Avery Hopwood papers, 1898, 1911-28, 1933-66.

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Hopwood, Avery, 1882-1928. Avery Hopwood papers, 1898, 1911-28, 1933-66.

Avery Hopwood papers, 1898, 1911-28, 1933-66.

Comprise letters from Hopwood to Carl Van Vechten, Florine and Ettie Stettheimer, and F. N. Scott, along with a diary for 1898, a transcript of his college courses and credits, extracts from his will, photos, passports for himself and his mother, Jule, and a photocopy of a letter of T. H. Read. There is one letter from Jule Hopwood to Ettie Stettheimer written after his death. Also included is the correspondence of R. W. Cowden, Director of the Hopwood Awards, concerned with acquisition of correspondence and other Hopwood materials for the Hopwood Room. Correspondents include those mentioned above as well as Mary (Roberts) Rinehart and others. There is also a manuscript: Avery Hopwood, dramatist, 1882-1928; a collection of dramatic reviews and biographical and critical materials, compiled by A. L. Bader ... 1959.

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