Truths,' Los Angeles Times
1980-1981
10 27
'Name Dropping'
1981
10 28
'Wallace Stegner: The Writer as Seer,' The Sunstone Review
1983
10 29
South Dakota Review, Wallace Stegner Number
Nine essays about Wallace Stegner
1985
10 30
'A Tribute to Ansel Adams,' in Update
1986
10 31
'The West of Wallace Stegner,' Handicapped Travel Newsletter
By Maurice Dunbar
1986
10 32
'The Passions of Wallace Stegner,' The Washington Post; 'Stegner talks about a changing world,' The Salt Lake Tribune
1987
10 33
'At Home with Wallace Stegner,' San Jose Mercury News; 'Another Look at Wallace Stegner,' The Salt Lake Tribune; 'Peter Pastreich: Ten Years at the San Francisco Symphony in Stagebill
1987-1988
10 34
'Of Earth,' for Wallace Stegner, The North American Review; 'Yolla Bolly republishes Stegner Stories,' in Times Tribune; 'Lure, Hardship of West appeals to certain type'
1988
10 35
'The trouble with all this success,' San Jose Mercury News; 'Posthumous Award for Stanford Teacher's Book,' 'Wallace Stegner: A Most Notable Writer,' by Richard Etulain in American West
1988
10 36
'Nancy Packer's talk about Wallace Stegner'
Biographical sketch in Stanford Newsletter.
1989
10 37
'Stegner Admired as a Treasure;' 'Romance means cherishing common interests,' Los Altos Town Crier
1989
10 38
'Wallace Stegner, On His Own Terms,' Stanford; 'Author: State's rareness worth sacrifices,' The Missoulian; 'Writer calls for 3 million more acres of Wilderness,' Great Falls Tribune
1989
10 39
'Books Made to Last,' Peninsula
1990
10 40
'Crowd Turns Out to Hear Author,' Rutland Daily Herald
1990
10 41
'Readings for Pleasure,' in the Washington Post
1990
10 42
'In the Company of Wallace Stegner,' in San Francisco by Mark Hunter; 'Lay Humanist Stegner worries over world's fate'
1991
K: Articles About or Mentioning Stegner
Articles published in 1992-2000 are in folders 1-21. Folders 22-31 contain undated articles.
1992-2000
Box Folder
11 1
'Fiction's True Art,' in The New York Times Book Review; 'Wallace Stegner Honored by MSU,' in Montana Free Press; 'Stegner's Song of the West'
1992
11 2
'Politics and the Soul,' in The San Francisco Chronicle; 'Writing into the Sunset,' in The Washington Post, 'A Writer's Singular Passion for American,' in International Herald Tribune
1992
11 3
'Wallace Stegner's West,' in Chicago Tribune; 'Peninsula's Man of the West Still Howling the Writer's Call,' in Times Tribune; 'Mormonism Loses a Friend,' in This People
1992-1993
11 4
'Stegner’s Legacy' in The Peninsula Times Tribune; 'Just What They've Always Wanted,' in New York Times Book Review
1993
11 5
'Forecasts' in Publishers Weekly; 'Angle of Reproach, literary truth,' in San Jose Mercury News
1993
11 6
'The Healing Country,' in Vermont Magazine; 'Stegner's Lake Mills Connection,' in Tribune
1993
11 7
'Philip Lee is returning to DC in Health Department,' in The Washington Post; 'Vexing Utah: Mencken, DeVoto, and the Mormons,' by Val Holley in Menckeniana
1993
11 8
'A Cowhand's Quest for Mettle and Might,' San Jose Mercury; 'Wallace Stegner: Meet the Author,' in Literary Cavalcade; 'Meetings with a remarkable man,' in Sunset Magazine; 'A Brief History of a tedious trek with CD ROM'
1994
11 9
'Finding a Voice of His Own: the Story of Wallace Stegner's Fiction,' 'Wallace Stegner and the Environmental Ethic: Environmentalism as a Rejection of Western Myth,' 'Dr. Seuss and Mr. Geisel'
In Western American Literature
1994-1995
11 10
'Wallace Stegner Warned Correctly about Fables,' in the Salt Lake Tribune; 'Wallace Stegner: The Unwritten Letter,' in Dialogue; 'Stegner's Legacy,' in The Salt Lake Tribune; 'Wallace Stegner's Legacy,' in Deseret News
1995
11 11
'Museum Presents Rungus Medal to Writer Peterson,' 'Mighty Pens Take on Bulldozers in the Utah Wilderness,' in The Salt Lake Tribune; 'Writers Make Passionate Plea to Preserve Utah Wilderness,' in San Jose Mercury; 'One of Ours,' in Continuum
1995-1996
11 12
'Investing in the Future,' in Amicus Journal; 'Paying Homage,' The Big X: Unravelling Mysteries in a Workshop for Fine Writing,' in Stanford Today; 'City Takes Arts to Heart,' in San Francisco Chronicle
1996
11 13
'Physician named to endowed chair at medical school,' 'Wallace Stegner Papers and Center Come Home to U and the West'
Letters to the Editor, Stanford
1996
11 14
'From the President' in Green Foothills
1997
11 15
Review of 'Great and Peculiar Beauty: A Utah Reader'
By Rick Bass in Western American Literature
1997
11 16
'Puncturing the Myth of the West,' in The New York Times; 'A Debt Repaid,' Salt Lake Magazine
by Barry Scholl
1997
11 17
'On Wilderness and Wallace Stegner,' in The Amicus Journal; 'Stegner and his Sanctuary,' in The Salt Lake Tribune
1997
11 18
'Continuing the Stegner Legacy,' in H and S Quarterly, Stanford; 'Drain Lake Powell? They're Damned if they Do, Damned if they Don't' in The Salt Lake Tribune
1998
11 19
'Stegner's Status,' 'The Names of '47,' 'Secular Saint,' 'President Hits the Golf Course, and the Books,'
New York Times letters to the editor.
11 20
'Wanted: The West of Wallace Stegner,' The Weekly Standard
By Bill Croke; draft of letter from Mary Stegner to Jim Hepworth.
1999
11 21
'Name it after Stegner,' in Palo Alto Weekly; 'In His Words,' in The Salt Lake Tribune
2000
11 22
'Stegner has a soft spot for rough times in Utah'
Holiday By-Lines
11 23
Horizontal and Vertical: The Life of Wallace Stegner,” Randall Casey; “Dr. Wallace Stegner named advisor for new magazine”
11 24
“Wallace Stegner’s Vision of Wilderness” in Western American Literature; “Stegner Shares His Sense of Place” in Los Angeles Times; “Wallace Stegner”
11 25
“A Perspective on Wallace Stegner” by Patricia Rowe Willrich; “Fiction Anthology a tribute to Stegner’s creative vision” by Susan Wolfe; “Wallace Stegner, a Western Writer” by Blair Fuller
11 26
Stanford Loses Stegner Papers,” Palo Alto Weekly; “Speaking of Books” in The New York Times; Speech by Dave Livermore mentioning Stegner; “Phi Beta at U to Honor Noted Alumnus”
11 27
“Authors and Illustrators” in The Stanford Magazine “Sounding off for Stegner”; “Vast land and sky offer a metaphor for life itself”; “Stegner to deliver Tanner Lecture at U”
11 28
“Authors and Illustrators” in The Stanford Magazine “Sounding off for Stegner”; “Vast land and sky offer a metaphor for life itself”; “Stegner to deliver Tanner Lecture at U”
11 29
“It’s Always Too Late”; “Reasons for the Move West”; “Udall Names Stegner as Special Aide”
11 30
“No Mourning Can Restore Our Loss” by Jack Keller “Stegner Fought the changes in his rural neighborhood”; “Censorship vs. Free Minds”; “Readings for Pleasure” by David Streitfeld in The Washington Post
11 31
Japanese newspaper clippings
11 32
Man and Writer
Reviews by Charles Rankin
1996-1997

II:  CorrespondenceReturn to Top

Stegner's correspondence has been organized into five sections. Personal correspondence is located in boxes 12-22. Letters from acquaintances and requests for lectures and autographs are included in this section. Boxes 23 through 29 contain correspondence between Stegner and Bernice Baumgarten and Carl Brandt, his long-time agents at Brandt andamp; Brandt. Also included in this section are copies of brief letters sent to other literary agents, publishers, and media representatives, either by Stegner or his agents. The third group in this section, Publishers (boxes 30-42), contains correspondence, royalty statements and other miscellaneous documents referred to in the correspondence. Stegner's correspondence as West Coast Editor for Houghton Mifflin from 1945 to 1951 is in boxes 43-50. Fan Mail is located in boxes 51-56. All sections are arranged alphabetically by sender. Copies of Stegner's responses are frequently included. Some folders contain manuscripts and/or copies of news articles in addition to the correspondence.

Container(s) Description Dates
A: Personal, A-B
1940s-1990s
Box Folder
12 1
'A'
This folder contains single letters from correspondents whose surnames begins with letter “A”: Carrie Abramovitz, Don Allan, Dick Arndt
12 2
Andy Abarbael
1988
12 3
Ralph Adamo; Ansel Adams
Newsclippings and photocopies of articles regarding the death of Ansel Adams (close friend.)
1981-1984
12 4
Lola Aiken
1992
12 5
Horace M. Albright
1955
12 6
James Algar
1949
12 7
Arda Talbot Allen
1944-1945
12 8
Sydney and Mildred Angleman
1938-1977
12 9
Mrs. Lawrence Arnstein (Flora Jacobi Arnstein)
1982
12 10
Ken Arrow; George Atteberry
1971; 1949-1950
12 11
'B'
This folder contains single letters from correspondents whose surname begins with “B”: Morley Baer, Geraldine Ballard, Adele Barwick, Mary B. Beach, Alan Bible, Bob Bird, Harriet Bissell, Julian Blaustein, Sophie F. (Mrs. Jack) Burden, John L. Brown, Mrs. Reuben Burtness, Russell D. Butcher, Hal Bynner.
12 12
Bruce Babbitt
1981
12 13
William Bagan
1940
12 14
David Haward Bain
1988
12 15
Keith Baker
1945-1946
12 16
Bruce Barnbaum
1988
12 17
Anne Barett
1954
12 18
John Barth
1972-1983
12 19
Henri Barzun
1948
12 20
Jacques Barzun
1952
12 21
Rick Bass
1990-1993
12 22
Winefred Bauman
1973
12 23
Carol Beals
1939-1947
12 24
Bessie Beatty
Includes a note from Harriet Roman.
1944
12 25
Saul Bellow
1965
12 26
STephen Vincent Benet; Ernst G Benkert
1947
12 27
Wendell Berry; David Binder; Lisbeth Bindslev Gier
1961-1993
12 28
Shirley Temple Black
1982
12 29
Alexander Blackburn
1987
12 30
William Blaine; Mrs D Hall Blair
1995
12 31
Bruce Bliven
1955-1977
12 32
Thomas J Bontly
1987
12 33
Daniel J Boorstin
1991-1992
12 34
Elizabeth Bowen
1957
12 35
Curtis Bradford
1939-1941
12 36
Helen Scofield Bradford
1948-1949
12 37
Maria Bradford
1988
12 38
David Bradley
Includes a note from neice Dorothy Bradley.
1980-1990
12 39
Herschel Brickell
1948
12 40
Dean R Brimhall
1943-1973
12 41
Fawn Brodie
1962-1979
12 42
Juanita Brooks
1943-1970
12 43
Beverly Broughton
1988
12 44
John Broughton
1989
12 45
Edmund G Brown
1962-1966
12 46
Emerson Brown, Jr
1981-1987
12 47
George E Brown
1985
12 48
Stuard Gerry Brown
1939-1947
12 49
Sarah Bryden
1971-1974
12 50
Lee V Bufalini
1981-1985
12 51
Eugene Burdick
1955-1987
12 52
Graydon E Burnett
1937-1989
12 53
Nathaniel Burt
1985-1991
12 54
Struthers Burt
Husband to Kay Burt.
1945-1950
12 55
Niven Busch
1971-1973
12 56
Isabel Leighton; Roger Butterfield
1945-1946
B: Personal, C
1940s-1990s
Box Folder
13 1
'C'
This folder contains single letters from correspondents whose surname begins with “C”: Louise Cane, Mauro Cappelletti, James K. Carr, Douglass Cater, Charlie Champlin, Trudy (Mrs. Stanley R.) Chartrand, Betty (Mrs. Edward L.) Chase, Lynn Chase, Mary Teresa Collins, Stuart G. Cross, Patricia Caulfield.
13 2
Colleen Cabot
1981-1984
13 3
Erskine Caldwell
1941-1986
13 4
Hortense Calisher; Curtis Harnack
1944-1966
13 5
RE Cameron
1956
13 6
Lucille Camps
1947
13 7
Vee Camps
1945
13 8
Frederico Cantu
1948
13 9
Olga Carlisle
1987
13 10
Aldo and Joan Casanova; Tertius Chandler
1948-1961
13 11
Horace Cayton
1950
13 12
Edward F Chapman
1939-1947
13 13
John Cheever
1975-1984
13 14
Alan Cheuse
1989-1993
13 15
Clara Park Claiborne
13 16
Anna M Clark
1949
13 17
Harry Clark
1937
13 18
Margaret H Clucas
1995
13 19
Carvel E Collins; Olda G Collinson
1943-1948
13 20
Cort Conley
1981-1988
13 21
Patrick J Conley
1980
13 22
Barnaby Conrad
1988-1992
13 23
Emma Backus Constans
1980
13 24
Alfred Coppel
1971
13 25
Antonio Cosby-Rossmann
1989
13 26
Francoise and Nano Courtillot
1983-1988
13 27
Norman Cousins
1980-1981
13 28
JM Red Cowan
1939-1955
13 29-33
Malcom Cowley
1960-1989
13 34
Alan Cranston
US Senator from California.
1967-1990
13 35
Don William Crary
1948
13 36
Kenneth E Crawford
1955
13 37
William Avery Crawford
1989-1992
13 38
Merle Curti
1988
13 39
Charlie Curtis
1945-1956
C: Personal, D-F
1940s-1990s
Box Folder
14 1
'D'
This folder contains single correspondence from individuals whose surname begins with “D”: Debby Dane, Iris Rainer Dart, Helene Demortier, Joseph Desloge, Joanna Despres, John Donahue, Stanley T. Donner, Ralph W. Dorius, Kim Hancey Duffy, Frank Duveneck, Wilma Dykeman, Franz R. Dykstra.
14 2
Arthur Dahl; John F Dahlberg
1967-1996
14 3
John Daniel
1989-1992
14 4
Louise Davies
1987
14 5
Robert Davies
1985
14 6
William and Ann Decker
1993
14 7
Keith Dediceh
1987
14 8
Marie Dege
1948-1959
14 9
Nicholas Delbanco
1986-1992
14 10
August Derleth
14 11
Paul DeSerres
1966
14 12-14
Avis DeVoto
1960-1988
14 15-16
Bernard DeVoto
1981-1984
14 17
Mark DeVoto
1987-1993
14 18
Mary Ann Diamaret
1987
14 19
James Dickey
1969-1990
14 20
Lovat Dickson
1965
14 21
Ivan Doig; John and Marianne Dodds
1983-1992
14 22
Lawrence Doran
1983-1987
14 23
Pearl Douglas
1937-1938
14 24
TA Dungan; Jayne Dungan
1947-1989
14 25
Steven and Ann Dunsky
1989
14 26
'E'
This folder contains single letters from individuals whose surname begins with “E”: Kenneth Eble, Ralph Ellison, George Elliott.
14 27
Senta Eberl
1971-1974
14 28
Don Edwards
1946
14 29
Fred Eissler
1984
14 30
Robert and Ann Emmitt
1948
14 31
Paul Engle
1957-1961
14 32
Seymour Epstein
1986
14 33-36
Richard Etulain
1973-1993
14 37
Richard Etulain
'Research Opportunities in Western Literary History;' 'Wallace Stegner and Western Spirituality' presented at Brigham Young University Spiritual Values Conference.
1973-2000
14 38
Richard Etulain
“Wallace Stegner, Western Storyteller” presented at American Literature Conference “The American West of Wallace Stegner,” David E. Miller Lecture Series.
2001-2002
14 39
Helen Everitt
1938
14 40
'F'
This folder includes single letters from correspondents whose surname begins with “F”: Josphine (Mrs. Harold P.) Fabian, Kevin J. Fernlund, Lilli Frinkel, Susan Flader, Joseph M. Flora, John Ferrone.
14 41
TJ Falck; George N Falconer
1948-1957
14 42
Francis Farquhar
1947-1950
14 43
Ken Fearing
1939
14 44
Feike Feikema
1944-1948
14 45
Suzanne Ferguson
1972
14 46
Paul W Ferris
1976-1979
14 47
Vardis Fisher
14 48
Anna Fisher
1989
14 49
Norman Foerster
1940-1951
14 50
John Fowles
1970
14 51
Philip Fradkin
Also includes manscript drafts by Fradkin.
1981-1992
14 52
David Freed
1989-1992
14 53
Jane D Friden
1982
D: Personal, G
1940s-1990s
Box Folder
15 1
'G'
This folder contains single letters from correspondents whose surname begins with “G”: John W. Gardner, William A. Garrett, Bob Goodell, Gernice D. Grames, Doris Grumbach, Roger Gustinfirn
15 2
John M. Gaus
1943-1964
15 3
Carol Gavle
Lived near Grandpa Paulen's farm.
15 4
Gus Gazulis
The Frances Sweeney Committee.
1945-1948
15 5
Merrill Joan Gerber
Ghiselin, Brewster and Olive
1970-1989
15 6
James B. Gidney
1948
15 7
Hal Gilliam
Includes manuscript.
1969-1992
15 8
John Gillen
1939-1956
15 9
Herbert Gold
1967-1984
15 10
H. G. Gomperts
1944
15 11
Curtis and Nancy Grant
1974
15 12
Will Graves
1956
15 13-18
Gray Family
1938-1992
15 19
Hannah Green
1987-1989
15 20
Alice Greenfield
1944-1945
15 21
Bill Griffin
1937-1987
15 22
Alfred and Helen Grommon
1976
15 23
John H. Gunderson
Mentions family relations in Minnesota.
1957
15 24
A. B. Guthrie, Jr.
1962-1990
E: Personal, H-I
1940s-1990s
Box Folder
16 1
'H'
This folder contains single letters from individuals whose surname begins with “H”: Edith Hamlin, Gordon Harrison, Nancy Hartung, Sterling Hayden, Sherman Hazeltine, Carl Heintze, Henriette Herz, Serrell Hillman, J. S. (Jim) Holliday, James Hutchinson, W.H. (Hutch) Hutchinson.
16 2
George R. Haddad; Ralph J. Hafen
Includes response from Marion Stegner.
1993
16 3
Louise Kent Hale
1941-1952
16 4
Nancy Hale
1971-1976
16 5
Oakley Hall
1978-1989
16 6
Jeanette Hanby
1992
16 7
Ralph W. Hansen
Stanford University Archivist in 1967. Additional correspondence in research for Angle of Repose, Box 95.
1990
16 8
Deborah Maxwell Harker
1976
16 9
Mark Harris
1969
16 10
Dick Harrison, Mark W . T. Harvey
“Wallace Stegner’s Journey into Wilderness” presented at Brig ham Young University (BYU) Spiritual Values Conference, 2000.
1988-2000
16 11
Gerald Haslam
1990-1992
16 12
William D. Hassett
Secretary to the President of the United States.
1947
16 13
Phyllis McGinley Hayden
1974-1976
16 14
Margaret Calder Hayes
1976
16 15
Ron Hayes
1983
16 16
Martha Heavenston
1989
16 17
Ed L. and Ellie Heller
Letter from Jerome Tone mentions Ellie. Note from Ruth.
1959-1961
16 18
McKinley Helm
1945-1987
16 19-21
James R. (Jim) Hepworth
1985-1993
16 22
Judith Freeman Herrnandez
1986
16 23
Jack and Susan Heyneman
1972-1992
16 24
W. E. Higman
Copy of news article, “Two Men View Ogden, Utah.”
1967-1975
16 25
Lewis and Nancy Hill
1978-1988
16 26
George A. Hirsch
1955
16 27
Edward Hoagland; Britta Hogland-Wickstrom
1950-1992
16 28
Val Holley
1991-1992
16 29
Helene Hooker
1943-1946
16 30
Conie Hoopriaina
Outline “Return of the Lamanites.”
1942
16 31
Paul Horgan; James D. Houston; Motoko Fujishiro Huthwaite
1968-1993
16 32
Boris Ilyin
1950-1968
16 33
Andrew W. Imbrie
1982
16 34
Bill Irvine
1948-1949
16 35
Robert Irvine
1992
16 36
Calvin Israel
Notation from Stegner.
1980
F: Personal, J-K
1940s-1990s
Box Folder
17 1
'J'
This folder contains single letters from correspondents whose surname begins with “J”: Alberta Jacques, Jay E. Johnson, Mrs. LaVell S. Johnson, Paul W. Johnson, Idwal Jones, [?] Joyce.
17 2
Bob and Louise Jacobs
1952
17 3
Josephine Jacobsen
1973-1980
17 4
Ruth James
17 5
Margaret Storm Jameson
1959-1983
17 6
Joseph E. Jannotta
1993
17 7
Howard C. Jensen
1944-1947
17 8
Sidney L. Jensen
1971-1973
17 9
Betty Johnston
1987-1993
17 10
Huey D. Johnson
1982-1992
17 11-12
Howard Mumford Jones and Bessie
1947-1992
17 13
Howard Mumford Jones
“The Genteel Tradition,” “Survival." Reprints.
1959-1970
17 14-15
Howard Mumford Jones
“The Old West,” unfinished manuscript at death.
17 16
Lucile L. Jones
1948
17 17
Frances Judge
1968-1972
17 18
'K'
This folder contains single letters from correspondents whose surname begins with “K”: Michael Kammen, Mrs. Frank Kepl, Rudolph Kieve M.D., The Kimballs (greeting card), Rita Kissin, Kathryn M. Kuehn.
17 19
Margaret Kecskemeti
1986-1992
17 20-21
Charles Kelly
Torrey, Utah; Lolo, Montana.
1942-1974
17 22
Louis and Esther Kesselman
Letters from Wallace Stegner to the Kesselmans.
1944-1982
17 23
Richard M. (Dick) Ketchum
Owner of Country Journal prior to 1987.
1987-1992
17 24
Judson King
Comments on Powell.
1957
17 25
Eric Knight
1941
17 26
Eigil Knuth
1954-1966
17 27
Karen Knuth
1972-1974
17 28
Maxine Hong Kingston
1990
17 29
William (Bill) V. Kinney
1990
17 30
Nicholas Klein
1944
17 31
Arthur Kornberg
1987-1988
17 32
Louis Kronenberger
1970
17 33
Richard C. Kurtz
1988-1993
G: Personal, L-M
1940s-2001
Box Folder
18 1
'L'
This folder contains single letters from correspondents whose surname begins with “L”: Charlton Laird, Mary Lavin, Estella B. Leopold, Harry Levin, Betty Lindemann, Joanna Liston, Irby Lovett.
18 2
Howard Lachtman
1981-1984
18 3
Mary Beth LaDow
“The Astonishing Origins of Wallace Stegner’s Environmental Genius” presented at American Literature Conferenc
1990-2001
18 4
Dorothy Vennard Lamm; Richard D. Lamm
1979-1984
18 5
Eric Larrabee
Comments on Bernard DeVoto.
1973
18 6
Mr. and Mrs. Larsen
Salt Lake City
1948
18 7
David Lavender
1962-1985
18 8
Isabelle Lawrence
1971-1976
18 9
James Lawrence
Letter from Stegner.
1972
18 10
James R. Lawson
1947-1950
18 11
Robert E. Lawther
1948-1976
18 12
Hector Lee
1942
18 13
Philip R. Lee
1967
18 14
Marjorie Leet
1989
18 15
Ella Leffland
1970
18 16
Dave Levin
1971-1976
18 17
Patricia (Patty) Limerick
1988-1992
18 18
Mark Linenthal
1945
18 19
E. H. Linford; E. J. Long
1948-1964
18 20
Barry Lopez
1983-1991
18 21
Pare Lorentz
1964-1983
18 22
Reverend Herman Lucas
1945
18 23
Richard W. Lyman
1977
18 24
'M'
This folder contains single letters from correspondents whose surname begins with “M”: Sheila Macpherson, Les Mahaffy, Robert Manning, Robert (Bob) Manning, A. F. (Al) Manspeaker, Fletcher Markle, Lorraine McKinley, Carey McWilliams, Dove Menkes, June Metcalf, Arthur Miller, J. M. Miller Sr., Lewis Lofton Moneyway, John Mueller, Mardy Murie, Arthur Myers.
18 25
May MacInnis
1948
18 26
Don MacRae
1937-1962
18 27
David Madden; John Maher
1973
18 28
Betty S. Makela; Ben Makela
1972-1989
18 29
Fred Manfred
1973-1988
18 30
Otis (Dock) Marston
1953-1955
18 31
Jack Martin
Two letters written by Stegner.
1950
18 32
Minna Martin; Richard N. Masteller
1940-1977
18 33
Peter and Maria Matthiessen; Gertrude Mattingly
1965-1991
18 34
William Maxwell
1992
18 35
Robert J. McCausland
1990
18 36
Harry McClintock
See also Lee Bufalini (his granddaughter).
1950
18 37
Clyde McConnell
1987-1993
18 38
David McCullough
1980-1993
18 39
Judy McDonald
1970-1971
18 40
Vince J. McGinn
1987
18 41
Larry McMurtry
1990
18 42
Virginia McPherson
1988
18 43
William Meredith
1969-1979
18 44
Kay Merrick
1985
18 45
Christopher Merrill; Louis Mertins
1947-1987
18 46
Toni Milford
1948
18 47
Ward S. Miller
1953
18 48
Al and Elma Milotte
1948-1949
18 49
John R. Milton
1962-1987
18 50
Edith Mirrieless
1959
18 51
V. E. Gil Moody
Includes letter from Stegner.
1980-1986
18 52
John L. Moore
1989
18 53
Dale L. Morgan
1942-1970
18 54
Christopher Morley
1940
18 55
Ira Morris
1955-1967
18 56
Wright Morris
1970-1990
18 57-62
Theodore (Ted) Morrison
Included are “The Devious Way” and “Bread Loaf at Sixty.” Obituary clippings.
1944-1988
18 63
J. K. Morrow
1958
18 64
Howard Mosher
1978-1991
18 65
Frank E. Moss
1965-1967
18 66
Andrew Moursund
Editor, News of Norway.
1955
18 67
Ken Murdock; Ruth M. Murphy
1943-1996
H: Personal, N-Q
1940s-1990s
Box Folder
19 1
Vladimir and Vera Nabokov
1950, 1965, 1967
19 2
R. K. Narayan; Chris Nelson
1951-1983
19 3
Harold L. (Bud) Nelson
1987-1995
19 4
Irving A. Nelson
Mentions grandfather Paulson.
1940
19 5
Norman Nevills
1947-1949
19 6
William New, Jr., M. D.
1980
19 7
Judge William A. (Bill) Newsom; Jack W. Noble
1948-1993
19 8
Howes Norris
1937
19 9
Earl North
1943-1947
19 10
Mary Noyce; Donald and Shawn Nunnally
1947-1995
19 11
'O'
This folder contains single letters from correspondents whose surname begins with “O”: Antoinette Marcia Larmore Ornati, Severo M. Ornstein, Dan O’Shea, Olga Owens.
19 12
Paul and Grace Oehser
1953-1991
19 13-14
Frank O’Connor
Includes letters regarding Frank O’Connor written by others.
1953-1987
19 15
Sean O’Faolain
1966-1985
19 16
Florence Olmsted; Edward A. Olsen; Ted Olson
1946-1985
19 17
Donna Ore; Vrest Orton; Wayne Owens
1939-1991
19 18
Nathaniel Owings
1969-1992
19 19
'P'
This folder contains single letters from correspondents whose surname begins with “P”: Donald Culross Peattie, Rt. Rev. James A. (Jim) Pike, Norman Porter, Larry Powell, J. F. Powers, Agnes de Mille Prude.
19 20
Mr. Packard
Written by Wallace Stegner.
1959
19 21
Nancy Packer
1967
19 22
Ben and Virginia Page
1967
19 23
Zeese Papanikolas
1988
19 24
Susan Parkinson
Includes Stegner's response.
1956
19 25
William D. Patterson; Marion Patterson
1983-1984
19 26
Rodman W. Paul
Stegner two-page description of Angle of Repose included.
1970
19 27
Edmund W. Pavenstedt
1967-1971
19 28
Bonnie Payne
1984
19 29
Ira Peck
1984-1989
19 30
Pennell Peck
1988-1991
19 31
Emilie Perry
1947-1987
19 32
Chase Peterson
1989
19 33
Caroline Sandoz Pifer
Sister to Mari Sandoz.
1971
19 34
Eliot Porter
1978-1979
19 35
Katherine Ann Porter
Includes copies of Stegner’s letters.
1948-1984
19 36
Mary B. Powell
1949-1956
19 37
Fletcher Pratt
1946-1948
19 38
Raye C. Price
1969
19 39
V. S. Pritchett
1970
19 40
Virginia Proctor
1950
19 41
Clay and Maureen Putnam
1983-1986
19 42
S. Joseph Quinney
Includes copy of letter from Stegner.
1945-1965
I: Personal, R-S
1940s-1990s
Box Folder
20 1
'R'
This folder contains single letters from correspondents whose surname begins with “R”: Csha Ralston, Charlotte T. Reid, Nicholas Roosevelt, Marty Rozin.
20 2
Froelich Rainey
1956-1989
20 3
J. Saunders Redding
1943-1968
20 4
Robert Redford
1985-1996
20 5
Penelope Reedy
1983
20 6
Peter H. Reinke
1987-1991
20 7
Betsy Repologle; Harold Rhodenbaugh
1947-1992
20 8
Walter and Jeanette Rideout
1947
20 9
Frances Ring
1981-1989
20 10
Don Rose
1944
20 11
Tony Rossmann
1983-1987
20 12
Philip Roth
1961-1966
20 13
Hughs Rudd
1955-1985
20 14
Waldo Ruess
1981-1983
20 15
'S'
This folder contains single letters from correspondents whose surname begins with “S”: Paul N. Scherbel, Marle Scowcroft, Paul B. Sears, Leon E. Seltzer, Barbaranne Shepard, Lee Silliman, Alec Skeikljohn (?), John C. Slater, Lillian Smith, Radcliffe Squires, Ernest Stefanik, Everett W. Sterling, Pearl Bank Steward, Martha R. Stewart, Polly Stewart, Carl F. Stover.
20 16
Sandor and Priscilla Salgo
1961-1991
20 17
Jane Sanders
1987
20 18
Marilyn Sanders
Regarding her photograph of Stegner in National Portrait Gallery
1992-1993
20 19
Mari Sandoz
1943-1971
20 20
May Sarton;Joan Schapira
1956-1961
20 21
I. Herbert Scheinberg
1974-1992
20 22
Leonard Scheu
1955-1956
20 23
Gretchen Holstein Schoff
20 24
Marian Schlrsinjes
1984
20 25
Mark Schoren
1945-1947
20 26-27
Wilbur Schramm
1937-1990
20 28
Philip E. Schwab
1993
20 29
Winfield Scott
Correspondence and biography.
1941-1970
20 30
Maurice Shadbolt
1993
20 31
Florian J. Shasky
Regarding the Steinbeck family archive.
1992
20 32
Harry Shaw
1941-1986
20 33
Claude and Ibby Simpson
1943-1976
20 34
Herman Riddle Singer
1948
20 35
Sigmund Skard; Robby Slater
1946-1997
20 36
Julia Sloane
1976
20 37
William (Bill) Sloane
1974
20 38
Annick Smith, Bill Kittredge
1987
20 39
Henry Nash Smith
1954-1976
20 40
Charles P. Snow
1960-1971
20 41
Gary Snyder, Phil Snyder
“Supplement to the Courant” reprint from Hartford, 1869
1967-1968, 1984, 1992
20 42
Virginia Sorenson
1943-1956
20 43
David Soyer
1989
20 44
Nan Starling
1949
20 45
Kevin Starr
1973-1991
20 46
Helen Stauffer
1983-1984
20 47
Gaylord Staveley
Mexican Hat Expeditions
1970
20 48
Mabel Stegner, Eudora Stegner, Arnold Steinhardt
1941-1991
20 49
George Stevens
1972-1977
20 50
George R. Stewart
1945-1982
20 51
Irving and Jean Stone
1976-1983
20 52
Flora Straus
Child Study Association.
1945
20 53
William (Bill) Styron
1960-1991
20 54
Myrth M. Stuart
1946-1959
20 55
Joanna Sunborg
1989
20 56
Harvey Swados
1966-1967
20 57
Lois Swanson
St. Helena Public Schools
1989
J: Personal, T-V
1940s-1990s
Box Folder
21 1
'T'
This folder contains single letters from correspondents whose surname begins with “T”: James Thibaut (letter to him written by Stegner), Jack E. Thomas, Beatrice G. Thompson, Jane Tucker, Frederick Turner, Sally Tuttle, Leopold(?) Tyrmaud(?).
21 2
Robert Taft
1952
21 3
Elizabeth Tallent
1994
21 4
Ward Tanzer
1960-1972
21 5
Henry Taylor; Kressman Taylor
1971-1995
21 6
Darwin Teilhet; John Telford
1950-1981
21 7
Charles Edward Thomas
Three letters, telegram. See also Sigma Nu Fraternity, University of Utah.
1941-1953
21 8
Moritz Thompson
1973-1992
21 9
Rupert R. Todd
1939
21 10
K. Ross Toole
Eulogy, 1981.
1976-1988
21 11
Mary Tresidder
1961
21 12
Stephen Trimble
1971-1992
21 13
William (Bill) Turnage
1990-1991
21 14
William Turnbull, Jr.
21 15
Anne Udall
1992
21 16-18
Stewart Udall
“A Longtime Pillar of the Government Now Aids Those Hurt by Its Bombs”
1961-1990
21 19
Ardyth Kennelly Ullman
1973
21 20
Louis Untermeyer
1940-1962
21 21
James Ramsey Ullman
Author of juvenile book on John Wesley Powell.
1958-1959
21 22
Elizabeth Vallance
1989
21 23
Russel Van Arsdale Lee
1972
21 24
Mark Van Doren
1945
21 25
Voldemar Vetluguin
Regarding rights to title, Big Rock Candy Mountain.
1948
21 26
Peter Viereck
Also reprints, news clippings.
1940-1950
21 27
Eliseo Vivas
Friend of Claude Simpson.
1957-1976
21 28
Ved Vrat
1947
K: Personal, W-Z, and Incomplete Names
Box Folder
22 1
'W'
This folder contains single letters from correspondents whose surname begins with “W”: Rev. K. E. Wall, Marion Wallace, Peg Watrous, Mike White, Jon Whyte, Roy Winnick, Warren Wright.
22 2
David Rains Wallace
1984-1992
22 3
J. H. Warkentin
1955
22 4
Robert Penn Warren
1972
22 5-17
Tom Watkins
Includes galleys of article for Wilderness; “Typewritten on Both Sides,” in Audubon, on the conservation career of Stegner. Also letter to Stegner; First to Occupy Wallace Stegner Chair; Montana State University, article; Note to Everett Cooley who donated this copy; Obituary.
1970-2000
22 18
Newton Wayland
1947
22 19
Mary Webster
1941-1942
22 20
Kay Wehner
1994
22 21
Iris Weibull
Includes Stegner's reply.
1955
22 22
Eddie Weismiller
1946-1948
22 23
Dean Faulkner Wells
1981
22 24
Rulon Wells
1940
22 25
Eudora Welty
1969
22 26
Jessamyn West
1945-1972
22 27
F. K. Westerling
1945-1946
22 28
Lynn T. White, Jr.
1943
22 29
Robin White
1960-1984
22 30
Margaret Whitehead
1978
22 31
Rudy Wiebe
1976-1977
22 32
Sylvia Wilcox
1961
22 33
Charles Wilkinson
1986-1992
22 34
Charles Wilkinson
Correspondence with Mary.
1993-1996
22 35
Bob Williams
1950-1961
22 36
Miller Williams
1977
22 37
Rob Williams
1994
22 38
Terry Tempest Williams
1989-1992
22 39
Patricia Rowe Willrich
1990-1991
22 40
Marian and Met Wilson
1988
22 41
Yvor Winters
1953
22 42
Tim Wirth
“Time For a New Crew in Washington”
1990-1992
22 43
Tim Woodward
1984-1985
22 44
Donald Worster; George Wuerthner
1987-1988
22 45
Miss Yamakawa; Karl Young
1951-1979
22 46
Patricia Zelver
1987
22 47
Two Letters Written by Stegner
22 48-50
Incomplete Names
L: Brandt and Brandt Correspondence
Box Folder
23 1
Correspondence
1937
23 2
Correspondence
1938
23 3
Correspondence
1939
23 4
Correspondence
January-April
1940
23 5
Correspondence
May-July
1940
23 6
Correspondence
August-December
1940
23 7
Correspondence
January-March
1941
23 8
Correspondence
April-August
1941
23 9
Correspondence
September-December
1941
23 10
Correspondence
January-June
1942
23 11
Correspondence
July-August
1942
23 12
Correspondence
September-December
1942
23 13
Correspondence
January-March
1943
23 14
Correspondence
April-May
1943
23 15
Correspondence
June-September
1943
23 16
Correspondence
October-December
16
23 17-18
Correspondence
1944-1945
23 19
Correspondence
January-June
1946
23 20
Correspondence
July-December
1946
23 21
Correspondence
January-June
1947
23 22
Correspondence
July-December
1947
23 23-24
Correspondence
1948-1949
24 1-3
Correspondence
1950-1952
24 4
Correspondence
January-June
1953
24 5
Correspondence
July-December
1953
24 6
Correspondence
January-March
1954
24 7
Correspondence
April-June
1954
24 8
Correspondence
July-September
1954
24 9
Correspondence
October-December
1954
24 10
Correspondence
January-March
1955
24 11
Correspondence
April-August
1955
24 12
Correspondence
September-December
1955
24 13
Correspondence
January-March
1956
24 14
Correspondence
April-June
1956
24 15
Correspondence
July-September
1956
24 16
Correspondence
October-December
1956
24 17
Correspondence
January-March
1957
24 18
Correspondence
April-July
1957
24 19
Correspondence
August-December
1957
24 20
Correspondence
November-December
1957
25 1
Correspondence
January-April
1958
25 2
Correspondence
May-July
1958
25 3
Correspondence
August-September
1958
25 4
Correspondence
October-December
1958
25 5
Correspondence
January-February
1959
25 6
Correspondence
March
1959
25 7
Correspondence
April
1959
25 8
Correspondence
May-June
1959
25 9
Correspondence
July-October
1959
25 10
Correspondence
November-December
1959
25 11
Correspondence
January-March
1960
25 12
Correspondence
April-May
1960
25 13
Correspondence
June-August
1960
25 14
Correspondence
September-October
1960
25 15
Correspondence
November-December
1960
25 16
Correspondence
January-February
1961
25 17
Correspondence
March-April
1961
25 18
Correspondence
May-June
1961
25 19
Correspondence
July-September
1961
25 20
Correspondence
October-December
1961
26 1
Correspondence
January-April
1962
26 2
Correspondence
May-June
1962
26 3
Correspondence
July-December
1962
26 4
Correspondence
January-May
1963
26 5
Correspondence
June-December
1963
26 6
Correspondence
January-March
1964
26 7
Correspondence
April-December
1964
26 8-9
Correspondence
1965-1966
26 10
Correspondence
January-April
1967
26 11
Correspondence
May-July
1967
26 12
Correspondence
August-September
1967
26 13
Correspondence
October-December
1967
26 14
Correspondence
January-March
1968
26 15
Correspondence
April-June
1968
26 16
Correspondence
July-August
1968
26 17
Correspondence
September-December
1968
27 1
Correspondence
January-April
1969
27 2
Correspondence
May-December
1969
27 3
Correspondence
January-May
1970
27 4
Correspondence
June-October
1970
27 5
Correspondence
November-December
1970
27 6
Correspondence
January-May
1971
27 7
Correspondence
June-August
1971
27 8
Correspondence
September-December
1971
27 9
Correspondence
January-June
1972
27 10
Correspondence
July-October
1972
27 11
Correspondence
November-December
1972
27 12
Correspondence
January-May
1973
27 13
Correspondence
June-December
1973
28 1
Correspondence
January-March
1974
28 2
Correspondence
April-September
1974
28 3
Correspondence
October-December
1974
28 4
Correspondence
January-June; agreement with Brandt and Brandt.
1975
28 5
Correspondence
July-September
1975
28 6
Correspondence
October-December
1975
28 7-16
Correspondence
1976-1984
M: Brandt and Brandt Correspondence, 1986-1993 and Other Agents Correspondence, 1930s-1990s
1930s-1990s
Box Folder
29 1-8
Brandt and Brandt
Correspondence.
1986-1996
29 9
AFG Literary Agency
1937
29 10-12
A. M. Heath and Co. Ltd
Correspondence.
1940-1979
29 13
A. M. Heath and Co. Ltd
Royalty Statements.
1960-1992
29 14
Agenzia Letteraria Internazionale
1960-1985
29 15
Bar David Literary Agency
1972
29 16
Bookman Literary Agency
1940-1983
29 17
Charles E. Tuttle Co. Literary Agency
1963-1975
29 18
Cyrilly Abels
1962
29 19
Czechoslovak Theatrical and Literary Agency
1967-1974
29 20
Diamond Artists Ltd. Agency
1961
29 21
Donald Friede
1949-1950
29 22
Editura Univers
1972
29 23
Editora Jomap S.A.
1971
29 24
Else Munch
1961
29 25
Gordon L. Mann
Literary Corporation of America.
1947
29 26
Gosta Dahl and Son
1967
29 27
H. N. Swanson, Inc. Agency
1961-1973
29 28
Hanna-Kirsti Koch
1952-1967
29 29
Harold Matson Company, Inc.
1975-1978
29 30
Harry Jacobsen
1953
29 31
International Editors Co.
1961
29 32
J. E. Bloch
1961-1962
29 33
Jacques Chambrun Inc.
1937
29 34
John Schaffner
1948
29 35
Julio F. Yanez, Agencia Literaria
1961-1975
29 36
K. Yano Literary Agency
1968
29 37
Lawrence Smith
1961-1962
29 38
Maxwell Aley Associates
1981-1983
29 39
MCA Artists, Ltd.
1945-1948
29 40
Michel Hoffman, Agent
1946-1951
29 41
Mohrbooks Literary Agency
1966-1983
29 42
Panstwowy Instytut Wydawniczy
1968-1972
29 43
Prins and Prins, Literary Agents
1967
29 44
Slovenska Literarna Agentura
1971-1973
29 45
William Morris Agency
1957-1970
N: Publishers, A
1930s-1990s
Box Folder
30 1
AA Wyn Publisher
1945
30 2
Albert Bonnier Publishing House
1944-1946
30 3-6
Alfred A. Knopf
Correspondence and Royalty Statements.
1943-1992
30 7
Alfred Scherz Verlag
1962-1970
30 8
Algonquin Books of Chapel Hill
1986-1993
30 9-10
Almqvist and Wiksell/Gebers
Correspondence and Royalty Statements.
1965-1967
30 11
A. N. Marquis Company
30 12-13
American Heritage Publishing Co.
Correspondence with Editors, including Bruce Catton, Alvin M. Josephy, Jr,Alvin M. Josephy, Jr., Thomas H. Watkins.
1955-1987
30 14
American Literature
Correspondence.
1947
30 15
The American Magazine
1941-1953
30 16
The American Mercury
Correspondence
1944
30 17
American Notes and Queries
1941
30 18
American Prefaces
1939
30 19
American Way
Correspondence
1989-1992
30 20
The American West
Correspondence
1964-1965
30 21
American West Publishing Company
Correspondence; Publisher of American West magazine, The American Wilderness
1964-1983
30 22
The Amicus Journal
1984
30 23
Ammunition
Dave Erdman, Editor.
1945
30 24
Angel Island Publications
1961-1962
30 25
Antaeus–The Ecco Press
Correspondence
30 26
ARAMCO WORLD Magazine
1967-1974
30 27
Architectural Digest
Correspondence
1993
30 28
Argosy
Correspondence.
1951
30 29
Arizona Highways
Correspondence.
1983
30 30
Arizona and the West
Correspondence.
1961
30 31
Art and Antiques
Correspondence.
1987
30 32-34
Associated Magazine Contributors, Inc.
Correspondence regarding stock offering; ‘47 Magazine of the Year, correspondence; ‘48 Magazine of the Year, correspondence.
1946-1947
30 34-38
The Atlantic Monthly Press
Correspondence.
1940-1982
30 39
The Authors Guild, Inc.
Correspondence.
1974
30 40
Authors of the West
Correspondence
1988
30 41
Avon Publishing Co., Inc.
1949-1950
O: Publishers, B-C
1930s-1990s
Box Folder
31 1
Baker Publishing Co.
Bob Neprud correspondence.
1939
31 2
Baldini and Castoldi
1947
31 3
Ballantine Books
Correspondence
1953-1960
31 4-5
Bantam Books, Inc.
Correspondence; Royalty Statements.
1951-1955
31 6
Bara Shuppan
Royalty Statements.
1978-1979
31 7
Barrie Books Ltd
Royalty Statements
1966
31 8-9
Basic Books, Inc.
Correspondence; Author’s guide; Royalties.
1964-1973
31 10
The Bloomsbury Review
1990
31 11
Bobbs-Merrill Company
1938-1964
31 12
The Bodley Head
1968
31 13
Book Find Club
1946
31 14
Book-of-the-Month Club
Correspondence
1956-1993
31 15-16
Books on Demand
Correspondence; Royalty Statements
1967-1990
31 17
Boston City Reporter
1944
31 18
Browntrout Publishers
Correspondence
1991-1993
31 19-21
C. Bertelsmann
Correspondence; Royalty Statements.
1947-1958
31 22
CBS Publications
Correspondence.
1980
31 23
California
Correspondence
1981-1986
31 24
Casper Star Tribune
1993
31 25
Caxton Press
1938-1939
31 26
Chatelaine
1942
31 27
The Chicago Daily News
Request from David Appel.
1943
31 28
The Chicago Sun
1944
31 29
Chronicle Books
1970-1982
31 30
The Citadel Press
Correspondence
1964
31 31
Collier’s
Correspondence
1940-1959
31 32
Common Council for American Unity
1944-1946
31 33
Comstock Editions
Correspondence.
1971-1972
31 34
The Conde Nast Publications, Inc.
1958-1974
31 35
Confluence Press, Inc.
Correspondence
1989-1991
31 36
Contact
Correspondence
1959-1960
31 37
Coronet Magazine
Editor writing to Stegner as Houghton Mifflin West Coast editor.
1945-1961
31 38
Cosmopolitan
Correspondence.
1947-1954
31 39
Country Journal
Correspondence.
1976-1981
31 40
CountryLife
Correspondence
1992
31 41
Countryside
1991
31 42
Cowles Magazine, Inc.
Correspondence
1948
31 43
Crown Publishers
Correspondence
1971
31 44
Curtis Brown, Ltd.
Correspondence
1938-1970
31 45
The Curtis Publishing Company
1967-1968
P: Publishers, D
1930s-1990s
Box Folder
32 1-2
D. C. Heath and Company
Correspondence; Royalty Statements.
1941-1970
32 3
Daedalus
Correspondence
1976
32 4
Davis Publications in English
Royalty Statements
1969-1976
32 5
Decision
1941
32 6-7
Dell Books
Correspondence; Royalties
1962-1990
32 8
The Delphian Society
1938-1944
32 9
Deseret News
writer Sherril W. Taylor request; Stegner’s reply included.
1948
32 10
The Dial Press
1968-1971
32 11
Dialogue
Correspondence
1971
32 12
Dictionary of American Biography
Correspondence
1955
32 13
Dodd, Mead and Company
1960
32 14
Doubleday-Doran and Company
Correspondence
1940-1965
32 15-22
Doubleday
Correspondence
1968-1979
Box
33
Publishers, Doubleday-Duell, Sloan and Pearce, Inc
1930s-1990s
Box Folder
33 1-7
Doubleday
Correspondence and Royalty Statements
1948-1992
33 8
Dream Garden Press
1982-1989
33 9-16
Duell, Sloan, and Pearce, Inc.
Correspondence and Royalty Statements.
1939-1961
34
Publishers, E-G
1930s-1990s
Box Folder
34 1-4
E. P. Dutton
Correspondence and Royalty Statements.
1944, 1975-1979, 1980-1990
34 5-6
Editions Du Bateau Ivre
Correspondence
1946-1947
34 7
The English Journal
Correspondence
1948
34 8
Epoch
1979
34 9
Esquire
Correspondence
1940-1988
34 10
F. E. Compton and Company
Correspondence
1954
34 11
Fantasy
A Literary Quarterly
1938-1939
34 12
Far Eastern Survey
1945
34 13
Farm Journal
1948
34 14-15
Farrar, Straus and Company, Inc.
Correspondence and Royalty Statements.
1948-1989
34 16
Fawcett Books
Correspondence
1991
34 17
Ford Publications
1956
34 18
Ford Times
Correspondence
1953, 1987-1988
34 19
Fortnight
The Newsmagazine of California
1950
34 20-25
The Franklin Library
Royalty Statements
1976-1990
34 26
Frontier and Midland
Letter from Stegner.
1936
34 27
Funk and Wagnalls
Correspondence
1952
34 28
G. K. Hall and Co.
Royalty Statements
1979-1983
34 29
Gambit
Correspondence
1968, 1974-1975
34 30
The Georgia Review
Correspondence
1954
34 31
Gibbs Smith, Publisher
Correspondence and Royalty Statements.
1983-1997
34 33
Glamour
Correspondence
1946
34 34
Globe Magazines Incorporated
1936
34 35
Golden Turtle Press
1991
34 36
Good Housekeeping
1947-1954
35
Publishers, H-Horizon
1930s-1990s
Box Folder
35 1-2
Hammond, Hammond and Company, Ltd.
Correspondence and Royalty Statements.
1950-1966
35 3-4
Harcourt, Brace and Company
Correspondence, Royalty Statements.
1939-1966
35 5
Harcourt, Brace, Jovanovich, Inc.
Correspondence
1973-1987
35 6
Harcourt, Brace and World, Inc.
Correspondence
1962-1969
35 7
Harper and Brothers
Correspondence
1937-1951
35 8
Harper and Row, Publishers
1963-1965
35 9
Harper’s Bazaar
1941-1967
35 10
Harper’s Magazine
Correspondence
1939-1992
35 11
The Harvard Common Press
Correspondence
1981
35 12
Harvard University Press
Correspondence
1961
35 13
Hastings House, Publishers
1960
35 14-15
Hawthorne Books
Correspondence and Royalty Statements.
1970-1980
35 16
Headlines and Pictures
Monthly Negro News Review.
1945
35 17
Henry Holt and Company
1939-1942
35 18
The Heritage Press
1965
35 19
High Country News
1992
35 20
Hill and Wang, Inc.
Correspondence
1961-1971
35 21
Hill Publishing Company
Correspondence
1968
35 22
Holiday
A Curtis Publication
1947-1974
35 23-30
Holt, Rinehart and Winston
Correspondence and Royalty Statements
1956-1983
35 31
Home and Highway Magazine
1959
35 32
Horizon
Correspondence
1962
36
Publishers, Houghton Mifflin
This box contains fifty years of Stegner's correspondence with Paul Brooks, Lovell Thompson, Austin Olney and others at Houghton Mifflin. Paul Brooks' manuscript, "Canyonlands: A New National Park?" is found in folder 19.
1941-1991
Box Folder
36 1
Houghton Mifflin Correspondence
1941-1945
36 2-3
Houghton Mifflin Correspondence
1946
36 4-5
Houghton Mifflin Correspondence
1947
36 6-7
Houghton Mifflin Correspondence
1948
36 8-9
Houghton Mifflin Correspondence
1949
36 10-11
Houghton Mifflin Correspondence
1950
36 12
Houghton Mifflin Correspondence
1951
36 13
Houghton Mifflin Correspondence
1952
36 14
Houghton Mifflin Correspondence
1953
36 15
Houghton Mifflin Correspondence
1954
36 16
Houghton Mifflin Correspondence
1955
36 17
Houghton Mifflin Correspondence
1956
36 18
Houghton Mifflin Correspondence
1957-1959
36 19
Houghton Mifflin Correspondence
'Canyonlands: A New National Park?' by Paul Brooks
1960-1963
36 20
Houghton Mifflin Correspondence
1964-1969
36 21
Houghton Mifflin Correspondence
1971-1991
37
Publishers, Houghton Mifflin-L
1930s-1990s
Box Folder
37 1-5
Houghton Mifflin
Royalty Statements
1940-1990
37 6
Howe Press
Correspondence
1950
37 7
Howell, Soskin, Publishers, Inc.
Correspondence
37 8
The Hudson Review
1979
37 9
The Infantry Journal
1948-1949
37 10
International Creative Management
Correspondence
1976-1991
37 11
Island Press
1988
37 12
J. B. Lippincott Company
Correspondence
1942-1954
37 13
James T. White, Publishers
1950-1952
37 14
John Daniel and Company
1991
37 15
Junior Bazaar
Barbara Lawrence correspondence.
1946
37 16
The Kenyon Review
1938
37 17
Ladies Home Journal
Correspondence
1967, 1970
37 18
Lane Publishing Co.
1981-1990
37 19
Les Presses De La Cite
Royalty Statements
1961
37 20
Lexikos
Correspondence
1981-1982
37 21
Library Journal
Correspondence
1968
37 22
Life
Correspondence
1938, 1954-1992
37 23
Literary Guild of America, Inc.
1960, 1970
37 24-27
Little, Brown and Company
Correspondence and Royalty Statements.
1936-1990
37 28-29
Look
Correspondence
1943-1967
37 30
Los Angeles Times
Correspondence
1980-1990
37 31
Limited Editions Club
1965-1966
38
Publishers, M-P
1930s-1990s
Box Folder
38 1
Maclean’s
Correspondence
1954-1955
38 2-3
The MacMillan Company
Correspondence and Royalty Statement
1940-1969
38 4
Mademoiselle
Correspondence
1940-1959
38 5
Maryland Quarterly
1944
38 6
MCA, Inc.
Correspondence
1975
38 7-8
McCall Corporation
Correspondence
1937-1975
38 9-11
McGraw-Hill Book Company
Correspondence and Royalty Statements
1959-1986
38 12
McPhee Gribble Publishers
Correspondence
1988-1989
38 13-14
Meredith Press
Correspondence and Royalty Statements
1964-1969
38 15
Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer, Inc. (MGM)
Correspondence
1967
38 16
Michigan Quarterly Review
1987
38 17
Mondadori Publishing Company
Correspondence
1967
38 18
Montana
Correspondence
1986, 1990
38 19
The Morning Call
Correspondence
1991
38 20
National Geographic Society
Correspondence
1954-1979
38 21
Natural History
Correspondence
1971, 1990
38 22
New American Library of World Literature
Correspondence
1960, 1984
38 23
New Day Publishers
Correspondence
1974
38 24
New Media, Inc.
Photocopy of check.
1991
38 25
The New Republic
Correspondence
1938, 1949, 1982
38 26
New West
Correspondence
1981
38 27
New York Graphic Society
Correspondence
1973-1974
38 28
New York Herald Tribune
1950
38 29
The New York Times Book Review
Correspondence
1947-1976
38 30
The New Yorker
Correspondence
1940-1972
38 31
Next
Correspondence
1979
38 32
Nick Lyons Books
Correspondence
1988
38 33
North Point Press
Correspondence
1987
38 34
Nugget
Correspondence
1956
38 35
The One World Book Club
1946
38 36
Outlet Book Company
Correspondence
1980
38 37
Outside Magazine
1992
38 38
The Pacific Historical Review
1938
38 39
The Pacific Spectator
Correspondence and Suggestions to Contributors.
1950
38 40
Pantheon Books
Correspondence
1991
38 41
The Paris Review
1987-1991
38 42
Partisan Review
Correspondence
1954-1955
38 43
Paul Zsolnay Verlog
Correspondence
1961
38 44
Penguin Books
Royalty Statements
1989-1992
38 45
Peninsula Living
1956
38 46
Peregrine Smith
Correspondence
1977-1978, 1991
38 47
Perspectives USA
Correspondence
1953
38 48
Pettinella Advertising Company
Correspondence
1974
38 49
The Pilgrim Press
1945
38 50
Playboy
Correspondence
1958
38 51
Plaza and Janes, S.A.
Royalty Statements
1964-1965
38 52
Popular Library, Inc.
Correspondence
1954
38 53
Praeger Publishers, Inc.
Correspondence
1975
38 54
The Prairie Press
Muscatine, Iowa
1938-1939
38 55
Prentice-Hall, Inc.
Correspondence
1967
38 56
The Publishers’ Weekly
1938-1939
39
Publishers, R-Shawnee
1930s-1990s
Box Folder
39 1
Racine Press
1962
39 2-7
Random House
Correspondence and Royalty Statements
1949-1992
39 8
Reader’s Digest
Correspondence
1943-1984
39 9
Red Book Magazine
1937, 1961
39 10
The Reporter
Correspondence
1949-1962
39 11-12
Rinehart and Company
Correspondence and Royalty Statements
1948-1958
39 13
Rocky Mountain Magazine
Correspondence
1979-1980
39 14
Rocky Mountain Review
Correspondence
1938-1946
39 15
Roger Butterfield
1946
39 16
Russell and Volkening, Inc.
1949-1950
Correspondence
39 17
San Diego Union-Tribune
1993
39 18
San Francisco Chronicle
Correspondence
1946-1955, 1976, 1984
39 19
San Francisco Examiner
Correspondence
1984
39 20
The Saturday Evening Post
1942-1967
39 21-22
The Saturday Review of Literature
1927-1947, 1949-1971
39 23
Scherz
Royalty Statements
1966-1972
39 24
Scholastic, Inc.
1985
39 25
Schuler-Verlag
Correspondence
1951
39 26
The Scientific Monthly
1936
39 27
Scott, Foresman and Company
Correspondence
1949-1983
39 28
The Selznick Company, Inc.
Correspondence
1961
39 29
Sequoia
Correspondence
1986
39 30-31
Shawnee Press, Inc.
Correspondence and Royalty Statements
1974-1977
40
Publishers, S-U
1930s-1990s
Box Folder
40 1
Sierra
Correspondence
1959, 1968-1992
40 2
Sierra Club Books
Correspondence
1974-1996
40 3-5
Simon and Schuster
Correspondence and Royalty Statements
1936-1991
40 6
Smithsonian Magazine
Correspondence
1989-1990
40 7
Sol III Publications
Correspondence
1975
40 8
South Dakota Review
1969-1971
40 9
Southern Methodist University Press
Correspondence
1949, 1984
40 10
The Southern Review
Correspondence; Published by Louisiana State University.
1936, 1970
40 11
Southwest Review
Correspondence; Published by Southern Methodist University Press.
1939-1949
40 12
Sports Illustrated
Correspondence
1954-1955
40 13
St. Louis Post Dispatch
Correspondence
1964-1965
40 14
Star Weekly
Correspondence
1964
40 15
Story and The Story Press
1937-1942
40 16
Swank
Correspondence
1956
40 17
Texas Monthly
1980
40 18
Texas Quarterly
1958
40 19
Thomas Y. Crowell Company
1964
40 20
Thorndike Press
Royalty Statements
1989-1990
40 21
Time
Correspondence
1939-1971
40 22
Times Tribune
1985
40 23
Tioga Publishing Company
Correspondence
1988-1991
40 24
Today’s Health
Correspondence
1959
40 25
Today’s Woman
1947-1953
40 26
The Tokyo Shimbun
1951
40 27
Tomorrow
Correspondence
1947-1950
40 28
Travel and Leisure
Correspondence
1972-1973
40 29
Travel Review and Digest
Correspondence
1989-1990
40 30
University of Arizona Press
Correspondence
1983-1987
40 31
University of California Press
1953
40 32
University of Chicago Press
1945-1992
40 33
University of Denver Press
1952
40 34
University of Idaho Press
Correspondence
1985-1986
40 35
University of Illinois Press
1973
40 36
University of Kansas
Letter from Stegner to Roy West, Jr.
1949
40 37
Louisiana State University Press
1970
40 38
University of Michigan Press
Correspondence and Royalty Statements
1987-1991
40 40-42
University of Nebraska Press
Correspondence and Royalty Statements
1945-1992
40 43
University of Nebraska Press
Lifetime Sales Quantities for Spectator Bird; History of Sales for Spectator Bird.
1989
40 44
University of Nevada Press
1982
40 45
University Press of New England
Correspondence and Royalty Statements; On the Teaching of Creative Writing.
1988-1989
40 47
University of New Mexico Press
Correspondence
1955-1993
40 48
The University of Toronto Quarterly
1940, 1974
40 49-50
University of Utah Press
Correspondence and Royalty Statements
1964-1992
40 51
University of Washington Press
1988
40 52
University of Wisconsin Press
1985
40 53
USWest
Correspondence
40 54
Utah Geographic Series
1987
41
Publishers, V
1930s-1990s
Box Folder
41 1
Vallecchi Editore Firenze
Correspondence
1984
41 2-11
Viking Press
Correspondence and Royalty Statements
1940-1992
41 12
The Virginia Quarterly Review
Correspondence
1938-1970
41 13
Vogue
Correspondence
1952-1958
42
Publishers, W-Y
1930s-1990s
Box Folder
42 1
W. H. Freeman and Company
Report to Stockholders
1951
42 2
W. W. Norton and Company
Correspondence
1979
42 3
Wadsworth Publishing Company
1969
42 4
Warner Books
1987
42 5
Washington Square Press
Correspondence
1982
42 6
Westcliffe Publishers
Correspondence
1988-1992
42 7
Western American Literature
1985-1993
42 8
Western Living
Correspondence
1990
42 9-11
Western Printing and Lithographing Co.
Correspondence and Royalty Statements
1956-1962
42 12
Western Review
Correspondence
1949-1950
42 13
Western’s World
1976
42 14
Westwater Press, Inc.
Correspondence; Includes map reprint from Gathering of Zion.
1980-1982
42 15
Westways
1976-1978
42 16-17
William Heinemann Ltd.
Correspondence and Royalty Statements
1937, 1959-1980
42 18
William Kaufmann, Inc.
Correspondence
1977
42 19
William Sloane Associates, Inc.
Correspondence
1946-1952
42 20
Woman’s Day
Correspondence
1948-1968
42 21
Woman’s Home Companion and World Herald Magazine
1944-1954; 1972
42 22
Worldover Press
1946-1950
42 23
The Writer
Correspondence
1937-1962
42 24-26
Xerox University Microfilms
Correspondence and Royalty Statements
1974-1975
42 26
The Yale Review
Correspondence
1941-1950
42 27
Yolla Bolly Press
Correspondence
1982-1991
42 28
List of Newspapermen, List of English Publishers
43
West Coast Editor, Houghton Mifflin, A-B
Wallace and Mary were the West Coast Editors of Houghton Mifflin publishers from 1945 to 1951. Boxes 43 to 50 contain the correspondence related to this position. Also included throughout, correspondence with editors Austin Olney and Paul Brooks.
1945-1951
Box Folder
43 1
A
This file contains correspondence with correspondents whose surname begins with A: Mary S. Abbot, William A. Allen, Eleanor (Mrs. Sherwood) Anderson, Mrs. Atterbury, Clio Lee Aydelott.
43 2
George Abbe
1948-1949; 1963
43 3
Frank Adams
1951
43 4
Veotta McKinley Adams
1950
43 5
Sara Thomas Agnew
1945
43 6
Lydia Louise Ainsworth
1949
43 7
Clifford L. Alderman
1947-1949
43 8
Maxwell Aley
1947-1948
43 9
Frances Anater
1945
43 10
Esther V. Anderson
1950
43 11
Thornton H. Anderson
1949
43 12
Herant K. Armen
1945
43 13
Robert P. Armstrong
1945-1946
43 14
Della Downing Arroyo
1945, 1951
43 15
Edna Ida Asmus
1951
43 16
B
This file contains correspondents whose surname begins with “B”: Louise Furber, Jackson Burke, Jo Bush, Rose Butler.
1945-1951
43 17
Helen Miller Bailey
1949-1953
43 18
Lois Ruth Bailey
1946
43 19
Tom Bair
1948-1951
43 20
Keith Baker
1945
43 21
Bert Barnett
1945
43 22
Jane Terrill Barrow
1946
43 23
Alice S. Beardsley
1945
43 24
Margaret S. Bearnson
1945
43 25
Natalia Beck
1947
43 26
R. E. Becker
1952
43 27
Barbara Beckett
1950
43 28
Mabel Bell
1952
43 29
Russell Bennett
1947
43 30
Kari Berggrav
1944-1945
43 31
Joyce C. Berkov
1945
43 32
Eleanor Bisbee
1952
43 33
Richard Bissell
1950-1952
43 34
Guro Bjornson
1947
43 35
Burnett Bolloten
1951-1952
43 36
Gertrude E. Boothe
1949
43 37
Constance B. Bordwell
1949
43 38
Richard Warner Borst
1946
43 39
Verona Toronto Bowen
1947
43 40
Curtis Bradford
1948-1949
43 41
Thalia Bradford
1950
43 42
Frederick Bracher
1988
43 43
George Brammer
1948
43 44
John Broberg
1945-1947
43 45
David Brodie
1947
43 46
Dorothy Brooks
1945
43 47
Juanita Brooks
1948-1949
43 48
Paul Brooks
1945, 1952
43 49
Nicholas Broughton
1947
43 50
Clarence Brown
1947-1951
43 51
FB Brown
1947-1951, 1945
43 52
John L. Brown
1946-1947
43 53
Mrs. S. W. Brown
1946
43 54
Joanne B. Bruer
1949-1950
43 55
Fred C. Bruhns
1952
43 56
John Bullitt
1947
43 57
Carlos Bulosan
1948
43 58
Thomas P. Burton
1947, 1950
43 59
William P. Butler
1947
44
Houghton Mifflin, C-E
1945-1951
Box Folder
44 1
C
This folder includes single page correspondence from correspondents whose surname begins with “C”: Olive M. Chiswell, Joan Poindexter Colby, Faith conklin, Madison A. Cooper, Jr.
44 2
Herb Caen
1947-1948
44 3
John Caldwell
1947-1948
44 4
Dorothy Gray Carlton
1953
44 5
Lynn Carman
1952
44 6
Sally Carrighar
1948-1952
44 7
Edna Floyd Cash
1946-1947
44 8
Shau Wing Chan
1950
44 9
Richard Chase
1951
44 10
M. N. Chattegee
1952
44 11
Gene Claussen
1945
44 12
Gertrude Clausen
1946
44 13
Ann Cleveland (J.A. Sinclair)
1949
44 14
Archie Cloud
1953
44 15
Louis Cochran
1947
44 16
Christie Lund Coles
1949
44 17
Commonwealth Club
1948-1949
44 18
J. Douglas Cook
1953
44 19
Madame Charlotte Berend Corinth
1945
44 20
Arthur Crabtree
1947-1948
44 21
Roscoe F. Crandall
1945, 1948
44 22
Richard Cresse
1949-1950
44 23
Mary B. Cushman
1946
44 24
D
This folder contains single page correspondence from correspondents whose surname begins with “D”: Margery Darrell, Lucille Dawkins, Lew Doran
1945-1951
44 25
James R. Daniels
1949
44 26
Bernice Darley
1947
44 28
Pearce Davis
1945
44 29
Mary Lucille Dawkins
1953
44 30
Mildred Dern Dean
1952
44 31
Eleanor DeLameter
1947
44 32
Alex DeSoto
1952
44 33
John B. Dias
1952
44 34
Grace B Diffendorf
1945
44 35
Jim Dilles
1952
44 36
Ida Flood Dodge
1948
44 37
W. H. Donald
1945
44 38
David Dortort
1947
44 39
Berta Dowell
1948-1949
44 40
Esther Dryden
1947
44 41
Frances Fisher Dubuc
1949-1951
44 42
Frank W. Durkee
1949
44 43
Ruth Eastman
1945
44 44
Gertrude Eberle
1947
44 45
Stella Edwards
1948
44 46
Henry Ehrenberg
1945-1947
44 47
Paul Ellerbe
1945
44 48
O. L. Elliott
1947
44 49
Stuart E. Elliott
1952
44 50
E
This folder contains single letters from correspondents whose surname begins with “E”: Paul Eldridge, Ted Ellsworth, Charles Everett, Helen Everitt.
1947-1951
44 51
Lucile Enos
1948
44 52
Mary O. Everett
1945-1946
44 53
Helen Everitt
1947-1950
45
Houghton Mifflin, F-G
1945-1951
Box Folder
45 1
F
This folder contains single letters from correspondents whose surname begins with “F”: Alfred Frankenstein, Louise Furber.
1945-1946
45 2
Martha Farwell
1945
45 3
Kenneth Ferguson
1949
45 4
Lawrence Fernsworth
1953
45 5
Bert R. Ferris
1945-1948
45 6
Eudora B. Ferry
1947
45 7
Claire Fischer
1951
45 8
Anne B. Fisher
1947-1948
45 9
Kathryn Forbes
1946-1948
45 10
Edsall P. Ford
1951
45 11-12
George Cory Franklin
1945-1952
45 13
F. B. Franklin
1947
45 14
Spencer Freer
1945
45 15
Elisabeth Freidel
1947
45 16
Philip Allan Friedman
1953
45 17
G
This folder contains single letters from correspondents whose surname begins with “G”: Louis David Gelfan, Henry Thomas letter mentioning Mrs. Gidley and Ghiselin manuscripts, Betty Sue Gottfried, Ruby Evans Grimes.
1946-1950
45 18
John Garton
1945
45 19
J. Parker Garvie
1946
45 20
Nancy Gennes
1950
45 21
Brewster Ghiselin
1946-1948
45 22
Lois Gideon
1947
45 23
Mrs. Arthur D. Gifford
1951
45 24
Harry Girvetz
1945-1949
45 25
Walter Glaser
1953
45 26
Richard Glassman
1946
45 27
Andrew Glaze
1946-1948
45 28
W. G. Graham
1950-1951
45 29
Eugenie Granger
1945, 1953
45 30
Harriet Helman Gray
1948
45 31
William (Bill) Griffin
1946-1947
45 32-34
Beatrice Griffith
1945-1951
45 35-36
Evelyn Grinnell (Shore)
1952-1953
45 37
Irene Welch Grissom
1949
45 38
Ada Morse Grose
1945-1946
45 39
Peter Guldbrandsen
1946
46
Houghton Mifflin, H-L
1945-1951
Box Folder
46 1
H
In this folder are single letters from, or concerned with, correspondents whose surname begins with “H”: Mary Halliday, Mrs. Ruth H[a]milton, Joseph Wm. Hansen, Rex F. Harlow, Jenneth Haxton, Jr., Charles N. Heckelmann.
46 2
Kilsoo Haan
1949
46 3
Mabel George Haig
1947
46 4
W. J. Hairs
1950
46 5
Fred D. Harbaugh
1951
46 6
Hastings Harcourt
1945
46 7
Russell Hare
1952
46 8
Lawrence Hart
1947
46 9
Joyce Hartman
1946-1948
46 10
Percival Hawley
1948
46 11
Mrs. Lee R. Hayman
1948
46 12
John Haynes
1953
46 13
Evelyn Heepe
1947-1948
46 14
Hubert Heffner
1947
46 15
Harold Heifetz
1952
46 16
Carl Heintze
1947
46 17
Esther L. Henderson
1951
46 18
Norman Hendriksen
1951
46 19
Helen N. Hill
1945
46 20
Sydney N. Hillyard
1947-1949
46 21
Dorothy Hillyer
1943-1948
46 22
Alice Tisdale Hobart
1952
46 23
Charles G. Hoffman
1946
46 24
Stewart H. Holbrook
1948-1950
46 25
A. Steele Hooper
1948
46 26
Helen E. Hosler
1945-1946
46 27
Mrs. Jackson Hospers
1945
46 28
Nina and Gerald Hotton
1949
46 29
Robert Wade Hughey
1949
46 30
Robert Hume
1947-1949
46 31
W. H. Hutchinson
1948
46 32
Barbara A. Hynes
1950
46 33
I
This folder contains single letters from, or concerned with, correspondents whose surnames begin with “I”: Beverly Irwin.
46 34
Boris Ilyin
1946-1949
46 35
Professor William Irvine
1947
46 36
Annabelle, Leonard James
1945
46 37
H. E. Jamison
1947-1948
46 38
Rosa Jensen
1948
46 39
Dorothy O. Johansen
1950
46 40
Mrs. Paul Judge
1949
46 41
K
This folder contains single letters from, or concerned with, correspondents whose surnames begin with “K”: Stan Lee Kapustkan, Mr. Kellogg, Miss Rose Kennedy, Mr. Thomas Kleveland, Mrs. Marguerite Kloepfer, Helen Morse Koch, Susan Kuehn.
46 42
Cora L. Keagle
1946
46 43
Lucy Kelly
1945
46 44
Rudolph Kieve
1946-1947
46 45
Miss Lee Kingman
1945
46 46
Henry Kirk
1945
46 47
Rita Kissin
1947
46 48
Laura Kent Klyce
1949-1953
46 49
Paine Knickerbocker
1948
46 50
Paul H. Kocher
1947
46 51
Fred J. Kuhl
1948
46 52
L
This folder contains single letters from, or concered with, correspondents whose surnames begin with “L”: Helene Law, Grace K. Lapham, Mrs. Robert (Cheryl) Lawther, Nancy Leonard, Carol Levens.
46 53
Charlton G. Laird
1947
46 54
Frank Lamb
1949-1950
46 55
Evelyn Sibley Lampman
1949
46 56
Grace K. Lapham
1945
46 57
Gustive Larson
1949-1953
46 58
James R. Lawson
1952
46 59
Mrs. Frank Learned
1948
46 60
Hector Lee
1947
46 61
Mabel E. Leeke
1946
46 62
Flora Legler
1952
46 63
Florence Becker Lennon
1949
46 64
Harrison Leussler
1945-1948
46 65
Alston L. Levesque
1952
46 66
Shirley Levine
1947
46 67
Louis W. Lewellyn
1951
46 68
M. H. Lewis
1952
46 69
Richard G. Lillard
1946-1947
46 70
Alice Linenthal
1949
46 71
E. S. P. Lipawatt
1945
46 72
Judith Litante
1949
46 73
Joyce E. Lobner
1945-1946
46 74
Clarence C. Loomis
1945, 1950
46 75
John Lund
1947
46 76
Carroll Lunt
1950-1951
46 77
John A. Lynch
1949-1950
47
Houghton Mifflin, M-N
1945-1951
Box Folder
47 1
M
In this folder are single letters from correspondents whose surname begins with “M”: Willard Marsh, Craig Wylie, George H. McMurray, William Miller, Camille Mills, Dwight Mitchell.
1945-1953
47 2
Kenneth Macgowan
1948
47 3
J. William MacLennan
1950
47 4
Don MacRae
1945-1949
47 5
John Maher
1946
47 6
Jeannette Maino
1952-1953
47 7
Dorothy D. Margo
1945-1946
47 8
Walter W. Marseille
1949-1950
47 9
Lealon Martin
1945
47 10
Elizabeth Marvin
1945-1953
47 11
Isabele Marvin
1946-1957
47 12
Virginia Marvin
1949
47 13
Haven A. Mason
1946
47 14
William Matthews
1945-1946
47 15
Marjorie Mayes
1945
47 16
Anatole G. Mazour
1946-1947
47 17
Faith D. McAllister
1949
47 18
Harry McClintock
1946-1952
47 19
Phoebe Morgan McCollough
1952-1953
47 20
Jane McConnell
1948
47 21
Esther McCoy
1945
47 22
Emma McDuff
1945
47 23
B. L. McGann
1947
47 24
Florence McGehee
1950
47 25
J. H. McGibbeny
1947
47 26
S. B. McIntyre
1945
47 27
Wayne Miller
1950
47 28
Harriet Mills McKay
1946
47 29
Barbara McKittrick
1950
47 30
Cozy McSparron
1947
47 31
Carey McWilliams
1951
47 32
Dan Mendelowitz
1951
47 33
Herbert Meritt
1948
47 34
Louis Mertins
1947-1951
47 35
Jane Miller
1946-1947
47 36
Eric Mills
1945
47 37
Murney Mintzer
1948
47 38
Mildred Mittauer
1946
47 39
Ned Modica
1946
47 40
Maria Molnar
1945
47 41
Arnold Montgomery
1945
47 42
Ward Moore
1949
47 43
Toshio Mori
1951
47 44
Jackson Morris
1946-1947
47 45
Marion Morris
1947-1950
47 46
Newell O. Morse
1945
47 47
Hardwick Moseley
1945-1948
47 48
L. H. Mouat
1947
47 49
Ruth Rames Munson
1947
47 50
Ethel C. Myles
1946
47 51
N
This folder contains single sheet correspondence from correspondents whose surname begins with “N”: R. K. Narayan, Beatrice Stephens Nathan, Carl Newumann.
47 52
J. Quill Nebeker
1947-1948
47 53
N. P. Neilson
1948
47 54
Alan Nelson
1948
47 55
Frank Nelson
1945
47 56
Richard J. Neutra
1948-1949
47 57
Robert C. Newton
1946
47 58
Dorothy E. Nichols
1946-1953
47 59
M. G. Nicola
1948
47 60
Angela Nicoletti
1952
47 61
Ruth Nordli
1945
47 62
Dorothy Norris
1946-1949
47 63
Robert Carver North
1946-1952
47 64
Thelma Nurenberg
1951
48
Houghton Mifflin, O-R
1945-1951
Box Folder
48 1
O
Copy of letter written by Stegner to Eugene O’Donnell
1950
48 2
Mrs. Daniel O’Connell
1950
48 3
Julia J. O’Connor
1949-1952
48 4
Walter Odlin
1946
48 5
Mrs. G. R. Ogletree
1945
48 6
K. V. Ollilainen
1950
48 7
F. E. Olmsted
1946-1949
48 8
Lorena Ann Olmsted
1945-1946
48 9-12
Austin Olney
1946-1953
48 13
Charles Donald O’Malley
1952
48 14
Claire H. O’Neill
1950
48 15
P
This folder contains one postcard from Richard Phoenix
1946
48 16
Pacific Telephone and Telegraph
1946
48 17
Lona Mosk Packet
1948
48 18
Harold Bernard Patmont
1945
48 19
Mae C. Patrick
1946
48 20
Mary Rockwood Peet
1948
48 21
William V. Pennington
1950
48 22
Robert A. Perkins
1950
48 23
Francis Berton Perry and Dora Perry
1949-1956
48 24
Tekla Suzanne Perry
1952
48 25
William E. Peters, Jr.
1946-1947
48 26
John Ravlin Peterson
1948
48 27
Mary Petterson
1946-1953
48 28
Karen Peyton
1945
48 29
Dorothy Phillips
1951
48 30
Joe K. Phipps
1953
48 31
Larry V. Pidgeon
1945-1946
48 32
Jim Pitcher
1948
48 33
Helene Plachn
1947
48 34
Mabel Platz
1945-1946
48 35
M. F. W. Pollack
1950-1953
48 36
Desmond Powell
1947
48 37
Clay Putman
1949
48 38
Mable Pyne
1947
48 39
R
This folder contains single page letters from correspondents whose surname begins with “R”: John B.Ransom III, Gladys Rich.
48 40
James Ransom
1949
48 41
Paul Stuart Rattle
1947
48 42
Francis B. Ray
1950
48 43
Howard C. Ray
1947
48 44
Tom Ray
1951
48 45
Grant H. Redford
1949
48 46
Yvonne Redgis
1948
48 47
Caroline Campbell Reeder
1945
48 48
Helen Reid (Anderson)
1945
48 49
Grace Reynolds
1946-1947
48 50
Lela Horn Richards
1952
48 51
Margaret R. Richter
1945
48 52
Walter Rideout
1948
48 53
Campbell F. Roberts
1947
48 54
Helen M. Roberts
1945
48 55
Catharine A. Robinson
1949
48 56
George Roesch
1945
48 57
Trinidad A. Rojo
1948
48 58
Mary Jane Rolfs
1950
48 59
Leonard Rollins
1952
48 60
Edgar Rosenberg
1951-1952
48 61
Maren Sofie Rostvig
1947
48 62
Aurania Rouverol
1950
48 63
Kshitis Roy
1951
48 64
Emanuel Rubin
1951
48 65
Hughes Rudd
1952-1953
48 66
Jerry Ryan
1947-1949
49
Houghton Mifflin, S-T
1945-1951
Box Folder
49 1
S
This folder contains single page letters from correspondents whose surname begins with “S”: Marion Saunders, 1945, Sylvia Shirley, 1950, Herbert Shore, 1950, Ann Shulte, 1946, Captain Devender Singh, 1951, Priscilla C. Smith, 1950, Bill Spaulding, 1952, Ruth S. Stevens, 1948, Pegeen Sylvester, 1947.
49 2
Mrs. A. W. Sadler
1950
49 3
Mrs. John Sala
1945
49 4
Jacquin Sanders
1947-1949
49 5
Ira Sandperl
1949-1953
49 6
Estelle J. Sauve
1947
49 7
Werner von der Schulenberg
1952
49 8
Ernest O. Schuster
1946
49 9
Anthony Scott
1947-1948
49 10
Ellanora Scott
1945
49 11
Jessie Scott
1949-1952
49 12
Barbara Seulberger
Barbara Seulberger
49 13
Katherine Shattuck
1946
49 14
Margaret Shedd
1952
49 15
Carlton Allyn Sheffield
1946
49 16
Estella Barnum Shelley
1945
49 17
Mary Shepardson
1949
49 18
Edward Field Shepherd
1946
49 19
Ruth Forbes Sherry
1953
49 20
Hartwell S. Shippey
1950-1951
49 21
Herschel, C. Shireman
1947
49 22
Lee Shippey
1949-1953
49 23
Krishnalal Shridharan
Also letter from KS.
1950-1953
49 24
M. H. Shubert
1949
49 25
H. H. Skinner
1949-1950
49 26
Holland M. Smith
1946-1947
49 27
J. Franklin Smith
1946
49 28
Jack DeBar Smith
1948
49 29
L. N. Smith
1950
49 30
George Snell
1949
49 31
Anthony E. Sokol
1947-1950
49 32
Edward Southworth
1953
49 33
M. E. Spicer
1949
49 34
Lawrence P. Spingarn
1949
49 35
Henry W. Splitter
1945-1950
49 36
Evalyn Stafford
1948
49 37
George W. Staples
1948
49 38
Henry Malcom Steiner
1952
49 39
George R. Stewart
1947-1953
49 40
Raymond S. Stites
1945-1946
49 41
Shirlie Stoddard
1950
49 42
Louis Clyde Stoumen
1947-1949
49 43
Anna Louise Strong
1948
49 44
James L. Slummers
1950
49 45
Glendon Swarthout
1952
49 46
T
This folder contains single page letters from correspondents whose surname begins with “T”: Robert Taylor, Miss Titcomb, Helen Tenna Tyree.
49 47
Jack Tanner
1945-1952
49 48
Paul Taylor
1948
49 49
Jack E. Teagarden
1949
49 50
Evelyn Teal
1952
49 51
Allan Telford
1949
49 52
Henry F. Thomas
1947-1948
49 53
Elizabeth Thompson
1949
49 54
John Thompson
1951
49 55-57
Lovell Thompson
1945-1953
49 58
Wallace Thompson
1948
49 59
George C. Thurman
1947
49 60
Mary Thygeson
1947-1949
49 61
Georgina S. Townsend
1945
49 62
Mary Burton Turnbull
1949
49 63
Clara G. Turner
49 64
Jacob Twersky
1948
50
Houghton Mifflin, U-Z
1945-1951
Box Folder
50 1
Haruo Umezaki
1952
50 2
Mary B. Underwood
1945
50 3
Helen V. Varner
1952
50 4
Diggory Venn
1947-1949
50 5
Arthur Voyce
1948-1953
50 6
Ved Vrat
1947-1949
50 7
W
This folder contains single letters from correspondents whose surname begins with “W”: Freddie Wakeman, Mrs. Walter, Mila Warn, James Douglas Warnock, David Watmough, Dixon Wecter, Robert V. Williams, Nanying Stella Wong, Catherine Wright, Craig Wylie.
50 8
Ethel Walker
1945
50 9
Mary L. Wallace
1949
50 10
Anne Walters
1945-1956
50 11
Lewis D. Wanzer
1949
50 12
Joan Strong Warmbrunn
1950-1951
50 13
Dale Warren
1945-1949
50 14
Stafford L. Warren
1946
50 15
Sarah Hay Weimer
1953
50 16
Matt Weinstock
1949
50 17
Eddie Weismiller
1947-1948
50 18
Ramon Moran Welch
1947
50 19
Mrs. Charles H. Welles, Jr.
1947-1948
50 20
Rudolf Wendorff
1952
50 21
Olive Wenzel
1947
50 22
Eleanor Wesslhoeft
1945
50 23
Ray B. West, Jr.
1946-1948
50 24
Boje Westermann
1952
50 25
Mrs. Harold Weston
1949
50 26
Milton White
1948-1949
50 27
Luther Whiteman
1947
50 28
Kathryn M. Whitten
1949
50 29
Jane Wiley
1947
50 30
Pauline Havard Wilkes
1945
50 31
Virginia Snow Wilkinson
1948
50 32
Bennett L. Williams
1945
50 33
Carroll Williams
1952
50 34
Clinton Williams
1947-1948
50 35
Fay Willis
1945
50 36
Lynda R. Woods
1946-1950
50 37
Eddie Paul Wright
1951
50 38
Norma Jean Wright
1947-1948
50 39
Ralph A. Wright
1947
50 40
N. E. Wyckoff
1951
50 41
Dudley Wynn
1951
50 42
Y
This folder contains single letters from correspondents whose surname begins with “Y”: Tsuneo Yamazaki, Leo Young.
50 43
Dorothy Hazeltine Yates
1951
50 44
Max Yavno
1941-1953
50 45
D. C. Yelton
1948
50 46
Aza Yold
1945
50 47
Vianna Marguerite Young
1946
50 48
Helen Zeese
1945
50 49
Al Zelver
1950
50 50
Beth Zeyer
1949
50 51
Eugene Ziller
1949-1951
50 52
Press Releases
1947-1948
50 53
Employee Directory
50 54
Tentative Publication Date List
1950-1951
50 55
Literary Fellowships
Generic letter to return manuscripts.
1947-1949
51
Fan Mail, A-C
1930s-1990s
Box Folder
51 1
A-Al
This folder contains single letters from correspondents whose surname begins with “A-Al”: Miriam F. Aarons, Martin Aaronson, George Abbe, Aiantha Adler, Carol Kendall Ahearn, Kevin B. Ahern, Adrienne Albee, George Sumner Albee, Agnes Albert, Rose L. Aldinger, Pearl Aldrich, David Alexander, Helen Shepard Alexander, Susan Alexander, Ruth Aley, Don Allan, David Allais, Barbara Allen, Nancy J. Allen, Neen Alleman, Joseph E. Allick, Ada Allport, Gaydi Allred, Preston B. Albright, Adeline Furness [Althuran], Carrie [Alvaniwitz], Graham G. Alvord.
51 2
Bobby Adain
1944
51 3
Brent Adams
1990
51 4
Bert Almon
1979
51 5
An-Au
This folder contains single letters from correspondents whose surname begins with “An-Au”: Dorothy A. Anderson, Janet Andersen, Loraine Anderson, Patricia C. Anderson, B. Andrews, Ronald W. Angel, M.D., Jessie E. Anglin, Sister Helen [Anjcle], Edward Appert, Marilyn Arkley, Alberta Armer, KnoxAnn Armijo, M. A. Arnold, Desmond Arthur, Bette MacVicar Ashley, Mary Anne Ashley, Renee A. Ashley, Dick Atcheson, Margaret (Mrs. Creighton O.) Audette.
51 6
Dewey Anderson
1963, 1974
51 7
Donald M. Anderson
1977
51 8
Jean Rockwell Anderson
1987, 1990
51 9
Kay F. Anderson
1991-1992
51 10
Claire Aronson
1989-1991
51 11
Sally Arteseros
1976, 1990
51 12
Ba
This folder contains single letters from correspondents whose surname begins with “Ba”: Angus M. Babcock, Pamela Bachrach, Faith Baldurn, Key Bahrami, June Bailey, JoAnn (Mrs. David) Bailey, Leo J. Bailey, David Haward Bain, Donald Baird, Mrs. Irma Baird, Mary C. Baird, Alice W. (Mrs. Edward D.) Baker, Christina H. (Mrs. George P.) Baker, Alice Balosse, Baith Baldwin, Clarence L. Ball, Dorothy (Mrs. J. Hudson) Ballard, Mildred (Mrs. William) Bandes, Joe Barker, Vernice J. Barker, Chip Barnett, Anne Barrett, Catharine Barrett, Patrick Barrett, Becky Barton, Arnold H. Bateman, David Battan, A. H. Bauche, Kira Russo Bauer, Irma Commanday Bauman, Barry Bauska.
51 13
Harry K. Bailey
1985
51 14
Be
This folder contains single letters from correspondents whose surname begins with “Be”: Cav Bealer, Lawrence W. Beals, Amelia Bean, Verna E. Bean, Ronald Rex Beasley, Joan W. BeBeau, Steve Beck, Gordon Becker, Jeanne Behrend, Moira Belcher, Agnes Bell, Eugenie McChrystal Bell, Gracia (Rasor) Bell, Nancy Bell, Ben Benjamin, John W. Bennett, Meg Bennett, Russell H. Bennett, Dick Bennion, Thomas Beresford, M.D., Jeff Berger, Edith Strickland Berkowitz, Rabbi Philip S. Bernstein, Don Berry, Susan Berry, Marshall A. Best, Preston Beyer.
51 15
Arthur L. Beeley
1945
51 16
Paula Bell
1978-1979
51 17
Marion Benasutti
1960, 1967
51 18
Bi-Bo
This folder contains single letters from correspondents whose surname begins with “Bi-Bo”: Sol Biderman, Pauline (Mrs. Walter H.) Billing, Frerick E. Bissell, Jr., Harriet Bissell, Arthur and Bertha Bjerkan, Harriet Blades, William Blaine, Frances P. Blake, Elsa (Mrs. Dudley Moore) Blakely, Hannah H. Blakeman, Rita K. Blanchard, Julian Blaustein, Amanda Block, Peter Bloom, Marien Bloye, Sam Bluefarb, Frima H. Blumenthal, Joan Boal, Anne Cawley Boardman, Helen M. Boardman, T. Christopher Boardman, Mollie Boden, Frank Bohrer, Mary Boline, Cecile and Leonard Born, Jo Bonchard, Ann (Clark) Bonin, Wilma Bouman, Sean Bourke, Kate LeBoutillier.
51 19
Bob Bird
1984
51 20
D. L. Blackstone
1968, 1971
51 21
Thomas M. H. Blair
1964
51 22
Winfred Blevins
1990-1991
51 23
Don Block
51 24
Peggy Bohn
1987
51 25
Glenn Bowerman
1985, 1988
51 26
Mary Hale Bowers
1970, 1976
51 27
Br
This folder contains single letters from correspondents whose surname begins with “Br”: Katherine Bracher, Ann Brandie, Dick E. Brandshiy, Alyce Branigan, Irene Breiterebach, Benie Brewer, Betty L. Brickman, Barbara Bridges, Mrs. J. Brindley, Lucile A. Brink, Leslie Brink, Mary E. Brock, Beth Archer Brombert, Norma B. Brooks, Virginia Look Brooks, Beverly Boekel (Mrs. John R.) Broughton, W. A. Broughton, Hazel Brous, Carl G. Brown, Jr., Clarence Brown, Edna Brown, Jenna Icke Brown, Juanita Brown, Virginia W. Brown, Dorothy Brownstone, Phyllis Freeland Broyles, Jean (Mrs. Ralph) Bruce, Barbara L. (Mrs. R. M.)Brugger, W. J. (Bill) Brummitt.
51 28
Christopher Bram
1989, 1990
51 29
Tom L. Brezina
1970-1971
51 30
Elma Gordon Briles
1988
51 31
John Malcolm Brinnin
1948
51 32
Rae Everitt Brooks
1973
51 33
Marianne Brown
1952
51 34
Bu
This folder contains single letters from correspondents whose surname begins with “Bu”: Robert Buelteman, Carlos Bulosan, Kirk Bundy, Robert L. Bunting, Garin Burbank, Joy Carter (Mrs. Norman W.) Burchard, Carol (Mrs. Eugene) Burdick, A. L. Burford, J. Daniel (Dan) Burgess, Yvonne Burkart, Dorothy (Mrs. Wm. H.) Burlhart, Louise L. (Mrs. J. C.) Burks, Mrs. Edith Burr, H. Elaine Burnham, Grady Burnett, Beth Burns, Betsy Burton, Esther S. Bushell, Lorna Buster, Russell D. Butcher, Bernard J. Butler, Esther Lang Butler, John F. Butler.
51 35
Pearl S. Buck
1971
51 36
Sophie Burden
1947-1948
51 37
Ca
This folder contains single letters from correspondents whose surname begins with “Ca”: Connie C. (San Jose Mercury News), Edward Cabral, W. K. Cadman, June (Mrs. Erskine) Caldwell, Jane Camerer, Marjorie Wilkins (Mrs. Angus) Campbell, Gaye Campbell, Horace E. Campbell, M.D., Jeanne Campbell, J. W. Canfield, Georgius Y. Cannon, Helen Cannon, Joan L. (Mrs. Roger D.) Cannon, Marion Cannon, Shelley Canter, Frederick Cantin, Bill Capron, W. F. (Fenton) Carbine, Jim Cardarelle, Millie Carey, Don Carlson, Nancy (Mrs. C. Richard) Carlson, Virginia Spencer Carr, H. C. Carrasco, Hilda Carter, Juliana Cartwright, Cynthia Caruso, Terry Caszatt.
51 38
Cindy Call
1985-1986
51 39
Paul C. Carlton
1944
51 40
George R. Carpenter
1988
51 41
Randy Casey
1991-1992
51 42
Fulton Catlin
1963, 1971
51 43
Ch-Ci
This folder contains single letters from correspondents whose surname begins with “Ch-Ci”: Marion N. Chandler, Byron Channing, Margaret (Mrs. Kenneth) Chappell, Dennis W. Chase, Myrtle N. Chase, Roger D. Chatham, Mrs. Dale Chatterton, Judy Chiss, Ramona Chown, Lucy Chruch, James G. (Jim) Churchill, Lida H. Churchville, W. Andrew (Andy) Cies, M.D., Canice Ciruzzi.
51 44
Grace Hughes Chappell
1990-1991
51 45
Betty Chase
1956
51 46
Elizabeth O. Chase
1971
51 47
Margaret Chouinard
1952
51 48
Curtis Chrisfield
1948
51 49
Cl-Co
This folder contains single letters from correspondents whose surname begins with “Cl-Co”: Beverly G. Clark, Kip Clark, Martha (Mrs. William) Clark, Merle Clayton, Faye Clow, Ann Cochran, Tad Cody, Roderic Coffey, Abby Cohen, Fran Cohen, Geoff Cohen, Michael P. Cohen, Elizabeth C. (Mrs. Robert D.) Collins, Julian F. Colby, J. C. Cole, Margaret R. (Marnie) Coleman, Bruce Colman, Marion Moore Coleman, Norman F. Coleman, Jane Collinson, JoanneCondas, Virginia (Mrs. E. P.) Conkle, Kacie Conner, Juanita T. (Mrs. D. C.) Conyers, Ann Cook, Mardell (Mrs. David G.) Cooper, Miriana Capoech, Theo D. A. Corkerely, Thelma Cornman, John Cosgrove, Richard H. (Dick) Costa, Charles H. Cote, Thomas R. Cox, Bill Coyle, Mary Cozard.
51 50
Christopher T. Clark
1991-1992
51 51
Helen Colquitt
1971
51 52
Alice Ross Colver
1971, 1976
51 53
Cathryn R. Condran
1972, 1976
51 54
Cr-Cu
This folder contains single letters from correspondents whose surname begins with “Cr-Cu”: Nijole Crittenden, Rosamond Crompton, Myrtle G. Cromwell, Cathryn Cronin, Harry H. Crosby, Anne Crosman, Norma Crowther, Charles T. Cullen, Michael Culp, Catherine (Katy) Culver, Virginia Kent (Mrs. Stephen) Cummins, Mary and Edward Curewitz, Raymond E. Crist, Howard C. Custer, Preston S. Cutler.
52
Fan Mail, D-G
1930s-1990s
Box Folder
52 1
Da
This folder contains single letters from correspondence whose surname begins with “Da”: James V. D’Arc, G. W. D’Arcey, Joanne (Mrs. Clare O.) Dale, Rodney G. Dakin, Liz Dana, John Daniel, Edward B. Danson, Carolyn (Mrs. William) Danz, F. T. (Fred) Darvill, M.D., Ruth S. Dashew, Joan Dashner, Ruth Elwood Dancer, Ruth Douglas, Delmar Lawrence Daves, W. R. Davidson, Almer John Davis, Bette (Mrs. Joseph O.) Davis, Charlene Davis, Harriet Davis, Helen Stewart Davis, Marie Claire Davis, Matt Davis, Wesley Ford Davis, Peter Davison, Beryl Daw, A. Sidney Dawes, Blanche Day.
52 2
George Daly
1990-1992
52 3
Shirley Daly
1979
52 4
Richard C. Day
1978, 1989
52 5
De-Di
This folder contains single letters from correspondents whose surname begins with “De-Di”: Elma Dean, Janet P. (Mrs. Alfred M., Jr.) Decker, Sandra Schmitt Decker, Tony Delcavo, Jean Raphael Demos, Patricia Devlin, Edward Dewey, William G. DeWolf, David A. Dewse, Marion Farwell Dibblee, Carol Dickinson, Samuel Dickson, Karl Dittmer, Mary Dix, Mrs. Charles Dixon.
52 6
George Deane
1987
52 7
Mary Ann Dismant
1986, 1990
52 8
DO-Dy
This folder contains single letters from correspondents whose surname begins with “Do-Dy”: Cathy Argo Dodds, Jerry Donin, Dopilboper, himself, Virginia (Mrs. Earl) Dorsey, Lyn Dougherty, Donald Dovie, Thomas J. (Tom) Doyle, Larry Drake, Mrs. Wenonah Drasnin, Wells (“Curious George”) Drorbaugh, Jr., Don Drummond, Konrad Dryden, Dorothea M. Dryer, Rosemary du Aime, Pat Dubus, Shirley Duller, Wesley Dunbar, Jayne G. Dungan, Jenn [Jhosen] (Mrs. Dudley A.) Dunkle, Theresa Dunleavy, Chester J. Dunn, W. Mark Durley, Jr., Meredith R. (Mrs. C. W.) Dysinger.
52 9
Franz R. Dykstra
1975-1990
52 10
Ea-Eg
This folder contains single letters from correspondents whose surname begins with “Ea-Eg”: Gordon Eaker, Brad and Diane Eama, Charles Edward Eaton, Roberta (Mrs. John W.P Eckelberry, Ruth (Mrs. Perry) Easterbrook, Ben Eastman, Ben Eastman, Jr., Robert Easton, Leonard K. Eaton, Dorothy R. (Mrs. Franklin G.) Ebaugh, George E. Edlund, Hazel Holt Edwards, Susan Edwards, Tom [Ehirlick], Wilfrid Eggleston.
52 11
John T. Edsall
1974, 1988
52 12
Lois Edxster
1946, 1948
52 13
El-Ew
This folder contains single letters from correspondents whose surname begins with “El-Ew”: Joel Elkes, Elizabeth L. Ellison, T. Ellin, Audrey Elwood, Claire Erlichman, Leslie Epstein, Marie Erickson, Stanford C. Ericksen, Mrs. Barbara B. Estes, Shirley Wright (Mrs. Pierre F.) d’ Estrube, Phil Euler, [Sait Enig], Bernice L. Evans, Deda Evans, Janet Ewing.
52 14
June England
1973, 1986
52 15
Brent K. Evans
1991
52 16
Jack Ewing
1990, 1992
52 17
Fa-Fi
This folder contains single letters from correspondents whose surname begins with “Fa-Fi”: Dorothy R. Fabian, Else Fagrell, Janice Fong, Wendy (Bush) Faris, Nellie Stegner (Mrs. Frank) Farrell, Harry W. Faville, Lou Echart Faye, Sylvia Fejervary, Mrs. Barney Feldman, Jann Feldman, W. R. Felton, Constance Ferguson, Mary Livingston Ferguson, Patricia Ferguson, Ann Ferrarini, Judy Friedlander, GN (Mrs. Reuel LeRoi) Fick, Henry Field, Howard B. Field, Jim Fields, William Fifield, Gretchen Ludke Finney, Paul O. Fiore, M.D., Ron Fischer (and several other signatures), Judith Fishback, Ann Fishel, Anna Fitz, Tom Fitzpatrick, Thomas Fitzsimmons.
52 18
Priscilla R. Feigen
1976
52 19
Jann Feldman
1990
52 20
Mary E. Femino
1974, 1976
52 21
Thomas Hornsby Ferrill
1977
52 22
Paul W. Ferris
1971-1990
52 23
Norma Fifter
1965, 1967
52 24
Fl-Fu
This folder contains single letters from correspondents whose surname begins with “Fl-Fu”: William Fleeson, M. D., Delmont F. Fleming, Eleanor Flexner, F. Harlan Flint, Lee Floren, Betty Flothow, Robert Flynn, Rita Folty, B. de Fonscolombe, Patsy Forbes, John E. Forss, Dorothy Norris Foote, Ruth Macaulay Ford, C. S. Forester, Marjorie (Mrs. Gordon) Foster, Mrs. John M. (R.E.) Fowle, Jim Foy, Beatrice K. Frachelton, Mary Louise Frampton, Viole L. Franklin, Joe B. Frantz, Margot Fraser, E. Sterling Freeman, David Frei, Robin Migdol Freiman, Sophie Friden, Nancy Heyneman (Mrs. Richard K.) Friedlander, Florence C. (Mrs. Jerome S.) Friedman, Judith (Judy) McPhee Fries, Robert Frodeman, G. R. (Dick) Froiseth, Philip A. Frye, Jr., Blair Fuller.
52 25
Frank M. Flack
1943, 1945
52 26
Bruce Gilbert Foster
1947
52 27
Comelia K. Francis
1963
52 28
George Freitag
52 29
Ga-Gl
This folder contains single letters from correspondents whose surname begins with “Ga-Gl”: James P. Gage, Neil R. Gahagan, A. S. Galbraith, John Kenneth Galbraith, Felipe Galicia, Kim Gantz, Evelyn Garabedian, Edward L. Gardner, James H. Gardner, Arnold Garfinkel, Florence Garvin, David L. Gaskill, Don Geary, Corinne (Mrs. Baxter M.) Geeting, [Jordin] Gelb, William S. (Bill) Geller, Bill Gleuss, Monte Ghertler, Priscilla A. Gibson-Roberts, Mrs. Candace Gifford, Jim Gilbert, Marilyn Gilbertson, John Gilchrist, Jean (Mrs. F. B. ) Gillette, Stanley Gilliam, Mary Lee Glass, Andrew (Andy) Glaze, Kenneth M. Glazier, Peggy Glenn, Fred Glover.
52 30
Edward M. Gallagher
1946
52 31
Anthony George
1986-1991
52 32
Edward M. Gibbs
1991
52 33
Go-Gw
This folder contains single letters from correspondents whose surname begins with “Go-Gw”: Elisabeth B. (Buckman) Godard, NatalieGoldberg, Elizabeth F. Goldsmith, Rae K. Goldsmith, Connie Gomperts, Lt. Col. H. Goodfellow, Janice D. Goodhue, Bruce Gardner, Grace B. Gordon, Nancy A. (Mrs. Andrew G.) Gordon, Mary W. Gore, Betty Goss, Kathleen Gould, Otto C. Grant, John Graves, Will Graves, Samuel A. Greeley, Elmer Green, Mildred Greenwald, Mrs. Annie Pike Greenwood, Howard C. Greer, Anne (Mrs. Lin H.) Griffith, Thomas Griffith, Isabel (Mrs. H. Humphrey) Griggs, Hildegard [Grimert], Christine Weston Griswold, James W. Groshong, Carol (Mrs. James S.) Grossman, Evelyn Gundy, Adaline C. Guenther, Dorothy J. Guggenheim, Jeanne W. Gunn, Patricia B. Gwin.
52 34
Philip Good
1991-1992
52 35
John Goulet
1974
52 36
Scott Grabinger
1984-1985
52 37
Connie Grabow
1991
52 38
Dorothy Gross
1991-1992
53
Fan Mail, H-K
1930s-1990s
Box Folder
53 1
Ha
This folder contains single letters from correspondents whose surname begins with “Ha”: Pat Haas, Joan James Hach, George Haessler, Edward F. Hager, Debra Hallman, Barbara (Mrs. Duncan) Hallock, James B. Hall, Jules V. Hallum, Emily S. Hamblen, David Mike Hamilton, Mildred Hamilten, L. T. Hammond, Jr., Joan Hancock, Betty Hanson, Dennis Hanson, Ron Hansen, Katharine W. Harding, Peg Harding, Walter Harding, Fred Hargadon, Mrs. W. J. Haring, Mrs. Robert Harkins, Bruce Harlow, Cosme (Mrs. John E.) Harmon, Megan Tootell Harmon, Martha S. Harre, G. G. Harris, Joyce Harris, Nancy Brayton (Mrs. Thomas W.) Harris, Richmond T. (Dick) Harris, Gary M. Hart, Helen Hart, M. D., Mrs. J. W. Hauser, Jim Havel, Joan [Havencroft], Evelyn Hawes, Helen McKay Hawken, Linda King Hawkins, Elizabeth (Betty) Whorf Hawkins, Sally Hawley, [F.] Hawthorne, Martha Hay, Alfred Hayes, Mary Schumann Hayes, Barbara Hays, James B. Hays III, Virgil Hays.
53 2
Jeanne P. Habicht
1968-1990
53 3
Shyrle Hacket
1976, 1988
53 4
Helma E. Hamel
1976, 1986
53 5
Helen Handley
1979
53 6
Nancy C. Hanna
53 7
Aquilla B. Hanson, Jr.
1937-1940
53 8
Sally Hayton-Keeva
1986-1987
53 9
He
This folder contains single letters from correspondents whose surname begins with “He”: Jane Healey, James Hearst, Hazel Heckman, Laura (Mrs. M. W.) Heard, Lyle P. Hedrick, Stanley Heggen, Jane Heimlich, Carl Heintze, Randy L. Heinz, Herbert Heller, Helen Helms, Gerth E. Hendrickson, James P. (Jim) Hendrix, Jr., Jane Hensel, Margo Herb, M. Elisabeth Herberich, Thomas Hester, [Chris Hershett], Herbert H. Herbert, Warren M. Hern, Margarita K. Hershenow, Michael John Herz, Elly Hess, Dustin Heuston, Peter N. Heydon, Roger W. Heyns, Alyson Heyrend.
53 10
Lyle P. Hedrick
1977, 1979
53 11
Robert B. Heilman
1948
53 12
Raymond Hensel
1981-1982
53 13
Shirley Weinland Hentzell
1961, 1967
53 14
John Herlin
1981-1986
53 15
Hi-Ho
This folder contains single letters from correspondents whose surname begins with “Hi-Ho”: Gary R. Hill, Harwood Hill, Lewis Hill, Raymond L. Hill, James E. Hilley, Annie Hilliard, Sydney Hillyard, Ted Hoagland, Rachael A. Himsel, Mrs. M. DeKoning Hoag, Sybil Nash (Mrs. James) Hogan, Sylvia Boardman, Alice Tisdale (Mrs. Earle T.) Hobart, Charles F. Hockett, F. W. Hodge, Sally Hodge, Diane Hoffman, Nancy Hoffman, James S. (Jim) Holme, Marjorie Holmes, Harry Hendros, Sidney Hook, Bobbie Hoover, John Hooper, Noel C. Horn, Preston E. Hotz, Fiora M. Houghteling, Frances F. (Mrs. Joseph C.) Houghteling, Joseph C. (Joe) Houghteling, Helen Houghton, Joseph Kinsey Howard, Josephine K. Howard, Margaret Kellogg (Mrs. Lawrence R.) Howard, Robin Howard, L. Howard-Johnson, Clare T. [Horwalk], Kay (Mrs. John N. M.) Howells.
53 16
F. C. Higgins
1948
53 17
Val Holley
1991-1992
53 18
Linda Holz
1989-1990
53 19
Ralph E. Hone
1988
53 20
Charles Hood
1982-1983
53 21
Lillian Hornick
1972, 1974
53 22
Lola B. Howard
1976
53 23
Hr-Hu
This folder contains single letters from correspondents whose surname begins with “Hr-Hu”: Mrs. Frank, Hrisomalos, Jay B. Hubbell, Tom Burns Huber, Ken Hubnez, Clara Pascal Hudson, Robert F. Hughes, S. Emily Hulslander, Julia (Mrs. Kenneth L.) Hunkins, McCready Huston, Alan Hutchins, Dovie Hutchinson, B. J.[Huwitt].
53 24
Gunvor Hultin
1980
53 25
I
This folder contains single letters from correspondents whose surname begins with “I”: Paul E. Illick, Mrs. Russell Ingersoll, Agnes Inglis, Norma Olin Ireland, Sally [Fouhse Irestone], Win (W. E.) Irwin.
53 26
Campbell Innes
1958
53 27
Ja
This fold er contains single letters from correspondents whose surname begins with “Ja”: Jarrell C. Jackman, Doreen S. Jackson, Joseph Henry (Joe) Jackson, Kay Jackson, Jim Jacobs, Mary Jacobs, Theodore R. Jacobs, Harry C. James, Margaret Strom Jameson, Sheilagh S. Jameson, Sharon Jamieson, Kelly Janes, Iona Janassan (Mrs. Henry) Halvarson, Emily Jaskolski.
53 28
Fred Jarvis
1966
53 29
Je-Ju
This folder contains single letters from correspondents whose surname begins with “Je-Ju”: Belinda Jelliffe, Starr Jenkins, Nephi Jensen, Alyce W. Jewett, M. Alma Jisenhans, Bud Johns, Albert J. Johnson, Joanna B. Johnson, Eleanore Pease (Mrs. Maurice L.) Johnson, Emily Hanna Johnson, Gay Rawlins Johnson, Gene Johnson, Jay E. Johnson, Jody Johnson, [Lehn] Johnson, Peg Johnson, Scott Johnson, Sterling R. Johnson, Thelma C. Johnson, Betty White Johnston, Jerry Johnston, Marcella Johnston, Suzanne (Mrs. Hugh B.) Johnston, H. S. (Corky) Jones, Judith B. Jones, Zenestu (Mrs. H. A.) Jones, Robert C. Junk, Carree B. Jump, Kurt W. Jung, Mae and Irving Jurow, Steve Juscik, J. Kent Just.
53 30
Dwight Jensen
1980
53 31
Mary F. Jensen
1980, 1988
53 32
David W. Johnson
1990
53 33
Geraldine Ballard Johnson
1990-1991
53 34
Robert O. Johnson
1969
53 35
Bruce and Bobbie Jones
1984, 1987
53 36
Janet Jurist
1976
53 37
Ka-Ke
This folder contains single letters from correspondents whose surname begins with “Ka-Ke”: Mrs. Florence Karp, Michael Katz, Andrew Lee Kaufman, Lynne Kaufman, William (Bill) Kaufman, Rebecca Kavaler, E. Donald Kaye, Miriam P. Kayton, Mary Kearney, Joan Keefe, Lois Keejan, Edmund Keeley, George Keithley, Joseph F. Kelleher, Marge Keller, Robert H. (Bob) Keller, Madge Kelley, Howard [Kelliy], George Kellogg, Gaynor (Mrs. David) Kelly, Bernice Brooke Kelly, Gerry Kenny, David Kessler.
53 38
Michael Kammon
1975-1989
53 39
Wm. N. Keeler
1971-1972
53 40
Margie (Wisch) Kelly
1991
53 41
Ki-Ku
This folder contains single letters from correspondents whose surname begins with “Ki-Ku”: Margaret Lee Kiely, Karen Davis Kilgore, Ruth H. Kilian, R. J. Kilgour, J. M. Killeen, Frances King, Jeff Kinghorn, Constance King, Vicky Kingsland, Daniel Kingsley, R. W. Kirk-Patrick, Thomas W. Kirkham, Ken Hansen Klingle, Winthrop (Win) Knowlton, Lucille Koch, Lucile Kohn, JoAnn Kolbe, Stuart Kolbinson, Carolyn Konrad, Rebecca (Becky) Love Kourlis, Janeen Kouzi, Billie (Mrs. Adrian A.) Kragen, Marcella Krahinbuhl, M.D., Reggie (Joseph) Kriss, Irene Krell, Rev. Gerald A. Krum, Michael Kunkle(1997 letter to Mary).
53 42
Ruth (Mrs. William B.) Kice
1978-1990
53 43
Elizabeth Kimball
1946
53 44
Nat Kofsky
1980-1981
53 45
Jean Ball Kosloff
1964
53 46
Warren Kroneaulyn
1972
53 47
Henriette S. Kwass
1977
53 48
Frank J. Kysela
1981, 1990
54
Fan Mail, L-O
1930s-1990s
Box Folder
54 1
La-Le
This folder contains single letters from correspondents whose surname begains with “La-Le”: Al Lake, Cidesaide Kinnamon Ladd, Jane Laclergue, Elizabeth LaDow, Mary Laidlaw, Hjartligu Lalsingarus, Cynthia Landeen, Judith Landis, Robert Lange, Janet Lansburgh, David LaMont Lee, Ann (Mrs. Melvin) Lapides, Marilynn Larew, Elizabeth M. Larin, Harvey Elton Larsen, Marie Larsen, Josephine Larson, Eulah C. Laucks, Beverly Lauderdale, Pam Laughon, Virginia B. (Mrs. Byron W.) Leach, H. O. Lehman, Phillip Leininger, Bob Lemstrom-Sheedy, Kristen Leonard, Louise Leopard, Dr. Howard Levant, Irving Levitas, Lillian Levitin, David Rich Lewis.
54 2
Margaret Lacey
1988
54 3
Marion Lapins
1968
54 4
Edward Connery Lathem
1979, 1992
54 5
James R. Lawson
1945
54 6
Anthony L. (Tony) Lehman
1986, 1987
54 7
Clara M. LeVene
1955
54 8
Li
This folder contains single letters from correspondents whose surname begins with “Li”: Melody Libby, Corinne Licata, Jacob Lichstein, Miss Cheri Liddie, E. Lieberman, Olga (Mrs. W. D.) Lifton, Howard Lilienthal, M. D., Richard G. Lillard, Victoria Lincoln, Julie Thompson (Mrs. C. A. R.) Lindquist, Lynwood S. Lingenfelter, Betsy Lincoln, Beth Lipstreu-Eyethifer, Gloria G. Litman.
54 9
Lo-Ly
This folder contains single letters from correspondents whose surname begins with “Lo-Ly”: Joan (Lodge) Kemp, Marjorie Loehlin, Frank Loew, Bonnie Loewenthal, Rol Loken, June Lomberg, Lopez and class members, Mrs. A. LoPresti, Beth Lorenz, Monte Lorenget, Marguerite Lovellette, Orville J. Lovik, Ruth Lowery, Leona Gordon Lowin, Lawson G. Lowrey, M. D., Ruth E. (Osgood) Lubic, Ralph K. Lund, Marie Lundstrom, Richard Lungren, Carroll Lunt, Ned Luzmoor, John Lydenberg, Evelyn Herman (Mrs. Frank) Lyle, Cricket Lyman, Dorothy (Mrs. D. C.) Lyman, “Happy” (Mrs. Stanley) Lynn.
54 10
Marianne Loring
1988
54 11
Ray Loynd
1964, 1971
54 12
John Michael Lynch
1964
54 13
Ma
This folder contains single letters from correspondents whose surname begins with “Ma”: Drake Mabry, Sally (Mrs. Gordon) MacBeth, Nell Mrs. Francis Wayne) [MacVegh], Marie P. MacDonald, H. R. MacMillan, William MacNair, Jane Helm Maddock, Shirley P. Madison, James H. (Jim) Maguire, Henry Mahler, Arthur Gordon Maling, Charlotte E. Malloy, Charlotte Rogers, Dumas Malone, Miriam C. Maloy, Sharon L. Malterer, Barbara Manion, Liz Manning, Robert Manning, Peter Mantel, Ted Manuel, Pvt. Frank Leslie Mapson, Jack L. Maraville, Cecil B. Mark, Brian and Madeline Mark, P. S. Marquis, Walt Marsh, Paul C. Martin, Lt. W. G. (Bill) Marvin, Gregory Mason, Lorna C. Mason, Maxwell Mason, William Mason, Connie (Mrs. Thomas P.) Massey, Shelbee Matis, Merrill Mattes, Ronald Mattes, John Matthews, Ralph E. Matthey, Carvel Mattsson, Shirley Mauller, John L. [and Beth] Maxwell, Ronald A. May, Stephen May, Catherine W. Mayerson.
54 14
Judith L. Macdonald
1991-1992
54 15
W. S. Macdonald
1948
54 16
Alexander MacKay
1950
54 17
Jeannette Maino
1963, 1974, 1977
54 18
Paul G. Mallory
1984
54 19
Susie Mankoff
1988
54 20
K. D. (Tod) Mann, Jr.
1991
54 21
F. J. M. Marrian
1979
54 22
Shelbee Matis
1971, 1972
54 23
Edna May
1961-1982
54 24
Mc
This folder contains single letters from correspondents whose surname begins with “Mc”: Mick McAllister, Eugene McAuliffe, Carolyn McBirney, Raymond S. McCarty, Carabel Hoover (Mrs. Thomas E.) McEntee, Vincent J. McGinn, Hugh K. McGlade, Sue (Mrs. Meston) McGovern, Alice (Mrs. Thomas) McGerone, Alexandra McHugh, William B. (Bill) McKean, Richard J. McKeown, Margaret Bough (Mrs. Ben) McKinnie, Harriet (Mrs. Allan) McKissock, Charles C. McLaughlin, Patrick H. McLaughlin, Beverly E. McLean, George H. McMurry.
54 25
Ken McCormick
1974, 1976
54 26
Susan McKelney
1973
54 27
Jane McPhee
1971, 1976, 1987
54 28
Me-Mi
This folder contains single letters from correspondents whose surname begins with “Me-Mi”: Margo Meblin, Barbara Howard Meldrum, Ellen Mehalek, Nancy Melen, Roni Mellon, Selma Melvoin, Kay Merriam, Harry Merritt, Rabbi Kurt L. Metzger, Stephen Mikesell, Carolyn Miley, David H. Miller, Genevieve Miller, Joan Miller, Mary Reynolds (Mrs. Warren D.) Miller, Nina Miller, Plez Miller, Vera Millhouse, Lruth A. Minor, Bruce Mitchell, Ed Mitchell.
54 29
Dean Miller
1990
54 30
Mo-Mu
This folder contains single letters from correspondents whose surname begins with “Mo-Mu”: Greta Nansen Modecke, Charles S. Moffett, Levi L. Mohler, Clarence R. Mollenhoff, Jay Monaghan, Margaret Moody, Michael M. Mooney, John M. Moore, Margaret Moreau, Rebecca Q. (Becky) Morgan, Gabrielle Morris, Nanna and Enok Moretensen, David Morton, Mrs. Earl A. Mosley, Sallie Moser, Virginia T. Mosley, Jean (Mrs. Edwin L.) Moyer, Julia B. Mozley, Charles Mueller, J. Fraser Muirhead, M. D., Mary B. Powell (Mrs. Anton) Muhs, Molly Mulhern, Ruth Anna H. (Mrs. Jack) Mulligan, Wilbur R. Munson, Wakako Murata, Eleanor Murdock, Laurette Murdock, Steve Murdock, Minnie W. (Mrs. Andrew) Murphy, Nell A. Murphy, Kathleen (Kate) Rushford Murray, Stephen Murray, Marlon C. Musgrove, George Mustoe.
54 31
Janet F. Moe
1961, 1962, 1964
54 32
Vance Morgan
1979, 1981
54 33
Wayne Morgan
Includes article concerned with Saskatchewan, children’s author.
1990
54 34
A. Jayne Morrell
1989
54 35
James O. Morris
Includes copies of letters Stegner wrote in 1949-1950.
1968
54 36
Sara Morrow
1992
54 37
Mary Moser, Tom Moser
1979
54 38
Nola Mosier
1980-1981
54 39
Louise Murphy
1987
54 40
Mildred Myers
1973
54 41
N
This folder contains single letters from correspondents whose surname begins with “N”: William Naftel, Anne S. (Mrs. Philip E.) Negus, Karen P. Nelson, Nils Nelson, Sara Jane Nelson, Karen Nelsson, Sarah Nemtzow, Arthur H. Nethercot, Mark Neyman, Sloan Nibley, G. M. Nichols, Arlene J. Nickels, Luther Nichols, T. H. Nicolle, Edward H. Nichols, John Norbutt, Stuart J. Northrop, Ruth (Mrs. Wayne B.) Nuzum.
54 42
Harold L. Nelson
1984-1988
54 43
John Ney
1991
54 44
Joseph A. Nickerson
1974, 1977
54 45
Dallas Fraser Nolan
1987, 1992
54 46
Jeanada Nolan
Copy of note on photo removed to P0561.
54 47
Naftali Nottman
1980
54 48
O
This folder contains single letters from correspondents whose surname begins with “O”: Mary C. O’Connell, Kathleen O’Conor, Gunnar Ohberg, Lois (Mrs. Robert) Ollodart, Leslie Gail Olsen, Rebecca Olsen, Rae Olson, Virginia White Oram, Gil Orlovitz, Ralph G. Orr, Evelyn Osborn, John F. Osborn, May (Mrs. John K.) Osinga, Antoinette Larmore Ornati, Mrs. H. M. Osmer, Carolyn P. (Mrs. R. S.) Osterholm, Anna Osterhour, Philip Ostien, Marjorie Ottenberg and Bob Wallace, Patty O’Toole, Margaret and Nathaniel Owings, Roberta Ozaydin.
54 49
Shirley O’Keefe
1990-1992
54 50
Florence Olian
1988, 1993
54 51
Daniel G. O’Shea
1988, 1989
54 52
Hazel Osterhouse
1952
55
Fan Mail, P-St
1930s-1990s
Box Folder
55 1
Pa
This folder contains single letters from correspondents whose surname begins with “Pa”: Temp Pack, Alfred Palca, Christopher Palermo, John R. Pappenheimer, Deborah Parducci, Virginia Carlson (Mrs. Lewis L.) Parker, Marguerite B. Parkes, Nell W. (Mrs. Willes) Parsons, Alex E. Paull, Ellen Paullin, Elizabeth C. (Mrs. William) Payne.
55 2
Evelyn Parker
1988
55 3
Liz Patterson
55 4
Pe-Pf
This folder contains single letters from correspondents whose surname begins with “Pe-Pf”: Malcolm E. Peabody, Douglas Pear, Patty Perrin, Margaret (Mrs. Roy) Peck, Howard Peacock, Edwin Peacock, Helen Harris Perlman, Arthur G. Pettit, Virginia N. (Thompson) Pellegrini, Judith A. (Mrs. John Hall) Pence, Mary Peirano, Ray Weaver (Mrs. C. E.) Perrson, Stella M. (Mrs. J. V.) Perkins, Leesa Pearce, Virginia Thompson (Mrs. Angelo M.) Pellegrini, Colette Penne, Stephen Peeps, Judy Perry, Ira Peck, Emily O. Perrotta, Oscar O. Pederson, Nancy W. Peterson, Arlene Pence, Elizabeth Auld Perry, Timothy (Tim) Pfaff, E. John Pfiffner.
55 5
Barbara Peckenpaugh
1989
55 6
Jean Powell Peters
1952, 1969
55 7
Mercer M. Peters
1989
55 8
William Peters
1961-1979
55 9
Chase Nebeker Peterson
1990
55 10
Esther Peterson
1992
55 11
George Pfeiffer III
1974
55 12
Pi
This folder contains single letters from correspondents whose surname begins with “Pi”: B. J. Picard, M.D., Mary E. (Mrs. J. F.) Pickett, Robert Pickus, Larry V. Pidgeon, Earle C. Pierce, Anne Pike-Greenwood, Jan Pilgram, Rachel Ann (Mrs. John Patrick) Pilsworth, Sally Pindar, Julie Pinegar, Catherine Piotrowski, Debby Plesser, Molly D. Purrington.
55 13
Po-Pu
This folder contains single letters from correspondents whose surname begins with “Po-Pu”: Helen Poco, Connie Pontius, Kenneth Wiggins Porter, Jean Potts, Stuart Edgar Power, Orville Prescott, Tom and Cameron Pressly, Charlotte Price, John Price, William Price, Mary Jane Purcell, Molly D. Purrington.
55 14
Barbara Poindexter
1983
55 15
Dorothy Pryse
1988
55 16
Steve Pyne
55 17
Ra-Ri
This folder contains single letters from correspondents whose surname begins with “Ra-Ri”: Paul R, N. N. Robb, Tom Radford, Wayne Radziminski, Helen (Mrs. James) Ransk, Bernice (Mrs. A. J.) Randolph, Michelle Rawlins, Florence Raymon, M. Read, Ron Redfern, Kathy Reigstad, Paul E. Reed, Dear Reader, Edward Christian Reinkoester, Marilyn Reis, John Reardon, Ann A. Reiner, Max Reynolds, Valerie P. Reynolds, Arthur Richards, Fred Rimbach, Betsy Ritchey.
55 18
Celia Ralston
1988, 1990
55 19
Penelope Reedy
1980, 1982, 1987
55 20
W. E. Reinka
1980, 1989
55 21
Barbara Rich
1988
55 22
Burke Riley
Includes a manuscript.
1982
55 23
Shirley Rippey
1990
55 24
James V. Risser
1988, 1991
55 25
Lewis Ritchie, Jr.
1944-1945
55 26
Ro-Ru
This folder contains single letters from correspondents whose surname begins with “Ro-Ru”: Kathryn Robb, Donovan Roberts, Foy Roberto, Elliott Roberts, Gilbert J. Roberts, M.D., John Roberts, Lathrop E. Roberts, Peg (Mrs. N. J.) Roberts, Janet C. Robertson, Jackie Robins, Lina K. Robinson, Tom Robinson, Elizabeth Rodewald, John Rodgers, Josh Roering, Everett M. Rogers, Kenneth Rogers, Jayne L. Rogerson, Elsie G. Rohrbough, Veda Romney, Lee (Mrs. Eugene) Romond, Kathrine (Kathie) Rood, Sally Rookshy, Bill Roorbach, Connie L. Rosenquist, Bette Roth, Virginia (Ginny) S. Rothwell, Wm.Craig Roskam, Donald Sinclair Ross, Mrs. Dora L. Ross, Greg Ross, Frances Ross, Helene Rossetti, Stan [Rongh], Bettina Roux, Edmund S. (Ned) Ruffin, Lawrence Rumley, Frances Runner, Brent N. Rushforth, Sally Russ, Edwon Rutledge.
55 27
Jacqueline M. Robins
1987
55 28
James J. Robson
1990
55 29
Katherine Allen Rosier
1976, 1987
55 30
Bette A. Roth
1983, 1986
55 31
Robert Rowell
1990-1992
55 32
Sa
This folder contains single letters from correspondents whose surname begins with “Sa”: Anne Saldich, Marion Casting Salinger, Theo Dapp Samuels, Margaret Train (Mrs. Boris) Samsonoff, June Sanders, Leo N. Sanford, Paul Sanford, Leah Sattgact, Lucy [Sav], Orlan Sawey, Jacqueline Sawicki.
55 33
Mrs. Ansley K. Salz
1950
55 34
Ken Sanders
1989, 1992
55 35
Katie Saxon
1980, 1992
55 36
Sca-Scr
This folder contains single letters from correspondents whose surname begins with “Sca-Scr”: Jean Scandlyn, Marilyn Schachter, James Schermerhern, R. A. Schermerhorn, Olga Scheuermann, Richard Schlatter, Janet Schliesser, Thomas (Tom) M. Schmid, Helen Schmill, Art Schoenfeldt, Marilyn Schlueter, Cathy Schroeder, Muriel Streeter Schwartz, Kay Sconberg, Anne (Mrs. Richard) Scowcroft, Gretchen (Mrs. Martel) Scroggin.
55 37
Charles Schermerhorn
1988, 1992
55 38
Mrs. B. E. Schnitzer
1961, 1972
55 39
Elizabeth Scott
1964, 1992
55 40
Se
This folder contains single letters from correspondents whose surname begins with “Se”: Cynthia Sears, Paul B. Sears, Marion Seawell, Helen Howes Seely, Kathryn Seibel, William S. Sessions, William W. Seward, Jr.
55 41
Sha-Shu
This folder contains single letters from correspondents whose surname begins with “Sha-Shu”: David Sharpe, Mrs. Robert A. Shaw, Thomas S. Shaw, Ed Sheffner, Mrs. Gay S. Sheldon, Margaret Shelgren, Harold Shepherd, J. Stephen Sheppard, Steve Sherman, Ruth Forbes Sherry, Nelle (Mrs. Robert) Sherrod, Clint Shinkle, James J. Shipman, Martin Shockley, Alice Shoemaker, Beth Shortliffe, Josephine Shotwell, Henry Shultz.
55 42
Tirzah Sharp
1965, 1968
55 43
Julia Ward Shaw
1971
55 44
Si
This folder contains single letters from correspondents whose surname begins with “Si”: Sudir Duncan Sides, Dorothy A. (Mrs. Richard J.) Siewers, Bernard Silver, Joan P. (Mrs. James) Simonds, Paula Simons, Roy W. Simmons, Celia Simon-Ross, Janet Simons, Barney Singer, Mildred Reed (Mrs. Rupert) Sirconi, Jane Sivert.
55 45
Thomas W. Simpson
1990
55 46
Hazel Singer
1993
55 47
Sk-Sm
This folder contains single letters from correspondents whose surname begins with “Sk-Sm”: Lois Skudlarek, Kenneth (Ken) Skulski, Edna (Dignan) Slater, Robby Slater, Thomas (Tom) Slattery, Walter J. Slatoff, Betty Slegers, Cecily Sloan, Barbara Lee Smith, Henrietta R. Smedes, Dorothy F. (Mrs. Bruce Wright) Smith, Eleanor L. (Mrs. David Parkhurst) Smith, Hannah (Mrs. Clovis) Smith, Joseph F. (Joe) Smith, L. N. Smith, Lorna D. Smith, Margaret D. (Mrs. J. W.) Smith, Page Smith, Philip H. (Phil) Smith, Jr., Ron Smith, Sanderson (Sandy) Smith, Viva Smith, W. Whitney (Whit) Smith.
55 48
Michael R. Slater
1988-1991
55 49
Gregory Smith
1975, 1986
55 50
Helena Huntington Smith
1967, 1973
55 51
Sn-Sq
This folder contains single letters from correspondents whose surname begins with “Sn-Sq”: Wilbert Snow, Diane S. Snyder, Evelyn Snyder, June D. (Mrs. J. R.) Snyder, Mary C. Snyder, Connie Solari, Shelley Sommer, Roberta Sorensen, Henry E. Sostman, Leona Sparer, Jackie Speier, T. Spencer, Sally Spival, Sophia K. Spurrier, Mrs. Brenton Squires.
55 52
Elizabeth Sherman Snapp; Mary C. Snyder
1972; 1992
55 53
Sta-Ste
This folder contains single letters from correspondents whose surname begins with “Sta-Ste”: Irene (Mrs. R. W.) Stanford, Tal Stanley, Malina T. (Mrs. John V.) Stanton, Jill Stark, Francis Statton, Mrs. And Mrs. Robert L. (Amy and Bob) Stearns, Pam Stearns, Jason D. Stegner, John C. (Jack) Stein, Blanche Stenger, Barbara (Mrs. David) Stephenson, S. Sterling, Serge D. Sterling, Sheila Sternberg, Elizabeth (Liz) Walker Sterns, Bet Stevens, Hascal V. [Stewart], Katherine Stewart.
55 54
Royal Stanton
Copy of pages from his grandfather’s journal.
1856-1943; 1992
55 55
Elizabeth Stern
1990
55 56
Sti-Stu
This folder contains single letters from correspondents whose surname begins with “Sti-Stu”: Bill Stice, Herb Stickel, Charlotte Stinger, Jennie (Mrs. R. G.) Stith, Bill Stoddard, Bruce Stolbov, Julia C. Stoll, Alice (Mrs. D. J.) Stone, Ruth Kirkpatrick (Mrs. William) Stone, Richard Stookey, Mrs. A. Stoppel, R. F. Stowell, Edie Strickland, Chas. J. Stucky, Mrs. Leo B. Stuhr, Sharon S. Stumb, Carol Sturm.
55 57
Phyllis Stigall
1981
55 58
Amy Batson Strange
1990; 1992
55 59
Myrth M. Stuart
1946, 1954
56
Fan Mail, Su-Z
Folder 55 contains partial letters, first names only, unsigned pages. One group birthday card also included.
1930s-1990s
Box Folder
56 1
Su-Sy
This folder contains single letters from correspondents whose surname begins with “Su-Sy”: George F. Sullivan, Karin Sundquist, Susan [Sueve], Mary (Mrs. Alden R.) Swain, Brian Swann, Dona Swanson, Gladys (Mrs. K. A.) Swartz, Terri Sweat, Oney Fred Sweet, Srthur Sylbert, Gay (Mrs. Weymouth Kirkland) Symmes.
56 2
Harold and Florence Swanton
1992
56 3
Jane Swope
1992
56 4
Constantine Miriam Syford
1941
56 5
Mary Sykes
1989, 1991
56 6
Ta-Ti
This folder contains single letters from correspondents whose surname begins with “Ta-Ti”: Orlovi [Tz], E. Takce, Elizabeth Tank, Kay Tanaka, Bernard R. Tanner, Winifred Tanquary, Ward Holm Tanzer, Lisa Doran Taulbee, Barbara Taylor, Christine Taylor, Hugh C. Taylor, Newton Taylor, Marge Telleen, Lenore Terr, M. D., Margaret Terrien, Rebecca Hallman Tiigel, Norah (Mrs. E. W.) Tisdale, Rosemary Tissot.
56 7
Inga M. Tarshis
1989
56 8
Jean S. Taylor
1947, 1948
56 9
June Bitner Taylor
1979, 1981
56 10
Tho
This folder contains single letters from correspondents whose surname begins with “Tho”: David Thomas, Margaret Thomas, Marie E. Thomas, Patricia Thomas, Betty J. Thompson, Delsey Thompson, Elisabeth K. Thompson, Elizabeth T. Thompson, Mildred Ladner Thompson, Carol Thomsen, Helen L. Thomson, Stewaart A. Thomson, Sigrid Thorsen.
56 11
Helen Park Thomson
1971, 1989-1992
56 12
Mary Thornham
1978
56 13
Clarence Tillenius
1966, 1968
56 14
To-Ty
This folder contains single letters from correspondents whose surname begins with “To-Ty”: Sandra R. Tobis, Daniel O. Todd, Dorothy (Mrs. John Barr) Tomphins, Megan Tootell, Maureen Tranchina, Molly Trinkaus, Jennie Tucker, Mae Tucker, William G. Tucker, Pvt. Edward Tully, Joseph (Joe) Turk, Hollister W. Turner, Nancyann Twelker, William B. Tyler.
56 15
Patsy Tobin
1948
56 16
George Toporcer
Includes biographical sketch: G. M. Tracy, 1945-1946
1968
56 17
Harold D. Trevillian
1940, 1945
56 18
Penny Tschantz
1984
56 19
Ethel Turner
1950
56 20
Thomas N. Tweeten
1988
56 21
U
This folder contains single letters from correspondents whose surname begins with “U”: Fred [Uderll], Claes-Goran Uggla, John Utvich.
56 22
Lena Ullery
1939
56 23
James M. Underhill
1992
56 24
V
This folder contains single letters from correspondents whose surname begins with “V”: Diana E. Valdina, Dorothy Coleman Van Cott, Marjorie B. (Mrs. Roger H.) Vandenack, Philip W. [VanDercar], Jean Van Evera, Joan L. (Mrs. Stephen A.) Van Ness, James Van Wagoner, Lila (Mrs. Ray) VanZant, Philip J. Varker, Wayland Vaughan, Christopher Vernon, Margaret (Mrs. A. H.) Vigrioles, Rev. Robert D. Vinter, Janice Vohs, Jane (Mrs. William H.) Voiles, Peter R. Voll, Don VonVolkenburg, Stephen M. Voynick, Robert Vreeland.
56 25
Mary Van Hoosan
1989
56 26
Samuel S. Vaughan
1972, 1987, 1990
56 27
William Voigt, Jr.
1974
56 28
Wa
This folder contains single letters from correspondents whose surname begins with “Wa”: Cpl. James H. Waddell, A.U.S., Mason Wade, Timothy (Tim) Walch, Edna La Moore Waldo, Linda M. Walker, Lois J. Walker, Anne Wallen, Jewel Wallach, Susan A. (Mrs. Nils G.) Wallen, Orma Wallengren, Anne Walters, Robert Walters, Thomas N. Walters, C. H. Wangler, [Andrew Ward], Joseph T. Ward, Lois H. Ward, Mary Jane Ward (Mrs. Edward Quayle), Mrs. A. E. Warreus, Evelyn Wasserstrom, Edmund Watkins, Peg Watrous, Ruth (Mrs. Ian) Watt, Robin E. Way, Edgar (Ed) Wayburn, M.D.
56 29
Henrietta Henderson Watkins
1989
56 30
Lucy Watson
56 31
We
This folder contains single letters from correspondents whose surname begins with “We”: E. D. Webber, Susan Webber, Gladys Weber, Richard Gibson Wedderspoon, Mae C. Weed, Martha S. Weeks, Kay Wehner, [Delcy Weinberg], Mrs. Donald P. Weiss, Anne Kelney Weitz, Elsa Enquist (Mrs. Loyal A.) Weitz, John L. Welch, Carlton F. Wells, Matthew E. Welsh, Merrick Wells, Mrs. Nancy Wells, Mary Wendler, Rosemarie Werkman, Bruce Werlhof, Florence Werner, Kate West, Rhea R. Westheimer, Berta C. Wetzel.
56 32
David C. Weber
1971
56 33
Harold Welch
1977
56 34
David B. Wham
1966
56 35
Whe-Whi
This folder contains single letters from correspondents whose surname begins with “Whe-Whi”: Kitty Wheeler, Antonia White, Dolores White, Florence M. White, James F. (Jim) White, Katherine White, Leslie A. (Mrs. John C.) White, Max White, M. F. White, Jr., Mrs. Vance G. White, Dartha Whitis, Nancy J. Whitley, Susan Wade Whitney.
56 36
Eleanor Whipple
1986
56 37
Courtney White
1990-1991
56 38
Wi
This folder contains single letters from correspondents whose surname begins with “Wi”: Keith Widmer, Dennis Wiegand, Peter Wild, Leonora Wiener, Juanita S. Wiggins, Suzanne Wile, Jane Wiley, Wilma Wilhite, Charles Willeford, A. C. (Tony) Willemsen, Barbara B. Williams, Benjamin J. (Ben) Williams, Cedric Williams, Gerti Williams, Mrs. Kenneth D. Williams, Pat Williams, E. C. Williamson, Mary Jayne (Mrs. Duane) Willis, Hal D. Willson, Edward (Ed) Wilson, Gary Wilson, Lowie R. (Mrs. Eugene S.) Wilson, Nancy B. Wilson, William E. Wilson, Gunter [Winach], Janet Winn, Laurence L. Winship, Warner Winter, Mabel (Mrs. Reidar H.) Winther, Helen Wirth, Robert C. Withington, Edward Byron (Ned) Witte, Urb Wittig, Wolfgang Wittmann.
56 39
John W. Wickman
1972
56 40
Mary W. Williams
1980, 1981
56 41
Phyllis and Gene Williams
1984
56 42
Patricia Rowe Willrich
1988
56 43
Elizabeth (Liese) Winship
1980-1988
56 44
Wo-Wr
This folder contains single letters from correspondents whose surname begins with “Wo-Wr”: Don Wolfe, Janet H. Womack, Ned Worthington, J. G. Wood, Charles G. Woodbury, Mike Woodhouse, Regina (Mrs. McIver) Woody, Helen Woodward, J. H. Workentin, Celeste T. (Mrs. V. A.) Wright, Cheryl Wright.
56 45
Fielding Woods
1976, 1993
56 46
Al Wrench
1984
56 47
Jane Elder Wulff
1990
56 48
Y
This folder contains single letters from correspondents whose surname begins with “Y”: Ellis L. Yochelson, Steve Yoken.
56 49
Illene Yates
1972
56 50
Mel Yoken
1988, 1989
56 51
Karl Young
1963, 1974
56 52
Z
This folder contains single letters from correspondents whose surname begins with “Z”: Angela Zamparelli, Diane Aro Zobel, Natalie Zucker.
56 53
Patricia Zelver
1971
56 54
Harry W. Zollars
1937, 1940
56 55
Fan Mail, Incomplete
This folder contains partial letters, first names only, unsigned pages. One group birthday card also included.

III:  WritingsReturn to Top

This section includes manuscripts for books, short stories, and articles written by Wallace Stegner. Organized chronologically, the section begins with manuscripts, drafts, and galley proofs of Stegner's novels, essays, short story collections, histories and biographies. There are also some manuscript drafts for unpublished and untitled works. Material related to the books for which Stegner served as contributor or editor is also found here, as well as book reviews written by Stegner.

Container(s) Description Dates
A: Books
This section includes manuscripts, drafts, galley proofs of Stegner’s novels, essay collections and short story collections as well as his histories and biographies. The listing is chronological.
Box
57
Early Works
This box contains material concerned with Stegner’s earliest book publications: Clarence Edward Dutton: An Appraisal, Remembering Laughter, The Potter’s House, On a Darkling Plain, Fire and Ice, and Big Rock Candy Mountain.
Box Folder
57 1
Clarence Edward Dutton: An Appraisal
Copy of book.
1935
57 2
Remembering Laughter in Redbook
Tearsheets, two copies.
57 3
Remembering Laughter
Book Cover, Penguin Edition.
57 4
Remembering Laughter
Reviews
1937, 1996
57 5
The Potter’s House
Photocopy of book.
1938
57 6
The Potter’s House
Photocopy of book.
57 7
The Potter’s House
Reviews.
1938
57 8
On a Darkling Plane
Advertisements
1940
57 9
On a Darkling Plane
Reviews.
1940
57 10-15
On a Darkling Plane
German Version: “Keiner Bleibt Allein;” copy in German newspaper; advertisements, correspondence, and reviews.
1949-1952
57 16
Fire and Ice
Reviews.
1941
57 17
Mormon Country
Notes, reviews
1942-1943, 1980-1997
57 18-19
Big Rock Candy Mountain
Manuscript draft pages and galley copies.
1943
58-59
Early Works, Big Rock Candy Mountain
1943-1975
Box Folder
58 1
American Century Series Edition
Marked for 1973 reprint.
1957
58 2
Galleys
1973
58 3
Foundry proof
1973
59 1
Final galleys
1973
59 2
InPublisher’s Weekly
1943
59 3
Publicity, advertisements, book covers
59 4
Reviews
'Four Rocky Mountain Novels' by Roy B West, Jr.
1943
59 5
Reviews
1973
59 6
Foreign Reviews
1946-1952
59 7
Correspondence, Movie Interest
1947-1960
59 8
Correspondence, Movie Script
With Jeffrey Hayden and Ben Benjamin
1972-1975
59 9
Incomplete Movie Script
59 10
Movie Script by Jeffrey Hayden
60
Early Works, One Nation, Second Growth
1945-1949
Box Folder
60 1
One Nation
Forward, Picture Credits, Copy of photos with captions.
60 2
One Nation
Publicity release.
1945, 1946
60 3
One Nation
Reviews.
1945
60 4
One Nation
Review in The Saturday Review (page 9), and Ammunition.
1945
60 5
One Nation
Reviews.
1946
60 6
Second Growth
Manuscript draft pages.
60 7
Second Growth
'Hostage' manuscript draft.
60 8
Second Growth
Incomplete first draft: 'Country Dance,' and 'The Romance of A. Kaplan.'
60 9
Second Growth
Incomplete first draft: 'The Anti-Christ,' 'God Wants You to be a Good Girl,' 'Saw Gang.'
60 10
Second Growth
Incomplete first draft: 'Fox in the Hayfield,' 'Little White Mouse.'
60 11
Second Growth
Incomplete first draft: 'The Alien Corn,' 'Andy Mount and Mr. Ritchie.'
60 12
Second Growth
Second drafts- 'A Girl Named Liebowitz, p. 1-24; 'God Wants You to be a Good Girl,' p. 25-41; 'Fox in the Hayfield,' p. 42-66
60 13
Second Growth
Second drafts- 'The Water Music,' p. 67-83; 'White Mouse,' p. 84-96; The Alien Corn p. 97-113.
60 14
Second Growth
Second drafts- 'A Plenty to Live Down,' p. 114-129; 'Interlude at Moonrise,' p. 130-141; 'The Anti-Christ,” p. 142-156.
60 15
Second Growth
Second drafts- p. 157-162; 'Pale of Settlement,' p. 179-187 (first draft).
60 16
Second Growth
'The Craftsman,' p. 163-178; 'Last Concert.'
60 17
“The Walls of Westwick,” published as Second Growth
60 18
Second Growth
Publicity, book cover.
60 19
Second Growth
Reviews, 1947, 1949.
Early Works
Box 61, folders 3-17 contain matters related to Stegner's research and drafts concerned with the Joe Hill story and Stegner's book.
1949-1981
Box Folder
61 1
The Women on the Wall
Photocopy of book cover, original outline and title. Publicity.
61 2
The Women on the Wall
Reviews
1949-1952, 1981
61 3
The Preacher and the Slave
Partial typescript. Note that typescript and galleys were given to the library of the State University of Iowa.
61 4
Notebook
Joe Hill notes
61 5
Joe Hill Notes, Case Chronology
Typed copy of 'Joe Hill to the People of Utah.'
1951
61 6-8
Joe Hill, Correspondence, Notes, Research
61 9
The Preacher and the Slave
“The Legend of Joe Hill,” by Vernon Jensen; Letter from Vernon Jensen.
1951
61 10
The Preacher and the Slave
Letter from James O. Morris; 'Plagiarism and the Writing of American History: The Case of Philip S. Foner' by James O. Morris.
1968
61 11
The Preacher and the Slave
Publicity release, schedule, book outline.
61 12
The Preacher and the Slave
Book Cover Art and Copy.
61 13
The Preacher and the Slave
Joe Hill Signature Stamps.
61 14-17
The Preacher and the Slave
Reviews.
1950-1951
Early Works, Joe Hill
1969-1981
Box Folder
62 1-4
Editing Copy
62 5
Foundry Proof
62 6
Foundry Proof, Reader’s Copy
62 7
Final Galley
62 8
Reviews
1969-1981
62 9
Book Cover
Beyond the Hundredth Meridan
1953-1984
Box Folder
63 1
Working Manuscript Pages, 1-9
63 2
Working Manuscript Pages, 1-29
63 3
Working Manuscript Pages, 'The Threshold,' 1-22
63 4
Working Manuscript Drafts, p. 25-54
63 5
Working Manuscript, 'Risdon,' p. 55-59; 'Voyage 1,' p. 60-65
63 6
Working, 'Wreck of the No Name,' p. 66-77; Working, 'Uintah to Junction of Green and Grand,' p. 80-86
63 7
Working, 'Adams,' p. 87-94; Working, 'Junction of Green and Grand to Paria,' p. 95-102
63 8
Working, 'Paria to Little Colorado,' p. 103-115 Working, 'Separation Rapids,' p. 116-124
63 9
Working, II. From Washington West, p. 180-252
63 10
Dale Morgan
Correspondence.
1953
63 11
Introduction to later edition
Photocopy of four typed pages, some corrections.
63 12
Publicity
Two Book Covers.
1954
63 13
Reviews
1954
63 14
Review in Saturday Review
1954
63 15-16
Reviews
1955-1956, 1982-1984
63 17
Cosmos Club Bulletin
1954, 1958
Research: John Wesley Powell
1865-1950
Box Folder
64 1
Records of the Geological Survey, Press Copies of Letters Sent Rocky Mountain Survey
1878-1879, 10 letters.
64 2
Letters from Powell to Clarence King and Julius Bien
1877
64 3
The Cope-Marsh Controversy
Typescripts of newsclippings.
64 4
Letters for Clarence King
Typed copies.
1879-1882
64 5-6
Samuel Adams
Typed, annotated pages: Journal of Trip down the Blue and the Grand, July 12-August 13, 1869; Second Version of Journal. Information from news clippings, census reports, other, 4 pages. Information from Manuscripts in Hunting, 4 pages. Notes.
64 7
Account of Powell’s Lecture on 'Peaks, Parks and Plains'
In the Daily Colorado Tribune.
1867
64 8
Letter and Memo: W. C. Powell Journal
In correspondence, Charles Kelly and H. C. Bryant.
1939
64 9
Scrapbook of John Wesley Powell
Typescript of newspaper clippings.
64 10
Typescript of news clippings from The Daily Pantagraph
Concerning J. W. Powell
1865-1937
64 11
Typescript of news clippings from The Daily Pantagraph
1865-1947
64 12
List of Letters of Walter Clement Powell
In the files of the Utah State Historical Society.
64 13
From Dellenbaugh Papers: Collection B, Item 5; Collection C, Item 7
64 14
Typescripts of Newspaper Articles
1872, 1869, 1935, 1927
64 15
Brief Biography of William Henry Holmes
Includes: List of Sketches and List of Photographs, Vol. I and II, Random Records.
64 16
Random Records
Vol. 2, p. 78, 84, 115, 113; Vol. 3, p. 187; Information about William Henry Holmes.
64 17
Note on Painting of the Yellowstone Canyon by Thomas Moran
List of Photographs in Vol. III, Random Records; List of Sketches by William Henry Holmes in Vol. III, Random Records
64 18
Random Records, Vol. IV, pt. 1
Biographical sketch of William Henry Jackson. Extract from news clipping.
1873
64 19
Random Records, Vol. IV, pt. 1
Biographical Sketch of Thomas Moran. Excerpts from 'Journal of Trip to the Rocky Mountains,'. Excerpt from news clipping of letter from Holmes to Hayden.
1876
64 20
Random Records, Vol. IV, pt. 1
List of photographs, list of sketches.
64 21
Random Records, Vol. IV, pt. 2
Letter from F. V. Hayden to W. H. Holmes.
1876
64 22
Random Records, Vol. V
Information on Clarence Edward Dutton.
64 23
Major C. E. Dutton
Written by his son, copy of letter to Stegner.
64 24
Random Records, Vol. VII, VIII, IX, X
Lists of sketches.
64 25-32
Geologic and Water Supply Reports on 38 States: Alabama-Wyoming
64 33
Geologic and Other Reports: Utah and Arizona
Maps of the United States: New Hampshire and Vermont.
64 34
'Federal Surveys and Maps,' by J. O. Kilmartin
Reprinted from The American Year Book.
1950
64 35
J. O. Kilmartin Notes
Geological Survey.
1953
64 36
'Modern Mapping Methods'
Gerald FitzGerald
65 1
Geology Notes, Bibliography
65 2
Powell: Frontier Education
65 3
Powell: Ethnology
65 4
Powell: Mapping
65 5
Powell: Painters and Illustrators
65 6
Powell: General Ideas, Symbols, Structure
65 7-10
Powell Notes
On 3x5 cards.
65 11
'Trail of Sixty Snows'
65 12
Catalogue of Negatives
River, Land and Ethnographic.
1871-1876
65 13
'Lands of the Arid Region'
printed in The New York Daily Tribune
1878
65 14
Physical Features of the Colorado Valley
By J. W. Powell; In The Scientific Monthly; reprinted from The Popular Science Monthly.
1875, 1950
65 15
J. W. Powell: 'From Savagery to Barbarism,' Transactions of the Anthropological Society of Washington, Vol. III, p. 173-196
One page of typed quotation.
65 16
Lecture by J. W. Powell: 'Canons of the Colorado'
Articles from The Detroit Post; Cincinnati Daily Enquirer.
1869
65 17
Proceedings of the Board of Education of the State of Illinois
Includes Powell’s report on his explorations of headwaters of Colorado and resignation as curator of museum.
1863-1875
65 18
Illinois Superintendent of Public Instruction
Third Biennial Report; Seventh Biennial Report.
1859-1860; 1867-1868
65 19
'Canons of the Colorado' in Scientific American
Compiled from the records of J. W. Powell.
1878
65 20
An Address by John W. Powell before the American Association for the Advancement of Science
1879
65 21
'The Denver, Colorado, Canon and Pacific Railroad Project'
Photocopy of article in Engineering News, includes reprints of Powell’s photographs.
1889-1890
65 22
'Canyons of the Colorado' by J. W. Powell
Typed copy, Chapter XIII, 'Over the River.'
1895
65 23
Pamphlets by Francis P. Farquhar
'The Ascent of the Grand Teton in 1898;' 'Discoveries in the Pacific Ocean,' 'Sierra or Sierras,' 'The Grizzly Bear Hunter of California'
1898-1948
65 24
'David Starr Jordan' by Payson J. Treat
Reprint from Sierra Club Bulletin.
1932
65 25
San Juan–Colorado River Trip, Who’s Who on the Rainbow Trail
A list of participants; 'River Trail to Rainbow Bridge,' in The Desert Magazine.
1945-1948
65 26
'Surveying the Grand Canyon of the Colorado,' by Lewis R. Freeman
Article published in National Geographic
1924
65 27
'The Discovery of Rainbow Bridge,' in National Parks Bulletin; 'Floating Down the San Juan and the Colorado,' Sierra Club Bulletin
1927-1945
65 28
Major John Wesley Powell Chronology from 1865-1924
Typed copy with notations. Also copies of two photographs: Monument in honor of Powell erected in 1923 and of bearded Powell.
65 29
Morris Thesis on John W. Powell.
65 30
Letter from University of Illinois Library to Illinois State Normal University regarding Powell Search
1947
65 31
'The Major’s Right-Hand Woman,' in Empire Magazine; 'Major ‘Colorado’ Powell,' in The San Francisco Chronicle
Margaret and Otis Marston, rafting pamphlet.
1951
65 32
Correspondence: Stegner and J. V. Howell: F. V. Hayden
Two letters.
1951
65 33
J. W. Powell Poems
'Immortality' and others.
66 1
Stegner’s List of Powell Research Material
66 2
List of Canyon Photographs
66 3
List of Journals of the First, 1869, and Second, 1871-1872, Canyon Trips
66 4
1867 Expedition
Typescripts of newspaper articles.
66 5
Letters from Sam Garman to Gertrude Lewis
The 1868 Expedition, 4 letters.
1868-1869
66 6
Diary of Rhodes Allen
Powell Expedition of 1868.
1868
66 7
Powell Expedition of 1868
Byers diary extracts; Lyle H. Durley diary.
1868
66 8
Letters from Byers to Rocky Mountain News regarding expedition, two letters.
Regarding expedition, two letters.
1868
66 9
'First Ascent of Long’s Peak,' in The Trail
Reprinted from Rocky Mountain News
1868-1914
66 10
Powell Expedition of 1868
'The First Ascent of Long’s Peak,' by L. W. Keplinger in The Trail. 'Lost Alone on Bear River Forty Years Ago,' by Thomas F. Dawson, in The Trail. Newspaper clippings.
1873-1935
66 11
Letter to the Editor of Chicago Journal on Powell Expedition
Printed in the Pantagraph. Also, typescript of article in Rocky Mountain News, regarding first ascent of Long’s Peak.
1871
66 12
Journal of George Young Bradley
First Colorado River Exploring Expedition, May 24-August 30, 1869. Information on Journal and acknowledgments.
1869
66 13
Andrew Hall
Letter to his brother from Uintah Agency.
66 14
O. G. Howland
Typescript of articles from Rocky Mountain News.
1867-1870
66 15
Journal of John Wesley Powell, incomplete
First Colorado Exploring Expedition.
1869
66 16
'Major J. W. Powell’s Report on Explorations of Rio Colorado'
From Bell’s New Tracks in North America
1869-1870
66 17-18
Journal of Jack C. Sumner
First Colorado River Exploring Expedition; Letter from Frank B. Saries, National Park Service.
1869-1968
66 19
Jack Sumner Letter to The Denver Post
1902
66 20
Death of Jack Sumner
Article in The Daily News, Denver, Colorado.
1907
66 21
Letter from Ed C. Sumner to Clyde Eddy
Ed (son of Jack C. Sumner) wrote regarding First Expedition.
1936
66 22
Jack C. Sumner, Notes
66 23
'Jack Sumner, the Real Discoverer of the Grand Canyon,' by Chauncy Thomas
1939
66 24
W. R. Hawkins, Cook on First Expedition
Narrative.
66 25
Editor’s Introduction
Pages 1-8.
66 26
Typescripts of Rocky Mountain News Clippings
Concerning first expedition. Ten articles.
1869
66 27
Typescript of Articles in Rocky Mountain News
Letters written by J. W. Powell from expeditions.
1869-1878
66 28-29
The Powell Expedition
Four letters. Correspondence of the Chicago Tribune; Transcript of articles appearing in the Pantagraph.
1869
66 30-31
Journal of William Clement Powell
Second Colorado River Exploring Expedition, Book I, p. 1-99; Second Colorado River Exploring Expedition, Book II, p. 1-59; Second Colorado River Exploring Expedition, Book IV, p. 1-56.
1871-1872
66 33
Journal of Francis Marion Bishop
Second Colorado River Exploring Expedition, p. 1-18.
66 34
Death of Francis M. Bishop
Article in the Salt Lake Tribune.
1933
66 35
'The Canon of the Colorado and the Moquis Pueblos'
By E. O. Beaman, Appleton’s Journal.
1874
66 36
James Fennemore, Photographer
66 37
Frederick S. Dellenbaugh, Notes
67 1
Notes
67 2-6
Powell Survey Books
Books 1-5
67 7
United States Geological Survey (USGS) Letters
Letters sent; Roll 1.
67 8
Notes on Powell from U.S.G.S. Office
68 1
Powell Notes
Stegner's research in this box is from his indexed 4x6 note card file, arranged by subject.Indexed, 1870 Expedition
1870
68 2
Background History
68 3
1871-1872 Expedition
68 4
Biographical, Personal Tributes
68 5
Bureau of Ethnology and Indian Bureau
68 6
Colorado River
68 7
Colorado River, James White
68 8
Irrigation Survey
68 9
King Manuscript
68 10
Henry Adams
68 11
Samuel Adams
68 12
Lectures
68 13
Personal Relationships
68 14
Stanton-Chalfant
68 15
Jack Sumner
68 16
United States Geological Survey (U.S.G.S.)
68 17
Bibliography
68 18
Cosmos Club
68 19
Jacob Hamblin
68 20
Illustrations and Photographers
68 21
Geological History
68 22
Mapping
68 23
Western Travelers
68 24
Hayden Survey; Wheeler Survey
68 25
Powell Survey
68 26
Powell’s Writings
68 27
Ethnology
68 28
Public Domain
68 29
Various Loose Pages, Notebook
Beyond the Hundredth Meridian
Box Folder
69 1
Memoirs of the National Academy of Sciences
Notations by Stegner throughout.
1927
69 2
The San Juan CountyGeological Survey Paper
Some Stegner notations.
1938
69 3
The Green River and its Utilization
By Ralf R. Woolley.
1930
69 4
Upper Colorado River and its Utilization
By Robert Follansbee.
1929
69 5
Water Power and Flood Control of Colorado River Below Green River, Utah
By E. C. Larue.
1925
69 6
Index to Schoolcraft’s Indian Tribes of the United States
Compiled by Frances S. Nichols.
1954
The City of the Living, A Shooting Star, Wolf Willow
Box Folder
70 1
The City of the Living
Front Page Layouts.
70 2
The City of the Living
Reviews
1956-1957
70 3
A Shooting Star
Partial First Draft, Notebook.
1954
70 4
A Shooting Star
Book Cover; Also publicity pamphlets, 'Fiction: A Lens on Life'
70 5
A Shooting Star
Reviews.
1961
70 6
Wolf Willow
Saskatchewan manuscript; I. 'The Question Mark in the Circle,' p. 7-17; II. 'Preparation for a Civilization,' p. 18-63.
70 7
Wolf Willow
Saskatchewan manuscript; II. 'Preparation for a Civilization,' p. 64-87; Section published in American Heritage.
1957
70 8
Wolf Willow
Saskatchewan manuscript;I. 'Preparation for a Civilization,' p. 88-99
70 9
Wolf Willow
Saskatchewan manuscript; II. 'Preparation for a Civilization,' p. 100-114;'Capital of an Unremembered Past, section published in Atlantic.
1958
70 10
Wolf Willow
Earlier Drafts.
70 11
Wolf Willow
Single Manuscript Draft Pages.
70 12
Wolf Willow
Draft 'The Question Mark in the Circle;' pages 1-30; 48-54.
70 13
Wolf Willow
Draft, I. 'The Question Mark in the Circle'
70 14
Wolf Willow
III. 'The Whitemud River Range,' 'Genesis' manuscript.
70 15
Wolf Willow
Draft, III. 'The Whitemud River Range' pages 131-146; 132-142.
70 16
Wolf Willow
Draft, Chapter 3, p. 1-15
70 17
Wolf Willow
Draft, Chapter 4, 'Carrion Springs,' p. 1-17
70 18-19
Wolf Willow
Two drafts, 'Carrion Springs,' p. 226-253; 226-254
70 20
Wolf Willow
III. 'The Whitemud River Range;' manuscript draft pages and notes.
70 21
Wolf Willow
III. 'The Whitemud River Range;' manuscript draft pages.
70 22
Wolf Willow
Draft 'Town and Country' p. 241-306.
70 23-24
Wolf Willow
IV. 'Town and Country,' draft, p. 1-64; 65-123
Wolf Willow, Manuscript Drafts
Research material for this manuscript can also be found in material pertaining to Eastend. See box five.Research material for this manuscript can also be found in material pertaining to Eastend.
Box Folder
71 1-5
Manuscript draft pages
71 6
Manuscript draft pages
Includes organizational notes by Stegner.
71 7-11
Manuscript draft pages
In order received.
71 12
'The Whitemud River Range Thirty Years Ago'
71 13
Manuscript notes
1963-1964
71 14
Unrevised proofs
Viking Press
71 15
Excerpt from Chapter 9, 'Capital of an Unremembered Past'
71 16
Wolf Willow, Publicity
71 17
Wolf Willow, Book Cover
71 18
Reviews
1962-1982
71 19
Wolf Willow, Research
Notes on Boundary Survey, Saskatchewan Notes. 'From Drought to Plenty' business article.
71 20
Wolf Willow, Research
Cypress Hills Notes. 'In the Lost World of Cypress Hills' article.
Wolf Willow, Research
Box Folder
72 1
Newspaper clippings
72 2
'Thirty Years Ago on the Whitemud River' by Harry Otterson
By Harry Otterson
72 3
Geological Survey of Canada
G. M. Furnival
1950
72 4
F. C. Taylor Fur Co. Catalog
History and Reminiscences of Eastend District.
1960-1961
72 5
Epic March of the Mounties
J. B. Mitchell School
72 6
Indians, Royal Canadian Mounted Police, The Canadian Metis
72 7
Exploration and Survey, Chinooks
72 8
Eastend Co-operative Association
Annual Report;Eastend Memorial Hall and Composite High School.
1954
72 9
Statutes, Treaties and Documents of the Canadian Constitution
Batoche National Historic Site
1930-1960
72 10
Voter Lists
72 11
Questionnaires on Pioneer Economics
72 12
A General Questionnaire
What Did Western Canadian Pioneers Eat?.
72 13
Pioneer Farming Experiences
Pioneer Churches
72 14
Pioneer Schools, Pioneer Recreation and Social Life, Pioneer Folklore
72 15
William Anderson, Correspondence
Questionaire.
1955
72 16
Cora Carlton, Correspondence
Thomas D. Logie, Correspondence
1956-1959
72 17
George F. Sullivan, Correspondence
1946
72 18
Lewis H. Thomas, Archivist, Correspondence
1953-1956
72 19
Allan Turner, Archivist, Correspondence
Saskatchewan Golden Jubilee Publications, Saskatchewan in Books
1955-1959
72 20-23
Bibliographies
A-G, H-M, N-W, San Francisco Review, Government Publications Read and Annotated.
72 24
Saskatchewan Notes
The Gathering of Zion, Manuscripts
Box Folder
73 1
Typescript, 'The Way to the Kingdom'
Pages 1-16
73 2
Typescript, 'By the Rivers of Babylon'
Pages 17-122
73 3
Typescript, 'The Mountain of the Lord’s House'
Pages 123-210
73 4
Typescript, 'The Mountain of the Lord’s House'
Pages 211-287
73 5
Typescript, 'The Mountain of the Lord’s House, p. 288-326
Pages 288-326
73 6
Bibliography, p. 1-9
Pages 1-9
73 7
Editing copy
Title Page, Table of Contents, Acknowledgments, Chronology
73 8
Editing copy: 'The Way to the Kingdom'
Pages 1-16
73 9
Editing copy: 'By the Waters of Babylon'
Pages 17-78
73 10
Editing copy: 'By the Waters of Babylon'
Pages 79-122
73 11-13
Editing copy: 'The Mountain of the Lord's House'
Pages 123-186; pages 187-261; pages 262-326.
73 14
Editing copy: Bibliography
Pages 329-335
73 15
Editing copy: Index, p. 1-35; About the Author
73 16
Plate Proofs: Contents, Acknowledgments, Chronology, Index
The Gathering of Zion; Teaching the Short Story
Box Folder
74 1-2
The Gathering of Zion
Galley copies.
74 3
The Gathering of Zion
Notes
74 4
Map: 'Utah and the Overland Routes to it from the Missouri River'
74 5
The Gathering of Zion
Research Materials; Fort Laramie, two pamphlets
74 6
The Gathering of Zion
Research Materials; Old Oregon Trail, Kirtland Temple, The Pioneer Trail.
74 7
The Gathering of Zion
Utah Historical Quarterly, Nos. 2 and 3, 1933. Two postcards.
74 8
The Gathering of Zion
Two Maps of Nauvoo; two publications, Nauvoo; and Mormon Trail.
74 9
The Gathering of Zion
Order of Illustrations.
74 10
The Gathering of Zion
Book covers; Also printed copy of Contents, Acknowledgments, Chronology and Introduction.
74 11
Reviews
1981-1993
74 12
Teaching the Short Story
Two copies of book; tearsheet copy.
1960
All the Little Live Things
Box Folder
75 1
Old drafts, false starts
75 2
Discarded drafts
75 3-15
Early drafts
76 1-3
Working Draft
Chapters 1-4; chapters 5-6; section 2, chapters 1 and 3.
76 4-13
First Draft
77 1-6
Second Draft
77 7-11
Final Draft
77 12
Galleys
All the Little Live Things, Film Version and Reviews
Box Folder
78 1
Notes
78 2
Readers Comments
Notes to reader.
1966
78 3
Correspondence with Pare Lorentz, Jr., Ralf Brent
Regarding film version.
1967-1968
78 4
California Year
A screen treatment of All the Little Live Things, by Pare Lorentz, Jr. Copy 8.
1967
78 5
All the Little Live Things, Screen Treatment
By Pare Lorentz, Jr., Copy 13.
1975
78 6
Agreement with Robert A. Freedman Dramatic Agency, Inc.
For film rights to All the Little Live Things.
1991
78 7
Publicity
Draft blurb, advertisements.
1967-1968
78 8
Previews
1967
78 9
Best Seller lists
1967
78 10-12
Reviews
1967-1999
Sound of Mountain Water
Box Folder
79 1-2
Typescript: Introduction
Table of Contents; 'Overture: The Sound of Mountain Water'
79 3
Typescript Chapters 2-4
'The Rediscovery of America,' 'Packhorse Paradise,' and 'Navajo Rodeo'
79 4
Typescript Chapters 5-7
'San Juan and Glen Canyon,' 'Glen Canyon Submersus,' and 'The Land of Enchantment'
79 5
Typescript Chapter 8, 1-2
'Coda: The Wilderness Letter,' 'At Home in the Fields of the Lord,' and 'Born a Square'
79 6
Typescript Chapter 3, 5a-5b
'History, Myth and The Western Writer,' 'The West Synthetic: Bret Harte,' and 'The West Authentic: Willa Cather'
79 7
Typescript Chapters 5c, 6
'The West Emphatic: Bernard DeVoto,' 'The Book and the Great Community'
79 8
Editing Copy
Title Page, Author's Note, Table of Contents, Introduction
79 9-15
Editing Copy
All chapters.
79 16
Foundry Proof
80 1
Foundry Proof
80 2
Final Galley
80 3
Outline and Permissions
80 4
Comments by AB Guthrie, Jr and Paul Horgan
1989
80 5
Book Publicity, Promotions
1969
80 6
Book Cover
80 7
Reviews
'Wallace Stegner's Vision on Wilderness,' by Susan Tyburski in Western American Literature
1969-1983
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Introduction
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'The Scene Setters'
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Notes for Book
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Discovery! Letters, Journals, and Interviews
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84 1-9
Tom Barger Letters
1937-1956
84 10-11
Lloyd Hamilton Letters
1933-1935
84 12
'The Saudi Arabian Partnership'
By Phil McConnell.
84 13
Phil McConnell Notes
84 14
Phil McConnell Journal Selections
84 15
Extracts from Anita Burleigh’s Diary
Trip across Saudi Arabia. Also 'Arabian Caravan.'
1939
84 16
Max Steinke
Excerpts from Letters.
1937-1939
84 17
Interviews, William Lenchan
1955
84 18
Interview, Angus D. Mair
1955
84 19
Interview, Phil McConnell
1956
84 20
Interviews, R. P. Miller
1955-1956
84 21
Interview, Robbie Robertson
1955
84 22
Interview, Spike Spurlock
1955
84 23
Interview, Florence Steinke
1955
84 24
Original Interview Notes
Box
85
Discovery! Correspondence
Box Folder
85 1
M. T. Barger
1955; 1957
85 2
Tom Barger
1957-1958
85 3
Jack Butler
1955, 1958
85 4
D. A. Decker
1984
85 5
Ray Graham
1955
85 6
Gordon C. Hamilton
1957-1958
85 7
M. E. Harper
1955
85 8
Airy (Cliff C.) Jones (Hamilton)
1955-1956
85 9
Richard Kerr
1956
85 10
M. E. Lenahan; W. J. Lenahan
1956
85 11
Phil McConnell
1955-1956; 1968; 1971
85 12
Phil McConnell Balads
85 13
Floyd W. Meeker
1958
85 14
R. P. Miller
1955-1956
85 15
Kemper Moore
1955-1956
85 16
T. O. Phillips
1955-1956; 1968
85 17
Angus Sinclair
1955-1956
85 18
H. O. Thompson
1955-1958
85 19
J. C. Vredenburgh
1956
85 20
Thomas E. Ward
1971
85 21
Correspondence regarding CASCO Schools for Saudi Arabs
1941; 1943
85 22
Correspondence regarding disloyal employees
1943
85 23
Correspondence: Visit of Earl and Countess of Athlone
1938; 1941
85 24
Correspondence regarding Haenggi Case
1935
85 25
Press Release: J. C. Stirton’s Retirement; 'Letter to an Industrial Historian'
1933; 1958
85 26
TWA Ticket Refund Request
1955
Discovery! Personnel, Articles, Research and News Clippings
Box Folder
86 1
Aramco World, List of Articles
Aramco Names and Addresses
86 2
Arabian American Oil Company Map of Dhahran
TWA Athens City Map
86 3
Comparative Tables of Muhammadan and Christian Dates
International Customs, Currency and Passport Information
1952
86 4
Personnel Notes
86 5
'Twenty Years of Service for Three Aramcons'
Article about Woodson 'Spike' Spurlock.
1958
86 6
Max Steinke, Sidney Powers Memorial Medalist
Max Steinke’s Jeddah Trip; Abstract from geological field notes.
1937
86 7
'Pioneering Arabian Oil' by Max Steineke
'Message of Fred Davies at the Dedication of Steinke Hall'
1951; 1952
86 8
Discussions in Riyadh
Regarding Labor Relations.
1942-1943
86 9
Negotiations of the Concession
86 10
Exploration of the Concession
86 11
Excerpts from Letters, Supplementary Correspondence
Negotiation of the Concession
1933
86 12
The Negotiation of the Supplemental Agreement
1938-1939
86 13
Research Material
86 14
Geological Reports
1933-1939
86 15
Factual Information on Ras Tanura
86 16
Ralph O. Rhoades Speech
Annual Dinner Meeting of the Boston Stock Exchange.
1957
86 17
Brief Report on Saudi Arab-Iraq Boundary Survey
86 18
Dispute Concerning the Interpretation of the Riyadh Agreement
A report on the dispute.
1939
86 19
Al Hasa Concession
86 20
Excerpts from Testimony Given in Onassis Case
1934-1952
86 21
'Drilling and Producing Techniques'
By Philip McConnell.
1951
86 22
First Drilling Program
1936-1938
86 23
Commercial Production
1938
86 24
Chronology: Company Developments
1938-1939
86 25
Chronology
1930-1932
86 26
Hydrographic Survey
1936
86 27
Extracts from Well File on Dammam Nos. 1,2, and 7
1956
86 28
'Fire at Dammam No. 12'
By George T. Draper.
86 29
Extracts from Logs and Correspondence
Dammam No. 12 Fire.
86 30
Picture Captions
86 31
'The Oil Discovery that made World History'
In The Standard Oiler
1957
86 32
News Clippings
1957-1958
Angle of Repose, Early Manuscript Drafts
Box Folder
87 1
Assorted Manuscript Draft Pages
87 2
Tries at Beginning
87 3
First Try at Second Chapter
Interchapter Try
87 4
Oliver and Susan Beginnings
Oliver 5 Years West; Susan Illustrator East
87 5
Draft, 'The Cabin on the Ditch'
87 6
Lyman Ward’s Secretarial Help
87 7
Draft: Separation, Reunion, Birth of Second Daughter
87 8
Draft: Conversation–Lyman and Shelley; Oliver’s Apprentice Years
87 9
Running Debate Between Lyman and Rodman; Grandmother as Nurse
87 10
Susan’s Success, Shelly Hawkes
87 11
Susan and Augusta before Marriages
87 12
Grass Valley
87 13-14
New Almaden
87 15-16
Santa Cruz
Angle of Repose, Early Drafts
Box Folder
88 1-3
Leadville
88 4
Michoacan
88 5
On the Bough
88 6-8
The Canyon
88 9-10
The Mesa
Angle of Repose, Early Drafts, First and Second Drafts
Box Folder
89 1-2
Early Draft- The Mesa
89 3-4
Early Draft- The Zodiac Cottage
89 5
First Draft, I. Grass Valley
89 6
First Draft, II. New Almaden
89 7
First Draft, III. Santa Cruz
89 8
First Draft, IV. Leadville
89 9
Second Draft, I. Grass Valley
89 10
Second Draft, II. New Almaden
89 11
Second Draft, III. Santa Cruz
89 12
Second Draft, IV. Leadville
89 13
Second Draft, V. The Michoacan
Angle of Repose, Third and Fourth Drafts
Box Folder
90 1
Third Draft, I. Grass Valley
90 2
Third Draft, II. New Almaden
90 3
Third Draft, The Michoacan
90 4
Third Draft, On the Bough
90 5
Third Draft, The Canyon
90 6
Fourth Draft, I. Grass Valley
90 7
Fourth Draft, II. New Almaden
90 8
Fourth Draft, III. Santa Cruz
90 9
Fourth Draft, Leadville
90 10
Fourth Draft, Michoacan
90 11
Fourth Draft, On the Bough
90 12
Fourth Draft, The Mesa
Angle of Repose, Fifth Draft
Box Folder
91 1
Grass Valley
91 2
New Almaden
91 3
Santa Cruz
91 4
Leadville
91 5
Michoacan
91 6
On the Bough
91 7
The Canyon
91 8
The Mesa
91 9
The Zodiac Cottage
Angle of Repose, Typescript
Box Folder
92 1-9
Same as box 91.
Angle of Repose, Editing Copy
Box Folder
93 1-9
Same as boxes 91, 92.
Angle of Repose, Page Proofs, Galley
Box Folder
94 1-2
Page Proofs
94 3
Final Galley
Angle of Repose, Publicity, Reviews,and Mary Hallock Foote
Box Folder
95 1
Notes
95 2
Notebook
95 3
Stegner on writing Angle of Repose
For Literary Guild Magazine
95 4
Publicity, Advertisements
95 5
Book Covers
Draft blurb, jacket copy.
95 6
Best Seller Lists
95 7
Western Literature, Review
1975
95 8-9
Reviews
1971-1972
95 10
Review in The Chawa Citizen
1971
95 11
Bill Hall Newspaper Article
95 12
Penguin Reading Group Guide to Angle of Repose
95 13
Angle of Repose wins Reader Poll
Book shop in Santa Cruz.
95 14
Mary Hallock Foote
Explanation of ownership of letters; Controversy with San Francisco Chronicle article.
1967-1976
95 15
Mary Hallock Foote
Arthur H. Frazer Correspondence; Booklets: 'Bibliography of Hydrometry'; 'Proceedings of Engineers of the Reclmation Service';Photo (photocopy) of Embudo Camp
1888-1969
95 16
Mary Hallock Foote
Stegner’s notes from letters; plot notes, research, planning.
95 17
Mary Hallock Foote
Excavation of house site.
1986-1987
95 18
Mary Hallock Foote
Letters from readers mentioning M.H.F.
1971-1976
95 19
Mary Hallock Foote
Photocopies of house in Boise River Canyon; Includes note.
1978
Angle of Repose, Opera, Italian Edition, and Frost and DeVoto
Box Folder
96 1
Opera, in San Francisco Opera Magazine
Background manuscript on Angle of Repose by Stegner.
1976
96 2
Opera, Correspondence
1973-1978
96 3
Opera, Correspondence with Oakley Hall
1974-1976
96 4
Opera, Correspondence with Andrew W. Imbrie
1973-1974
96 5
Opera, George Keithley letter, scenario
1974
96 6
Opera, Synopsis for Libretto by Oakley Hall
Libretto draft
1974
96 7
Opera, Drafts
1975
96 8
Opera Bound Copy
1976
San Francisco Opera Program
96 9
Opera Lecture Introduction
Programs, Ticket stubs.
96 10
Opera, Copy of Cast Photo
Fan Letter;Lecture Series schedule, Ballet.
1977-1990
96 11
Opera
Roho San Francisco Opera Oral History Completed.
96 12
Opera Press Release, Season Calender
Alan Cranston Remarks Honoring Stegner;Invitations.
1976
96 13
Opera, Reviews
1976
96 14
Angle of Repose, Italian Edition
Correspondence
1983-1987
96 15
Italian Edition, Introduction
96 16
Italian Edition
Grass Valley, New Almaden, Santa Cruz.
96 17
Italian Edition
Leadville, Michoacan.
96 18
Italian Edition
Sul Ramo.
96 19
Italian Edition
La Mesa, Cottage D. Zodiac.
96 20
'Robert Frost and Bernard DeVoto'
Copies of book.
1974
The Uneasy Chair, Biography of Bernard DeVoto
Box Folder
97 1
First Draft Pages, Four Sections
p. 1-8
97 2
First Draft Pages
p. 197-422
97 3
First Draft Pages
p. 453-470; 486-488
97 4-11
First Draft Versions
97 12
Second Draft Versions
97 13
Incomplete Manuscript, 'The Skeptical Biographer'
p. 55-96
97 14
Incomplete Manuscript
p. 97-132
97 15
Incomplete Manuscript, 'The Hero Cockroach'
p. 133-169
97 16
Incomplete Manuscript
p. 170-202
97 17
Incomplete Manuscript
p. 203-254
97 18
Incomplete Manuscript
p. 255-296
The Uneasy Chair, Biography of Bernard DeVoto
Box Folder
98 1-5
Incomplete Manuscript
p. 299-496
98 6
Corrected Draft I.
p. 1-54
98 7-8
Corrected Draft II.
p. 55-132
98 9-10
Corrected Draft III.
p. 133-222
98 11
Corrected Draft, IV.
p. 223-254
98 12-17
Corrected Draft
p. 255-484
99 1-6
Untitled Manuscript
p. 1-496
99 7
Reader’s Copy, Introduction
p. 1-57
99 8-13
Reader’s Copy
p. 58-414
100 1-2
Reader’s Copy
p. 415-496
100 3
Bound Reader’s Copy
100 4
Editing Copy
Title Page, Table of Contents, Author’s Note
100 5
Editing Copy, 'The Amniotic Home'
p. 1-57
100 6
Editing Copy, 'Northwestern'
p. 58-96
100 7
Editing Copy, 'More Priviledged Earth'
p. 97-223
100 8
Editing Copy, 'The Manhattan Captivity'
p. 224-266
100 9
Editing Copy, 'Periodic Assistance from Mr. John August'
p. 267-309
100 10
Editing Copy, 'Some Like a Spear, Some Like a Dirk'
p. 310-360
100 11
Editing Copy, 'Full Career'
p. 361-484
100 12
Editing Copy, 'Notes'
p. 1-81
100 13
Editing Copy, 'Index'
p. 1-69
The Uneasy Chair, Page Proofs and Galleys
Box Folder
101 1
Page Proofs
101 2
Page Proof Corrections
101 3
Final Galley
101 4
Bound Galley
The Uneasy Chair, Research, Notecards
Box Folder
102 1
Notes
102 2
DeVoto Notes
102 3-5
Chapter Notes
102 6-10
3x5 Notecards on Letters of Bernard DeVoto
102 11
3x5 Notecards: Brandt and Brandt
102 12
3x5 Notecards: Knopf File
102 13
3x5 Notecards: Harper’s File
102 14
3x5 Notecards: Schlesinger File, Mountain Time
102 15
3x5 Notecards: Minority Report, The Easy Chair, Crooked Mile
102 16
3x5 Notecards: The House of Sun Goes Down, Chariot of Fire
102 17
3x5 Notecards: We Accept With Pleasure, Chicago Review
102 18
3x5 Notecards: Introductions, Bibliography
102 19
3x5 Notecards: Breadloaf, Harvard
102 20
3x5 Notecards: Harvard Graduates Magazine, VanWyck Brooks
102 21
3x5 Notecards: Paretto, Interviews
102 22
3x5 Notecards: Kate Sterne File
The Uneasy Chair, Notecards
Box Folder
103 1
Calendar, Notecards
103 2
Newsclippings, Calendar, Notecards
103 3-5
Calendar, Notecards
103 6
Articles to Read
103 7-9
Notecards
103 10-11
Correspondence, Notecards
The Uneasy Chair, Publicity and Reviews
1973-1989
Box Folder
104 1
List of Photographs
104 2
Publicity
1974
104 3-4
Reviews
1973-1989
The Spectator Bird, Early Manuscript Drafts
Box Folder
105 1
Scraps, False Starts
105 2-3
Early Tries
105 4
Early Manuscript Draft, Single Pages
105 5
Early Manuscript Draft Pages
105 6-15
Early Manuscript Draft Pages
1-257, Re-Writes, Arrangements
105 16
Early Manuscript Draft Pages: 'Friday,' 'Saturday'
The Spectator Bird, Manuscript Drafts
Box Folder
106 1-5
Carrying the Carcass Up and Down
p. 1-170
106 6
First Draft, I. 'Monday'
p. 1-49
106 7
First Draft, II. 'Tuesday'
p. 50-91
106 8
First Draft, III. 'Wednesday'
p. 92-113
106 9
First Draft, IV. 'Thursday'
p. 114-156
106 10
First Draft, V. 'Friday'
p. 157-195
106 11
Second Draft
p. 1-113
106 12
Second Draft, copy
p. 1-108
106 13
Typescript, I.
p. 1-37
106 14
Typescript, II.
p. 38-72
106 15
Typescript, III.
p. 73-91
106 16
Typescript, IV.
p. 92-127
106 17
Typescript, V.
p. 128-179
106 18
Editing Copy, I.
p. 1-37
106 19
Editing Copy, II.
p. 38-72
106 20
Editing Copy, III.
p. 73-91
106 21
Editing Copy, IV.
p. 92-127
106 22
Editing Copy, V.
p. 128-179
106 23
Final Galley
107 1
Foundry Proof
107 2
Spectatorfuglen
German version of The Spectator Bird.
107 3
Notes
107 4
Publicity and Promotions
107 5-6
Reviews
1976-1980
Recapitulation
Box Folder
107 7
Scraps of Drafts
The following folders are draft manuscripts for Recapitulation
107 8
Early Manuscript Draft
Single Pages
107 9
Early Manuscript Draft
pp. 1-73; 1-102
107 10
Early Manuscript Draft
pp. 13-16; 13-32; 4-5; 1-84
107 11
Early Manuscript Draft
pp. 29-32; 21-22; 13-15; 17-18; 22-25; 27.
107 12
Early Manuscript Draft
pp. 31-32; 30-31; 29-34; 28-31.
107 13
Early Manuscript Draft
pp. 33-35; 30-31; 32-33; 31-33.
108 1-15
This box contains 15 folders of manuscript pages, corrected and re-worked. Page numbers are given for content of each folder, pp. 1-318.
109 1-3
First Draft
pp. 1-96; 97-185; 186-206; 210-287
109 4-9
Second Draft
pp. 1-319
110 1-3
Third Draft
'Newsreel' p. 1-302
110 4-6
Fourth Draft
'A Thing That Lasts,' p. 1-283
110 7-9
Editing Copy
p. 1-283
111 1
Foundry Proof
111 2
Final Galley
111 3
'Memorandum on Wallace Stegner’s Story'
111 4
Notebook
Single Note Pages
111 5
Book Promotions, Publicity
Book Cover
1979
111 6
Reviews
1979
American Places, Manuscript Drafts
This box contains material produced by both Wallace and Page Stegner, as well as a draft note from Mary.
Box Folder
112 1
Table of Contents, Foreward
112 2
'Remnants'
112 3
'Inheritance'
112 4
'Unfinished Business'
112 5
Pages 56-69
112 6
Three Sections
p. 70-79; 3., p. 80-82; 4., p. 83-89.
112 7
Two Sections
p. 90-94; 6., p. 95-99.
112 8
'Dead Heart of the West'
p. 100-113
112 9
Crow Country
p. 114-133
112 10
'Last Exit to America'
p. 160-175
112 11
'New Riders of the Purple Sage'
p. 1-15
112 12
'The Breaks of the Missouri'
p. 1-23
112 13
'Gem of the San Juan'
p. 1-17
112 14
'The Redwood Curtain'
p. 1-17
112 15
'There It Is, Take It'
p. 1-26
112 16
Photograph Captions
112 17
Background Material from Van Wyck Brooks
112 18
Foreward, Chapter 1. 'Inheritance'
112 19
Chapter 2. 'Remnants'
112 20
Chapter 3. 'Unfinished Business'
112 21
Chapter 4. 'Northeast Kingdom'
112 22
Chapter 5. 'The River'
112 23
Chapter 5. 'Last Exit to America'
112 24
Chapter 6. 'Dead Heart of the West'
112 25
Chapter 7. 'Crow Country'
112 26
Chapter 8. 'High Plateaus'
112 27
Chapter 9. 'New Rivers of the Purple Sage'
112 28
Chapter 10. 'The Redwood Curtain'
112 29
Chapter 11. 'There It Is; Take It'
112 30
Chapter 12. 'Life Along the Fault Line'
112 31
Draft Pages, Notes
112 32
Notes on Dubuque, Iowa
112 33
'Dubuque'
Manuscript draft. Note from Mary.
Box
113
American Places, Manuscript Drafts
Box Folder
113 1
Foreward. Galley.
113 2
'Inheritance'
Manuscript, galley.
113 3
'Remnants'
Manuscript, galley.
113 4
'America in 1800'
First proof.
113 5
'Northeast Kingdom'
First proof.
113 6
'The River'
First proof.
113 7
'Last Exit to America'
First proof.
113 8
'Dead Heart of the West'
First proof.
113 9
'Crow Country'
First proof.
113 10
'High Plateaus'
Partial manuscript draft. First proof.
113 11
'New Riders of the Purple Sage'
First proof.
113 12
'The Redwood Curtain'
First proof.
113 13
There It Is; Take It
Proof.
113 14
'Life Along the Fault Line'
First proof.
113 15
'Unfinished Business'
First proof.
113 16
Captions
113 17
Photograph List with Captions
113 18
Jacket Copy, Bibliography
113 19
Publicity
113 20
Reviews
1981
113 21
Related Correspondence
1977-1984
114
One Way to Spell Man, Manuscript, Galleys, and Reviews
Box Folder
114 1
Manuscript Draft Pages
114 2-5
Editing Copy
pp. 1-256 in five folders.
114 6
Page Proofs
114 7
Final Galley Proof
114 8
Book Cover, Advertisements
114 9
Review by Peter Wild in Orion
1983
114 10
Reviews
1981, 1984
115
Conversations with Wallace Stegner
This box contains Etulain's early questions for Stegner and the first manuscript draft.
Box Folder
115 1
Richard Etulain’s Early Questions for Stegner
4x6 note pages.
115 2
Questions for 'Biography' Section
115 3
Questions for 'Early Writings' Section
Hand-written and typed versions.
115 4
Questions for 'Big Rock Candy Mountain' Section
115 5
Questions for 'Mormons' Section
115 6
Questions for 'Literature' Section
115 7
Questions on 'Angle of Repose'
115 8
Questions for 'Wilderness' Section
115 9
Questions for 'Western History' Section
115 10
Check List
115 11
Earliest Version, Chapter 1, 'Biography'
115 12
Earliest Version, Chapter 2, 'Early Writings'
115 13-14
Earliest Version, Chapter 3, 'The Big Rock Candy Mountain'
115 15
Earliest Version, Chapter 4, 'The Later Works'
115 16
Earliest Version, Chapter 5, 'Angle of Repose'
115 17-18
Earliest Version, Chapter 6, 'On the Mormons'
115 19
Earliest Version, Chapter 7, 'The American Literary West'
115 20
Earliest Version, Chapter 8, 'On Western History and Historians'
115 21
Earliest Version, Chapter 9, 'The Wilderness West'
115 22
Earliest Version, Chapter 10, 'The West–A Forward Look'
116
Conversations with Wallace Stegner Manuscript Drafts
Box Folder
116 1
First Typed Version, 'Biography'
Note from Richard Etulain.
116 2
First Typed Version, 'Early Works'
116 3
First Typed Version, 'The Big Rock Candy Mountain'
116 4
First Typed Version, 'The Later Works'
116 5
First Typed Version, 'Angle of Repose'
116 6
First Typed Version, 'Stegner on Mormons'
116 7
First Typed Version, 'The American Literary West'
116 8
First Typed Version, 'On Western History and Historians'
116 9
First Typed Version, 'Wilderness West'
116 10
First Typed Version, 'What’s Left of the West?'
116 11
Final Typed Version, Table of Contents, 'Biography'
Note from Richard Etulain.
116 12
Final Typed Version, 'Early Works'
116 13
Final Typed Version, 'The later Works'
116 14
Final Typed Version, 'The Big Rock Candy Mountain'
116 15
Final Typed Version, 'Angle of Repose'
116 16
Final Typed Version, 'Stegner on Mormons'
116 17
Final Typed Version, 'The American Literary West'
116 18
Final Typed Version, 'On Western History and Historians'
116 19
Final Typed Version, 'Wilderness West'
116 20
Final Typed Version, 'What’s Left of the West?'
Separate page.
117
Conversations with Wallace Stegner, Final Draft, Press Copy, New Essay
Box Folder
117 1
Foreward by Norman Cousins
Accompanying letter.
117 2-11
Stegner’s Final Version
Chapters in same order as previous versions.
117 12
University of Utah Press Copy
Note from Richard Etulain; Trudy McMurrin, editor.
117 13-21
Press Copy
Chapters in same order as previous versions. Folder 19 contains two corrected versions for pages 9-30.
117 22
New Essay for Revised Edition, Manuscript Draft
117 23
New Essay, Typed Copy
117 24-25
New Essay, Corrections
117 26
New Essay, Photocopy of Corrected Version
117 27
New Essay, Revision, Questions
118
Manuscripts
Folders 1-4 contain correspondence, publicity, and reviews. Folder 5 contains documents. Folders 6-14 contain notes and early draft material.
Box Folder
118 1-4
'Conversations' Correspondence
Richard Etulain and Wallace Stegner.
1982-1985
118 5
'The Sense of Place'
Chapbook, manuscript drafts, review.
1986
118 6
'Crossing to Safety'
Early Notes, Planning
118 7
Unused Chapter from Early Draft
Six versions.
118 8
Manuscript Chapter
Unnumbered pages, three versions.
118 9-11
Single Manuscript Pages
118 12-14
Various Draft Pages
119
Crossing to Safety, Manuscript Drafts
Box Folder
119 1-12
Manuscript Draft Pages
This box contains 12 folders of manuscript draft pages arranged in chronologically numbered page groups from the beginning of the manuscript through draft page number 139.
120
Crossing to Safety, Manuscript Drafts
This box contains 12 folders of manuscript draft pages arranged in chronologically numbered page groups through draft page numbered page 239. These page groups are sometimes chapters or partial chapters, some are re-workings of scenes or events.
121
Crossing to Safety, Manuscript Drafts
Folders 1-9 of this box contain manuscript draft pages through page 342. Folders 10-13 contain the first and second drafts of the manuscript which was written under the original title, "Amicitia," and are numbered pages 1-222 and 1-192.
122
Crossing to Safety, Manuscript Drafts
Contains third through fifth draft material.
Box Folder
122 1-3
Incomplete Third Draft
p. 1-254
122 3-6
Fourth Draft
p. 1-342
122 7-9
Fifth Draft
p. 1-343
123
Manuscripts
Folders 1-11 contain notes, notebooks, advertising,sales material, and reviews. Folders 12-19 contain research notes and reviews.
Box Folder
123 1
Unrevised Proofs
1987
123 2
Notebooks from Greece
With note from Mary.
123 3
Two Notebooks
Also envelope of notes.
123 4
Notes, Suggestions, Listings
Notes on characters, scenes, reminders regarding manuscript.
123 5
Roadmap to Novel.
Stegner's plot mapping.
123 6
Book Advertisements
1987-1988
123 7
Penguin Books Catalogue
Two Book Covers
1988
123 8
Best Seller Lists
1987-1988
123 9-10
Reviews
1987-1990
123 11
Review of Crossing to Safety by Jackson Benson.
In Western American Literature
1990
123 12
The American West as Living Space
Unused fragments. Mary’s note.
123 13
The American West as Living Space, Research
'Place, Form and Prayer,' by Paul Horgan; 'Jefferson, Thoreau and After,' by J. B. Jackson.
123 14
The American West as Living Space, Research
'High Plains Country,' by J. B. Jackson; 'The Rose of the Nonhuman Environment,' by Harold F. Searles.
123 15
The American West as Living Space, Research
'Locale and Architecture,' by Jean Gottmann; 'Speculations on the New American Landscapes,' by Robert B. Riley.
123 16
The American West as Living Space, Research
'The Growth of Landscape Consciousness,' by Hermann Mattern; 'Global Futures: The Third World,' by Peter H. Raven.
123 17
News clippings.
For research.
123 18
National Audubon Society vs. Superior Court of Alpine County.
For research.
123 19
Reviews
For The American West as Living Space.
1987
123 20
Correspondence
Regarding 'On the Teaching of Creative Writing'
l988
123 21
Reviews
For 'On the Teaching of Creative Writing'
1989
123 22
'On the Teaching of Creative Writing'
Book.
124
Collected Stories, Repo Dupe, Final
Box Folder
124 1
Repo Dupe
'Foreward,' 'The Traveler,' 'Bugle Song,' and 'Beyond the Glass Mountain.'
124 2
Repo Dupe
'The Berry Patch,' 'The Women on the Wall,' and 'Balance His, Swing Yours,' 'Saw Gang,' 'Goin’ to Town.'
124 3
Repo Dupe
'The View From the Balcony,' 'Volcano,' and 'Two Rivers,' 'Hostage.'
124 4
Repo Dupe
'In the Twilight,' 'Butcher Bird' and 'The Double Corner,' 'The Colt.'
124 5
Repo Dupe
'The Chink,' 'Chip Off the Old Block' and 'The Sweetness of the Twisted Apples,' 'The Blue-Winged Teal.'
124 6
Repo Dupe
'Pop Goes the Alley Cat' and 'Maiden in a Tower,' 'Impasse,' 'The Volunteer.'
124 7
Repo Dupe
'A Field Guide to the Western Birds' and 'Something Spurious From the Mindanao Deep.'
124 8
Repo Dupe
Genesis
124 9
Repo Dupe
'The Wolfer,' 'Carrion Spring' and 'He Who Spits at the Sky,' 'The City of the Living.'
124 10
Final
Foreward, Table of Contents, 'The Traveler'
124 11
Final
'Bugle Song,' 'Beyond the Glass Mountain' and 'The Berry Patch,' 'The Women on the Wall.'
124 12
Final
'Balance His, Swing Yours' and 'Goin to Town,' 'The View from the Balcony,' 'Volcano.'
124 13
Final
'Two Rivers,' 'Hostage' and 'In the Twilight,' 'Butcher Bird.'
124 14
Final
'The Double Corner,' 'The Colt' and 'The Chink,' 'Chip Off the Old Block.'
124 15
Final
'The Blue-Winged Teal,' 'Pop Goes the Alley Cat,' 'Maiden in a Tower,' 'Impasse,' 'The Volunteer.'
124 16
Final
'A Field lguide to the Western Birds' and 'Something Spurious from the Mindanao Deep.'
125
Collected Stories, Final Drafts, Author's Galleys, and Editing Copy
Box Folder
125 1
Final
'Genesis,' 'The Wolfer.'
125 2
Final
'Carrion Spring,' 'He Who Spits at the Sky' and 'The City of the Living.'
125 3
Author’s Galleys
Foreward, Table of Contents and 'Beyond the Glass Mountain,' 'The Berry Patch.'
125 4
Author’s Galleys
'The Women on the Wall,' 'Bugle Song' and 'Balance His; Swing Yours,' 'Saw Gang.'
125 5
Author’s Galleys
'Two Rivers,' 'Goin to Town' and 'The View from the Balcony,' 'The Volcano.'
125 6
Author’s Galleys
'Hostage,' 'In the Twilight' and 'Butcher Bird,' 'The Double Corner.'
125 7
Author’s Galleys
'The Colt,' 'The Chink' and 'Chip Off the Old Block,' 'The Sweetness of the Twisted Apples.'
125 8
Author’s Galleys
'The Blue-Winged Teal' and 'The City of the Living,' 'Pop Goes the Alley Cat,' 'Maiden in a Tower.'
125 9
Author’s Galleys
'Impasse,' 'The Volunteer.'
125 10
Author’s Galleys
'Field Guide to the Western Birds' and 'The Traveler,' 'Something Spurious from the Mindanao Deep.'
125 11
Author’s Galleys
'Genesis'
125 12
Author’s Galleys
'Carrion Spring,' 'The Wolfer' and 'He Who Spits at the Sky,' About the Author.
125 13
Editing Copy
'Foreward, Table of Contents and 'Beyond the Glass Mountain,' 'The Berry Patch,' 'The Women on the Wall.'
125 14
Editing Copy
'Bugle Song,' 'Balance His, Swing Yours' and 'Saw Gang,' 'Goin to Town.'
125 15
Editing Copy
'The View from the Balcony,' 'The Volcano' and 'Two Rivers,' 'Hostage,' 'In the Twilight.'
125 16
Editing Copy
'Butcher Bird,' 'The Double Corner' and 'The Colt,' 'The Chink,' 'Chip Off the Old Block,' 'The Sweetness of Twisted Apples,' 'The Blue-Winged Teal.'
125 17
Editing Copy
'The City of the Living' and 'Pop Goes the Alley Cat,' 'Maiden in a Tower,' 'Impasse,' 'The Volunteer,' 'Field Guide to Western Birds.'
126
Collected Stories, Editing Copy, Master Pages, and Galleys
Box Folder
126 1
Editing Copy
'The Traveler,' 'Something Spurious from the Mindanao Deep,' 'Genesis.'
126 2
Editing Copy
'Carrion Spring,' 'The Wolfer,' 'He Who Spits at the Sky.'
126 3
Master Pages
1-103; About the Author, Also by Stegner, Dedication, Foreward, Table of Contents.
126 4
Master Pages
pages 104-176
126 5
Master Pages
pages 177-244
126 6
Master Pages
pages 245-357
126 7
Master Pages
pages 358-449
126 8
Master Pages
pages 450-End
126 9
Editing Pages
'Two Rivers,' 'Something Spurious from the Mindanao Deep.'
126 10-11
Master Galleys
127
Collected Stories and Where the Bluebird Sings to the Lemonade Springs
Box Folder
127 1
Collected Stories
Unrevised Proofs
1990
127 2
Collected Stories
Copy Editor’s Query Sheet; Type Setting, Table of Contents order.
127 3
Collected Stories
Book Cover, Foreward
127 4
Collected Stories
Reviews
1990
127 5
Where the Bluebird Sings to the Lemonade Springs
Editing Copy: Title Page, Acknowledgments, Table of Contents, Introduction.
127 6
Where the Bluebird Sings to the Lemonade Springs
Editing Copy: I. “Personal,” p. 1-36.
127 7
Where the Bluebird Sings to the Lemonade Springs
Editing Copy: II. “Habitat,” p. 37-73.
127 8
Where the Bluebird Sings to the Lemonade Springs
Editing Copy: II. “Habitat,” continued, p. 74-133.
127 9
Where the Bluebird Sings to the Lemonade Springs
Editing Copy: III. “Witness,” p. 134-185.
127 10
Where the Bluebird Sings to the Lemonade Springs
Manuscript: “Haunted by Waters . . . Norman MacLean.”
127 11
Where the Bluebird Sings to the Lemonade Springs
Editing Copy: III. “Witness,” continued, p. 186-227.
127 12
Where the Bluebird Sings to the Lemonade Springs
Slick Galleys, I. Personal, p. 1-41.
127 13
Where the Bluebird Sings to the Lemonade Springs
Slick Galleys, II. Habitat, p. 42-l32.
128
Where the Bluebird Sings to the Lemonade Springs
Box Folder
128 1
Slick Galleys, III.
Witness, p. 133-229
128 2
Bound Galley Sections
128 3
Advance Uncorrected Proof
128 4
Proposed Interior Design
128 5
Book Covers
128 6
Publicity
128 7
Reviews
1992
129
Short Stories
This section contains manuscript materials, proofs, printed copies, reprints of many of Stegner’s short stories.
1934-1953
Box Folder
129 1
'Pete and Emil'
Published in Salt Lake Tribune. Manuscript, tearsheets.
1934
129 2
'Bloodstain'
Manuscript. Tearsheets from American Places.
1937
129 3
'Dam Builder'
Reprint from Frontier and Midland.
1937
129 4
'Fish'
Original printed copy, Intermountain Review, Summer.
1937
129 5
Bugle Song
Manuscript.
1938
129 6
'The Noise Outside'
Tearsheets from Redbook. Note about characters.
1939
129 7
'One Last Wilderness'
Tearsheets. Copy of Scribners.
1939
129 8
'Clash by Night'
Novelette published in Redbook.
1939
129 9
'The Chink'
Published in The Atlantic, p. 349-356.
1940
129 10
'One Thing at a Time'
Tearsheets from Colliers.
1940
129 11
'Goin’ to Town'
Revisited by Wallace Stegner.
129 12
'The Four Mules of God'
Tearsheets from Decision.
1941
129 13
'In the Twilight'
Tearsheets from Mademoiselle.
1941
129 14
'The Turtle at Home'
Tearsheets from Atlantic, p. 123, 127. Separate copies of illustrations.
1943
129 15
'The Colt'
Photocopy of printed story.
129 16
'My Pet Achilles, the Amusing Turtle'
n Reader’s Digest, p. 24-26, condensed from Atlantic. Tearsheets.
1943
129 17
'The Paradise Hunter'
Tearsheets from Redbook.
1943
129 18
'Saw Gang'
Tearsheets from Atlantic Monthly.
1945
129 19
'The Women on the Wall'
Tearsheets.
1946
129 20
'Admirable Crichton' (My Most Unforgettable Character)
Manuscript.
1946
129 21
'Beyond the Glass Mountain'
Published in Harper’s, May. Tearsheets.
1947
129 22
'The Double Corner' (The Pattern)
Manuscript drafts (2), pages kept in order received.
1948
129 23
'The View from the Balcony' (The Fraternity)
Manuscript drafts. Review.
1948
129 24-26
'The Blue-Winged Teal'
Manuscripts; Wraparound; Reprints, tearsheets.
1979
129 27-28
'The Traveler'
Manuscript, tearsheets, reprints. In The Diliman Review, p. 17-27.
129 29-30
'Pop Goes the Alley Cat'
Manuscript drafts; Tearsheets. Photocopy of story.
129 31-32
'Impasse'
Tearsheets from Woman’s Day; Analysis of Stegner’s short story, “Impasse,” in Analysis: the short story by Arthur Myers.
1953; 1975
130
Short Stories
1954-1958
Box Folder
130 1-2
'City of the Living'
Early drafts. Note from Mary Stegner; Manuscript, pages from Mademoiselle.
1954
130 3-4
'Maiden in a Tower'
Manuscript drafts; Tearsheets.
130 5-6
'The Volunteer'
Manuscript drafts. Note from Mary Stegner; Tearsheets.
130 7
'Life Class'
Manuscript drafts, tearsheets. Note from Mary Stegner.
1956
130 8-10
'He Who Spits at the Sky'
Early drafts and notes; Final draft; Copies and tearsheets from Esquire.
1958
130 11-12
'Something Spurious from the Mindanao Deep'
Manuscript; Tearsheets from Harpers.
1958
131
Short Stories
This box contains materials for the short story, "Genesis."
1959
Box Folder
131 1
First Draft
131 2
Second Draft
131 3
Third Draft
p. 1-89; p. 90-148
131 5
Fourth Draft
131 6
Manuscript Draft
131 7
Final Draft
And photocopy of final draft.
131 9
In Contact 2
p. 85-164
1959
131 10
Reviews
1959
132
Short Stories
1959-1984
Box Folder
132 1
'Indoor–Outdoor Living'
Tearsheets from Pacifica; Two copies of Pacifica.
1959
132 2
'The Wolfer'
Manuscript. Tearsheets from Harpers.
1959
132 3
'Carrion Springs'
Manuscript draft pages with notes.
132 4-6
'Carrion Springs'
Manuscript; Partial film script; Screenplay: 'Winter of the Wolves,' written by Nancy Trites Botkin from Stegner’s story.
1989
132 7
'Angle of Repose'
In McCall’s; Tearsheets, photocopy of story, photocopy of manuscript.
1971
132 8
Scholastic Scope, Three Stories by Wallace Stegner
'Chip Off the Old Block,' 'The Foreigner,' 'In the Twilight'
1984
Articles
Box Folder
133 1
The Man Who Was Born Too Late
In The Daily Iowan
1930
133 2
A Track in the Snow
In The Daily Iowan
1931
133 3
A Forgotten Western Nature Writer
In Proceedings of Utah Academy of Sciences.
1937
133 4
Can Teachers Be Writers?
In Intermountain Review, tearsheets, p. 1, 3
1937
133 5
C. E. Dutton–Explorer, Geologist, Nature Writer
Reprint from The Scientific Monthly.
1937
133 6
What Is It?; My Great Grandmother’s Cow
In The Writer, p. 342-344; Tearsheets. Redbook Manuscript.
1937-1938
133 7
The Trail of the Hawkeye; Forgive Us Our Neuroses
In The Saturday Review of Literature; In Rocky Mountain Review
1938
133 8
Regionalism in Art
In The Delphian Quarterly; Tearsheets.
1939
133 9
A Decade of Regional Publishing
In Publisher’s Weekly; Tearsheets
1939
133 10
Publishing in the Provinces
In Delphian Quarterly
1939
133 11
A Democracy Built on Quicksand
In Delphian Quarterly
1939
133 12
Diagnosis and Prognosis
In Delphian Quarterly
1940
133 13
Truth and Faking
In The Writer
1940
133 14
The Painless Pedestrian
In The Tourists Calendar
1940
133 15
Writers’ Conference in the Rocky Mountains
In Providence Journal
1941
133 16
The Tourist Revolution
In Delphian Quarterly
1941
133 17
The Making of Fiction
In Rocky Mountain Review
1941
133 18
The Colleges in Wartime
In Delphian Quarterly
1942
133 19
The Shaping of Experience
In The Writer
1942
133 20
The Little Man With the Purchasing Power
In Delphian Quarterly
1942
133 21
The Naturalization of an Idea
In Delphian Quarterly
1942
133 22
Is the Novel Done For?
In Harper’s
1942
133 23
The Co-ops in Crisis; Advise to a Young Writing Man
In Delphian Quarterly; In PRO TEM, Vol. 1, No. 3
1943
133 24
The Cooperatives and the Peace
In Delphian Quarterly
1943
133 25
Get Out of That Story
In The Writer
1943
133 26
Who Persecutes Boston?
In The Atlantic; Tearsheets, photocopy, two letters, news clippings.
1944
133 27
In America You Say It With Flowers
In Common Ground
1945
133 28
The Nisei Come Home
In New Republic
1945
133 29
They Came to Pick Crops
In Ammunition
1945
133 30
Jews are the Most Misunderstood Minority
In Glamour
1946
133 31
One Man’s Rediscovery of America
In Saturday Review
1946
133 32
I Dreamed I Saw Joe Hill Last Night
In The Pacific Spectator
1947
133 33
Four Hundred Families Plan a House
In ‘47 Magazine
1947
133 34
The Fretful Porcupine
In ‘47 Magazine
1947
133 35
Packhorse Paradise
In The Atlantic Monthly
1947
133 36
Backroads River
In Atlantic
1948
133 37
Joe Hill: The Wobblies Troubadour; The Case of Joe Hill
In New Republic; manuscripts, galleys.
1948
133 38
Joe Hill: IWW Martyr Defended
Manuscript.
133 39
Joe Hill: The Wobblies Troubadour
News clippings
1948
133 40
Correspondence: Joe Hill
In New Republic
1948
133 41
New Climates for the Writer
In New York Times, Book Review
1948
133 42
Meeting Crisis With Understanding: UNESCO
In Pacific Spectator
1948
133 43
Pattern for Demagogues
In Pacific Spectator; Manuscript, notes, tearsheets, galleys. Review.
1948
133 44-45
Utah; Utah’s Centennial Celebration; The City of the Saints
Manuscripts and correspondence.
1948
133 46
The Anxious Generation
In The English Journal; In The College Journal.
1949
133 47
Jack Sumner and John Wesley Powell
In The Colorado Magazine
1947
133 48
A Problem in Fiction
In The Pacific Spectator
1949
133 49
Navajo Rodeo
In Woman’s Day
1949
133 50
North of the Border
In The Reporter
1949
134 1
What Do They Do All Winter?
In Woman’s Day
1950
134 2
Variations on a Theme by Conrad
In Yale Review
1950
134 3
The Teaching and Study of Writing
In Western Review
1950
134 4
Fiction: A Lens on Life
In Saturday Review; Published separately by Viking 1960.
1950
134 5
Writing as Graduate Study
In Collage English
1950
134 6
Adventures with Trinket
In Woman’s Day
1950
134 7
Backroads of the American West
In Tomorrow; Originally titled Paseo by the Back Roads.
1950
134 8
Back Roads Pieces: Utah
Two drafts, note from Mary Stegner.
1950
134 9
Back Roads Pieces: The Primitive San Juan
1950
134 10
Back Roads Pieces: Death Valley
1950
134 11
Back Roads Pieces: Deseret Diary
1950
134 12
'Wallace Stegner' in New York Herald Tribune Book Review
1950
134 13
Cairo, 1950
In Pacific Spectator
1951
134 14
Asian Literary Articles
In The Indian PEN
1951
134 15
India: Crowds, Resignation, and the Cominform Line
In The Reporter
1951
134 16
Renaissance in Many Tongues
In Saturday Review
1951
134 17
Literary Lessons Out of Asia
In The Pacific Spctator
1951
134 18
The Timid Ambassador
In The Reporter
1951
134 19
The Land of Enchantment; Workshops for Writers
In Woman’s Day; in Today
1952
134 20
Powell and the Names on the Plateau
In Western Humanities Review
1953
134 21
One-Fourth of a Nation: Public Lands and Itching Fingers
In The Reporter
1953
134 22
Confessions of a Literary Wet Nurse
In Woman’s Day
134 23
Everybody Wants to Write
1953-1954
134 24
Battle for the Wilderness
In The New Republic
1954
134 25
We Are Destroying Our National Parks
In Sports Illustrated
1955
134 26-27
Queen of the Salmon Rivers
In Sports Illustrated; Research materials, manuscript, tearsheets. Correspondence
1954
134 28
Quiet Earth, Big Sky
In American Heritage
1955
134 29
What Besides Talent?
In Author and Journalist
1956
134 30-31
America’s Mightiest Playground
In Holiday
1956
134 32
Ordeal by Handcart; the Mormon Trek
1956
134 33
Quiet Earth, Big Sky
In Saskatchewan History
1956
135 1
Careful Young Men
In Nation
1957
135 2
Trips O’er Colorful Utah’s Highways
In The Deseret News
1957
135 3-4
The World’s Strangest Sea
In Holiday; Manuscript drafts, tearsheets. Article also published in Greek, copy included; Correspondence; Research material, notes.
1956-1957
135 5
A Love Affair with the Heber Valley, U. S. A.
In Vogue
1958
135 6
One Way to Spell Man
In Saturday Review
1958
135 7
The Mounties at Fort Walsh
In Atlantic; Tearsheets, photocopy of article, Seventh Cavalry Memorial Association pamphlet.
1958
135 8
The Making of Paths
In The New Yorker
1958
135 9
The American Student–A Teacher’s View
In Saturday Review
1958
135 10
Sensibility and Intelligence
In Saturday Review
1958
135 11
Big Bay Boom in Little Magazines
In Saturday Review
1958
135 12
The West Coast, a Region with a View
In Saturday Review
1959
135 13
The Town Dump
In Atlantic
1959
135 14
To a Young Writer
In Atlantic
1959
135 15
Robert Frost: A Lover’s Quarrel with the World
In Stanford Today
1961
135 16
Our Saddest War
In Coronet
1961
135 17
Corsica Out of Season
In Harper’s
1961
135 18
A Dedication to the Memory of John Wesley Powell
In Arizona and the West
1962
135 19
University and the Creative Arts
In Arts in Society
1963
135 20
Born a Square: the Westerner’s Dilemma
In Atlantic
1964
135 21
Quiet Crisis or Lost Cause
In The Saturday Review
1964
135 22
The Clouded Skies of Lotus Land
In Challenges and Choices section of Post Dispatch
1965
135 23
Goodbye to All T– –T
In Atlantic
1965
135 24
What Ever Happened to the Great Outdoors?
In Saturday Review
1965
135 25
On the Writing of History
In American West
1965
135 26-27
On the Writing of History
In American West; Copy of magazine; Keepsake Reprints.
1965
135 28
Correctness and Communication
In Dialog
1965
135 29
Myths of the Western Dam
In Saturday Review
1965
135 30
Lake Powell
In Holiday
1966
135 31
To Save Grand Canyon
In Saturday Review
1966
136 1-2
Last Chance for the Everglades
In Saturday Review; Manuscript draft, magazine; Research notebook on Everglades.
1967
136 3
Class of ‘67: The Gentle Desperadoes
In Nation
1967
136 4
Hard Experience Talking
In Saturday Review
1967
136 5
The Last of the Silence
Possibly published as 'Legislating to Save the Land.'
1967
136 6
The People Against the American Continent
In Vermont History
1967
136 7
For Their Own Sake and Ours
In American West Review
1967
136 8
California: The Experimental Society
In Saturday Review
1967
136 9
Commentary: A Matter of Continuity
In American West Review
1967
136 10-11
Discovery! The Story of Aramco Then!
136 12
The Book and the Great Community
In Library Journal; From the University of Utah Library Dedication Exercises. Manuscript, Keepsake reprint.
1968
136 13-15
Discovery! The Story of Aramco Then!
In Aramco World
1968-1970
136 16
Conservation Equals Survival
In American Heritage
1969
136 17
East Palo Alto
In Saturday Review
1970
136 18
We Have Met the Enemy and He Is Us
In Life
1970
136 19
Bernard DeVoto and the Mormons: Three Letters
In Dialogue, A Journal of Mormon Thought
1971
136 20
Last Exit to America
In Esquire
1972
136 21
Thoughts in a Dry Land
In Westways
1972
137 1
Walter Clark’s Frontier
In Atlantic
1973
137 2
Historian by Serendipity
In American Heritage
1973
137 3
The Coast of Oregon
In Travel and Leisure
1973
137 4
That New Man, The American
In The Stanford Magazine
1973
137 5
DeVoto’s Western Adventures
In The American West
1973
137 6
The Great Amazonian Plain
In Travel and Leisure
1974
137 7
Letter from Canada
In The American West
1974
137 8
The Provincial Consciousness
In University of Toronto Quarterly
1974
137 9
The Indians of Otavalo
In Travel and Leisure
1974
137 10
I Sing of America West
In Holiday
1975
137 11
Down Among the Archives
In The Imprint
1975
137 12
Bread Loaf in the ‘40s
In Middlebury
1975
137 13
Depression Pop
In Esquire
1975
137 14
The Writers Sense of Place
In South Dakota Review
1975
137 15
2026: The Next Fifty Years
Comment by Wallace Stegner in Western’s World
1976
137 16
The Writer and the Concept of Adulthood
In Daedalus
1976
137 17
A Desert Shelf
In Westways
1977
137 18
How to be an Accessory Before the Fact
In Palo Alto Times
1977
137 19
The Land is ours Forever. Do We Really Take Time to Think of Its Future?; Stegner on the Literary Life
In The Stanford Observer
1977
138 1-3
Rocky Mountain Country
By Wallace and Page Stegner; In The Atlantic; Manuscript; Two research notebooks. Butte Local Development Corporation letters.
138 4
The Scientist as Artist: Clarence E. Dutton
In The American West
1978
138 5
Getting to Know the National Domain
In American Heritage
1979
138 6
Regionalism: No and Yes
In New America
1979
138 7
Northeast Kingdom
In Country Journal
1979
138 8
Remnants
In Country Journal
1979
138 9
Bernard DeVoto
Memoir for Harpers; See also: Harpers correspondence, December 23, 1980, Bx 35, Fd 10
138 10
Crow Country
In Country Journal
1980
138 11
The Geography of Hope and Wilderness Letter
In The Living Wilderness
1980
138 12
Breaking a New York Monopoly on Books
In Palo Alto Weekly
1980
139 1
Will Reagan Ride With the Raiders
In Washington Post, Inaugural Edition
1981
139 2
By Chaos Out of Dream
In American Heritage
1981
139 3
Xanadu by the Salt Flats
In American Heritage
1981
139 4
Land: America’s History Teacher
In Living Wilderness
1981
139 5-7
If the Sagebrush Rebels Win, Everybody Loses
In Living Wildernes; Manuscript drafts, notes.
1981
139 8
Westword
In New West
1981
139 9
Lost Horizons
In New West
1981
139 10
The Call of the Wild
In New West
1981
139 11
Apples and Oranges
In New West
1981
139 12
Water Warnings, Water Futures
In Plateau
1981
139 13
Down the Upper Mississippi
In Country Journal
1981
139 14
The High Plateaus
In Sierra
1981
139 15
California Rising
In California
1981
139 16
George R. Stewart, Western Writer
In American West
1982
139 17
The Best Idea We Ever Had
In Wilderness
1983
140 1
Ansel Adams and the Search for Perfection
In Arizona Highways
1984
140 2
Owen Wister: Creator of the Cowboy Myth
In American West
1984
140 3
Strange Encounter
In California Living;Also published in The San Francisco Examiner and Chronicle.
1984
140 4
Claiming Our Cultural Heritage
In Nebraska Humanist
1985
140 5
Living on Our Principal
In Wilderness
1985
140 6
Rivers of My Mind
In Great Escapes
1985
140 7
Bernard DeVoto
In Western American Literature
1985
140 8
The Power of Homely Detail
In American Heritage
1985
140 9
The Scandinavians Among Us
In Reader’s Digest
1985
140 10
Passing Farms, Enduring Values
In The Californian
1985
140 11
Water in the West: Growing Beyond Nature’s Limits
In Los Angeles Times; Also published as 'Development of the West: America’s Original Sin' in Sunday Journal-Star,
1985-1986
140 12
Vision of Light
In Art and Antiques
1987
140 13
The Function of Aridity
In Wilderness
1987
140 14
Who Are the Westerners?
In American Heritage
1987
140 15
Ansel Adams Remembered
In US West
1988
140 16
Harriet Doerr
In Esquire
1988
140 17
Letter Much Too Late
In Family Portraits
1988
140 18
National Forests
In Los Angeles Times Opinion
1988
140 19
Wallace Stegner’s Favorite Place
In Ford Times
1988
140 20
Crossing into Eden
In Ford Times
1989
140 21
Our Common Domain
In Sierra
1989
Articles, "A" to "N"
Box Folder
141 1-2
Growing Up Western
Correspondence; Review; Manuscript drafts, sample copy of book.
1987-1993
141 3
It All Began With Conservation
In Smithsonian
1990
141 4
Needs Title
In Western Living
1990
141 5
The New Literary Frontier
In San Francisco Examiner; and 'Out Where the Sense of Place is a Sense of Motion' in Los Angeles Times.
1990
141 6
My Country Childhood
In Countryside
1991
141 7
The Winter of Our Content
In Life
1991
141 8
Yosemite’s Future
In American Way; Manuscript and photocopy, notes from telephone interviews. Correspondence, expenses.
1991
141 9
America’s West: After the Mirages, Hopeful Realism
In International Herald Tribune
1992
141 10
Getting to the Heart of the American Family
In Life
1992
141 11
Land of Hope, Land of Ruin
In Peninsula Times Tribune
1992
141 12-13
Mission of Peace
In American Way; Magazine, galleys, drafts; Correspondenc; Research material and notes.
1992
141 14
Padres and People of Old San Antonio Mission
By Beatrice Casey
1992
141 15
Now, If I Ruled the World
In Sierra
1992
Articles, "S" to "W"
Articles in folders 1-11 were published in years 1992-1993 as indicated. Articles in folders 12-14 were published but no publication date is included.
Box Folder
142 1-6
Sailing the Royal Scotsman
In American Way; Manuscript drafts; Abercrombie and Kent Information Packet; Maps of Scotland and Great Britain; Scotland information, newspaper clippings; Brochures
142 7
The Sense of Place
In Country Life
1992
142 8
Wallace Stegner on Bughouse Philosophers; The West: His Home of Every-Springing Hope
In San Francisco Review of Books
142 9
Where the Bluebird Sings
In American Way
1992
142 10-11
Empire Mine Jump
In Architectural Digest; Notes, research material; Manuscript, first proof.
1993
142 12
Stanford; Normalcy Clinic; Letter of the Week
Three articles, tearsheets
142 13
Foothill Life Under Threat; The Revolving Bookstand
Two articles, tearsheets.
142 14
Matanuska Plan: American Dream Cut to Different Pattern, Co-operation Basis of Workable Democracy
News clipping, photocopy.
Contributions To and Edited By Stegner
Stegner contributed written pieces such as chapters, introductions, forewards to various projects and served as editor for several publications during his career. These efforts ranged from a brief introduction or foreward to a publication to the editing of a complete book such as his collection of the letters of Bernard DeVoto.
Box Folder
143 1
Best American Short Stories
Publicity release.
1942
143 2
Look at America
Introduction manuscript, outlines. Advertisement.
1947
143 3
Look at America
Reviews
1947-1948
143 4
Best American Short Stories
Review.
1948
143 5
Western Record and Romance
In Literary History of the United States; Manuscript for chapter 7; editorial comment.
1945-1948
143 6
Manuscript by George R. Stewart, 'The West as Seen from the East'
Correspondence with Stewart.
1945
143 7-8
Western Record and Romance
Correspondence; Information for Contributors; Encyclopedia Britannica Library Research Report; Review.
1943-1949
143 10
The Radio Priest and His Flock
In Aspirin Age
1949
143 11
Writers’ Art
Tearsheets, 'Makers of Fiction.'
1950
143 12
Writers’ Art
Outlines.
1950
143 13
Writers’ Art
Manuscripts: 'The Portable Phonograph,' by Walter Van Tilburg Clark; 'Rest Camp on Maui' by Eugene Burdick; 'The Lost Boy.'
1950
143 14
Writers’ Art
Manuscripts: 'Comment on Ivy Day in the Committee Room'; 'The Matron of Ephesus,' by Caius Petronius with Analysis; 'In Exile,' with comment.
1950
143 15
Writers’ Art
Manuscripts: 'On the Way' with comment. Comment on 'At the Bay.'
1950
143 16
Writers’ Art
Galleys: 'Home is a place' by Bessie Breuer, 'A Problem in Fiction,' by Wallace Stegner.
1950
143 17
Writers’ Art
Correspondence.
1949-1950
143 18
Best American Short Stories
Review.
1952
143 19
Everything Potent is Dangerous
In This I Believe
1952
143 20
The Sound of Mountain Water
For Standard Oil Company's Western Scenes Giveaway; Manuscript
1954
143 21
Stanford Short Stories
Reviews.
1955
143 22
This Is Dinosaur
Foreward.
143 23
This Is Dinosaur
Dinosaur or White Elephant manuscript.
143 24
This Is Dinosaur
The Marks of Human Passage, first and second drafts. Tearsheets.
143 25
This Is Dinosaur
Manuscript: The Natural World of Dinosaur
143 26
This Is Dinosaur
Fast Water and Slow Women by Otis Marston.
143 27
This Is Dinosaur
The National Park Idea, by Alfred A. Knopf.
143 28
This Is Dinosaur
Archaeology, by Robert H. Lister, first and second drafts.
Contributor and Editor, This Is Dinosaur
Box Folder
144 1
So You Are Going to Try Dinosaur
By David Bradley; First, Second, Third Drafts.
144 2
Geological Exhibit
By Eliot Blackwelder; First, Second, Final Drafts.
144 3
Outline and Cover Letter Sent to Contributors
144 4
Contributors
144 5
Correspondence
With General Services Administration, National Archives and Record Service.
1954-1955
144 6
General Business
U.S. Geological Survey, Air Express receipt, Utah Field House of Natural History in Vernal, Utah.
1954-1955
144 7
Dinosaur National Monument Council
Trustees for Conservation; Correspondence.
1956
144 8
General Correspondence
1954-1956
144 9
Mark Harvey Correspondence
1985, 1989
144 10
Robert H. Lister Correspondence
1954-1955
144 11
Otis Marston Correspondence
1954-1955
144 12
David R. Brower Correspondence
Sierra Club.
1954-1955
144 13
Joseph W. Penfold Correspondence
1955
144 14
Harry B. Robinson Correspondence
National Park Service.
1954-1955
144 15
A Book Designed to Save a National Park
By Frederick Rinehart
144 16
Dam in the Dinosaur
By Samuel W. Taylor
144 17
Geology of Green and Yampa River Canyons and Vicinity
By G. E. Untermann and B. R. Untermann.
144 18
Interview with Wallace Stegner
Transcript.
144 19
Colorado River News and Pacific Discovery
1954
144 20
Utah Wildlife Federation
Typescript of article in the Williams News
1956
144 21
Policy on National Shrines
1956
144 22
Notes on 'Dams in the Dinosaur,'
Also Sierra Club releases: 'Colorado River Unit Hikes Publicity Outlay' and 'Sierra Club Issues New Warning on Dinosaur Project.'
1954
144 23
Statement from U. S. Senator Thomas H. Kuchel
Notes on Meeting of Colorado Water Conservation Board
1954
144 24
Statement by the President
Is Dinosaur National Monument Needed for Power?
1954
144 25
Order Recalculation of Upper Colorado Evaporation Data
Current Reclamation arguments and some counterarguments'; 'The CBS Colorado River Report'
1954
144 26
Notes from the Denver Post
1954
144 27
Statements by David R. Brower
'Preserving Dinosaur National Monument Unimpaired' and 'Are Some of Our National Parks in Danger of Being Flooded?'
1954
144 28
Statement in Support of Dinosaur National Monument
By David R. Brower.
1955
144 29
Letters Distributed by the Sierra Club
1954
144 30
Photocopies of News Clippings
1954
144 31
Statements presented by David R. Brower
'Water, Power, and Parks' with transcript of question period; 'The Preservation of Scenic Resources in Columbia Basin Water Development.'
144 32
House of Representatives 83rd Congress Report No. 1774
Also Sierra Club Bulletin, 1954 and 'Senate Hearings on the Upper Colorado River Storage Project.'
1954
144 33
'Dinosaur, Parks, and Dams' by David Brower
'Hetch Hetchy–Once is Too Often,' by Robert K. Cutter; 'Don’t Dam the National Park System'
1954
144 34
Shooting Rapids in Dinosaur Country
In National Geographic
1954
144 35
Reviews of This Is Dinosaur
Contributor/Editor
Box Folder
145 1-5
Field Guide to the Western Birds
Manuscript Draft; Review.
1956
145 6
Exploration of the Colorado River
Reviews
1957-1958
145 7-8
Great American Short Stories
Introduction, manuscript drafts; Outlines.
1957
145 9
'Owen Wister' in Dictionary of American Biography
Manuscript, notes.
145 10
Stanford Short Stories Preface, Volume 12
Manuscript drafts.
1958
145 11
Selected American Prose
'Introduction' manuscript, photocopy of published Introduction; Notes, outlines.
1958
145 12
Selected American Prose
Typescript of three Mary Hallocke Foote letters. And 'Rise of the Short Story,' by Bret Harte.
1958
145 13
Selected American Prose
Correspondence.
1956-1957
145 14
'John Wesley Powell' for Collier’s Encyclopedia
Manuscript.
1959
145 15
'Benny DeVoto’s America' in The Papers of Bernard DeVoto
Copy of publication.
1960
145 16
Prize Stories
Photocopy of Introduction, 'Small Handful of the Superb,' by Granville Hicks; Reviews.
1960
145 17
Prize Stories
'A Los Altos Postman Deserves a First Copy of Prize Stories' by Mary Stegner.
1960
145 18
The Outcasts of Poker Flat
Stegner’s Introduction to writings of Bret Harte. Includes Stegner’s manuscript, Table of Contents, photocopy of Introduction. See also New American Library of World Literature.
1961
145 19
A Bibliography of the Writings of Bernard DeVoto
'Benny DeVoto’s America' Introduction by Wallace Stegner. Galleys; (Originally a tribute to exhibition and The Papers of Barnard DeVoto.)
1962
145 20
The Peninsula
Introduction.
1962
145 21
Report on the Lands of the Arid Region of the United States
Reprint of Introduction, notes, photocopy of Powell’s 'Irrigable Lands of the Arid Region'.
1962
146 1
The Great Mountains
In American Heritage Book of Natural Wonders; Manuscript, galleys; notes from U. S. Forest Service; Four Portraits and One Subject: Bernard DeVoto, review.
1963
146 2
Modern Composition
Prospectus for a Series of Composition Texts by Edwin H. Sauer.
146 3-7
Modern Composition
Outlines for Books 1, 2, 3, and 6; Introduction, organizational charts, agendas, and recommendations.
146 8
Modern Composition
Manuscript draft.
146 9
Modern Composition
Students’ Handbook for The Study of Literature.
146 10
American Literary Masters
Introduction to Theodore Dreiser; manuscript, editing copy.
1965
146 11
American Literary Masters
Introduction to Thomas Wolfe; manuscript, editing copy.
1965
146 12
American Literary Masters
Preface
1965
146 13
American Literary Masters
Correspondence
1963-1064
146 14-19
The American Novel from James Fenimore Cooper to William Faulkner
Correspondence; Introduction manuscript.
1961-1965
146 20
Willa Cather: My Antonia, by Wallace Stegner
Published in The American Novel from James Fenimore Cooper to William Faulkner.
146 21
Franklin Walker’s manuscript on Martin Eden by Jack London
146 22
Claude M. Simpson’s manuscripts
Miss Ravenel’s Conversion, by John W. DeForest and Sister Carrie, by Theodore Dreiser.
146 23
Carvel Collins editing copy
McTeague: A Story of San Francisco by Frank Norris and The Sound and the Fury by William Faulkner
146 24
Publicity and review
1965
146 25
How Near Is the Morning
By William Brandon; with an appreciation by Wallace Stegner in The American West
1965
146 26
California
In California the Dynamic State
1966
146 27
Twenty Years of Stanford Short Stories
1966
147 1
Professor O’Connor at Stanford
In Michael/Frank
1969
147 2
Anton Chekhov essay
In Atlantic Brief Lives
1968-1970
147 3
Wallace Stegner on Glenway Wescott’s Goodbye Wisconsin
In Rediscoveries; Copy of article; correspondence.
1968-1970
147 4
My Dear Wister
Manuscript
1972
147 5
Ansel Adams: Images
Handwritten copy; manuscript, first revision.
1974
147 6
Ansel Adams: Images
Manuscript drafts.
1974
147 7
Ansel Adams: Images
Ansel Adams and the Search for Perfection
1974
147 8-9
Ansel Adams: Images
Notes for Foreward.
147 10
Ansel Adams: Images
Notebook.
1974
147 11
Conversations with Frederick Manfred
Foreward, manuscript, tearsheets.
1974
147 12
'On the Writing of History' in Western Writing
1974
Contributor/Editor, The Letters of Bernard DeVoto
1975
Box Folder
148 1
Title Page, Table of Contents draft.
148 2
Self Scrutiny
148 3
Letters on Education
148 4
The Mark Twain Estate and the Limits of Patience
148 5
Controversies, Squabbles, Disagreements
148 6
Certain Inalienable Rights
148 7
The Literary Life
148 8
On the Writing of History
148 9
The Nature and Nurture of Fiction
148 10
Conservation and the Public Domain
148 11-16
Editing Copy
149 1-4
Editing Copy, continued
149 5
Foundry Proof
149 6
Final Galley
150 1-27
Copies of Letters Written by DeVoto
1922-1955
150 28
Devoto Letters–Check List
Mary’s Notes.
1971
150 29-30
Stegner’s Notes
150 31
Correspondence
1975
150 32
Book Cover
1975
150 33
Reviews
1975-1976
Contributor/Editor
Box Folder
151 1
Sierra Club Calender
Manuscript Introduction.
1976
151 2
The Tertiary History of the Grand Canyon District
Manuscript.
151 3
Life on Two Levels
Manuscript, photocopies of Introduction.
151 4
A Frontier Christmas
In Christmas Treasury; Manuscript.
1979
151 5-8
The Oregon Trail . . . Road to Destiny
In Trails West; manuscript, galleys, research notes, expenses, and correspondence regarding research.
1979
151 9-10
It is the Love of Books I Owe Them
In Remembering; manuscript, correspondence, jacket design layout; book.
1981
151 11
Leo Holub: Photographer
Manuscript drafts; letter from Linda Evans, President of Art Programs, Inc.
1982
151 12
Names on the Land
Manuscript, 'George R. Stewart and the American Land.'
151 13
Sierra Club Legal Defense Fund
Annual Report with comment by Wallace Stegner.
1982
152 1
Storm
Introduction
1983
152 2
Miraculous Instants of Light
Ansel Adams Tribute Book.
152 3
Flight
Afterword; Reviews.
1984
152 4
Memo to the Mountain Lion
Manuscript, newspaper clipping, correspondence.
1984-1988
152 5
Passing Farms: Enduring Values
Manuscript, galleys.
1984
152 6
Passing Farms: Enduring Values
Correspondence and project proposal.
1981-1984
152 7
The Wilder Shore
Photocopy of introduction from book; manuscript photocopy.
1984
152 8
Quiet Earth, Big Sky
In A Sense of History
1985
152 9
Page from Beyond the Hundredth Meridan
In Themes and Variations
1985
152 10
This Is Dinosaur
Foreward to the New Editio; manuscript.n
1985
152 11
Exploration of the Colorado River
Introduction
1987
152 12
La Citta Del Vivere
In Stilema; copy of booklet; Italian.
1987
152 13
Alcatraz
Book with Foreward by Stegner.
1988
152 14-15
Ansel Adams: Letters and Images
Manuscript draft; correspondence
1987-1988
152 16
Introduction regarding Ansel Adams
Author unknown.
152 17
The Stanford Centennial, A Little World or The Uncommon Touch
Manuscript copies of Foreward and Introduction.
1988
152 18
That Great Falls Year
In Montana Spaces
1988
152 19
Greensboro History
Foreward manuscript. Correspondence.
1989
152 20
Saving Our Ancient Forests
Promotion quote for book. Manuscript page.
1990
152 21
Letter to Wendell Berry
Manuscript. Correspondence.
1991
152 22
Qualified Homage to Thoreau
In Heaven Is Under Our Feet: A book for Walden Woods.
1991
152 23
If I Ruled the World. . .
Proof of article contributed
1992
152 24
Mormon Country Calendar
Galleys. Published by Browntrout.
1994
152 25
History of a Handmade Kind
In The Californian
1996
152 26
Utah, Images of the Landscape
Foreward manuscript.
Unpublished/Untitled Manuscripts
Box Folder
153 1
Book-in-Progress
Author’s Note, Outline, Synopsis
153 2-9
Book-in-Progress Manuscript
153 10
Clergyman in a Cravat Bandage
153 11
Crossing Nevada 1957
Article by Stegner includes proposal for future efforts.
153 12
Don’t Waste Any Time Mourning
Manuscript about Joe Hill.
153 13
Draft for Earthquake Article
Manuscript with notations. Note from Mary.
1969
153 14
Eugene 'Bud' Burdick
An Introduction or a biographical sketch.
153 15
Four Faces of Ecuador: Cuenca
Four Faces of Ecuador: Finca on the Esmeraldas; Five Faces of Ecuador: the Paramo
153 16
A Garden Made for Snow
By Wallace Stegner; manuscript draft with notations; also notes by Mary Stegner.
1950; 2000
153 17
The Gentleman’s Not for Frying
By Wallace Stegner; two manuscript drafts.
153 18
Homecoming
Manuscript.
153 19
The Law of Nature and the Dream of Man, Ruminations on the Art of Fiction
Two drafts.
153 20
Foreward to Zeese Papanikolas Biography of Louis Tikas
153 21
My Best Salaams to Simin Dane Shvar
Manuscript.
153 22
Record of Trip Around the World
Manuscript with note from Mary Stegner.
153 23
Unpublished Manuscript, 'Requiem for a Former Hero'
(Say It Isn’t So, Joe).
153 24
Foreward: Ross Toole Festschrift
153 25
Untitled Article on San Francisco Area Culture
153 26
Sea Fever: An Autopsy
Manuscript.
153 27
Stuffed Eagle
Manuscript.
153 28
Unpublished Manuscript
'Two hundred years ago 96% of Americans were farmers'; Includes note from Mary.
153 29
Wilbur Schramm Manuscript
Stegner’s recollections of his friend.
153 30
Workin’ on the Railrud
Manuscript.
153 31
Untitled Manuscript–James Watt
Published in California Magazine? Two drafts.
153 32
Untitled Short Story Manuscript, Berkeley Setting
153 33
Untitled Story Manuscript
Two drafts, notes from Mary.
153 34-35
Untitled Story Written in Greensboro, Vermont
Early draft and revised draft.
153 36
Untitled Manuscript, Response to Granville Hicks on Criticism
Notes regarding Pacific Grove.
153 37
Notes Defining History
153 38-39
Untitled Notes, Manuscript Pages
Book Reviews by Wallace Stegner
Box Folder
154 1
American Years, Free Land, and What People Said
'Chronicles of the West,' review by Stegner.
1938
154 2
Forgive Us Our Virtues, by Vardis Fisher
'Forgive Us Our Neuroses,' review by Stegner.
1938
154 3
Wind Without Rain, by Ralph Bates
'A Strong Novel of the Minnesota Land,' review by Stegner.
1939
154 4
The Great Salt Lake
By Dale Morgan
1947
154 5
Across the Wide Missouri
By Bernard DeVoto
1948
154 6
Fundamentals of Good Writing
'The Art of the Right Word,' review by Stegner.
1950
154 7
The View From Pompey’s Head
1954
154 8
The Last Hunt
'The Book Parade,' review by Stegner.
1955
154 9
The Years of the City, by George R. Stewart
'The Violent Life and Death of a Mythical Town,' review by Stegner.
154 10
David Harum
1957
154 11
The Local Colorists, Edited by Claude M. Simpson
'Tales That Grew by the Village Green,' review by Stegner.
1960
154 12
Mark Twain and Southwestern Humor
'The Celebrated Jumping Freud,' review by Stegner.
1960
154 13
Great Surveys of the American West
1962
154 14
Stanford Mosaic
Edited by Edith Mirrielees
1962
154 15
California Going, Going . . .
'Megalopolis and the Country All Around,' review by Stegner.
1963
154 16
The Politics of Conservation
'Legislating to Save the Land,' review by Stegner.
1967
154 17
Americans and the California Dream
'California’s Journey Toward Identity,' review by Stegner.
1973
154 18
California: An Illustrated History, by T. H. Watkins
Americans and the California Dream: 1850-1915, by Kevin Starr; 'California: Land of Dreams, Promises and Progress,'is Stegner’s review of the two books.
1973
154 19
Walter van Tilburg Clark
'Walter Clark’s Frontier,' Stegner’s review of Max Westbrook’s book.
1973
154 20
Leonard Arrington’s Manuscript, David Eccles Family
1973
154 21
Something Happened . . .
By Joseph Heller
1974
154 22
Crooked Road: A History of the Alaska Highway
'A Footnote to the American Dream,' review by Stegner.
1977
154 23
The Scientist as Artist: Clarenece E. Dutton and the Tertiary History of the Grand Canon District
1978
154 24
Corridors of Time: 1,700,000,000 Years of Earth ar the Grand Canyon
By Ron Redfern; 'Panoramic Splendor in the Grand Canyon,' review by Stegner
1980
154 25
The Ranchers, A Book of Generations
'Wallace Stegner on the Demise of Ranching.'
1981
154 26
A River No More . . .
By Philip L. Fradkin; 'Running Dry,' review by Stegner.
1981
154 27
Speaking for Nature. . .
By Paul Brooks; 'Writing for Nature–A Peculiarly American Tradition,' Stegner’s review.
1981
154 28
Progress and Privilege: America in the Age of Environmentalism
'Regress and Pillage,' review by Stegner.
1982
154 29
In Suspect Terrain by John McPhee
1983
154 30
In the Spirit of Crazy Horse by Peter Matthiessen
'The Secrets of Wounded Knee' review by Stegner.
1983
154 31
The True Adventures of John Steinbeck, Writer
1984
154 32
Inventing the Dream, by Kevin Starr
'A Little Bit of Heaven With Good P.R.'
1985
154 33
Fool’s Crow by James Welch; Red Earth, White Earth by Will Weaver; The Indian Voice, review by Stegner
1987-1988
154 34
Breathing Lessons, by Ann Tyler
'The Meddler’s Progress' review by Stegner.
1988
154 35
Ansel Adams: The American Wilderness
'A Passionate World of Black and White,' review by Stegner.
1991
154 36
Balancing Acts by Edward Hoagland
'Off the Road Again,' review by Stegner.
1992
154 37
Billie Dyer and Other Stories by William Maxwell
'Going Home Again,' review by Stegner.
154 38
Ansel Adams: An Autobiography
Review manuscript.
154 39
The Body’s Rapture
Great Novel of an Exalting Experience Leaves Doubt, review by Stegner.
154 40
The Complete Short Stories of Mark Twain, Edited by Charles Neider
154 41
Desert Saints by Nels Anderson
One of the Great Stories of the West, review by Stegner.
154 42
The Fur Hunters of the Far West
154 43
Giants in the Earth by O. E. Rolvaag
Review manuscript.
154 44
The Moon is Down by John Steinbeck
154 45
One Man’s Montana
Pure Wild Wool in His Yarns, review by Stegner.
154 46
The Rhetoric of Fiction by Wayne C. Booth
154 47
Rivers of Empire. . . by Donald Worster
154 48
Slickrock by Edward Abbey and Philip Hyde
154 49
The Track of the Cat by Walter van Tilburg Clark
An Affirmative Story, review by Stegner.
154 50
The Trees and others
The New Novels, review by Stegner.

IV:  Contracts, Copyrights, Permissions, and AdaptationsReturn to Top

Container(s) Description Dates
Contracts
The following subseries contain contracts for the works listed.
Box Folder
155 1
Remembering Laughter
1937
155 2
A college textbook of exposition
1938
155 3
On a Darkling Plain
1939
155 4
Fire and Ice
1940
155 5
Mormon Country
1941
155 6
Two Rivers
1942
155 7
Big Rock Candy Mountain
Readings for Citizens at War.
1943
155 8
Big Rock Candy Mountain
'Who Persecutes Boston'
155 9
Saw Gang; American Minorities, tentative title for Look; An Exposition Workshop
1945
155 10
Second Growth (Landscape with Figures); Big Rock Candy Mountain
1946
155 11
The Sweetness of the Twisted Apples; The Double Corner; Packhorse Paradise
1947
155 12
On a Darkling Plain; Big Rock Candy Mountain; Remembering Laughter
1949
155 13
The Preacher and the Slave; The Women on the Wall (The Sweetness of Twisted Apples)
1949
155 14
On a Darkling Plain
1950
155 15
The Traveler
1952
155 16
Beyond the Hundredth Meridian
1953
155 17
Review of The View from Pompey’s Head; The Blue Winged Teal; The Colt
1954
155 18
Field Guide to the Western Birds
1954
155 19
Maiden in a Tower; ARAMCO
1955
155 20
The Blue-Winged Teal; The Mormon Trek
1956
155 21
Nineteenth Century American Short Story Collection; Great American Short Stories
1957
155 22
ARAMCO
1958
155 23
A Shooting Star; The Gathering of Zion; The Dumpground
1959
155 24
Sabrina (provisionally titled novel).
1959
155 25
Introduction to A Selection of Short Stories by Bret Harte.
1960
155 26
The Women on the Wal; A Shooting Starl
1961
155 27
Wolf Willow; A Shooting Star
1962
155 28
Modern Composition
1963
155 29
Modern Composition; On a Darkling Plain
1964
155 30
Modern Composition (The Five Paragraph Theme)
1966
155 31
All the Little Live Things
1967
155 32
Chekhov; Stephen Crane; Maupassant
1968
155 33
Modern Compostion; All the Little Live Things; Six book contract
1968
155 34
Carrion Spring
1969
155 35
Angle of Repose; Letters of Bernard DeVoto
1971
155 36
Teaching the Short Story
1972
155 37
The Tension Between the Outlaw and the Law.
1974
155 38
An untitled historical novel; Angle of Repose, Opera
1975
155 39
Spectator Bird
1976
155 40
The America Book (tentative title)
1977
155 41
Wolf Willow; All the Little Live Things; The Women on the Wall
1978
155 42
USGS Article
1978
155 43
Mormon Country; Conversations with Wallace Stegner . . .; Corridors of Time
1980
155 44
Beyond the Hundredth Meridian; An untitled book of essays (One Way to Spell Man); Book review–Women in the West
1981
155 45
Involvement in the Environmental Movement interview; Genealogy article
1982
155 46
Carrion Spring
1983
155 47
Second Growth; The Scandinavians Among Us
1984
155 48
The Uneasy Chair; Introduction to Exploration of the Colorado River; Joe Hill
1985
155 49
Stewart Landscapes article.
1985
155 50
Crossing to Safety (Amicitia)
1986
155 51
The American West as Living Space; The Uneasy Chair; Wallace Stegner’s Favorite Place
1987
155 52
Carrion Spring; Ansel Adams and Northern California
1987
155 53
Article on Harriet Doerr; Carrion Spring; Crossing to Safety
1988
155 54
Contemporary Author’s Autobiography Series
1988
155 55
Collected Stories
1989
155 56
All the Little Live Things
1990
155 57
Where the Bluebird Sings to the Lemonade Springs; Beyond the Hundredth Meridian; Yosemite’s Future
1991
155 58
Mission San Antonio Di Padua; Where the Bluebird Sings to the Lemonade Springs; Sailing the Royal Scotsman
1992
155 59
Empire Mine article.
1993
Copyrights and Assignments
Box Folder
156 1
The Potter’s House
1938
156 2
The Big Rock Candy Mountain
1943, 1971
156 3
Second Growth
1947, 1974
156 4
Beyond the Hundredth Meridian
1954
156 5
Great American Short Stories
1957
156 6
Wolf Willow
1962
156 7
All the Little Live Things
1967
156 8
The Blue-Winged Teal
1971
156 9
Modern Composition
1992, 1993
156 10
Copyright Renewal Registrations
1968-1982
156 11
Remembering Laughter
1937
156 12
Goin’ to Town
1943
156 13
Who Persecutes Boston
1944
156 14
The Colt
1949
156 15
Maiden in a Tower
1955
156 16
Copyright Assignments
1956
156 17
Introduction to The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn
1960
156 18
Great American Short Stories
1961
156 19
Genesis; The Clouded Skies of Lotus Land; Down the Upper Mississippi
1961-1981
Requests for Reprints; Permissions to Quote
Box Folder
157 1-53
Requests for Reprints and Permissions to Quote
The folders in this box contain requests and permissions for reprints, quotes, and reproductions from Stegner's work. The requests are listed chronologically from 1941-2000.
1941-2000
Radio, Film, TV, and Theatre, A-N
Box Folder
158 1
American Audio Prose Library
Correspondence; Contract; Catalogue
1985-1987
158 2
American Broadcast Company
1949
158 3
Atchty Entertainment International
Correspondence
1990
158 4-5
The Audio Press
Correspondence; Catalog; Royalty Statements; 'A Sense of Place' reviews
1988-1991
158 6
Bay Area Digital, Correspondence
Advertisement, Beyond the Glass Mountain
1992
158 7
Berkley Associates
Correspondence
1967
158 8
Bill Burrud Productions
Correspondence
1971
158 9
Broadcast Music, Inc.
1954
158 10
Patricia Brown
Correspondence
1960
158 11
Cable Co-op
1990
158 12
The California Center
Correspondence
1982
158 13
Canadian Broadcasting Corporation
Correspondence
1963-1992
158 14
Kirk A. Carter
Correspondence
1995
158 15
CBS Television Network
Correspondence
1972-1980
158 16
Charles Eggert Productions
Correspondence
1955-1972
158 17
Columbia Pictures Corporation
Correspondence
1943, 1961
158 18
Compass Films
Correspondence; Regarding The Way West.
1991
158 19
CTW Productions, Inc.
Correspondence
1975
158 20
Dutcher Film Productions
Correspondence
1989
158 21
Eating of the West
Film Project
1982
158 22
Florentine Films
Correspondence
1984-1991
158 23
Florentine Films
Grant Proposal
1984
158 24
Foote, Cone and Belding
Correspondence
1968
158 25
Reeves, Todd, Ely and Beaty
Correspondence
1968
158 26
Great North Productions, Inc.
Correspondence
1990
158 27
Harvard Film Service
Correspondence
1943
158 28
Insignia Films
Correspondence
1992
158 29
Jeffrey Hayden
Correspondence; Includes script pages for Big Rock Candy Mountain.
1973-1990
158 30
Heit and Rothenberg
Regarding Jeffrey Hayden and Big Rock Candy Mountain.
1972
158 31
Jeffrey Hayden
Includes information on Willa Cather: On the Divide.
1991-1993, 1997
158 32
Keith Merrill Associates
Correspondence
1974
158 33
Korty Films, Inc.
Correspondence
1970
158 34
KPFA (FM) Radio Station
1960
158 35
KSFO
Correspondence
158 36
KQED
Correspondence
1990-1991
158 37
KVSM
Regarding One Nation.
1948
158 38
Bob Langsenkamp
Regarding grazing film project.
1982
158 39
Marjorie Leet
Correspondence
158 40
Lightbound Productions
Correspondence
1984
158 41
Pare Lorentz, Jr.
Correspondence
1968
158 42
Macam Productions Limited
Correspondence
1964
158 43
Mardi Productions (Fletcher Markle)
Correspondence
1966-1967
158 44
Heit and Rothenberg
Correspondence
1968-1969
158 45
Kopald and Mark
Correspondence
1968
158 46
Anne Matlock
Correspondence
1967
158 47
Meet the Author
Correspondence
1947
158 48
National Broadcasting Company, Inc.
Correspondence
1955
158 49
National Film Board
Correspondence
1967-1983
158 50
Harold Freedman Brandt and Brandt Dramatic Department, Inc.
Correspondence
1977-1983
158 51
Heit and Rothenberg
Correspondence
1969
158 52
Robert H. Freedman Dramatic Agency, Inc.
Correspondence
1987-1990
Radio, Film, TV, and Theatre, O-W
Box Folder
159 1
Oregon Public Broadcasting
Correspondence; Regarding Growing Up Western.
1992
159 2
A River Runs Through It
Correspondence
1992
159 3
Short Plays Theatre, Inc.
Regarding 'Remembering Laughter.'
1937
159 4
Joan Ross Sorkin
Correspondence; Regarding The Spectator Bird screenplay.
1993
159 5
Stanford Instructional Television Network
159 6
Steeplechase Films
Correspondence; Regarding The Donner Party.
1991-1993
159 7
Steeplechase Films
The Donner Party, Script
159 8-9
Stephen Fisher
Correspondence regarding 'Wilderness Journal.'
1981-1987
159 10
Stephen Fisher
General correspondence.
159 11
Stephen Fisher
Correspondence with Mary; Includes photocopy of Stegner’s handwritten draft and Mary’s notes.
1994-1995
159 12
Stephen Fisher, 'The Wild Edge'
Program information, biography of cast.
159 13-14
Stephen Fisher, The Geography of Hope
Manuscript; master version.
1990
159 15
Stephen Fisher, Wallace Stegner Documentary Script
1995
159 16
StoryLines California
1999
159 17
Tell Me a Story
Final Report; Project Director, Marjorie Leet; correspondence.
159 18
Thirteen (WNET)
Correspondence
1982
159 19
This I Believe
Correspondence
1952-1955
159 20
Town of Los Altos Hills
For Voices of America Broadcast, manuscript and correspondence.
1956
159 21
Trinity Church, Office of Video Production
Correspondenc regarding 'Writers Reading.'e
1991
159 22
Truman Van Dyke Company
Personal Release
159 23
Universal City Studios
Correspondence regarding Angle of Repose.
1971
159 24
University of Mid-America
The Great Plains Experience–A Cultural History; Evaluation, Critique of Units One and Eight by Allan G. Bogue; Commentary by Howard R. Lamar.
159 25
University of Mid-America
The Great Plains Experience–A Cultural History, Television One.
159 26
University of Mid-America
Television Two.
159 27
University of Mid-America
Television Three, The Depression.
159 28
University of Utah, Division of Continuing Education
Regarding 'Butcher Bird.'
1976
159 29
Welcome Enterprises, Inc.
Correspondence regarding All the Little Live Things.
1990
159 30
West Wind Film Group
Correspondence regarding Wolf Willow.
1973
159 31
William Peters
Correspondence
1981
159 321
Donald P. Wilson
Correspondence regarding 'Pop Goes the Alley Cat.'
1952

V:  Universities, Libraries, Museums, and AssociationsReturn to Top

Container(s) Description Dates
Universities
Box Folder
160 1
Agnes Scott College
1977-1980
160 2
University of Alabama
160 3
University of Alberta
1977-1987
160 4
Alma College
1945
160 5
American Academy in Rome
1959-1960
160 6
The American University
Washington, D.C.
1911
160 7
University of Arizona
1968-1983
160 8
Arizona State University
Regarding 'Angle of Vision.'
1985-1986
160 9
Augustana College
1934-1986
160 10
Birmingham-Southern College
1977
160 11
Boise State University
1985-1986
160 12
Bowdoin College
1960
160 13
Brigham Young University
1937, 1972
160 14
California Institute of Technology
1973
160 15
California Polytechnic State University
1988
160 16
California State College
1964-1982
160 17
California State University, San Francisco, and Sacramento
1973-1993
160 18
University of California, Berkeley
1941-1990
160 19
University of California, Davis
1968, 1986
160 20
University of California, Irvine
1989
160 21
University of California, Los Angeles
1938-1989
160 22
University of California, Riverside
1989
160 23
University of California, San Diego
1980-1981
160 24
Friends of the University of California, San Diego Library
Correspondence
1989-1990
160 25
University of California, Santa Barbara
1970-1985
160 26
University of California, Santa Cruz
1976,1992
160 27
University of Chicago
1951
160 28
University of Colorado, Boulder
1952-1987
160 29
Columbus College, Georgia
1972
160 30
Connecticut College
1945
160 31
Dartmouth College
1962-1990
160 32
University of Delaware
1966-1967
160 33
Dixie College
St. George, Utah
1984
160 34
Drake University
1962
160 35
Elon College
North Carolina
1991
160 36
Emory University
160 37
Florida State University
1975
160 38
University of Florida
Harry R. Warfield regarding biographical sketch of Stegner.
1949
160 39
Fort Lewis College
1986-1987
160 40
Fresno State College
1948
160 41
Harvard University
1938-1989
160 42
Humboldt State University
1986
161 1
University of Idaho
1984
161 2
University of Illinois
1937
161 3
Indiana University
1941-1949, 1988
161 4
Indiana State University
1986
161 5
Iowa State College; Iowa State University
1945; 1985
161 6-7
State University of Iowa
1936-1937; 1938-1957; 1979; 1985
161 8
University of Iowa, Library
List of Stegner materials.
161 9
University of Kansas
1944-1950
161 10
Keio University
Tokyo, Japan
1951-1956
161 11
Kenyon College
Denham Sutcliffe, Stegner’s reply.
1947
161 12
Kodiak Community College, Alaska
1986
161 13
Lewis Clark State College
1982-1986
161 14
University of Michigan
1938, 1972, 1989
161 15
Michigan State College
1937-1964
161 16
Western Michigan University
John R. Cooley, English Department.
1980, 1988
161 17
University of Mid-America
1975-1976
161 18
Middlebury College
1944, 1993
161 19
Mills College
1944-1953
161 20
University of Minnesota
1941-1948, 1953
161 21
Montana State University, Stegner Chair
Correspondence
1990-1998
161 22-25
Montana State University
Wallace Stegner Memorial Lecture
1994-1997
161 26
University of Montana
1937-1948; 1978-1982
161 27
University of Natal
1961
161 28
University of Nebraska
1981; 1987
161 29
University of Nevada
Correspondence, donated books, catalogue of Stegner holdings.
1973-1992
161 30
University of New Mexico
1984
161 31
New York University
1938
161 32
State University of New York, Stony Brook
1989
161 33
University of North Carolina
1963
161 34
University of North Dakota
1986
161 35
Northwestern University
1943-1944; 1974
161 36
Oberlin College
1953
161 37
Ochanomizu University
Tokyo, Japan
1950
161 38
Ohio State University
1944-1976
161 39
Ohio University
1973
161 40
Oklahoma State University
1977
161 41
Old Dominion University
1985
162 1
University of Pennsylvania
1969
162 2
University of Pittsburgh
162 3
Pitzer College
162 4
Pomona College
1946-1953
162 5
Princeton University
1940; 1960-1961
162 6
Purdue University
1952, 1972
162 7
Radcliff College
1947
162 8
Reed College
1941, 1946
162 9
University of Regina
Saskatchewan; Joan Givner biography of Katherine Ann Porter correspondence.
1974-1982
162 10
Rice University
162 11
Saint John’s University
Minnesota
1962
162 12
San Diego State University
1987
162 13
San Francisco State College
1945, 1977
162 14
San Jose State University
1982
162 15
San Mateo Junior College
1949
162 16
University of Santa Clara
1979, 1987
162 17
Scripps College
1952
162 18
Simon Fraser University
1972
162 19
Smith College
1966
162 20
Sonoma State University
1986
162 21
University of Southern California
1980
162 22
Southern Methodist University
1971-1989
162 23
Southern Utah State College
1983
162 24
Springfield College
1991-1992
162 25
Stanford University
Correspondence
1945-1976
162 26
Stanford University Libraries
1976-1995
162 27
Stanford Alumni Association
1980, 1988
162 28
Stanford Creative Writing
A copy of the 40-year commemorative, First Drafts, Last Drafts.
1989
162 29
Stanford Creative Writing Fellowships
Eliminated applicants.
162 30
Stanford Club of Boston
1989
162 31
John S. Knight Fellowships, Stanford
1989-1993
162 32
Stanford/Wheeler Fund
1996-1997
162 33
Stanford Publications
162 34
University of Texas, Austin
1967-1973
162 35
University of Texas, El Paso
1969
162 36
Texas Institute of Letters
1980
162 37
University of Toronto
1973-1977
163 1
Southern Utah State College
1983
163 2
University of Utah
1934-1991
163 3-4
University of Utah, J Willard Marriott Library
Statement by Everett Cooley regarding Wallace Stegner papers.
1968-1998
163 5
Friends of the University of Utah Libraries
1974
163 6
University of Utah Library Dedications
Includes dedicatory address by Stegner.
1968-1996
163 7
University of Utah Humanities Center Brochure
Picture and quote from Stegner.
163 8
Invitation for dinner with Mary and Page Stegner.
1995
163 9
University of Utah, Sigma Nu Fraternity
Phi Kappa Phi
1937-1940
163 10
University of Utah, Pi Beta Kappa
1947
163 11
Utah State Agricultural College
1948
163 12
Utah State University
1971-1986
163 13
Vanderbilt University
1938, 1978, 1987
163 14
University of Vermont
1940, 1966
163 15
University of Virginia
1938
163 16
Wartburg College
1986
163 17
Central Washington College of Education
1941
163 18
Eastern Washington State College and Eastern Washington University
1970-1988
163 19
Washington State University
1985-1986
163 20
University of Washington
1941, 1988
163 21
Washington University, Saint Louis
163 22
Wayne University, Michigan
1941
163 23
Weber College
1947
163 24
Wells College, New York
1941
163 25
Wesleyan University
1944
163 26
West Virginia University
1944
163 27
Central Washington College of Education
1941
163 28
Whitman College, Washington
1979-1980
163 29
University of Wisconsin, Madison
1937-1988
163 30
University of Wisconsin, Milwaukee
1991
163 31
University of Wisconsin, Oshkosh
1991
163 32
University of Wisconsin, Stevens Point
1985-1987
163 33
Western Humanities Committee
University of Wisconsin.
1985-1990
163 34
University of Wyoming
1950-1952
163 35
Yale University
1949; 1955; 1986
Box
164
Advisory and Award Committees
Box Folder
164 1
American Academy of Arts and Sciences
1977
164 2
American Book Award
News clippings.
1979-1980
164 3
American Book Awards
1979-1980
164 4
Nominating Committee for the MacArthur Prize Fellowships
1981-1982
164 5
MacArthur Prize Fellowships, News Releases Announcing Winners
1981
164 6-8
National Book Awards
1954-1979
164 9
Nominating Committee for the National Medal for Literature
1974
164 10
Pulitzer Prize Juror
1974-1976
164 11
Turner Tomorrow Awards Judge
1989-1991
164 12
Writer’s Forum Literary Prize Advisory Committee
1985
Societies, Libraries, Museums, and Bookstores
Box Folder
165 1
The Canadian North-West Historical Society
1961
165 2
State Historical Society of Iowa
1951
165 3
The Association of the Los Altos Historical Museum
1999
165 4
Minnesota Historical Society
1938
165 5
Montana Historical Society
1993
165 6
Texas State Historical Association
1966-1967
165 7
Utah State Historical Society
1952-1986
165 8
Vermont Historical Society
1967-1968
165 9
The Washington State Historical Society
1985
165 10
The American Library in Paris
1947
165 11
Atherton Community Library
Friends of the Library.
1976
165 12
Friends of the Bancroft Library
Bancroftiana
1974
165 13
Chicago Public Library
1949
165 14
Denver Public Library Friends Foundation
Correspondence
1985
165 15
Eastend Library
1957
165 16
Finkelstein Memorial Library
Correspondence
1986
165 17
Fitchburg Public Library
Includes recitation of French-Canadian baseball player.
1940
165 18
George Washington Memorial Library
1951-1952
165 19
Greensboro Free Library
1989
165 20
Henry E. Huntington Library and Art Gallery
1944-1949
165 21
The Library of Congress
165 22
Los Angeles Public Library
1945
165 23
Montana State Library
165 24
The New York Public Library
Correspondence
1982-1990
165 25
Pasadena Public Library
1945
165 26
Redwood City Public Library
1988
165 27
Sheridan County Library; San Francisco Public Library
Friends organization correspondence.
1982; 2000
165 28
Smithsonian Institution
1954
165 29
Spokane Public Library
165 30
Twin Falls Public Library
1977-1980
165 31
Argonaut Bookshop
1948
165 32
Artist’s Proof Bookstore
1988-1992
165 33
Black Oak Books
1987, 1990
165 34
Books, Inc.
1976
165 35
The Chinook Bookshop
1976, 1987
165 36
A Clean Well-Lighted Place for Books
1989-1992
165 37
Compass Bookshop
1984
165 38
David Magee Bookshop
1962
165 39
Hunter’s Books
165 40
James M. Dougarian, Bookman
1988
165 41
Kepler’s Books and Magazines
1990
165 42
Maurice F. Neville, Rare Books
1981
165 43
Northshire Bookstore
1990
165 44
Old Harbor Books
1984
165 45
Perkins Oriental Books
1953
165 46
Philadelphia Record
1943
165 47
Politics and Prose Bookstore
1987-1993
165 48
List of San Francisco Area Bookstores
165 49
The Sather Gate Book Shop
1961
165 50
Serendipity Books
1988
165 51
Stanford Bookstore
1948, 1967
165 52
Sylvia Asendorf, Bookdealer
1983
165 53
Three Lives and Company, Ltd. Booksellers
1990
165 54
Zion’s Book Store (Sam Weller’s)
1948-1949
165 55
Alinder Gallery
1991
165 56
Museum of Art, Carnegie Institute
1981
165 57
Hubert Creham, Metart Galleries
1949
165 58
Museum of Northern Arizona
Plateau magazine. Business card from Edward Danson. Correspondence.
1965, 1981
165 59
Fine Arts Museums of San Francisco
1993
165 60
Utah Field House of Natural History Project
G. E. Untermann correspondence regarding Earl Douglas. Dinosaur Museum in Vernal, Utah.
1946
165 61
City of Green River, Wyoming
1984
165 62
The Homestead, Midway, Utah
1957
165 63
Joe Hill House
1961-1962
165 64
Norton, Vermont
Norton and the Earth People, by Candace Page
1976
165 65
Ogden Pioneer Days
1956
165 66
Palo Alto Unified School District
1993
165 67
Taos, New Mexico
1944
165 68
Willa Cather Pioneer Memorial
Mildred R. Bennett, Chairman.
1985
Box
166
Conferences, Workshops, Writers' Groups, and Associations

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Container(s) Description Dates
A: Conferences, Workshops, Writers' Groups, and Associations
Box Folder
166 1
American Booksellers Association
1976
166 2
Association for the Study of Literature and Environment
1992
166 3
The Author’s Guild
1938
166 4
Bread Loaf Writers’ Conference
Correspondence.
1938-1941
166 5
Bread Loaf Writers’ Conference
Schedule, summary and scene, newsletter, playlet.
1944
166 6
Bread Loaf Writers’ Conference
Lectures, notes.
1944
166 7
Bread Loaf Writers’ Conference
Lecture, notes on novel.
1944
166 8
Bread Loaf Writers’ Conference
'Science and Literature,' 'Birds Eye to Worm’s Eye.'
1944
166 9
Bread Loaf Writers’ Conference
'The Re-Discovery of America,' 'The Internationality of Literature.'
1944
166 10
Bread Loaf
1975
166 11
Bread Loaf Circus
166 12
The Canadian Authors Association
1951
166 13
League of American Writers
1938
166 14
League of Utah Writers
1941
166 15
The Mesa, A Residency Retreat
1996
166 16-19
Modern Language Association (MLA)
1939-1940
166 20
Mountains and Plains Booksellers Association
1992-1993
166 21
P.E.N.
1941, 1955, 1969, 1973
166 22
PEN Center USA West
1993
166 23
PEN Faulkner Award for Fiction
Correspondence
1980-1992
166 24
San Francisco Bay Area Book Council
1993
166 25
Tumurru
Jonreed Lauritzen.
1949
166 26
Western Literature Association
1980-1981, 1993
166 27
The Writer’s Conference in the Rocky Mountains
1941
166 28
Writers of the Purple Sage
1985
166 29
Yaddo
1938
166 30
The Young P.E.N.
1937
Teaching Notes and Lectures
Box Folder
167 1-7
American Literature, Note Cards
Note cards pertaining to American Literature. Alphabetical.
167 8
Teaching Notes, General Books
167 9
Teaching Notes, General Books, Mississippi River
167 10
Southwest and Early American Exploration of North America
167 11
East Coast Settlements, General Exploration, Oregon Trail, California
167 12
States, People
167 13
People
167 14
Lecture Notes, Preliminary
167 15
Notes made for Class
The Rise of Realism
1946
Speeches, Lectures, and Talks
Box Folder
168 1
Ansel Adams
Remarks by Stegner at Adams’ Funeral
168 2
Bay Area Book Reviewers Association
Announcement/invitation listing Stegner as keynote speaker.
1983
168 3
Acceptance of California Arts Council Award
168 4
City Arts & Lectures, Inc.
1989-1992
168 5
Claiming Our Cultural Heritage
Presented at Nebraska Committee for the Humanities Awards Banquet. Also published in The Nebraska Humanist. Correspondence.
1984-1985
168 6
Colston Leigh Bureau of Lectures
1945
168 7
Acceptance of Commonwealth Club Gold Medal
1977
168 8
Council for Civic Unity Dinner, Stegner Guest Speaker
1945
168 9
Earth Day Remarks
Manuscript.
168 10
Excellence and the Pleasure Principle
Copy of address, correspondence.
1979
168 11
The Gifts of Wilderness
Drafts, printed copy.
1981
168 12
Harborfront Readings
Correspondence.
1988-1990
168 13
The Indian P.E.N.
Reviews of two lectures given by Stegner: 'Literature: A Lens on Life' and 'Contemporary American Literary Journalism.'
1951
168 14
The Internationality of Literature
Reprinted from The Aryan Path; Jean and Bill Lane Lecture Series
1951-1983
168 15
Library of Congress, Speech
For Conference on Teaching Creative Writing.
1973
168 16
Literary by Accident
Autobiographical. Printed copies.
168 17-18
The Long Road from Byblos
Manuscript; 'The Decline of Quality,' by Barbara W. Tuchman; Correspondence.
1980-1982
168 19
Martha Heasley Cox University Lecture
Correspondence, San Jose State University; Manuscript.
1986
168 20
Remarks
At Matheson Wetlands Preserve Dedication, Moab, Utah.
1991
168 21
Mt. Ansel Adams, Dedication Speech
Typed notes, comment from Mary.
168 22
Patterns of Alienation
Lecture in Greece, never given because of King Paul’s death.
1963
168 23-29
Phi Beta Kappa
Various speeches and correspondence.
1960-1962
169 1
The Poetry Center
Correspondence. Announcement of reading.
1990-1992
169 2
Portland Arts & Lectures
Correspondence, newspaper clippings, programs.
1990-1992
169 3
Protecting Los Altos Hills
Statement for a hearing on Alan Cranston’s Desert Wilderness Bill.
1987
169 4
Range of Vision: Wallace Stegner and the West
Panel discussion, typescript of Stegner’s response.
1993
169 5
Reminiscences of a Writer
169 6
Ruminations on the Art of Fiction
At Cubberley Auditorium, Stanford. Manuscript.
169 7
Seattle Arts & Lectures
Correspondence.
1991
169 8
Short Story Lecture
Typewritten text, published by University of California, Davis.
1965
169 9
Stanford Founders’ Day Speech
Typed manuscript and photocopy.
1991
169 10
University of Colorado at Boulder
'The Geography of Hope,' keynote address; Copy of speech, correspondence, announcements, contract.
1988
169 11-14
University of Michigan Law School
Various lecture manuscripts.
1985-1987
169 15
Review of Stegner’s Lecture Series
Law Quadrangle Notes; Wallace Stegner presents William W. Cook Lectures, University of Michigan Law School.
1987
169 16
University of Utah, J. Willard Marriott Library
Dedication Speech; Excerpt in Addition Program.
1968-1996
169 17-19
University of Utah, Tanner Lectures
Correspondence and various lectures and programs.
1979-1980
169 20
Utah State University Commencement Address
'Variations on a theme of Dissent,' reprint. Commencement Program.
1972
169 21
Speech given in Utah
Miscellaneous.
169 22
Talk About Writers
1945-1950

VII:  AddendumReturn to Top

Container(s) Description Dates
Environment
Box Folder
170 1
American Wilderness Alliance
1979-1980
170 2
The Belmont Colloquium
Conservation and Research Foundation. Correspondence.
198l
170 3
Bridger Environmental Education Program
1981
170 4
Bureau of American Ethnology
1955
170 5
California Wilderness Coalition
2000
170 6
Canyonlands Field Institute
1987-1992
170 7
Central California Coast Biosphere Reserve
1991
170 8
Earth Day
1989-1993
170 9
Earth Island Institute
Forest History Society: regarding 'Symposium on Environmental Change in the Great Lakes Forest.'
1979; 1990-1992
170 10
Great Basin News
Premiere Issue.
1996
170 11
Committee for Green Foothills
1962
170 12
Hidden Villa
1980-1989
170 13-18
Department of the Interior, National Parks Advisory Board
1954-1988
170 19
Department of the Interior, National Park Service
Correspondence.
1977-1988
170 20-21
Long Ridge Open Space Preserve
Newsletter, brochures, statement by Wallace Stegner; Dedication of Bench. Invitation, program, correspondence, text of remarks by grandson, Page Stegner.
1987
170 22
Mid peninsula Regional Open Space News
1997-1999
170 23
Mono Lake Committee
1993
170 24
Montana Wilderness Association
1986-1989
170 25
National Audubon Society
1969-1970
170 26-27
Nature Conservancy
Publications.
1984-2000
170 28
Northern Plains Resource Council
1986
170 29
Outholders Association
1986
171 1
Peninsula Open Space Trust
1984-2000
171 2
People for Open Space
1984
171 3
Powder River Basin Resource Center
1981-1983
171 4
President’s Commission on American Outdoors
1986
171 5
Project 77, State of Vermont
1968
171 6
Project 2000, Coalition for Utah’s Future
1990-1992
171 7
Project Wilderness
1986
171 8
Public Lands Institute
1979-1980
171 9
Rocky Mountain Institute, Book List
1997
171 10
San Francisco Beautiful
1993
171 11
Sempervirens Fund
1980-1993
171 12
Sierra Club
Correspondence
1953-1992
171 13-14
Southern Utah Wilderness Alliance (SUWA)
1989-1991
171 15
Teller Wildlife Refuge
1992
171 16
Teton Science School
1980-1981
171 17-19
The Trust for Public Land
1981-1991
171 20
The Stegner Circle Series, The Trust for Public Land
2000
171 21
Tule Elk Park
2000
171 22
The Walden Woods Project
1991-1998
171 23
Wallace Stegner Center for Land, Resources and the Environment
University of Utah College of Law bulletin.
1995
171 24-27
Wallace Stegner Center for Land, Resources and the Environment
Symposium brochures, schedules.
1996-2001
171 28
Western Legislative Conference
1985
171 29
The Wilderness Society
1953; 1981-1993
171 30
Yosemite Institute
1971-1991
171 31
Stegner’s Notes, Bibliography Cards: Environment, History
1986
171 32
A Geography of Hope, USDA
Publication of United States Department of Agriculture.
1996
Notebooks
Box Folder
172 1
Journal
Includes notes for Joe Hill Book, Twisted Apple and others.
1946
172 2
Notebook
Greece and Corsica.
1960
172 3
Notebook, on Royal Scotsmen and Writers of Western Studies
1990
172 4
Notebook
Montana
172 5
DeVoto and the Saturday Review of Literature
Southern Utah
172 6
Notes for Novel, not written
172 7
What Settlers in Country like Saskatchewan Learned
Also notes on western areas including the Tetons, the Olympic range and coast ranges, other.
172 8
Loose notes for Gathering of Zion
Also notes on migrants, Bruce Mason, introduction to essays.
172 9
Notebook: Ideas and Themes for Speeches
Also notes on what became Recapitulation, Ansel Adams, the Mississippi chapter.
172 10
Notes on Realism, Naturalism, Other
172 11
Notes for Gathering of Zion and on Willa Cather’s My Antonia
172 12
Notebooks: Blue, New York; Brown, Middleast
172 13
Three Travel Notebooks
Crossing Nevada, Ecuador, Africa
1981
Organizations and Foundations
Box Folder
173 1
American Academy and Institute of Arts and Letters
173 2
American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU)
173 3
American Philosophical Society
1945-1946
173 4
Amnesty International USA
1993
173 5
Ancient and Honorable Order of E. Clampus Vitus
1956
173 6
Center for Applied Research
Vernon Masayesva, Hopi Indian Tribe.
1991
173 7
Argus Press Clipping Bureau
173 8
Department of the Army, Reorientation Branch
1949-1950
173 9
Arts in Society
1962
173 10
Conference Board of Associated Research Councils
Asociacion Tikal, 1969
1954
173 11
The Athena Foundation
1992
173 12
Center for Advanced Study in the Behavioral Sciences
1958-1959
173 13
California Conference of Social Welfare
1946
173 14
The California Council for Civic Unity
1946
173 15
California Federation of Teachers
California History Center & Foundation
1968-1990
173 16
State of California, Department of Natural Resources
Division of Beaches and Parks.
1954
173 17
The Century Association
1968
173 18
National Conference of Christians and Jews
1945-1946
173 19
Third National Conference on Citizenship
1948
173 20
Commonwealth Club of California
1945
173 21
Counterpart
1970
173 22
History of Earth Sciences Society
1987
173 23
The Eastern Cooperative League
English Council of California Two-Year Colleges.
1947; 1993
173 24
Federal Works Agency, Works Project Administration
1940
173 25
Fellowship House, Inc.
1945
173 26
The 49th Parallel
Borderlines
1987
173 27
Freebairn–Smith & Associates
Correspondence.
1987-1989
173 28
General Services Administration, National Archives
Correspondence, Wayne Grover.
1949
173 29
The Geographical Society of Chicago
1950
173 30
Good Neighbor Association
1944
173 31
Bureau for Intercultural Education
1945
173 32
National Japanese American Student Relocation Council
1945
173 33
National Jewish Hospital at Denver
1943
173 34
Jewish Institute of Religion
1944
173 35
Kara
1992
173 36
National Council on the Arts
1970
173 37
North Carolina Center for Public Policy Research, Inc.
173 38
Institute of Northern Agricultural Research
1962
173 39
Peninsula School, Ltd.
Correspondence
1993
173 40
Portola Institute, Inc.
Correspondence; Robinson Jeffers for House Foundation; Rochester Arts & Lectures, Correspondence.
1969-1993
173 41
Rockefeller Foundation Tour, Japan
1951-1954
173 42
Rockefeller Foundation, Correspondence
1951-1976
173 43
Council for Civic Unity, San Francisco
1945-1946
173 44
San Francisco Beautiful
Membership application; news letters.
1989-1992
173 45
The Stanford Homelessness Action Coalition
1993
173 46
Department of State, Washington D. C.
1948-1967
173 47
Sun Valley Center for the Arts and Humanities
National Council of Teachers of English
1940-1985
173 48
United States Information Agency
1964
173 49
United States National Commission for UNESCO
1948
173 50
Utah Endowment for the Humanities
Utah Wonderland Stages
1947-1990
173 51
War Transportation Committee
1945
173 52
Wenner-Gren Foundation for Anthropological Research
1953-1957
173 53
Western Heritage Center
1983, 1992-1993
173 54
Western States Arts Foundation
1986-1988
173 55
Wisconsin Academy of Sciences, Arts and Letters
Stegner Symposium
1995
Road and Topographical Maps
Box Folder
174 1-7
Various Maps
This box contains road maps collected and used by Stegner in various travels and projects. They include Alberta, Canada, the Eastern US, Montana, Oregon, Yosemite National Park, etc.
175 1-13
This box contains topographic maps of the United States.
Maps in this box represent the United States, as well as individual states including but not limited to Alabama, Arizona, Kansas, Louisiana, Utah, etc.
Articles and Advertisements
Box Folder
176 1
Page Layouts for Beyond the Hundreth Meridian
176 2
Utah
In Holiday
1948
176 3
The Sound of Mountain Water
For Standard Oil Company Western Scenes.
1954
176 4
Ordeal by Handcart
Colliers; Magazine, photocopy of page 79.
1956
176 5
The Clouded Skies of Lotus Land
In Challenges and Choices; We Have Met the Enemy and He is Us in Life.
1965-1970
176 6
Wilderness Letter Excerpts
From Black Oak Books; from Doubleday in 'Sound of Mountain Water'; from Beauty Without Cruelty, Rhodesia.
176 7
Memo to the Mountain Lion
1984
176 8
Filipino Migrant Laborers Work Circuit
'Conservation Calls for Coordinated Planning,' 'The Vanishing Land' Calendar, Commentary by Wallace Stegner.
1955; 1994
176 9
The Harcourt Brace News, Advertisements for On A Darkling Plain
The Preacher and the Slave, Advertisements in San Francisco Chronicle Book Review and The New York Times Book Review.
1940
176 10
Advertisements for Crossing to Safety, Collected Stories, and The Big Rock Candy Mountain
176 11
Third Annual Stegner House Celebration Poster
An Evening with Wallace Stegner, Montana State University; 'These Newspapers Oppose Echo Park Dam' Poster.
1990
176 12
Farewell to a Special Friend by Dave Livermore
James V. Murfin Endowment Fund, Quote from Wallace Stegner
1994
176 13
Brahmin Women and Western Men: Remembering Wallace Stegner
In LA Weekly by Ariel Stewart; 'Our Values are Etched in the Landscape' in People, Land & Water, By Bruce Babbitt.
1999
176 14
The Martha Heasley Cox University Lecture Poster
The Turner Tomorrow Awards Poster, Montgomery Endowment presents an evening with John Cheever, The Montgomery Endowment presents Wallace Stegner.
1980
176 15
Writers of the Purple Sage, in The New York Times Magazine
Prejudice: Our Postwar Battle in Look, first proof.
1945
Magazines and Awards
Box Folder
177 1
Saskatchewan Adventure, by Bill Wolf
1953-1955
177 2
The Town of Westwick, map from Second Growth
177 3
City of Los Angeles Commendations to Wallace Stegner
1976
177 4
Doctor of Letters, University of Utah
Also Doctor of Human Letters, University of Santa Clara
1968-1979
177 5
The Fred Cody Award
And The Warren R. Howell Award
1984
177 6
Certificate of Merit for Wolf Willow
And Award of Merit for The Gathering of Zion
1963-1965
177 7
East High School Distinguished Alumnus Award
1983
177 8
Doctor of Fine Arts, University of California
1969
Oversize Materials
Box
178
Graduation Gowns and Accessories
This box contains graduation gowns and accessories from various ceremonies.
Maps, Posters, and Galleys for Gathering of Zion
Box Folder
179 1
San Antonio Historic Park District Map
Utah Territory Map; Salpaus Highlands, World Aeronautical Chart; U. S. Map Showing Principal Meridians and Base Lines.
1940-1945
179 2
Where the Bluebird Sings to the Lemonade Springs, Poster
That Awesome Space, Poster; Dark Horse Ute Net Entry, in The Salt Lake Tribune; Dinosaur National Monument Topographic Map.
1930
179 3
The Gathering of Zion, Galleys
Miscellaneous
Box Folder
180 1
Correspondence, Walter van Tilburg Clark
1960-1970
180 2
Mary's Correspondence
180 3
Why?, from Stegner journal used by Terry Tempest Williams
180 4
Alaska trip
National Parks Advisory Board trip.
1965
180 5
Royal Viking Tour and Enrichment Lecture series
1975-1976
180 6
Canada file
Newsclippings
180 7
Wallace Stegner and the God That Failed Us
Presented at a BYU Conference by Gary Topping.
2000
180 8
LA Times Magazine
2002-2003
180 9
Salt Lake City Magazine
1997
180 10
Miscellaneous
180 11
Various publications.
180 12
Photocopies of photographs.
180 13
Carl Sandburg
1968
180 14
Wallace Stegner and the Water of the West
By Robert Steensma
2004
180 15
Scrapbook
181
Wallace Stegner: A Descriptive Biblography and On Teaching and Writing Fiction

VIII:  Carl Brandt Addendum, 1975-1994Return to Top

This addendum consists of correspondence files kept by Stegner's long-time agent, Carl Brandt.

Container(s) Description Dates
Box
182
Stegner-Brandt Correspondence
1975-1976
183
Stegner-Brandt Correspondence
1977-1979
184
Stegner-Brandt Correspondence
1980-1984
185
Stegner-Brandt Correspondence
1985-1986
186
Stegner-Brandt Correspondence
1988-1990
187
Stegner-Brandt Correspondence
1991
188
Stegner-Brandt Correspondence
1992-1994

IX:  Philip Fradkin Addendum, 1927-1991Return to Top

This addendum contains miscellaneous Stegner correspondence and writings collected by Fradkin in conjunction with writing a biography of Wallace Stegner.

Container(s) Description Dates
Stegner Writings
Box Folder
189 1-2
Autobiographical
189 3-4
The West
189 5
Angle of Repose
Contains a study guide for the book written by Janet L. Jacobsen.
1986
Stegner Correspondence
1927-1991
Box Folder
190 1
Stegner-Irvine Correspondence
1927-1987
190 2
Stegner-Robert Canzoneri Correspondence
1962-1989
190 3
Stegner-Barry Lopez Correspondence
1983-1991

X:  Mary Page Stegner Addendum, 1939-2002Return to Top

This addendum consists of files kept by Mary Page Stegner.

Container(s) Description Dates
Ansel Adams to Jack Benson
Box Folder
191 1
Ansel Adams
1985
191 2
"Adventures with Trinket"
Stegner short story.
1950
191 3
All the Little Live Things, John Hart Screenplay
This folder is RESTRICTED. No photocopying.
1994
191 4
The American West
1964-1967
191 5
"The Angle of Repose: An Operat in Three Acts"
1976
191 6
Angle of Repose Study Guide
1986
191 7
Jack Benson Biography
Contains correspondence relating to Benson's biography of Wallace Stegner.
1994-1996
191 8-9
Jack Benson Essays
2000
191 10
Jack Benson Reviews
1996-2002
Jack Benson to Crossing to Safety
Box Folder
192 1
Jack Benson, Wallace Stegner: A Study of the Short Fiction
1997
192 2
Big Rock Candy Mountain
1943, 1993
192 3
Big Rock Candy Mountain, John Pielmeier Screenplay
This folder is RESTRICTED. No photocopies.
1995
192 4
Jill Brody, Artist Proofs
192 5
Jill Brody Correspondence
1997-2001
192 6
Kipling Charles Clark, "Writing to Learn: Writers and Writing in Three Novels by Wallace Stegner"
1991
192 7
"Conservation Equals Survival"
192 8
Richard Cracroft
2002
192 9
Jesse Crisler, "Literature and Belief"
2002
192 10
"Crossing Nevada, 1957"
192 11
Crossing to Safety, Modern Library
2001
Daedalus to James Hepworth
Box Folder
193 1
Daedalus
Contains a transcript of the Planning Conference on The Adult, sponsorted by Daedalus and the Ford Foundation.
1971
193 2
Daedalus Essay
1975
193 3
John Daniel
1996
193 4
"Der Vulkan"
German-language reprint of Wallace Stegner piece.
193 5
Dugout Rancy, Dave Livermore
1997
193 6
Eastend
1991-2001
193 7
Richard Etulain, University of New Mexico
1997-1998
193 8
"Flight to the North Pole"
1950
193 9
Jim Foley
2001
193 10
Bruce Franklin
1972
193 11
Frost and Brodsky
1996
193 12
Neilma Gantner Correspondence
1980-1997
193 13
Gathering of Zion and Mormon Country
1995
193 14
Eva Gowenius Correspondence
1954-1963
193 15
Green Foothills Talk
193 16
"Guide to Writing Local History in Saskatchewan"
1954
193 17
Joe Beck Hairston, "Wallace Stegner"
Master's Thesis, University of Texas at Austin.
1966
193 18
Hatch River Expeditions, Scenic Photos
Photocopies. Originals were removed to Multimedia Archives.
193 19
Jeff Hayden
1993-1994
193 20
James Hepworth, University of New Mexico Press
1998-2002
Hidden Villa to "The Long Road From Byblos"
Box Folder
194 1
Hidden Villa
1976-1997
194 2
"History Comes to the Plains"
1957
194 3
"Home to Utah"
1949-1957
194 4
"Hometown Revisited"
1949-1957
194 5
Huckleberry Finn, Stegner Introduction
194 6
Internet, Wallace Stegner
194 7
Joe Hill, Alan Sharp Screenplay
This folder is RESTRICTED. No photocopies.
194 8
Sidney La Marr Johnson, "The Middle Ground: A Study of Wallace Stegner's Use of History in Fiction"
PhD Thesis, University of Utah.
1972
194 9
Louis and Esther Kesselman
1944-2001
194 10
Richard Kurtz
1995-1996
194 11
Beth LaDow
2001
194 12
Lazy El Ranch
1978
194 13
Patty Limerick
1994
194 14
Seymour Martin Lipset, "Canada and the United States"
1985
194 15
"The Long Road from Byblos"
1992
Marking the Sparrow's Fall to PBS Tribute (Redford)
Box Folder
195 1
Marking the Sparrow's Fall
1998
195 2
Miscellaneous News Clippings
1950-2002
195 3
Michael Millman (Penguin)
1994-2000
195 4
Modern Haiku
1973
195 5
Montana Magazine
1993, 2002
195 6
Montana Magazine , Charles Rankin
1994-1996
195 7
Montana State University (Stegner Chair)
1992-1999
195 8
Mormon Country
1942-2002
195 9
National Institute of Arts and Letters
1972
195 10
National Wildlife Art Museum
1993
195 11
National Wildlife Federation
2002-2003
195 12
Oak Tree
1997-1998
195 13
On the Teaching of Creative Writing
1999-2000
195 14
One Nation
1994-2001
195 15
Nancy Packer
2001
195 16
Nancy Packer, Talk on the Stegners
1989
195 17
Page
1948-2002
195 18
PBS Tribute (Redford)
1999
Permissions to Published Work
Box Folder
196 1
Permissions
1984-2002
196 2
Poems
1993
196 3-4
Publications Removed
Contains information on books donated in this addendum which were routed to other departments within the library. Also contains ephemera found within the books.
196 5-9
Published Work
Contains articles written by Wallace Stegner and published in various magazines.
1950s-1990s
"Remembering Laughter" to "The Twilight of Self-Reliance"
Box Folder
197 1
"Remembering Laughter"
1994-2003
197 2
San Francisco Arts Festival
1981
197 3
Santa Fe Notebook
1993
197 4
Security Alarm
1999-2000
197 5
"A Sense of Place"
1992
197 6
Sierra Club Book
1993-1995
197 7
Sierra Club, Geography of Hope
1988-2001
197 8
Sound of Mountain Water
1999
197 9
South Dakota Review, Wallace Stegner Number
1985
197 10
Ruth Spangenberg
1976-1997
197 11
The Spectator Bird
1994-2001
197 12
The Spectator Bird, Joan Sorkin Screenplay
This folder is RESTRICTED. No photocopying.
197 13
Stanford University
1963-1991
197 14
Stanford University Library
1983-1985
197 15
Steeplechase Films, Ansel Adams
2001
197 16
Trust for the Public Land, Wally Letters
1981-1992
197 17
"The Twilight of Self-Reliance," Tanner Lecture, University of Utah
1980
The Uneasy Chair to Vanishing America
Box Folder
198 1
The Uneasy Chair
2001
198 2
Unpublished Manuscript
198 3
University of Colorado at Boulder, Wallace Stegner Award
2001
198 4
University of Nevada Press, Conversations on History and Literature
1995-2000
198 5-10
University of Utah
1972-2001
198 11-12
University of Utah Law School
1994-2002
198 13
Uses and Abuses
1988
198 14
Utah State University Press
198 15
Utah Wilderness Briefing Book , Introduction
1988
198 16
Vanishing America, Introduction
1964
Wallace Stegner, Personal
Box
199
Wallace Stegner Environmental Center, San Francisco Public Library
1993-2001
Folder
200 1
Wallace and Mary Correspondence
Contains letters written by or sent to Wallace or Mary Stegner. This folder does not contain correspondence between the Stegners.
1937-2002
200 2
Wallace and Mary, Family Correspondence
1998-2002
200 3
Wallace and Mary, Miscellaneous
1924-2996
200 4
Wallace and Mary, Miscellaneous Notes
200 5-6
Wallace Stegner, In Memoriam
1993
200 7
Wally's Biography, Contemporary Authors
200 8
Wally's Diary, S. S. Berlin to Europe
1937
200 9
Wally's Genealogy, Hans Lindebraekke
200 10
Wally's Internet Biography
2000
200 11
Wally's Record of Royalties
1942-1959
200 12
Wally's Square Dance Text
Wallace Stegner Society to A Writer's Life
Box Folder
201 1
Wallace Stegner Society
2001-2002
201 2-3
Tom Watkins
1991-2001
201 4
Western American Literature
1975-1993
201 5
"Wilderness Letter"
1960-2000
201 6
Terry Tempest Williams
1996-2002
201 7
Wisconsin Stegner Symposium
1996
201 8
Wolf Willow
1994-2002
201 9
Work in Progress
201 10
A Writer's Life
1996-1997
Box
202
Scrapbook, Miscellaneous Writing
1960s-1980s
203
Scrapbook
1939-1989
204
Scrapbook
1970s-1980s
205
Scrapbook
1990s
206-209
Scrapbooks, Letters of Condolence
1993
210
Oversize Material
211
Awards

XI:  Ansel Adams AddendumReturn to Top

Container(s) Description Dates
Ansel Adams Correspondence
1962-1982
Box Folder
212 1-3
Correspondence
Topics covered include the Sierra Club, reviews of Stegner's books, environmental politics, and a Stegner-Adams event at Stanford University.
1962-1982
212 4
Beaumont and Nancy Newhall
1973

XII:  Page Stegner AddendumReturn to Top

Container(s) Description Dates
Correspondence and Personal Material
Box Folder
213 1
House Record Book, South Fork Lane
1948-1984
213 2
"Dear Mom and Pop," Page Stegner Correspondence
1960s
213 3
Angle of Repose, Correspondence and Contract
1976-1992
213 4-5
Page Stegner and Thomas Rickman, Angle of Repose Screenplay Draft
213 6
Stegner Article Manuscripts and Correspondence
1947-1957
213 7
Wolf Willow, Correspondence
1977-1991
213 8
Wallace Stegner, "Xanadu by the Salt Flats"
1980-1981
213 9
Wilderness Society Correspondence
1983-1986
213 10
News Clippings
1952-1981
213 11
Stegner Accident
1993
Oversize
Box Folder
214 1
Portrait Photo by Ginzton
214 2
Awards
1955-2001
214 3
Committee for Green Foothills
1976
214 4
Special Assistant, Secretary of the Interior
1964
215-216
Memorabilia
Folder
1
Poster, Angle of Repose, San Francisco Opera
1976
Box
217
Framed Posters
218
Unidentified Artwork
Carrion Spring
Box Folder
219 1
Carrion Spring Correspondence and Contracts
219 2
Carrion Spring Second Treatment
219 3
Carrion Spring 1-3
219 6
Untitled Manuscripts
219 7
Correspondence 1972-1992
219 8
The Other Wives
219 9
Santa Barbara

Names and SubjectsReturn to Top

Subject Terms

  • Authors, American

Form or Genre Terms

  • Articles
  • Clippings
  • Correspondence
  • Drafts (documents)
  • Galley proofs
  • Manuscripts for publication
  • Reviews