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Janice Daugharty Papers

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Administrative Information

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Biography and Criticism

The Short Stories (Unpublished)

Unpublished Novels

Published Novels and Short Story Collections

Unpublished Recent Novels

Recent Additions

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Janice Daugharty Papers, 1980- | Valdosta State University Archives and Special Collections

By Shirley Schoening Scheuler and Deborah S. Davis

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Collection Overview

Title: Janice Daugharty Papers, 1980-Add to your cart.View associated digital content.

Predominant Dates:1990-

ID: MS/22

Primary Creator: Daugharty, Janice (1944-)

Extent: 48.0 Boxes

Arrangement:

This collection currently contains 48 boxes of materials.  They are divided in series that are only partially chronological.

Series 1:  Biography and Criticism: these four boxes contain correspondence, photographs, newspaper clippings, Daugharty's VSC papers and coursework, essays on her writing by students, and stories and correspondence related to a short story anthology on "Rejections" (from publishers to famous writers) that she worked on in the early 1990's.  The news clippings are organized first by related or reviewed publication, such as Dark of the Moon, and then there are general news articles that cover signings, interviews, and biographical sketches. 

Series 2: The Short Stories (unpublished).  These three boxes contain 75 short stories and/or short novellas that have never been published.  Most would date from the 1980's and early 1990's, although Daugharty continues to write and publish short stories today. Although an attempt was made to determine chronological order within this series, most of the stories were undated and thus the series does not reflect the order of writing.

Series 3: Unpublished Novels: These 12 boxes contain versions of 12 full-length novels written prior to 1994.  Here are Moon by Day, Two Shades of Morning, and Sling the Biscuit. Some of these have quite a few revisions included, which show a good deal of change and growth as a writer.  Materials within each box were ordered chronologically based upon an analysis of edited changes through the different versions.  This chronological order is an approximation only.

Series 4: Published novels and short story collections:   Ten boxes contain the manuscripts, edits and final book copies of her previously published works.  There is even a German edition of Necessary Lies.  With the correspondence and news articles from series one, these notes, handwritten manuscripts, edited copies and final copies create a complete snapshot of the development of each book. Materials within each box were ordered chronologically based upon an analysis of edited changes through the different versions.  This chronological order is an approximation only.

Series 5: Unpublished recent novels:  Staten Bay  is a departure from the works that previously defined a "Janice Daugharty" in that the novel is set much farther back in history and traces  three generations of women from 1887-1999.  The historical research necessary to write this 700+ page book is with the manuscripts.  She interviewed "old timers," read and collected information on the time periods extensively, and those notes are in the collection.  

Series 6: Recent Additions

Date Acquired: 08/04/2000. More info below under Accruals.

Subjects: An Extra, An Imposing Presence, Anthology, Articles, Asylum, Bass, Rick, Bell, Madison Smartt, Bradbury, Ray, Brown, Larry, Brown, Rozellen, Busch, Frederick, Candy Block, Canin, Ethan, Cherry, Kelly, Children of Molech, Crumley, James, Dark of the Moon, Daugharty, Janice, DeMarinis, Rick, Dubus, Andre, Earl in the Yellow Shirt, Edgerton, Clyde, Ellison, Harlin, From Whence the River Comes, Going Through the Change, Hood, Mary, Just Doll, Land Grab, LeGuin, Ursula K., Like a Sister, Little Splinter Boy, Manuscripts, Mason, Bobbie Ann, McIerney, Jay, Moon By Day, Mr. P.C. Brown, Necessary Lies, Novels, Oates, Joyce Carol, Old Man Dubbies Girl, Online Display, Paw Paw Patch, Powell, Padgett, Short stories/Novellas, Sling the Biscuit, Summer Thunder, The Reaping Years, Two Shades, Whistle, Year of Jubilee

Forms of Material: Photographs

Languages: English

Scope and Contents of the Materials

The papers of Janice Daugharty in the VSU Archives are an open collection. Daugharty was a native of Echols County, Georgia and attended Valdosta State College. This collection reflects the work of a writer in the prime of her production; thus, material will be added to the collection periodically.  The collection contains handwritten and typed manuscripts of short stories and novels, edited copies of works, copies of published books, VSC college coursework, correspondence, newspaper clippings and publicity material, photographs and audio tapes.  It is essentially the "education of a writer."  Here are the various versions of her published novels, from synopsis through handwritten draft,  to correspondence between published and author discussing changes, to the finished product.  Most fascinating are the early novels and stories as she moves towards her voice and style.  Two Shades of Morning, written in 1987, and Moon by Day, written in 1986 and revised in 1988, are two of her early novels which show this transition very well.

Biographical Note

Janice Daugharty was born in 1944 outside of Valdosta, and has lived almost all of her life in Echols county, Georgia.  Prior to her writing career, she was a farm wife and at-home mother.  It is from her rural background, from her observations of small town life, of parents and children, of blacks and whites, that her fiction springs.  She began attending Valdosta State College at 38 (in 1982 or 1983) where she quickly began taking English classes.  Her early literature papers show a thorough grounding in American and Southern Literature.  Then followed ten years of "rejection slips" as she churned out  over 19 novels and dozens of short stories.  Her work caught the eye of Joyce Carol Oates, and some of her stories were published in the Ontario press.  In 1994 she finally broke into print with Going Through the Change, a collection of short stories,  and her first published novel, Dark of the Moon.

She followed with Necessary Lies, 1995, Paw Paw Patch in 1996,  Earl in the Yellow Shirt in 1997, Whistle in 1998, Like a Sister in 1999.  She has also published numerous short stories, newspaper articles, essays, and has been interviewed repeatedly in all forms of media.  She is currently working on different versions of three novels, experimenting with a blend of fiction and history.

Subject/Index Terms

An Extra
An Imposing Presence
Anthology
Articles
Asylum
Bass, Rick
Bell, Madison Smartt
Bradbury, Ray
Brown, Larry
Brown, Rozellen
Busch, Frederick
Candy Block
Canin, Ethan
Cherry, Kelly
Children of Molech
Crumley, James
Dark of the Moon
Daugharty, Janice
DeMarinis, Rick
Dubus, Andre
Earl in the Yellow Shirt
Edgerton, Clyde
Ellison, Harlin
From Whence the River Comes
Going Through the Change
Hood, Mary
Just Doll
Land Grab
LeGuin, Ursula K.
Like a Sister
Little Splinter Boy
Manuscripts
Mason, Bobbie Ann
McIerney, Jay
Moon By Day
Mr. P.C. Brown
Necessary Lies
Novels
Oates, Joyce Carol
Old Man Dubbies Girl
Online Display
Paw Paw Patch
Powell, Padgett
Short stories/Novellas
Sling the Biscuit
Summer Thunder
The Reaping Years
Two Shades
Whistle
Year of Jubilee

Administrative Information

Repository: Valdosta State University Archives and Special Collections

Accruals: Folder in Director's office contains, deed of gift, accession record 2000-25 and later accession in 2004 of 9 further boxes.  Correspondence is also included. iomega 250 zip drive which cannot be read with current machines in the library.

Acquisition Source: Janice Daugharty

Acquisition Method: Signed Deed of Gift, marked On Loan signed by Janice Daugharty, Rt. 1 Box 595 Stockton, GA 31649.  If no longer retained, return to author. She retains copyright.

Appraisal Information: Novels and short stories, manuscripts, correspondence, newspaper and magazine clippings, published books and galley sets.

Processing Information: Finding Aid completed in September 2002 by Shirley Schoening Scheuler and Deborah S. Davis.

Other Note: See online display for additional materials

Other URL: http://archives.valdosta.edu/online_exhibits/jdaugharty/index.html


Box and Folder Listing


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[Series 1: Biography and Criticism],
[Series 2: The Short Stories (Unpublished)],
[Series 3: Unpublished Novels],
[Series 4: Published Novels and Short Story Collections],
[Series 5: Unpublished Recent Novels],
[Series 6: Recent Additions],
[Electronic Records 1: Janice Daugharty - Electronic Records, 1980-2015],
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Series 2: The Short Stories (Unpublished)Add to your cart.
Box 5: Short stories and novellasAdd to your cart.
Folder 1: The Last PauperAdd to your cart.

Setting: Town: Sowell

Additional information:

Brief Review:Set straight the mixed up facts about Miss Amaretta being the “Last Pauper” in Sowell.

Number of Pages:4

Folder 2: Tippy and the PreacherAdd to your cart.

Setting: Service station

Additional information: Original draft

Brief Review: Parallel deterioration of a captured bear and the “boy”.  The real danger was within the boat.

Number of Pages:12

Folder 3: The WitnessAdd to your cart.

Setting: Car and the court house in Justice of the Peace office

Additional information: Two copies-original Fall water and a copy

Brief Review: Fifty-five year old Myrtle years to leave her current life married to Solder.  Periodically Myrtle acquires $5.00 being a witness for couples who elope.

Number of Pages: 16

Folder 4: Along A Wide RiverAdd to your cart.

Setting: Fishing on the river bank

Additional information: 3 copies and a letter from Stan Lindberg, Georgia Review. The story was published in Georgia Review 1998.

Brief Review: Past and current interactions between Dump and Boss Pender

Number of Pages: 11

Folder 5: Wrong Season Similar story different title Bo Peep and RamboAdd to your cart.

Setting: Mobile home

Additional information: For JCO.  Two copies of Wrong Season.  One copy of Bo Peep and Rambo hand written.

Brief Review: A woman’s desire to be free of the responsibility of her children.

Number of Pages: 15

Folder 6: When You WhistleAdd to your cart.

Setting: Mayday small rural South Georgia community

Additional information: numerous pages, not a complete story

Brief Review: Louise starts out with changing, saving, only her own family, but realizes the quarters are her family (she has worked in fields with women, set oup pines, etc., while the men worked for turpentine company in Mayday.

Number of Pages:

Folder 7: Can’t Never Could Another title: What Was the Hardest Earned (or Most Valuable) Lesson of Your ChildhoodAdd to your cart.

Setting: Shirley’s home

Additional information: 1 copy hand written Can’t Never Could1 copy typed What Was the Hardest Earned (or Most Valuable) Lesson of Your Childhood

Brief Review:Two sisters are sent home from school because the principal discovers they are African American.  The plot evolves.

Number of Pages:21

Folder 8: In a Car Going No Where Original Title – Moon by DayOn an Inchworm to the MoonAdd to your cart.

Setting:Car

Additional information:Letter to editor Joyce Carol Oates to

Janice

Brief Review:A teenager fleeing from a crime in his mother’s car, while driving he reflects about his childhood and relationships.

Number of Pages:17

Folder 9: Places as Character and Plot PivotAdd to your cart.

Setting: NA

Additional information:

Brief Review: Janice discusses the most important character of her short stories and novels, which is the setting.  The particular novel and story she discusses is Dark of the Moon.

Number of Pages:7

Folder 10: The Writer  Southern Book Store Aka The Writing LifeAdd to your cart.

Setting: N/A

Additional information: 2 copies

Brief Review: Janice introduces her editor Larry Ashmead.

Number of Pages:4

Folder 11: Prescription for Getting PublishedAdd to your cart.

Setting: NA

Additional information:

Brief Review: Janice relates her road to success of being published.

Number of Pages:6

Folder 12: This Time Next Year (TTNY) Aka Little Big Girls (LBG)Add to your cart.

Setting: Beauty Shop

Additional information:This Time Next Year- more detail than AKA Little Big Girls Little Big Girls – rough draft

Brief Review:Interaction and discussion of past beauty contest between parents at the local beauty shop prior to the Little Miss contest.

Number of Pages:14

Folder 13: The First NudistAdd to your cart.

Setting: Family reunion and driving the back roads

Additional information:

Brief Review: Praise and disappointment between an aunt and her favorite niece.

Number of Pages:16

Folder 14: ArmageddonAdd to your cart.

Setting: Fairgrounds

Additional information:

Brief Review: After years of marriage a wife questions her marriage.

Number of Pages:8

Folder 15: No title- short storyAdd to your cart.

Setting: Mobile home

Additional information:

Brief Review: Marsha asks her stepmother and father to watch her youngest child because her boyfriend is abusing the child. The stepmother and father currently watch her two daughters.

Number of Pages:10

Folder 16: The New NiggerAdd to your cart.

Setting: House and farm

Additional information:

Brief Review: Willie is frustrated and angry due to having to get a job working for a friend to pay his bills.

Number of Pages:3

Folder 17: Sandbury LockAdd to your cart.

Setting:

Additional information: Published in “the Newsletter” South Georgia Writers’ Guild Volume IV, Number 1; April 1989

Brief Review:

Number of Pages:1

Folder 18: Independence DayAdd to your cart.

Setting: Picnic at the river

Additional information:

Brief Review:A woman realizes she wants to leave her husband for a different life and questions if that life is with her GED English teacher.

Number of Pages:12

Folder 19: Sudden MoneyAdd to your cart.

Setting:                                         

Additional information: 3 copies – 1 hand written; 2 typed 1 draft with letter to editor. Letter asks for $ because her daughter needs assistance to pay for cervical cancer treatment.

Brief Review: Knot watches as a bank robber disposes of money from the First National Bank in Valdosta.  Knot takes the money in hopes that it will solve all his problems with Marge.  Knot resolves to return to Valdosta with the money and live with Aunt Sister.

Number of Pages:20

Folder 20: Little NiggerAdd to your cart.

Setting: Farm community in South GA

Additional information:

Brief Review: Ocie embellishes and fabricates tales of living in the south to shock his brother-in-law from the North.

Number of Pages:10

Folder 21: PatioAdd to your cart.

Setting:

Additional information:

Brief Review:Grooter tells how he saved his home from being torn down.

Number of Pages:9

Folder 22: Rural Route 2, Box 225Add to your cart.

Setting: Mail route

Additional information: Rough draft dated August 20, 1987

Brief Review: Mail carrier remembers a past interaction with three sisters.  He liked Carmen Sue and was tricked into taking her and the two other sisters to the fair.  Instead of spending time with Carmen Sue he took care of the youngest sister.

Number of Pages:8

Folder 23: AshesAdd to your cart.

Setting: House

Additional information: Four drafts- three typed one hand written

Brief Review:Wife reminisces about her husband and her relationship last few years.

Number of Pages:6

Folder 24: Tobacco SeasonAdd to your cart.

Setting:

Additional information: One handwritten draft

Brief Review:A girls first experience having sex.

Number of Pages:7

Folder 25: Mr. T. B.Add to your cart.

Setting: Sowell, GA                                                  Deep south where Georgia borders Florida

Additional information:Short Fictional Essay

Brief Review:White woman tells a story of children cutting down Mr. T.B. Brown’s tobacco patch.

Number of Pages:9

Folder 26: Party LineAdd to your cart.

Setting: Homes of the numerous women each are on the phone (party line). Sowell, GA  Deep south where Georgia borders Florida

Additional information:Four drafts— Ashes, Survived by Muffin and Party Line are part of collection of short stories.

Brief Review:Several women discuss various topics and yearn for days gone by when they gathered together to talk instead of using the phone.

Number of Pages:11

Box 6: Short stories and novellasAdd to your cart.
Folder 1: Shorn GloryAdd to your cart.

Setting: Woods and Sheriff Phillips' office

Additional information: November 20, 1988 – letter from Nancy (editor) to Janice. Two drafts

Brief Review:Clifford on one of his drunken episodes cuts three sisters hair.  Clifford is arrested and the girls decide the punishment.

Number of Pages:

Folder 2: The Reaping YearsAdd to your cart.
Setting:Additional information:Brief Review:Number of Pages:0
Folder 3: Survived by MuffinAdd to your cart.

Setting: Home and car

Additional information: 2 drafts – 1 handwritten and 1 typed

Brief Review:The woman loves her dog but the dog has terrible fleas.  The woman decides after trying everything to rid the dog of fleas to put end the dog’s life.  Instead the woman has a car accident and is probably dead.

Number of Pages:25

Folder 4: Mr. Wess and Stainless Steel Cookware PartyAdd to your cart.

Setting: Miss Dilmer’s house

Additional information:

Brief Review: Salesman demonstrates to the women the various cookware items.  The men joke about the items, but end up buying the cookware for their wives.

Number of Pages: 26

Folder 5: MamaAdd to your cart.

Setting:Hospital                                                    Home

Additional information:

Brief Review:Ira Dupree recounts his squabbles with his mother-in-law and relatives.  After her death her casket continues rise.

Number of Pages: 25

Folder 6: Great GulfAdd to your cart.

Setting: Home in Valdosta, GA

Additional information:

Brief Review: Lonely older woman paranoid about the group across the street watches their every move. She calls the police to check on the activities at the home.  The police arrive and report to the woman the group is Performing Arts majors studying.

Number of Pages: 8

Folder 7: End of RoadAdd to your cart.

Setting:

Additional information:

Brief Review:Cannot read the story the ink is smeared on the first few pages.

Number of Pages:0

Folder 8: Story about LolaAdd to your cart.
Folder 9: Going HomeAdd to your cart.

Setting: Small town in South GA low flat lands, corn, and pecans

Additional information:

Brief Review:An older woman’s journey across town to visit where her old home to discover it has been torn down.

Number of Pages: 9

Folder 10: Before the Grasshopper Became A BurdenAdd to your cart.

Setting: Sowell, GA                                                  Deep south where Georgia borders Florida

Additional information: Synopsis

Brief Review: Short story of a young man’s rite of passage into adulthood from the abandon of youth to the caution of age severing instinct and gaining a semblance of reason.

Number of Pages:4

Folder 11: Robbing HoneyAdd to your cart.

Setting: Alapaha River

Additional information:

Brief Review:Story of a young man and his brother-in-laws interaction.

Number of Pages: 9

Folder 12: A Game of MarblesAdd to your cart.

Setting: Sowell, GA                                                  Deep south where Georgia borders Florida

Additional information:

Brief Review: Ten year old girl experience of playing marbles with the boys on the playground

Number of Pages: 3

Folder 13: Big MeetingAdd to your cart.

Setting: Macon, GA 1950’s

Additional information:

Brief Review: Overview of one weekend during September when the Primitive Baptists come together for the Big Meeting.

Number of Pages: 4

Folder 14: Tobacco DinnerAdd to your cart.

Setting: 1950’s South Georgia

Additional information:

Brief Review: Details a 1950’s tobacco dinner from start to finish, which includes description of foods.

Number of Pages:3

Folder 15: New HouseAdd to your cart.

Setting: Grandmothers home in Statenville

Additional information: 1 page tentative idea for the story. Story in handwritten form.

Brief Review: A woman’s interaction with her mother in-law. Lucy works at a restaurant and is going to college. She leaves her children with her mother-in-law who neglects them.

Number of Pages:13

Folder 16: Poems –Quiet, Indispensable, Nuances of a Georgia Spring, Originality, Words, Now and Then, Deer, A Walkers Perspective, A Total State of Grace, A Wreath of Black, Just A ThoughtAdd to your cart.
Folder 17: Sunday Evening/ A Man Like YouAdd to your cart.

Setting: House in South Sowell, GA deep south where Georgia borders Florida

Additional information: Handwritten

Brief Review:Two men stop at an older man’s home whom they have identified as having a social security check.  Then say they have come to buy his goat instead they rob him.

Number of Pages:15

Folder 18: ExtraAdd to your cart.

Setting: Movie set in the Swanoochee County

Additional information: Story not completely finished.

Brief Review: Movie is about race relations

Number of Pages:10

Folder 19: Beck and BarnAdd to your cart.

Setting: Sowell, GA deep south where Georgia borders Florida

Additional information:

Brief Review:

Number of Pages:8

Folder 20: Minnie and Her GunAdd to your cart.

Setting: Sowell, GA deep south where Georgia borders Florida

Additional information:

Brief Review:

Number of Pages:0

Folder 21: BrittanyAdd to your cart.

Setting: Sowell, GA deep south where Georgia borders Florida

Additional information:

Brief Review:

Number of Pages:

Folder 22: Owl HammockAdd to your cart.

Setting:Sowell, GA deep south where Georgia borders Florida

Number of Pages:11

Box 7: Short stories and novellasAdd to your cart.
Folder 1: The Cat KillingAdd to your cart.

Setting: Sowell, GA deep south where Georgia borders Florida

Additional information: Husband drowns cats

Brief Review:handwritten draft

Number of Pages:19

Folder 2: Book Review – The Truest Pleasure by Robert MorganAdd to your cart.

Setting:

Brief Review:Sin Jin (St. John) Flynn -GPR

Folder 3: A First Time for EverythingAdd to your cart.

Setting: Sowell, GA deep south where Georgia borders Florida

Brief Review:Son kills his mother

Number of Pages:8

Folder 4: Little AngelAdd to your cart.

Setting:

Additional information:

Brief Review: Mother accidentlly kills one child and posions (carbon monoxide) the others, because she leaves them in the car with the motor running.

Number of Pages:5

Folder 5: Last Man InAdd to your cart.

Setting: Sowell, GA deep south where Georgia borders Florida

Additional information:

Brief Review: A story about coon hunting ending in a death.

Number of Pages:23

Folder 6: Welcome to Lake SatulaAdd to your cart.

Setting: Sowell, GA deep south where Georgia borders Florida

Additional information:Three handwritten note paper size pages.

Brief Review:An idea for a story

Number of Pages:0

Folder 7: Doors Without Locks aka Anniversary BreakfastAdd to your cart.

Setting: Adel

Additional information:

Brief Review: Story not complete. A husband and wife take a trip to Adel for their 50th wedding anniversary. He choose to take her to the Waffle House for breakfast. They don't have children of their own, but raised Sister Beatrice's two children.

Number of Pages:5

Folder 8: Slinging CurvesAdd to your cart.

Setting: Statenville, GA deep south where Georgia borders Florida

Additional information:

Brief Review:Idea for a story concerning guys, cars, and speed.

Number of Pages:4

Folder 9: Rich Man Poor Man Beggar Man ThiefAdd to your cart.

Setting: Sowell, GA deep south where Georgia borders Florida

Additional information:

Brief Review: Elec is held hostage by June Bug who is wanted for robbing numerous convenience stores in the local community.

Number of Pages:20

Folder 10: Two and Twain and the SameAdd to your cart.

Setting: Sowell, GA deep south where Georgia borders Florida

Additional information: Same story as Little Nigger

Brief Review: Ocie tells a tall tale to John Merritt a visitor from the North

Number of Pages:10

Folder 11: Name of LoveAdd to your cart.

Setting:

Additional information: Three copies of the story.  One bound copy in the New Stories for the South 1999 The Year's Best of the story and letters from the publisher.

Brief Review: Story of a woman who makes a choice to give up her son.

Number of Pages:11

Folder 12: Then and Now and Then AgainAdd to your cart.

Setting: Sowell, GA deep south where Georgia borders Florida

Additional information:

Brief Review: A woman discusses the changes she has with her body and how she is adjusting to it.

Number of Pages:4

Folder 13: To Feed Thy SoulAdd to your cart.

Setting: Sowell, GA deep south where Georgia borders Florida

Additional information: Two stories one handwritten the other typed

Brief Review: Lola has an affair (possibly imagined) and repeats it to the other field hands.

Number of Pages:4

Folder 14: Life Stages of WritersAdd to your cart.

Not a story. Good insight to her objective to writing at one stage in her life.

Number of Pages:4

Folder 15: Poem from LauraAdd to your cart.

Poem from Laura to Janice

Number of Pages:1

Folder 16: Hell SpumeAdd to your cart.

Setting: Sowell, GA deep south where Georgia borders Florida

Additional information: Handwritten story and 3 pages may not be part of this story.

Brief Review:Grandmother (mother) insight of her daughter and granddaughter abuse by the husband and stepfather.

Number of Pages:6

Folder 17: Black CloudAdd to your cart.

Setting: Sowell, GA deep south where Georgia borders Florida

Additional information:

Brief Review:A man hunting a cougar.

Number of Pages:12

Folder 18: Happy Publication DayAdd to your cart.

Setting: Echols County, Southeast GA

Additional information: Two typed stories.

Brief Review: A woman drops by to ask Janice to help her get a story published.

Number of Pages: 10

Folder 19: Black WidowAdd to your cart.

Setting: Sowell, GA deep south where Georgia borders Florida

Additional information:

Brief Review: Wife and her husbands lover share a limo after the funeral and before the burial

Number of Pages:12

Folder 20: What the World Should Be On The Lookout ForAdd to your cart.

Setting: Sowell, GA deep south where Georgia borders Florida

Additional information:

Brief Review: Singer/goat man accidentally runs into Katy Land with his goat trailer. Katy Land is also a singer.  The local paper reports the accident.

Number of Pages:23

Folder 21: A Jam and Jelly GrandmotherAdd to your cart.

Setting: Statenville

Additional information: Two copies of the story one typed and one handwritten.

Brief Review: Janice opening discusses her mother, father, and sibilings.  The heart of the story discusses the times she assisted her grandmother to make jelly.

Number of Pages: 5

Folder 22: The SittingAdd to your cart.

Setting: Statenville

Additional information: Picture of Gransallie.

Brief Review: The inspiration for the story is a picture of her Grandmother.

Number of Pages:3

Folder 23: Strong ArmAdd to your cart.

Setting: Cornerville, Swanoochee County

Additional information:

Brief Review:A woman who "scares" people with her opinions and beliefs

Number of Pages:27

Folder 24: Gransallie Stories and Bible QuotesAdd to your cart.

Setting: Statenville

Additional information:Three handwritten stories and miscellanous ideas for a story

Folder 25: When You Whistle The Wind Will Blow aka Wind Around ResistanceAdd to your cart.
The folder seems to contain a few stories.
Folder 26: Civil Rights MovementAdd to your cart.

Setting: Mayday Eatery

Brief Review:Outline of a Story

Number of Pages:3

Folder 27: Story no titleAdd to your cart.

Setting:

Additional information: Handwritten

Brief Review:Older woman is robbed by a past student.  The interactions of an employer and maid.

Number of Pages:11


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[Series 6: Recent Additions],
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