Stuart Wright Collection: Fred Chappell Papers

1952-2016, undated
Manuscript Collection #1169-017
Creator(s)
Chappell, Fred (Fred Davis)
Physical description
5.762 Cubic Feet, 11 archival boxes & 11 oversized folders, Stuart Wright Collection: Fred Chappell Papers (#1169-017) consist of correspondence, holographs, typescripts, loose manuscript items transferred from the Stuart Wright Book Collection, photographic prints, proofs of published works, audio recordings, printed materials & oversized materials; also including Chappell's correspondence with George Garrett, Stuart Wright and Wallace Fowlie, and a clipping and a print of his poem The Collector (2011) written in honor of Stuart Wright.
Preferred Citation
Stuart Wright Collection: Fred Chappell Papers (#1169-017) East Carolina Manuscript Collection, J. Y. Joyner Library, East Carolina University, Greenville, North Carolina, USA.
Repository
ECU Manuscript Collection
Access
No restrictions.

Papers of Fred Chappell (1952-2017, undated) documenting the life and literary career of the noted Canton, North Carolina-born American educator, short story writer, novelist, and educator, whose writing focus on Southern themes, consisting of correspondence, holographs, typescripts, loose manuscript items transferred from the Stuart Wright Book Collection, photographic prints, proofs of published works, audio recordings, printed materials & oversized materials; also including Chappell's correspondence with George Garrett, Stuart Wright and Wallace Fowlie, a clipping and a print of his poem The Collector (2011) written in honor of Stuart Wright, and a painting by Fritz Janschka.


Biographical/historical information

Fred Chappell was born Fred Davis Chappell 28 May 1936, to James Taylor (J.T.) and Anne Davis Chappell in Canton, North Carolina. Chappell's grandfather built the farmhouse where Fred grew up and his parents made a small living by farming the land surrounding the homestead. Chappell's parents also worked as schoolteachers and his father eventually operated a furniture retail business. Canton, a small town in the Appalachian Mountains, was home to Champion International Paper factory, the largest employer in Canton at the time which also frequently appeared in Chappell's later writings exemplifying industrialism's threat to agrarianism.

In 1954, Chappell was accepted to Duke University where he formed friendships with William Applewhite and Reynolds Price. Chappell returned to Canton for three years during this time, delaying the completion of his BA degree in fiction writing until 1961. In 1964 he received an MA also from Duke, for which he wrote a 1,100-page concordance to the poetry of Samuel Johnson. On 2 August 1959, he married Susan Nicholls. Shortly after graduation, in 1964, the University of North Carolina at Greensboro hired Chappell to teach creative writing and literature; he remained there until retiring in 2004.

Chappell has written more than twenty-five books in several genres, mainly poetry, short stories and novels and won many honors for his work. Over the years, he has won Yale University Library's Bollingen Prize in Poetry, the Sir Walter Raleigh Prize, North Carolina Award for Literature, France's Prix de Meilleur des Livres Étrangers for the best foreign novel (Dagon), the Award in Literature from the National Institute of Arts and Letters, the T.S. Eliot Award, the Aiken/Taylor Award, the poet laureateship of North Carolina (1997-2002), and in 2005, the Thomas Wolfe prize. In retirement Chappell continues to work and appeared as the featured speaker at The Inaugural Stuart Wright Collection Exhibition on 7 September 2011.

Among the works included in this collection are: Dagon: A Novel (1968), and I Am One of You Forever: A Novel (1985).

Sources: "Fred Chappell." [Biographical Sketch] Wikipedia. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Fred_Chappell

Author: Jonathan Dembo, with the assistance of Trisha Capansky, 11/21/2011, 1/23/2012, 11/1/2016

Stuart Wright. The Fred Chappel Papers were collected and compiled by Stuart T. Wright. Wright was born on 30 March 1948 in Roxboro, North Carolina. He was the son of Frances Critcher Wright (1919-2010) and Wallace Lyndon Wright (1921-1965). An avid reader as a boy, Wright developed a strong interest in the American Civil War and with his father toured many of the war's battlefields searching for artifacts and studying the history of the era. At the age of 12, he won a statewide "Johnny Reb" essay contest and by the age of 15 had visited every major battlefield of the Civil War. Wright attended Roxboro High School, from which he graduated in 1966. It was during these years that he developed an interest in collecting historical books and manuscripts and began relationships with a number of local collectors and dealers.

In the fall of 1966, Wright enrolled at Wake Forest University as a pre-med, history, German and music student. Wright earned a B.A. in German and music in 1970. As a graduate student at Wake Forest University, Wright focused his studies on Southern history and literature, his ambition being to build an authoritative Southern Studies collection for the university. He received a master's degree in Southern Studies in 1973 and a second master's degree in U.S. History in 1980. Additionally Wright holds a professional degree from England in a medically related field. It was while studying there that he became interested in Thomas Wolfe, the noted North Carolina native and novelist.

Following his graduation from Wake Forest, Wright began to develop his collections more systematically, acquiring many first editions of Southern writers. In 1976 he began teaching at Reynolda House, a Wake Forest University affiliate dedicated to the arts and arts education. Wright taught classes in American music as well as human anatomy for art students. In 1978 Wright became Lecturer in Education at Wake Forest University. During his 10 years teaching at Wake Forest University, Wright authored numerous works of Civil War and North Carolina history, and dozens of articles, bibliographies, essays and reviews on Southern literature and the writers whose papers he collected. In addition, he developed a strong interest in the writings of the English poet Donald Davie and the Minnesota-born poet Richard Eberhart, whose works he also collected.

At the same time, Wright also began a career as a publisher by starting Palaemon Press in Winston-Salem, North Carolina. By 1984, Palaemon Press had produced 316 titles, consisting mainly of broadsides and limited editions, of the poetry and essays of such Southern writers as A. R. Ammons, Fred Chappell, James Dickey, William Goyen, George Garrett, and Eudora Welty. He also built comprehensive collections and compiled book-length descriptive bibliographies of A.R. Ammons, Andrew Lytle, Reynolds Price, James Dickey, William Goyen, Walker Percy, Randall Jarrell, Peter Taylor, George Garrett, Richard Eberhart, and Donald Davie. As well as serving as editor of the contemporary literature section of the Bulletin of Bibliography throughout the 1980s, Wright also contributed pioneering checklists of the writings of Southern poets Henry Taylor, Charles Wright, and Robert Morgan. For Meckler Publishing he served as series editor for a number of book-length bibliographies and checklists. In recognition of these accomplishments, when he was just 32, Wright was elected to membership in New York's prestigious Grolier Club.

All of these works are represented in the Stuart Wright Collection. In his dealings with these various authors Wright made consistent efforts to acquire personal papers, letters and documents, photographs, manuscripts, drafts, proofs, and published materials to supplement his continuing activities as a purchaser of their works. In this way, Wright acquired perhaps a majority of his overall collection. Over the years a number of biographers used Wright's collection to aid their research. For example, James A. Grimshaw, Jr. used the collection extensively for his Robert Penn Warren: A Descriptive Bibliography, 1922-1979 published by the University Press of Virginia, in 1981 and Craig S. Abbott did so as well for John Crowe Ransom: A Descriptive Bibliography, published by Whitston Publishing Company, Inc. in 1999. Joseph Blotner also used the Wright collection in researching Robert Penn Warren: A Biography, published by Random House in 1997.

Nevertheless, from the mid- to late 1980s, Wright began to look for a permanent home for his collection, which he felt had grown too large and yet had been too little used. Unable to find a repository willing to accept the entire collection under suitable conditions, he sold a number of individual author collections to Vanderbilt University, Duke University, the University of Texas at Austin, and Emory University. It was not until 2010 that he reached agreement to house the remaining, and largest part of his collection at East Carolina University. The Stuart Wright Collection in the East Carolina Manuscript Collection of J.Y. Joyner Library includes 22 sub-collections of the papers of Southern American writers. The related Stuart Wright Book Collection holds several thousand volumes by or about many of the same writers. Many of these volumes contain annotations, inscriptions, and insertions that reveal much about the authors in the collection and their relationships with one another. In 1998 Wright moved to England, and since 2001 he has resided in the medieval market town of Ludlow, in Shropshire.

Author: Jonathan Dembo, 9/17/2012, 11/1/2016


Scope and arrangement

Stuart Wright Collection: Fred Chappell Papers (#1169-017) document the life and literary career of Fred Chappell, 1952-2016, undated. The Chappell Papers are arranged in 4 series of manuscript materials, consisting of an original acquisition of 2 series and 2 additions: The Cary Addition #1 and the Ludlow Addition #2. The original acquisition consists primarily of loose manuscript items transferred from the Stuart Wright Book Collection. Among these loose manuscripts items is correspondence with George Garrett, Stuart Wright and Wallace Fowlie, and a clipping. The original acquisition also includes a printed copy of Chappell's heretofore unpublished poem, The Collector (2011), written in honor of Stuart Wright. It is filed in an oversized folder.

Series 1: Loose Manuscripts Transferred from the Stuart Wright Book Collection consists of loose manuscript and other materials found between the leaves of volumes in the Stuart Wright Book Collection. Perhaps the most significant of these is Chappell's correspondence with George Garrett relating to Dagon. Series 1 is held in Box 1.a-1.f.

The letters and clipping were among the Loose Manuscript Items found in books in the Stuart Wright Book Collection. Several of these items were found in copies of his novels, including The Inkling (1965) and Dagon (1968), Moments of Light (1980), A Pact with Faustus (1984). Interestingly, Dagon (1968) was found to contain Chappell's correspondence with George Garrett relating to First and Last Words (1989). Moments of Light was Chappell's first collection of short stories.

In these books Chappell explored his intellectual passion for understanding man's place in the universal order of things by exploring such concepts as justice, morality, and destiny. The stories often have biblical overtones in that they are told in parables and describe man's fall from God's grace. In A Pact with Faustus (1984), Chappell revisits his early works by explaining the loosely drawn thematic method he used to write his first four novels. For example, he describes The Inkling as "a story about a boy who represents pure Will and his sister who is Appetite." The brother and sister live in a small town in western North Carolina, which like Canton, has a paper mill as its leading employer, symbolic of Chappell's also continued interests in the impact of industrialization.

Series 2: Oversized Print consists of a print of The Collector (1982) a poem by Fred Chappell about Stuart Wright printed for the inaugural Stuart Wright Collection exhibit opening at Joyner Library 7 September 2011. Series 2 is held in oversized folder 1.f.os.1.

Series 3: Cary Addition #1 to the Stuart Wright Collection is arranged in 10 subseries including correspondence; typescripts; loose manuscript items transferred from the Stuart Wright Book Collection; proofs of published works; printed materials: brochures & broadsides; printed materials: reprints & offprints; printed materials: flyers; printed materials: pamphlets; printed materials: periodicals, magazines & newsletters; and oversized materials, 1952-2009. Series 3 is held in Box 2.a - 5.ze, os.2 - os.7

Series 4: Ludlow Addition #2 to the Stuart Wright Collection is arranged in 10 subseries, including correspondence; holographs & typescripts; loose manuscript items transferred from the Stuart Wright Book Collection; photographic materials; proofs; audio recordings; printed materials: brochures, cards, flyers, & pamphlets; printed materials: periodicals; printed materials: reprints & offprints; and oversized materials, 1963-2016. Series 4 is held in Box 6.a - 8.zk, os.8 - os.11

Note to Researchers: Series 1: Loose Manuscripts Transferred from the Stuart Wright Book Collection consists of items found laid in works in the Stuart Wright Book Collection by, about, associated with, or owned by Fred Chappell. They include notes and bookmarks inserted by Chappell, Stuart Wright, and others; also notes, cards, correspondence, clippings, advertising, reviews, ephemera, etc. relating to his published works. The loose manuscripts are linked to the books from which they came by their Stuart Wright Book Collection Number (e.g. Stuart Wright Book Collection #40.15).


Administrative information
Custodial History

21 June 2010, 0.01 cubic feet; 1 archival box & 1 oversized folder; 12 items; 28 p. Papers (1966-1984, 2011, undated) documenting the life and literary career of Fred Chappell, the noted American educator, short story writer and novelist, consisting of a print of his poem The Collector (2011) written in honor of Stuart Wright; also loose manuscript materials transferred from the Stuart Wright Book Collection including Chappell's correspondence with George Garrett, Stuart Wright and Wallace Fowlie, and a clipping. Vendor: Stuart Wright.

27 October 2011, (Cary Addition #1), 2.60 cubic feet; 4 archival boxes & 6 oversized folders; 395 items; 2,849 p. Papers (1952-2009, undated) documenting the life and literary career of Fred Chappell (1936- ), the noted American author, poet & educator, including correspondence, typescripts, loose manuscripts transferred from the Stuart Wright Book Collection, proofs of published works, printed materials. Vendor: Stuart Wright.

20 July 2012, (Ludlow Addition #2), 1.90 cubic feet; 3 archival boxes & 4 oversized folders; 151 items; 662 p. Papers (1963-2012, undated) documenting the life and literary career of Fred Chappell (1936-), the noted American author, poet & educator, including correspondence, holographs & typescripts, loose manuscript materials transferred from the Stuart Wright Book Collection, photographic prints, proofs of published works, audio recordings & printed materials. Vendor: Stuart Wright.

25 April 2016, (Addition #3), 0.002 cubic feet; 2 items, 2 p., Loose Manuscript Items from A Bravery of Earth, by Richard Eberhart (London: Jonathan Cape, 1930). Gift - Donor: Stuart T. Wright; received through Phil Winstead, Cary, NC. 1) Stuart Wright note: "Given in honour of Fred Chappell on the occasion of his 80th birthday, 28 May 2016 . . .'' (ca. April 2016) AN 1 item. 1 p.; 2) Stuart Wright note to "cataloguer" (ca. April 2016) 1 item. 1 p. Donation received 25 April 2016, by Ralph Scott. 1) Ludlow Addition #216.001.

6 June 2019, (unprocessed Addition #4), 1.01 cubic feet; This addition includes correspondence (2008-2017) between Stuart Wright and Fred and Susan Chappell which also contains drafts of poems, photographs, and programs; and an original painting (2012) titled "René Magritte, Siegfried, Wo bist du?" (After "The Hat" by René Magritte) by Fred Chappell's good friend, artist and illustrator, Fritz Janschka. The painting is part of Janschka's Homages to the Masters (and Mistresses) series. Gift of Stuart T. Wright

Source of acquisition

Purchased from Stuart Wright, 6/21/2010, 10/27/2011, 7/20/2016; Gift of Stuart Wright in honor of Fred Chappell's 80th birthday, 4/25/2016

Processing information

Processing, Container List & Preliminary inventory by Jonathan Dembo, with the assistance of Nathaniel King, Jay Colin Menees, Krystal Cook, Saundra Pinkham & Douglas Tuers, revised 11/19/2010, 11/1/2016; Final inventory revised by Douglas Tuers, 2/14/2011, 4/27/2011, 11/1/2016; Finding aid by Jonathan Dembo, Trisha Capansky revised, 11/21/2011, 1/23/2012, 11/1/2016; Encoded by Jonathan Dembo, 6/29/2012; Encoding revised by Jonathan Dembo, 7/18/2012, 11/1/2016; Stuart Wright biography revised by Jonathan Dembo, 9/17/2012, 11/1/2016

Copyright notice

Literary rights to specific documents are retained by the authors or their descendants in accordance with U.S. copyright law.


Language of material

English & French language

Related material

Inventory of the Fred Chappell Papers, 1944-2010 and undated, 141.4 linear feet, Rubenstein Rare Book & Manuscript Library, Duke University, Durham, NC USA

Preliminary Inventory of the Dabney Stuart-Fred Chappell Correspondence, 1984-2009, 0.6 linear feet, Rubenstein Rare Book & Manuscript Library, Duke University, Durham, NC USA

Fred Chappell in Southern Appalachian Writers Collection, Southern Appalachian Writers Collection (M2005.05.01-04) University of North Carolina at Asheville, Asheville, NC USA

Stuart Wright Collection - George Garrett Papers (#1169-021) Manuscript and Rare Books Department, J. Y. Joyner Library, East Carolina University, Greenville, NC USA

Stuart Wright Collection - Peter Hillsman Taylor Papers (#1169-013) Manuscript and Rare Books Department, J. Y. Joyner Library, East Carolina University, Greenville, NC USA


Container list
Box 1 Folder a Zirconia Poems, by Robert Morgan [Books] (1981) 1 item. 2 p. Note: Fred Chappell, Department of English, University of North Carolina at Greensboro, Letter to Stuart Wright accompanying copy of Zirconia Poems (16 September 1981) ALS; Transferred from Stuart Wright Book Collection #52.15
Box 1 Folder b Dagon, by Fred Chappell [Books] (1972) 2 items. 2 p. Note: "Students Featured: Writer to Read Works at UNC-A Poetry Show", by UNC-A News Bureau about Fred Chappell reading, annotated "GDN" (7 October 1972) Clipping; "C. Duffy, Harcourt, Brace & World" address (undated) Holograph; Transferred from Stuart Wright Book Collection #52.16
Box 1 Folder c Dagon, by Fred Chappell [Books] (1972) 5 items. 11 p. Note: Stuart Wright note: "A 'Dedication' copy, sent by publisher to George, Fred signed it form me (Peter's copy was also uninscribed" (ca. 1989) Holograph; George Garrett, Creative Writing Program, University of Virginia, Letter to Fred Chappell on receipt of First and Last Words (18 February 1989) ALS; Fred Chappell, Department of English, University of North Carolina at Greensboro, Letter to George Garrett (14 October 1968) TLS; Compliments of the Author card (ca. 1989) Printed; "The Garrett Cottage, New Smyrna Beach, Florida, by A. McClelland [Sketch] (undated) Printed card; Transferred from Stuart Wright Book Collection #52.22
Box 1 Folder d Inkling, The, by Fred Chappell [Books] (1966) 1 item. 1 p. Note: Fred Chappell, Department of English, University of North Carolina at Greensboro, Letter to George Garrett asking Garrett to comment on his students' literary magazine (14 April 1966) ALS; Transferred from Stuart Wright Book Collection #52.35
Box 1 Folder e Moments of Light, by Fred Chappell [Books] (1980) 1 item. 9 p. Note: George Garrett, Creative Writing Program, University of Virginia, Letter to Fred & Susan Chappell regarding a recent meeting and commenting on various literary subject (ca. 1980) ALS; Transferred from Stuart Wright Book Collection #52.36
Box 1 Folder f Pact with Faustus, A, by Fred Chappell [Books] (1984) 1 item. 2 p. Note: Fred Chappell, Department of English, University of North Carolina at Greensboro, Letter to Mr. [Wallace] Fowlie, regarding his book, Aubade: A Teacher's Notebook (30 November 1984) TLS; Transferred from Stuart Wright Book Collection #52.46
Folder os1 Collector, The, by Fred Chappell [Broadsides] (2011) Printed. 1 item. 1 p. 15.5" x 23" Note: Filed oversized ; Poem about Stuart Wright printed for Stuart Wright Collection exhibit opening at Joyner Library 9/7/2011 ; Transferred from folder : #1169.17.1.f
Box 2 Folder a Bonnette, Peter, Winston-Salem, NC. Letters to Fred Chappell (11, 18 March 1977) TLS. 2 items. 3 p. ; Note : Thanks Chappell for recommending Jeff Daniel Marion ; Source : Cary Addition Box #123.000
Box 2 Folder b Challender, Craig, Farmville, VA. Letter to Fred Chappell enclosing poem & chapbook (23 April 1986) TLS, Photocopy typescript, Pamphlet. 3 items. 19 p. ; Note : Chapbook : "The Family : A Love Story in Eight Voices" by Craig Challender (Bismarck, ND : Stronghold Press, 1983) ; Inscribed inside front cover : "For Fred Chappell with best wishes - Craig Challender 4/22/86" ; Source : Cary Addition Box #127.000
Box 2 Folder c DeMott, Robert, Western Humanities Review. Letter to Fred Chappell enclosing photocopies of his article entitled "Recent Poetry" from WHR, Vol. 33, no. 2 (Spring 1979) TLS, Reprints, Photocopied reprints. 4 items. 29 p. ; Note : Requests Fred Chappell to write the next "Recent Poetry" article ; Source : Cary Addition Box #086.000
Box 2 Folder e Fult, Kate, The North Carolina Independent. Letter to Fred Chappell (11 Oct. 1984) ALS. 1 item. 1 p. ; Note : Thanks for "terrific" review ; Source : Cary Addition Box #124
Box 2 Folder f Jones, John Dancy (née John L. Jones), Raleigh, NC. Letter to Fred Chappell (2 Sept. 1985) ALS. 1 item. 1 p. ; Note : "It was an honor to publish your poems." ; Source : Cary Addition Box #127
Box 2 Folder g Rogers, Del Marie, Rowlett, TX. Letter to Fred Chappell enclosing her chapbook (11 Aug. 1986) TLS, Brochure, Pamphlet. 3 items. 14 p. ; Note : "Origins" [Chapbook] by Del Marie Rogers (Firwheel Press, undated) ; Inscribed on title page "For Fred Chappell, the constantly amazing poet, Del Marie Rogers" ; Source : Cary Addition Box #127
Box 2 Folder h This End Up Postcards, West End, NC. Letter to Stuart Wright (8 Nov. 1984) TL. 1 item. 3 p. ; Note : Regards availability of poem by Fred Chappell ; Source : Cary Addition Box #127
Box 2 Folder i Black Willow Poetry Series, The, editor / publisher Harold Fleming (Harleyville, PA : Black Willow, 1984) Typescript. 1 item. 2 p. ; Note : Lists 9 publications ; Source : Cary Addition Box #124
Box 2 Folder j I Am One of You Forever, by Fred Chappell [Reader''s Report] by George Core (29 Jan. 1985) Photocopy typescript. 1 item. 1 p. ; Note : Source : Cary Addition Box #124
Box 2 Folder k Three Poems, by Fred Chappell [Unbound] by Fred Chappell (undated) Photocopy typescript. 12 items. 24 p. ; Note : Source : Cary Addition Box #123
Box 2 Folder l Alumni News, edited by Trudy Walton Atkins (Fall 1981) Note : 1) Trudy Walton Atkins, Note to Fred Chappell enclosing photograph of Chappell with Gov. Jim Hunt (D-NC) [1981] ANS. 1 item. 1 p. ; 2) Fred Chappell portrait with North Carolina Jim Hunt and his wife at a formal occasion [ca. 1981] Photographic print. 8" x 10" Black & White. 1 item. 1 p. Source : Cary Addition Box #081.004
Box 2 Folder m Archive, No. 26, The, edited by Chris Beebee (c. 1972) Note : 1) Gretchen Salisbury [Assistant to Ted Solotaroff], Note to Fred Chappell enclosing The Archive No. 26 [1972] ANS. 1 item. 1 p. ; Source : Cary Addition Box #105B.028
Box 2 Folder n Awards IX Poetry and Fiction, by Francine Ringold (1987) Note : 2) [Katherine Stripling] "Kaz" Byer, Letter to "Fred" [Chappell], sending copy of Julia Duncan's "entire ms" for you to read ; also sending a "Nimrod" with my "Wildwood Flower poems in it ; leaving for Black Hills soon (2 June 1988) ALS. 1 item. 1 p. ; Source : Cary Addition Box #124.049
Box 2 Folder o Banish Misfortune, by R. T. Smith (c. 1988) Note : 1) R. T. Smith, Letter to "Dear Fred" [Chappell], Auburn did not get NEA Audience Development Grant, but not giving up ; has begun looking for new job, Auburn is "suffocating" ; requests letter of recommendation for Associated Writing Programs file at Old Dominion University (17 August 1988) TLS. 1 item. 1 p. ; Source : Cary Addition Box #123A.019
Box 2 Folder p Bloodfire : A Poem, by Fred Chappell (© 1978) Note : 1) Grace Di Santo, Postcard to Stuart Wright requesting copy of Eleanor Ross Taylor's New Selected Poems ; Verso : "Taste" by Fred Chappell (8 Oct. 1984) ALS. 1 item. 1 p. ; Source : Cary Addition Box #161.020
Box 2 Folder q C : Poems, by Fred Chappell (© 1993) Note : 1) Fred Chappell, Greensboro, NC. The MFA Writing Program and the Department of English, UNC Greensboro. Invitation to a reading by Fred Chappell. Sent to Stuart Wright (19 Nov. 1993] Printed card & Envelope. 1 item. 2 p. ; Source : Cary Addition Box #161.030
Box 2 Folder r Castle Tzingal : A Poem, by Fred Chappell (© 1984) Note : 1) Louisiana State University Press review slip for Castle Tzingal (17 Dec. 1984) Printed form. 1 item. 1 p. ; Source : Cary Addition Box #161.027
Box 2 Folder s Cellar Door, by Susan Lindsay (c. 1975) Note : 1) John Russell, Associate Editor, Cellar Door, Chapel Hill [NC], Letter to "Mr. Chappell" enclosing copy of upcoming Cellar Door (12 April 1976) ALS. 1 item. 1 p. ; Source : Cary Addition Box #124.011
Box 2 Folder t Chasing Dad, by Candace Flynt (c. 1980) Note : 1) Joyce Johnson, The Dial Press, New York, NY, Letter to Fred Chappell, Greensboro, NC enclosing a set of proofs for Chasing Dad at Candace Flynt's request, "grateful for any comments you may care to make" (28 January 1980) TLS & Envelope. 1 item. 2 p. ; 2) Candace Flynt, Letter to "Dear Fred" [Chappell] saying that George Garrett had agreed to read her novel and thanking Chappell for suggesting him (18 February 1980) ALS 1 item. 1 p. ; 3) Brian [no last name], Postcard to Fred Chappell on Fred Chappell return mail postcard, saying Peter Borrell, editor of "Amicus" had agreed to publish his poem as soon as possible (21 November 1983) ALS. 1 item. 1 p. ; Source : Cary Addition Box #107.1.004
Box 2 Folder u Dagon : A Novel, by Fred Chappell (© 1968) Note : 1) Daphne Athas, Chapel Hill, NC. Letter to Fred Chappell ; have just finished Dagon and it "takes my breath, and I want to tell you" (9 March 1979) ALS & Envelope. 1 item. 2 p. ; 2) Stuart Wright note : "Science Fiction Fandom : William Venable, a.k.a. Fred Chappell" (undated) TN. 1 item. 1 p. ; 3) Harcourt, Brace & World Advance Copy Slip (7 Aug. 1968) Printed form. 1 item. 1 p. ; Source : Cary Addition Box #161.024
Box 2 Folder v Dieu - Poisson, Le [The God - Fish] by Fred Chappell (© 1968) Note : 1) Christian Bougois, Éditeur. Postcard order form (© 1968) Printed card. French language. 1 item. 1 p. ; Source : Cary Addition Box #161.018
Box 2 Folder w Driftlake, by Fred Chappell (c. 1981) Note : 1) The Iron Mountain Press, Emory, VA announces the Publication of "Driftlake : A Lieder Cycle by Fred Chappell" [1981] Flyer. 4 items. 4 p. ; Source : Cary Addition Box #124.028
Box 2 Folder x Earthsleep : A Poem, by Fred Chappell (© 1980) Note : 1) Louisiana State University Press review slip ; Duplicate of 161.011 (5 Oct. 1980) Printed form. 1 item. 1 p. ; Source : Cary Addition Box #161.010
Box 2 Folder y Earthsleep : A Poem, by Fred Chappell (© 1980) Note : 1) Louisiana State University Press review slip ; Duplicate of 161.010 (5 Oct. 1980) Printed form. 1 item. 1 p. ; Source : Cary Addition Box #161.011
Box 2 Folder z Family Gathering : Poems, by Fred Chappell (© 2000) Note : 1) North Caroliniana Society and the Friends of the UNCG Libraries. Invitation to an evening with Fred Chappell, recipient of the 2007 North Caroliniana Society Award (15 May 2007) Printed card & Envelopes. 1 item. 4 p. ; 2) A Poet's Hail and Farewell : Fred Chappell Reflects on Raising State's Poetic Consciousness, by Fred Chappell, Correspondent, Raleigh News & Observer (ca. Dec. 2002) Clipping. 1 item. 2 p. ; Source : Cary Addition Box #161.032
Box 2 Folder za Green River Review, edited by Raymond Tyner (c. 1976) Note : 1) Raymond Tyner, editor, Green River Review & Green River Press, University Center, MI, features of forthcoming Summer 1976 issue & history of Green River Review [1976] Photocopy TL ; 2) Raymond Tyner, Saginaw Valley College, University Center, MI, Green River Press list of publications : Green River Review, International Poetry Review, Kentucky Poetry Series of the Green River Press [1976] Photocopy TL ; 3) Raymond Tyner, editor, Green River Press, Saginaw Valley College, University Center, MI, Green River Press specifications for the publication of translations at Green River Review, International Poetry Review [1976] Photocopy TL. 3 items. 3 p. ; Source : Cary Addition Box #124.003
Box 2 Folder zb Greensboro Review, The, edited by Lee Zacharias (c. 1984) Note : 1) University of North Carolina at Greensboro Inter-Departmental Memorandum mentions [David R.] Slavitt, Morgan Printing Co., UNC-G Classes, Resume, Fred, & Wed., Oct. 17 [1984] AN. 1 item. 1 p. ; Source : Cary Addition Box #124.012
Box 2 Folder zc It Is Time, Lord : A Novel, by Fred Chappell (© 1963) Note : 1) It Is Time, Lord Reviews (ca. 1963) Photocopy typescript. 1 item. 1 p. ; 2) Fred Chappell, Durham, NC. Letter to "Dear Folks" enclosing copies of reviews ; Heath Chappell [b. 1960] enjoying nursery school ; Susan making clothes ; teaching Milton & Romantic Lit ; working on third novel ; trying to finish M.A. this year [c. 1965] ALS. 1 item. 1 p. ; 3) Stuart Wright note : "Mark Hayden Davis, 'Uncle Hayden', is the model for Uncle Luden in I Am One of You Forever, as well as of other uncles and grandfathers in Fred's poetry, especially Midquest. Fred gave me this copy in 1977 or 8. . . . Fred Davis Chappell" (ca. 2009) Annotated typescript. 1 item. 1 p. ; 4) Mark Dayden Davis, Richmond, CA. Letter to Fred Chappell and family thanking Fred for sending his newest book (9 Jan. 1972) ALS & Envelope. 1 item. 2 p. ; 5) Portrait of Fred Chappell (ca. 1965) Photographic print. 4" x 6" Sepia. 1 item. 1 p. ; Source : Cary Addition Box #161.022
Box 2 Folder zd Little Balkans Review, The, edited by Janis DeChicchio (c. 1983) Note : 1) Gene DeGruson, The Little Balkans Press, Inc., Pittsburg, KS. Letter to "Dear Fred Chappell" to say that the printer is promising the "festschrift" by 1 December, will send you copies, enclosing your photograph & page proofs of your poems ; has become a "fan" ; PS : Ted Watts "our artist" had a "nervous breakdown" so we didn't get the drawings of the contributions, using the photographs instead (18 November 1983) ALS. 1 item. 1 p. ; Source : Cary Addition Box #124.049
Box 2 Folder ze Midquest : A Poem, by Fred Chappell (© 1981) Note : 1-2) Look Back The Maytime Days : From the Pages of Fred Chappell ; Produced and performed by Touring Theatre of North Carolina ; Theater tickets (2) ; UpStage Cabaret at Triad State, Greensboro, NC [19-21 May 1981] Printed card. 2 items. 2 p. ; Source : Cay Addition Box #161.019
Box 2 Folder zf Montana Review, The, edited by Rich Ives (c. 1984) Note : 1) [Stuart] Dabney, Letter to "Dear Fred" [Chappell], "Thanks for signing the book and for writing such a generous letter" ; has written to Bob Denman, "volunteering myself" ; did you "deliver something at the James Still festival?" ; adds to Chappell's list of writers ; requests Chappell "teach me how to read Peter Taylor (ca. June 1984) ; says he is enclosing copy of one of his stories [not present] (2 June 1984) TLS. 2 items. 2 p. ; Source : Cary Addition Box #123B.005
Box 2 Folder zg Narcissiad, The, by R. S. Gwynn (c. 1981) Note : 1) [Stuart] Dabney [Lexington, VA] Letter to Dear Fred [Chappell] [Greensboro, NC] complaining about inability to produce any "worthwhile" work, praising proof of The Fred Chappell Reader, recovering from "my tour about the gaudy and HUGE state of Texas", meeting "blowhard . . . hokey yokel" at Texas A & M, talks about Andrew Lytle's Ingersoll award, revising review of "Source" for Tom Fleming, comments on movies "Start Trek" & "Peggy Sue" (29 Nov. 1986) ALS. 1 item. 1 p. ; Source : Cary Addition Box #87.031
Box 2 Folder zh Oriflamb, by Isabel Zuber (c. 1987) Note : 1) Marsha Weaver, Executive Director, North Carolina Writers' Network, Carrboro, NC, Letter to Fred Chappell, Greensboro, NC, thanking him and enclosing a $100 down payment for his work judging the North Carolina Writers' Network Chapbook Competition ; his choice of "Oriflamb" "is a very popular choice". 1 item. 1 p. ; Box #107.1.006
Box 2 Folder zi Pine Mountain Sand & Gravel, by Jim Webb (c. 1987) Note : 1) Jerry Williamson, Editor, Appalachian Journal, Center for Appalachian Studies, University Hall, Boone, NC. Letter to Fred Chappell, Greensboro, NC, enclosing copy of new book by Jim Webb, disappointed at delay in getting Chappell's newest work reviewed (6 April 1987) TLS. 4 items. 4 p. ; Source : Cary Addition Box #124.043
Box 2 Folder zj River : A Poem, by Fred Chappell (© 1975) Note : 1) Allen Tate, Sewanee, TN. Postcard to Stuart Wright has been bedridden and hospitalized by emphysema "so I can't do justice to your remarkable poem, River. It is inventive and powerful. One of the few fine love poems in American literature" (17 Oct. 1975) TNS. 1 item. 1 p. ; 2) Mary Jarrell, Greensboro, NC. Letter to "Dear Susan and Fred" having just finished reading River ; gives her "deep contentment . . . makes me want to live another decade" (20 Dec. 1975) TLS & Envelope. 1 item. 3 p. ; Source : Cary Addition Box #161.023
Box 2 Folder zk Shadow Box : Poems, by Fred Chappell (© 2009) Note : 1) The Debra Vazquez Memorial Poetry Series Presents Fred Chappell : Fireflies, by Fred Chappell From Shadow Box ; Verso : Rhapsody on a Theme, by Debra Vazquez [10 Oct. 2011] Printed card. 1 item. 1 p. ; Source : Cary Addition Box #161.028
Box 2 Folder zl Source, by Fred Chappell (c. 1985) Note : 1) Catherine F. Barton, Managing Editor, Louisiana State University Press, Baton Rouge, LA. Letter to Fred Chappell, Greensboro, NC sending a complimentary copy of new second printing of Source (24 September 1986) TLS. 1 item. 1 p. ; Source : Cary Addition Box #124.046
Box 2 Folder zm Source : Poems, by Fred Chappell (c. 1985) Note : 1) Michael Pinkston, Assistant Marketing Manager, Louisiana State University Press, Baton Rouge, LA. Letter to Dear Reviewer, Greensboro, NC sending a review copy of Source (November 1985) TLS. 1 item. 1 p. ; 2) University of North Carolina, Greensboro, NC Department of English. Invitation to attend reception honoring Fred Chappell for winning Bollingen Prize (26 April 1985) Printed. 1 item. 1 p. ; Source : Cary Addition Box #161.014
Box 2 Folder zn Spring Garden : New and Selected Poems, by Fred Chappell (© 1995) Note : 1) Variations on a Theme by G. G. [George Garrett] by Fred Chappell [17 Oct. 1983] Edited typescript. 1 item. 1 p. ; 2) Susan Chappell. Postcard to Stuart Wright on impact of his garden (27 July 1991) ALS. 1 item. 1 p. ; 3) Susan Chappell. Postcard to Stuart Wright with book by Nichols (ca. 1991) ALS. 1 item. 1 p. ; 4) Susan Chappell. Postcard to Stuart Wright on his garden (23 Jan. 1993) ALS. 1 item. 1 p. ; 5) Susan Chappell. Postcard to Stuart Wright on his garden & books (2 Feb. 1993) ALS. 1 item. 1 p. ; 6) Prologue to the Fantasy Poems of Spring Garden, by Fred Chappell (14 July 1994) Edited typescript. 1 item. 6 p. ; 7) Fred Chappell. Letter to Stuart Wright apologizing for failing to send copy of book ; had to work on university committees (27 Jan. 1996) TLS & Envelope. 1 item. 2 p. ; 8) Fred & Susan Chappell, Greensboro, NC. Letter to Stuart Wright acknowledging receipt of "pigsty drawing" (24 April 1996) ALS & Envelope. 1 item. 2 p. Source : Cary Addition Box #161.031
Box 2 Folder zo Wind Mountain : A Poem, by Fred Chappell (© 1979) Note : 1) Reynolds Price, Duke Station, Durham, NC. Letter to Fred Chappell thanking him for the copy of his play about us ; Miss Mattie Russell of the Manuscripts Dept. would like you to send them more manuscripts ; has been robbed third time in three years by three white veterans ; will have to testify in court tomorrow (13 Aug. 1979) TLS & Envelope. 1 item. 2 p. ; 2) Louisiana State University Press review slip (Dec. 1979) Printed form. 1 item. 1 p. ; Source : Cary Addition Box #161.013
Box 2 Folder zp World According to Garp, The, by John Irving (c. 1976) Note : 1) Stuart Wright holograph note : "Garp : 1) Inscribed 1st ; 2) Advance Review copy (Madden" ; 3 Imp TLS to Fred Chappell from Irving (7 April 78) 3 items in lot" ; 2) John Irving, Putney, VT, Letter to "Dear Fred Chappell" thanking him for sending him copy of his review of Garp ; says Garp dies at age 33 because he was 33 when he started writing the book and couldn't imagine life after 33 ; he doesn't know why he writes epilogues first and then writes books to match them ; is pleased that the book is doing well and getting good publicity (7 April 1978) TLS. 2 items. 2 p. ; Source : Cary Addition Box #108.004
Box 2 Folder zq World Between The Eyes : Poems, by Fred Chappell (© 1971) Note : 1) Leslie E. Phillabaum, Editor, Louisiana State University Press, Baton Rouge, LA. Telegram to Fred Chappell with news that Committee has approved publication of World Between The Eyes (9 Oct. 1970) Printed form & Envelope. 1 item. 2 p. ; 2) Louisiana State University Press Publisher's Contract for World Between the Eyes ; Signed by Charles East, Director, LSU Press (13 Oct. 1970) Printed form. 1 item. 3 p. ; 3) Fred Chappell's poetry manuscript, reviewed by unknown author (ca. 1970) Typescript. 1 item. 3 p. ; 4) Allen Tate, Sewanee, TN. Letter to Fred Chappell saying he had "read and reread" his poems. They are very impressive and fine" ; but "your prose fiction is still your métier" (26 Jan. 1972) ALS & Envelope. 1 item. 2 p. ; 5) Edwin Stirling, University of the South, Sewanee, TN. Letter to Mr. & Mrs. Fred Chappell re Allen Tate's 75th birthday plans (28 Aug. 1974) TLS & Envelope. 1 item. 2 p. ; Source : Cary Addition Box #161.012
Box 2 Folder zr Catching Fire, by Wyatt Wyatt (New York, NY : Random House © 1977) Advance Uncorrected First Proof. 1 item. 141 p. ; Note : Source : Cary Addition Box #124.048
Box 2 Folder zs Chasing Dad, by Candace Flynt (New York, NY : Dial Press, ©1980) Uncorrected Galley Proof. Paper bound. 1 item. 100 p. ; Note : 1) Allen Tate's notes on cover (ca. 1980) ; Stuart Wright holograph note on flyleaf : "Fred Chappell's copy" ; Source : Cary Addition Box #107.1.004
Box 3 Folder a Dagon : A Novel, by Fred Chappell (New York, NY : Harcourt, Brace & World, Inc., © 1968) Advance Uncorrected Page Proofs. 1 item. 62 p. ; Note : Inscribed on title page : "For Stuart [Wright] ole Fred" ; Source : Cary Addition Box #124.039
Box 3 Folder b Exiled Heart, The : A Meditative Autobiography, by Kelly Cherry (Baton Rouge, LA : Louisiana State University Press, ©1991) Uncorrected Advance Proofs. Paper bound. 1 item. 143 p. ; Note : 1) Stuart Wright holograph note on flyleaf : "Fred Chappell's review copy ; Cherry was his grad student" ; Chappell's holograph marginal notes throughout ; Source : Cary Addition Box #123.019
Box 3 Folder c I Am One of You Forever : A Novel, by Fred Chappell (Baton Rouge, LA : Louisiana State University Press, © 1985) Proof & Post it note. 1 item. 92 p. ; Note : Inscribed "Fred Chappell . . . May 4, 1985" by Fred Chappell ; 2) Holograph Post it note on cover : "Note pub date & inscription" (undated) Holograph. 1 item. 1 p. ; Source : Cary Addition Box #124.059
Box 3 Folder d Last Things : A Novel, by Madison Jones (Baton Rouge, LA : Louisiana State University Press ©1989) Uncorrected Advance Proofs. Photocopied. Soft cover. Spiral bound. 1 item. 129 p. ; Note : Chappell's holograph notes on cover praises book; Source : Cary Addition Box #157.004
Box 3 Folder e Lovers & Agnostics : Poems, by Kelly Cherry (Red Clay Books, 1975) Advanced Page Proofs, Clippings & Envelope. Paper bound. 4 items. 64 p. ; Note : Autographed "Kelly Cherry" on title page ; mailed to Fred Chappell ; Source : Cary Addition Box #087.000
Box 3 Folder f Miracle Play : A Novel, by Susan Richards Shreve (New York, NY : William Morrow & Company, Inc. ©1981) Uncorrected Advance Proofs. Unpaged. Paper bound. 1 item. 186 p. ; Note : Chappell's marginal notes on cover ; Source : Cary Addition Box #127.014
Box 4 Folder a Mother Love, by Candace Flynt (New York, NY : Farrar - Straus - Giroux, ©1987) Uncorrected Proofs. Paper bound. 1 item. 168 p. ; Note : Includes letter from Candace Flynt thanking Chappell for his "dream review" (25 March 1987) TLS. 1 item. 1 p. ; Chappell's marginal notes throughout & on cover ; Source : Cary Addition Box #123.018
Box 4 Folder b Notes Toward A Theory of Flight [Short Story] by Fred Chappell (n.p. : Dogwood Press, 1984) Page Proofs & TLS. 2 items. 13 p. ; Note : Inscribed "Ghost" on front cover ; Fred Chappell, Letter to Stuart Wright saying he has never heard of Dogwood Press ; calls the pamphlet a "ghost" (8 Nov. 1993) TLS ; Fabric swatch attached to front cover ; Source : Cary Addition Box #123.000
Box 4 Folder c Ode to the Confederate Dead . . . , by Allen Tate ; Reprinted from The Sewanee Review, Vol. 60, no. 3 (Summer 1952) Corrected Page Proofs & Reprint. 3 items. 22 p. ; Note : Includes French translation by Jacques Maritain & Raissa Maritain and a Note on the French version by Jackson Mathews ; Source : Cary Addition Box #160.003
Box 4 Folder d One More River : Stories [Book] by Lester Goldberg (Urbana, IL : University of Illinois Press ©1977) Uncorrected Page Proofs, Photocopied Readers Copy, Clippings. Paper bound. 3 items. 80 p. ; Note : Clippings : publicity photo of Goldberg & publication announcement ; Source : Cary Addition Box #126.000
Box 4 Folder e Rediscoveries, by David Madden (New York, NY : Crown Publishers, Inc. ©1971) Uncorrected Galley Proofs. Paper bound. 1 item. 119 p. ; Note : Includes French translation by Jacques Maritain & Raissa Maritain and a Note on the French version by Jackson Mathews ; Source : Cary Addition Box #123.025
Box 4 Folder f Writer's Mind, The : Interviews with American Authors, Vol. 1, edited by Irv Broughton (Fayetteville, AR : University of Arkansas Press, 1989) Uncorrected Proofs. Spiral bound. 1 item. 199 p. Note : Cover missing, torn ; needs conservation ; Source : Cary Addition Box #107.1.016
Box 5 Folder a Francis Marion Writers' Retreat, Florence, SC, Francis Marion College (26 - 28 May 1988), pp. 513 - 520. Brochure. 2 items. 6 p. ; Note : Fred Chappell listed as "staff" member ; Source : Cary Addition Box #124
Box 5 Folder b Fred Chappell Festival, The [Advertisement] Emory & Henry College, [Emory, VA] (11 - 12 Oct. 1984) Broadside. 1 item. 1 p. ; Note : Source : Cary Addition Box #123
Box 5 Folder c Haywood County North Carolina Arts Council [Brochure] (1986), pp. 3 - 4. Newsletter [Partial] 1 item. 1 p. ; Note : Includes biographical sketch of Fred Chappell, 1954 -1986 (p. 4) ; Source : Cary Addition Box #124.000
Box 5 Folder d Jericho, Jericho, Jericho, World Premiere, by Michael Williams and Larry Moore, Adapted from the short story by Andrew Lytle, Directed by Michael Williams; & Subway Circus, by William Saroyan, Directed by Joseph Wills [Playbill] Vanderbilt University Theatre, Nashville, TN [10 - 12 December 1968] Brochure. 1 item. 2 p. ; Note : Source : Cary Addition Box #124.000
Box 5 Folder e Thomas Mann's Novel Doctor Faustus : A Wagnerian Novel [Literary Essay] by George Remhardt, Mosaic, Vol. 18, no. 4 (Fall 1985), pp. 109 - 122. Reprint. 2 items. 11 p. ; Note : Holograph note to "Dear Fred . . . George" on p. 109 (undated) 1 item. 1 p. ; annotated by Fred Chappell in margins ; Source : Cary Addition Box #124
Box 5 Folder f Aubade - Score - Teller [Poems] by Fred Chappell (undated), pp. 5 - 10. Offprints, Tearsheets. 2 items. 6 p. ; Note : Source : Cary Addition Box #124.000
Box 5 Folder g Comic Structure of The Sound and the Fury [Literary Essay] by Fred Chappell, The Mississippi Quarterly, Vol. 31, no. 3 (Summer 1978), pp. 381 - 386. Reprint. 4 items. 20 p. ; Note : Source : Cary Addition Box #123.000
Box 5 Folder h Few Things About Fred Chappell, A [Literary Essay] by George Garrett, The Mississippi Quarterly, Vol. 37, no. 1 (Winter 1983 - 1984) Reprint. 4 items. 40 p. ; Note : Source : Cary Addition Box #123.000
Box 5 Folder i Fred Chappell, 1936 - [Autobiographical Sketch] by Fred Chappell, Contemporary Authors Autobiographical Series, Vol. 4 (Detroit, MI : Gale, ©1986), pp. 113 - 126. Offprint. 1 item. 7 p. ; Note : Source : Cary Addition Box #123.000
Box 5 Folder j Image of the South in Film, The, by Fred Chappell, Southern Humanities Review, Vol. 12, no. 4 (Fall 1978), pp. 303 - 317. Reprints. 5 items. 35 p. Note : Autographed "Fred Chappell" on cover (1 copy) ; on p. 303 (2 copies) ; not autographed (2 copies) ; Source : Cary Addition Box #124
Box 5 Folder k Latencies [Poem] by Fred Chappell, Southern Humanities Review, Vol. 18, no. 4 (Fall 1984) Reprint. 2 items. 5 p. ; Note : Source : Cary Addition Box #103A.000
Box 5 Folder l Letters From A Distant Lover : The Novels of Fred Chappell [Literary Essay] by Richard Dillard, The Hollins Critic, Vol. 10, no. 3 (April 1973), pp. 1, 4 - 13. Reprint. 1 item. 8 p. ; Note : Autographed "Fred Chappell" on front cover ; Source : Cary Addition Box #124
Box 5 Folder m Pact With Faustus, A [Literary Essay] by Fred Chappell, The Mississippi Quarterly, Vol. 37, no. 1 (Winter 1983 - 1984), pp. 9 - 20. Reprints. 3 items. 24 p. Note : Source : Cary Addition Box #124
Box 5 Folder n Persistence [Short Story] by Peter Makluk, Reprinted from The Yale Review (9 June 1984), pp. 419 - 428. Reprint. 1 item. 8 p. ; Note : Holograph note on front cover : "For Fred & Susan [Chappell] Best Peter [Makluk] 9 June 84 Cedar Lakes, W.V." ; Stuart Wright Post-it note on cover : "See back wrap" ; Back cover holograph note lists 8 authors ; cover held in place with pressure sensitive tape ; needs conservation ; Source : Cary Addition Box #123.000
Box 5 Folder o Recent Poetry : Elegancies [Literary Essay] by Fred Chappell, Western Humanities Review, Vol. 37, no. 3 (Autumn 1983), pp. 251 - 260. Reprint. 2 items. 10 p. ; Note : Autographed "Fred Chappell" on front cover ; Source : Cary Addition Box #124
Box 5 Folder p Shakespeare's Coriolanus and Plutarch's Life of Cato [Literary Essay] by Fred Chappell, Renaissance Papers (1962), pp. 9 - 26. Reprint. 1 item. 6 p. ; Note : Autographed "For Stuart [Wright] -- Fred Chappell" on p. 9 ; Source : Cary Addition Box #124
Box 5 Folder q Six Propositions About Literature and History [Literary Essay] by Fred Chappell, New Literary History, Vol. 1, no. 3 (1970), pp. 513 - 520. Reprint. 1 item. 7 p. ; Note : Source : Cary Addition Box #124
Box 5 Folder r Watergate and American Conservatism [History] by Robert M. Calhoun, The South Atlantic Quarterly, Vol. 88, no. 2 (Spring 1984), pp. 127 - 137. Offprint & ALS. 2 items. 9 p. ; Note : Cover inscribed to "Fred & Sue - Welcome home - Bob [Calhoun]" ; Robert M. Calhoun. Letter to Fred Chappell enclosing Calhoun's article (undated) ALS ; Source : Cary Addition Box #124
Box 5 Folder s What Did Adrian Leverkuhn Create? [Speech] by Fred Chappell, University of North Carolina, Greensboro, Postscript 2 (1985), pp. 11 - 17. Offprint. 19 items (copies). 76 p. ; Note : Source : Cary Addition Box #107.1.003
Box 5 Folder s Cow & Kisses [Poems] by Fred Chappell (Raleigh, NC : The Paper Plant, 1985) Flyer. 12 items. 24 p. ; Note : Source : Cary Addition Box #125.000
Box 5 Folder t Man Twice Married to Fire, The [Poems] by Fred Chappell (Greensboro, NC : Unicorn Press, ©1977) Pamphlet. 1 item. 7 p. ; Note : Made possible by a grant from the North Carolina Arts Council ; Dedicated to Allen & Helen Tate ; Source : Cary Addition Box #145
Box 5 Folder u North Carolina Writers' Network Fall Conference, Greensboro, NC [Program] (11 - 13 Nov. 1988) Pamphlet. 1 item. 10 p. ; Note : "Includes biographical sketch of Chappell (p. 2) who was on the program to read his poetry (p. 9) ; Autographed "Fred Chappell" on front cover ; Source : Cary Addition Box #127
Box 5 Folder v Oliver Max Gardner Award 1986, The [Program] : Meeting of the Board of Governors of the University of North Carolina Chapel Hill (9 May 1986) Pamphlet. 1 item. 10 p. ; Note : 1) Fred Chappell was the honoree in 1986 ; Source : Cary Addition Box #123.000
Box 5 Folder w Wild Men, The [Poems] edited by Jeff Johnson (Touchstone #6, Knoxville, TN, 1978) Pamphlet. 1 item. 4 p. ; Note : 1) includes poem "Patience" by Fred Chappell ; Source : Cary Addition Box #127.000
Box 5 Folder x Archive : The Archive Festival Issue [Magazine] Vol. 77, no. 2 (April 1965) Periodical. 2 items. 39 p. ; Note : 1) Holograph note inserted : "GG [George Garrett] judged the contest ; His marks" ; 2) Holograph note on title page : "George Garrett's copy" ; includes two poems by Fred Chappell ; Source : Cary Addition Box #124.000
Box 5 Folder y Brown Bag, The [Magazine] Greensboro, NC. Vol. 1, no. 4 (undated) Periodical. 1 item. 20 p. ; Note : 1) "The Mother" autographed by "Fred Chappell" on p. 3 ; 2) Poems autographed "Robert Morgan" on p. 33 ; Source : Cary Addition Box #123.000
Box 5 Folder z Campus Newsletter, UNC Greensboro [Magazine] Vol. 26, no. 9 (2 June 1985 - 12 Jan. 1986) Newsletter, Clipping, Invitation card. 3 items. 6 p. ; Note : 1) Includes article entitled "Honoring Mid-year Graduates : Fred Chappell to Speak at Convocation" (p. 1) ; 2) also includes clipping : "Fred Chappell to Address UNC-G Convocation" Greensboro News & Record (5 Dec. 1985) ; 3) also includes invitation to attend UNC-G Convocation ; Source : Cary Addition Box #123.000
Box 5 Folder za Imprimus, Hilldale College, Hillsdale, MI [Magazine] Vol. 18, no. 5 (May 1989) Newsletter. 3 items. 12 p. ; Note : 3 copies of same issue : 1) One copy autographed "Fred Chappell" on p. 1 ; 2) Chronicling the Culture : The Poet and the Modern Epic Ambition [Literary Essay] by Fred Chappell (p. 1 - 5) ; Source : Cary Addition Box #123.000
Box 5 Folder zb Jamais Vu Papers, The [Magazine] Los Angeles, CA. Vol. 1, no. 9 (May 1988) Newsletter. 1 item. 4 p. ; Note : 1) Addressed to Fred Chappell ; Source : Cary Addition Box #125.000
Box 5 Folder zc James Dickey Newsletter, The [Magazine] Dunwoody, GA. Vol. 1, no. 1 (Fall 1984) Newsletter & TLS. 2 items. 16 p. ; Note : 1) Fred Chappell listed as Advising / Contributing Editor ; Includes "Phaethon" [Poem] by Fred Chappell (p. 10) ; Autographed "Fred Chappell" in margin on p. 10 ; Source : Cary Addition Box #123.000
Box 5 Folder zd James Dickey Newsletter, The [Magazine] Dunwoody, GA. Vol. 3, no. 1 (Fall 1986) Newsletter. 1 item. 18 p. ; Note : 1) Fred Chappell listed as Advising / Contributing Editor ; Issue includes review of "Portrait of the Poet as Teacher : James Dickey" by Grace DiSanto (p. 29) ; Source : Cary Addition Box #123.000
Box 5 Folder ze Yale Alumnus Magazine [Magazine] Vol. 48, no. 5 (March 1985) Newsletter. 1 item. 38 p. ; Note : 1) Includes "Bollingen Prize Shared by Two Poets" (p. 15) [Fred Chappell & John Ashbery" ; Source : Cary Addition Box #147.000
Folder os2 Gift, The [Poem] by Fred Chappell [1985] Corrected First Printer's Proof. 1 item. 1 p. 7" x 24" Note : Source : Cary Addition Box #118.000
Folder os3 Bollingen Prize Brings Fred Chappell National Renown, by Wilson Davis ; UNC - Greensboro Writers' Haven, by Melinda Stovall, Bulletin of the University of North Carolina at Greensboro, Vol. 74, no. 3 (March 1985), p. 9, 11, 15. Periodical. 1 item. 4 p. 11.5" x 16.5" Note : Filed oversized ; Source : transferred from Cary Addition Box #123.000
Folder os4 Chappell, Whisnant and Owen, The Revolutionaries, by Bob Bell, The Ridgerunner, UNC at Asheville, Vol. 5, no. 14 (27 May 1970), p. 4. Periodical. 1 item. 4 p. 11.5" x 17" Note : Filed oversized ; Source : transferred from Cary Addition Box #123.000
Folder os5 Epitaphs [Passage from "I Am One of You Forever"] by Fred Chappell, Books & Religion : A Monthly Review, Published by the Duke University Divinity School, Vol. 15, no. 3,4 (March - April 1987), p. 13. Periodical. 1 item. 16 p. 11.5" x 16" Note : Filed oversized ; Autographed "Fred Chappell" on p. 13 ; Source : transferred from Cary Addition Box #126.000
Folder os6 Fred Chappell - Exploring Sources : Interview by Alex Albright, Circa : A Journal of Pitt - Greenville Arts Council, Vol. 15, no. 2 (Spring 1985), p. 4. Periodical & Duplicate p. 4. 2 items. 4 p. 11" x 17" Note : Filed oversized ; Stuart Wright post-it note : "Fred's copy" ; duplicated p. 4 autographed "Fred Chappell" ; Source : transferred from Cary Addition Box #123.000
Folder os7 Prize - Winning Poet Fred Chappell, by Stephen Amidon, Spectator : Magazine of the Triad, Greensboro, NC, Vol. 1, no. 18 (14 - 20 Feb. 1985), p. 5 - 7. Periodical. 1 item. 18 p. 12" x 14" Note : Filed oversized ; Source : transferred from Cary Addition Box #123.000
Box 6 Folder a Anders, Shirley Bowers Balancing Joy, A : Poems, by Shirley Bowers Anders. Correspondence with Stuart Wright & Fred Chappell (1, 11 Aug. 1985) ALS, TLS, Envelope. 4 items. 38 p. ; Note : Includes poems not included in the manuscript as possible replacements, etc. ; Source : Ludlow Addition Box #162.005
Box 6 Folder b Bizzaro, Patrick, Greenville, NC. Letter to Stuart Wright, Winston-Salem, NC (9 May 1995) TLS & Envelope. 2 items. 2 p. ; Note : PB cannot use Fred Chappell Checklist in his book ; Source : Ludlow Addition Box #162.005
Box 6 Folder c Chappell, Fred, Greensboro, NC. Correspondence with George Garrett (24 June 1987) ALS, Reprint & Envelopes. 4 items. 13 p. ; Note : Encloses George Garrett's Contemporary Authors Autobiography Series, Vol. 5 entry ; Source : Ludlow Addition Box #162.005
Box 6 Folder d Chappell, Fred, Greensboro, NC. Correspondence with Stuart Wright, Ludlow, UK (2006) TLS & Envelopes. 18 items. 32 p. ; Note : Concerns personal and literary affairs ; Source : Ludlow Addition Box #162.005
Box 6 Folder e Chappell, Fred, Greensboro, NC. Correspondence with Stuart Wright, Ludlow, UK (2007) TLS & Envelopes. 29 items. 118 p. ; Note : Concerns personal and literary affairs ; includes clippings, printed materials & photographic prints ; RESTRICTION : sexually explicit images ; Source : Ludlow Addition Box #162.005
Box 6 Folder f Chappell, Fred, Greensboro, NC. Correspondence with Stuart Wright, Ludlow, UK (2008) TLS & Envelopes. 18 items. 60 p. ; Note : Concerns personal and literary affairs ; includes clippings, printed materials & photographic prints ; Source : Ludlow Addition Box #162.005
Box 6 Folder g Chappell, Fred, Greensboro, NC. Correspondence with Stuart Wright, Ludlow, UK (2009) TLS & Envelopes. 24 items. 55 p. ; Note : Concerns personal and literary affairs ; includes clippings, printed materials & photographic prints ; Source : Ludlow Addition Box #162.005
Box 6 Folder h Chappell, Fred, Greensboro, NC. Correspondence with Stuart Wright, Ludlow, UK (2010) TLS & Envelopes. 29 items. 46 p. ; Note : Concerns personal and literary affairs ; includes clippings, printed materials & photographic prints ; Source : Ludlow Addition Box #162.005
Box 6 Folder i Chappell, Fred, Greensboro, NC. Correspondence with Stuart Wright, Ludlow, UK (Jan. - June 2011) TLS. 18 items. 41 p. ; Note : Concerns personal and literary affairs ; includes clippings, typescripts, ephemera, etc. ; Source : Ludlow Addition Box #162.005
Box 6 Folder j Chappell, Fred, Greensboro, NC. Correspondence with Stuart Wright, Ludlow, UK (July - Dec. 2011) TLS. 18 items. 97 p. ; Note : Concerns personal and literary affairs ; includes clippings, typescripts, ephemera, etc. ; Source : Ludlow Addition Box #162.005
Box 6 Folder k Chappell, Fred, Greensboro, NC. Correspondence with Stuart Wright, Ludlow, UK (2012) TLS. 18 items. 97 p. ; Note : Concerns personal and literary affairs ; includes clippings, typescripts, photographic prints, printed materials, etc. ; Source : Ludlow Addition Box #162.005
Box 7 Folder a Chappell, Fred, Greensboro, NC. Empty envelopes to Stuart Wright (1979 - 1987) Envelopes. 12 items. 12 p. ; Note : Source : Ludlow Addition Box #162.005
Box 7 Folder b Chappell, Fred, Greensboro, NC. Letter to Ellen Wilbur (8 July 1984) ALS & Envelope. 2 items. 2 p. ; Note : Fred Chappell read "Wind and Birds and Human Voices . . . With great enjoyment" ; Source : Ludlow Addition Box #163.005
Box 7 Folder c Chappell, Fred, Greensboro, NC. Letter to J. William Click, Winthrop College, SC (4 March 1989) ALS. 1 item. 2 p. ; Note : Fred Chappell recommends "George R. "Tex" Wood for a position teaching in the Department of Mass Communication at Winthrop College ; Source : Ludlow Addition Box #162.005
Box 7 Folder d Chappell, Fred, Greensboro, NC. Letter to Stuart Wright, Winston-Salem, NC (3 April 1990) ALS, Photocopy typescript & Envelope. 3 items. 8 p. ; Note : ANS conveying Chappell's Publications 1990-1991 ; Source : Ludlow Addition Box #162.005
Box 7 Folder e Chappell, Fred, Greensboro, NC. Letters sent (1977 - 1984) ALS, TLS. 8 items. 12 p. ; Note : includes letters returned to sender ; Source : Ludlow Addition Box #162.005
Box 7 Folder f Chappell, Fred, Greensboro, NC. Letters to Stuart Wright, Ludlow, UK (23 Jan. 1979 - 1 Dec. 1983) ALS, TLS & Envelopes, Etc. 6 items. 15 p. ; Note : Source : Ludlow Addition Box #162.005
Box 7 Folder g Chappell, Fred, Greensboro, NC. Letters to Stuart Wright, Winston-Salem, NC (19 Feb. 1985) ALS Postcard. 1 item. 1 p. ; Note : Acknowledging congratulations on winning Bollingen Prize ; Source : Ludlow Addition Box #162.005
Box 7 Folder h Chappell, Fred. Letter "to Lee and Committee" (26 Feb. 1989) TLS & Envelope. 2 items. 4 p. ; Note : Letter to UNC Greensboro Committee on Tenure of "Gib" [Gibbons Ruark ?] ; Source : Ludlow Addition Box #162.005
Box 7 Folder i Chappell, Susan (Mrs. Fred), Greensboro, NC. Letters to Stuart Wright, Ludlow, UK (1981 - 2011) ALS. 6 items. 10 p. ; Note : Source : Ludlow Addition Box #162.005
Box 7 Folder j Garrett, George, Charlottesville, VA. Letter to Fred Chappell, Greensboro, NC (undated) TLS. 1 item. 1 p. ; Note : Garrett's recommendations for Fellowship of Southern Writers Award ; Source : Ludlow Addition Box #162.005
Box 7 Folder k Heston, Charlton. Letter to M. Reid Overcash (27 Nov. 1979) TLS. 1 item. 1 p. ; Note : Thanks Overcash for "the lovely broadside . . . My compliments to Mr. Chappell" ; Source : Ludlow Addition Box #161.004
Box 7 Folder l Hogan, Moreland, Davidson, NC. Letter to Fred Chappell, Greensboro, NC (24 Feb. 1977) TLS. 1 item. 1 p. ; Note : Regarding type face "Bembo" to be used in publishing book of poems ; Source : Ludlow Addition Box #162.005
Box 7 Folder m Howes, Barbara, North Pownal, VT. Letter to Fred Chappell (28 Oct. 1978) TLS. 2 items. 11 p. ; Note : Encloses "The Private Gardens of Barbara Howes", The Hollins Critic, Vol. 15, no. 3 (June 1978) Periodical. Source : Ludlow Addition Box #162.005
Box 7 Folder n Ramsey, Paul. Appraisal of his poetry by Fred Chappell (undated) Holograph. 1 item. 2 p. ; Note : Source : Ludlow Addition Box #162.005
Box 7 Folder o Schell, Jessie (Ms.) Chappell recommends her for a position at an unnamed institution (undated) Holograph. 1 item. 2 p. ; Note : Source : Ludlow Addition Box #162.005
Box 7 Folder p Autobiography, Fred Chappell, 1936 - (1985) Corrected typescript [Setting Copy] & Envelope. 2 items. 46 p. ; Note : Source : Ludlow Addition Box #162.005
Box 7 Folder q Balancing Joy, A : Poems, by Shirley Bowers Anders (ca. 1986) Corrected typescript. 1 item. 76 p. ; Note : Source : Ludlow Addition Box #162.005
Box 7 Folder r Chappell Bibliographies (1983 - 1989) Edited typescripts. 6 items. 41 p. ; Note : Source : Ludlow Addition Box #162.005
Box 7 Folder s Chappell [Fred] Interviews Stuart Wright regarding Palaemon Press & William Goyen's novella, Wonderful Plant (22 July 1991) Corrected typescript & Envelope. 2 items. 17 p. ; Note : Audio Cassette Tape of interview available at : #1169.017.162.005c ; Source : Ludlow Addition Box #162.005
Box 7 Folder t Chappell [Fred] Publications (1992 - 1993) Edited typescript & Envelope. 2 items. 12 p. ; Note : Source : Ludlow Addition Box #162.005
Box 7 Folder u Fred Chappell Checklist [1954 - 1988], by Stuart Wright (unpublished) (ca. 1988) Typescript. 1 item. 76 p. ; Note : Source : Ludlow Addition Box #162.005
Box 7 Folder v Introduction [to George Garrett] by Fred Chappell (5 Feb. 1987) Typescript & Envelope. 2 items. 6 p. ; Note : Source : Ludlow Addition Box #162.005
Box 7 Folder w Mountains, The, by Fred Chappell. Chapter from I Am One of You Forever returned to Chappell by LUS Press (19 March 1984) TLS & Edited Typescript. 2 items. 28 p. ; Note : Source : Ludlow Addition Box #162.005
Box 7 Folder x Snow Day, by Rosanna Warren (3 July 1981) Corrected typescript & Envelope. 2 items. 41 p. ; Note : Fred Chappell mailed to Stuart Wright, Palaemon Press ; Source : Ludlow Addition Box #162.005
Box 7 Folder y Twenty-Six Propositions About Skin Flicks, by Fred Chappell (undated) ALS Title Page, Typescript. 1 item. 10 p. ; Note : Inscribed "George Garrett" on title page ; Source : Ludlow Addition Box #162.005
Box 8 Folder a Backsass : Poems, by Fred Chappell (© 2004) Note : 1) Fred Chappell. Letter to Stuart Wright on visit of his son Heath, a club musician ; his daily routine ; spends most of his day writing "scribble, scribbul, scribblen . . . " ; "trying to round up all my satiric poems" ; working on fiction manuscript ; "It would be nice to make some money for a change . . . " (21 March 2008) TLS. 1 item. 1 p. ; Source : Ludlow Addition Box #162.019
Box 8 Folder b Bloodfire : A Poem, by Fred Chappell (© 1978) Note : 1) Fred Chappell, Greensboro, NC. Envelope addressed to Stuart Wright (15 Oct. 1979) Empty envelope. 1 item. 1 p. ; Source : Ludlow Addition Box #162.029
Box 8 Folder c Driftlake : A Lieder Cycle, by Fred Chappell (© 1981) Note : 1) Stuart Wright note : "Denham got decorated and plain papers from me - SW" (ca. 1981) ANS. 1 item. 1 p. ; 2) University of North Carolina at Greensboro, Department of English. Invitation to reception honoring Fred Chappell on his being awarded the Bollingen Prize in Poetry and featuring a reading by the poet (26 April 1985) Printed card & Envelope. 1 item. 2 p. ; 3-4) Iron Mountain Press, Emory, VA. Driftlake publication announcement slip (ca. 1981) Flyer. 2 items. 2 p. ; 5-6) Iron Mountain Press, Emory, VA. Driftlake postcard order form (ca. 1981) Printed form. 2 items. 2 p. ; Flyers brittle & folded ; needs conservation ; Source : Ludlow Addition Box #162.011
Box 8 Folder d Ear in Bartram's Tree, An, by Jonathan Williams (© 1962, 1969) Note : 1) Jonathan Williams, The Jargon Society, Inc., Highlands, NC. Letter to Fred Chappell saying he will not be able to attend Chappell's reading in Asheville ; hope to meet one day (18 March 1981) TLS. 1 item. 1 p. ; Source : Ludlow Addition Box #191.018
Box 8 Folder e Farewell I'm Bound to Leave You, by Fred Chappell (© 1996) Note : 1) Fred Chappell, Letter to Stuart Wright on publication of book, book tours, enclosing copy ; George Garrett's cataract surgery, cataract, problems ; [William] Goyen book will appear soon (22 Dec. 1996) TLS & Envelope. 1 item. 1 p. ; 2) Fred Chappell, Greensboro, NC. Letter to Stuart Wright thanking him for comments on Farewell ; George Garrett tribute ; seeing you at Sewanee ; book of essays on the Elizabethan trilogy ; "the Pulitzer is never to be mine while Richard Howard lives. He has said so in public." (18 Jan. 1997) TLS & Envelope. 1 item. 1 p. ; 3) Fred Chappell, Greensboro, NC. Letter to Stuart Wright commenting on "your contretemps with Bizarro and the bibliography" ; book coming out in September from LSU & speculates on contributors ; working on introduction to book of essays on George Garrett ; "As for Richard Howard, fuck im [sic]" (27 Jan. 1997) TLS & Envelope. 1 item. 1 p. ; 4) Fred Chappell, Greensboro, NC. Letter to Stuart Wright mentioning "fresher info on the Garrett book" ; has written introduction to it ; comments on conflicts with [Louis D. Rubin, Jr.] ; Rubin and Andrew Lytle and anti-Semitism at Fellowship of Southern Writers meetings (1 Feb. 1997) TLS & Envelope. 1 item. 1 p. ; 5) GW Magazine & UNCG MFA Writing Program. Invitation to attend reading by Fred Chappell (6 Feb. 1997) Printed card & Envelope. 1 item. 1 p. ; Source : Ludlow Addition Box #162.016
Box 8 Folder f First and Last Words : Poems, by Fred Chappell (© 1989) Note : 1) Louisiana State University Press Book News : Fred Chappell biographical sketch ; Praise for Fred Chappell (Feb. 1989) Periodical. 1 item. 1 p. ; 2) Louisiana State University Press Book News : First and Last Words : Poems by Fred Chappell (March 1989) Periodical. 1 item. 1 p. ; 3) Dedication to First and Last Words : "For Reynolds [Price] : "Since We Were Lads . . . " (ca. 1989) Proof. 1 item. 1 p. ; 4) Reynolds Price, Durham, NC. Letter to Fred Chappell commenting on First and Last Words : "It's such a strong book" ; reminiscing over their years of friendship since 1954 (7 March 1989) TLS & Envelope. 1 item. 2 p. ; Source : Ludlow Addition Box #162.003
Box 8 Folder g Fred Chappell Reader, The, by Fred Chappell (© 1987) Note : 1) James Kibler, University of Georgia, Department of English, Athens, GA. Letter to Stuart Wright regarding possible bibliography of Chappell ; reviewed Wright's bibliography of Dickey (10 July 1984) ALS. 1 item. 1 p. ; 2) James Kibler, University of Georgia, Department of English, Athens, GA. Letter to Stuart Wright regarding possible bibliography of Chappell ; already finding new materials (22 Aug. 1984) ALS. 1 item. 1 p. ; 3) Fred Chappell, Greensboro, NC. Envelope addressed to Stuart Wright with Stuart Wright Post-it note attached : "I reviewed this one in Sewanee Rev. See Fred's letter [Letter missing]" (11 March 1986) Envelope & Post-it note. 1 item. 2 p. ; 4) George Witte, Editorial, St. Martin's Press, Inc., New York, NY. Letter to George Core, The Sewanee Review, enclosing an advance copy of The Fred Chappell Reader and thanking Core for mentioning it in The Sewanee Review (12 Feb. 1987) TLS. 1 item. 1 p. ; 5) The Fred Chappell Reader reviewed in Publishers Weekly (13 Feb. 1987) Clipping. 1 item. 1 p. ; 6) I See A Darkness : From the Supernatural to the Subconscious, Horror Stories Hold a Hallowed Place in American Fiction, by James Lovegrove, Financial Times Book Section ; Fred Chappell inscription (12-13 Dec. 2009) Clipping. 1 item. 1 p. ; Source : Ludlow Addition Box #162.006
Box 8 Folder h Function of the Poet, The, by Fred Chappell (© 1990) Note : 1) Stuart Wright Post-it note : "After dinner at Bert's Seafood Grille, Springgarden St., Greensboro, NC . . . Fred rec'd the copies on Friday the 13th and had not mailed out any as of this date. Bob Denham had them printed - " (15 July 1990) AN. 1 item. 1 p. ; Source : Ludlow Addition Box #162.013
Box 8 Folder i Goyen Companion, A : Appreciations of a Writer's Writer [Brooke Horvath, Paul Ruffin, Irving Malin] (© 1997) Note : 1) Jean W. Ross, BC Research, Columbia, SC. Letter to Stuart Wright saying they would be pleased to add his comments to a tribute to William Goyen ; Inscribed : "Published / I have no copy SW [Stuart Wright]" (19 Dec. 1983) TLS. 1 item. 1 p. ; 2) Fred Chappell, Greensboro, NC. Letter to Stuart Wright saying Goyen book will appear in February from University of Texas Press, suggests sources for copies, Sewanee "thing was actually lots of fun", comments on acquaintances who attended : John and Mairi McCormick, Sullivans, George Core & wife, Monroe Spears, Scott Bates, Maria Kirby-Smith, traveling a lot this semester (8 Jan. 1997) TLS & Envelope. 1 item. 2 p. ; 3) Fred Chappell, Greensboro, NC. Letter to Stuart Wright saying Goyen book has just come in but don't have an extra copy to send (21 Feb. 1997) TLS & Envelope. 1 item. 2 p. ; 4) University of Texas Press, Austin, TX. Shipping Copy of Invoice for Goyen Companion (18 June 1997) Printed form. 4 items. 6 p. ; Source : Ludlow Addition Box #180.004
Box 8 Folder j I Am One of You Forever : A Novel, by Fred Chappell (© 1985) Note : 1) Louisiana State University Press, Baton Rouge, LA. I Am One of You Forever Window-Display Contest news release (ca. Aug. 1987) Newsletter. 1 item. 2 p. ; 2-3) Friends of the Haywood County Public Library & Haywood County Arts Council, Canton, NC. I Am One of You Forever : A Homecoming for Fred Chappell ; conference to honor Fred Chappell (ca. 30 April 1988) Brochure. 2 items. 10 p. ; 4) Fred Chappell. Postcard to Stuart Wright on I Am One of You Forever Stationery (31 Oct. 1988) ALS. 1 item. 1 p. ; 5) Diane Holt, Atticus Books, Greensboro, NC. Letter to Stuart Wright inviting him to a book-signing party for I Am One of You Forever [28 April 1985] ALS & Envelope. 1 item. 2 p. ; Source : Ludlow Addition Box #162.017
Box 8 Folder k Image of the South in Film, by Fred Chappell (Southern Humanities Review, Vol. 12, no. 4 (Fall 1978) Note : 1) Southern Humanities Review, The Editors. Postcard to Fred Chappell stating that they have accepted "The Image of the South in Film" for publication (15 July 1979) TN. 1 item. 1 p. ; Source : Ludlow Addition Box #162.028
Box 8 Folder l It Is Time, Lord : A Novel, by Fred Chappell (© 1963) Note : 1) Stuart Wright note : "Robert Watson / From UNC-G Collection (Southern Renaissance via Broadfoot)" (undated) AN. 1 item. 1 p. ; Source : Ludlow Addition Box #178.002
Box 8 Folder m Man Twice Married to Fire, The, by Fred Chappell (© 1977) Note : 1) Allen Tate, Nashville, TN. Letter to Susan and Fred Chappell thanking him for dedication of The Man Twice Married to Fire (25 Aug. 1977) TLS & Envelope. 1 item. 2 p. ; 2) Fred Chappell, Greensboro, NC. Empty mailing envelope addressed to Stuart Wright (6 Dec. 2006) Envelope. 1 item. 1 p. ; Source : Ludlow Addition Box #162.010
Box 8 Folder n Pact With Faustus, A, by Fred Chappell, Mississippi Quarterly, Vol. 37, no. 1 (Winter 1983-1984) Note : 1) Fred Chappell, University of North Carolina at Greensboro, Department of English. Letter to Stuart Wright on return from England, Midwest, Chicago, Etc. ; glad you like Mississippi Quarterly ; suggests contacting James Kibler ; has pile of mail for you to pick up ; suggests meeting, possibly with Mary [Jarrell?] (30 June 1984) ALS & Envelope. 1 item. 2 p. ; Source : Ludlow Addition Box #162.027
Box 8 Folder o Plow Naked : Selected Writings on Poetry, by Fred Chappell (© 1993) Note : 1) Portrait of Fred and Susan Chappell standing on a Dock (undated) Photographic print. Color. 3.5" x 5" 1 item. 1 p. ; 2) Fred Chappell ["Ole Fred"] Postcard to Stuart Wright acknowledging receipt of Fauré recording ; enclosing a tape of him and "GPG" [George P. Garrett] ; Verso : Photo of a 1920s era bare breasted woman (27 March 1990) Postcard. 1 item. 1 p. ; 3) Stuart Wright note : "N.B. My guess is that Fred is making reference to my review of Larkin's letters in the Summer 1993 Sewanee Review, in which I say something to the effect that Larkin uses the world 'stuff' better than any other writer." (ca. 1993) TN. 1 item. 1 p. ; Source : Ludlow Addition Box #162.004
Box 8 Folder p Shadow Box : Poems, by Fred Chappell (© 2009) Note : 1) Fred Chappell. Letter to Stuart Wright enclosing copy of Shadow Box ; Early Music Festival season ending (23 July 2009) TLS. 1 item. 1 p. ; Source : Ludlow Addition Box #162.005
Box 8 Folder q Source : Poems, by Fred Chappell (© 1985) Note : 1) The Paper Plant, Raleigh, NC. Advertisement / order form for several publications including Kisses, by Fred Chappell (ca. 1985) Photocopy. 1 item. 1 p. ; Source : Ludlow Addition Box #162.020
Box 8 Folder r Wind Mountain : A Poem, by Fred Chappell (© 1979) Note : 1) Fred Chappell, Greensboro, NC. Envelope addressed to Stuart Wright (5 Oct. 1979) Empty envelope. 1 item. 1 p. ; Source : Ludlow Addition Box #162.030
Box 8 Folder s Fred Chappell Photograph (ca. 1987) Photographic print. B & W. 5 " x 7" & Envelope. 1 item. 2 p. Note Publicity portrait for I Am One of You Forever, by LUS Press, July 1987 ; Source : Ludlow Addition Box #162.005
Box 8 Folder t Fred Chappell Photographs (1968, 1988, undated) Photographic prints & Holograph note. Color & B & W. Various sizes. 7 items. 8 p. ; Note : David G. Brown, Asheville, NC. Note to Fred Chappell attached to photograph of Chappell receiving honorary degree (28 July 1988) Holograph. 1 item. 1 p. ; Source : Ludlow Addition Box #162.005
Box 8 Folder u Delayed by Mongol Forces at National Airport, by Fred Chappell (ca. 1977) Page Proof. 1 item. 1 p. ; Note : Poem ; Source : Ludlow Addition Box #162.005
Box 8 Folder v Maker of One Coffin, The, by Fred Chappell (undated) Corrected Page Proof. 1 item. 11 p. ; Note : Inscribed on first page "Had a bit of a thought you might like this . . . Fred" ; Source : Ludlow Addition Box #162.005
Box 8 Folder w Fred Chappell Interviews Stuart Wright about Palaemon Press & William Goyen's novella Wonderful Plant (22 July 1991) Audio Cassette. 1.5 hrs. 1 item. 1 p. ; Note : Source : Ludlow Addition Box #162.005
Box 8 Folder x George Garrett & Fred Chappell Remarks, Friends of the Knox County Library Book & Author Dinner (10 Oct. 1989) Audio Cassette. 1.5 hrs. 1 item. 1 p. ; Note : Source : Ludlow Addition Box #162.005
Box 8 Folder y Mirth Carolina Laugh Tracks .0 NCLR, Audio Supplement to the 2008 North Carolina Literary Review's Special Feature Section on "North Carolina Humor : The Old Mirth State", edited by Erica Plouffe Lazure & Luke Whisnant ; Cover Art by Dwane Powell (2008) Compact Discs & Folder. 3 items. 3 p. ; Note : Source : Ludlow Addition Box #162.005
Box 8 Folder z Driftlake Advertizing Card & Order Form (6 Nov. 1981) Printed form & Flyer & Envelope. 3 items. 3 p. ; Note : Flyer inscribed with holograph note by Fred Chappell ; Source : Ludlow Addition Box #162.005
Box 8 Folder za File (8 - 15 Oct. 2010) Clipping, Pamphlet & Envelope. 3 items. 7 p. ; Note : 2010 Caldwell Laureate programs ; Fred Chappell - 2 Cocky Sisters advertisement ; mailing envelope ; see also clipping filed #162.005.a.os ; Source : Ludlow Addition Box #162.005
Box 8 Folder zb Ingersoll Foundation, Chicago, IL. Invitation to attend T. S. Eliot Award Ceremony for Creative Writing (1 Oct. 1993) Printed card & Envelope. 2 items. 2 p. ; Note : Invitation to Stuart Wright ; Source : Ludlow Addition Box #162.005
Box 8 Folder zc North Carolina Literary Hall of Fame 2008 Induction Ceremony Program (19 Oct. 2008) Pamphlet. 1 item. 26 p. ; Note : Chappell was the 2006 inductee ; Source : Ludlow Addition Box #162.005
Box 8 Folder zd UNCG Celebrates the Greensboro Bicentennial Program (12 Oct. 2008) Brochure. 1 item. 2 p. ; Note : Chappell wrote the text for the Greensboro : A Bicentennial Cantata performed during the program ; Source : Ludlow Addition Box #162.005
Box 8 Folder ze Wright, Stuart, Winston-Salem, NC. Check No. 727 for $100.00 to Fred Chappell (27 June 1979) Printed form. 1 item. 1 p. ; Note : Source : Ludlow Addition Box #162.005
Box 8 Folder zf An Absent Middle, by Fred Chappell, in Sate of the Arts : Literature, in American Arts, Vol. 13, no. 3 (May 1982), pp. 30-31. Periodical. 1 item. 17 p. ; Note : Reviews of Tess Gallaher, John Ashbery & Galway Kinnell ; Source : Ludlow Addition Box #162.005
Box 8 Folder zg Letters From A Distant Lover : The Novels of Fred Chappell, Reviewed by Richard Dillard, The Hollins Critic, Vol. 10, no. 2 (April 1973) Periodical. 1 item. 8 p. ; Note : Autographed on front cover by Fred Chappell & Richard Dillard ; Source : Ludlow Addition Box #162.005
Box 8 Folder zh Unpeaceable Kingdoms : The Novels of Sylvia Wilkinson, Reviewed by Fred Chappell, The Hollins Critic, Vol. 8, no. 2 (April 1971) Periodical. 1 item. 6 p. ; Note : Autographed on front cover by Fred Chappell & Sylvia Wilkinson ; autographed on page 2 by George Garrett ; Source : Ludlow Addition Box #162.005
Box 8 Folder zi Comic Structure of The Sound and the Fury, by Fred Chappell, The Mississippi Quarterly, Vol. 31, no. 3 (Summer 1978) Reprint. 1 item. 5 p. ; Note : Inscribed on title page : "For Stuart - Fred Chappell, hotshotcritic" ; Source : Ludlow Addition Box #162.005
Box 8 Folder zj Fantasia on a Theme of Theme and Fantasy, by Fred Chappell, Studies in Short Fiction, Vol. 27, no. 2 (Spring 1990) Reprint & AN. 2 items. 9 p. ; Note : Stuart Wright AN "Chappell offprint .0 recd 8.091" ; Reprint cover inscribed "For Stuart - All love, Fred & Susan [Chappell]" ; Source : Ludlow Addition Box #162.005
Box 8 Folder zk Fred Chappell Bibliography, 1963 - 1983, A, by James Everett Kibler, Jr., The Mississippi Quarterly, Vol. 37, no. 1 (Winter 1983 - 1984), pp. 63-88. Reprint. 1 item. 39 p. ; Note : Source : Ludlow Addition Box #162.005
Folder os8 Fred Chappell's Last Poetry Column, by Fred Chappell ; Raleigh News & Observer (26 June 2006) pp. G5. Clipping. 1 item. 1 p. 12" x 22" Note : Filed oversized ; transferred from Ludlow Addition Box #162.005
Folder os9 Olympics? Who Cares? Rutgers Slashes Its Teams, by Skip Rozin ; Wall Street Journal (9 Aug. 2007) p. D7. Clipping. 1 item. 2 p. 12" x 23" Note : Filed oversized ; transferred from Ludlow Addition Box #162.005
Folder os10 Southern Poets : The First Comprehensive Anthology in 50 Years, Edited by Guy Owen & Mary C. Williams ; reviewed by Fred Chappell ; Greensboro, NC Daily News (13 Jan. 1980) pp. G5. Clipping. 1 item. 1 p. 9.75" x 18.25" Note : Filed oversized ; transferred from Ludlow Addition Box #162.005
Folder os11 Writer Who Teaches, A Teacher Who Writes, A : Fred Chappell's Literary Legacy Is Still Being Written, by Tina Firesheets (Greensboro, NC News & Record, 3 Oct. 2010) pp. D1 p D2. Clipping. 1 item. 2 p. 12.5" x 22.5" Note : Filed oversized ; transferred from Ludlow Addition Box #162.005.a