Contains 16 Results:
This file contains fan mail from various people, including boys, young women and disabled veterans, to Zane Grey expressing how much they enjoy his work and appreciate his responses to their letters, dating from 1920 to 1938. It also contains stories from peoples lives that they wanted to share with Grey.
This file contains correspondence from various individuals and corporations asking for autographs, money, information, guest appearances, lectures, specimens from fishing expeditions, and advice from Zane Grey, dating from 1924 to 1934. Some of the letters also include requests for Zane Grey to read poetry or works of literature and ideas for future plot lines.
This subseries contains a letter from Edwin G. Bowen regarding the economy and its financial implications for Zane Grey, Inc., dating from 1933 to 1938. It also contains letters are addressed to Romer Grey, Inc. and Romer Grey Ltd. and blank Romer Grey Studios stationery.
This file contains a letter from Edwin G. Bowen regarding the economy and its financial implications for Zane Grey, Inc. dating from 1933.
This file contains correspondence to Romer Grey the United States Department of Agriculture and Exhibitors Film Exchange regarding film releases, dating from January to February 1938. The letters are addressed to Romer Grey, Inc. and Romer Grey Ltd. It also contains blank Romer Grey Studios stationery.
This subseries contains assignments of copyrights, which transferred the copyrights to all of Zane Grey's published works to Zane Grey, Inc., dating from approximately 1932. It also includes a list of published works with dates of publication and copyright registration numbers. The documents were prepared with Lina Elise Grey as attorney-in-fact for Zane Grey in 1932. These documents gave the rights to change, translate, and publish in any form available or that would be later devised.