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Mexican-American border region

Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings

Found in 4 Collections and/or Records:

Accession 2021-012

Scope and Contents From the Collection: This addition contains more archival material from author Sergio Troncoso and is closely related to Collection 143 (Sergio Troncoso Papers). As in Collection 143, there are many drafts of Troncoso’s published works. In this addition, the handwritten first drafts of “The Abuelita” and essays that appear in “Crossing Borders: Personal Essays” are highlights. Also of note are the unpublished, handwritten short stories and essays written when Troncoso was still studying at Yale. Troncoso’s...
Dates: 1965-2020, undated

Charles Bowden Additions

Identifier: UPWC-15080

The papers of literary journalist, Charles Bowden, documents his prolific career covering topics ranging from nature to the turbulent U.S./Mexican border.

Dates: 1929-2010

Charles Bowden Papers

Identifier: SWWC-112

Charles "Chuck" Bowden (1945-2014), literary journalist, was born outside of Chicago and raised in Tucson, Arizona, where he lived until 2009. He passed away in 2014. The papers of Charles Bowden document his prolific career covering topics including nature, political corruption, and the turbulent U.S. ­– Mexico border region.

Dates: 1947 - 2007; Majority of material found within 1970 - 2007

SMC 0001. William H. Goetzmann manuscript, undated

Collection Overview From the Collection: Small Manuscript Collections consists of material acquired by the Wittliff either through gift or purchase that are not part of larger collections. They are often indiidual items or small groups of items relating to a particular author, musician, photographer, or topic. Types of material include: manuscripts; letters; photographs; ephemera such as pamphlets, brouchures or cataloges; reports; historical documents; and other printed material. Each item or group of items is assigned a unique...
Dates: undated