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Lilly Library (Indiana University, Bloomington)
1200 E. Seventh St.
Bloomington, IN 47405-5500
Miller, Elizabeth, 1878-1961.
Materials are in English
Consists of the papers of author Elizabeth Jane Miller, 1878-1961, born near New Ross, Indiana.
This collection is open for research.
Elizabeth Jane Miller, 1878-1961, was born near New Ross, Indiana. In 1908 she married Oren Stephen Hack, an Indianapolis attorney who died in 1942. Her four published novels were The Yoke in 1904, Saul of Tarsus in 1906, The City of Delight in 1908, and Daybreak in 1915, all issued under her maiden name.
Organized into the following series: I. Biographical materials, II. Correspondence, III. Writings, IV. Miscellaneous.
Consists of the papers of author Elizabeth Jane Miller, 1878-1961, born near New Ross, Indiana. Correspondents include Amos William Butler and Carrie Belle (Tyler) Fenton. Writings include book reviews, drama, garden column notes, short stories, speeches and longer works. The longer writings include multiple drafts of several novels, often rewritten under different titles, a mixture of holograph, typed, and carbon copies, most of which appear to be unpublished.
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Additional materials for Elizabeth Jane Miller can be found in the Bobbs-Merrill mss., 1906-1936, also located at the Lilly Library.
Includes genealogical trees, biographical accounts, military history.
(2 drafts, 3 & 4 pp.)
(2 drafts, 7 & 3 pp.)
Includes poem - These are the toilers of the old frontier [first line] A.D. 1p.; children's school papers; and meteorology and aviation notes