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The new exhibit here in Burns Library—Golden Spiders and Black Orchids: A ‘Satisfactory’ Look at the Life and Writings of Rex Stout—inspired us to delve a little deeper into the life of American mystery writer Rex Stout. Rex Stout’s stories … Continue reading
The archives staff recently completed work on three collections related to American mystery author and political activist Rex Stout. We had great fun learning all about Stout and his work as an author through the material he created and retained … Continue reading
The processing of this collection is endlessly appealing and I look forward to a time in the near future when the processing will be complete so that researchers from both the Boston College community and beyond can enjoy Professor John J. McAleer’s papers. Continue reading