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Stuart Collection cabinet Jesse Hilton Stuart, who graciously permitted Special Collections to have copies of all his duplicate magazines, journals, and other publications to supplement its book collection.

 Dr. Kenneth T. Slack, Director of Libraries, Marshall University, who faciliated the purchase of the Jesse Stuart Collections from International Bookfinders, Inc.

Dr. Robert Hayes, President of Marshall University, who sponsored the Jesse Stuart Day in 1976.

Prof. Cora Teel, Emerita University Archivist and Manuscripts Librarian, Marshall University, who processed the Jesse Stuart Collection.

Dr. James M. Gifford, CEO and Senior Editor of the Jesse Stuart Foundation for his permission to use materials used to compiled the chronology of  Jesse Stuart, as well as helping acquired two books that help to complete our collection of Jesse Stuart first editions.

Richard Mohr of International Bookfinders, Inc., who sold a collection of Jesse Stuart’s first editions to Marshall University, which was the impetus for the university’s Jesse Stuart Day, and the donation of additional published materials to Special Collections by Jesse Stuart.

Glen Diedrich, President, and the Board of Directors of the First & People’s Bank, Russell, Kentucky, for assistance in acquiring the Jesse Stuart Collection.

The following books were consulted during the work on this exhibit:

Ruel E. Foster, Jesse Stuart, New York, Twayne Publishers, 1968

Hensley C. Woodbridge, Jesse and Jane Stuart: A Bibliography, Murray State University Printing Services, Murray, Kentucky, 1979.

H. Edward Richardson, Jesse Stuart: The Biography of an American Writer, McGraw-Hill Book Co., New York City, New York, 1984.

A. Herndon and George Brosi, Jesse Stuart: The Man & His Books, Jesse Stuart Foundation, Ashland, Kentucky 1988

James M. Gifford and Erin R. Kazee, Jesse Stuart: An Extraordinary Life, Jesse Stuart Foundation, Ashland, Kentucky, 2010.
 
 
 
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