Collection consists of page proofs and galley sheets of Gwen Bristow's books, including
Tomorrow is forever, Deep summer, Handsome
road, and This side of glory.
Gwen Bristow was born September 16, 1903 in Marion, South Carolina; BA, Judson college,
1924; attended Columbia University School of Journalism, 1924-25; attended Anderson College;
reporter, New Orleans Times-Picayune, 1925-34; wrote mysteries; her best known work was The
plantation trilogy, which was composed of Deep summer (1937), The
handsome road (1938), and This side of glory (1940); also author of
Tomorrow is forever (1943) and Jubilee trail (1950); died in
New Orleans, Aug. 16, 1980.
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