Ed Betz/APAll That IsThe Notebooks of James Salter: Outlines and Drafts of ‘The Hunters,’ ‘Solo Faces’ & More (PHOTOS)He might be the greatest writer you've never heard of, and his first novel in 30 years, All That Is, might change that. The Daily Beast04.12.13 4:45 AM ETEd Betz/APThe Notebooks of James Salter: Outlines and Drafts of 'The Hunters,' 'Solo Faces' & More (PHOTOS)James Salter might be the greatest novelist that few people know about—he is admired but not a household name. That might change with his latest work, All That Is, his first in 30 years—Salter is 87. The Harry Ransom Center, the world-renowned research library and museum at the University of Texas, Austin, holds a number of Salter's notebooks in its archives, and the center shares with us a look back over the long career of one of America's most cherished writers. Courtesy of the Harry Ransom CenterSolo FacesThe inside cover and first page of the notebook containing an early draft of Salter's 1979 novel, Solo Faces, dated October 17, 1974. Courtesy of the Harry Ransom CenterLight YearsThe cover, inside cover, and first page of the notebook containing the first draft of Salter's 1975 novel, Light Years, dated January 11, 1972. Courtesy of the Harry Ransom CenterA Sport and a PastimeThe inside cover and first page of the notebook containing a draft of Salter's 1967 novel, A Sport and a Pastime, dated March 10, 1965. Courtesy of the Harry Ransom CenterCassadaThe inside cover and first page of the notebook containing a draft of James Salter's 2001 novel, Cassada, a retelling of his 1961 novel The Arm of Flesh, dated November 10, 1998. Courtesy of the Harry Ransom CenterThe HuntersThe "Rough Re-Outline" of Salter's 1957 debut novel, The Hunters.