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This collection consists of personal correspondence, newspaper clippings, journal and magazine clippings, manuscripts, photographs, programs, publications, awards, and other miscellaneous materials.
Anne Tedlock Brooks was born in Columbus, Kansas in 1905 to Mary Alice Hall and James Matthew Tedlock. She attended the Kansas State Teachers College (now Pittsburg State University) and received a life teaching certificate in 1927. She graduated magna cum laude from the University of Oregon, and attended graduate school at the University of San Francisco. She worked as a school teacher for a number of years. She was a writer who sometimes published under the pen names of Ann Carter and Cynthia Milburn. She married Mark L. Brooks in 1924 and had one son. She wrote many serialized stories for newspapers, was editor of Tips Universal, wrote for The Christian Herald and published many novels for young readers which earned her several awards. She passed away on October 17th, 1980.
Languages and Literature, Religion and Philosophy
Size of Collection
5.5 linear feet
Dates of Collection
SpC MS 0111
Special Collections, Leonard H. Axe Library, "Brooks, Anne Tedlock, collection, 1927-1980" (2022). Finding Aids. 82.