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Call Number: MS 112
Overview Collection comprising typescript draft (with manuscript corrections) for Algys Budrys's science-fiction novel Who?; two printed editions of the novel; and the painting by Kelly Freas that inspired Budrys's short story "Who?", which Budrys later expanded into a novel.
Dates: approximately 1955
Call Number: MS 360
Overview Donald Moffitt was an author whose writing career spanned the late 1950s through the 2010s. Best-known for works of science fiction, his writing spanned a variety of genres, including pulp, mysteries, and espionage and historical fiction. His papers provide valuable insight into his life and creative process through a comprehensive collection of his manuscripts, both published and unpublished, in addition to select correspondence and other personal materials.
Dates: 1946 - 2015
Call Number: MS 358
Overview John Kessel is a Nebula Award-winning science fiction and fantasy writer based in North Carolina. His papers span his writing career and include materials relating to his publications in a variety of formats, as well as correspondence with other prominent science fiction and fantasy writers.
Dates: 1969 - 2019
Call Number: MS 362
Overview Papers of science fiction writer Mary Rosenblum (1952-2018), who also published mysteries under her birth name, Mary Freeman. The collection contains typescript drafts and proofs (frequently annotated), correspondence related to publications, reviews/publicity clippings, contracts, and periodicals containing contributions by Rosenblum/Freeman.
Dates: 1990 - 2008
Call Number: MS 341
Overview Stanley Schmidt is a science fiction writer and long-time editor of the science fiction periodical Analog. This collection includes typescripts of short stories, novellas, novels, editorials, and non-fiction articles written by Schmidt.
Dates: 1967 - 2013
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