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.

  • Margaret Mitchell Home and Museum, Atlanta, Ga.

  • Ralph Waldo Ellison Branch of the Metropolitan Library System, Oklahoma City, Okla.

  • Walter Clinton Jackson Library, University of North Carolina Greensboro, Greensboro, N.C.

  • St. Simons Island Library, St. Simons Island, Ga. Eugenia Price researched her first novel, The Beloved Invader, here,  and developed her St. Simons trilogy.

  • The Little Red Lighthouse, New York, N.Y. This was the inspiration for children's classic The Little Red Lighthouse and the Great Gray Bridge.

  • Marquette County Courthouse, Marquette, Mich. This Landmark was dedicated in honor of Michigan Judge John D. Voelker, author of Anatomy of a Murd er.