PCL MS 025 Martha Anne Guice Wingate Collection
|PCL MS 025 Martha Anne Guice Wingate Collection
Martha Anne Guice Wingate is an author of the mystery genre. The core of the collection consists of literary manuscript and correspondence dating from 1971 to present. She writes under Martha G. Webb and the pseudonym, Lee Martin.
In 1985, Martha Anne Guice Wingate first began transferring her manuscripts to the Browne Popular Culture Library, Bowling Green State University. The collection is open for research, but the photocopying of manuscripts must comply with applicable copyright laws. This register was compiled by Nancy White Lee, Popular Culture Library Associate II, in June 1986 and updated in August 2009 by Patricia Falk.
Martha Anne Guice Wingate was born on September 4, 1943, in Savannah, Georgia. She married Francis H. Webb on December 31, 1962. They have three children. She was divorced in February 1984. On May 25, 1985, she married T. Russell Wingate, a poet. Wingate received a B.S. from Texas A&I University in 1967, and a M.A. from Texas Woman's University in 1981. She attended the University of Houston during 1984-1985, where she began work on a doctorate.
Martha Anne Guice Wingate has worked as a feature writer for the Albany Journal, Albany, Georgia. Additionally, she has worked in various police departments as an identification officer and supervisor and as an intelligence specialist in the United States Naval Reserve. Her expertise has been requested by numerous federal agencies including the FBI, the Postal Inspection Service, and the Marine Corps CID. Since 1984, she has been a full-time writer. Wingate is a member of the Mystery Writers of America and resides in Salt Lake City, Utah.
|Scope and Content
The Martha Anne Guice Wingate Collection houses the literary manuscript for her books, which are arranged alphabetically by title. Included with the manuscripts are related materials such as publishing correspondence, galley sheets, and book contracts.
Researchers interested in the mystery genre specifically works which explore the feelings of law enforcement officers will find this collection of research value.
The following books have been transferred from the collection to the Browne Popular Culture library main stack area. Call numbers for these books maybe found in the BGSU Libraries catalog or click on the titles below.