Contains typescripts of poetry, short stories, and novels, including
Never Let Me Go, and
Torchlight to Valhalla; galley proofs; and documents relating to publishing including correspondence, contracts, and royalty statements. Also includes
photographs of Gale Wilhelm and of her house in the Berkeley Hills.
Gale Wilhelm was born on April 26, 1908 in Eugene, Oregon. Wilhelm lived in Berkeley, California for most of her adult life.
She was an author best known for her lesbian themed novels, We Too Are Drifting (1935), and Torchlight to Valhalla (1938).
Number of containers: 5 boxes
Linear feet: 1.6
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