Wallace Stegner Exhibit
Wallace Stegner, born in Lake Mills, Iowa, spent time as a child and young man moving frequently. He described his early nomadic life as having “lived in twenty places in eight states and Canada.” Place and home would later be key themes in many of his writings. Named “The Dean of Western Writers,” Stegner's remarkable career as an American historian, author, and environmentalist will continue to leave an indelible mark on the past, present, and future of the West.
This exhibit contains a sampling of materials from the Special Collections Department of the J. Willard Marriott Library: the Wallace Earle Stegner papers (Ms0676), the Wallace Earle Stegner photograph collection (P0561), and the Wallace Earle Stegner audiovisual collection (A0389). If you would like to learn more about our collections related to Wallace Stegner or about our traveling exhibit program please contact Special Collections.