Sylvia Wilkinson Manuscripts
Scope and Contents
This collection contains Wilkinson's review of the Heather Ross Miller title Gone a Hundred Miles, editor's notes for Wilkinson's book, Moss on the North Side, and manuscripts for Moss on the North Side and A Killing Frost.
- 1964 - 1968
- Wilkinson, Sylvia (Person)
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Collection is open for research.
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Biographical or Historical Information
Sylvia Wilkinson was born in Durham, North Carolina in 1940. She graduated from Woman's College (now the University North Carolina at Greensboro) in 1962, received her master's degree from Hollins College and also studied at Stanford University. Wilkinson taught at various institutions and received a number of literary awards including the Sir Walter Raleigh Award twice -- in 1968 for A Killing Frost, and again in 1978 for Shadow of the Mountain.
0.40 Linear Feet (1 box)
Language of Materials
Sylvia Wilkinson (1940- ) is an alumna of Woman's College (now UNCG) and an award-winning author.
This collection contains editor's notes, a book review, and manuscripts of Wilkinson's books, Moss on the North Side and A Killing Frost.
Method of Acquisition
Gift of Sylvia Wilkinson in December, 1968 and 2010.
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Processed by Archives Staff, January, 2010.
- American fiction -- North Carolina -- Women authors
- Authors, American -- North Carolina -- 20th century
- University of North Carolina at Greensboro -- Alumni and alumnae
- Wilkinson, Sylvia
- Woman's College of the University of North Carolina -- Alumni and alumnae
- Women authors, American -- North Carolina -- 20th century
- Sylvia Wilkinson Manuscripts
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