Paul Gallico papers, 1922-1969.
American novelist & non-fiction writer, died in 1976.
Scope and Contents
These papers document the range of his literary career, beginning with his sports columns written for the DAILY NEWS in 1922
and continuing through THE POSEIDON ADVENTURE published in 1969. Included are drafts, typescripts, and proofs for all of his
major writings, among them THE SNOW GOOSE, THOMASINA, MRS. 'ARRIS GOES TO PARIS, THE HURRICANE STORY, SCRUFFY, and THE SILENT
MIAOW, as well as those for his hundreds of articles, essays, and stories, which have appeared in THE SATURDAY EVENING POST,
COSMOPOLITAN, ESQUIRE, and other national magazines. In addition, his files contain his research notes, background material,
photographs, and correspondence for each of his works.