Betty Lou Baker (1928-1987) was a writer specializing in historical fiction about the Southwestern U.S. The collection consists
of Baker's manuscripts, galleys, newspaper clippings, publicity releases, ephemera, and correspondence. Manuscripts include
The Shaman's last raid,
Walk the world's rim. Correspondence is with various publishers and other members of the Western Writers of America.
Betty Lou Baker was born on June 20, 1928 in Bloomsburg, Pennsylvania; became a writer specializing in writing historical
fiction about the Southwestern U.S.; she died November 6, 1987 in Tucson, Arizona.
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