The Sherwood Anderson Collection
ANDERSON, SHERWOOD (1876-1941). PAPERS, ca. 1930-41. 0.1 cu. ft. American novelist, short story writer, and critic. Settled on Ripshin Farm in Marion, Virginia, in 1929. Papers consist of a typescript letter (1931) to Anderson from Lee Brian of Dallas, Texas, about a short story Brian sent with the letter, and three holograph letters (undated) from Anderson to Brian and to an unknown person. Includes fourteen pictures of Anderson in various stages of adulthood, including one with Thornton Wilder. Also includes two published short stories with Anderson's annotations, "A Meeting South" in Sherwood Anderson's Notebook (1926) and "Hello Towns" in Hello Towns (1929). Ms73-002.
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