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Doris Gates was born November 26, 1901, in Mountain View, California,
and died September 3, 1987, in Carmel, California. She was a librarian,
educator, and author. She was one of the first to write children's novels about
problems in America. In 1941 she received Newbery honor for
Blue Willow , which was based on her work with
children of migrant workers. She has also written several textbooks, and books
on Greek mythology.
Biographical Sources: Something About the
Author , vols. 1, 34, 54 Something About the Author
Autobiography Series , vol. 1
Collection Scope and Content Note
The collection contains corrected carbon typescripts, a newspaper
clipping, and a racing form, for 1 title.
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- Gates, Doris
Little Vic 1951
Note New York: Viking Press, 1951
typescript, corrected, partial carbon
(117 p.) Box MF336
2 typescripts, corrected carbon
(234 p.) Box MF336
(1 p.) Box MF336
(1 p.) Box MF336