Adrienne Jones (b.1915) worked as office and managerial worker, cattle rancher, and with youth groups. She is also a free-lance
writer and novelist. The collection consists of Jones' manuscript drafts, galley proofs, books, related papers, correspondence
with editors and publishing houses, and files relating to speaking engagements. Manuscripts include
Whistle down a dark lane,
The hawks of Chelney,
The mural master,
So, nothing is forever,
Another place, another spring,
Ride the far wind,
A matter of spunk,
Long time passing, and
Jones was born Adrienne Applewhite on July 28, 1915 in Atlanta, Georgia; attended UCLA, 1958-59 and UC Irvine, 1972; worked
as office and managerial worker, cattle rancher, and with youth groups; a free-lance writer and novelist, she is the author
of many books, including: Ride the far wind (1964), Another place, another spring (1971), So, nothing is forever (1974), The hawks of Chelney (1977), The beckoner (1980), Whistle down a dark lane (1982), A matter of spunk (1983), Street family (1987), and Long time passing (1990).
26 boxes (13 linear ft.)
1 oversize box
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copyright, are retained by the creators and their heirs. It is the responsibility of the researcher to determine who holds
the copyright and pursue the
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