Cara Haycak Collection
Cynthia Kadohata Papers
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The Cynthia Kadohata Papers contains written production materials for 1 title.
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Cynthia Kadohata was born in Chicago, moved to Georgia with her family as a small child, and then
moved again, to Arkansas, where she lived until she was nearly 9. She currently lives in Southern California.
Her father was the son of Japanese immigrants who came to the United States in the 1920s. Her mother’s family
were Californians who moved to Hawaii, but her mother eventually moved to Chicago. Cynthia Kadohata has a
journalism degree from the University of Southern California. She enjoys traveling and feels she gets much
of her “writing energy” from seeing the country.
Cynthia Kadohata website
Collection Scope and Content Note
The collection contains written production material for 1 title, and includes corrected typescripts, front
matter, a corrected galley proof, correspondence, and a style sheet.
The collection is indexed under the following headings in the catalog of the University of Minnesota Libraries.
Researchers desiring materials about related topics, persons or places should search the catalog using these
New York: Antheneum, 2004
Box MF 3717, 3871
(415 p.) Box MF 3717, 3871
(12 p. ) Box MF 3717, 3871
galley proof, corrected
(510 p.) Box MF 3717, 3871
(23 p.) Box MF 3717, 3871
(9 p.) Box MF 3717, 3871