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Overview The Agnes Nixon Papers document the 60-year career of radio and television writer, soap-opera innovator, and Northwestern University alumna Agnes Nixon. The papers, spanning the eyars 1941-2013, document Nixon's 60-year career as an innovator in the soap genre (notably All my children, One Life to Live and Loving). The papers include biographical materials, correspondence, press clippings and...
Abstract The Sam Ross Papers include four folders of correspondence, the first, second, and final drafts of Windy City, working notes for and fragment of the novel, and the second draft of another of his books, Solomon's Palace. The Sam Ross Papers provide an inside view of the tribulations associated with the publication of a novel, and it questions promotional methods, arising from Ross's conviction that Putman & Sons was underselling Windy City. The correspondence is not extensive, and must...