|Creator:||Steward, Davenport, 1913-|
|Title:||Davenport Steward- No Time for Fear, manuscript|
|Quantity:||0.2 Linear feet (1 volume housed with minor collections MS 295 and 296)|
|Abstract:||The collection consists of one volume, typescript, of a book published by Tupper and Love, Atlanta in 1953.|
Davenport Steward (born approx. 1913 in Kentucky) was an American author who wrote popular fiction, sometimes known as pulp, in the 1950s. Her most famous novel was No Time for Fear published around 1950. It detailed South Carolina's low country during the Revolutionary period, highlighting the story of Francis Marion, the celebrated "Swamp Fox," who dealt death and misery to the British.
Davenport Steward No Time for Fear, manuscript, MS 295. Hargrett Rare Book and Manuscript Library, The University of Georgia Libraries.