A collection of manuscripts by and correspondence to Irish novelist, playwright, and district justice Kenneth Reddin (1895-1967), who also wrote under the pseudonym Kenneth Sarr.
Kenneth Reddin (1895-1967) was an Irish novelist, playwright, and district justice during the first half of the 20th century, sometimes writing under the pseudonym of Kenneth Sarr. Reddin was involved in Republican politics, and his writings reflect that interest. This collection contains versions of two of his works (Sable and Silver and Another Shore), personal correspondence with well-known figures of the Irish literary revival and political figures, and printed materials created by Irish poets and writers.
Includes materials related to Kenneth Reddin (Kenneth Sarr), the Abbey Theatre, 20th-century Irish Republican politics, Irish Literary Renaissance / Revival. Formats include: correspondence, manuscripts and typescript drafts, publicity materials, ephemera, amd printed works.
1 linear foot (3 boxes)
The University of Kanas has legal ownership of this collection; copyright does not rest with the University. Researchers must arrange copyright permission as applicable.
Purchase, Frank Hollings, 1961