Collection Dates: 1969 -- 1972
.75 linear ft.
This document describes a collection of materials held
Special Collections Department
University of Iowa Libraries
Iowa City, Iowa 52242-1420
Posted to Internet: 1998
Acquisition Note: These papers were gifts of Charles May 1972 -- 1974.
Access and Restrictions: This collection is open
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May was born in Bedford, Iowa and attended several institutions, obtaining a BA from Drake University and an MA at Oklahoma State University. He was a teacher, editor and writer.
Bats. (1969). Non-fiction book. Including: notes and source materials; short version, first attempt; short version, second attempt; long version, typescript (carbon copy); long version, first draft and revisions for publisher; printer's copy; charts and materials relating to photographs; galley proofs, two sets., 2d set with photo keys; page proofs; index on cards; and correspondence. 2 boxes.
Stranger in the Storm (Abelard-Schuman, 1972). Original title: Birds Flying High. First draft, with corrections, 46p. Original and carbon of first version submitted to publisher, 53p. Second version (with carbon), 61p. Printer's copy, 61p. Galley proofs. Correspondence with editors.