Cleaveland, Agnes Morley, 1874-1958
- Existence: 1874-1958
Found in 3 Collections and/or Records:
Identifier: AC 617-p
Scope and Content Letter dated October 13, 1954 to Mrs. William Robinson Buckley of Santa Fe, NM, in response to the latter's invitation to speak before members of AAUW, American Association of University Women.
Scope and Content This is a small collection containing letters and manuscripts, including correspondence between Agnes Morley Cleaveland and Gertrude Hill about a "strange man," and a letter to George Stevens. The typed manuscripts, some of which are edited, are: "The Vanished American," which is about pioneers; "A Peculiar People: Tenderfeet;" "Incredible Montague," a story about an early pioneer, Montague Stevens of Silver City; and "Stories of Montague Stevens," as told by George Stevens. The collection also...
Abstract New Mexico author and rancher. The collection includes family correspondence, general correspondence, personal files, literary files, political files, publications, and photographs. Also included are a partial manuscript of No Life for a Lady and a complete manuscript of Satan's Paradise.
Dates: 1865 - 1954