Carolyn See (1934-2016) was a professor in the UCLA Department of English. Her published books include:
Mothers, daughters (1977), and
Rhine maidens (1981). The collection consists of correspondence, manuscripts and manuscript drafts, clippings, books, and printed materials
related to Carolyn See's literary career.
Carolyn See was born January 13, 1934 in Pasadena, California. She received her undergraduate degree from Los Angeles State
College of Applied Arts and Sciences (now California State Los Angeles), 1957 and her Masters (1961) and Ph.D (1963) from
UCLA. In addition to the novels, memoir, and writing guide See wrote, she also co-wrote Two schools of thought (1991) with John Espey. With Espey and her daughter Lisa See Kendall under the joint pseudonym, Monica Highland, See wrote:
Lotus Land (1983), 110 Shanghai road (1986), Golden days (1986), Greetings from Southern California (1988) and Precious cargo (1990). Carolyn See was a professor of creative writing at UCLA in the Department of English and a regular contributor to
the Washington Post. Carolyn See died July 13, 2016.
65.5 Linear Feet
(131 boxes and 3 oversize boxes)
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