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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The Short Stories (Unpublished)

Unpublished Novels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Unpublished Recent Novels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Series 2: The Short Stories (unpublished).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Series 3: Unpublished Novels: These 12 boxes contain versions of 12 full-length novels written prior to 1994.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


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[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 6: Recent AdditionsAdd to your cart.
Box 33: Janice Daugharty Display ContentsAdd to your cart.
Folder 1: Valdosta State Univeristy Janice Daugharty CollectionAdd to your cart.

Setting:

Additional information:Contents of the Valdosta State University Janice Daugharty Collection, includes 23 folders of display contents.

Brief Review:

Number of Pages:0

Box 34: Regional Identity- Reading, Writing- a Regional Issues Grant Using the Works of Janice DaughartyAdd to your cart.
Folder 1: Regional Identity - Reading, Writing - a Regional Issues Grant using the works of Janice DaughartyAdd to your cart.

Setting:

Additional information:Box includes 7 folders along with computer disks, everything pertains to the reports applied for the grant from the Georgia Humanities Councial (which in turn provided the availabilty for the Janice Daugharty collection).

Brief Review:

Number of Pages:0

Box 35: Regional Identity- Reading, Writing- a Regional Issues Grant Using the Works of Janice DaughartyAdd to your cart.
Folder 1: Regional Indentity Georgia Humanities Council GrantAdd to your cart.

Setting:

Additional information:Box contains the final reports and proposals for the Regional Indentity Georgia Humanities Council Grant.

Brief Review:

Number of Pages:0

Box 36: Short StoriesAdd to your cart.
Folder 1: voice of the AlapahaAdd to your cart.

Setting:a riverbed/fishing hole

Additional information:This is not an autobiography like the other stories in this folder.  Folder one has short autobiographical stories, including:  "This Day and Age," "High School Reunion," "Passing the Curse," "People I

Know," "Brittany," "Going Through Your Apprentieship

Brief Review:this is the unedited version of "Along a Wider River," which was sold to the Georgia Review.  While fishing at his favorite fishing hole, Dump meets up with his former boss Pender - a man he hates.  Pender gets bite by a snake and dies before Dump can lea

Number of Pages:19

Folder 2: Now and Then and Then AgainAdd to your cart.

Setting:Statenville, GA and also, mentions Florida

Additional information:Folder one has short autobiographical stories, including:  "This Day and Age," "High School Reunion," "Passing the Curse," "People I Know," "Brittany," "Going Through Your Apprentieship Gladly," "Little-Town Beauty Contests," "Black Cloud," "Place as Char

Brief Review:Sent to and printed in Atlanta Magazine February, 1998.  Janice discribes her beauty routines and her Gransallie's beauty routine.  She wonders what routines and beauty treatments her own granddaughter, Laney, will use when she is a grandmother.

Number of Pages:4

Folder 3: The DentistAdd to your cart.

Setting:home in Statenville, GA and Jaspar, FL

Additional information:Folder one has short autobiographical stories, including:  "This Day and Age," "High School Reunion," "Passing the Curse," "People I Know," "Brittany," "Going Through Your Apprentieship Gladly," "Little-Town Beauty Contests," "Black Cloud," "Place as Char

Brief Review:Janice dipicts her father's day trip to the dentist, Dr. Finney, to get his tooth pulled.  Has handwritten notes on the back page.

Number of Pages:4

Folder 4: The Last BarnAdd to your cart.

Setting:Southeast Georgia

Additional information:Folder one has short autobiographical stories, including:  "This Day and Age," "High School Reunion," "Passing the Curse," "People I Know," "Brittany," "Going Through Your Apprentieship Gladly," "Little-Town Beauty Contests," "Black Cloud," "Place as Char

Brief Review:Janice discusses the achievments of three people, two old and one young, who are not finished living dispite an old regional saying.

Number of Pages:2

Folder 5: Carrying OnAdd to your cart.

Setting:South Georgia

Additional information:Folder one has short autobiographical stories, including:  "This Day and Age," "High School Reunion," "Passing the Curse," "People I Know," "Brittany," "Going Through Your Apprentieship Gladly," "Little-Town Beauty Contests," "Black Cloud," "Place as Char

Brief Review:Janice explains early springtime in south GA.  She also mentioned the weather in the area, mudslides in California, and tornados in North Carolina and Kissemmee, FL.

Number of Pages:3

Folder 6: Minne and Her GunAdd to your cart.

Setting:Statenville, GA

Additional information:Folder one has short autobiographical stories, including:  "This Day and Age," "High School Reunion," "Passing the Curse," "People I Know," "Brittany," "Going Through Your Apprentieship Gladly," "Little-Town Beauty Contests," "Black Cloud," "Place as Char

Brief Review:Set to Atlanta Magazine on 1/24/1999.  Janice Daughtery explains the summer her Gransallie spent nights with relative Minnie, whose husband worked nights.  One night, while staying with Minnie, Gransallie startled her in the middle of the night and found

Number of Pages:4

Folder 7: Passing the CurseAdd to your cart.

Setting:their home in Georgia

Additional information:Folder one has short autobiographical stories, including:  "This Day and Age," "High School Reunion," "Passing the Curse," "People I Know," "Brittany," "Going Through Your Apprentieship Gladly," "Little-Town Beauty Contests," "Black Cloud," "Place as Char

Brief Review:This woman is explaing her reason for not talking (as much).  Her mouth has got her in trouble with her family.  In her mind, she describes each member in a rambling narrative.

Number of Pages:5

Folder 8: People I KnowAdd to your cart.

Setting:the Staten farm where she grew up and her father keeps cows, and the location of the family cemetery.  South Georgia

Additional information:Folder one has short autobiographical stories, including:  "This Day and Age," "High School Reunion," "Passing the Curse," "People I Know," "Brittany," "Going Through Your Apprentieship Gladly," "Little-Town Beauty Contests," "Black Cloud," "Place as Char

Brief Review:Janice narrates an afternoon with her almost blind, elderly father on his farm.  She is driving them around in his old pickup.

Number of Pages:7

Folder 9: High School ReunionsAdd to your cart.

Setting:20-year high school reunion

Additional information:Folder one has short autobiographical stories, including:  "This Day and Age," "High School Reunion," "Passing the Curse," "People I Know," "Brittany," "Going Through Your Apprentieship Gladly," "Little-Town Beauty Contests," "Black Cloud," "Place as Char

Brief Review:An analysis of why to attend or not your 20-year high school reunion

Number of Pages:2

Folder 10: Carlene's CaféAdd to your cart.

Setting:Carlene's Café in Fargo, GA

Additional information:Folder one has short autobiographical stories, including:  "This Day and Age," "High School Reunion," "Passing the Curse," "People I Know," "Brittany," "Going Through Your Apprentieship Gladly," "Little-Town Beauty Contests," "Black Cloud," "Place as Char

Brief Review:This story was for Don O'Briant's book "Backwoods Buffet."  Janice describes the interior of the café as well as the atmosphere.

Number of Pages:3

Folder 11: BrittanyAdd to your cart.

Setting:Janice's parents' backyard and quial hen pen

Additional information:Folder one has short autobiographical stories, including:  "This Day and Age," "High School Reunion," "Passing the Curse," "People I Know," "Brittany," "Going Through Your Apprentieship Gladly," "Little-Town Beauty Contests," "Black Cloud," "Place as Char

Brief Review:Janice recounts an afternoon with her 11-year-old great-niece Brittany - who Janice feels looks like her, and infers acts like her - retrieve quail hens.

Number of Pages:0

Folder 12: Going Through Your Apprenticeship GladlyAdd to your cart.

Setting:none

Additional information:Folder one has short autobiographical stories, including:  "This Day and Age," "High School Reunion," "Passing the Curse," "People I Know," "Brittany," "Going Through Your Apprentieship Gladly," "Little-Town Beauty Contests," "Black Cloud," "Place as Char

Brief Review:Janice explains the trials of publishing for young authors.  She mentions several of her earlier novels, including "Earl in the Yellow Shirt."

Number of Pages:0

Folder 13: Little-town Beauty ContestsAdd to your cart.

Setting:Echols county beauty pagent

Additional information:Folder one has short autobiographical stories, including:  "This Day and Age," "High School Reunion," "Passing the Curse," "People I Know," "Brittany," "Going Through Your Apprentieship Gladly," "Little-Town Beauty Contests," "Black Cloud," "Place as Char

Brief Review:Janice explains the routine of Echols county girls and beauty pagents

Number of Pages:4

Folder 14: Black CloudAdd to your cart.

Setting:the Norton farm in South Georgia

Additional information:Not autobiographical like the other stories.  Folder one has short autobiographical stories, including:  "This Day and Age," "High School Reunion," "Passing the Curse," "People I Know," "Brittany," "Going Through Your Apprentieship Gladly," "Little-Town B

Brief Review:Wilton is alone, his wife Ann recently died of cancer.  He keeps busy for the sake of moving.  Recently the Game Commission has released a Texas cougar onto his property.  Wilton, tired of fighting with the Comission and also the IRS, kills the cat becaus

Number of Pages:12

Folder 15: (title is scratched out) Place as Character and Plot PivotAdd to your cart.

Setting:Statenville, Echols Co., GA

Additional information:Folder one has short autobiographical stories, including:  "This Day and Age," "High School Reunion," "Passing the Curse," "People I Know," "Brittany," "Going Through Your Apprentieship Gladly," "Little-Town Beauty Contests," "Black Cloud," "Place as Char

Brief Review:Janice is writing about her 'where,' as she explains.  The last paragraph is X'd out and other pages are missing.  Previously published in Writers Digest.

Number of Pages:2

Folder 16: A Jam and Jelly GrandmotherAdd to your cart.

Setting:Statenville, GA

Additional information:Folder one has short autobiographical stories, including:  "This Day and Age," "High School Reunion," "Passing the Curse," "People I Know," "Brittany," "Going Through Your Apprentieship Gladly," "Little-Town Beauty Contests," "Black Cloud," "Place as Char

Brief Review:Janice explains her family and how they never measured up to her "ideals."

Number of Pages:6

Folder 17: The TreeAdd to your cart.

Setting:her home in Statenville, GA

Additional information:Folder one has short autobiographical stories, including:  "This Day and Age," "High School Reunion," "Passing the Curse," "People I Know," "Brittany," "Going Through Your Apprentieship Gladly," "Little-Town Beauty Contests," "Black Cloud," "Place as Char

Brief Review:Janice describes the Christmas tree she picked out and that her granddaughter refers to as "Nanny's tree."

Number of Pages:4

Folder 18: ChristmasAdd to your cart.

Setting:Decatur, GA

Additional information:Folder one has short autobiographical stories, including:  "This Day and Age," "High School Reunion," "Passing the Curse," "People I Know," "Brittany," "Going Through Your Apprentieship Gladly," "Little-Town Beauty Contests," "Black Cloud," "Place as Char

Brief Review:Janice describes her favorite Christmas experiences and her least favorite-away-from-home Christmases

Number of Pages:4

Folder 19: Copies of reviewsAdd to your cart.

Setting:

Additional information:This folder includes an envelope, dated January 22nd, 1998 from Audry Dauharty Bolz to Janice, the envelope has a scribbled note about "Backroad Buffet & County Cafes, A Southern Guide to downhome eating."  The photocopied reviews include: a Publishers We

Brief Review:

Number of Pages:0

Folder 20Add to your cart.

Setting:

Additional information:Stapled together is a typed short story, "My Favorite Place," and several handwritten sheets for the story for the Fall 2001 edition of Southern Living Magazine.  Also included is a cover leader from Southern Living Magazine requesting Janice Daugharty to

Brief Review:

Number of Pages:0

Folder 21Add to your cart.

Setting:

Additional information:This folder includes an example of how Ms. Daugharty edits and polishes from hardcopy.  The example is an old computer print of "Happy Publication Day."

Brief Review:

Number of Pages:0

Folder 22Add to your cart.

Setting:

Additional information:This folder includes a short story "Time Essay" which was to be featured on Georgia Public Radio in January 2004.  Also included is Georgia Public Broadcasting monthly newletter "PreView" dated January 2004.

Brief Review:

Number of Pages:0

Folder 23: The AlapahaAdd to your cart.

Setting:southeast GA, Echols Co., GA, Statenville Bridge, Mayday Bridge,

Additional information:

Brief Review:Note explains that this story was sent to Sotuhern Living 1/29/1998 and was also in the Chattahoochee Review and aired on GA Public Radio.  Ms. Daughtery mentions her grandmother and grandfather, her children and husband, and several local residents, but

Number of Pages:0

Box 37: Short StoriesAdd to your cart.
Folder 1: American Breakfast - Mexican DinnerAdd to your cart.

Setting:St. George Island, restaurant

Additional information:This folder includes two handwritten rough drafts of "The Last Preacher" and "American Breakfast-Mexican Dinner."  Also included is two typed rough drafts of "Americna Breakfast-Mexican Dinner."  American Breakfast - Mexican Dinner" is 16.5 typed pages.

Brief Review:Jill, aka Jilly, and her Mama and little brother Stinker have to live in St. George for the summer while their mama works for Big Rod.  Just another hot day hanging around the restaurant where their mamas work, Pippy, Pedro, Stinker, and Jill try stay coo

Number of Pages:16

Folder 2: The Last PreacherAdd to your cart.

Setting:

Additional information:This folder includes two handwritten rough drafts of "The Last Preacher" and "American Breakfast-Mexican Dinner."  Also included is two typed rough drafts of "Americna Breakfast-Mexican Dinner."

Brief Review:This handwritten rough draft is very difficult to read.

Number of Pages:0

Folder 3: Going to JacksonAdd to your cart.

Setting:

Additional information:This folder includes handwritten drafts as well as drafts for "Going to Jackson."

Brief Review:This is a handwritten rough draf and notes of "Going to Jackson".  Some of the handwritten material isvery difficult to read.

Number of Pages:0

Folder 4: Going to JacksonAdd to your cart.

Setting:prison in Jackson, GA and the Crandell farm in  Albany, GA

Additional information:

Brief Review:Velda Crandell's husband, brother-in-law, two sons, and a daughter-in-law were killed in 1974.  She and her two remaining children, Willis and Linda, travel to Jackson for the murderer's execution.  The execution of Donald Jacobs has been delayed and resc

Number of Pages:23

Folder 5: The Legacy of Roosevelt ClayAdd to your cart.

Setting:Cornerville, Swanoochee Co., GA (southeast GA)

Additional information:This folder includes two drafts of the short story "The Legacy of Rossevelt Clay."  The date on the folder is 2004 and a note reads ' not published as of 2005.'  An example of Ms. Daugharty's editing process.  The typed drafts are 6 1/2 pages

Brief Review:This story discusses the wealth given to a black man in the 1960s when his former boss' wife dies.  The townsfolk call Roosevelt and his family humble and are angry at the Clays for not selling or giving up the land.

Number of Pages:6

Folder 6: Little HouseAdd to your cart.

Setting:

Additional information:This folder includes handwritten notes for the story "Little House."  Short story notes written o the back of various corospondance and other works.  Note on front of folder reads "not finished - summer '05."

Brief Review:

Number of Pages:31

Folder 7: Parris IslandAdd to your cart.

Setting:

Additional information:This folder includes notes for the story "Parris Island."  Notes written on the vack of various pages from other works.  Story not finished as of September 2005.

Brief Review:

Number of Pages:10

Folder 8: Sunday VisitAdd to your cart.

Setting:South Georgia

Additional information:This folder includes handwritten notes and a rough, typed, draft of "Sunday Visit" - poor copy.  The draft is a total of 17 pages long.

Brief Review:This story accounts General Norton Sunday afternoon visit from The Hippie.  The General suspects the man is going to kill him or beat him and leave him for dead,.  Instead the Hippie only steals cash from him.

Number of Pages:21

Folder 9: Save All My Children and GrandchildrenAdd to your cart.

Setting:

Additional information:This folder contains the typed and handwritten notes for the short story "Save All My Children and Grandchildren."

Brief Review:

Number of Pages:0

Folder 10: American Breakfast - Mexican DinnerAdd to your cart.

Setting:St. George Island, restaurant

Additional information:This folder includes the proof copy of "American Breakfast - Mexican Dinner" with some notes written on it, a typed draft fo "Dust Devil" aka "The Serpent Knows" with some editoral notes (about 25 pages in length).  Along with "American Breakfast - Mexica

Brief Review:Jill, aka Jilly, and her Mama and little brother Stinker have to live in St. George for the summer while their mama works for Big Rod.  Just another hot day hanging around the restaurant where their mamas work, Pippy, Pedro, Stinker, and Jill try stay coo

Number of Pages:12

Folder 11: Dum-dumAdd to your cart.

Setting:South Georgia

Additional information:This folder includes handwritten and typed rough drafts of the short story "Dum-dum."  The typed draft is 18 1/2 pages.

Brief Review:Jim has five inbred calves that he has to take special care of, he sells the calves to the stranger for 300 dollars.

Number of Pages:18

Folder 12: Voice of the Alapaha aka Along a Wider RiverAdd to your cart.

Setting:Swanoochee County, Dump's fishing spot

Additional information:The folder contains 2 drafts and 1 photocopy (of the publised version) of the story "Voice of the Alapaha," the title was changed to "Along a Wider River" by shortly before publication in "Best Stories of the South."  Also, a printed email from Janice Dau

Brief Review:While fishing at his favorite fishing hole, Dump meets up with his former boss Pender - a man he hates.  Pender gets bite by a snake and dies before Dump can leave to go get help.

Number of Pages:7

Folder 13: Once Upon A SummerAdd to your cart.

Setting:Granmama Rivers house

Additional information:This folder contains correspondance from Janice Daugharty's husband's long-lost cousin (Audry Daugharty Bolz) which was the basis for the story "Once Upon a Summer."  Includes copies of correspondence (7 packets in all).  Also included is a typed draft of

Brief Review:Sissy and Jim stay with their enstranged father's mother over the summer.

Number of Pages:15

Folder 14: Its Okay to CryAdd to your cart.

Setting:Interstate 75, southbound lane

Additional information:Folder includes one handwritten draft of "Its Okay to Cry," its 13 pages in length.  Also, inlcuded is one typed draft dated 8-00.  the typed and edited draft is 11.5 pages in length.

Brief Review:Bethann's grandmother, the woman she calls Mama, just died from cancer.  Her 19-year-old sister Holly now needs a home, but the reckless teenager is difficult and has many bad habits.  One the trip to Miami, in a near crash, Holly decides she does not wan

Number of Pages:12

Folder 15: Wherebouts are We?Add to your cart.

Setting:Aunt Imo's home

Additional information:Draft of "Wherebouts are We," published in Blue Catherdal Anthology by Red Hen Press.

Brief Review:Luzanne brings Grannie to her Aunt Imo's house to stay, but Imo's daughter, Emmacee recently had a stroke and is bedridden and needs constant care and supervision.  Imo can not help her mother, besides Emmacee's illness, she relies on food stamps and welf

Number of Pages:17

Box 38: The Way to Sisters HouseAdd to your cart.
Folder 1: Sudden Money (The Way to Sister's House)Add to your cart.

Setting:

Additional information:This folder contains the handwritten notesand ideas for "Sudden Money" (better known as "The Way to Sister's House).  This is a large file and the notes are messy and written on scrap paper.

Brief Review:

Number of Pages:0

Folder 2: Sudden Money (The Way to Sister's House)Add to your cart.

Setting:

Additional information:This folder contains the handwritten notesand ideas for "Sudden Money" (better known as "The Way to Sister's House).  This is a large file and the notes are messy and written on scrap paper.

Brief Review:

Number of Pages:0

Folder 3: Sudden Money (The Way to Sister's House)Add to your cart.

Setting:

Additional information:This folder contains the handwritten notesand ideas for "Sudden Money" (better known as "The Way to Sister's House).  This is a large file and the notes are messy and written on scrap paper.  A label of Ms. Daugharty's states that this is 'a new scene to

Brief Review:

Number of Pages:0

Folder 4: The Way to Sister's House (Sudden Money)Add to your cart.

Setting:Valdosta and Cornerville, GA

Additional information:This folder is a continuation of the previous.  Pages 126 - 249 of "The Way to Sister's House" manuscript.  ****LABLED 3B***

Brief Review:Knot, spending his summer with his Aunt, watches a man drop a sack one day while riding his bike, the sack contained $25,000 stolen from a bank.

Number of Pages:123

Folder 5: The Way to Sister's House (Sudden Money)Add to your cart.

Setting:Valdosta and Cornerville, GA

Additional information:this folder includes the manuscript for "The Way to Sister's House," orginally titled "Sudden Money."  The title page and up to page 125 is included here.  A handwritten note on the title page labels this as 'revision' #223.'  Another note explains 'next

Brief Review:Knot, spending his summer with his Aunt, watches a man drop a sack one day while riding his bike, the sack contained $25,000 stolen from a bank.

Number of Pages:0

Box 39: Photos and Press ClippingsAdd to your cart.
Folder 1Add to your cart.

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Additional information:Reproductions of old family photos.  2 sheets.  The first is a handwritten letter to "Nanna" from Janice, dated "February 15, Sunday Night.  On the same page is a photocopied snapshot of Sallie Smith Staten, Janice Daugharty's grandmother as a girl.

Brief Review:

Number of Pages:2

Folder 2Add to your cart.

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Additional information:Photos of book signing at Oxford Books.  13 in all, dated 1997. One includes Ann Woolen, the wife of editor Jim Woolen.  Most of the pictures include Pauline and Betsy (granddaughters) and Seward (husband).

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Folder 3Add to your cart.

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Additional information:Photos and clippings. Includes:  (1) 5 photos/autograph cards of Janice Daugharty (late '90s) (2)  file of black and white and color digitally copied negatives from a lecture series at ABAC, 1995 (?) (3) More black and white digitally copied negatives.

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Folder 4Add to your cart.

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Additional information:photographs. Includes snapshots of Burke's Book Store in Memphis, April 15, 1996, Sandhills event (1995), Oxford book signing event - 29 in all.  Some include family (husband - Seward, granddaughters - Pauline and Betsy, and daughter Laura. Also included

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Folder 5: VSU First Lady Deserves ApplauseAdd to your cart.

Setting:Valdosta bookstore

Additional information:Newspaper clipping of an article from the Opinion section of a newpaper (assuming the Valdosta Daily Times).  The article is titled "VSU First Lady Deserves Applause."  This article recounts a booksigning gone wrong that the university president's wife,

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Box 40: Massacre at Moniac CrossingAdd to your cart.
Folder 1: Massacre at Moniac CrossingAdd to your cart.

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Additional information:This folder contains research notes on topics such as the Baxter Rebellion and turn of the century women's fashion.  Also, info about the Agrirama and trains.  Also included are two copies of the original article that inspired the story.

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Folder 2: Masacre at Moniac CrossingAdd to your cart.

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Additional information:This folder contains notes about the story, handwritten, on scrap paper.  Also included are several email/correspondance between Janice Daugharty and her publisher as well as a researcher (who wrote the original article that inspired the story).

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Folder 3: Massacre at Moniac CrossingAdd to your cart.

Setting:Moniac, GA turn of the century (September 16, 1904), ST. Augustine, FL

Additional information:This is the working copy of "Massacre at Moniac Crossing."  The manuscript is in good condition, has editorial notes written on the cover sheet.

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Folder 4: Massacre at Moniac CrossingAdd to your cart.

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Additional information:legal pad filled with handwritten notes for the story

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Folder 5: Massacre at Moniac CrossingAdd to your cart.

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Additional information:sets of handwritten notes

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Folder 6: Massacre at Moniac CrossingAdd to your cart.

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Additional information:This folder includes handwritten notes for the plot, as well as working manuscripts for pages46-52, 53, 113-122, 125-127 (titled epilouge),127-144.

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Folder 7: Massacre at Moniac CrossingAdd to your cart.

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Additional information:This folder contains a working/edited copy of chs. 3 (two copies) and 4, as well as, a working draft of the last section.

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Folder 8: Massacre at Moniac CrossingAdd to your cart.

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Additional information:handwritten notes

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Folder 9: Massacre at Moniac CrossingAdd to your cart.

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Additional information:Memos from Heather Jackson, senior editor at St. Martin's Press (dated November 2, 2001), and Larry Ashmead, editror at Harper Collins Publishers (dated November 28, 2001).

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Box 41: Short StoriesAdd to your cart.
Folder 1: End of a RiverAdd to your cart.

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Additional information:This folder includes the typed first draft of chapter 1 of "End of a River" (15 pages).  Also, handwritten first draft of the same story and two newspaper articles "In the age of disbelief" by George Willis (Valdosta Daily Times, 10/29/1999, page 4A.

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Number of Pages:15

Folder 2: "End of a River" and "People I Know"Add to your cart.

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Additional information:Turnstile 2000: End of a River and People I Know - notes for both.  Includes a manuscript for chapter two of "End of a River" (16 pages).  Notes are handwritten.  ***Folder is labled 2A***

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Folder 3: People I KnowAdd to your cart.

Setting:Swanoochee County

Additional information:This folder is a continuation of folder 2A.  Includes notes for "Turnstile 2000" (which include "End of a River" and "People I Know").  Inlcudes handwritten notes, emails, and a newspaper clipping (original and photocopy) titled "Historic preservation's s

Brief Review:Shirley's aging father was conned by his hired-hand, Ron, to begin a catfish fram, the problem is Ron instead created a "carp rodeo."  Shirley (who is pregnant with Ron's baby) hates the man for taking advantage of her father.

Number of Pages:21

Folder 4: End of a RiverAdd to your cart.

Setting:Alapaha river in Echols Co, GA

Additional information:This folder includes chapters three and four of "End of a River" (two sets each, second set is edited manuscripts).  Also included are handwritten notes, a compilation draft (chapters ?), and an edited version of chapter two.

Brief Review:Ruth has been kidnapped by the coldhearted murderer and rapist Rewis, he takes her down stream on a small fishing boat.

Number of Pages:0

Folder 5: "End of the River" retitled "To Live Another Day"Add to your cart.

Setting:Alapaha river in Echols Co, GA

Additional information:This folder contains handwritten notes pertaining to the storyline, also, a manuscript, labled part two of "End of the River" retitled "To Live Another Day."

Brief Review:Ruth has been kidnapped by the coldhearted murderer and rapist Rewis, he takes her down stream on a small fishing boat.

Number of Pages:0

Folder 6: "End of a/the River" retitled "To Live Another Day"Add to your cart.

Setting:Alapaha river in Echols Co, GA

Additional information:This folder contains handwritten editorial notes, a printed email, and the manuscript for "To Live Another Day."

Brief Review:Ruth has been kidnapped by the coldhearted murderer and rapist Rewis, he takes her down stream on a small fishing boat.

Number of Pages:193

Box 42: Staten Bay - Notes and "Just Doll"Add to your cart.
Folder 1: Staten Bay (trilogy)Add to your cart.

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Additional information:This folder contains notes for the Staten Bay trilogy.  Also includes several emails from Jeffery Putnam (publisher?).

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Folder 2: Staten Bay (trilogy)Add to your cart.

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Additional information:Notes on Staten Bay tilogy - unclear which part.  Also, included is a program for the funeral of Frankie Mae "Doll" Levings, Janice Daugharty's aunt who was the model for Little Doll.

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Folder 3: Staten Bay (trilogy)Add to your cart.

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Additional information:

handwritten notes for trilogy

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Folder 4: Staten Bay 3 (After Doll)Add to your cart.

Setting:Statenville, GA, 1977-1998

Additional information:Each part ends with an older woman passing the legacy of along to living to a younger woman.  Also past along the duties of legacy in buried money.  Also included in this folder are several added sections.

Brief Review:Begins in chapter 20 of the saga.  Manuscript continues telling the story of the lineage of Staten Bay women.  Sarah Ann lives with her grandmother, Doll, during the summer, but never wants to leave.  Things change as time passes and the pair continue on.

Number of Pages:184

Folder 5: Staten Bay trilogyAdd to your cart.

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Additional information:Folder contains correspondence regarding the trilogy.  Also included is a short story titled "Black Cloud" (first printed in the Denver Quarterly, spring 1998 - 11.5 pages).  Included are attempts to see the saga to various publishers.  Printed emails.

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Folder 6: Just DollAdd to your cart.

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Additional information:The Staten Bay trilogy was instead printed as one book, "Just Doll."  Folder contains three samples of the book's dust jacket.

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Box 43: Turnstile 2000Add to your cart.
Folder 1: Turnstile 2000Add to your cart.

Setting:turn of the century (1999-2000), Southeast,GA

Additional information:Contains chs. 1-3 ("People I Know" - notes), chs. 4-5 ("People Like Me"  Includes editoral notes, letters from publishers and agent, handwritten draft of "People Like Me," also typed draft.

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Folder 2: Turnstile 2000Add to your cart.

Setting:turn of the century (1999-2000), Southeast,GA

Additional information:Included are chs 6 ("Small Mercies"), 7 ("Turnstile 2000" -?), 8 ("Hair"), 9, 10 ("Fire and Water") also notes for chs 8-11.  Drafts are printed, notes are handwritten.

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Folder 3: Turnstile 2000Add to your cart.

Setting:turn of the century (1999-2000), Southeast,GA

Additional information:Inclues sections of book titled "This Day and Age," "People I Know," " and "Rodeo."  Story is about a woman taking care of her aging father, she has had an affair with his hired help.  She becomes pregnant and he leaves, but she decides to keep the baby.

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Folder 4: Turnstile 2000Add to your cart.

Setting:turn of the century (1999-2000), Southeast,GA

Additional information:Contains handwritten notes, section of novel titled "The New Norton" - after the baby is born.  Also included is a manila folder for the author's notes, etc. Note on folder reads "connected stories to be read as a novel."

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Folder 5: Turnstile  2000Add to your cart.

Setting:turn of the century (1999-2000), Southeast,GA

Additional information:final copy of the novel before final revision.

Brief Review:"Turnstile 2000" is the story of a woman, Shirl, who becomes pregnant by her aging father's hired hand.  She chronicles her pregnacy and her daughter's birth and subsequent father's death (both on January 2, 2000).

Number of Pages:197

Box 44: Going Through the ChangeAdd to your cart.
Folder 1: Going Through the ChangeAdd to your cart.

Setting:rural South Georgia

Additional information:folder contains the unbound galley from Ontario Review Press.

Brief Review:From "Going Through the Change" book jacket, a collection of short stories.  "an unforgettable glimpse into the turbulent lives of the people who inhabit rural Southern Georgia.  Among them are Shirley and Lovie, whose stepfather torches the local school.

Number of Pages:200

Folder 2: Going Through the ChangeAdd to your cart.

Setting:rural South Georgia

Additional information:Includes the short story "Dogs in a Pack" which was included in the compliation "Going Through the Change"

Brief Review:From "Going Through the Change" book jacket, a collection of short stories.  "an unforgettable glimpse into the turbulent lives of the people who inhabit rural Southern Georgia.  Among them are Shirley and Lovie, whose stepfather torches the local school

Number of Pages:20

Folder 3: Going Through the ChangeAdd to your cart.

Setting:rural South Georgia

Additional information:contains the short story "You're No Angel Yourself."

Brief Review:From "Going Through the Change" book jacket, a collection of short stories.  "an unforgettable glimpse into the turbulent lives of the people who inhabit rural Southern Georgia.  Among them are Shirley and Lovie, whose stepfather torches the local school

Number of Pages:24

Folder 4: Going Through the ChangeAdd to your cart.

Setting:rural South Georgia

Additional information:contains two manuscripts of the short story "Looking to Miss Sara."  One of the manuscripts has a rejection letter/note attached from the Apalachee Quarterly.

Brief Review:From "Going Through the Change" book jacket, a collection of short stories.  "an unforgettable glimpse into the turbulent lives of the people who inhabit rural Southern Georgia.  Among them are Shirley and Lovie, whose stepfather torches the local school

Number of Pages:16

Folder 5: Going Through the ChangeAdd to your cart.

Setting:rural South Georgia

Additional information:contains the short story "The Day Sue Died," which was published in "Change" as "The Day Mae Died" - a true story.

Brief Review:From "Going Through the Change" book jacket, a collection of short stories.  "an unforgettable glimpse into the turbulent lives of the people who inhabit rural Southern Georgia.  Among them are Shirley and Lovie, whose stepfather torches the local school

Number of Pages:28

Folder 6: Going Through the ChangeAdd to your cart.

Setting:rural South Georgia

Additional information:contains the unedited short story "Making Beliefs" from "Change"

Brief Review:From "Going Through the Change" book jacket, a collection of short stories.  "an unforgettable glimpse into the turbulent lives of the people who inhabit rural Southern Georgia.  Among them are Shirley and Lovie, whose stepfather torches the local school

Number of Pages:17

Folder 7: Going Through the ChangeAdd to your cart.

Setting:rural South Georgia

Additional information:contains the short story "Tippy and the Preacher"

Brief Review:From "Going Through the Change" book jacket, a collection of short stories.  "an unforgettable glimpse into the turbulent lives of the people who inhabit rural Southern Georgia.  Among them are Shirley and Lovie, whose stepfather torches the local school

Number of Pages:11

Box 45: Short StoriesAdd to your cart.
Folder 1: Cimes Against NatureAdd to your cart.

Setting:Big Mama's House in Swanoochee Co, GA

Additional information:Note in folder reads: "unpublished - big family - shock when nephew arrested for 'crimes against nature' - knew the inspiration too well - too close - can't publish."

Brief Review:Sally takes her new college boyfriend, Roman, to meet the family at Big Mama's house for Sunday dinner.  One of her aunts lets slip that Doug, Sally's cousin, was arrested for "crimes agianst nature."

Number of Pages:0

Folder 2: Rich Man, Poor Man, Beggarman, TheifAdd to your cart.

Setting:Mayday, Echols Co., Georgia

Additional information:unpublished short story

Brief Review:Elec, a fifty-two year old cable layer, has been working at Candy and June Bug's house for two weeks.  One afternoon June Bug comes home and takes him hostage, he has been robbing convenient stores.  The plan is to make Elec drive them to Atlanta.

Number of Pages:19

Folder 3: Nancy Hogan Correspondande (Two Shades of Morning)Add to your cart.

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Additional information:Contains correspondence from Nancy Hogan to Janice Daugharty, as well as, memos forwarded to Hogan from various editors and publisher.  Books mentioned include "Summer Thunder," "Two Shades of Morning," "Mr. P.C.," "An Imposing Presence," "Shorn Glory."

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Additional information:Six handwritten pages of a short story about fox hunting.

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Number of Pages:6

Folder 5: Dark of the MoonAdd to your cart.

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Additional information:Folder includes a mock up edition of the novel "Dark of the Moon" with Ms. Daugharty's edits (275 pages). A final copy of the jacket cover.  A mock up copy of the jacket cover (inside flaps).  A flyer for a meet and greet at Valdosta State University.

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Folder 6: The One That Almost Got AwayAdd to your cart.

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Additional information:Includes an idea rejection letter (dated 10 January 1994).  The anthology proposal.  Folder includes letters from authors as well as their photocopied short stories, the authors and stories include:  Madison Smartt Bell with "The Lie Detector", Bobbie Ann.

Brief Review:An anthology edited by Janice Daugharty.  The anthology, "The One That Almost Got Away," is a sampling of previously rejected stories by various successful authors.

Number of Pages:0

Folder 7: Like A SisterAdd to your cart.

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Additional information:Includes only the dust jacket proof for the novel "Like A Sister."

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Folder 8: Necessary LiesAdd to your cart.

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Additional information:Includes various forms of propaganda for the novel "Necessary Lies" as well as, several photocopied review, a book signing tour schedule, and official photographs (all in an official Harper Collins portfolio).

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Folder 9: WhistleAdd to your cart.

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Additional information:Folder includes first edition paperback of the novel "Whistle" along with a book of the month flyer.

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Folder 10: Earl in the Yellow ShirtAdd to your cart.

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Additional information:Folder contains stage/musical adaptation of the novel "Earl in the Yellow Shirt," also included are reviews.

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Folder 11: WhistleAdd to your cart.

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Additional information:Chives Sound Library "Whistle" (6 cassettes), read by Harrison Lee.

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Box 46: A/V BoxAdd to your cart.
Folder 1: A/V BoxAdd to your cart.

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Additional information:Includes:  7 cassettes (labeled (1) Voice of the Alapaha By Janice Daugharty 23 minute reading …  (2) WYPL Presents:  Book Talk with Janice Daugharty, May 1996 …  (3) Ann Hyman and Madge Brumer talk with Janice Daugharty in Weekend … (4)  Janice D. 6/20/9

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Box 47: Publicity and CorrespondenceAdd to your cart.
Folder 1Add to your cart.

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Additional information:Ms. Daugharty spoke at a library luncheon, afterwards she donated a generous amount to the library.  In return the Daytona library bought a small collection of books by southern women writers in her honor.  Folder includes letter and pictures of the college.

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Folder 2Add to your cart.

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Additional information:Folder contains a cassette tape, memo, and transcripts of the tape.  The tape was an interview of Ms. Daugharty for "Perspectives" magazine, she was interview by Dr. Kelly Whidden and Roy Pace in early 1997.

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Folder 3Add to your cart.

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Additional information:The novel "Whistle" was advertised in the Chivers Sound Library, a quarterly publication of audio books (page 6).

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Folder 4Add to your cart.

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Additional information:Folder contains information pertaining to the Janice Daugharty Regional Identity Festival.  Includes three programs, a bibliographer of articles on regional identity, a photocopy of the article "Write Where You Know" by Janice Daugharty.

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Additional information:Contains handwritten summaries of Daugharty novel, a photocopy of a review, and a memo/review from/by Joe Cumming.

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Folder 6Add to your cart.

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Additional information:Includes two online reviews and a photocopied article about Larry Ashmead (Daugharty's longtime editor at Harper Collins).  The online reviews analyze the novel "Like A Sister."  They are "Moral Center Embodied in Disparate Characters" by Sally Buckner

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Folder 7Add to your cart.

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Additional information:Publicity folder (1).  Includes flyers and pamphlets for various events, as well as reviews.

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Folder 8Add to your cart.

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Additional information:Publicity folder (2).  Includes flyers and pamphlets for various events, as well as reviews.

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Folder 9Add to your cart.

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Additional information:Newspaper clippings (1)

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Folder 10Add to your cart.

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Additional information:Newspaper clippings (2).

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Folder 11Add to your cart.

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Additional information:contains a program for the Lanier County Unit of Georgia Retired Teachers Association 1994-1995 and a ticket stub, dated Nov. 17, 1994 at Motlow College in Tullahoma, TN where Janice Daugharty was the guest speaker.

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Folder 12Add to your cart.

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Additional information:Certificates (dates 1987-89) for short stories, novels, and fiction.  Two of the certificates were presented to "Judy Lynn Guess," Daugharty had changed her name on the entry form because she knew one of the judges.

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Folder 13Add to your cart.

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Additional information:A typed autobiography in which Ms. Daugharty discusses the novel "Just Doll" and the unpublished novel "Massacre at Moniac Crossing."

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Folder 15Add to your cart.

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Additional information:Contains rejection letters from Daughtary's very early career, dates range from 1984 to 1991.

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Folder 16Add to your cart.

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Additional information:contains correspondence from an elderly friend living in Tifton.  Includes typed as well as handwritten letters, cards, and newspaper clippings.

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Folder 17Add to your cart.

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Additional information:Correspondence, dated October 1, 1998, from students at the State University College of Buffalo.  "Dark of the Moon" was required reading for a women in southern literature class.

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Folder 18Add to your cart.

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Additional information:Correspondence from Susan Ramer (early agent) to Daugharty, also correspondence from publishers to Ramer that were forwarded to Daugharty.

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Folder 19Add to your cart.

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Additional information:alphabetized miscellaneous correspondence. Folder "A"

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Folder 20Add to your cart.

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Additional information:alphabetized miscellaneous correspondence. Folder "B-E"

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Folder 21Add to your cart.

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Additional information:alphabetized miscellaneous correspondence. Folder "F-J"

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Folder 22Add to your cart.

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Additional information:alphabetized miscellaneous correspondence. Folder "K-O"

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Folder 23Add to your cart.

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Additional information:alphabetized miscellaneous correspondence. Folder "P-S"

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Folder 24Add to your cart.

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Additional information:alphabetized miscellaneous correspondence. Folder "T-Z"

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Folder 25Add to your cart.

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Additional information:Miscellaneous correspondence (inlcudes letters, cards, etc.)

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Folder 26Add to your cart.

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Additional information:miscellaneous correspondence (1), mostly emails, also includes a postcard from granddaughter Pauline.

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Folder 27Add to your cart.

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Additional information:miscellaneous correspondence (2). Lots of postcards, letters, cards, etc.

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Folder 28Add to your cart.

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Additional information:Letters and other correspondence from Larry Ashmead, Daugharty's editor and friend.  Also includes reviews and articles he sent her.

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Folder 29Add to your cart.

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Additional information:Old red 3-ring binder.  This is a special notebook Ms. Daugharty kept to jot down ideas and begin her stories.

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Box 48: Magazines and PublicationsAdd to your cart.
Folder 1Add to your cart.

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Additional information:"Perspectives on Research," spring/fall 1997.  Valdosta State University research publication.  Janice Daugharty interview on page 22, titled "Janice Daugharty, A Writer, A Teacher, An Inspiration."  The notes and a cassette of the interview can be found

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Additional information:Two copies of the winter 1994 edition of the Georgia Journal.  Daughtary's short story "Amazing Grace" appears on pages 48-52.  Also included is a handwritten note from David Osten (?) at the Georgia Journal.

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Additional information:Two copies of Entertainment Weekly, April 7, 1995, review of "Necessary Lies" on page 85.

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Additional information:Copy of the March 16, 1998 issue of People Weekly, review of "Whistle" on page 33-34 (with picture).

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Additional information:Two copies of the Valdosta State University Alumni Bulletin (Summer 1998), essay on page 25.

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Folder 6Add to your cart.

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Additional information:Contains the Writer's Yearbook (1996) with an essay titled "The 'Sudden' success of Janice Daugharty" (pages 26-7).

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Additional information:Contains Writer's Digest (May 1997) with the essay "Write Where You Know" (pages 32-3).

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Folder 8Add to your cart.

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Additional information:Contains Veranda (Spring 1998) with an excerpt from the short story "Amazing Grace" (pages 288, 280, 282).

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Folder 9Add to your cart.

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Additional information:The Oxford American (June 1999), the southern women edition, includes the short story "Once Upon a Summer" (pages 62-7).  Also includes a note from Kelly Candle at the Oxford American.

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Folder 10Add to your cart.

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Additional information:The Albany magazine with an article on Daugharty's life, as well as an interview, features the book "Earl in the Yellow Shirt" (pages 68-73).  Folder also contains correspondence.

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Additional information:The Chattahoochee Review (winter/spring 2004), features short story "DumDum" (pages 9-22).

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Folder 12Add to your cart.

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Additional information:Two copies of The Georgia Review (fall 2004), features the short story "American Breakfast-Mexican Dinner" (585-597). (one copy is sealed).

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Folder 13Add to your cart.

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Additional information:Two copies of the Ontario Review (fall/winter 2005-06), features the short story "Going to Jackson" (pages 31-47).

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Folder 14Add to your cart.

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Additional information:Book "New Stories From The South, 2005" edited by Shannon Ravenel, features the short story "DumDum" (pages 268-85).

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Additional information:Folder contains the Valdosta State University literary magazine Odradek (spring 1998), features the short story "The Last Pauper" (pages 2-3).

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Additional information:Snake Nation Review (Fall 1989), features the short story "Shorn Glory" (pages 61-6).

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Folder 17Add to your cart.

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Additional information:The Chattahoochee Review (Fall 1999), features the essay (pages 19-21).

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Folder 18Add to your cart.

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Additional information:The Chattahoochee Review (Spring 1999), features the short story "Little Big Girls" (pages 11-9).

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Additional information:The Habersham Review (Autumn 1996), features the short story "Vision Quest" (pages 101-10), also feautres an interview (by Lisa Hodgens Lumpkin, pages 111-27, the battered red notebooks is mentioned on page 119 - see box 47).

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Additional information:Kalliope:  a journal of women's literature and art (vol. XXI, No. 1), features the short story "Black Window" (pages 7-13).

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Folder 21Add to your cart.

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Additional information:The Georgia Review (Winter 1996), features the short story "Along a Wider River" (pages 725-32).

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Folder 22Add to your cart.
Setting:Additional information:The publication Story (Winter 1996), features the short story "Reddkubg Bub" (pages 25-32).Brief Review:Number of Pages:0
Folder 23Add to your cart.

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Additional information:The publication Story (Autumn 1998), features the short story "Name of Love" (pages 87-95).

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Additional information:The

Ontario Review (No. 44), features the short story "Wrong Season" (pages 5-13)

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Folder 25Add to your cart.

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Additional information:The Ontario Review (No. 50), features the short story "The Odds Are Against IT" (pages 27-33).

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Folder 26Add to your cart.

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Additional information:The Ontario Review (No. 65).

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Additional information:two copies of The Distillery:  Aristic Spirits of the Southes (Vol. II, No. 2), features the short story "The Frist Nudist" (pages 8-20).

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Additional information:The anthology "Blue Cathedral:  Short Fiction for the New Millenium" (2000, edited by Kate Gale and Mark E. Cull), features the short story "Whereabouts Are We?" (pages 242-50).

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Additional information:The antholgoy "After O'Connor:  Stories From Contemporary Georgia" (2003, edited by Hugh Ruppersburg), features the shrot story "You're No Angel Yourself" (pages 53-65).

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Electronic records created by Valdosta State University Archives and Special Collections circa 2004 for Janice Daugharty Papers, 1980- Collection. Includes video interviews, Janice Daugharty website, event photographs, and more.
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