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The Thomas J. Healey Fund for Booker Prize Collections

The Thomas J. Healey Fund for Booker Prize Collections was established in 1998 by Thomas J. Healey, C'64 and the Healey Family Foundation to allow the Booth Family Center for Special Collections at the Library to assemble complete collections of the first editions of writers who have won the Man Booker Prize, together with pre-publication versions where possible and original typescripts or other manuscript materials that may be available.

Related Links:

Fall 1998 Library Associates Newsletter: Booker Prize Fund Announced
The Man Booker Prize