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Ken Follett Papers: Ken Follett Collection Virtual Exhibit

Materials related to the author Ken Follett. Guide author: Thomas Zantow

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Welcome to the Ken Follett
Virtual Exhibit

The Melvin J. Zahnow Library at Saginaw Valley State University is home to the largest collection of author Ken Follett's business and personal correspondence, notes, outlines, drafts, and research materials. This virtual exhibit is a small sample of the 44,000 items contained within the twenty-nine boxes of materials donated by Ken Follett and are primarily related to the author's works published between 1978 and 1998. The images of this display can be searched by keyword and enlarged. Please keep in mind that some items can include multiple images.

Click here to listen to radio interview with Ken Follett, Carlos Ramet and Art Lewis on WSGW, recorded on December 7, 2004.

To view dedication photographs click here.

Descriptive commentary by Carlos Ramet. The original PastPerfect Virtual Exhibit was created by Tom Latuszek, Scott Mellendorf, and Jack G. Wood. Exhibit was created on December 2, 2004; updated on April 8, 2005. This current version was prepared by Thom Zantow June 13, 2011.

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Thomas Zantow
Contact:
Zahnow Library 126
(989) 964-4238
Subjects:Mathematics, Physics