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Bridgers, Sue Ellen -- Manuscripts

 Subject
Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings

Found in 5 Collections and/or Records:

Sue Ellen Bridgers Papers

 Collection
Identifier: MSS 89-01
Content Description The Sue Ellen Bridgers collections contains manuscripts, correspondence, and other materials relating to the first five of Bridgers’s novels, several short stories, and an autobiography. The five novels included in this collection are: Home Before Dark All Together Now Notes for Another Life Sara Will Permanent ConnectionsBridgers’s novels have won awards and recognition from organizations and periodicals, such as the American Library Association, Booklist, School Library...

Sue Ellen Bridgers Papers, Add. #1

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Identifier: MSS 93-2
Content Description Drafts, revised manuscripts, an uncorrected proof, and notes for the novel Keeping Christina. The folders list "groups" of chapters, page sequences, or notes according to the order in which they were originally received. Within these groups, the various segments are denoted, again in the original order as received and not rearranged by chapter or page number. Pagination typically is taken from typed page numbers; handwritten revisions to the page sequence are provided in brackets....

Sue Ellen Bridgers Papers, Add. #2

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Identifier: MSS 95-6
Content Description A style sheet and draft manuscript of Sue Ellen Bridgers book, Keeping Christina. The manuscript consists of a copy edited proof of 226 numbered pages (243 sheets total including insert pages).

For additional information, see the main entry collection for Sue Ellen Bridgers, MSS 89-1, and the addition, MSS 93-2.

Sue Ellen Bridgers Papers, Add. #3

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Identifier: MSS 97-01
Content Description Drafts and revisions of Bridgers' novel, All We Know of Heaven

Sue Ellen Bridgers Papers, Add. #4

 Collection
Identifier: MSS 01-02
Content Description Manuscripts for Bridgers’ novel All We Know of Heaven, published in 1996.The folders list “groups” of chapters, pages sequences, or notes according to the order in which they were originally received. Within these groups, the various segments are denoted, again in the original order as received and not rearranged by chapter or page number. Pagination is typically taken from typed page numbers, unless otherwise noted. When a chapter is paginated individually, or lacks page numbers...