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Perry Douglas Erwin letters

McFarlin Library Special Collections and University Archives has an extensive World War I Collection. Our department has been collecting World War I material since the 1970s with the acquisition of hundreds of unit histories and other books comprising the original … Continue reading

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Georgette Heyer

Georgette Heyer was an early to mid-twentieth century British author credited with the creation of the regency romance genre. She also wrote several works in the mystery and historical fiction genres. Heyer’s novels were popular to her contemporaries, though far … Continue reading

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A Civil War Romance: General George Armstrong Custer and Elizabeth Clift Bacon

General George Armstrong Custer and Elizabeth Clift Bacon had a devoted and passionate love affair that lasted their entire lives. Custer was a young cavalry officer in the Union Army at the start of the Civil War. He formally met … Continue reading

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Cats of Copenhagen acquisition

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Ernest Hemingway Letters Project

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Flannery O’Connor Correspondence

Also included in this collection are a program for the 1963 commencement of Smith College at which O’Connor was awarded a Doctor of Letters degree and a photograph of O’Connor with Thomas Corwin Mendenhall, College President.

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Manuscripts and Correspondence

Literary correspondence often illuminates the world surrounding the writer and reveals how that world impinges upon the writer’s work. Such significance is clearly evident in the letters that came with the Cyril Connolly library, which includes correspondence with Logan Pearsall … Continue reading

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