This collection contains notebooks, galleys, drafts, and outlines for Anne Hawkins' books about the Pony Express, along with
some of her correspondence. Hawkins was a stenographer who lived in Southern California and was the author of
Too Like the Lightning,
Pony Express and
To the Swift.
Anne Hawkins was born in San Francisco and educated at the University of California and the London School of Economics. Before
To the Swift, she worked as a stenographer, court reporter and publicity writer. She lived in Southern California.
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