Clifford Knight (1886- ) contributed fiction and short stories to several magazines, including
Argosy, and wrote mystery novels. The collection consists of manuscripts, correspondence, and ephemera.
Knight was born on December 7, 1886 in Fulton, Kansas; attended Washburn College and University of Michigan; assistant professor,
Signal Corps Officers Training School, Yale University, 1918-19; subeditor, Kansas City Star, 1920-29; contributed fiction and short stories to several magazines, including Collier's and Argosy; wrote mystery novels, including Tommy of the Voices (1918), The Affair of the Scarlet Crab (1937), The Affair of the Heavenly Voice (1937), and The Affair of the Ginger Lei (1938).
5 boxes (2.5 linear ft.)
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