University of Texas - Harry Ransom Humanities Research Center1 box (.21 linear feet)This small collection of Lucia Joyce materials contains writings, correspondence, photographs, printed materials, and video, dating from 1925 to 1995.Contact InformationFinding Aid
University of Texas - Harry Ransom Humanities Research CenterThis collection contains personal correspondence, diaries, dream notebooks, and personal papers, as well as materials relating to her father, John Rodker, and the Rodker family.Contact InformationFinding Aid
Fletcher, John Gould, 1886-1950.University of Texas - Harry Ransom Humanities Research Center521 items.Materials cataloged under Fletcher's name include manuscripts of THE KAISER'S CHRISTMAS TREE (nd), MARINE EDEN [poem] (1930), and notes for THE TWO FRONTIERS (nd). Letters written by Fletcher include 149 letters (nd, 1914-16) to Daisy Arbuthnot, 2 letters ( Dec. 21,  Feb. 11) to Gwennie Arbuthnot, 1 letter (1914 Dec. 21) to Terence Arbuthnot, 5 letters and 1 postcard (nd, 1910-13) to Sir Horace Ascher Brodzky, 1 letter (1934 July 21) to Henry Seidel Canby, and 6 letters (1930) to Edward W. Titus. Also present are 1 letter (1951 Nov. 26) from Anderson Nettleship to Demaree Bess and 1 letter (nd) from Charlie May Fletcher to Demaree Bess. Photocopies of original letters held by the University of Arkansas include the following correspondents: Conrad Aiken, John R. Amphlett of Amphlett & Co., Solicitors, J. Bard, Henry Bergen, F. G. Crookshank, T. S. Eliot, Charlie May Fletcher, Gertrude Freeman, Robert Frost, Lorna Hyde, Nicholas Vachel Lindsay, Amy Lowell, Mabel Dodge Luhan, ... MoreContact InformationCatalog Record
University of Texas - Harry Ransom Humanities Research CenterThe collection of Welsh poet and dramatist Dylan Thomas consists of manuscripts, correspondence, notebooks, drawings, financial records, photographs, proofs, and broadcast scripts.Contact InformationFinding Aid
University of Texas - Harry Ransom Humanities Research CenterThese papers consist of typescript drafts, notes, rehearsal scripts, schedules, production notes, correspondence, theatre programs, resumes, photographs, and published texts associated with Hare's plays, teleplays, screenplays, and essays, as well as foreign-language translations of Hare's works; works by other authors; personal correspondence; minutes of meetings; and Hare's English papers from Cambridge University.Contact InformationFinding Aid
University of Texas - Harry Ransom Humanities Research CenterThe papers encompass all of Fowles' major works, including The French Lieutenant's Woman , with accompanying correspondence, production materials, contracts, and research materials, as well as published and unpublished essays, novels, plays, poems, and short stories. There are numerous adaptions of his works, and books and dissertations about Fowles and his works. The papers also include nearly a half-century of Fowles's diaries, and a few photographs.Contact InformationFinding Aid
University of Texas - Harry Ransom Humanities Research CenterThese papers consist of manuscripts, a small amount of correspondence, photographs, and other materials primarily at mid-career of Llewellyn. The novel How Green Was My Valley, the work for which Llewellyn is best known, is not represented in the collection. Numerous photographs depict places Llewellyn traveled, particularly Italy.Contact InformationFinding Aid
University of Texas - Harry Ransom Humanities Research Center2 boxes (0.84 linear feet)The Robin Dalton Correspondence consists of two boxes of typed and handwritten personal and professional correspondence, including letters, postcards, Christmas cards, newspaper clippings, typed manuscripts, press releases, three photographs, and promotional material dating from 1960-2006 (bulk 1968-1979).Contact InformationFinding Aid
University of Texas - Harry Ransom Humanities Research Center5 document boxes and 7 oversize boxes (12.2 linear feet)The Laura Wilson Papers and Photographs document her work with photographer Richard Avedon from 1979 to 1984, and resultant exhibitions and publications from 1985 to 2003.Contact InformationFinding Aid
University of Texas - Harry Ransom Humanities Research Center1 box (.42 linear foot)The Jorge Luis Borges Collection comprises drafts, sketches, notes, and some correspondence produced by Borges between 1922 and 1975.Contact InformationFinding Aid
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