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Collection Number: CW2.4

Collection Title: Sallie Faxon Saunders Papers on Thomas Wolfe, 1923-1967

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Size 0.5 feet of linear shelf space (approximately 50 items)
Abstract Sallie Faxon Saunders accompanied Thomas Wolfe in New Mexico as part of his western journey of 1938. She was later the editor of the Junior League Magazine. The collection contains letters from Elizabeth Nowell to Sallie Faxon Saunders relating to Nowell's biography of Thomas Wolfe published in 1960. It also includes letters from Andrew Turnbull relating to his biography of Thomas Wolfe published in 1967. There are also letters from Wolfe's brother Fred Wolfe and mother Julia E. Wolfe about Thomas Wolfe's illness; a photograph of Thomas and Fred Wolfe, 1 August 1937; and two photographs of Thomas Wolfe, 1938, with an annotation on the verso indicating that they were taken by Sallie Faxon Saunder's son in a New York City, N.Y., restaurant.
Creator Saunders, Sallie Faxon.
Language English
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Restrictions to Access
No restrictions. Open for research.
Copyright Notice
Copyright is retained by the authors of items in these papers, or their descendants, as stipulated by United States copyright law.
Preferred Citation
[Identification of item], in the Sallie Faxon Saunders Papers on Thomas Wolfe (#CW2.4), North Carolina Collection, The Wilson Library, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.
Acquisitions Information
Donation.
Sensitive Materials Statement
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Sallie Faxon Saunders accompanied Thomas Wolfe in New Mexico as part of his western journey of 1938. She was later the editor of the Junior League Magazine.

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The collection contains letters from Elizabeth Nowell to Sallie Faxon Saunders relating to Nowell's biography of Thomas Wolfe called Thomas Wolfe: A Biography (1960). It also includes letters from Andrew Turnbull relating to his biography of Thomas Wolfe, also called Thomas Wolfe (1967). There are also letters from Wolfe's brother Fred Wolfe and mother Julia E. Wolfe about Thomas Wolfe's illness; a photograph of Thomas and Fred Wolfe, 1 August 1937; and two photographs of Thomas Wolfe, 1938, with an annotation on the verso indicating that they were taken by Sallie Faxon Saunder's son in a New York City, N.Y., restaurant.

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Processing Information

Processed by: Frances Weaver, A. Hope Shull, Nicholas Graham, 1998

Encoded by: Benjamin Bromley, September 2009

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