Sylvia Ruby Pezoldt (1895-1963) was a journalist, poet, and author of short stories, and non-fiction. She also conducted writing
courses and was a member of the National League of American Pen Women. The collection consists of Pezoldt's manuscripts, correspondence,
photographs, journals, scrapbooks, clippings, and a travel diary (1952-53). The collection also contains copies of her magazine
articles and columns, published poems, personal publicity information, materials relating to writing guidelines and children's
magazines, and publications of the National League of American Pen Women (1957-64).
Sylvia Ruby Thompson was born on July 4, 1895 in Kansas; married Albert R. Pezoldt; became a journalist with the Colorado Springs gazette; wrote children's poems, short stories, and non-fiction; conducted writing courses and was a member of the National League
of American Pen Women; she died in August 1963.
10 boxes (5.0 linear ft.)
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