Dreiser Web Source (2004)
Theodore Dreiser (1871-1945) was a novelist, story writer, autobiographer, essayist, political writer, travel writer, playwright, poet, journalist, editor and diarist. The Dreiser Web Source provides access to correspondence, manuscripts, notes, and photographs related to Dreiser's personal life and his careers as journalist, novelist, essayist, and political activist. In addition to these resources from the collection of the Rare Book & Manuscript Library the site includes scholarly essays and links to the International Theodore Dreiser Society and to the newly updated Theodore Dreiser: A Primary Bibliography & Reference Guide.
Supporters: Concordia Foundation
Former URL – for citation purposes only: http://sceti.library.upenn.edu/dreiser/
Final Archived version on the WaybackMachine
The Dreiser primary source material formerly available on this site can now be found in Colenda, the Penn Libraries repository for digital collections content.
Further Dreiser material, including the Dreiser bibliography, Dresier library inventories, and short film of Dreiser at Iroki will be made available soon. Dreiser's Russian diary edited by Riggio and West can be found in an ebook version through Penn Press.