Science Fiction and Fantasy Collection, Papers, 1929-1981.


Eshbach, Lloyd Arthur, 1910-2003. Science Fiction and Fantasy Collection, Papers, 1929-1981.

Science Fiction and Fantasy Collection, Papers, 1929-1981.

Published and unpublished manuscripts of books, short stories, and articles written by an American science fiction writer and publisher; including,Isle of the undead, Out of the sun, and Valley of the titans. The collection also includes the archives of Fantasy Press, started by Eshbach in 1946. The archives contains correspondence with publishers, writers, and editors including; Hugo Gernsback, Charles Hornig, Julius Schwartz, John W. Campbell, John Taine, E.E.Smith, and L. Sprague de Camp.

4.0 c.f. (10 archives boxes).

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