Gale Sears research for Autumn Sky series, approximately 2000
Scope and Contents
Research for the "Autumn Sky" trilogy, including "Autumn Sky," "Until the Dawn," and "Upon the Mountains." Includes newspaper clippings, copies, book research, bibliographies, article copies, and hand-written notes, created circa 2000, and relating to San Francisco, World War I, the Influenza pandemic, and Salt Lake culture in the 1910's.
- approximately 2000
- Sears, Gale (creator, Person)
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Open for public research.
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Gale Sears is an author of historical fiction who currently lives in Sandy, Utah.
Born in Lake Tahoe, California, and raised in Honolulu, Hawaii, Gale Sears recieved a BA in Playwriting from Brigham Young University, and an MA in Theater Arts from the University of Minnesota. Primarily a writer of historical fiction, Gale Sears’ work often features female protagonists who are converted to Mormonism and continue to affirm their faith despite trying circumstances, such as the Russian Revolution, World War I, or Influenza Pandemic. Gale Sears is the winner of several Whitney Awards for excellence in Mormon Literature. She currently lives in Sandy, Utah with her husband, George, and her children, Shawn and Chandler.
Language of Materials
Content preserved in the original arrangement of the author.