Subject Source: Local sources
Found in 4 Collections and/or Records:
Abstract The Eugene Manlove Rhodes collection consists of manuscripts of books, essays, articles, poetry, book reviews, and short stories. Also included are items from Rhodes’ wife, May Davidson Rhodes, and a variety of material related to the life and work of Rhodes.
Abstract Keith Wilson is a native New Mexican poet, short story writer, decorated United States Navy veteran, Professor Emeritus in the Department English at New Mexico State University, and author of twenty seven books. The Keith Wilson papers span the years 1957- 2003, and include thirteen series, with the bulk of the material consisting of correspondence and manuscripts.
Dates: 1957 - 2003
Abstract Manuscripts and notes for Cowboys and Cattleman, “Indian Women of the Southwest,” and “More Indian Women” written by Lela and Rufus Waltrip of Artesia, New Mexico.
Abstract Writer of Western fiction. Consists of a five-page draft of typescript, on paper previously used for another manuscript, of Raine’s “Eugene Manlove Rhodes, American” published in The Westerners, Denver Posse, Brand Book, 1945, and a letter addressed to editor Herb Brayer.