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T. S. Stribling

Author Thomas S. Stribling (1881-1965), often described as a "literary maverick," wrote works critical of the South which were mainly set in northern Alabama during the antebellum period. He won a Pulitzer Prize in 1933 for his novel, The Store.
Courtesy of T. S. Stribling Collection, University Archives, Collier Library, University of North Alabama.