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Vidukon 2008 (2008)
Fandoms: Battlestar Galactica (reboot), Torchwood, Weeds, Black Hawk Down, Dark Angel, Torchwood, Supernatural, Veronica Mars, Moonlight, Eureka, Buffy The Vampire Slayer/Torchwood, Shock To The System, Heathers, Veronica Mars, Hedwig & The Angry Itch, Tin Man, Bones, Heroes, Crank, Doctor Who

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Vidukon 2011 – Cardiff (2011)
Fandoms: Damages, Doctor Who, The King’s Speech, Multimedia (Kaiju films), Eastwick, Criminal Minds (Episode “True Night”), Dog Soldiers (2002), Castle, Billy Eliot, Nodame Cantabile In Europe(live-action), Fringe, Amazing Grace (2006), Wall-E, Community, Women of Star Trek, Whitechapel, Battlestar Galactica (reboot), Ewan MacGregor, Doctor Who, Battlestar Galactica (reboot)/Terminator: The Sarah Connor Chronicles, Star Trek: The Next Generation (Beverly/Deanna), Doctor Who (Nyssa/Tegan), Doctor Who (K-9)

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Auto Ventures: Ultraforce: An Auto-Combat Adventure Module (1984)

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Blade: Mercenaries, Spies, & Private Eyes (1983)

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Hero Games: Fantasy Hero, 5th Edition Playtest (1985)

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Steve Jackson Games: Game Design, Volume 1: Theory and Practice (1981)

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Tunnels and Trolls: The Isle of Darksmoke (1984)

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Tunnels and Trolls: Playbook, 4th edition (1977) (5th printing, October 1977)

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Tunnels and Trolls: Playbook, 5th edition (1979) (2nd printing, January 1980)

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Tunnels and Trolls: Playbook, 5th edition (1979) (3rd printing, October 1980)

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Sorcerer's Apprentice #1 - 5 (Winter 1978 - Winter 1979)

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The Kid From Ozone Park, by Richard Wilson, 1987

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The Meaning of Life and Other Awesome Cosmic Revelations, by Darrell Schweitzer, 1988

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The Null-A Worlds of A.E. Van Vogt, by H.L. Drake, 1989

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A Richard Wilson Checklist, comp. Chris Drumm, 1986

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Folder 1
Davidson, Avram. The Phoenix and the Mirror. Handwritten, 230 boxed file cards pertaining to the novel
Folder 2
Davidson, Avram. List of selected manuscripts. Printed booklet, 13 leaves.
Folder 3
Davidson, Avram. First draft manuscript of The Last Cruise of Captain Blood, or Bloody Man. Typed, 63 leaves, with handwritten corrections.
Trial re-write manuscript of The Last Cruise of Captain Blood, or Bloody Man. Typed, 3 leaves, with handwritten corrections.
Editing inserts. Typed, 20 leaves, leaf fragments taped to sheets of paper.
Folder 4
Davidson, Avram. Manuscript of Skinny. Typed, 29 leaves.
Folder 5
Davidson, Avram. Second draft manuscript of The Big Liberty. 1953. Typed, 18 leaves, carbon copies.
Galley sheets, page numbers 1-14, missing leaf no. 4.
Folder 6
Davidson, Avram. Excerpt from manuscript of Nothing Low or Vile., Chapters I, II, & III. Typed, 28 leaves, with handwritten corrections and carbon copies.
Manuscript of Chapter II from Nothing Low or Vile. Pages 12-27. Typed with handwritten corrections.
"Wouk-bouk", Handwritten, 2 leaves and 2 carbon copies leaves.
First draft manuscript of Nothing Low or Vile. Typed, 28 leaves, with handwritten corrections

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Folder 1
Davidson, Avram. Manuscript of Peregrine: Primus, Parts I-V. Typed, 225 leaves, carbon copies with handwritten corrections and author's signatures.
Folder 2
Davidson, Avram. Galleys of Peregrine: Primus. 108 leaves.
Davidson, Avram to Henry P. Durkin. August 9, 1971, re: book covers, published stories. TLS, 1 leaf, carbon copy.
Folder 3
Davidson, Avram. Manuscript of Ursus of Ultima Tule. Typed, 108 leaves, photocopies, with handwritten corrections.
Masius, Carol to Virginia Kidd. April 24, 1974, re: original manuscript, artwork. TLS, 1 leaf, with handwritten note.
Note re: Ursus of Ultima Thule. Handwritten, 1 leaf.
Note re: The Bear. Handwritten on a napkin.
Note re: missing leaves of Ursus of Ultima Thule, handwritten on an index card.
Davidson to "Sir". Postmarked January 21, 1970, re: questions about an elephant's hamstrings and Achilles tendons. Postcard. Includes written reply.
Folder 4
Avram Davidson Jewish writings and notes. Note re: Kuwaite Revolt. Handwritten, 1 leaf.
Avram Davidson Jewish writings and notes. Metrical version of the psalm of the day, for Tuesday. Handwritten, 1 leaf, with note about original.
Avram Davidson Jewish writings and notes. Excerpt from manuscript re: Jews. Typed, 3 leaves, with handwritten notes and corrections.
Avram Davidson Jewish writings and notes. Booklet A Catechism of Religious and Moral Instruction, for Children of the Hebrew Faith.
Avram Davidson Jewish writings and notes. Manuscript Benny, Buma, and the Solid Gold Wedding Ring. Typed, 15 leaves, with handwritten corrections and author's signature.
Avram Davidson Jewish writings and notes. Manuscript Who is Ethel Schnulrr? Typed, 9 leaves, carbon copies with handwritten notes and corrections, signed by author. 2 copies.
Avram Davidson Jewish writings and notes. Printed drawing with Jewish verse on back.
Avram Davidson Jewish writings and notes. Congregation Beth Israel. Vol. 3. December 1964.
Avram Davidson Jewish writings and notes. Congregation Beth Israel. Vol. 3. November 1964.
Avram Davidson Jewish writings and notes. Davidson, Avram to Oxie Reichler. May 6, 1955, re: Religious Observance Day in the public schools. TLS, 1 leaf.
Avram Davidson Jewish writings and notes. Notes re: Christianity. Handwritten, 1 leaf, with Davidson's signature.
Avram Davidson Jewish writings and notes. Quote from Moshe Hayyim Luzzatto. Handwritten, 1 leaf, with Davidson's signature.
Avram Davidson Jewish writings and notes. Notes re: dream. Handwritten, 4 leaves, with Davidson's signature.
Avram Davidson Jewish writings and notes. Manuscript Democracy and the Synagogue. Typed, 2 leaves, with author's signature.
Avram Davidson Jewish writings and notes. Davidson, Avram to Rabbi N.H.
Avram Davidson Jewish writings and notes. Goldburg. Kislav 18, 5707, re : magazine Liberal Judaism. Typed, 1 leaf, carbon copy, with author's signature.
Avram Davidson Jewish writings and notes. Diglenu, Organ of the Ezra Noar-Agudati. No. 10. December 1945. Teventh 5706.
Avram Davidson Jewish writings and notes. Newspaper clipping from New York Herald Tribune titled "We Pulled a Boner". 1950.
Avram Davidson Jewish writings and notes. Poem by Davidson, Pitum Kak'Toreth. Typed, 1 leaf, with handwritten notes on back.
Avram Davidson Jewish writings and notes. Excerpt from manuscript re: Jewish faith. Typed, 1 leaf, with author's signature.
Avram Davidson Jewish writings and notes. Manuscript re: Jewish faith. Handwritten, 1 leaf, with author's signature.
Avram Davidson Jewish writings and notes. Article from Orthodox Jewish Life Magazine titled "Of Making Many Books". 5 leaves, photocopied from magazine, with author's signature.
Avram Davidson Jewish writings and notes. The Various Jews of Israel, Six Sketches by Davidson. 4 leaves, torn from book, with author's signature.
Avram Davidson Jewish writings and notes. On the Horizon, A Citizen of France (To Hear Him Tell It), by Davidson. 1953. 2 leaves torn from book, with author's signature.
Avram Davidson Jewish writings and notes. The Adcalon Light, A Story by Davidson. 4 leaves, torn from book, with author's signature.
Avram Davidson Jewish writings and notes. The Squire by Davidson. June 1952. 4 leaves, torn from The Jewish Monthly, with author's signature.
Avram Davidson Jewish writings and notes. The Tomb of Jethro, A Story by Davidson. 2 leaves, torn from book, with author's signature.
Avram Davidson Jewish writings and notes. Cyprus Revisited by Davidson. 1 leaf torn from book.
Avram Davidson Jewish writings and notes. Lower Galilee by Davidson. 2 leaves, torn from magazine, with author's signature.
Avram Davidson Jewish writings and notes. The Annals of Mrs. Katz by Davidson. 1 leaf, torn from magazine, with author's signature.
Avram Davidson Jewish writings and notes. Who is Ethel Schnulrr? By Davidson. 6 leaves, torn from Jewish Life, with author's signature.
Avram Davidson Jewish writings and notes. The Descent from Olympus by Davidson. 7 leaves, torn from book, with author's signature.
Avram Davidson Jewish writings and notes. Manuscript of unpurchased story Uncle Nathan. Typed, 17 leaves, with handwritten corrections and author's signature.
Folder 5
Davidson, Avram. Manuscript of unpurchased story A Clash of Personalities. Typed, 19 leaves, with handwritten corrections and author's signature.
Commonplace Book (Diary) of Davidson's. Handwritten.
Excerpt from article "Cyprus". Typed, 3 leaves, with handwritten notes and corrections, and author's signature.
Excerpt of manuscript of Jacob, Jacob, Have No Fear. Typed, 8 leaves, with handwritten notes and corrections, with author's signature.
Manuscript of Blighty. Typed, 15 leaves, carbon copies, with handwritten notes and corrections, with author's signature.
Manuscript of abridged version of Excerpts from a Suppressed Article. Typed, 10 leaves, carbon copies, with handwritten note and author's signature.
Photo of Randy William, a student of Davidson's.
Folder 6
Davidson, Avram. Manuscript of The Lady in the Cup. Typed, 5 leaves, with handwritten notes and corrections, and author's signature.
Davidson, Avram. Manuscript of What Time Is It? Typed, 5 leaves, with handwritten note and author's signature.
Davidson, Avram. Manuscript of Captain Patch. Typed, 10 leaves, with handwritten notes and corrections, and author's signature.
Davidson, Avram. Manuscript of The Shape of the Crocodile. Typed, 13 leaves, with handwritten notes and corrections, and author's signature.
Davidson, Avram. Manuscript of Three Americans. Typed, 18 leaves, with handwritten notes and corrections, and author's signature.
Davidson, Avram. Manuscript of Refrain from Following After. Typed, 9 leaves, with handwritten notes and corrections, and author's signature.
Syshe to Avram Davidson. April 12, 1965, re: article. TLS, 1 leaf.
Folder 7
Davidson, Avram to Donald Dyal. May 19, 1992, re: thank you for list of material. ALS, 1 postcard.

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Folder 1
Davidson, Avram. List s of some of the places applied to for work as lecturer, writer, or instructor. Typed, 27 leaves, with handwritten editing.
Manuscript of descriptions of China from a ghosted book. Typed, 5 leaves, carbon copies with handwritten corrections and author's signature.
Davidson, Avram to Ursula Zuniga. February 15, 1975, re: paying taxes on the location for his son, Ethan M.A. Davidson. TLS, 1 leaf.
Photo of Davidson, 8 1/2 x 11, with Davidson's signature.
Drawing of Davidson in medieval costume, with Davidson's signature.
Sketch of Davidson on spiral notebook paper titled Taras Bulba Laughs. 1972.
Folder 2
Davidson, Avram. A Proposal for an Anthology of Ribald Science Fiction, to be edited by Avram Davidson. Typed, 6 leaves.
Wollheim, Donald A. [Publisher] to Avram Davidson. October 18, 1972, re: Oakland convention, not wishing to publish anthology. TLS, 1 leaf.
Prospectus for an anthology tentatively entitled: Twenty-Fifth Century Bestiary to be edited by Avram Davidson. Typed, 3 leaves, with handwritten corrections.
Folder 3
Davidson, Avram. Book reserve card from the San Francisco Public Library for Graustark by Grace Hayward.
Telegram draft to Howard Babb, Chairman, Department of English, University of California at Irvine. No Date. Handwritten, 2 leaves.
Dummy letter to College Department Heads. Typed, 1 leaf, with handwritten notes and corrections, with Davidson's signature.
The First Workshop Open House Recital program. Dated Saturday, February 15, 1975. Printed, 1 leaf, with handwritten notes and Davidson's signature.
Manuscript of Introduction to the Complete Works of Scott Edelstein. Typed, 5 leaves, carbon copies with handwritten corrections.
Edelstein, Bob to Avram Davidson. July 17, 1974, re: revising introduction, payment for book, Warren Harding. TLS, 1 leaf.
Test given to Davidson by New York University Department of Military Science and Tactics, University Heights, New York. Typed, 3 leaves, with handwritten answers.
Article from National Features Newspapers by Wortny Wilson. "It Isn't Necessarily So!, 'Who DID Write The Battle Hymn of the Republic?'". 1 leaf, carbon copy.
Excerpt from manuscript. Typed, 3 leaves, carbon copies.
Excerpt from letter AD to SW. February 28, 1965, portion of list. Typed, 1 leaf.
Newspaper clipping from San Francisco Jewish Bulletin titled "Japanese at the Western Wall". Friday, April 20, 1973.
Printed copy of Chinese Gordon and the Killer-Dervishes torn from magazine, 8 leaves.
Voter's stub dated July 16, 1966,
Voter's Registration certificate in the State of California, County of Marin.
Certification letter that Arnold Gross attended a Private Course in Professional Writing given by Davidson. May 1, 1973. Typed, 2 leaves, carbon copy with Davidson's signature.
University of California at Irvine Campus and Vicinity Map, with Davidson's signature.
Aeroflot, Issue Four. Sunday, July 4, 1971. Printed, 1 leaf, with Davidson's signature.
New College Press, Volume 2, Number 4, New College of California.
Notes on The Preshed Papers Handwritten, 1 leaf, with James R. Kielty's signature and initialed by Davidson.
Article The Big Money Writers. 4 leaves, torn from magazine, with Davidson's signature.
Folder 4
Stackpoole, Edward V. to Avram Davidson. December 12, 1974, re: part-time position teaching Creative Writing at the University of San Francisco. TLS, 1 leaf.
Johansen, Peter W. to Avram Davidson. February 20, 1973, re: thank you for material for paper, good luck on teaching in spring. TLS, 1 leaf with Davidson's signature.
Rotsler, William to Avram Davidson. Postmarked December 7, 1972. Christmas card with envelope.
McIntyre, Vonda to Avram Davidson. January 21, 1974, re: leaving SFWA, Harlan, snake story. TLS, 1 leaf, with envelope. Enclosed is Analog Science Fiction/Science Fact issue containing McIntyre's story "Of Mist, and Grass, and Sand".
Rodrigues to Avram Davidson. Postmarked March 14, 1975, re: declining to use outside material. ALS, 1 leaf. Enclosed are three index cards with typed and handwritten scenes by Davidson.
Byrne to Avram Davidson. August 11, 1965, re: reason why Davidson's hero must have been working on a colliding beam experiment when he was transported into his unfortunate condition. ALS, 5 leaves, with envelope. Attached:
Newspaper clipping from the San Francisco Chronicle. August 16, 1965, titled "The Laser and Living 3-D Movies".
Excerpt from manuscript Michelrede. Typed, 1 leaf.
Macauley, Robie to Prof. Carl Dolmetsch. October 23, 1975, re: support of nomination of Davidson for writer-in-residence at The College of William and Mary. TLS, 1 leaf.
Macauley, Robie to Kathy Walton. October 23, 1975, re: letter for file. TL, 1 leaf.
Macauley, Robie to Kathy Walton. October 23, 1975, re: letter of recommendation for Davidson. TLS, 1 leaf.
Keilty, Jim to Avram Davidson. April 16, 1975, re: relationship of names Avrum and Avram, asking advice. ALS, 1 leaf.
Walls, James to Avram Davidson. No date, re: The Island Under the Earth. ALS, 1 leaf.
Chaves, Richard R. to Avram Davidson. July 1, 1975, re: savings account being opened for Davidson as trustee for Frodo Davidson. TLS, 1 leaf.
Invitation for The Animated Star Trek, 'How Sharper Than A Serpent's Tooth', with envelope.
Millen, Randall G. to Avram Davidson. June 22, 1975, re: Crown Jewels of Jerusalem. Postcard.
Card with science fiction oriented picture, on back is printed The Adventures of Windjammer Cottage.
Lahn, Ilse to Avram Davidson. October 11, 1975, re: agents, Beer, movie rights. TLS, 1 leaf.
Roogha, Martin to Avram Davidson. February 28, 1974, re: sending autographed picture, desire to correspond, difficulty in obtaining material in Soviet Union. ALS, 1 leaf, with envelope.
Fahnestalk, Steve to Avram Davidson. July 8, 1975, re Lord Esterhazy stories, interview. TLS, 1 leaf, with envelope.
Marine, Adrienne to Margo Shields. September 7, 1973, re: The Sepoy Mutiny, The Phoenix and the Mirror, Crimes and Chaos, cookbook. TLS, 1 leaf.
Roth, George L. to Avram Davidson. October 15, 1974, re: inquiry about position. TLS. 1 leaf.
Hall, James B. to Avram Davidson. August 22, 1974, re: employment possibility. TLS, 1 leaf.
Ramsay, Ray to Avram Davidson. September 5, 1974, re: suggestions for Tunneffe Island, research on Bouvet, reading Purchas his Pilgrimes, possible S&S story. TLS, 1 leaf.
Miller, Austin to Avram Davidson. No date, re: crystal skull, rescue missions. TLS, 1 leaf, with envelope.
Haiblum, Isidore to Avram Davidson. No date, re: gift. ALS, 1 small card.
Isle to Avram Davidson. September 28, 1975, re: collecting from Pyramid. ALS, 1 leaf.
Waters, Thomas A. to Avram Davidson. November 18, 1972, re: writing, Sherry Bottleib, possible projects. TLS, 1 leaf.
Millen, R. to Avram Davidson. April 26, 1973, re: framing a print, Davidson at Irvine. TL, only leaf 2 of letter.
Granere, Everett to Avram Davidson. April 1, 1975, re: travels, life story. ALS, 2 leaves, with envelope.
Leaf torn from Detroit Science Fiction Convention booklet showing pictures of various men.
Davidson, Avram to Philip Hubbard. February 10, 1972, re: moving to new home, sales of his books, writing. TL, carbon copy, first leaf only.
Walker, Alan S. to Avram Davidson. May 1, 1974, re: agreement for Program Corporation of America. TLS, 2 leaves.
Davidson, Avram to Virginia. 1961, re: books; writing. TLS, 1 leaf.
Unknown to Avram Davidson. April 29, 1974, re: Guggenheim award. TLS, 1 leaf.
Pitkin, Doris Buck to Avram Davidson. May 10, 1972, re: vacationing. ALS, 1 leaf, with envelope.
Lucas, Peggy to Avram Davidson. July 10, 1975, re: Dr. Aaron hearing from him, going on vacation. ALS, 1 leaf.
Davidson, Avram to Norman Goldfine. July 9, 1975, re: payment from Pyramid. TLS, carbon copy, 1 leaf.
Davidson, Joey to Avram Davidson. April 23, 1975. ALS, Birthday card.
Invitation to an Open House from Jeane Levinthal. August 3, 1973. ALS, 1 card with envelope.
Murphey, Robert to Mr. Schaffner. September 5, 1975, re: story by Davidson. TLS, 1 leaf.
Tingue, Mrs. Howard B. to John Schaffner. August 26, 1957, re: Davidson's story. TLS, 1 leaf.
Gilbert, Mike to Avram Davidson. December 5, re: art column. ALS, 1 leaf.
Invitation to reading of story The Thinker of Tryllmynrein. Printed, 1 leaf, with envelope.
Bensen, D.R. to Avram Davidson. July 8, 1975, re: WesterCon, Masters of the Maze. TLS, 1 leaf.
Torn piece of paper with Davidson's address and return address on it.
Canfield, Grant to Avram Davidson. July 30, 1975, re: artwork. ALS, 1 leaf, with envelope. Enclosed is index card with typed note re: cartoon, from Davidson.
Neville, Kris to Avram Davidson. January 7, 1973, re: dental filling material. TLS, 1 leaf.
Bensen, D.R. to Avram Davidson. July 29, 1975, re: Masters of the Maze, mazes. TLS, 1 leaf.
Goldstone, Lou to Avram Davidson. November 13, 1974, re: invitation to visit. TLS, 1 postcard.
Keilty, Jim to Avram Davidson. April 21, 1975, re: manuscript. ALS, 1 leaf, with envelope.
Bryant, Paul T. to Avram Davidson. July 17, 1974, re: position on faculty. TLS, 1 leaf.
Order form for subscription to the first volume of Science Fiction Studies from Indiana State University. 1 leaf, printed with Davidson's signature at top of leaf.
Gibbons, Richard P. to Avram Davidson. September 24, 1975, re: ideas for relocation, leaves 7 & 8 of The Song of the Sasquatch, new job. TLS, 2 leaves with envelope.
Becker, Betty to Avram Davidson. June 19, 1973, re: thank you for cooperation. TL, 1 note.
Johansen, Peter W. to Avram Davidson. February 8, 1973, re: term paper on science fiction fandom, interview. TLS, 1 leaf.
Dolmetsch, Carl to Avram Davidson. October 20, 1975, re: Writer-in-Residence position. TLS, 1 leaf.
Davidson, Grania to Avram Davidson. No date, re: visit. ALS, 1 postcard.
Kordell, Nard to Avram Davidson. January 5, 1975, re: convention, printing business, manuscripts. TLS, 1 leaf, with envelope.
Stevik, Dr. Robert D. to Avram Davidson. October 21, 1975, re: getting a job. TLS, 1 leaf.
Barker, Shirley to Avram Davidson. No date, re: postage, publications. ALS, 1 leaf, with envelope.
McCauley, Kirby to Avram Davidson. August 4, re: Ceaseless Stone for part of Eszterhazy. TLS, 1 postcard.
McCauley, Kirby to Avram Davidson. March 11, re: interest in new collection by Davidson. TLS, 1 postcard.
McCauley, Kirby to Avram Davidson. No Date, re: payments. TLS, 1 postcard
McCauley, Kirby to Avram Davidson. No date, re: Tom Disch, new anthology. TLS, 1 letter fragment.
Ferman, Edward L. to Avram Davidson. December 11, 1974, re: series, The Old Woman Who Lived with a Bear, payment. TLS, 1 leaf.
McCauley, Kirby to Avram Davidson. April 9, 1975, re: loan. TLS, 1 leaf.
McCauley, Kirby to Avram Davidson. June 18, re: payment for story, Dell contract, Ed Ferman overbought novelettes. TLS, 1 leaf.
McCauley, Kirby to Avram Davidson. July 1, 1975, re: Don Bensen, contracts, New Pyramid address. TLS, 1 leaf.
McCauley, Kirby to Avram Davidson. February 24, re: publishing contracts. TLS, 1 leaf.
McCauley, Kirby to Davidson. February 11, 1975, re: payment, cashing checks. TLS, 1 leaf.
McCauley, Kirby to Avram Davidson. March 14, 1975, re: Eszterhazy royalties, publishing. TLS, 1 leaf.
McCauley, Kirby to Avram Davidson. December 7, 1974, re: late payments, Ed Ferman. TLS, 1 leaf.
McCauley, Kirby to Avram Davidson. June 2, 1975, re: payments, new novels. TLS, 1 leaf.
McCauley, Kirby to Avram Davidson. December 28, 1974, re: manuscripts, anthology ideas, insurance. TLS, 1 leaf
Jurgensen, Molly to Avram Davidson. No date, re: material for writing episode in history. ALS, 9 leaves.
Davidson, Avram to Kirby McCauley. July 17, 1974, re: Louie and the Library, Limekiller, sending manuscripts to publishers. TLS, 1 leaf, carbon copy.
Davidson, Avram to Kirby McCauley. October 24, 1974, re: An Apple for the Teacher. TL, 1 leaf, carbon copy.
Davidson, Avram to Kirby McCauley. July 9, 1975, re: correspondence with Norman Goldfine, Don Bensen, starting another book. TL, 1 leaf, carbon copy.
Davidson, Avram to Kirby McCauley. February 10, 1975, re: incident at bank. TLS, 1 leaf.
Davidson, Avram to Van Wyck Brooks. No date, re: chapter on Charles Godfre Leland, Vergil Magus, Phoenix and the Mirror. AL, 1 leaf.
Grant, Richard D. to Donald Dyal. September 22, 1985, re: inquiring about the Avram Davidson holdings in Special Collections, Evans Library. TLS, 1 leaf.
Davidson, Avram to Evelyn King. January 11, 1977, re: donating the copy of unpublished novel Dear Annie Vandergale. TLS, 1 leaf, with original envelope.
Folder 5
Magazine article related to Avram Davidson. Lilliput, Vol. 19, No. 6, Issue No. 114. December 1946.
Magazine article related to Avram Davidson. Hugh Walpole by Rupert Hart-Davis, 1952. Photocopy.
Magazine article related to Avram Davidson. The Suspicious Humanist, Vol. 1, No. 5, Spring 1972.
Magazine article related to Avram Davidson. "Ok-LA-Con I Westercon 28, July 3-6, 1975.
Magazine article related to Avram Davidson. Irvine Humanities Review, Fall 1973.
Magazine article related to Avram Davidson. SWFA The Bulletin of The Science Fiction Writers of America, Summer 1974.
Magazine article related to Avram Davidson. Outworlds, Second Quarter, 1974.
Magazine article related to Avram Davidson. Locus, The Newspaper of the Science Fiction Field, Issue 162, July 20, 1974.
Magazine article related to Avram Davidson. Locus, Issue 180, Oct. 27, 1975.
Magazine article related to Avram Davidson. Fantasiae, The Monthly Newsletter of the Fantasy Association, Vol. 2, No. 9. September 1974.
Magazine article related to Avram Davidson. Fantasiae, Vol. 2, No. 1, January 1974.
Magazine article related to Avram Davidson. Locus, Issue 179. September 27, 1975.
Magazine article related to Avram Davidson. Fantasiae, Vol. 1, No. 4. July 1973.
Magazine article related to Avram Davidson. New Venture, An Informal Journal of Speculation, No. 2, 1975, special edition presented to Avram Davidson.
Magazine article "Perseid, The Hero at Forty Reviews and Revises His Legend" by John Barth. 9 leaves torn from magazine.
Magazine article related to Avram Davidson. SWFA Forum, No. 27. 1972.
Magazine article related to Avram Davidson. Photocopy of title leaf of The Vermillion Bird, T'ang Images of the South by Edward H. Schafer, with handwritten note by Davidson re: inspirations for other books.
Magazine article related to Avram Davidson. SWFA Forum, No. 35, September 1974.
Magazine article related to Avram Davidson. Son of the SWFA Journal, Issue 87, April 1973.
Magazine article related to Avram Davidson. Son of the SWFA Journal, Issue 97, July 1973.
Magazine article related to Avram Davidson. New University, University of California at Irvine, Vol. 5, No. 42. April 17, 1973.
Folder 6
Fanzine article related to Avram Davidson material and magazines. "Traveler from an Antique Land" by Davidson, torn from Ellery Queen's Mystery Magazine 20 leaves, signed by Davidson.
Fanzine article related to Avram Davidson material and magazines. The Mirage Press, Ltd. Catalog. Spring 1973 issue.
Fanzine article related to Avram Davidson material and magazines. A Ten Days' Journey from Badwater to Lone Pine by John Oliver Simon. Booklet, signed by author and Davidson.
Fanzine article related to Avram Davidson material and magazines. Photocopy of "Never Look Back" by Davidson, from Bestseller Mystery Magazine. March 1959. 11 leaves.
Fanzine article related to Avram Davidson material and magazines. Boletin de Expedicion, Mexico. November 7, 1972.
Fanzine article related to Avram Davidson material and magazines. TK Graphics, January 197 Book Catalog.
Article related to Avram Davidson material and magazines. The Jewish Monthly, Vol. 6, No. 3. June 1952.
Article related to Avram Davidson material and magazines. Orthodox Jewish Life, Successor to the 'Orthodox Union'. Vol. XIV, No. 5. June 1947, Sivan 5707.
Article related to Avram Davidson material and magazines. Orthodox Jewish Life, Successor to the 'Orthodox Union'. Vol. XVII, No. 1. October 1949, Tishri 5710.
Article related to Avram Davidson material and magazines. Orthodox Jewish Life, Successor to the 'Orthodox Union'. V. XVII, No. 4. April 1950, Nisan 5710.
Article related to Avram Davidson material and magazines. Orthodox Jewish Life, Successor to the 'Orthodox Union'. Vol. XIX, No. 6. July-August 1952, Menachem Av 5712.
Article related to Avram Davidson material and magazines. Orthodox Jewish Life, Successor to the 'Orthodox Union'. Vol. XX, No. 3. January-February 1953, Shevat 5713.
Article related to Avram Davidson material and magazines. Orthodox Jewish Life, Successor to the 'Orthodox Union'. Vol. XXII, No. 5. May-June 1955, Sivan 5715.
Article related to Avram Davidson material and magazines. Orthodox Jewish Life, Successor to the 'Orthodox Union'. Vol. XXIII, No. 5. July-August 1956, Menachem Av 5716, 2 copies.
Article related to Avram Davidson material and magazines. Orthodox Jewish Life, Successor to the 'Orthodox Union'. June 1957, Sivan 5717.

Items 51-100; Dark - Savage

S2-051: THE DARK MAN AND OTHERS. Sauk City, WI: Arkham House. 1963. 1st printing, viii, 284p., introduction by August Derleth, dj. 2000 copies printed. Dj illustrated by Frank Utpatel. 18.5 cm.

Same...N.Y.: Lancer Books (1963). Lancer 75265-095. 95c published, Reprint of the Arkham House edition.

S2-052: THE DEVIL IN IRON. West Kingston R.I.: Donald M. Grant. 1976. 1st printing, 153p., illustrated by Dan Green, dj. 3500 copies published. 25.3 cm.

Same...N.Y.: Grosset & Dunlap, 1978. Reprint of the Grant edition, 14580, 6.95. paper cover. 25.3 cm.

S2-053: ECHOES FROM AN IRON HARP. West Kingston, R.I.: Donald M. Grant, 1972. 1st printing, 109p, illustrated, by Alicia Austin, introduction by Glenn Lord, dj.22.5 cm.

S2-054: EONS OF THE NIGHT. N.Y.: Baen Books, April 1996, 1st printing, ix, 238p., Cover illustrated by C.W. Kelly, introduction by S.M. Stirling, Tlie Robert E. Howard Library Vol. V, Baen, $5.99

S2-055: ETCHINGS IN IVORY. Poems in Prose. Pasadena, Tex.: Glenn Lord, 1968, 1st printing, vi, 26p., introduction by Donald S. Fryer. paper cover. 18 cm. Bookplate of Tevis Clyde Smith.

Same...n.p.: Hall Publications, 1975. 24p, illustrated by John Stewart, introduction by Wayne Warfield, edition, paper cover, 20.3 cm.

S2-056: A GENT FROM BEAR CREEK. West Kingston, R.I.: Donald M. Grant 1968, 1st American Edition. 312p., dj. 18.3 cm,

Same... West Kingston, R.I.: Donald M. Grant. 1975. 1st illustrated edition, 312p., illustrated by Tim Kirk, dj. 19.0 cm.

Same...N.Y.: Kensington, 1975, 1st pb printing, 223p., illustrated by Tim Kirk, Cover illustrated by Jeff Jones, Zebra 132, $1.50. pb.

S2-057: THE GODS OF BAL-SAGOTH. N.Y.: Ace Books, 1979. 1st Ace Printing, 235p., ACE 29525-8 $1.95. pb.

S2-058: GODS OF THE NORTH. West Warwick, R.I.: Necronomicon Press, 1977, 1st printing, 20 iinn Pages, illustrated by Mark King, limited to 750 copies, numbered, paper cover, tipped-in front is port of Howard. 24.2 cm.

S2-059: THE GREY GOD PASSES. Columbia, Pa.: Charles Miller, (1975) 1st edition, 36p., illustrated by Walter Simonson. Blue paper cover printed in silver. 21.8 cm.

S2-060: THE GRIM LAND and Others. Lamoni, IA: Stygian Isle Press, 1975, 32p, 111. by various, introduction by Tevis Clyde Smith, limited to 450 numbered & Signed by the publisher, Jonathan Bacon. Paper cover, 21.6 cm.

S2-061: THE HAND OF KANE. N.Y.: Centaur Books, Inc., (1968), 160p, illustrated by Ned Dameron, cover illustrated by Jeff Jones, Time-Lost Series, $1.50, pb.

Same...N.Y.: Centaur Press (1970), 127p., cover illustrated by Jeff Jones, Time-Lost Series,75c. pb.

S2-062: HAWKS OF OUTREMER. West Kingston, R.I.: Donald M. Grant, 1979, 153p., edition by Richard L. Tierney, illustrated by Rob Macintyre & Chris Pappas, dj, 23.5 cm.

S2-063: HEROES OF BEAR CREEK. N.Y.: Ace Books, (1983). 1st combined Printing, 423p., cover art by James Warhola, Ace Fantasy 0-441-32815-6, $3.95, pb.

S2-064: THE HOUR OF THE DRAGON. N.Y.: Putnam's Sons, (1977) 296p, edited By Karl Edward Wagner, dj. 21.5 cm. Dj price of $8.95

Same...Book club edition, 212p, dj. 20.9 cm.

Same...N.Y.: Berkeley. 1977, 1st pb printing, 296p, lacking foldout poster. Berkeley Medallion Book 0-425-03608-1 $1.95. pb.

Same... West Kingston, R.I.: Donald M. Grant, 1989. 247p., illustrated by Ezra Tucker, dj. 25.2 cm,

S2-065: THE INCREDIBLE ADVENTURES OF DENNIS DORGAN. West Linn, Oregon: Fax Collector's Editions, (1974). 165p., illustrated by Tom Foster, Introduction by Darrell C. Richardson, dj. 23.0 cm.

Same...N.Y.: Kensington Pub., February 1976, 2d Zebra Books Printing, 192p., cover illustrated by Jeff Jones. Zebra 149, $1.50, pb.

S2-066: THE IRON MAN & Other Tales of the Ring. West Kingston, R.L; Donald M. Grant, 1976. 1st edition, 186p, illustrated by David Ireland, introduction by Donald M. Grant, dj. 18.9 cm.

Same...N.Y.; Kensington Pub., 1976. 1st pb, 186p, cover illustrated by Jeff Jones. Zebra Book 171, $1.50, pb.

S2-067: THE IRON MAN with the Adventures of Dennis Dorgan. N.Y.: Ace Books, (1983) 1st pb. 232p., ACE Fantasy 0-441-37365-8. $2.50,pb.

S2-068: ISLE OF PIRATE'S DOOM. Yerba Linda, Ca.: George T. Hamilton, 1975, Xiv, 35p., illustrated by Steve Fabian. Introduction By Fred Blosser, paper cover, dj. 23.0 cm.

S2-069: JEWELS OF GWAHLUR, West Kingston, R.I.: Donald M. Grant, 1979, 122p, illustrated by Dean Morrissey, dj. 25.8 cm. 3000 copies published.

S2-070: KING CONAN. The Hyborean Age. N.Y.: Gnome Press, (1953) 1st printing, 255p., introduction by L. Sprague de Camp, dj design by David Kyle. 20.3 cm.

S2-071: KING KULL by Robert E. Howard and Lin Carter. Edited by Glenn Lord. N.Y.: Lancer Books, 1967. 223p, cover illustrated by Roy G. Krenkel. Lancer Books 73-650,60c, pb

Same...London: Sphere Books, Ltd. Edited by Glenn Lord (Lin Carter not included) 187p, cover illustrated by Chris Achilleos, 60p, pb.

S2-072: THE KING'S SERVICE. Yerba Linda, Ca.: George T. Hamilton, 1976, 1st edition, xiv, 18p., illustrated by Steve Fabian, introduction by Richard L. Tierney. paper cover, dj. 22.9 cm.

S2-073: KULL. West Kingston, R.I.: Donald M. Grant, (1985) 1st edition, 248p, ffl by Ned Dameron, dj. 25.2 cm.

Same.. .deluxe edition, limited to 400 numbered copies signed by the artist. Dj, slipcase.

Same...N.Y.: Bantam Books, September, 1978. 190p, cover illustrated by Lou Feck, introduction by Andrew J. Offirtt, 12019-0, $1.95, pb.

Same...N.Y.: Baen Books, July 1995. 1st printing, 207p., cover art by C. W, Kelly, introduction by Dave Drake. The Robert E. Howard Library Vol. II, Baen, $5.99, pb.

S2-074: THE LAST RIDE. N.Y.: Berkley Books, June 1978. 162p., color foldout 111, 0-425-03754-1 $1.95, pb

S2-075: LEWD TALES. Mount Olive, N.C.: Cryptic Publications, 1987, 22p, cover 111. by Stephen E. Fabian, limited to 350, no. 20 of 20 signed and numbered Copies, paper cover. 21.2 cm.

S2-076: LORD OF THE DEAD. West Kingston, R.I.: Donald M. Grant, 1981. 1st printing, 186p, illustrated introduction by Robert E. Briney, illustrated by Duncan Eagleson, dj, 22.5 cm.

S2-077: *THE LOST VALLEY OF ISKANDER. West Linn, Or.: FAX Collector's Editions. 1974.194p, introduction by Darrell C. Richardson, illustrated by Michael Wm Kaluta, dj. 23.0 cm.

Same...N.Y.: Kensington Pub. Corp., January 1976, 194p, illustrated by Michael Michael W. Kaluta, introduction by Darrell C. Richardson, Zebra Books 157, $1.50, pb.

Same...N.Y.: Berkley Books, September 1979. 207p, introduction by Darrell C. Richardson, (not illustrated), Berkley Book 0-425-04243-X $1.95, pb.

Same...N.Y.: Ace Fantasy Books, 207p, introduction by Darrell C. Richardson, Cover illustrated same as on Berkley Book edition, 0-441-49515-X, $2.95, pb.

S2-078: MARCHERS OF VALHALLA. West Kingston, R.L: Donald M. Grant, 1972. 1st edition, 121p., illustrated by Robert Bruce Acheson, dj.18.0 cm.

Same...N.Y.: Berkley Books, January 1978, 215p., illustrated (foldout plate, introduction by Fritz Lieber, A Berkley Medallion Book, $1.95, pb.

S2-079: MAYHEM ON BEAR CREEK. West Kingston, R.I.: Donald M. Grant, 1979, 1st printing, illustrated by Tim Kirk, dj. 19.0 cm

S2-080: THE MOON OF SKULLS. N.Y.: Centaur Press, (1968), 127p, cover illustrated by Jeff Jones, Time Lost Series 60 cents, bookplate of Tevis Clyde Smith on inside front cover; also inscribed to Smith from Donald M. Grant, pb.

S2-081: NIGHT IMAGES. A Book of Fantasy Verse. N.Y.: The Morning Star Press, (1976) 102p, illustrated by Richard Corben and Frank Frazetta, foreword by John Pocsik, essay on Howard's poetry by Armand Eisen. dj. 28.0 cm. Limited to 1000 numbered copies.

S2-082: PAY DAY. Mt. Olive, N.C.: Cryptic Publications. 1986. 20 p.5, introduction by Robert M. Price, edition Contains eight short tales by Howard. paper cover. 21.2 cm.

S2-083: THE PEOPLE OF THE BLACK CIRCLE. West Kingston RI.: Donald M. Grant, 1974. 149p, illustrated by David Ireland, dj. Printed in edition of 3000 copies. 25.2cm.

Same...N.Y.: Berkley Pub., (1977) 1st Printing, (published December 1978) 293p, edited by Karl Edward Wagner, cover illustrated by Ken Kelly, dj. Laid in is a review copy notice. 21.3 cm.

Same.. .N.Y.: Berkley Pub. Book Club Edition, 215p, same as first except for smaller typesetting, dj. 20.7 cm.

Same...N.Y.: Berkley Pub. Co., (1977) 293p, foldout color plate September 1977, Berkley Medallion Edition $1,95, pb.

S2-084: PIGEONS FROM HELL. N.Y.: Kensington Pub. June 1976. 315p., edition and with an introduction by Glenn Lord, cover illustrated by Jeff Jones, Zebra 189, $1.95, pb.

Same...N.Y.: Ace Books, July 1979, 1st Ace printing, (text same as in Zebra 189, cover illustrated by Esteban Maroto, Ace 66320-6, $1.95, pb.

S2-085: THE POOL OF THE BLACK ONE. West Kingston, R.I.: Donald M. Grant, 1986, 134p., illustrated by Hank Jankus, dj. 25.2 cm.

S2-086: POST OAKS AND SAND ROUGHS. Hampton Falls, N.H.: Donald M. Grant, (1990) 1st edition, 176p., introduction by Glenn Lord, dj illustrated by Phil Hale, 22.7 cm.

S2-087: THE PRIDE OF BEAR CREEK. West Kingston, R.L: Donald M. Grant, 1966. 1st edition, 221 p.s., prefatory note by Glenn Lord, 18.3cm. Former owner’s rubber stamped address on verso half-title page.

Same...West Kingston, ILL: Donald M. Grant, 1977. 1st Illustrated Edition, illustrated by Tim Kirk, Lord's prefatory note not present, dj, 18.8 cm

S2-088: QUEEN OF THE BLACK COAST. West Kingston, R.I.: Donald M. Grant, 1978. 1st edition, 119p, illustrated by Michael R. Hague, dj. 2750 copies published, 25.0 cm.

S2-089: RED BLADES OF CATHAY. By Robert E. Howard & Tevis Clyde Smith. West Kingston, R.I.: Donald M. Grant, 1971. 125p., illustrated by David Karbonik, dj. 18.3 cm. 1,091 copies printed.

Same...Amsterdam, Neth.: Real Free Press, 1975. 33p., illustrated by El Sirigo, paper cover. A Graphic presentation. 22.7cm.

S2-090: RED NAILS. West Kingston, R.I.: Donald M. Grant, 1975, 1st edition, 142p,, illustrated by George Barr, (inscribed on flyleaf by George Barr), dj. 25.4cm. 3500 copies printed.

Same...N.Y.: Berkley Pub. Co. 1977, edited by Karl Edward Wagner, 295p, dj illustrated by Ken Kelly, 21.2 cm.

Same…N.Y.: Berkley Pub. Co. (1977) book club edition, 244p., 20.8cm.

S2-091: RED SHADOWS. West Kingston, RI: Donald M Grant, 1968, 1st edition, 38p., illustrated by Jeff Jones, dj. 18.3cm.

Same... West Kingston, RI: Donald M. Grant, 1978. 337p., illustrated by Jeff Jones, dj. 22.3 cm. Signed by Jeff Jones on flyleaf.

S2-092: THE RETURN OF SKULL FACE. By Robert E. Howard and Richard A. Lupoff. West Linn, Oregon: FAX Collectors Editions, 1977, 96p, illustrated by Stephen E. Leialona, introduction by Frank Belknap Long, dj. Regular Edition. 22.8 cm.

S2-093: RHYMES OF DEATH. n.p.: Dennis McHaney, 1975. 1st edition, 29p., illustrated by Tom Foster, paper cover, 21.1 cm. Limited to 600 copies, signed by the artist.

S2-094: THE ROAD OF AZRAEL. West Kingston, RI: Donald M. Grant, 1979, 229p., illustrated by Roy G. Krenkel, dj. 23.2 cm. Trade Edition.

Same. N.Y.: Bantam Books, July 1980, xiii, 175p, introduction by Gordon R. Dickson, A Bantam Book 13326-8, $2.25, pb

S2-095: THE ROAD TO ROME. 9 numbered pages (1972). 16 unnumbered pages, stiff blue wrappers, String tied, limited to 217 numbered copies, original mailing envelope, 24.6 cm.

S2-096: ROBERT E. HOWARD.SELECTED LETTERS 1923-1930. edited by Glenn Lord. West Warwick, R.L: Necronomicon Press (1989). 1st printing vi, 84p., paper cover, 21.5 cm. 42 letters written by Howard.

S2-097: ROBERT E. HOWARD. SELECTED LETTERS 1931-1936. edited by Glenn Lord. West Warwick, R.I.: Necronomicon Press (1991). 1st printing, vi, 80p., paper cover. 21.6 cm. 50 letters written by Howard.

S2-098: ROGUES IN THE HOUSE. West Kingston, R.I.: Donald M. Grant, 91p, illustrated by Marcus Boas, dj, 25.3 cm. Limited to 3500 copies.

S2-099: RUNES OF AHRH-EIH-ECHE. Lamoni, Iowa: Jonathan Bacon, 1976, 38p, illustrated by Randall Spurgin, paper cover. 28.8 x 22 cm. Limited to 1000 numbered copies signed by Bacon.

S2-0100: THE SAVAGE TALES OF SOLOMON KANE. London: Wandering Star, 1998, vi, 389, appendices (22p) containing a short biography of Howard by Rusty Burke, a brief biography of the artist Gary Gianni, and notes on Howard's original text, laid in is a music CD, an ad for a bronze sculpture, separate color plates, slipcase, no. 274 of 1050, g.te., 23.5cm.

Items 151-200; Years - Blade

S2-151: Carter, Lin, ed. THE YEAR'S BEST FANTASY STORIES. N.Y.: DAW Books, October 1975. 1st printing, 171p, DAW 166, $1.25. pb. Contains: "The Temple Of Abomination."

S2-152: Carter, Lin, ed. THE YEAR'S BEST FANTASY STORIES: 5. N.Y.: Daw Books, January 1980, 1st printing, 204p., DAW Books 370, $1.95, pb. Contains: "Lord of the Dead."

S2-153: Carter, Lin, ed. THE YOUNG MAGICIANS. N.Y.: Ballantine Books, (1969) 1st printing, viii, 280p., Ballantine Books 01730, 95c, pb. Contains: "The Valley of the Worm."

S2-154: De Camp, L. Sprague & George H. Scithers, eds. THE CONAN GRIMOIRE. Baltimore: The Mirage Press, 1972. 1st printing, 261p., illustrated, dj. 21.6 cm. Contains letters By Howard as a review by him that appeared in The Junto. Many articles about Howard by various writers. Limited to 1500 copies.

S2-155: De Camp, L. Sprague, ed. THE FANTASTIC SWORDSMEN. N.Y.: Pyramid Books, May 1967. 1st printing, 204p., Pyramid R-1621, 50c. pb. Contains: "Drums of Tombalku" by Robert E. Howard and L. Sprague de Camp.

S2-156: De Camp, L. Sprague, ed. THE SPELL OF SEVEN. N.Y.: Pyramid Books, Dec 1969. 2nd printing, 192p., illustrated by Virgil Finlay, Pyramid Books T2133, 75c. Contains: "Shadows in Zamboula."

S2-157: De Camp, L. Sprague, ed. SWORDS & SORCERY. N.Y.: Pyramid Books, Dec 1963, 1st printing, 186p., illustrated by Virgil Finlay, Pyramid Books R-950. 50c. pb. Contains: "Shadows in the Moonlight"

S2-158: De Camp, L. Sprague, ed. WARLOCKS AND WARRIORS. N.Y.: G.P. Putnams (1970) 255p., dj illustrated by Jim Steranko. 20.0 cm. Contains: "The Hills of the Dead."

Same...N.Y.: Berkley Books, (1971). 255p., Berkley Medallion Book, 75c. Reprint of the Putnam ed. in pb

S2-159: Derleth, August, ed. DARK MIND, DARK HEART. Sauk City, Wise: Arkham House, 1962. 1st printing, viii, 249p., dj illustrated by Dale Mann. 18.7 cm. Contains: " The Grey God Passes."

Same…London: Mayflower, 1962. 222p., pb.

S2-160: Derleth, August, ed. FIRE AND SLEET AND CANDLELIGHT, Sauk City, Wise: Arkham House, 1961. 1st Ed. 236p., dj. 18,6 cm. Contains: "The Sands of Time" And "Earth-Born." Verse by Howard

Same. ..U.K.: Mayflower Books, 1963. 222p., Mayflower Book 1665-8, 3/6. pb. 1st U.K. reprint of the Arkham House edition.

S2-161: Durwood, Thomas, ed. ARIEL, The Book of Fantasy. Vol. 3. Kansas City, Mo.: Ariel Books (1978). 95p., illustrated paper cover. 30.0 cm. Contains: "Musings" (verse).

S2-162: Dziemianowicz, Stefan R., et al, eds. FAMOUS FANTASTIC MYSTERIES N.Y.: Grarnmercy Books, 1991, 1st printing, xiii, 449p., illustrated by Virgil Finlay, dj. 22.7cm. Contains: "Worms of the Earth."

S2-163: Dziemianowicz, Stefan R., et al, eds. WEIRD TALES. 32 Unearthed Terrors, N.Y.: Bonanza Books, (1988) 1st printing, xv, 655p., introduction by Robert Bloch, dj illustrated by Hannes Bok. 22.8 cm. Contains: "The Shadow Kingdom."

S2-164: Haining, Peter, selec, & introduction WEIRD TALES. A Facsimile of the World's Most Famous Fantasy Magazine. U.K.: Neville Spearman. (1976). 264p., ill, dj. 24.0 cm. Contains: "Black Hound of Death."

S2-165: Howard, Robert E., et al. GHOR Kin-Slayer. The Saga of Genseric's Fifth-Born Son. West Warwick, R.L: Necronomicon Press (1997) 1st printing, 176p., paper cover. 21.5 cm. Chapter 1 is by Robert E. Howard with each of the remaining 16 chapters written by different authors.

S2-166: Kaye, Marvin, ed. WEIRD TALES. The Magazine that Never Dies. N. Y.: Doubleday Book & Music Clubs, Inc., (1988). Xxi, 582p., appendices, illustrated by Richard Kriegler, dj. 20.8 cm. Contains: "Skulls in the Stars."

S2-167: Lord, Glenn, ed. THE BOOK OF ROBERT E. HOWARD. N.Y.: Kensington Pub. February 1976, 1st printing, 345p., illustrated by Jeff Jones, Zebra Book 163. $1.95. Contains Twenty-one selections of stories and verse.

Same...N.Y.: Berkley Books, February 1980. xi, 240p., cover illustrated by Ken Kelly. Berkley Book $1.95. A reprint of the Zebra book edition.

S2-168:
Lord, Glenn, ed. THE SECOND BOOK OF ROBERT E. HOWARD. N.Y.: Kensington Pub., May 1976. 1st printing, 368p., illustrated by Jeff Jones, Zebra Book 183, $1.95. Contains twenty-two selections of stories and verse.

S2-169:
Lord, Glenn, ed. THE HOWARD COLLECTOR. By and About Robert E. Howard N.Y.: Ace Books, April 1979. 1st printing., 267p., ACE $1.95. pb. Contains thirty stories, verse and letters by Howard; and essays & letters about Howard.

S2-170:
McDonald, T. Liam, et al. SEA-CURSED. Thirty Terrifying Tales of the Deep. N.Y.: Barnes & Noble Books, (1994). 545p., dj illustrated by Lynn Binder. 22.7 cm. Contains: "Sea Curse."

S2-171:
Margulies, Leo, selec. WORLDS OF WEIRD. N.Y.: Jove Publications, 1978, 3d printing, 158p., illustrated by Virgil Finlay, introduction by Sam Moskowitz. Jove Book, $1.50, pb
Contains: "The Valley of the Worm."

S2-172:
Moskowitz, Sam, essay. GHOST STORIES. Stories of Ghosts. Evergreen, Co.: Opar Press, 1973. 32p., illustrated, introduction by Glenn Lord, paper cover. 21.5 cm. Index to Ghost Stories magazine by James R. Seiger. "The Apparition of the Prize Ring," by Robert E. Howard.

S2-173:
Moskowitz, Sam, ed. HORRORS UNKNOWN, N.Y.: Berkley Books, February 1976. 210p., Berkley Medallion Book N3063. 95c. pb. Contains: 'The Challenge from Beyond," written by CX. Moore, A. Merritt, HJP. Lovecraft, Robert E. Howard and Frank Belknap Long, Jr.

S2-174:
Offiitt, Andrew J., ed. SWORDS AGAINST DARKNESS. N.Y.: Kensington Pub., February 1977. 1st printing, 288p, Zebra Book 239. $1.95. pb. Contains: "Nekht Semerkehf * by Robert E. Howard and finished by Andrew J. Offiitt

S2-175:
Proctor, Geo. W. & Steven Utley, eds. LONE STAR UNIVERSE, The First Anthology of Texas Science Fiction Authors. Austin, Tex.: Heidelberg Pub. 1976. 1st Ed. 293p., introduction By Harlan Ellison, dj. 21.3 cm. Contains: " The Coming of Bast." (verse)

S2-176:
Santesson, Hans Stefan. THE MIGHTY SWORDSMEN. N.Y.: Lancer Books (1970). 256 p.s Lancer Book, 75c. pb. Contains: "Beyond the Black River."

S2-177:
Shippey, Tom, selec. THE OXFORD BOOK OF FANTASY STORIES. Oxford; Oxford Univ. Press. 1995. 1st printing, 500p., cover illustrated by Pete Lyon, paper cover. 19.6 cm. Oxford Paperbacks. Contains: "The Tower of the Elephant."

S2-178:
Silverberg, Robert & Martin H. Greenberg, compils. THE FANTASY HALL OF FAME. N.Y.: Arbor House. (1983). 43 lp., dj illustrated by E.T. Steadman. 23.3 cm. Contains: "The Valley of the Worm.”

S2-179:
Wagner, Karl Edward, e& ECHOES OF VALOR. N.Y.: Tom Doherty Associates, February 1987. 1st printing, 286p., cover art by Ken Kelly, TOR fantasy $2.95. Contains: "The Black Stranger."

S2-180:
Wagner, Karl Edward, ed. ECHOES OF VALOR II. N.Y.: Tom Doherty, Associates, 1989. 1st printing, 274p., dj illustrated by Rich Berry. 20.7 cm. Contains: "The Frost King's Daughter," and "The Frost-Giant's Daughter."

S2-181:
Wagner, Karl Edward, e& ECHOES OF VALOR III. N.Y.: Tom Doherty Associates, Sept 1991. 1st printing. 374p., cover art by Sam Rakeland. TOR. $3.95.pb. Contains: "The Shadow of the Vulture."

S2-182:
Weinberg, Robert, ed. FAR BELOW and Other Horrors. West Linn, Ore.: FAX Collector's Editions, (1974) 1st Ed. 150p., dj. 22.9 cm. Contains: "Out of the Deep" 1000 copies printed.

S2-183:
Wilkins, Cary, ed. A TREASURY OF FANTASY. Heroic Adventures in Imaginary Lands. N.Y.: Chatham River Press (1984) Revised Edition. Vii, 472p., illustrated, cover illustrated by Ross Hoover, paper cover. 22.7 cm. Contains: "Swords of the Purple Kingdom."

S2-184:
Wilkins, Cary, ed. A TREASURY OF FANTASY. RY.: Gramercy Books (1981) 1995 edition. Viii, 504p., illustrated, dj illustrated by Romas. 23.0 cm. Contains: "Swords of the Purple Kingdom."

S2-185:
Wollheim, Donald E. & George Ernsberger, eds. THE AVON FANTASY READER. (N.Y.: Avon Books, January 1969) 1st printing, 173p,, cover illustrated by Gray Morrow. Avon Book S384, 60c. pb. Contains: " The Witch from Hell's Kitchen."

S2-186:
Wollheim, Donald E. & George Ernsberger, eds. THE 2nd AVON FANTASY READER. (N.Y.: Avon Books, February 1969) 1st printing, 173p. cover illustrated by Gray Morrow. Avon Book S385, 60c. pb. Contains: "The Blonde Goddess of Bal-Sagoth."

S2-187:
Wollheim, Donald E., ed. FANCIFUL TALES. n.p.: Marc A. Mkhaud 1977. 48p., paper cover. 212 cm. Limited to 750 numbered copies. Reprints the 1936 original Vol. 1, No. 1 of the pulp magazine in reduced size.

S2-188:
Wollheim, Donald E., ed. THE MACABRE READER. N.Y.: Ace Books, (1959) ACE Book D-353. 35c, pb. Contains: "The Cairn on the Headland."

S2-189:
Wollheim, Donald E., ed. OPERATION PHANTASY. The Best from The Phantagraph N.Y.: Phantagraph Press, 1967. 59p., 420 numbered & signed Copies (no. 84), dj. 18.4 cm. Contains: "Song at Midnight" (verse)

BOOKS ABOUT OR CONTAINING REFERENCES TO ROBERT E. HOWARD:

S2-190:
Aldiss, Brian W. with David Wingrove. TRILLION YEAR SPREE. The History of Science Fiction. N.Y.: Avon. (1988) 1st Avon Books Trade printing 51 lp.5 notes, bibliog.., Index, paper cover. 20. 1 cm. Contains references to Howard.

S2-191:
Anon. THE ILLUSTRATORS OF R.E.H. ROY G. KRENKEL. n.p., Dennis McHaney, (1975). 12 unn. pages, illustrated by Krenkel. paper cover. 2L5 cm. Contains list of books illus. By Krenkel. Issued as a portion of the 4th issue of The Howard Review.

S2-192:
Anon. THE WHOLE WIDE WORLD. Los Angeles, Ca.: The Kushner-Locke Company. N.d. (circa 1996). 63 leaves, printed one side only, illustrated, paper cover. 27.4 cm. A promotional book for the film based on Howard's life with Ellis.(together with Four black & white stills from the film.

S2-193:
Ash, Brian, ed. THE VISUAL ENCYCLOPEDIA OF SCIENCE FICTION. N.Y.: Harmony Books (1977) 1978 reprint 352p., ill, index, paper cover. 26.0 cm. References to Robert E. Howard.

S2-194:
Barbour, David & Raleigh, Richard. SHADOWS BEND. A Novel of the Fantastic And Unspeakable*. N.Y.: Ace Books, 2000, 1st printing, 31 lp., novel featuring Robert E. Howard and H.P. Lovecraft. paper cover, 22.8 cm.

S2-195:
Broecker, Randy. FANTASY OF THE 20th CENTURY. Portland, Ore: Collectors Press, 2001. 1st American Ed. 256p., profusely illustrated, index, dj. Numerous References to Howard with illustrated from his books and book covers.

S2-196:
Burke, Rusty. REH. A Short Biography of Robert E. Howard. N. Y.: Cross Plains Comics. 1999. 1st printing, 64 unn. pages, profusely illustrated with photos & art, paper cover, 28.0 cm.

S2-197:
Carter, Lin. IMAGINARY WORLDS. The Art of Fantasy. N.Y.: Ballantine Books (1973) 1st printing, 278p., bibliog.., index, cover illustrated by Gervasio Gallardo. Bailentine Book 03309. 1.25 pb. Contains references to Howard.

S2-198: Carter, Lin. LOVECRAFT; A Look Behind the "Cthulhu Mythos" N. Y. Ballantine Books, February 1972. 1st printing, xix, 198p, cover illustrated by Gervasio Gallardo. Ballantine Book 95c. pb. Contains references to Howard.

S2-199: Cerasini, Marc A. & Charles Hoffinan. ROBERT E. HOWARD. Starmont Reader's Guide 35. Mercer Island, Wash.: Starmont House, Inc. 1987. 156p., Notes, bibliography, index, paper cover. 21.0 cm. Essays on life of Howard, his Writings and a good annotated bibliography of Howard stories.

S2-200: De Camp, L. Sprague, ed. THE BLADE OF CONAN. N.Y.: Ace Books, May 1979. 1st printing, 310p., ACE Book $1.95. pb. Various essays on Howard, pp. 85-147.

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Personal correspondence, Correspondence from various cities and schools dealing with folk festivals and requests for Owens' assistance and participation. Also includes notes from Texas A & M concerning salary. April 21 - April 30, 1941

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Personal correspondence, Letters concerning Owens' folksong research. Also includes correspondence from friends congratulating Owens upon receiving his Ph.D. June 1941

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Personal correspondence, Correspondence requesting Owens' participation and assistance in folksong and folk festival programs. September 1941

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Personal correspondence, Correspondence with Alistair Cooke and the British Braodcasting Company concerning Owens' assistance with the American music program, letters sent to Owens from Roy Bedichek, letter referring to Grant Wood's terminal illness, and a letter from the War Department concerning Owens' offer to join the service. January 1942

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Personal correspondence, Correspondence written during Owens' term of service in the Army. June 12 - June 31, 1942

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Personal correspondence, Correspondence to Owens during his time in the Army. Includes letters referring to a friend of Owens who was missing in action. December 1942

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Personal correspondence, Correspondence to Owens while in the Army - includes letters concerning Owens' work on folksongrecordings. January - December 1943

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Personal correspondence, Contains family correspondence and letters concerning articles, short stories, and the novel by Owens. Also includes a story by one of Owens' former students. May 27 - May 31, 1946

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Personal correspondence, Correspondence with Mayo discussing employment at Texas A & M. Also includes letters discussing Walking on Borrowed Land and articles by Owens. July 1946

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Personal correspondence, Letters discussing short stories and novels by Owens. August 14 - August 29, 1946

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