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  1. 2000 Literary Landmarks

    Menger Hotel, San Antonia, Texas. Aassociated with Oscar Wilde, O. Henry, and Theodore Roosevelt. Hall Branch, Chicago Public Library, Chicago, Ill. Associated with Richard Wright, Langston Hughes, Anna Bontemps, Gwendolyn Brooks, and Zora Neale Hurston. ...

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  2. 2001 Literary Landmarks

    Beauvoir, the Jefferson Davis Home and Presidential Library, Biloxi, Miss. Bank Street College, New York, N.Y. In honor of  Margaret Wise Brown. Woody Guthrie Birthplace, Okemah, Okla. McNichols Campus Library, University of Detroit Mercy,   Detroit, Mich ...

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  3. 2002 Literary Landmarks

    Home of Maxwell E. Perkins, 93 Park St., New Canaan, Conn. Lillian Hellman Home, New Orleans, La. Sunnyside, Tarrytown on the Hudson, N.Y. Home of Washington Irving. Dr. Seuss National Memorial, Springfield, Mass. Katharine Anne Porter Home, Kyle, Texas. ...

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  4. 2003 Literary Landmarks

      The Library Company of Philadelphia, Philadelphia, Pa. America's first subscription library started by Benjamin Franklin. Beluthahatchee, Fruit Cove, Fla. Woody Guthrie wrote the final draft of his autobiographical Seeds of Man and the ballad " ...

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  5. 1998 Literary Landmarks

    Sherwood Anderson's salon, Pontalba Apartments, New Orleans, La. Richard Wright, Cossitt Library, Memphis, Tenn. Maine Women Writers Collection, Portland, Me. Jefferson Building, Library of Congress, Washington, D.C. Heinhold's First and Last Ch ...

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  6. 1999 Literary Landmarks

    Rare Books Department, "Grip the Raven," Free Library of Philadelphia, Philadelphia, Pa. For Edgar Allan Poe and Charles Dickens.  Waldemar Ager House, Eau Claire, Wisc. University of South Carolina, Columbia, S.C. In honor of James Dickey. Will ...

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  7. 2004 Literary Landmarks

    Rome/Floyd County Library, Rome, Ga. Ann Cornelisen, author of Torregreca: Life, Death, and Miracles and other works ardently and generously supported this library as a Friend of the Library and a benefactor from 1969 to 2003. Partners: The Friends of the ...

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  8. 2005 Literary Landmarks

    84 South Street, Medford, Mass. Family home of poet, author, editor, and translator John Ciardi (1916-1986). Partner: The Friends of the Medford Public Library. Dedicated Oct. 29, 2005. Bland Cemetery, Jordan Point, Va. Bland Cemetery is the burial site o ...

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  9. 2006 Literary Landmarks

    University of North Alabama, Florence, Ala. T.S. Stribling (1881-1965) was a graduate of State Normal College at Florence (1903) and Pulitzer Prize winner (1933) for The Store. Stribling's writings, research materials, and memorabilia are located in ...

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  10. 2007 Literary Landmarks

    Will Rogers Museum, Claremore, Okla. Will Rogers wrote to entertain, to enlighten, and to educate. His words were stilled far too soon. The site on which the museum now resides was purchased by Will and Betty Rogers to build their Oklahoma home. It is on ...

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