Zula Bennington Greene papers
Zula Bennington Greene, also known as Peggy of the Flint Hills, was an author and poet who became well-known in Kansas and beyond for the "Peggy of the Flint Hills" columns she wrote for the Topeka Daily Capital and The Topeka Capital-Journal. The collection contains scrapbooks of her compiled columns, 1928-1988; column response letters and writing samples; letters from friends & family; condolence letters after husband's death, and to her family after her death; speech notes; awards and plaques; appointment books, and newspaper clippings.
- 1938 - 2000
- Greene, Zula Bennington (Person)
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6.5 Linear Feet (7 boxes + 33 volumes, 2 oversize boxes, 1 oversize folder )
RH MS 708
RH MS G78
MS RH Q163
MS RH R151
Immediate Source of Acquisition
Gift, Dorothy Hanger, 2003
- Guide to the Zula Bennington Greene Collection
- Zula Bennington Greene papers
- Finding aid prepared by skt; revised by, cl 2010; Finding aid encoded by skt, 2006, 2006
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Zula Bennington Greene Collection , Kansas Collection, RH MS 708, Kenneth Spencer Research Library, University of Kansas Libraries