Women authors, American -- North Carolina -- 20th century
Found in 9 Collections and/or Records:
Mebane Holoman Burgwyn (1914-1992) was a Woman's College (now UNCG) alumna and an award-winning author of children's books.
The Mebane Holoman Burgwyn Papers date from 1931 to 2004 and contain handwritten manuscripts, typescripts, layouts, proofs, illustrations, a photograph of Burgwyn, correspondence and clippings.
Angela Davis-Gardner is a noted author and English professor from North Carolina. This collection documents the writing and teaching career of Angela Davis-Gardner beginning with her early work in 1963 and ending in 2012 with the publication of Butterfly's Child.
Edythe Latham graduated from Woman's College (now UNCG) in 1936.
This collection contains manuscript and related materials for Latham's first novel, The Sounding Brass.
Heather Ross Miller (1939- ) received both her undergraduate degree and Master of Fine Arts in Creative Writing from UNCG. She went on to become an award-winning author and an instructor in reading and writing.
This collection includes manuscripts of three of Miller's books and two unpublished poems.
Lettie Hamlett Rogers (1917-1957), the child of missionaries, spent her girlhood in China and Japan, before attending Woman's College (now UNCG), where she later became a professor of creative writing. She published four novels in her lifetime.
The Lettie Hamlett Rogers Papers date from 1940 to 1957 and contain typed manuscripts of her works.
Jessie Rosenberg Schell is a freelance writer who received both her bachelor's degree and an MFA in creative writing from UNCG. This collection contains an undated draft copy of her 1977 novel, Sudina.
Jan Cox Speas, an alumna of Woman's College (now UNCG), was well known for her historical romances during the 1950s and 1960s.
This collection includes the typescript carbon for Speas' novel, Bride of the MacHugh.
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.