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I. CORRESPONDENCE.

Arranged alphabetically by correspondent, with family correspondence and KPFA Radio correspondence at the end. A complete list of names is available.

  • Box 1: A—Bak
  • Box 2: Baker St. Irregulars—Breb
  • Box 3: Brec—Charteris
  • Box 4: Ci—Crossen
  • Box 5: Crot—De Camp
  • Box 6: De Ford—Fak
  • Box 7: Fal—Faw
  • Box 8: Magazine of Science Fiction-Mills
  • Box 9: Fans and Fanzines—Gilbert
  • Box 10: Gilbert—Hedgpeth
  • Box 11: Hedgpeth—Klein
  • Box 12: Klein—McClur
  • Box 13: McComas—Mercury
  • Box 14: Mere—MWA (Mystery Writers of America)
  • Box 15: MWA
  • Box 16: Na—Pharris
  • Box 17: Phi—Rho
  • Box 18: Ri—Sham
  • Box 19: Sham—Star
  • Box 20: Stern—Whi
  • Box 21: Wi—Writ
  • Box 22a: Wyc—Zu; Miscellaneous Correspondence
  • Box 22b: White—Phyllis, 1933-1937
  • Box 23: White—Phyllis, 1937-1966; Family Letters
  • Box 24: White—Mother; Mother's Papers
  • Box 36: KPFA Radio (11 folders)
  • Box 37: KPFA Radio (14 folders)

II. WRITINGS.

Include drafts and proofs of both published and unpublished works, as well as notes and outlines for unfinished works.

  • Box 7-9: Magazine of Fantasy of Science Fiction

Novels

Box 25

  • The Case of Carruthers (7 folders)
  • The Case of the Baker Street Irregulars (7 folders)
  • The Clue of the Crumpled Knave (12 folders)

Box 26

  • The Case of the Seven of Calvary (6 folders)
  • The Case of the Seven Sneezes (10 folders)
  • The Case of Toad in the Hole (6 folders)
  • Nine Times Nine (5 folders)

Box 27

  • Nine Times Nine (6 folders)
  • Rocket to the Morgue (5 folders)

Articles

  • "An Aborted Avatar"
  • "The Adventures of Sherrinford Holmes"
  • "The Affaire Horn"
  • "Cooking for One"
  • "Dissent" Outline; "Ellery Queen: A Double Profile"
  • "The Ethics of the Mystery Novel" (1944)
  • "Fantasy and/or Science Fiction" & "Footnote to a Footnote"
  • "A Fiction Writer Admires Dewey"
  • "The Germans Have the Right Idea"; "Holmesiana Hispanica"
  • "Has Science Outrun Science Fiction?"
  • "Have You Looked in Your Attic Lately?"
  • [Impressionism]
  • "Molly Maguires" & "Murder On Broadway"
  • "Murder Up to Date"
  • "My Favorite Murder"
  • "Mystery and Science Fiction"
  • "Mystery Fiction"
  • "Mystery Story"
  • "Neville Heath Case"
  • "From Charm to Murder: The Case of Neville Heath"
  • "On a Day Unknown: The Case of August Sangret"
  • "An Open Letter to an Editor..."
  • "Opera and Murder"
  • "The Opera Book"-Correspondence and Notes
  • "Opera Can Be Fun"
  • "Out on a Limb"
  • Materials re: Nostradamus
  • "Prolegomena to a Holmesian Discography" & "Proposition for Publishing"
  • "The Publishing of Science Fiction"
  • "The Records of Baker Street"
  • [Response to Mr. Koestler]
  • "The Reviewing of Mystery Novels"
  • "Richard Matheson" & "Roast Goose"
  • [Rock Throwing]
  • "Science Ficton"
  • "The Science Fiction Short Stories"
  • "1776 and All That" & "Science Fiction and Sherlock Holmes"
  • "The Tongue of Men and of Angels"
  • "The Trojan Horse-Opera"
  • "Try It a New Way"
  • "Wizards of a Small Planet"

Stories

  • "The Accuracy of Norbert Holt"
  • "The Adventure of the Bogle-Wolf"; "The Adventure of the Murdered Muse"; "The Adventure of the Undying Detective"
  • "The Anomaly of the Empty Man"
  • "Aunt Louisa"
  • "Balaam"
  • "Barrier"
  • "Before the Fact"
  • "Black Murder"
  • "Breakfast Scene"

Box 28

  • "The Captain"
  • "The Case of the Villain's Identity"
  • "Caste"
  • "The Catalyst"
  • "Christmas Story"
  • "The Chronokinesis of Jonathan Hull"
  • "The Coat"
  • "Code Zed"
  • "Coffin Corner"
  • "The Compleat Werewolf"
  • "Conquest"
  • "The Corpse of Cagliostro"
  • "Count Palmieri"
  • "Crime and the Quillans"
  • "Crime Must Have a Stop"
  • "Death of a Patriarch"
  • "Death of the Undead"
  • "Death on the Bay"
  • "Double Cross of Lorraine"
  • "Elsewhen"
  • "Everwing"
  • "Expedition"
  • "The First"
  • "Footnote to Dunne"
  • "Gadget for Murder"
  • "Galligrew"
  • "Gandolphus"
  • "The Ghost of Me"
  • "The Green Men of San Pedro"
  • "Integrity"
  • "It Will Have Blood"
  • "John and the Radio"
  • "Khartoum"
  • "The Last"
  • "A Little Honest Stud"
  • "Lousy Fencer"
  • "Man's Reach"
  • "The Maskeleyne Cypher"
  • "Mr. Lupescu"
  • "Mr. Pettit Protests"
  • "Murder in Miniature"
  • "Murder of a Martian"
  • "My Dear Ellerby"
  • "Mystery for Christmas"
  • "Nellthu"
  • "Oneway Trip"
  • "Operator A--"
  • "The Other Inauguration"
  • "Ouroboros Unbound"
  • "Palace"
  • "The Parchment of Stanislaus Pritchard"
  • "Pelagic Spark"
  • "Prelude"
  • "The Problem of the Pink Caterpillar"
  • "The Punt and the Pass"
  • "QL 696.C9"
  • "Quasimodo"
  • "Quest"
  • "The Quest for Saint Aquin"
  • "Q.U.R."
  • "Rappacini's Other Daughter"
  • "The Request of Dajos Kunyadi"
  • "Requiescant"
  • "The Retired Hangman"
  • "Reunion en Route"
  • "Review Copy"
  • "The Riddle of the Khorzuk"
  • "Robinc"
  • "Rumor, inc."
  • "Salem"
  • "Sanctuary"
  • "Screwball Division"
  • "The Seat of the Matter"
  • "Secret of the House"
  • "The Smoke-filled Locked Room"
  • "Snulbug"
  • "Sriberdegibit"
  • "Starbride"
  • "The Star Dummy"
  • "The Statement of Jerry Malloy"
  • "Summer's Cloud"
  • "Tarvish"
  • "The Tenderizers"
  • "Terror at Sunset"
  • "They Bite"
  • "Threnody"
  • "Toy Casawary"
  • "Transcontinental Alibi"
  • "Trick or Treat"
  • "The Ultimate Clue"
  • "Untitled"Nick Noble story]
  • "The Way I Heard It"
  • "We Print the Truth"
  • "Wilbur"
  • "Wildfire at Midnight"
  • [Even the Director of the World Bureau...]
  • [Every doctor has a perfect murder...]
  • [Faraday didn't really live anywhere.]
  • [The first thing I heard when I woke...]
  • [The great cthulu defied...]
  • [In 1888 London was terrified...]
  • [The man didn't have any face...]
  • [The man said, "November Fifth...!"]
  • [Margaret Mainwaring, 36,...]
  • [Now is the time for all...]
  • ["That'll be enough,"...]
  • 2 One Page Stories
  • Story Ideas and Outlines. 1936-1958

Plays and Screenplays

Box 29

  • Charlie McCarthy, Detective
  • Death of a Hero
  • Little Princess
  • The Moon is Gibbous
  • The Open Window
  • Panache
  • The Plume
  • Rave Notice
  • Roy Rogers
  • Second Semester
  • Sheep's Clothing
  • Sigh No More, Ladies!
  • The Werewolf of the Moors (2 folders)
  • Misc. Fragments

Reviews

  • Chicago Sun Times, 1948-1950 (3 folders)
  • CLUE
  • EQMM "Speaking of Crime" 1948-1950 (3 folders)
  • EQMM "Best Mysteries of 1958"
  • High Fidelity Magazine, 1966
  • LA Daily News, 1948-1949
  • Manhunt "The Murder Market"
  • NY Herald Tribune, 1950—1963 (16 folders)
  • New York Times, 1949—1951 (5 folders)

Box 30

  • New York Times, 1952—1961 (35 folders)

Box 31

  • New York Times, 1962—1968 (25 folders)
  • Opera News, 1949—1968 (8 folders)
  • San Francisco Chronicle, "Department of Criminal Investigation" 1942-1946
  • San Francisco Chronicle, "Murder and Espionage" 1942- Jun 1946
  • San Francisco Chronicle, "Murder They Say" Jul 1946- 1947
  • San Francisco Chronicle, Misc. Reviews, 1942-1947 (2 folders)

Miscellaneous

  • "Fantasy, Horror, and Science Fiction" 1941-1947
  • "Mystery and Science Fiction" Year End Reports, 1956-1965

Radio Scripts

  • Defective Detective Radio
  • Ellery Queen "Adventure of the King's Henchman" 1945
  • Ellery Queen, Apr-Jun 1945 (2 folders)

Box 32

  • Ellery Queen, Jul 1945—Mar 1947 (37 folders)

Box 33

  • Ellery Queen, Apr 1947—May 1948 (14 folders)
  • The Ghost is Your Host
  • Gregory Hood, Jun 1946—Nov 1946 (13 folders)
  • Roy Rogers
  • It's Up to You; "The Americanism of Mr. Mudgett"
  • Sherlock Holmes, Feb—Oct 1945 (12 folders)

Box 34

  • Sherlock Holmes, Nov 1945—Jun 1947 (31 folders)
    • The Snake
    • Miscellaneous Synopses
    • Miscellaneous Scripts (2 folders)
    • Miscellaneous Interviews

Television

Box 35

  • Ellery Queen (3 folders)
  • Alfred Drake
  • Checkmate
  • Crime Doctor, Synopses and Correspondence
  • Godfrey Oake, Esq.
  • Kraft Suspense Theater (6 folders)
  • Suspicion
  • Miscellaneous Scripts

Unfinished Projects

  • "Don OK and Sancho"

Opera Programs

  • Critics at Large, CBC, 1960-1962
  • Golden Voices, May—Sep 1957 (17 folders)

Box 36

  • Golden Voices, Oct 1957—Apr 1968 (29 folders)

Box 37

  • Opera Notes and Clippings

Anthologies

  • Best Detective Stories #18 (7 folders)

Box 38

  • Best Detective Stories #19 (6 folders)
  • Best Detective Stories #20 (6 folders)
  • Best Detective Stories #21 (5 folders)

Box 39

  • Best Detective Stories #22 (6 folders)
  • Best Detective Stories #23 (7 folders)
  • Best from Fantasy and Science Fiction #5 (2 folders)

Box 40

  • Boucher Memorial Anthologies--"Special Wonder" and "Crime and Misfortune"
  • Boucher's Choicest (7 folders)
  • The Compleat Werewolf and Other Stories
  • The Cornell Woolrich Sampler
  • Fatal Caress, Galleys
  • Five Short Novels of Science
  • Four and Twenty Bloodhounds (6 folders)
  • Great American Detective Stories
  • Marble Forest
  • Multiplying Villainies
  • Murder Pending

Box 41

  • Pleasury of Humorous Crime
  • Pocket Book of True Crime Stories (2 folders)
  • Quality of Murder (5 folders)
  • Quintessence of Queen (2 folders)
  • San Francisco Murders
  • Treasury of Great Science Fiction Vol. 1 (5 folders)
  • Treasury of Great Science Fiction Vol. 2, Tear Sheets (f.1 of 2)

Box 42

  • Treasury of Great Science Fiction Vol. 2, Galleys
  • Miscellaneous Anthologies

Introductions

  • A—Z (7 folders)

Translations

  • A
  • Ba-Bn
  • Boileau, Pierre
  • Borges, Jorge Luis
  • Branco, Francisco
  • Bretón de los Herreros, Manuel
  • C—F
  • G
  • Heine, Heinrich (?)
  • Helú, Antonio
  • J—M
  • Modern Spanish Verse
  • Narcejac, Thomas
  • "Not Unlike"
  • O—P
  • Schnitzler, Arnold
  • Silva, José
  • Simenon, Georges, Stories (5 folders)
  • St—Y
  • Zorilla, Jose 93 folders)
  • Anonymous. German
  • Anonymous. Spanish.
  • Miscellaneous Works and Notes

Miscellaneous

  • Bibliography of Spanish Ballads
  • Photocrime
  • Poems
  • Puppet Script
  • Quizzes and Puzzles
  • "Snakes on Stamps"
  • William Wordsworth – 1941
  • [As A.P. Sweeney]
  • Miscellaneous

Playboy Project

  • Correspondence. Aug 1962—1963 (2 folders)
  • Notes and Invoices
  • Annotated Transcripts. Anderson, Poul
  • Annotated Transcripts. Asimov, Isaac
  • Annotated Transcripts. Blish, James
  • Annotated Transcripts. Bradbury, Ray

Box 43.

Note: The taped interviews are on reel to reel tape.

  • Annotated Transcripts. Budrys, A.J.
  • Annotated Transcripts. Clarke, Arthur C.
  • Annotated Transcripts. Heinlein, Robert
  • Annotated Transcripts. Pohl, Frederick
  • Annotated Transcripts. Serling, Rod.
  • Annotated Transcripts. Sturgeon, Theodore
  • Annotated Transcripts. Van Vogt, A.E.
  • Taped Interviews. Asimov, Isaac; Blish, James
  • Taped Interviews. Bradbury, Ray
  • Taped Interviews. Serling, Rod; Van Vogt, A.E.
  • Questions, Notes, Drafts
  • Typed Draft of Part 1
  • Proof of Part 2

Writings by Others

  • Aydelotte, William O. "The Detective Story as a Historical Source"
  • Bernal, Rafael
  • Emerson, Carol, "Murder is the Way You Die"
  • Fuller, Torrey, Correspondence.
  • Fuller, Torrey, Murder for Shame (3 folders)
  • Fuller, Torrey, "Sea and Fire"
  • Goulart, Ronald, "Tharamango"
  • Green, Dennis, "Never Say Die"
  • Hansen, Joseph, "The Night is Chaos"
  • Harris, McDonald, and Barnhart, "Horror-Horde of the Serpent Curse"
  • Hughes, Dorothy B. "The Little Girl"
  • Honce, Charles, "Female Sleuths in Fiction"
  • Lipscomb, W.P, "Under Two Flags"
  • McVaney, B. (?)
  • Martin, A.E. Correspondence
  • Martin, A.E. "The Outsiders"
  • Martin, A.E. "Common People"
  • Martin, A.E., Mss. Corrected by Boucher
  • Pierce, J.R. "Doppelganger"

Box 44

  • Sandoe, James, Criminal Clef—Proofs (2 folders_
  • Sherbachova, Elizabeth, "Strangers"
  • Swabacker, Leslie, "The Beauty Spot"
  • Tooker (?)
  • Torre, Lillian de la
  • Van Voris, W.H.
  • Wright, Gilbert

Printed

  • The Third Degree, 1946—1955 (8 folders)

Box 45

  • The Third Degree, 1956—1975 (14 folders)
  • MWA (Mystery Writers of America). Mystery Writers' Annual. 1951-1975
  • MWA. "Lineup" (Northern California)
  • MWA. "The Mouthpiece" (Southern California)
  • MWA. "Clues" (Midwest). 1947—1968 (2 folders)

Box 46

  • Authors Guild Bulletin
  • The Crime Writer, 1954-1967
  • Red Herrings, 1957—1968 (7 folders)
  • Radio Writers Guild. 1946-1952
  • "The TV Writer"
  • SFWA Forum, 1973—1975 (2 folders)
  • KPFA Program Folio, Vol. 1-10 (5 folders)

Box 47

  • KPFA Program Folio, Vol. 11—17 (7 folders)
  • KPFA Program Folio, 1967—1973 (7 folders)

Box 48

  • KPFA Program Folio, 1960—1975 (4 folders)
  • WBAI Program Folio, Vol. 1-11 (7 folders)
  • The American Writer
  • Authors' League Bulletin, 1941-1949
  • Miscellaneous Programs

Clippings

Box 49

  • Opera News, 29 Apr 1961—12 Feb 1972
  • New York Herald Tribune, 29 Jul 1951—10 May 1953
  • San Francisco Chronicle, 1942—1945 (4 folders)
  • Chicago Sun Times, 22 Feb 1948—8 Aug 1950
  • Photograph, 8 Feb 194. Used in San Francisco Chronicle
  • United Progressive News, 26 Jul 1935—4 Apr 1938
  • New York Times, 27 Mar 1949—10 Jun 1951 (2 folders)
  • 1939, About Boucher, The Case of the Crumpled Knave
  • 1940, About Boucher, The Case of the Baker Street Irregulars, Nine Times Nine
  • 1941, About Boucher, The Case of the Solid Key
  • 1942, About Boucher, The Case of the Seven Sneezes, rocket to the Morgue
  • 1943, About Boucher, Rocket to the Morgue
  • 1944, About Boucher, Sherlock Holmes
  • 1945, About Boucher
  • 1946, About Boucher, The Case Book of Gregory Hood
  • 1947, About Boucher, Wallace Campaign
  • 1948, Politics, Gifted Children
  • 1949, About Boucher
  • 1950, About Boucher
  • 1951, About Boucher

Box 51

  • 1952, Science Fiction and Mystery Writers
  • 1952-1957, Best of Science Fiction and Fantasy
  • 1953, About Boucher
  • 1954, About Boucher, The Seven of Calvary
  • 1955-1956, About Boucher
  • 1957-1958, About Boucher
  • 1959, About Boucher, Mysteries
  • 1960-1961, About Boucher, San Quentin
  • 1962-1963, About Boucher, The Quality of Murder
  • 1962-1963, About Boucher, San Quentin
  • 1964-1965, About Boucher, Opera
  • 1966-1968, About Boucher, Opera
  • 1968-1974, Boucher Memorials
  • About Boucher, U. C. Experimental Theatre
  • The Seven of Calvary Publicity
  • About Boucher, Macabre

Box 68 (Oversize)

  • San Francisco Chronicle. 1941-1945

Box 69 (Oversize)

  • NY Herald Tribune. 24 May 1953—8 Jan 1961. As H.H. Holmes
  • New York Times. 1 Jul 1951—14 Jun 1953

Box 70 (Oversize)

  • New York Times. 21 Jun 1953—11 Mar 1956
  • New York Times. 4 Mar 1956—3 Aug 1958

Box 71 (Oversize)

  • San Francisco Chronicle. 23 Dec 1945 – 25 Oct 1959
  • NY Herald Tribune. 29 Jun 1961—28 Jul 1963

Box 72 (Oversize)

  • New York Times. 18 Nov 1962—19 Feb 1967
  • New York Times. 26 Feb 1967—31 Mar 1968

Box 73 (Oversize)

  • New York Times. 10 Aug 1958—23 Apr 1961
  • New York Times. 30 Apr 1961—21 Apr 1963

College Writings

Box 52

  • Jan 1929, Fiction, Plays, Class Essays
  • Plays, Jun 1929—1932 (5 folders)
  • 1933. Plays, Class Essay
  • Plays, undated (5 folders)
  • Fragments and Notes.
  • Poetry (5 folders)

Box 53

  • UNESCO (2 folders)
  • California Labor School (2 folders)
  • Writer's War Board
  • Magazine War Guide (3 folders)
  • Miscellaneous, alphabetical by subject matter (4 folders)

Box 54

  • Miscellaneous Publications
  • KPFA 1966
  • Boucher Introduces Richard Matheson
  • Honor Society Certificates, Diploma
  • Class Notebooks (2 folders)
  • Notebook
  • Notes and Publications
  • Notecards and Library Slips
  • Juvenilia, Notes and Commencement Programs
  • Juvenilia. Class Notes and Exams
  • Juvenilia, Drawings

Box 55

  • Juvenilia, undated (9 folders)
  • Juvenilia, Notecards
  • College Theater, undated (2 folders)
  • Master's Thesis

Box 56

  • Miscellaneous Clippings
  • Notes on Unidentified Story

Box 63

  • Ellery Queen Scripts, Aug 1945 Duplicates
  • Ellery Queen Scripts, Oct 1945 Duplicates
  • Ellery Queen Scripts, Nov 1945 Duplicates
  • Ellery Queen Scripts, Dec 1945 Duplicates
  • Ellery Queen Scripts, Jan 1946 Duplicates
  • Ellery Queen Scripts, Feb 1946 Duplicates
  • Ellery Queen Scripts, Mar 1946 Duplicates
  • Ellery Queen Scripts, Apr 1946 Duplicates

Box 64

  • Ellery Queen Scripts, May 1946 Duplicates
  • Ellery Queen Scripts, Jun 1946 Duplicates
  • Ellery Queen Scripts, Jul 1946 Duplicates
  • Ellery Queen Scripts, Aug 1946 Duplicates
  • Gregory Hood Duplicates
  • Translation Duplicates
  • The Third Degree Duplicates
  • Sherlock Holmes Duplicates

III. Memorabilia and Other Materials

Box 56

  • Hitchcock Military Academy Records
  • Death Records
  • Bibliographies and Biographies
  • Childhood Health Documents
  • Personal Documents
  • Birth, Baptism, Confirmation Records
  • South American Trip, 1925
  • Funeral Home Guest Registers
  • Letters of Condolence (8 folders)
  • Family Memorabilia
  • Miscellaneous Clippings
  • Notes on Unidentified Story
  • Royalty Income

Box 57

  • Accounts, 1943—1965 (7 notebooks)
  • Books Lent, 1943-1944
  • Review Records, 1942—1968 (5 notebooks)
  • Photos, undated
  • School Notebooks, undated (2 notebooks)

Box 58

  • Bibliographies
  • Book Inventory, 1918
  • Record Bibliographies
  • Horoscope
  • Draft Cards
  • Appointment Books, 1934—1968 (9 folders)
  • Addresses and Memos, 1922, 1930, 1932
  • Memos, 1929 (?)
  • Notes, undated
  • Notebook, Central American Trip, undated
  • Diary and Notes
  • Diaries, 1926-1929 (4 folders)
  • Dream Journals (6 folders)

Box 60

  • Confirmation Picture
  • Unidentified Photos (7 folders)
  • Formal Photgraphs (2 folders)
  • Photo Albums, 1911-1920
  • Photos, Signed
  • Photos, undated
  • Photos of Boucher, Child to Young Man
  • Photos of Boucher, Adult, with Family

Box 61.

Note: The KPFA and KQED memorials are on reel-to-reel tape.

  • Account Books, 1939-1963 (7 folders)
  • Fantastic Stories—Memorial
  • Magazine of Fantasy and Science Fiction—Memorial
  • 26th World Science Fiction Convention Program—Memorial
  • The Baker Street Journal—Memorial
  • EQMM—Memorial
  • KPFA Broadcast—"A Program for Anthony Boucher"
  • KQED, Charles Shere's Eulogy—Transcript and Audio
  • Memorials by J. Francis Mccomas
  • Obituaries (4 folders)

Box 65

  • Realia

Box 66 (Oversize)

  • Pagoda Picture Frame

Box 67 (Oversize)

  • Scrapbooks

Box 68 (Oversize)

  • Unidentified Photo

Box 69 (Oversize)

  • Formal Photographs of Boucher

Box 70 (Oversize)

  • Unidentified Photos (2)
  • Master's Diploma

Genealogy

Box 59

  • Letterheads
  • Miscellaneous Materials
  • Re: Maternal Grandmother
  • Re: Maternal Uncle
  • Re: Fraternal Grandmother
  • Re: Ione E. White neé Taylor
  • Stewart Family Photos
  • Re: Pat R. Parker
  • Pat R. Parker—Photos
  • Kate Taylor—Photo
  • James T. White—Photos
  • Mary Parker White—Photos
  • White Family Photos
  • Re: William O. Parker
  • William O. Parker—Photos
  • William O. Parker's Family—Photos
  • White/Parker Materials

Science Fiction Conventions

Box 50

  • World Science Fiction Conventions 4—26 (19 folders)
  • WESTERCON VI—XXIII (11 folders)
  • For materials on WESTERCON XXI see 26th World Science Fiction Convention 1968
  • RELAXICON 1956-1959
  • Regional Conventions
  • International Conventions
  • Science Fiction Catalogs and Newsletters

Box 61

  • Bouchercon I—X (9 folders)

Box 62.

Two Bouchercon folders (XXII and XXIV) contain audio tapes.

  • Bouchercon XI—XXX (17 folders)

Box 68 (Oversize)

  • Photograph from Bouchercon
  • Bouchercon Poster

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