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Grover, E.O. typewritten letter(carbon) to Zora Neale Hurston, [Winter Park]. (1p. 8 1/2 x 11). Is she going to present ...
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Finding Guide: A Guide to the Zora Neale Hurston Papers
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Title: Grover, E.O. typewritten letter(carbon) to Zora Neale Hurston, Winter Park. (1p. 8 1/2 x 11). Is she going to present any plays at Rollins this winter?. Gift of Frances Grover.
Series Title: Correspondence
Physical Description: Archival
Language: English
Publication Date: 1933, Nov. 15
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Box: 2
Folder: 65
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Subjects / Keywords: Hurston, Zora Neale
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Source Institution: University of Florida
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System ID: AA00009755:00038

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november 15, 1983


Ky Dear Zora:
President Holt has asked me what has become of you and
whether you had more things to put on at Riollins this winter.
You see he is genuinely interested in what you are doing.
have you another program tha you could present at
Rollins this winter? WJould it be possible for you to produce
"The M~ule Bone," or is there some either notable negro play

by Paul Green or someone else Iwhich you~R might produce?
I should be glad to pass along any suggestione you have
to President Holt. It was fine that your sketoh oculd apgpear
in the ""Story Mag~azin9."
I have not mentioned you and your work to Irr. Fleiachman,
the new director of the Rollins Laboratory Theater but I am
sure that he would be both symnpathetie and i 2
wish yo could know .Kr. Edw~in Granberry our new instructor
in creative writing. He is the author of three novels dealing
with early Spanish life in Florida and last year won the
0. Henry Melmoral, rrirce for the best short story-ap~pearing
in any American magazine. Elease let me know a day in advance

if possible w~hen you are next to be in Winter Park. Mr.
Cranberry i's free each morning.
W~ith best wishes, I am
Very cordially your