Authors, American -- Archives -- Virginia
Found in 8 Collections and/or Records:
The collection consists of approximately 100 items. The bulk of the material concerns Black Brother, a long, unfinished manuscript that Mrs. Andrews was working on when she died. Some of her notes and research materials are included, as well as seven of her short stories. There are two pages that have been identified as belonging to George Washington's Country.
The Margaret Waller Freeman Cabell papers date from 1910 to 1982 and consist of papers and memorabilia from the activities of Cabell, James Branch Cabell, Ballard Hartwell Cabell, and other family members. The bulk of the collection contains correspondence between Margaret Freeman Cabell, James Branch Cabell, and their friends, colleagues, and business associates.
This collection covers the span of Miss Stone's working life from 1920 onward. The material divides itself into three groups. The first group includes dialogues by Miss Stone about her job and the people, places and things which she encountered. The second group includes correspondence dating from 1920 to 1976. The third group consists of the majority of her literary works including essays, poetry, short stories and class notes.