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     MANUSCRIPTS and ARCHIVAL MATERIAL

Ann Beattie papers--addition 53

 Unprocessed
Identifier: ViU-2016-0028

Content Description

Business, personal, and legal correspondence and documents of Ann Beattie. Personal correspondents include Lauren Acampora, Nan Graham, Thomas Pierce, and Elizabeth Spencer. The collection contains typescripts of stories, articles, and books by Beattie.

Acquisition Type

Deposit

Restrictions Apply

No

Use Restrictions

On Deposit; Serve to users following vault procedures.

Dates

  • Majority of material found within 1947 - 2015

Creator

Extent

1.2 Cubic Feet (3 document boxes. )

Inventory

The collection contains typescripts of stories, articles, and books by Beattie, including the following: “Two Reindeer,” “The Christmas Party,” “Major Maybe,” “Lady Neptune,” “Edward, the Funny One” (2 copies), The State We’re In: Maine Stories (2 copies, which include the stories “What Magical Realism Would Be,” “Aunt Sophie-Renaldo-Brown,” “Adirondack Chairs,” “Major Maybe,” “Duff’s Done Enough,” “Endless Rain into a Paper Cup,” “The Fledgling,” “The Little Hutchinsons,” “Silent Prayer,” “The Stroke,” “Missed Calls,” “Yancey,” “The Repurposed Barn,” and “Flight”), Mrs. Nixon: Re-Opening the Book, Mrs. Nixon: A Writer Reflects on Craft, “Footnotes,” and “The Stroke.” The collection includes additional typescripts of Swift River by R.C. Binstock and of “And Delta Women Think the World of Me” by Roland Merullo. The collection also contains 41 books and 3 journals/magazines.

Creator