TYLER, ANNE. b.1941.
4 Typed Manuscripts, 76 pp total, 4to, n.p., n.d., all housed in gray Russell and Volkening literary agency wrappers, staple bound, titles as follows: "Foot-footing On" (7 pp); "The Half Decent Symphony" (14 pp); "I Was Born Mean" (12 pp); "Glass Wind" (43 pp). WITH: A Typed Letter Signed ("Anne Tyler"), 1 p, 4to, n.p., May 15, 1976, on personal letterhead; and 2 Typed Documents Signed ("Anne Tyler Modarressi"), 2 pp, 4to, New York, August 22, 1968 and August 27, 1971, granting Doubleday permission to include her work in each year's Prize Stories anthology. Agent paperwork related to "Foot-footing On" also included.
According to Robert Croft's Anne Tyler: A Bio-bibliography the final three stories here are, according to Tyler's written instructions, "not to be republished or anthologized or put in any collections due to inferiority."