|Title:||Raymond Z. Gallun manuscript|
|Creator:||Gallun, Raymond Z., 1911-1994|
|Size:||1 box (.25 linear feet)|
|Abstract:||Consists of one photocopy of the typescript for "The Eden Cycle" by Raymond Z. Gallun. The manuscript bears corrections and is 348 pages. The title page includes the novel's original title, "Lest We Remember...", which has been crossed out and written over.|
|Citation:||Raymond Z. Gallun manuscript, Science Fiction Literary Manuscripts, Collection 182, Special Collections, University of Maryland, Baltimore County (Baltimore, MD).|
Raymond Z. Gallun (1911-1994) was a science fiction writer from Beaver Dam, Wisconsin. He helped to popularize the genre of sci-fi pulp, and used the pen names Arthur Allport, Dow Elstar, E. V. Raymond, and William Callahan. He won the I-CON Lifetime Achievement Award in 1985, and the award was later renamed for him.
Manuscript is divided into three folders and organized by page number.
Includes MSS-0011. Accession information unknown.
Manuscript was housed in three acid-free folders as part of the Rosenfeld Manuscripts collection. Previously assigned Ms. Coll #8 and MSS-0011.
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Gallun, Raymond Z., 1911-1994