|Title:||Charles L. Harness papers|
|Creator:||Harness, Charles L.|
|Size:||1 box (.25 linear feet)|
|Abstract:||Collection consists of three carbon copies of typescripts written by Charles L. Harness: "Fruits of the Agathon," "Stalemate in Space," and "Time Trap." Also includes the tables of contents from publications in which these stories appeared.|
|Citation:||Charles L. Harness papers, Science Fiction Literary Manuscripts, Collection 184, Special Collections, University of Maryland, Baltimore County (Baltimore, MD).|
Charles Leonard Harness (1915-2005) was an attorney and science fiction author from Colorado City, Texas. He has won many awards for his novellas.
Manuscripts are each in a unique folder, and organized by page number.
Includes MSS-0013, MSS-0014, and MSS-0015. Accession information unknown.
Manuscripts were housed in acid-free folders as part of the Rosenfeld Manuscripts collection. Previously assigned Ms. Coll #5.
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Reproductions allowed for research purposes. Copyright maintained by the creator.
Harness, Charles L.
Science fiction, American -- 20th century
Harness, Charles L. -- Archives
Harness, Charles L. Fruits of the Agathon
Harness, Charles L. Time trap
Harness, Charles L. Stalemate in space
|Folder Title/Description||Date||Box #||Folder #||Additional Info.|
|Fruits of the Agathon||1948||Description|
"Fruits of the Agathon," is 39 pages, undated, and includes a photocopied page from "Thrilling Wonder Stories" Vol. XXXIII, No. 2 (December 1948) which lists the novelet in a table of contents along with a summary.
|Stalemate in Space||1949||Description|
"Stalemate in Space," is 32 pages, undated, and includes a photocopied page from "Planet Stories" Vol. IV, No. 3 (Summer Issue 1949) which lists the novelette in a table of contents along with a summary. The title "Stalemate in Six" is written on the first page of the manuscript.
Time Trap, is 35 pages, undated, and includes a photocopied page from "Astounding Science Fiction" Vol. XLI, No. 6 (August 1948) which lists the novelette in a table of contents and the handwritten note "My first sale!" at the top of the page.