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Alice Caldwell Hegan Rice letters, 1925

Part of Alice Caldwell Hegan Rice letters

2011ms133Rice, Alice Caldwell Hegan lettersAlice Caldwell Hegan Rice letters, 1925-1929 2011MS133Megan MummeyUniversity of Kentucky Special Collections Research Center2011 December 1Special Collections Research CenterMargaret I. King Building, NorthLexington 40506-0039SCLREF@LSV.UKY.EDUURL: This finding aid was produced using ArchivesSpace on 2016-10-06 15:08:37 -0400.Describing Archives: A Content Standard2016 August 19EAD updated by Megan Mummey English University of Kentucky Special Collections Research Center Alice Caldwell Hegan Rice letters George S. MacManus Co Rice, Alice Caldwell Hegan 2011MS133 0.1 Cubic Feet 1 folder 1925-1929 Housed with multiple collections. The Alice Caldwell Hegan Rice letters (dated 1925-1929; 0.1 cubic feet; 1 folder) contain letters from Alice Hegan Rice to a friend she refers to as Mr. Adcock. Scope and Contents The Alice Caldwell Hegan Rice letters (dated 1925-1929; 0.1 cubic feet; 1 folder) contain letters from Alice Hegan Rice to a friend she refers to as Mr. Adcock. The letters discuss her work and her travels. Included is a letter of introduction for an artist named Vivian Hewerdine. Conditions Governing Access Collection is open to researchers by appointment. Conditions Governing Use The physical rights to the materials in this collection are held by the University of Kentucky Special Collections Research Center. Preferred Citation 2011ms133: [identification of item], Alice Caldwell Hegan Rice letters, 1925-1929, University of Kentucky Special Collections Research Center. Biographical note Alice Caldwell Hegan Rice (1870-1942), a native of Louisville, was a Kentucky author and the wife of the poet Cale Young Rice. She received a degree from the University of Louisville and authored numerous books, including three penned in collaboration with her husband. Rice is best known for her novel Mrs. Wiggs and the Cabbage Patch, which depicts life in Louisville's lower class Cabbage District. Authors, American -- Kentucky. Women authors -- 20th century. Louisville (Ky.) Authors, American -- 20th century. Authors -- Correspondence. George S. MacManus Co Rice, Alice Caldwell Hegan Rice, Alice Caldwell Hegan Letters12