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Julian Hawthorne papers,
- "Contains correspondence regarding literary publications and business ventures, manuscripts (including short story, Cyriack Skene, published in Temple Bar, 77 (1886:May/Aug.), p. 58), typescripts, a prospectus promoting Hawthorne Silver and Iron Mines, Limited (the venture for which Hawthorne was convicted of fraud), newspaper clippings, and scrapbooks. Also includes writings and correspondence of his second wife, Edith Garrigues Hawthorne, who edited the "Memoirs of Julian Hawthorne" and gave a series of talks on radio station KFRC (San Francisco) featuring excerpts from the book. Also includes correspondence addressed to the radio station from supportive listeners of the programs."
- "Records and correspondence"
- "Manuscripts for publication."
- "Julian Hawthorne papers,"