PAPERS OF ROSE MARY LAWRENCE

MsC 641

Collection Dates: 1949
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Collection Guide

This document describes a Manuscript Collection held by the

Special Collections Department
University of Iowa Libraries
e-mail: lib-spec@uiowa.edu

Guide Contents

Administrative Information

Biographical and Historical Information

Acquisition and Processing Information

Box Contents List


Administrative Information

Access and Restrictions: This collection is open for research.

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Biographical Note

Miss Lawrence, twenty-two years old and a recent graduate of Marycrest College in Davenport, Iowa, won a national short story contest in 1949 with her entry, "Dragon's Tail." This manuscript and the announcement in The Catholic Messenger comprise this collection.

Jacque Roethler July 2004


Acquisition and Processing Information

These papers were given to the University of Iowa Libraries by Miss Lawrence in 1949.

Guide posted to Internet: July 2004


Box Contents List

Box 1

"Dragons Tail"

Ribbon copy

Carbon copy of an earlier version

Announcement of the winners in The Catholic Messenger of June 16, 1949

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