Recipients of the TWS Citation of Merit

The Thomas Wolfe Society awards Citations of Merit for exceptional creative or scholarly work on Wolfe.

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Recipients of the TWS Citation of Merit
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1980  Frank E. Eastes Jr., for his film Luke: A Tribute to Fred Wolfe.
1981  John O. Fulenwider Jr., for his creation of the Thomas Wolfe Collection, St. Mary’s College, Raleigh, North Carolina (posthumous).
Myra Champion, for her creation of the Thomas Wolfe Collection, Pack Memorial Library, Asheville, North Carolina.
C. Hugh Holman, for his Wolfe scholarship.
1983  Richard Walser, for his Wolfe scholarship.
Paschal Reeves, for his Wolfe scholarship.
1984  Duane Schneider, for his efforts in forming the Thomas Wolfe Society.
Andrea P. Brown, for her work in organizing seven annual Wolfe Fests at St. Mary’s College, Raleigh, North Carolina.
1985  John S. Phillipson, for his editorship of the Thomas Wolfe Review, his Wolfe scholarship, and his dedicated service to the Thomas Wolfe Society.
1986  Richard S. Kennedy, for his Wolfe scholarship.
Paul Gitlin, for his devotion to protecting the rights of the Wolfe Estate and for his numerous acts of kindness to the Thomas Wolfe Society.
1988  Aldo P. Magi, for his unmatched service to Thomas Wolfe and for his Wolfe scholarship.
1990  John L. Idol Jr., for his dedicated service to the Thomas Wolfe Society and for his Wolfe scholarship.
William B. Wisdom, for his creation of the William B. Wisdom Thomas Wolfe Collection, Houghton Library, Harvard University (posthumous).
1991  H. G. Jones, for his distinguished work as Curator of the North Carolina Collection at UNC-Chapel Hill and for his dedicated service to the Thomas Wolfe Society.
1992  Ted Mitchell, for his work in organizing the annual Thomas Wolfe Festival in Asheville, North Carolina.
Morton I. Teicher, for his dedicated service to the Thomas Wolfe Society and for his Wolfe scholarship.
1996  James W. Clark Jr., for his dedicated service to the Thomas Wolfe Society and for his Wolfe scholarship.
Frank C. Wilson, for his creation of an honors undergraduate course at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.
1998  David Strange, for his many years of outstanding service to the Society and its members.
1999  Suzanne Stutman, for her dedicated service to the Society and to Wolfe studies.
Alice R. Cotten, for her dedicated service to the Society and to Wolfe studies.
2001  Deborah A. Borland, for her dedicated service to the Society and to Wolfe studies.
2005  Carol Ingalls Johnston (posthumous), for her outstanding contributions to Thomas Wolfe scholarship.
2006  Louis D. Rubin Jr. in recognition of his Wolfe scholarship.
2008  Matthew J. Bruccoli, for his notable contributions to Wolfe studies and for his dedicated service to the Thomas Wolfe Society.
Arlyn Bruccoli, for her important contributions to Wolfe studies and for her dedicated service to the Thomas Wolfe Society.
R. Dietz Wolfe, M.D., for his constant advocacy of his uncle’s literary achievements and for his support of the Thomas Wolfe Society.
2012  Jan G. Hensley, for his many contributions to the Thomas Wolfe Society and to Wolfe studies.