American Crime Writers League Papers
Scope and Contents
This collection consists of the American Crime Writers League's newsletters, directories, correspondence and misc materials. The bulletins are bi-monthly and contain letters and articles pertaining to mystery and true crime writing. Correspondence includes a letter to Charlotte MacLeod from writer Andre Norton.
- 1990 - 2007
- Other: Date acquired: 2010 November 19
- American Crime Writers League (Organization)
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Collection is open for research.
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Language of Materials
The American Crime Writers League was founded in 1988 as a national non-profit organization geared toward professional writers of true crime, mystery and short pieces.
This collection consists of the American Crime Writers League's newsletters, directories, correspondence and misc materials.
The collection is arranged by type of material, then chronologically within each type.
Method of Acquisition
Donated by Katherine Hall Page in November, 2010.
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Processed by Catherine Buck in February, 2016.
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