A Guide to the William Faulkner Collection Faulkner, William. 10808

A Guide to the William Faulkner Collection

A Collection in the
Special Collections Department
Accession number 10808


University of Virginia Library

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University of Virginia
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© 1997 By the Rector and Visitors of the University of Virginia. All rights reserved.

Funded in part by a grant from the National Endowment for the Humanities.

Processed by: Special Collections Department Staff

University of Virginia. Library. Special Collections Dept. Alderman Library University of Virginia Charlottesville, Virginia 22903 USA
Collection Number
William Faulkner Collection 1924-1959

Administrative Information

Access Restrictions

There are no restrictions on access to the Library's microfilms of the William Faulkner manuscripts in its custody; the microfilm may be consulted by any interested party, and it will be lent through the interlibrary loan system. Materials are constantly added. Long-term loans may be arranged. Use of the microfilm will be restricted to the premises of the borrowing library. No loans will be made to individuals. Researchers should enquire of the Manuscripts Division concerning availability of microfilm of manuscripts that are pertinent to their work. Most of the literary manuscripts in our collections written by Faulkner, both holograph and typescript, have also been published in facsimile in William Faulkner Manuscripts, 25 vols (New York: Garland, 1986-87).

By the terms of the agreement by which the William Faulkner Foundation transferred the original manuscripts to the University, access to the original manuscripts is restricted (to ensure the survival of the physically-delicate originals) to doctoral candidates at the dissertation stage of their programs, and to certain mature scholars and critics. But even these researchers must demonstrate need to see the originals that goes beyond the requirements of most routine research. A doctoral candidate at the dissertation stage, or other qualified researcher who believes that his or her work requires access to the originals must correspond with the Curator of Manuscripts prior to arrival at the Library to obtain permission for access.

No microfilm, electrostatic, or other types of copies may be made of materials written by William Faulkner that are in our William Faulkner Collections. Other materials in the collections may be copied subject to the normal rules of the Library established under the conditions of the Copyright Act. All copying is performed by the Printing Services Department of the University.

Use Restrictions

See the University of Virginia Library’s use policy.

Preferred Citation

William Faulkner Collection, Accession 10808, Special Collections Department, University of Virginia Library

Acquisition Information

A gift to the Library from Random House, Inc., New York, New York, through Bertha Krantzon January 4, 1989.

Funding Note

Funded in part by a grant from the National Endowment for the Humanities

Item Listing

  • Correspondence of Albert Erskine
  • Correspondence of Irving Howe
  • DeGaulle Story, Screenplay by William Faulkner
    1942 Oct
    TMs 152 p.
  • A Fableby William Faulkner
    n. d.
    12 items

    work schedule with titled days of the week written on the walls of his office at Rowan Oak(b & w glossies and negatives)

  • Idyll in the Desertby William Faulkner
    1 item

    AMs, TMs, book (b & w glossies) from the University of Virginia Library, 1973

  • The Marble Faunby William Faulkner( Boston, The Four Seas Company)
    Printed(electrostatic copy)
  • Requiem for a Nunby William Faulkner, adapted to the stage by Ruth Ford
  • Requiem for a Nunby William Faulkner, adapted to the stage by Ruth Ford
    Galley Proof

Significant Persons Associated With the Collection

  • Albert Erskine
  • Bertha Krantz
  • Irving Howe
  • Ruth Ford
  • William Faulkner