Zane Grey literary manuscript for The Water Hole
Grey turned “The Water Hole” into a serial publication (Collier's, 1927) and published in novel form. It was then made into a movie the following year (a silent film, directed by R. Richard Jons) and released in the United States on August 25, 1928. In 1954 the novel was published in book form, with the title changed to “Lost Pueblo.” It was reprinted again in 1965. The summary of the novel is given in BYU Scholar Search: “Rich easterner Janey Endicott comes to Arizona with her father, where she is bored until she meets archeologist Phillip Randolph, who is investigating ancient Indian pueblos in the midst of the West's wild culture.”
- approximately 1927
- Grey, Zane, 1872-1939 (Author, Person)
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1 oversize box (0.8 linear ft.) : 319 pages, 8 ½ x 11 inches.
Zane Grey was born on January 31, 1872, in Zanesville, Ohio, as Pearl Zane Grey. Born to Lewis M. Gray and Josephine Alice Zane Gray, Zane was the fourth of five children. Zane originally followed his father's career pathway as a dentist, but ultimately pursued his lifelong passion of writing and became a well-known author for the remainder of his life. Many of Grey's Western novels were produced into movie productions. On November 21, 1905, Zane married Lina “Dolly” Elise Roth in New York, New York. Together they had three children: Romer Zane, Betty, and Loren. October 23, 1939, in Altadena, California, Zane passed away at age 65.
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Original literary manuscript of Zane Grey's, The Water Hole.
- Register of the Zane Grey literary manuscript for The Water Hole
- Courtney Dixon
- 2011 June 13
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