Other Sites Concerning Thomas Wolfe and Asheville, North Carolina

Thomas Wolfe

The Thomas Wolfe Society
Information on all aspects of Thomas Wolfe, including photos; common questions about the author; news and announcements of upcoming events, contests, awards, and calls for papers; information on The Thomas Wolfe Review; and links to other pertinent sites.

The Thomas Wolfe Website
Sharon Connelly's detailed site offers many links to information about Thomas Wolfe.

Wolfe Memorial Advisory Committee
A site administered by the Wolfe Memorial Advisory Committee—a non-profit, 501(c)3 organization that works to support funding and programs at the Thomas Wolfe Memorial State Historic Site.

The Thomas Wolfe Collection
Information on documents and photographs relating to Thomas Wolfe in the North Carolina Collection, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill. Tom attended undergraduate school at UNC.

The Harvard University Library System
Harvard University, where Tom did his graduate work, has an extensive Wolfe collection. Cambridge, Massachusetts.

Thomas Wolfe Essay Contest
Open to undergraduates and graduates enrolled in colleges and universities worldwide. Site hosted by the Department of Humanities/Extensions, North Carolina State University.

The Literary Traveler
Francis McGovern's online magazine pioneers the specialty travel field of Literary Travel, which combines educational, cultural, historical and budget travel. The "Home in the South" issue includes a stop for Thomas Wolfe. Somerville, Massachusetts.

American Authors on the Web
An extensive list maintained by Associate Professor Mitsuharu Matsuoka, Faculty of Language and Culture, Nagoya University, Nagoya, Japan. Visit Matsuoka's Home Page for a host of other literature links.

Montford Resource Center
Montford—Asheville's most historic neighborhood. Several residents of Montford found immortality in Thomas Wolfe's autobiographical novel Look Homeward, Angel.

The Biltmore Estate
No house in America brings the glorious Gilded Age more vividly to life than Biltmore House. More than 90 rooms, faithfully preserved and filled with thousands of original furnishings, suggest that the Vanderbilts are still at home. From the opulent living quarters enjoyed by family and friends to the downstairs domain of the domestic staff, the House presents a detailed portrait of the great nineteenth-century country estate.

City of Asheville, North Carolina
Home of the Thomas Wolfe Memorial. Asheville is located in Buncombe County, North Carolina, nestled in the mountains where the Great Smokies and the Blue Ridge Mountains meet 2,340 feet above sea level.

Asheville Area Chamber of Commerce
"Altitude Reflects Attitude." With a 100-year history of serving the business community of Asheville and Buncombe County, the Asheville Area Chamber of Commerce strives to enrich the region's livability by advancing its economic vitality.

Blue Ridge National Heritage Area
The Blue Ridge National Heritage Area is rich in heritage treasures, including Cherokee history, the Blue Ridge Parkway, Blue Ridge artists, exciting outdoor activities and authentic Blue Ridge music experiences.

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