James McConkey papers, (ca. 1948-1990).


McConkey, James. James McConkey papers, (ca. 1948-1990).

James McConkey papers, (ca. 1948-1990).

Correspondence, manuscripts, class lecture notes, reviews, photographs, and other papers of an author and professor of English. Works include Kayo and Rowan's Progress; University papers relate to the Faculty Committee on Student Affairs. Correspondence consists of literary fan mail, letters relating to literature, publishing, humanity and literary foundations, and recommendations. Correspondents include James Dickey, Archie Ammons, John Cheever, Stephen Jay Gould, E. M. Forster, Denise Levertov, Walker Percy, and Eudora Welty.

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