Herzog, Arthur (1927-2010)
The Arthur Herzog collection consists of manuscripts, printed material, correspondence, family and personal records, and other items.

Manuscripts by Herzog in the collection include drafts of books, articles (published and unpublished), and short stories.  Drafts of books include The War Peace Establishment (Harper and Row, 1965), The Church Trap (Macmillan, 1968); McCarthy for President (Viking, 1969); The B.S. Factor (Simon and Schuster, 1973); The Swarm (Simon and Schuster, 1974); Earthsound (Simon and Schuster, 1975); Orca (Simon and Schuster, 1976); Heat (New American Library, 1976); I.Q. 83 (Berkley Publishing, 1977); Glad to Be Here (Crowell, 1979); Aries Rising (Richard Marek, 1980); The Craving (Dell, 1982); Vesco (Doubleday, 1987); The Woodchipper Murder (Holt, 1989); and others.  Other drafts include articles for Think magazine and other periodicals; article ideas (1957-1969); unpublished articles on various topics; several short stories written in the 1940s; poems; notebooks; and numerous notes.

Printed material in the collection includes several articles by Herzog for various publications, including The New York Times Magazine, Think, and True; book reviews by Herzog; and reviews of Herzog's books.

Correspondence in the collection consists of general letters to and from Herzog as well as letters to Herzog regarding his books.  The letters date from 1955 to 1982.  Notable correspondents include McGeorge Bundy, Walter Kaufmann, Henry Kissinger, Eugene McCarthy, A.J. Muste, Reinhold Niebuhr, Madalyn Murray O'Hair, Linus Pauling, Bayard Rustin, and Norman Thomas.

Family and personal records in the collection include letters, photographs, and other documents regarding Herzog's family, dating from the 1860s to the 1960s; published writings by Herzog as a boy in the 1940s; and other items.

Other material in the collection includes documents regarding Herzog's Guggenhiem Fellowship application in 1964; financial documents; and some audio recordings.
Notable Figures
1. Herzog, Arthur
Associated Subjects
1. Science Fiction, Fantasy, and Horror Subject Guide
2. Literary Collections Subject Guide
3. Journalism Subject Guide
4. Novelists
5. Authors, American
6. Novels
7. American literature--20th century
8. Journalists