August William Derleth papers, 1858, 1907-1978.

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Derleth, August William, 1909-1971. August William Derleth papers, 1858, 1907-1978.

August William Derleth papers, 1858, 1907-1978.

Papers of August Derleth, consisting primarily of correspondence and manuscripts of published and unpublished works, of one of Wisconsin's most prominent and prolific writers. The Derleth papers include extensive files of correspondence between Derleth and his confidants, friends, acquaintances, associates, and readers; manuscripts and published copies of a number of Derleth's works; subject files, civic affairs, and other topics; bills and orders relating to Arkham House publications; and published and unpublished manuscripts by other authors, including Lovecraft. The processed portion of the collection is summarized above, dates 1858, 1907-1978, and is described in the register. Additional accessions are described below.

69.2 c.f. (123 archives boxes, 20 record center cartons) and6 reels of microfilm (35 mm); plusadditions of 0.2 c.f. and12 photographs.

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