Edwin Corle (1906-1956) was born in Wildwood, New Jersey. He wrote several books and contributed articles and stories to the
Scribner's, and others. The collection consists primarily of manuscripts and typescripts for several of Corle's books as well as first
editions, photographs and captions for some of the books.
Corle was born in Wildwood, New Jersey, on May 7, 1906; AB, University of California at Berkeley, 1928; graduate student at
Yale, 1928-30; married Jean Armstrong, 1944; wrote several books, including Mojave: a Book of Stories (1934), Fig Tree John (1935), People on the Earth (1937), Listen, Bright Angel (1946), Three Ways to Mecca (1947), John Studebaker, an American Dream (1948), The Royal Highway (1949), In Winter Light (1949), The Gila, River of the Southwest (1951), and Billy the Kid (1953); contributed articles and stories to the Atlantic Monthly, Harpers, New Yorker, Scribner's, and others; died, June 11, 1956.
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