Alexandria Library - Special Collections
The bulk of these papers are correspondence between Robert Rutledge and Harriet Hulfish of Alexandria, Va., who attended George Washington University. Besides information about their relationship, this correspondence refers to army camp life where Rutledge was stationed in Camp Lee, Virginia; San Francisco, California; Tennessee; Kentucky; and Texas
US Army Heritage and Education Center
Contains the following types of materials: infantry unit history, family history, war memoirs
Emory University - Manuscript, Archives, and Rare Book Collection
The collection consists of the papers of Pearl Cleage from 1949-2011 and includes correspondence and personal papers, writings by Cleage, subject files, professional papers, printed material, photographs, writings by others, audiovisual material, and memorabilia. The materials document Cleage's works as a playwright, author, and activist. Correspondence is both personal and professional in nature and includes letters from fellow writers A.B. Spellman and Tayari Jones. Personal papers contain awards and honors, high school and college papers, and Cleage's personal journals. Family papers include the personal papers of Cleage's father, Albert Cleage, Jr., also known as Reverend Jaramogi Abebe Agyeman; her mother, Doris Graham Cleage; and Cleage's sister, Kristin Cleage Williams. Writings contain original manuscripts of all her published novels, scripts, articles featured in periodicals such as the Atlanta Tribune, Atlanta Southline, and the Atlanta Journal-Constitution, collected ... Read More
Emory University - Manuscript, Archives, and Rare Book Collection
The collection contains the papers of Ed Bullins from circa 1940-2010, including correspondence, writings, subject files, printed material, writings by others, photographs, audiovisual material, and born digital material. Correspondence includes letters from family, friends, editors, and fellow playwrights and professors. Writings include typescripts of published, and unpublished or unproduced plays, other writings, and notebooks. Subject files include material of a personal nature, information relating to the theaters and organizations Bullins was involved in, and material relating to his academic career as a student and professor. Printed material includes material published by and about Bullins, as well as general printed material relating to African American theater. Writings by others consists primarily of play scripts that Bullins reviewed, produced, or directed. Photographs include individual portraits and snapshots of Bullins, images of Bullins with family members, friends, ... Read More
Emory University - Manuscript, Archives, and Rare Book Collection
The collection consists of the papers of Rebecca Ranson including writings, correspondence, journals, subject files, printed material, photographs, audiovisual material, and born digital material that document her career as a playwright, author, and activist. Writings include plays, poems, short stories, drafts of novels, and other written material by Ranson and focus on her plays, including in-progress drafts, final versions, and copies annotated for performances. There are also freehand and brainstorming notes, often reflecting the subject matter in her plays, but also on topics from her formative years such as issues with her parents, becoming pregnant at 17, and her realization of her changing sexuality. There are also writings by others which include poems and short stories sent to Ranson by people with whom Ranson was personally involved as well as inmates that Ranson met through her prison activism and members of Atlanta's LGBT community
Cornell University Libraries
Manuscript versions of Brass' plays, stories, novels, and articles, mostly with gay male themes, including stage directions, programs, press releases and other promotional material for some of the plays, notably "All Men"; typescript of unpublished novel; original screenplay This is All of US, 1970; copies of COME OUT!, which Brass wrote for and published; professional and gay movement correspondence; course materials; and miscellaneous professional papers
Anchorage Museum - Atwood Resource Center
The collection consists of 4 reels of 35 mm safety film of the silent movie "The Chechahcos" and 269 black-and-white still photographs (21 x 26 cm.) from the movie. Subjects of the photographs include: members of the movie cast, glaciers, steamboats, locomotives, dog sleds, cast members as gold miners and gamblers, and crew member Sydney Laurence
Anchorage Museum - Atwood Resource Center
The collection consists of 54 items including videotapes, audio cassette tapes, movie posters, playing cards, sheet music, postcards, and illustrations from books, magazines, and newspapers, plus a three-ring binder of miscellaneous photocopies, all associated with the gold rush period of Alaska and the Klondike
Cornell University Libraries
Barnard asks Kingman to warn his local managers and public against people who use "plays to which they have no right." With the letter is a clipping of a photograph of Barnard
Cornell University Libraries
Correspondence and other documents concerned with the appraisal of Bernard Shaw's literary estate, namely the value of all aspects of copyright, including the stage rights, film rights, translations rights, and television rights, as well as the value of the inventory of books which was in Shaw's possession at the time of his death. Consists mainly of letters to W. P. Watts, of A. P. Watts & Sons, and copies of his replies, but also includes copies of letters written to the Public Trustee and others pertaining to the appraisal. Correspondents include the Public Trustee; their lawyers, J. N. Mason & Co.; Walter Smee, Will & Co.; various publishers, including Constable, Penguin, R. & R. Clark, and Dodd, Mead; the Society of Authors; Theatre Guild Inc., N. Y.; General Cinema Finance Corp.; and, of course, the Estate Duty Office. In addition, there are numerous financial statements providing information on royalties earned by Shaw in the years prior to his death and the inventory of books ... Read More