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Collection

 Box — Box: 1
Collection number: Box 1
Scope and Contents From the Collection: Author and journalist Harry Stillwell Edwards was born in Macon, Georgia. His formal education was cut short by the Civil War, but he read extensively in the Library of Congress while working as a clerk in the U. S. Treasury.  He returned home to Macon in 1874, studied law at Mercer University, and was admitted to the bar, but never actively practiced due to his passion for writing. He published several short stories and novels. He eventually became editor and owner of the the ...
Dates: 1897-1967; Other: Majority of material found in 1928, 1966, 1967; Acquired: 1999-12-26

Harry Stillwell Edwards Collection—Short Story 1, 1928

 File — Box: 1, Folder: 1
Collection number: Folder 1
Scope and Contents From the Collection: Author and journalist Harry Stillwell Edwards was born in Macon, Georgia. His formal education was cut short by the Civil War, but he read extensively in the Library of Congress while working as a clerk in the U. S. Treasury.  He returned home to Macon in 1874, studied law at Mercer University, and was admitted to the bar, but never actively practiced due to his passion for writing. He published several short stories and novels. He eventually became editor and owner of the the ...
Dates: Created: 1928

Harry Stillwell Edwards Collection—Biographies 2, n.d.

 File — Box: 1, Folder: 2
Collection number: Folder 2
Scope and Contents From the Collection: Author and journalist Harry Stillwell Edwards was born in Macon, Georgia. His formal education was cut short by the Civil War, but he read extensively in the Library of Congress while working as a clerk in the U. S. Treasury.  He returned home to Macon in 1874, studied law at Mercer University, and was admitted to the bar, but never actively practiced due to his passion for writing. He published several short stories and novels. He eventually became editor and owner of the the ...
Dates: Created: n.d.

Harry Stillwell Edwards Collection—Correspondence 2, 11/29/1967

 File — Box: 1, Folder: 3
Collection number: Folder 3
Scope and Contents From the Collection: Author and journalist Harry Stillwell Edwards was born in Macon, Georgia. His formal education was cut short by the Civil War, but he read extensively in the Library of Congress while working as a clerk in the U. S. Treasury.  He returned home to Macon in 1874, studied law at Mercer University, and was admitted to the bar, but never actively practiced due to his passion for writing. He published several short stories and novels. He eventually became editor and owner of the the ...
Dates: Created: 11/29/1967

Harry Stillwell Edwards Collection—Stone Mountain 4, 1925-1982

 File — Box: 1, Folder: 4
Collection number: Folder 4
Scope and Contents From the Collection: Author and journalist Harry Stillwell Edwards was born in Macon, Georgia. His formal education was cut short by the Civil War, but he read extensively in the Library of Congress while working as a clerk in the U. S. Treasury.  He returned home to Macon in 1874, studied law at Mercer University, and was admitted to the bar, but never actively practiced due to his passion for writing. He published several short stories and novels. He eventually became editor and owner of the the ...
Dates: Created: 1925-1982

Harry Stillwell Edwards Collection—Literary Works 22, 1897-1966

 File — Box: 1, Folder: 5
Collection number: Folder 5
Scope and Contents From the Collection: Author and journalist Harry Stillwell Edwards was born in Macon, Georgia. His formal education was cut short by the Civil War, but he read extensively in the Library of Congress while working as a clerk in the U. S. Treasury.  He returned home to Macon in 1874, studied law at Mercer University, and was admitted to the bar, but never actively practiced due to his passion for writing. He published several short stories and novels. He eventually became editor and owner of the the ...
Dates: Created: 1897-1966

Eneas Africannus, 1926

 File — Box: 1, Folder: 6
Collection number: Folder 6
Scope and Contents Contains two copies: One bound copy of the book Eneas Africannus. Donated by Maurice Dyess Ewing. Autographed by Edwards to Sarah Dyess Ewing. Folder also contains a letter from Mr. Ewing with information on his mother. A small image titled After the Hunt is inside the book and belonged to Mrs. Ewing, she was fond of horses. One bound copy of Eneas Africannus donated by James R. Tillman Jr. Folder also contains letter from Mr. Tillman describing gift.
Dates: Created: 1926

Harry Stillwell Edwards Collection

 Collection — Box: 1
Collection number: MS-51
Scope and Contents Author and journalist Harry Stillwell Edwards was born in Macon, Georgia. His formal education was cut short by the Civil War, but he read extensively in the Library of Congress while working as a clerk in the U. S. Treasury.  He returned home to Macon in 1874, studied law at Mercer University, and was admitted to the bar, but never actively practiced due to his passion for writing. He published several short stories and novels. He eventually became editor and owner of the the ...
Dates: 1897-1967; Other: Majority of material found in 1928, 1966, 1967; Acquired: 1999-12-26