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Skinner, June Margaret
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Correspondence with Al Hart

Sub-series contains incoming and outgoing correspondence between Skinner and Al Hart. Hart was first Skinner's editor at various publishers and later he was her literary agent.

Skinner, June Margaret


Series contains handwritten text, and copies of newspaper clippings. The handwritten text may relate to A Voice was Heard in Ramah. The newspaper clippings were used for research when writing Bleak November.

Skinner, June Margaret


Series consists of typed and handwritten manuscripts of stories, novels, and poems written by June Skinner. It also contains galley proofs from several of her novels. Series is arranged into two sub-series: Published ([195-?]-1981), and Unpublished (1936-[1992?]).

Skinner, June Margaret

Let’s-Kill-Uncle [2/2]

The second half of the bound manuscript with "Frank Cooper Associates" written on the cover. Skinner's Hollywood agent (Robert Goldfarb) worked there for a time.

Skinner, June Margaret

Pippin’s Journal - Second Chance Press

Contains correspondence with Al Hart about Second Chance Press reprinting Pippin's Journal under a different title. Also contains several newsletters from Second Chance Press, some of which have reviews of Rohan O'Grady novels.

Skinner, June Margaret


Contains incoming and outgoing correspondence with Al Hart, Lix Wexler, and various others at Macmillan.

Skinner, June Margaret

Authors Guild

File contains correspondence from the Authors Guild and the Mystery Writers of America arranged chronologically.

Skinner, June Margaret

[Press clippings]

According to Skinner's daughter Mary, these articles (about a local murder) were used as the basis of Bleak November which was set in 1965.

Skinner, June Margaret

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