Gerald Dawe papers

The Gerald Dawe Papers comprise approximately 5 linear ft (12 boxes). The papers contains manuscripts, correspondence, photographs and audio tapes related to Dawe's own creative work as well as his role as a literary editor. Prominent correspondents include John Banville, John F. Deane, Padriac Fiacc, Seamus Heaney and Ewart Milne. The dates of the collection are 1967-2000.

 


Organized into five series: (1) Poetry, (2) Prose, (3) Correspondence, (4) Photographs, and (5) Audio tapes.

 

Strengths

Prominent correspondents include John Banville, John F. Deane, Padriac Fiacc, Seamus Heaney and Ewart Milne.

Physical characteristics

5 linear ft. (12 boxes)

Created

1967
2000

Collected

1967
2000

Coverage

1967
2000
Custodial History

Originally purchased by Boston College in 2000, with subsequent purchases since.

Accrual
Accrual Policy
Open
Accrual Method
Purchase
Accrual Periodicity
Irregular
Added by John J. Burns Library | Last updated on: 20 August 2018