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Register of the Pease (Howard) Papers, 1907-1973
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Description
Included in the Howard Pease Papers are drafts of some of his published novels, short stories and newspaper articles as well as correspondence from family, friends, fans and business associates. The collection also contains memorabilia, including awards, reviews, photographs and diplomas.
Background
Born in Stockton (Calif.) on September 6, 1894, Howard Pease began his writing career with a story written in 1907 while he was in the sixth grade. After graduating from Stanford University and working for a time as a merchant seaman, Pease published his first story in the June 1921 issue of "American Boy." His first published novel, "The Tattooed Man" (1926), was followed by twenty-one others. During most of his career Pease also taught high school English. He resided in the Bay Area until his death (1974). For additional data see: Jennings, Shirley May, "A study of the genesis of the twenty-two published children's novels, by Howard Pease," (unpublished doctoral dissertation, UOP, 1969).
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Collection is open for research.