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|Title:||Borden Deal Periodicals, 1950-1962|
|Creator:||Deal, Borden, 1922-1985|
|Physical Extent:||1 oversize box (1.0 linear foot)|
|Repository:||University of Mississippi. Department of Archives and Special Collections. University, MS 38677, USA|
|Location:||General Special Collections|
|Language of Material:||English|
|Abstract:||The collection consists of periodicals containing stories written by Borden Deal.|
Collection processed by Archives and Special Collections staff. Finding aid encoded by Kathryn Michaelis, November 2011.
No further additions are expected to this collection.
Borden Deal was born in Pontotoc, Miss., in 1922. He worked as a firefighter, at a lumber mill, harvesting wheat, and at assorted other occupations before before deciding to dedicate himself to writing full time in 1956. He wrote numerous short stories that appeared in national publications. Deal also authored twenty-one novels, including Walk Through The Valley (1956) and The Tobacco Men (1965). He died of a heart attack in Sarasota, Fla., in 1985.
The collection contains issues of magazines in which stories written by Borden Deal appear.
Borden Deal Periodicals, Archives and Special Collections, J.D. Williams Library, The University of Mississippi
The Borden Deal Periodicals are open for research.
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|"This is the Road." In Prairie Schooner, Spring 1950. Pp. 80-86|
|"The Taste of Melon." In the Saturday Evening Post, 25 August-1 September 1962. Pp. 50-55|
|"Antaeus." In the Southwest Review, Spring 1961. Pp. 89-96|