David Morrison Scotia and Scotia Review Collection, 1970-1975.


Angus, David. David Morrison Scotia and Scotia Review Collection, 1970-1975.

David Morrison Scotia and Scotia Review Collection, 1970-1975.

Consists of correspondence, manuscripts, and photographs chiefly relating to Morrison's tenure as editor of Scotia from 1970-72 and as editor of Scotia Review during the years 1972-1975. Series 1, Correspondence, consists entirely of correspondence to David Morrison (1971-1975) and is arranged alphabetically by correspondent. Series 2, Manuscripts, consists of poetical and prose manuscripts arranged alphabetically by author. Series 3, Photographs, consists of black and white photographs arranged alphabetically by subject, many of which depict Morrison or contemporary Scottish writers ca. 1970-1975.

3.8 linear ft. (3 boxes) ; 8 x 40 x 27 cm.

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