Edna Walker Chandler
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Includes the typescript
for Chandler's children's book, Five Cent, Five Cent.
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Five Cent, 1967
Walker was born near Macksville, Kansas in 1908. She was an educator
and author of more than 50 books for children. She worked as a teacher, raised
a family, and graduated from Sacramento State College in 1958. She then became
a full-time author. She is best known for her series of books for slow readers,
the Cowboy Sam series. She died in 1982.
Biographical Source: Something About the
Author , vol. 11 and 31.
Collection Scope and Content Note
The collection includes the typescript for Chandler's children's book,
Five Cent, Five Cent.
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of the University of Minnesota Libraries. Researchers desiring materials about
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Five Cent, Five Cent 1967
Note Stull, Betty
Chicago: Albert Whitman, 1967
Box M.F. 201
(19 p.) Box M.F. 201