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BOX 1

Correspondence

1. American Sportsman, 1979-1981. 2 TLS. 2. Michael deCapua, 1975-1979. 3 TLS. 3. Candida Donadio, 1968-1971. 3 TLS, 1 5 pp. ALS. 4. John Moore, n.d. 3 ALS. 5. The Sporting Club, 1969-1980. 11 TLS, cover design. 6. New York Times, 1973 & 1979, and "The Guest." 2 TLS. 7. Outside, 1977-1980, 3 TLS and article galley, July 1979. 8. Dexter Westrum, 1985-1989. 3 TLS.

Interviews

9. Lit Lear, March 1984, typescript computer generated original, 16 pp. 10. Larry McCaffery, "An Interview with Thomas McGuane," typescript photocopy, n.d., 48 pp. 11. Larry McCaffery, "An Interview with Thomas McGuane," 17 June 1973, typescript original with annotations, 43 pp. 12. Larry McCaffery with Sinda Gregory, typescript photocopy with annotations, 44 pp.

Writings on McGuane's Works

13. Pat Tobin, At the Interface: Post Modern Fiction and Theory. "Thomas McGuane: Untimeliness and the 'Direst Possible Clownage'," typescript photocopy, 48 pp.I with TLS, Pat Tobin to TM, n.d., 1 p. 14. Albert Howard Carter, III, "McGuane's First Three Novels: Games, Fun, Nemesis," offprint, n.p., n.d. 15. Jerome Klinkavitz, The New American Novel of Manners. "The Language of Manners." "Thomas McGuane: The Radicalized Novel of Manners." 16. n.a. "Thomas McGuane: Outlawry and the Quest for the Right Woman." 17. E. Jean Carroll, " Thomas McGuane, " typescript photocopy, 8 pp.

Conferences and Symposiums

18. "Thomas McGuane: His Fiction and Film." University of Wyoming, 1989. Correspondence, 1988. 19. Stanford University Centennial Exhibit, correspondence, 1988. 20. Montana 1989 Arts Conference. Program, 1989.

Awards

21. Correspondence, notes, 1988.

Videotape Documentary 22. "Montana Memories." Correspondence and program, 1989.

Feature Articles

23. Time, 22 December 1989. Tear sheet, correspondence. 24. Time (30 September 1991) with article featuring Thomas McGuane; TLS, Jerome Carna? [Time] to Thomas McGuane, 23 August 1991, 2 pp., re: Visit to Montana and reaction to article MS on Montana. 25. Tear sheets from various feature articles in newspapers and magazines, 1985-1989.

Book Reviews

26. Book Reviews, Rain or Shine by Cyra McFadden, typescript original, 5 pp. & typescript original 5 pp, with annotations. Love in the Ruins by Walker Percy, typescript carbon, with annotations, 6 pp.

Plays

27. Islanders. A Play in Three Acts, June 1965, typescript photocopy, 88 pp. 28. Lead Balloons. Three Act Play, n.d., typescript computer generated original with annotations, 68 pp.

BOX 2

Screenplay: Wanderer

1. Wanderer. Autobiography by Sterling Hayden, screenplay by Thomas McGuane, n.d., typescript carbon, 154 pp., and holograph revisions, 7 pp. and TLS, Steve McQueen to TM, 1977, 1 p. 2. Wanderer. [No title page], typescript original with annotations, 130 pp.; TLS, Sidney Pollack to TM, n.d., 1 p.

Stories and Essays

3. "Lake Rental." Computer printout with annotations, 25 pp,, and holograph draft, 105 pp. 4. "Fishing the Flats." Correspondence, agreement, 1979. 5. "An Artlife in Flyover Country." Typescript original with annotations, 13 pp. 6. "Montana= A Preface." Typescript original with annotations, 10 pp., and typescript carbon, 12 pp. 7. "A Private Word for the Horse." Typescript original with annotations, 6 pp., and typescript photocopy, 7 pp. for Outside, 1982. 8. "A Few Notes on the Blood Sports." Typescript original with annotations, 10 pp., and typescript carbon, 7 pp. 9. "Diving." Typescript original with annotations, 13 pp., and typescript original, 4 pp. 10. Sports Illustrated articles. Listing, 2 pp., "Riders on the Brink," photocopy of 3 May 1971 issue; "A Bomb in Sheep's Clothing," photocopy of 28 February 1972 issue; "Hazardous Life in a Meat Bucket," photocopy of 15 May 1972 issue. 11. Correspondence, 1969-1973, Raymond Cave/Pat Ryan- Sports Illustrated 12. "My God, Where Are We?" Typescript photocopy with annotations, 14 pp., and typescript photocopy, 22 pp., and 1 TLS, 1983. 13. "The Queek and the Daid." Holograph, 12 pp. 14. "Home." Holograph, 13 pp. 15. "Mildred." Typescript original with annotations, 18 pp. 16. "Stairway to the Stars." Typescript photocopy with annotations, 25 pp. 17. "Sam Bird." Typescript original with annotations, 19 pp., and typescript photocopy, 10 pp. 18. "An American Abroad." Typescript original with annotations, 25 pp., and "Sailing," typescript original, 20 pp. 19. "A New River." TLS, David Seybold, n.d., and galley with annotations, 2 pp. for Angler. 20. "Vanishing Breed." Introduction to book, galley with annotations, 1982. 21. "Victim and the Rescuer." Holograph, 21 pp. 22. "Trout Fishing: An Introduction." Typescript original, 8 pp.

BOX 3

1. "Beyond the Infield." Typescript original with annotations, 5 pp., typescript photocopy, 28 pp., and typescript photocopy, 13 pp. 2. "El Western." Correspondence, 1983. 3. "El Western." First Draft, typescript original with annotations, 26 pp.; Second Draft, typescript photocopy, 22 pp.; Second Draft with Revisions, typescript photocopy with annotations, 21 pp. plus 35 pp. 4. "El western." Galleys, 1983. 5. "The Other Half." Typescript original, 15 pp., and revisions, 10 pp.

Plays

6. Family Album. A Play in Three Acts. Typescript photocopy, 72 pp. 7. Family Album. A Play by Thomas McGuane. Typescript computer generated original, 72pp.

BOX 4

Novel: The Fire Season

1. Correspondence, 1965, 2. Holograph notebook written while at Yale University, n.d, 35 pp. 3. The Fire Season. Typescript carbon with annotations, bound copy, 181 pp. with TLS, Tom McGuane to Robert Loomis, 26 March 1965. 4. Notebook, holograph, June 1964, 235 pp.

Three notebooks, "on the novel Ireland," holograph, 387 pp.

BOX 5

Novel and Screenplay: The Bushwhacked Piano

1. Correspondence, 66 pieces, 1966-1980. 2. Reviews and cover design of paperback edition. 3. MS, typescript original and photocopy composite with annotations, approximately 205 pp. 4. MS, Final Version, typescript photocopy with annotations, 247 pp, 5. Screenplay by Thomas McGuane, Medion Incorporated, San Francisco, CA, March 1971 typescript photocopy, 157 pp., with TLS in back. 30 January 1975, Candice Lake to Jenny Peonessa. 6. Screenplay by Thomas McGuane, Lantz-Donadio Agency, New York, NY, typescript original with annotations, n.d., 108 pp. 7. Sequence Continuity, typescript photocopy with annotations, 16 pp. 8. Paperback book: Thomas McGuane, De doorzeffd_e piano (Merlenhoof, Amsterdam, 1989) . [Dutch edition].

BOX 6

Novel: Ninety Two in the Shade

1. Correspondence, 1973-1984. 2. MS, [untitled], typescript photocopy, n.d., 227 pp. 3. MS, [untitled], typescript photocopy with annotations, n.d., 227 pp, 4. MS, First Draft, typescript photocopy, 227 pp. 5. MS, [untitled], typescript photocopy with annotations and revision pages, approximately 150 pp. 6. Book covers.

BOX 7

Screenplay: Ninety Two in the Shade

1. Correspondence, 1973, re: first draft. 2. Screenplay by Thomas McGuane, typescript photocopy, 110 pp. 3. Screenplay by Thomas McGuane, typescript carbon, 110 pp. 4. Screenplay by Thomas McGuane, 23 September 1974, The EK Corporation/Paramount Studios, typescript original with annotations, 118 pp. 5. Screenplay by Thomas McGuane, 26 August 1974, typescript photocopy with annotations, 118 pp. 6. Reviews. Tearsheets.

BOX 8

Novel: Panama

1. MS, typescript carbon inscribed by Thomas McGuane on title page, 180 pp. 2. MS, printer's copy with annotations, 184 pp., with book layout plans, 3. List of individuals to whom galleys were sent, publicity plans. 4. Two variant copies of galleys with annotations, n.d., 63 pp. 5. Excerpt from novel as it appeared in Essuire, photocopy, 42 pp. 6. Cover from paperback edition (UK) with TLS, Elisabeth Lindner to Seymour Lawrence, 7 December 1989, 1 p. 7. Reviews, Tear sheets from newspapers and magazines. 8. Paperback book: Vera Pagin, Herausgegeben, Nirwana Blues: Ein Lesebuch der neuesten amerikanischen Literatur (Munchen: Wilhelm Heyne Verlag, 1990).

BOX 9

Essays and Stories: An Outside Chance

1. Correspondence, 1979-1989. 3 items. TLS, Camille Hykes to TM, 13 June 1990, 1 p. re: An Outside Chance. 2. "Small Streams in Michigan." Typescript original with annotations, 17 pp.; typescript photocopy with annotations, 16 pp.; Tear sheet of printed article from AAA Motor News, (February 1976). 3. "Me and My Bike and Why." Typescript photocopy with annotations, 8 pp.; typescript photocopy with annotations, 10 pp.; typescript original with annotations, 8 pp.; "Finally, We Were Left Alone, Just Me and My Bike," photocopy of article that appeared in Sports Illustrated (21 February 1972), 4 pp. 4. "Tarpon Hunting." Typescript photocopy with annotations, 21 pp. "Tarpon Hunting,n typescript carbon with annotations, 20 pp. 5. "The Life and Hard Times of Chink's Benjibaby." Correspondence, 1983; typescript original with annotations, 17 pp.; typescript photocopy, 16 pp.; galley for Future Horse, 7 pp. 6. "Roping From A to B." Typescript original with annotations, 23 pp.; typescript carbon with annotations, 22 pp. 7. "The Longest Silence.n Typescript photocopy with annotations, 17 pp.; typescript photocopy ms fragment with annotations, 1 pp.; photocopy of article that appeared in Sports Illustrated (1 December 1969), 9 pp. 8. "Angling Versus Acts of God: A Trip into British Columbia." Typescript carbon, 16 pp. 9. "Another Horse." Typescript original with annotations, 12 pp. 10. "Motocross." Typescript original with annotations, 15 pp.; typescript photocopy with annotations, 16 pp. 11. "The Heart of the Game." Typescript original with annotations, 20 pp.; [untitled] typescript carbon, 22 pp. 12. "Close to the Bone." Typescript original with annotations, 13 pp.; typescript carbon, 13 pp.; Tear sheet of essay from Eastern Review (April 1981). 13. Page Proofs, with annotations, 20 August 1980, photocopy, 121 pp. 14. Page Proofs, with annotations, 22 July 1980, photocopy, 121 pp.

BOX 9A

1. An Outside Chance. Printers MS, 1990. 2. Master Proofs, photocopy with annotations and printers marks, ca. 1990. 3. Tearsheets, offprints from articles as originally published.

BOX 10

Essays and Stories: An Outside Chance

1. Dust Jacket/Cover Art. 5 items. Correspondence, 2 items. 2. Reviews, Photocopies of tearsheets, 13 items. 3. Book MS, Composite corrected manuscript and proof, with annotations, typescript original and photocopy, 169 pp. 4. "Author's Extra Set," photocopy, 294 pp. 5. Galley, with annotations, photocopy, 241 pp. 6. "Page Proofs," signed by author, photocopy, 243 pp.

BOX 11

Novel: Something to be Desired

1. Correspondence, 1983-1984. 3 items. 2. Correspondence, 1984-1985. 14 items. 3. Advertisements--newspapers and periodicals, 3 items. 4. Dust Jacket Art. 3 items, 5. MS, Composite typescript original and carbon with annotations, 253 pp. 6. Corrected Paste-up Galley, 174 pp. 7. MS, typescript original with annotations, 244 pp. 8. MS, "Author's Ribbon Copy,n typescript original with annotations, 243 pp.

BOX 12

Novel: Something to be Desired.

1. MS, typescript photocopy, 56 pp. 2. MS, typescript original, with annotations, on yellow lined legal paper, 17 pp. 3. MS, Master Galleys, photocopy with printers marks, unnumbered, ca. 250 pp. 4. MS, Blue Line, 174 pp. 5. MS, "Slash andBurn Outline," typescript original with annotations, with holograph notes, unnumbered 250 pp.

BOX 13

Novel: Something to Be Desired

1. MS, "Ist Draft," typescript original, with annotations, 254 pp. 2. Reviews, photocopy and original tearsheets, 50 items. 3. Reviews, photocopy and original tearsheets, 70 items. 4. Conference Tour, 1985, University of Florida Writers Festival, 2 items.

BOX 14

Novel: Nobody's Angel

1. Correspondence, 1981-1984. 5 items. 2. MS, typescript photocopy with annotations, 295 pp. 3. MS, Part II of above MS. 4. MS, holograph draft, "Drawn by Hand: A Novel in Progress," 39 pp.; Correspondence, 8 January 1980, TLS, from Elliott Andersen. 5. MS, typescript original, crossed out is title "Drawn by Hand: A Novel in Progress," with annotations, 170 pp. 6. MS, typescript photocopy with annotations, 295 pp.

BOX 15

Novel: Nobody's Angel

1. MS, typescript original, signed by the author with annotations, 295 pp. 2. MS, typescript carbon, 34 pp. 3. MS, "Author's Set Galley," photocopy with printer marks, 74 pp. 4. Dust Jacket Art, 9 items. 5. MS, no title, typescript photocopy with annotations, 16 pp. 6. MS, "Setting Copy," photocopy with printers marks, 295 pp. 7. MS, "Blue Line," with holograph notes, 227 pp.

BOX 16

Novel: Nobody's Angel

1. MS, Galley, photocopy with printers marks, signed by author, 9 September 1980, 74 pp. 2. MS, "Master Sets," photocopy, 174 pp. and 178 pp., 4 November 1980. 3. MS, typescript carbon, 258 pp. 4. MS, typescript photocopy, "Drawn by Hand: A Novel in Progress," 100 pp.

BOX 17

Screenplay: Nobody's Angel

1. Screenplay, first draft, signed by the author, typescript original with annotations, 145 pp. 2. MS, "Nobody's Angel," typescript photocopy with annotations, 48 pp. and miscellaneous pages with annotations, ca. 30 pp. 3. MS, Nobody's Angel, typescript original with annotations, 246 pp. 4. Screenplay, typescript original with annotations, 155 pp. 5. Nobody's Angel, Screenplay, n.d., typescript photocopy, 159 pp. 6. Screenplay, typescript photocopy with annotations, 99 pp. 7. Correspondence and Notes, 1982. TLS, Thomas McGuane to Robert Redford, 22 March 1982, photocopy, 5 pp,; Screenplay pages with notes, miscellaneous pages with annotations, 4 pp.; Screenplay Notes, typescript original, Robert Redford to Thomas McGuane, 4 August 1982, 2 pp.; Notes, [Robert Redford], 14 August 1982, typescript original, Ip.; TLS, "R" [Robert Redford] to Thomas McGuane, 16 August 1982, with notes, 2 pp.; Notes by Robert Redford, typescript original with annotations, 3 pp.; "Specific Notes by Page," typescript original with Tom McGuane's annotations, 5 pp.; "Specific Notes by Page," by Robert Redford, typescript original with annotations, 2 pp.; Untitled notes, typescript original by Robert Redford in collaboration with Sidney Pollack, 3 pp.; TLS, Thomas McGuane to Robert Redford, September 1982, photocopy, 8 pp. with annotations; TL, Thomas McGuane to Robert Redford, September 1982, first page only of incomplete TLS.

BOX 18

Novel: Nobody's Angel

1. Nobody's Angel, paste-up galleys, ca. 250 pp. 2. MS, "In the Crazies," typescript original with annotations, 57 pp.

BOX 19

Stories: To Skin A Cat

1. Correspondence, 1978-1987. TLS, Mark Rydell [Twentieth Century-Fox] to Thomas McGuane, 4 October 1978, Ipp.; TLS, Georgina Capel [Martin, Seeker and Warburg, Ltd.] to Thomas McGuane, 7 January 1987, 1 p. 2. Story in Tri Quarterly 50 (Winter 1981); offprint signed by author. 3. MS, "The Rescue," typescript computer generated original, 11 pp. 4. Promotional broadside ad slick Vintage Press; Jerome Klinkowitz, "The Long and Short of It," High Plains Literary Review (Spring 1987), photocopy, review and analysis of To Skin A Cat E.P. Dutton Fall/Winter 1986-87 Publications Catalog, 5. "Master Set--First Pass," photocopy with printers annotations, 56 pp. 6. MS, typescript computer generated original with annotations, 244 pp. 7. "Author's Galley--Catchline Set," photocopy with printers annotations, 216 pp. 8. "Page Proofs," photocopy, 212 pp.

BOX 20

Stories: To Skin A Cat

1. MS, "To Skin A Cat= A Novella," holograph, 100 pp. 2. Page Proofs, photocopy with annotations, 45 pp.; MS, typescript computer generated original, with annotations, unnumbered, ca. 50 pp. 3. MS, First Draft, typescript original with annotations, 68 pp.; TLS, Susan Breneman to Thomas McGuane, 12 May [1980], 2 pp., with Galley, photocopy with annotations, 30 pp. 4. MS, typescript photocopy with annotations, 67 pp. 5. MS, typescript -original, 67 pp. re: "To Skin A Cat." TLS, Dan Doolin [Rocky Mountain] to Thomas McGuane, 21 May 1984, 1 p. 6. MS, typescript computer generated original with annotations, 24 pp. with miscellaneous pages. re: "Partners." TLS, Alice Turner [Playboy] to Thomas McGuane, 7 May 1986, 1 p. 7. Galley, photocopy, 56 pp. 8. MS, "The Road Atlas," typescript photocopy with annotations, 18 pp.; MS, "The Road Atlas," typescript photocopy with annotations, 21 pp. TLS, Alice K. Turner [Playboy] to Thomas McGuane, 21 May 1986, 1 p., TLS, Camille Hykes [E.P. Dutton] to Thomas McGuane, 15 May 1986, 1 p. 9. MS, "The Alamo, Monticello, and Bunker Hill," typescript carbon with annotations, 23 pp.; MS, "The Alamo, Monticello, and Bunker Hill" and written in title "Road Atlas," typescript carbon with annotations, 25 pp.; "Road Atlas," partial typescript carbon with annotations, pp. 13-21.

BOX 21

Stories: To Skin A Cat

1. MS, "The Millionaire," typescript original with annotations, 25 pp.; MS, "The Millionaire," typescript computer generated original with annotations, 26 pp. 2. MS, "The Skirmish," holograph on legal ruled paper, 13 pp.; MS, "A Skirmish,"typescript computer generated original with annotations, 10 pp; MS, "[Askirmish]", typescript computer generated original with annotations, 10 pp.; MS,"A Skirmish," typescript original with annotations, 13 pp.; Ms, "Skirmish," typescript computer generated original, 13 pp.; MS, ["A Skirmish"], "Early Draft," typescript original with annotations, 13 pp. TLS Charles McGrath [The New Yorker] to Thomas McGuane, 10 June 1985, 1 p. re: "Skirmish. " 3. MS, "The Rescue," typescript original with annotations, Ilpp. [two copies with differing annotations]; MS, "The Rescue," typescript computer generated original, "early draft in 3rd person, Ist person appears in May 1985 Vanity Fair, with annotations, 14 pp.; MS, "The Rescue," typescript photocopy with annotations, 10 pp.; Galley, photocopy, Vanity Fair, 29 July 1985, 7 pp.; tearsheet, "The Rescue", Vanity Fair 49:10 (October 1986); MS, "The Rescue," typescript computer generated original, 11 pp. 4. MS, "The Bellvue Lunch," and "The Partners" pencilled on page, typescript computer generated original with annotations, 20 pp.; MS, "The Bellvue Lunch," typescript original with annotations, 20 pp.; MS, "The Bellvue Lunch," typescript original with annotations, 20 pp.; MS, "The Bellvue Lunch," with "The Partners" pencilled on cover, typescript photocopy, 20 pp. Tearsheet, "Partners," Playboy 33=12 (December 1986), 5. MS, "The Sportsmen," typescript original with annotations, 8 pp.; MS, "The Sportsmen," typescript original with annotations, 6 pp.; MS, "The Sportsmen," "completed first draft," typescript computer generated original with annotations, 8 pp.; tearsheet, "The Sportsmen," Playboy 32:10 (October 1985). TLS, James Morgan [Playboy] to Thomas McGuane, 12 June 1985, 1 p. re: "The Sportsmen." 6. MS, "Two Hours to Kill," typescript original with annotations, 6 pp.; MS, "Two Hours to Kill," typescript photocopy with annotations, 7 pp.; MS, "Two Hours to Kill," typescript photocopy with annotations, 6 pp.; MS, "Two Hours to Kill," typescript original with annotations, 7 pp. 7. MS, "Dogs," typescript computer generated original, 8 pp.; MS, aDogs," original typescript with annotations, 8 pp,; MS, "Dogs," typescript original with annotations, 7 pp.; tearsheet, Grand Street 5:2 (Winter 1986) containing "Dogs" story. 8. MS, "Like A Leaf," typescript photocopy with annotations, 21 pp.; MS, nlike A Leaf," typescript photocopy with annotations, 21 pp.; MS, "Like A Leaf," typescript original with annotations, 23 pp.; MS, "Like A Leaf," typescript original with annotations, 21 pp.; tearsheet, "Like A Leaf," Playboy 30:1 (January 1983); MS, "Like A Leaf," typescript computer generated original with annotations 11 pp., other copy 12 pp. 9. MS, "A Man in Louisiana," typescript photocopy with annotations, 13 pp.; MS, "A Man in Louisiana," typescript original with annotations, 13 pp.; MS, "A Man in Louisiana," typescript original, "first draft," with annotations, 14 pp. TLS, Mary Brown to Thomas McGuane, 22 July 1986, 1 p. re: "A Man in Louisiana." 10. MS, "Flight," typescript photocopy, with annotations, 7 pp.; MS, "Flight," typescript original with annotations, 7 pp.; Galley, "Flight," Esquire (August 1986), photocopy, 2 pp. 11. First Draft Screenplay, typescript carbon, 114 pp. 12. First Draft Screenplay, typescript carbon, 124 pp.

BOX 22

Screenplay: Tom Horn

1. Correspondence. TLS, Huguette Kline to Thomas McGuane, 21 May 1979, 1 p. RE: Will Henry credit on screenplay; TLS carbon, Thomas McGuane to Writers Guild of America, 23 May 1979, 1 p. RE: arbitration over screenplay credit. 2. Conference Notes, 24 and 25 May 1977, photocopy 27pp, involving Steve McQueen, Thomas McGuane, Don Siegal, and Carol Schraeder. 3. Screenplay, holograph, 150 pp. 4. Typescript carbon, 106 pp. 5. First Draft, typescript carbon, 205 pp. 6. [In white binder] typescript composite and photocopy with annotations, ca. 170 pp.

BOX 23

Screenplay: Tom Horn

1. "Tom Horn," typescript carbon screenplay with annotations, n,d., ca. 200 pp, 2. Tom Horn. Screenplay, First Draft, typescript photocopy, 205 pp. 3. Tom Horn. Screenplay, 2 January 1979, typescript photocopy with production marks, 119 pp. 4. Mr. Horn. Screenplay by William Goldman, Lorimar Productions, Final draft, 26 May 1978, typescript photocopy, 206 pp. with colored revision pages. 5. The Life of Tom Horn: Government Scout and Interpreter Written by Himself, Introduction by Dean Krakel, photocopy of publication, 1964, University of Oklahoma Press, 140 pp. BOX 24

Screenplay: Tokyo Bay

1. First Draft Screenplay, based on the novel Dragon at the Gate by Robert Duncan, typescript photocopy with annotations, 136 pp. with holograph notes by McGuane, 6 pp. 2. First Draft Screenplay, typescript original, 143 pp. 3. First Draft Screenplay, typescript original with annotations, 135 pp. 4. Typescript carbon, 144 pp.

Screenplay: Flying Colors

5. Correspondence, 1977. 6. First Draft Screenplay, typescript original with annotations, 128 pp. 7. First Draft Screenplay, typescript photocopy with annotations, 150 pp. 8. Correspondence, Rancho Deluxe.

BOX 25 (BOX 25 IS TO BE OPENED ONLY WITH THE WRITTEN PERMISSION OF Mr. McGUANE)

1. Correspondence: Jim Harrison to Thomas McGuane, Undated. 33 TLS, ca. 40 pp. 13 ALS, ca, 20 pp. 2. Correspondence: Jim Harrison to Thomas McGuane, 1966-1969. 17 TLS, ca, 20 pp. 6 ALS, ca. 15 pp. 3. Correspondence: Jim Harrison to Thomas McGuane, 1970. 16 TLS, ca. 18 pp, 1 ALS, 2 pp. 4. Correspondence: Jim Harrison to Thomas McGuane, 1971. 16 TLS, ca. 25 pp, 5. Correspondence= Jim Harrison to Thomas McGuane, 1972. 16 TLS, ca, 20 pp. 6. Correspondence: Jim Harrison to Thomas McGuane, 1973. 22 TLS, ca, 45 pp. 7. Correspondence: Jim Harrison to Thomas McGuane, 1974- 1979. 6 TLS, ca. 15 pp. 2 ALS, 4 pp. 8. Correspondence: Jim Harrison to Thomas McGuane. 56 TLS, 9. Correspondence: Jim Harrison to Thomas McGuane, 1980. 2 ALS, 4 pp,

BOX 26 (BOX 26 IS TO BE OPENED ONLY WITH THE WRITTEN PERMISSION OF Mr. McGUANE)

1. Correspondence: Jim Harrison to Thomas McGuane, 1981. 6 ALS, ca. 20 pp. 2. Correspondence: Jim Harrison to Thomas McGuane, 1982. 23 ALS, ca, 50 pp. 3 ALS, 7 pp. 3. Correspondence: Jim Harrison to Thomas McGuane, 1983, 1 TLS, 1 p. 18 ALS, ca. 45 pp. 4. Correspondence: Jim Harrison to Thomas McGuane, 1984. 1 TLS, Ip. 15 ALS, ca. 45 pp. 5. Correspondence: Jim Harrision to Thomas McGuane, 1985. 2 TLS, 2pp. 16 ALS, ca. 40 pp. 6. Correspondence: Jim Harrison to Thomas McGuane, 1986. 1 TLS, 1 p. 10 ALS, ca. 20 pp. 7. Correspondence: Jim Harrison to Thomas McGuane, 1987. 21 ALS, 42 pp. 8. Correspondence: Jim Harrison to Thomas McGuane, 1988. 17 ALS, 34 pp. 2 TLS Poems, 2 pp. 9. Correspondence: Jim Harrison to Thomas McGuane, 1989. 18 ALS, 34 pp. 10. Correspondence: Jim Harrison to Thomas McGuane, 1990. 1 TLS, 1 p. 15 ALS, ca, 35 pp. 11. Correspondence: William Hjortsberg to Thomas McGuane, 1965-1972. 24 TLS, Ca. 50 pp. 3 ALS Postcards. 12. FAX, 7pp. of "Fishing: Thomas McGuane, The F-Word," from Esquire (December 1991), with ALS from publisher to Thomas McGuane. 13. "On Westley's River," MS, computer generated with annotations, ca. 60 pp, 14. Correspondence, miscellaneous, 1968-1991, 17 pieces.

BOX 27

Screenplay: Rough Cut

1. Screenplay, typescript photocopy (lacking title page), 143 pp. TLS, Jim Anderson CInternational Creative Management] to Thomas McGuane, 26 November 1979, 1 p. re: Compliments on Rough Cut and To Skin A Cat. 2. "Screen Arbiters," typescript mimeograph, November 1979, 4pp.; "Credits Manual," Writers Guild of America, 19 May 1966 (revised 1976). 3. Diamonds in the Rough. First Draft Screenplay, based on the novel Touch the Lion's Paw by Derek Lambert, typescript carbon, 107 pp. 4. Rough Cut, screenplay, typescript carbon composite with annotations, 130 pp. 5. Diamonds in the Rough. Screenplay, typescript carbon fragments with annotations, ca. 35 pp. 6. Diamonds in the Rough. First Draft Screenplay, typescript carbon, 97 pp. 7. Correspondence, Missouri Breaks, 1975. 8. Missouri Breaks, typescript original with annotations, 118 pp.

BOX 28

Screenplay: Tropical wholesale

1. Typescript original, 123 pp. 2. First Draft Screenplay, typescript photocopy, 144 pp. (bound). 3. Holograph First Draft,"Florida Wholesale" [Tropical Wholesale], 175 pp., legal ruled paper. 4. First Draft Screenplay, typescript carbon, 144 pp. 5. Second Draft Screenplay, August 1979, typescript photocopy, 144 pp. with note from Jeffrey Berg from International Creative Management. 6. Second Draft Screenplay, typescript carbon, August 1979, 130 pp. 7. Holograph notes, 31 pp.

BOX 29

Screenplay: Cold Feet

1. Correspondence. TLS, Bob to Thomas McGuane, n.d., Ip. re: Submission of "Razorback."; TLS, Al G. Hill [AGH Productions] to Gene E. Phillips [Southmark Corp.], 9 June 1987, 1 pp., photocopy, re= "Razorbackn screenplay, and attached to synopsis; ALS, Cassian [Cinema Group Entertainment] to Thomas McGuane, 1 December 1987, 2 pp. re: Failure of "Razorback" deal. 2. Tearsheet, New York Times, 19 May 1989, review; "Three Wierdos and a Horse," 7 Days, 24 May 1989, review. 3. Second draft screenplay, typescript carbon with annotations, 169 pp. 4. "Razorback,n typescript carbon, 100 pp. 5. [no title page], typescript original with annotations, 99 pp. 6. "Cold Feet," by Thomas McGuane and Jim Harrison, Avenue Entertainment, typescript photocopy, 105 pp. 7. "Cold Feet," Recruited Audience Survey, 24 October 1988, National Research Group, 14 pp. Contract copy for Screen Actors Guild, 20 June 1988, for Tom McGuane as actor. 8. [no title page], typescript original with annotations, 100 pp

BOX 30

Screenplay: The Boulevard West

1. "The Boulevard West," Second Draft, typescript carbon, 142 pp. 2. "The Boulevard West," typescript carbon with annotations, 110 pp. 3. "The Boulevard West, typescript original with annotations, ca. 150 pp. 4. "The Boulevard West," Original Final Draft, typescript original with annotations, 130 pp. 5. [no title page], typescript carbon, 144 pp. 6. "The Boulevard West," typescript carbon, 107 pp. 7. "The Boulevard West," typescript photocopy with annotations, 115 pp. 8. "The Boulevard West," Second Draft, typescript photocopy, 144 pp.

BOX 31

Novel: Keep the Chance

1. Correspondence, 1989-1991. 51 items. 2. Reviews. Tearsheets and photocopies from publications, ca, 35 items. 3. MS, Master Set, photocopy, 266 pp. 4. Press Releases, Houghton-Mifflin publishers. 5. Dust Jacket/Cover Art. 3 items. 6. Publishers Catalogs. Houghton-Mifflin publishers, M6tS Publishers (Canada). 7. Galley, for Smart (July-August 1989), photocopy, 17pp. 8. TLS, Sarah Burnes [Houghton Mifflin Co.] to Thomas McGuane, re: cover design for Swedish edition of Keep the Change.; 1 TN, re: questions for Swedish translation of Keep the Chance, from Ingvar Skogsberg. Color photocopy of dust jacket design. 9. Keep the Change, Screenplay by John Miglis, 25 July 1991, photocopy, 111 pp., with TLS, Dorian Frankel to TM, -[International Creative Management], 7 August 1991, Ip., 3 Bozeman [Montana] Chronicle newspapers with articles describing production of Keep the Change on location.

BOX 32

Novel and Screenplay: Keep the Chance

1. Reviews--European Promotional Tour. 21 items, British, Dutch, French, and Italian periodicals. 2. European Book Tour--Itineraries. 3. MS, nKeep the Change,n typescript photocopy, 19 pp. 4. MS, Printers MS with Printers marks, "Keep the Change," typescript computer generated original, 266 pp. 5. MS, Author's Marked Set, "Keep the Change," 5 April 1989, photocopy galley, 230 pp. 6. MS, Author's Extra Set, "Keep the Change," photocopy galley, 230 pp. 7. MS, "Keep the Change," typescript computer generated original, 268 pp.

BOX 33

1. Correspondence, 1990. 40 items, TLS, Lesley Karsten [Center for Visual History] to TM, 23 June 1990, 1 p. re: film crew visit. TLS, Gordon N. Conable [Monroe County Library System] to TM, 19 June 1990, 1 p. re: cook book. TLS, Robert D. Lomis [Random house] to TM, 17 July 1985, 1 p. RE: Something to be Desired. TLS, Robert D. Loomis [Random House] to TM, 19 August 1985, 1 p. RE= paperback sales. TLS, John Mitchell to TM, n,d., re: Tom's latest book. TLS, David A. Kaufelt [Writers & Key West] to TM, 19 May 1987, 1 p. re: join seminar board, TLS, Bill Kittredge and Annick Smith [Centennial Anthology Project] to TM, 21 April 1987, 4 pp. re: The Last Best Place. TLScc, John Hawkins [John Hawkins bt Associates, Inc.] to Jonathan Galassi, 1 p. re: Panama. TLS, Natalie Bowen [Houghton-Mifflin editor] to TM, 13 January 1989, 1 p. re: Keep the Change TLS, William McPheron to TM, 1 August 1989, 1 p. re: Stanford University Creative Writing Exhibit. TLS, Nick Lyons [Lyons & Burford] to TM, 21 September 1989, 1 p. re: Keep the Change TLS, Kirk Robertson CNevada State Council on the Arts] to TM, 9 October 1989, 1 p. re: Readings series. TLS, Aimee Cohen [Houghton-Mifflin] to TM, 28 September 1989, 1 p. re: personal. TLS, Tom Martin [CBS News] to TM, 28 September 1989, fragment. re: McGuane's reading in New York. TLS, David Plumb to TM, 10 October 1989, 2 pp. re: personal. TLS, Mary to TM, 11 October 1989, 2 pp. re: Dissertation on TM. TLS, Greg Morris [Penn State University] to TM, 9 April 1989, 1 p. re: "Thomas McGuane: Fiction and Film." TLS, 26 October 1989, ibid. TLS, Julia [Vogue] to TM, 15 September [1990], 1 p. re= article in London Vogue. TLS, Sam Halpert to TM, 19 October 1989, 1 p. re: personal. TLS, Jonathan Silvers to TM, 5 December 1989, 2 pp. re: TM's writings. TLS, John Allured to TM, 23 November 1989, 2 pp. re: TM's writings. TLS, David Payne to TM, 9 October 1989, Ip. re: Keep the Chance, TLS, Melinda to TM, 5 October 1989, 2 pp. re: Writing. TLS, Michael J. Rosen to TM, 5 January 1990, Ip. re: TM's writings. TLS, David to TM, n.d, re: Interview article. TLS, [Time] to TM, 6 October 1990, 1 p. TLS, Michel Vezina to TM, 4 July 1990, 1 p. re: Canadian film Sinsins Bridses. TLS, William D. Trago Meadow Run Press] to TM, 17 July 1990, 2 pp. re: Fishing and The Book of the Tarpon. TLS, John Boykin to TM [Stanford Magazine] 8 January 1991, 1 p. re: Centennial issue honoring Stegner Fellows. TLS, Don Henley to TM, 26 April 1991, 2 pp . re: Walden Wood's Project. TLS, Guy [Time] to TM, 7 September 1990, 1 p. re: Personal ALS, Lois Welch to TM, 1 November 1988, 1 p. re: Reading at University of Montana. TLS, Ralph M. DeVries to TM, 7 December 1988, 1 p. re: "Thomas McGuane: His Fiction and Film." TLS, Jim Hepworth [Lewis-Clark State College] to TM, 8 November 1988, 1 p. re: Speaking engagement. Jim Hepworth [Lewis-Clark State College] to TM, 8 November 1988, 1 p. re= Wallace Stegner Lecture. TLS, Ralph M. DeVries [University of Wyomingl, 12 January 1989, 1 p. re: "Tom McGuane: His Fiction and Film." TLS, Ralph M. DeVries [University of Wyoming], 31 October 1988, 1 p. re: Tom McGuane: His Fiction and Film, TLS, James R. Hepworth to TM, 28 February 1989, 1 p. re: Wallace Stegner Lecture. TLS, Harry R. Harington [University of Montana] to TM, 10 February 1989, Ip. re: McGuane speech. TLS, Janet Heisey [McClellan.bt Stewart Books] to TM, 31 May 1989, 1 p. re: Canadian publication of TM's work s. TLS, Nick Lyons to TM, 11 August 1989, Ip. re: promotion for book. ALS, Dex CDexter Westrum] to TM, 14 June 1989, 1 p. re: Book on McGuane. TLS, Camille Hykes [Houghton-Mifflin] to TM, 29 April 1991, 1 p. re: Sales of books in France. TLS, Dan W. Lufkin to Yvon Chouinard, 26 September 1990, 1 p. carbon to McGuane, re: Investments. TLS, Michael J. Rosen to TM, 10 October 1990, 2pp. re: Writing offer. TLS, Annick Smith and Bill Kittredge, 17 May 1987, 1 p. re: The Last Best Plac e, TLS, John Boykin EStanford Magazine] 13 September 1990, 1 p. re: TM's participation in magazine issue. TLS, Dr. Hiram L. Davis to TM, 6 May 1991, 1 p. re: Writing offer. TLS, Dr. Hiram L. Davis to TM, 24 June 1991, 1 p. re: Writing offer. TLS, Paul Mandelbaum to TM, 13 March 1991, 1 p. re: Writing offer. ALS, Martina E, Vireiol to TM, 19 July 1991, 1 p. re: Screenplay for Nobody's Angel. ALS, Martina E. Vireiol to TM, 1 August 1991, 2 pp. re: Editorial work on screenplay for Nobody's Angel.

BOX 34

Novel: Nothing But Blue Skies

1. MS, Nothing But Blue Skies: A Novel in Progress by Thomas McGuane. Computer generated typescript original, n.d,, 426 pp. 2. MS, Nothing But Blue Skies: A Novel in Progress by Thomas McGuane. Computer generated typescript original, n.d,, 424 pp.

BOX 35

Novel: Nothing But Blue Skies

1. MS, Nothing But Blue Skies: A Novel by Thomas McGuane [in ink on the title page], n.d. computer generated typescript original with annotations, 170 pp. 2. MS, Nothing But Blue Skies: A Novel by Thomas McGuane "Must be Fall 1991" [in ink on title page]. Computer generated typescript original with annotations, 152 pp.

BOX 36

1. "Thomas McGuane: His Fiction and Film." Symposium at the University of Wyoming, 23 and 24 March 1989. 3 T-120 VHS Videocassettes. 2. Thomas McGuane, Montana Historical Society, November 1990. T-120 VHS Videocassette. 3. Thomas McGuane, interview, 1990. T-120 VHS Videocassette. 4. "A Conversation with Thomas McGuane," Second Saturday Lecture Series, Mobile, Alabama, 10 May 1986. T-160 VHS Video cassette. 5. "Tom Interview," Columbia LX Audiocassette T-90.

BOX 37

Novel: 92 In the Shade

1. First draft, original typescript and some Xeroxed pages, all on author's personalized stationery, loose with many original changes and additions in the author's hand, signed by the author on the title page. 2. Second draft, original typescript of the novel on the author's personalized stationery. Sheets contain many original changes and additions in the author's hand. In a loose leaf binder, signed by the author. 3. Third draft, Xerox of typescript with many original changes in ink. Loose sheets, signed by the author on the title page.

BOX 38

Novel: 92 in the Shade

4. Third draft, Xerox of typescript with many original changes in ink. Quite similar to #3 above. Loose sheets in loose leaf vinyl notebook. Signed by the author on the title page with notation, "last changes before galleys." 5. Final draft, original typescript with original changes in ink as well as typesetting instructions. Signed by author on title page. 6. Unbound galley proofs of the novel dated March 1, 1973. Stapled with handwritten note from editor Michael DeCapula (dated March 23, 1973) in which he lists the changes the author dictated over the telephone. 7. Unbound "First Proof" galleys. Signed by the author. 8. Design for book's title page layout. 9. Design for drawings to appear on book's title page. 10. Original letter from Roger Straus (president of Farrar Straus & Giroux) to the author stating how he is pleased with the book. 11. Handwritten short note to the author from his editor. 12. Xerox copy of letter from Farrar Straus & Giroux to Fiction magazine concerning the copyright of 92 in the Shade. 13. Xerox of typescript of flyleaf notes for the novel, including changes made therein. 14. Proof of flyleaf notes for the novel.

BOX 39

Screenplay: 92 in the Shade

15. Four spiral notebooks filled with handwritten notes by the author relating to the screenplay for 92 in the Shade. These notes are quite complete and relate to all aspects of the screenwriting process. Each notebook is signed by the author on its cover. 16. Original typescript of the first draft of author's screenplay adaptation, loose with many original changes, signed by the author on the title page. 17. Original typescript of the second draft of author's screenplay adaptation loose with many original changes, no title page, signed by the author.

BOX 40

Screenplay: 92 in the Shade

18. Xerox copy of the shooting script for the film. This is the author/director's own copy in a loose leaf binder. Signed by the author. 19. Xerox of the film's call sheets (35 sheets), Xeroxed on both sides. Laid into a manila envelope. Envelope signed by the author. 20. Xerox of film's screen order. Signed by the author. 21. Xerox of the film's second draft titles. Signed by the author. 22. Xerox of the film's post production schedule. Signed by the author.

BOX 41

Novel: Panama

1. Original typescript of the first draft of the novel, original title THE THIRD MOURNER FROM THE LEFT typed on the title page, with PANAMA written in hand across the top of the page, many original changes throughout, in brown loose leaf notebook, signed by the author on the title page. 2. Original typescript of the second draft of the novel, loose sheets, no changes in hand, signed by the author on the title page. 3. Carbon typescript of the second draft of the novel, loose sheets, numerous changes throughout in ink, signed by the author on the title page. 4. 18 legal sized, lined, yellow sheets, containing handwritten, line-by-line changes made by the author, signed by the author on the first page. 5. Typed list from the author's editor listing changes agreed upon by the author over the phone, dated June 1, 1978. 6. Xerox of the proposed title page for the book, including proposed page ornaments, with notes, signed by the author. 7. Xerox of page mockups with notes, signed by the author. 8. Sample pages from the printer with hand written notes, signed by the author. 9. Typed letter from Paul Reynolds, Inc. to the author concerning the return of the author's manuscript of Panama. 10. Xerox of three versions of the flyleaf blurb for PANAMA with editor's notes, signed by the author.

BOX 42

Novel: Panama

11. Unbound proofs for the novel, signed by the author.

BOX 43

Novel and Screenplay: The Bushwacked Piano

1. First draft, original typescript, loose with many original changes and additions in the author's hand, signed by the author on the title page. 2. First draft, Xerox copy, loose, signed by the author on the title page with many original changes and additions in the author's hand. 3. Final draft, Xerox copy, loose with many original changes and additions in the author's hand, along with typesetting and layout directions written in, signed by the author. 4. Xerox copy of the author's screenplay of the adaptation of the novel, pinned in unmarked cream wrappers, very fine, dated March 1971, written for Robert De Niro but never produced, signed by the author.

BOX 44

Novel: The Bushwacked Piano

5. Unknown draft, loose signed by author on title page. Pages 3 - 214 only with minor corrections. 6. Unknown draft, loose, signed by author with hand written note: "Rodeo Chapter Missing" on title page. 7. Another unknown draft, loose, signed by author.

BOX 45

Novel and Screenplay: The Sporting Club

1. Final draft, Xerox copy, loose with many original changes and typesetting instructions, shows novel's original title - Centennial Moon, signed by the author. 2. First draft of Lorenzo Semple Jr.'s screenplay adaptation of the novel, pinned in printed yellow wrappers. The film was released in 1971, signed by McGuane on the title page.

Screenplay: The Missouri Breaks

1. Original typescript of the first draft screenplay, with alternate title "The Relay" written across the top of the title page, numerous original changes, loose sheets, signed by the author on the title page. 2. Original typescript of the second draft of the screenplay, a few original changes, loose sheets laid into a yellow vinyl folder, signed by the author on the title page. 3. Xerox of the third draft of the screenplay, pinned into cream wrappers, dated June 20, 1975, no changes written in, signed by the author on the title page. 4. Xerox of the final draft of the screenplay, numerous markings and typesetting instructions preparing the screenplay for publication in book form, includes introduction to book and short bibliographies of Marlon Brando, Jack Nicholson, Kathleen Lloyd, Arthur Penn (director) , Elliott Kastner (producer), Robert Sherman (producer), and Thomas McGuane, signed by the author on the title page. 5. Casting call poster for the film displayed on location to get bit extras, signed by the author. Stills from the movie (gift of Pete Dzworkoski, July 1984)

BOX 46

Screenplay: Rancho Deluxe

1. Original typescript of the screenplay, loose with original changes in ink written in, signed by the author on the title page. 2. Xerox of the second draft of the screenplay pinned in blue/gray vinyl wrappers, signed by the author on the title page. 3. Xerox of the second draft of the screenplay pinned in black vinyl wrappers, signed by the author on the title page. 4. Xerox of the final draft of the screenplay with some original typed pages within, some original changes in ink, film call sheets laid in, in black notebook with clasp, embossed with film's name and author's name, signed by the author on the title page.

BOX 47

Correspondence

1. Correspondence, 1969-1971.

Short Stories

2. "The Road Atlas," 18 page typescript in black folder with signed letter from McGuane to "Trish" dated May 21, 1986. Dealer note laid in. 3. "Something To Be Desired," 21 page typescript of first chapter.

Screenplay: Tom Horn

4. Tom Horn, Xerox of screenplay dated "9/6/78."

BOX 48

1. Foreign newspaper and magazine clippings. 2. Miscellaneous reviews and correspondence. 3. Miscellaneous correspondence. 4. Manuscript: "The Two Nobel Kinsmen and the Maid's Tragedy," by Thomas McGuane for English 124/126, Yale University. Typescript original, with annotations, 37 pages. 5. Invitations to write.

Miscellaneous manuscript material

6. Bushwhacked Piano. Misc. MS material, 22 pp., typescript carbon with annotations. An Outside Chance. "Wading the Hazards," ca.50 pp., typescript original with annotations. "Dogs," early MS draft "Time and the Beamer," typescript original with annotations, 8 pp. "Flying Colors," screenplay, TLS, Alex Canner, 13 August 1988, 3 pp. An Outside Chance. "Traveler," MS story galley, To Skin a Cat. "Rescue," MS draft, typescript original with annotations, 15 pp. TLS, Tom Carney, n.d., 2 pp.

BOX 49

1. ALS, George Hooker, n.d. ALS, Larry [Winn Galleries] , 2 April 1983, 1 p. MS, unidentified typescript pages. Nobody's Angel. MS, misc. manuscript pages, typescript original and holograph with annotations, 30 pp. The Sporting Club. "Centennial Moon," story MS, typescript photocopy, 15 pp. 2. Manuscript fragments. 3. Wallace Stegner Fellowship and other applications by Tom McGuane for teaching positions/writing fellowships. Correspondence, 1957-1968. 4. Bushwhacked Piano. MS, misc. pages of screenplay, typescript original and carbon with annotations. 5. Bushwhacked Piano. MS, misc. pages ca. 1970, typescript, carbon, photocopy. 6. Bushwhacked Piano. MS, typescript misc. pages not used, typescript original with annotations. 7. Bushwhacked Piano. MS, misc. pages ca. 1970, typescript, carbon, photocopy.

BOX 50

1. An Outside Chance. Galley, photocopy with annotations, inscribed by the author on title page. 2. MS, "Outside Chance," Author's Marked Set, photocopy, 9 June 1990, 291 pp. 3. Nobody's Angel. "Chapter Seven, High Plains Drifter." MS, typescript photocopy. The Sporting Club. "Chapter Two, Rivalry and Comic Violence," MS, typescript photocopy. The Bushwhacked Piano, "Chapter Three, The Protagonist at Large," MS, typescript photocopy with annotations. Ninety-two in the Shade, "Chapter Four, The Discovery of a Life." MS, typescript photocopy. Something to be Desired. "Chapter Eight, From Son to Father." MS, typescript photocopy. To Skin A Cat, "Chapter Nine, Something Old, Something New." MS, typescript photocopy with annotations. [Untitled], MS, typescript original with annotations.

Correspondence

4. ALS, Dan [Billings Gazette] to TM, 6 Dec. 1989. TLS, Kester Freriks [NRC Handelsblad] to TM, 15 April 1989, with article by the author. TLS, Gillian Silverman [Viking Penguin] to TM, 10 April 1991, with color dust jacket from The Sporting Club (paperback).

Screenplay: Tom Horn

5. First draft. Screenplay, typescript carbon, 17 pp. n.d.
6. Miscellaneous MS, working drafts of various articles.
7. Book Fair Material.




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