Collection Scope and Content Note
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The William Stringfellow collection consists of correspondence,
including letters to and from Stringfellow; legal business documents, including
court records, legal documents, and some correspondence dealing with his law
business; materials relating to Bishop Pike; manuscripts by Stringfellow;
manuscripts by others; publications with articles by or about Stringfellow;
Block Island material, including legal, political, and historical information;
Anthony Towne (poet and author, co-author with Stringfellow, and joint owner of
the house on Block Island); materials relating to circuses, a hobby of
Stringfellow's; newspapers and clippings; other magazines; printed matter; and
miscellaneous photographs, scrapbooks, medals, plaques, yearbooks, tapes,
certificates, passports, film
(Who Do You Kill?), posters, and records.
Also, "An Annotated Bibliography of the Works of William
Stringfellow," by Paul D. West, 1990.