Judy Van der Veer (1907-1982) was a author that contributed stories, articles and poems to magazines, and published books.
The collection consists of Van der Veer's manuscripts, notebooks, diaries and correspondence. Manuscripts include
A few happy ones,
The river pasture, and
Brown hills. There are also poems, plays, and stories, mostly written at an early age.
Van der Veer was born on October 17, 1907 in Oil City, Pennsylvania; grew up in San Diego; contributed stories, articles,
and poems to magazines; published books include River pasture (1936), Brown hills (1938), November grass (1940), A few happy ones (1943), My valley in the sky (1959), Hold the rein free (1966), Wallace the wandering pig (1967), Higher than the arrow (1969), To the rescue (1969), The gray mare's colts (1971), and Long trail for Francisco (1974); she died on November 22, 1982 in Ramona, California.
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