ST. JOHNS, ADELA ROGERS. Papers re novel Tell No Man, 1966
Adela Rogers St. Johns: Papers Relating to Tell No Man, 1966
St. Johns, Adela Rogers.
Papers relating to her novel Tell No Man, 1966.
3 boxes (3.5 linear ft.).
Journalist, novelist and screenwriter (1894-1988), Adela Rogers St. Johns was best known for her reporting for the Hearst newspapers during the 1920s and 1930s. She was awarded the United States Medal of Freedom in 1970.
Scope and Contents
Typescripts, with authorial corrections and corrected galley proofs (printing proofs), of her novel Tell No Man (1966). Also, a small amount of correspondence between her son, Richard St. Johns, antiquarian bookseller John Fleming, and “21” Club proprietor I. Robert Kriendler relating to this material.
Publications (based on collection)
Adela Rogers St. Johns. Tell No Man. Garden City, N.Y.: Doubleday & Co., 1966.
Fleming, John F. (John Francis), 1910-
Kriendler, I. Robert (Irving Robert), 1914-1974.
St. Johns, Adela Rogers. Tell no man. 1966.
St. Johns, Richard.
Occupation (as reflected in collection)
Novelists. United States. 20th century.
Grolier Club, 47 East 60th Street, New York, N.Y. 10022-1098.