John Gilmore (1935- ) was a instructor in creative writing at Antioch College/West and Glendora College (1974-76) and a author.
The collection contains research materials for manuscripts and published copies of Gilmore's works, including
the Tucson murders,
The garbage people,
Blowout, and the screenplay,
Indiana twilight. Also contains photographs, clippings, diary entries, correspondence, and publicity materials.
Gilmore was born on July 5, 1935 in Los Angeles; became a child actor in Hollywood during the 1940s; attended New York University;
BA, Antioch College, 1955; later became a leading man, acting in film, television, and on the New York stage; instructor in
creative writing at Antioch College/West and Glendora College, 1974-76; won New York Circle Award for Poetry, 1967, and Southwest
Literary Award in 1976 for his novel, Blowout; other publications include Overpass blues (1967), The Tucson murders (1970), The garbage people (1971), The real James Dean (1975), and Night shark (1975).
26 boxes (13.0 linear ft.)
and 2 oversize boxes
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owner or his or her heir for permission to publish where The UC Regents do not hold the copyright.
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