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Judith Eisenstein Bagai collection of Theodore Sturgeon materials

Call Number: MS 321
Overview Judith Ann Cutler Bagai (1936-2008) was a teacher, poet, and radio show host. She was good friends with writer Theodore Sturgeon, who allowed her to remove literary drafts and correspondence from his waste basket. This collection comprises the rescued drafts and correspondence relating to two of the Star Trek episodes he wrote, "Amok Time" (second season opening episode in 1967) and "The Root of Evil," renamed "The Joy Machine"...
Dates: March 29 - November 24, 1967; undated

Laura Powell Collection of Theodore Sturgeon Postcards and Letters

Call Number: MS 320
Overview Collection of 34 postcards and 2 letters from science fiction writer Theodore Sturgeon (1918-1985) to Laura Powell, circa August 1976 - April 1979, and undated.
Dates: 1976 August 11 to 1979 April 11, and undated

Martha "Ricky" Weiser collection of Theodore Sturgeon materials

Call Number: MS 300
Overview Boulder, Colorado resident Martha "Ricky" Weiser knew Science Fiction writer Theodore Sturgeon from the 1940s until his death in 1985. Included in the collection are letters from Sturgeon to Weiser, three of Sturgeon's diary entries that were included in letters to Weiser, and a manuscript of Sturgeon's award winning short story, "Bianca's Hands," complete with a poem for Weiser on the final page.
Dates: 1948-1985

Papers of Theodore Sturgeon

Call Number: MS 254
Overview American science fiction author Theodore Sturgeon (1918-1985) was considered an innovator of the genre and one of the first real stylists. This collection reflects his career as a writer and contains manuscripts of both short stories and novels. It also includes correspondence between Sturgeon and other authors.
Dates: 1930 - 1987

Theodore Sturgeon's A Way Home manuscript collection

Call Number: MS 351
Overview This collection comprises materials related to Theodore Sturgeon's third collection of short stories and novelettes, A Way Home, edited by Groff Conklin and published in 1955 by Funk & Wagnalls. Materials in the collection include corrected texts of stories and novelettes, uncorrected galley proofs, and a first edition copy of the publication.
Dates: 1946 - 1955