Greene, Harris (1921-1997)
Scope:
The Harris Greene collection consists of manuscripts and other material.
 
Manuscripts by Greene in the collection include drafts of The Flags at Doney (Doubleday, 1964); The Thieves of Tumbutu (Doubleday, 1968); Canceled Accounts (Doubleday, 1972); FSO-1 (Doubleday, 1977); Inference of Guilt (Doubleday, 1982); and an unpublished story, written in Salzburg, Austria (1946).
 
Other material in the collection includes a telegram from the U.S. State Department to Greene, approving the publication of The Thieves of Tumbutu (1967); notes from Greene’s 1965 trip to East Africa, used for The Thieves of Tumbutu; printed items used as research for Canceled Accounts and Inference of Guilt; five business letters (1967-1982); and several items regarding FSO-1.

The latter includes a drafts with corrections by Jean Stone (wife of Irving Stone), and Richard Vine (U.S. Deputy Assistant Secretary of State); notes on a U.S. Senate Foreign Relations Committee session; notes on the Canadian scenes in the novel, including; a U.S. Foreign Service “Post Report” on Mali (1973); and a few letters regarding the book (1971-1977).
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1. Greene, Harris
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