Ray Bradbury Exhibit Opens at University of South Carolina Libraries, Virtual Tour Available Online
Bradbury 101, an exhibit of The Anne Farr Hardin Collection of Ray Bradbury Books, Fanzines, Pulps, Magazines, Correspondence, Photographs, Memorabilia and Ephemera, is now open to the public at the University of South Carolina’s Ernest F. Hollings Special Collections Library.
Bradbury (August 22, 1920 – June 5, 2012) was an American author who wrote in a variety of genres and worked across several media. Best known for his fantasy, science fiction, horror and mystery stories, including Fahrenheit 451, The Martian Chronicles and The Illustrated Man, many of his works were adapted for television, movies and comic books.
Bradbury 101 includes first editions of Bradbury’s books, his first appearances in hard-to-find fanzines, pulps and magazines, and correspondence, ephemera and memorabilia from and related to his career.
You can also take a virtual tour of the collection through the online exhibit Ray Bradbury Now and Forever.
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