Zane Grey's West Society
The Zane Grey's West Society (1983-) was established to promote the life and works of Zane Grey.
The Zane Grey's West Society was founded in 1983 by Joe Wheeler and is located in Pleasanton, California. The society's purpose is to promote the works and life of Zane Grey by furthering the knowledge and research on Grey and his works. As of 2022, the society was active.
Citation:The horses of Bostil's Ford, 1986: title page (published by Zane Grey's West Society)
Zane Grey's West Society web site, 3 December 2010 (promotes knowledge of American author Zane Grey and his works)
Zane Grey's West Society web site, September 5, 2023 (The Zane Grey's West Society; founded in 1983 by Joe Wheeler; located in Pleasanton, California; purpose to promote the works and life of Zane Grey, by furthering the knowledge and research on Grey and his works; as of 2023, the society is currently still active)
Found in 17 Collections and/or Records:
Contains correspondence, articles, surveys, and other materials that are by, about, or related to Zane Grey, the Grey family, Wheeler, the Zane Grey's West Society, or western life and culture. Materials date from approximately 1910 to 1989.
Joe Wheeler collection of Zane Grey materials include manuscripts, articles, diaries, correspondence, serials, ephemera, newspapers, plays, photographs, negatives, and other materials by, about, or related to Zane Grey, the Grey family, Joe Wheeler, Zane Grey's West Society, or western life and culture. Dated approximately 1910-1989.
Contains correspondence collected by Zane Grey's West Society that includes letters from Zane Grey, Lina Elise Grey (Dolly), Claire Wilhelm, Betty Zane Grosso, Zane Grey Inc., and Leo and Cylvia Margulies. Materials dated 1905 to 1972.
Contains 118 black and white photographs of various sizes taken between approximately 1906 and 1939. Images include expedition and camping photographs of Southern Utah (including Rainbow Bridge), the North Rim of the Grand Canyon, Tonto Rim, Tuba City, and Tsegi Canyon in Arizona. Also includes portraits of Lina Elise (Dolly) Grey, photographs of Zane Grey, movie scenes from "Wild Horse Mesa," ships and Zane Grey's yacht. Some photographs are reproductions.
A collection of items related to Zane Grey and his family, friends, properties, adventures, and work. Items were collected by the Zane Grey West Society members and donated to the Society over a period of time. Includes letters (both originals and photocopies), manuscripts, a booklet, and photographs, some of which are reproductions. Materials dated from 1905 to 1972.
- Archival Object 15
- Collection 2
- West (U.S.) -- Social life and customs 12
- Authors, American -- 20th century 11
- Literature 11
- Arts, Humanities, and Social Sciences 9
- Correspondence 9
- Film serials 9
- Images 9
- Letters 7
- Manuscripts 6
- Photographs 6
- Arizona -- Photographs 5
- Articles 5
- Utah, Southern -- Photographs 5
- Negatives 4
- Printed ephemera 4
- Authors, American -- 20th century -- Correspondence 3
- Newspapers 3
- Western stories -- Manuscripts 3
- American newspapers 1
- Booklets 1
- Clippings (Books, newspapers, etc.) 1
- Inventories 1
- Motion picture plays 1
- Periodicals 1
- Photocopies 1
- Publications 1
- Scripts (Documents) 1
- Surveys 1 + ∧ less