Gordon Rupert Dickson Papers 1934-2001


Gordon Rupert Dickson Papers 1934-2001

The collection includes writings and personal papers of noted science fiction author Gordon Dickson. Materials include correspondence, manuscripts of published and unpublished short stories, novels, novelettes, anthology material and non-fiction articles, book reviews, books, journals, and clippings, together with notes, outlines, drafts and proofs.

177 boxes (114.5 cubic feet)


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Merril, Judith, 1923-1997

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Sproul, R.C. (Robert Charles), 1939-

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Peterson, Robert C.

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Klinkspoor, Frank

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Reasoner, Charles F., 1925-

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Battin, Marcel

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Stantesson, Hans.

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Gray, Reginald

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Laumer, Keith, 1925-1993

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American author, science fiction novelist. From the guide to the Keith Laumer Papers, 1939-1969, (Special Collections Research Center, Syracuse University Libraries) ...

Brown, Charles N. (Charles Nikki), 1937-2009

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Demuth, Michel

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Frenkel, James

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Knight, Damon

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Davidson, Avram

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Bell, George, 1910-1984

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George Bell was Dean of Canterbury Cathedral from 1924-1929. He was an undergraduate at Christ Church College, Oxford. He returned there as a lecturer in 1910. From the guide to the Dean George Bell, 1910-1958, (Canterbury Cathedral Archives) Epithet: MD; of Sloane MS 4051 British Library Archives and Manuscripts Catalogue : Person : Description : ark:/81055/vdc_100000001164.0x00032a ...

Pergameno, Sandro.

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Jeschke, Wolfgang

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Harrison, Harry, 1925-2012

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Born Henry Dempsey, March 12, 1925 in Stamford, Conn.; science fiction author, editor, and critic; author of over thirty books including The Deathworld trilogy and the Stainless Steel Rat series. From the description of [Literary manuscripts] 1966-2003. (University of South Florida). WorldCat record id: 56903508 Harry Harrison (1925 - ) is a highly regarded writer of science fiction, most prolific in the 1960 – 1990 period, and was editor for a number of anthologies. Harriso...

Pournelle, J. E and Baen, Jim.

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Gold, H. L. (Horace Leonard), 1914-1996

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Palmer, Ray and Mahaffey, Bea.

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del Ray, Judy-Lynn.

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Fuchs, Werner, 1927-....

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Gunn, James

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Dann, Jack and Dozois, Gardner.

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Boucher, Anthony, 1911-1968

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Editor of science fiction stories. From the description of Recordings, 1949-1968. (Indiana University). WorldCat record id: 122256976 Critic, editor and writer William Anthony Parker (W. A. P.) White, better known by the pseudonym Anthony Boucher, was born in Oakland, Calif. He graduated from the University of Southern California in 1932, and obtained a M.A. in German from the Univeristy of California at Berkley. He initially planned to teach languages but turned to writing ...

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Ellery Queen is a pseudonym for the writing team of Frederic Dannay (1905-1982) and Manfred B. Lee (1905-1971). Dannay and Lee were cousins who entered a writing contest co-sponsored by McClure's Magazine and Lippincott's publishing house, and formed the joint venture of Ellery Queen. Although they did not win the contest, the cousins were rewarded with a book publication deal. Between 1928 and 1971, "Ellery Queen" wrote radio shows, a monthly magazine, a weekly newspaper series, novels, and tel...

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Gorman, Edward

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Pikulski, John J.

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Goldsmith, Cele.

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Lowndes, Robert W.

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Robert Augustine Ward "Doc" Lowndes (1916-1998), also known by the nicknames "Rawl," was an American science fiction and horror author, editor and fan. He was a notable member of the Futurians, a group influential in the development and recognition of science fiction, and received the First Fandom Hall of Fame award in 1991. From the guide to the Robert A. W. Lowndes Papers, 1923-1996, (Special Collections Research Center, Syracuse University Libraries) ...

Palmer, Ray

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McComas, Annette Peltz.

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Bova, Ben, 1932-....

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Bova was born in Philadelphia and graduated from Temple University in 1954. Bova has edited several journals including ANALOG (1971-1978), and served as editorial director and vice president of OMNI (1978-1982). Bova has published over forty books, including both fiction and non-fiction,as well as editing nine others. From the description of Papers, 1953-1981. (Temple University Libraries). WorldCat record id: 86166257 ...

Silverberg, Robert

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Le Blanc, Thomas, 1951-....

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Merwin, Sam, 1910-1996

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Forrestal, Peter and Reid, Jo-Anne.

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Waugh, Charles G. and Greenberg, Martin Harry.

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Sterling, Rod

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Norton, Andre

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Wollheim, Donald A.

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Donald A. Wollheim (1914-1990) was an award-winning science fiction writer, editor, publisher, and fan. Wollheim's first story was published when he was nineteen, and despite his many other activities he continued to be published regularly for more than thirty years. He wrote under numerous pen names, including David Grinnell, Arthur Cooke, Millard Verne Gordon, Martin Pearson, Braxton Wells, Graham Conway, and Lawrence Woods. In addition to his writing, Wollheim the organizer of the first scien...

Doremieux, Alain.

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McCaffrey, Anne, 1926-2011

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American author, fantasy and science fiction short story writer and novelist. From the guide to the Anne McCaffrey Papers, 1947-1967, (Special Collections Research Center, Syracuse University Libraries) Biography On April 1, 1926, Anne Inez McCaffrey was born in Cambridge, Massachusetts to George Herbert McCaffrey and Anne Dorothy McElroy McCaffrey. Her father was a United States Army Colonel and her mother worked as an a...

Conklin, Groff, 1904-1968

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Drake, David and Miesel, Sandra.

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Miesel, Sandra, 1941-

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Aldiss, Brian and Harrison, Harry.

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Bleiler, Everett F. and Dikty, T. E.

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Greenberg, Martin H.

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Mills, Robert P. (Robert Park), 1920-1986

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Quinn, James and Wulff, Eve.

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Aldiss, Brian

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Brian Aldiss was born on August 18 1925 in Dereham, Norfolk, and educated at Framlingham College, Suffolk, and West Bickland School, Devon. After war service in the Royal Corps of Signals he entered the bookselling trade, working at Sanders & Co. in Oxford. His first work as a writer was The Brightfount Diaries, a fictionalised diary of a bookseller first published as a column in The Bookseller during 1954 and 1955 and published as one volume by Faber & Faber in 1955. The following year ...

Harding, Lee, 1937-

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Warrick, Patricia S.

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Kelley, Leo P.

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Hollister, Bernard.

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del Ray, Lester.

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Howard, Robert E.

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Harrison, Harry and Dickson, Gordon R

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Saltman, Jules

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Campbell, John W.

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Williams, Shelia and Manson, Cynthia.

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Anderson, Poul. Dickson, Gordon P.

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Clarke, Arthur C. and Proctor, George W.

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Hoskins, Robert H. B.

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Dickson, Gordon R.

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Gordon Dickson is a Minneapolis author of science fiction. From the description of Gordon Rupert Dickson papers, 1948-1972. (University of Minnesota, Minneapolis). WorldCat record id: 63286003 Gordon Dickson was born in Edmonton, Canada on November 1, 1923. He moved permanently to the United States in 1937. Dickson attended the University of Minnesota between 1939 and 1943, then interrupted his studies to serve in the army between 1943 and 1946. He returned to t...

Dozois, Gardner R.

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Gardner Dozois, science fiction writer, was born in Salem, Massachusetts to working-class parents in 1947. Dozois sold his first science fiction story in 1966 and entered the army immediately thereafter, where he. where he spent the next three years stationed in Germany as a military journalist. Dozois has written four novels, numerous short stories, and has edited several anthologies of short fiction since his military discharge in 1969. Dozois has won several literary ...

Weis, Margaret

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Schmidt, Stanley

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Aldiss, Brian W. and Harrison, Harry.

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Carr, John F.

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