W.H. Hutchinson papers, 1902-1989 (bulk 1952-1979).


Hutchinson, W. H. (William Henry), 1910-1990. W.H. Hutchinson papers, 1902-1989 (bulk 1952-1979).

W.H. Hutchinson papers, 1902-1989 (bulk 1952-1979).

The W.H. Hutchinson papers span the years 1902-1989. The bulk of the materials date between 1952-1985. The correspondence contains letters pertaining to Hutchinson's writings about Eugene Manlove Rhodes and the writing of Rhodes. It is of both personal and professional nature, including publishers, authors, critics and friends. There is material on copyright and royalty issues pertaining to the properties of the literary estate of Eugene Manlove Rhodes and its management. Of note within the series of correspondence with New Mexico State University are transcripts of taped interviews with former cowboys who worked with Rhodes, first recorded in 1964. There are also reviews of books included among the series. Correspondents in this series include May Davison Rhodes, Eve Ball, S. Omar Barker, David Townsend, Bula Charles, Paul Rader, Eugene Cunningham, Harry Carey, and Lawrence Clark Powell. Included in the collection are Hutchinson's subject files on the life and career of Eugene Manlove Rhodes, composed of clippings, notes, copies of Rhodes' writings, and correspondence related to Hutchinson's research on Rhodes. Some folders in this series contain notes relating to the characters in Rhodes' works who were based on living persons in southern New Mexico in the late 19th and early 20th centuries. Also included are various published materials, including bookseller catalogs, monographs, articles, and reprints. Unpublished materials include manuscripts, speeches, drafts, and typescripts from Hutchinson and other authors regarding Eugene Manlove Rhodes and Western United States literature. There is also hand-drawn art and photographs associated with Eugene Manlove Rhodes publications and related publications. Some material is annotated by Hutchinson.

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Barker, S. Omar (Squire Omar), 1894-1985

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Western author. Born in 1894 in Beulah, New Mexico. Received Ph. D. in literature from New Mexico Highlands University in 1961. Primarily an author of humorous fiction, he received the Spur Award (1955) and the Justin Golden Boot Award (1954-1961) from Western Writers of America. Married writer Elsa McCormick in 1927. From the description of Papers, ca. 1924-1966. (Texas Tech University). WorldCat record id: 23347313 Barker (1894-1985) was a western fiction author and short ...

Ball, Eve

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Author and authority on New Mexico history and the Old West. From the description of Publications, 1963-1973. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 145435428 Katherine Evelyn Daly (Eve Ball) was born 14 March 1890 in Kentucky. In 1918 she received a BS degree in education from Kansas State Teacher's College. Eve's husband, Joseph P. Ball, was a Captain in the Kansas National Guard, and died in the First World War. In 1934 she received a master's degree in education from the Univers...

Powell, Lawrence Clark, 1906-2001

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Rhodes, May Davison

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Author and historian of the American West. From the guide to the Eugene Manlove Rhodes papers, 1914-1942, (L. Tom Perry Special Collections) ...

Rhodes, Eugene Manlove, 1869-1934

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Eugene Mangrove Rhodes was a writer of the old west. He was nationally known for his poetry, novels and, stories. Eleven of his books appeared serially in The Saturday Evening Post . He lived and wrote in Otero county, New Mexico. From the guide to the Eugene Manlove Rhodes Papers, 1930-1938, (Museum of New Mexico. Fray Angélico Chávez History Library.) Eugene Manlove Rhodes was a writer of the old west. He was nationally know for his poetry, novels, and stories. Eleven of h...

Hutchinson, W. H. (William Henry), 1910-1990

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W.H. (William Henry) Hutchinson, a noted western historian, was born in Colorado in 1911. Hutchinson served in the merchant marines from 1933-1946, seeing duty in World War II. After being discharged, Hutchinson was a freelance writer until 1959, when he received his M.A. from California State University, Chico. He later served as a professor of history at his alma mater from 1964-1978. Hutchinson was nominated for the pulitzer prize for his biography of Thomas Bard, entitled "Oil, Land, and Pol...