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Kate Seredy Papers

 Collection
Identifier: CLRC-1558

Scope and Contents

The collection contains two sheets of illustration proofs, for 1 title.

Dates

  • 1936

Creator

Language of Materials

English

Access and Use:

Collection is open for researchers with no restrictions. Registration with the collection is required.

Copyright:

This collection is protected by the Copyright Law of the United States (Title 17, U.S. Code). It is the user's responsibility to verify copyright ownership and to obtain all necessary permissions prior to the reproduction, publication, or other use of any portion of these materials.

Biographical Sketch

Kate Seredy (pronounced Sher'-edy) was born November 10, 1899, in Budapest Hungary. She came to the United States in 1922. She began her career as a designer of book covers and greeting cards. She became a writer, as she says, by accident, when an editor suggested to her that she write a story about her own childhood in Hungary. She accepted the challenge, and this became her first book, The Good Master. Many other books followed, though Seredy never felt comfortable writing, since she says that basically she thinks in pictures. In spite of that, in 1938 she won the Newbery Medal for The White Stag. Kate Seredy died March 7, 1975, in Middletown, New York.

Biographical Sources: Something About the Author, vols. 1, 24 Children's Literature Review, vol. 10

Extent

1 box

Abstract

The collection contains 2 sheets of illustration proofs.

Arrangement

Mademoiselle Misfortune, 1936

Physical Location

See Detailed Descriptions for Each Title Item for Box Locations

Accession Information:

Gift of: Seredy, Kate

Creator

Title
Kate Seredy Papers
Author
Jim Eyer
Date
1-18-05
Description rules
Describing Archives: A Content Standard
Language of description
English
Script of description
Latin
Language of description note
Description is in English

Collecting Area Details

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