Primarily literary manuscripts but also includes a small batch of correspondence to Robert Kirsch commenting on his writing
and teaching activities. Included are notes, drafts, revisions, printer's copies, galleys, and some related correspondence
with agents and publishers for a number of Hall's works.
Oakley Maxwell Hall (1920-2008) was a California novelist and graduate of U.C. Berkeley. A native of San Diego, Hall published
over twenty novels in his lifetime, sometimes under the pen names O.M. Hall and Jason Manor.
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