Spinsters Ink (Firm : Duluth, Minn.)Duke University - David M. Rubenstein Rare Book and Manuscript Library12 items.The collection contains 12 catalogs advertising the novels and non-fiction works published by this feminist press. Acquired as part of the Sallie Bingham Center for Women's History and Culture. (01-011).Contact InformationCatalog Record
Library of Congress - National Union Catalog of Manuscript Collections1 linear ft.Correspondence of William S. Bayley, business manager and editor of Economic Geology, a periodical published in Lancaster, Pa., relating to business aspects of publishing the magazine; together with material relating to articles, advertising, illustrations, subscriptions, and other topics.Contact InformationCatalog Record
Berkson, Bill.University of Connecticut - Homer Babbidge Libraryca. 30 linear ft.Correspondence, literary mss., poems, project and publication files, and ephemera; together with files of Big Sky magazine and press. Includes correspondence, mss. of writings, and other papers of Berkson's associate, Frank O'Hara, and files relating to memorial publications coordinated by Berkson after O'Hara's death (1966). Correspondents include Ted Berrigan, Clark Coolidge, Kenward Elmslie, Philip Guston, Gerard Malanga, Alice Notley, Ron Padgett, Simon Schuchat, Tom Veitch, Anne Waldman, Lewis Warsh, and Barrett Watten.Contact InformationCatalog Record
Cerf, Bennett, 1898-1971.Columbia University1,029 leaves. 16 reels.Childhood and education in New York City; Columbia College; SPECTATOR, JESTER; journalism; Wall Street; Boni & Liveright; purchase of Modern Library; partnership with Donald Klopfer; travels and meetings with European authors; marriage to Sylvia Sidney; trip to Russia; building up Random House; contacts with authors, editors, other publishers; marriage to Phyllis Fraser; World War II publishing; TRY AND STOP ME and later books; magazine columns, radio programs, lecture tours; paperbacks, reprints, Bantam books, "What's My Line?"; role of an editor in a publishing house; dictionary and its promotion; purchase of other publishing houses; Singer, Knopf; stock issue, going public, 1959; purchase by Radio Corporation of America, 1965; educational developments, teaching machines; juvenile lists; spurt of growth in all publishing after World War II; purchase of Pantheon; foreign contacts; Peabody Awards Committee; director of Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer; Miss America pageant; Famous Writers School; ... MoreContact InformationCatalog Record
American Review (periodical)University of Michigan - Bentley Historical Library14 linear ft.Correspondence, working files for each issue, and administrative topical files.Contact InformationCatalog Record
Corman, Cid.University of Connecticut - Homer Babbidge Library.5 linear ft.Incoming and outgoing correspondence including mss. of poetry. Correspondents include Donald Allen, Nicholas Dean, Vincent Ferrini, David Giannini, Stephen Jonas, LeRoi Jones (Imamu Amiri Baraka), J.H. (Jeremy) Prynne, Louis Rowan, and Bernice Weiss.Contact InformationCatalog Record
Simenon, Georges, 1903-1989.New York Public Library.21 linear foot (1 box)Georges Simenon (1903-1989) was a Belgian writer and creator of the fictional detective Jules Maigret. William Jovanovich was an American publisher and president of Harcourt Brace Jovanovich. The collection consists mainly of letters between Simenon and Jovanovich written between 1963 and 1983, as well as letters to and from others relating to Simenon's work.Contact InformationCatalog Record
Charvat, William, 1905-1966.Ohio State University2.5 linear ft.Research notes on the relationship of authors and publishers in America gathered toward a projected book on literary economics. Partially used in the posthumously published The profession of authorship in America, 1800-1870, ed. Matthew J. Bruccoli (OSU Press, 1968).Contact InformationCatalog Record
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