Collection contains signed typescripts of Ray Bradbury's short stories "The Everlasting Clock," "The Man Upstairs," "Powerhouse,"
and "Skeleton." Also included in the collection are his introduction to Jules Verne's
Mysterious Island and six letters from Bradbury to Dorothy Faulkner, dated 1950-1962.
Ray Bradbury (b. 1920), a prolific writer of science fiction and fantasy, moved to Los Angeles as a child and has lived there
ever since. He is best known for his books
The Martian Chronicles and
Farenheit 451, but he has also adapted his stories for television and film and has written about 600 short stories.
0.3 Linear feet
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when reusing such materials. The copyright to unpublished materials belongs to the heirs of the writers. Permission to publish,
quote, or reproduce must be secured from the repository and the copyright holder.
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