Title:Harvey Fergusson papers, 1906-1953
Creator/Contributor:Fergusson, Harvey, 1890-1971, creator
Includes diaries, 1906-1945; journals, 1946-1953; notebooks; drafts of writings; letters from readers; and typescript of an
autobiographical novel, 1920. Included are drafts of Grant of kingdom, People in power, The unknown hero, Footloose McGarnigal,
Wolf song, The sea of grass (C. Richter), A man who liked women, and Home in the west.
New Mexico -- Fiction
The Bancroft Library also holds additional papers of Harvey Fergusson: BANC MSS 67/174 p; BANC MSS 72/61 p; and BANC MSS 84/158
Photographs transferred to the Bancroft Pictorial Collections (BANC PIC 1955.009--PIC)
Author Harvey Fergusson was born in New Mexico and settled eventually in Berkeley, Calif. Most of his fiction is set in New
Mexico, including his popular trilogy of novels Blood of the conquerers (1921), Wolf song (1927), and In those days (1929).
His autobiographical novel Home in the West was published in 1945.
Temporary list of contents available.
4 cartons, 1 box.
BANC MSS P-E 221 box 1
BANC MSS P-E 221 carton 1
BANC MSS P-E 221 carton 2
BANC MSS P-E 221 carton 3
BANC MSS P-E 221 carton 4