Schneck, Stephen (1933-1996)
Scope:
The Steven Schneck collection consists largely of manuscripts and printed material regarding the written work of this author including drafts, notes, and unfinished work. The collection also contains some personal and professional correspondences as well as printed materials and personal journals and notebooks on various subjects.

The manuscript collection includes several drafts, omitted chapters and pages, notes regarding his novels, short stories, and articles.  Most prominent in the collection are papers regarding The Night Clerk: Being His Perfectly True Confession, as well as numerous drafts short stories, plays, and articles from 1950 to 1970.  

Correspondence in the collection consists of personal letters and letters to the editor regarding articles written by Schneck. Most letters are not dated.

The collection of printed materials includes several published articles by Schneck as well as several notebooks concerning various subjects and containing miscellaneous and varying content, including drafts of stories and articles, sketches, and outlines.  The collection also contains a personal journal as well as several photographs, post cards and miscellaneous college material.
CLICK BELOW TO VIEW THE INVENTORY OF THE COLLECTION
Notable Figures
1. Schneck, Stephen, 1933-
Associated Subjects
1. Literary Collections Subject Guide