McLean County Museum of History
Materials relating to the National Society Colonial Daughters [and] the National Society of Colonial Dames of the XVIIIth Century [and] Daughters of the American Revolution [and] National Society of Daughters of the American Revolution [and] National Society of Daughters of Founders and Patriots of America (chiefly membership applications); correspondence; newspaper clippings; yearbooks; speeches and reports; ephemera; photographs; material about soldiers in the Revolutionary War and George Washington; and material about Illinois and Iowa local history (including McLean County, Ill.).
Library of Congress - National Union Catalog of Manuscript Collections
The collection consists of correspondence, manuscripts, editorial material, and taped interviews, relating to Meltzer's book The San Francisco Poets (1971) about Richard Brautigan, William Everson, Lawrence Ferlinghetti, Michael McClure, Kenneth Rexroth, and Lew Welch; drafts, galleys, and other material, relating to his unpublished book Rock Tao; and manuscripts and editorial matter relating to his other publications including Yesod (1969) and Letters & Numbers (1970) as well as his essays and columns for the Los Angeles Free Press. Also includes correspondence and taped interviews with William Everson, Lawrence Ferlinghetti, Philip Lamantia, Michael McClure, Kenneth Rexroth, Gary Snyder, and Lew Welch
Library of Congress,-- Manuscript Division,
This collection is described in two parts. Part I consists largely of Jackson's literary manuscripts in the form of original manuscripts, typescripts, and printed galleys; diaries (1932-1936); journals; correspondence, including letters (1944-1965) from Jackson's parents and photocopies of Jackson's letters (1948-1965) to her parents, as well as general correspondence (ca. 2700 items) including letters from literary agents, personal friends, and the general public; scrapbooks; college notebooks; watercolors; and drawings. Part II consists of Shirley Jackson papers removed from the papers of Jackson's husband, Stanley Edgar Hyman, in 1993 and includes literary manuscripts; correspondence, such as letters to Jackson from her future husband, written while both were students at Syracuse University (the other side of the correspondence is located in the repository's collection of Hyman papers), and letters from Jackson's parents, and others; and diary kept by Jackson as a high school ... Read More
Lawrence Public Library
Includes an annual report, a few Herald and weekly bulletins and invitations as well as publicity and programs for the entertainment course
Library of Congress - National Union Catalog of Manuscript Collections
Includes Bennett's personal and professional correspondence with artists, poets, small press editors, and others, as well as mail or correspondence art--a unique blend of painting, drawing, stickers, rubber stamp work, found objects, poetry, clippings, collage, etc., which are then sent through the postal system, from leading correspondence artists. The collection also contains manuscripts of Bennett's writings; poetry notebooks; and small press publications and journals, including a complete set of publications from his own press, Luna Bisonte Prods. Correspondents include Clayton Eshleman, Carol BergeĢ, Jarvis Thurston, and David Wagoner
Library of Congress - National Union Catalog of Manuscript Collections
Organizational records, including constitutions, minutes of the union's executive board (1945-2002) and councils of the federation; administrative records; correspondence (1949-2002), convention and conference records (1945-2005). Subject files (1943-2006) deal largely with organizing, collective bargaining and political issues but include substantial material related to the activities of local union affiliates. Legal records include case files related to representation and grievance cases. Publications include newsletters of the WSFT and of groups within it and of affiliates. Related to the publication files is a series of records, daily filings (1969-1979), that consists of a chronological file of materials duplicated by the WSFT office for distribution to affiliates, including newsletters and circulars and publications produced for the state federation's affiliated local unions. Records of several affiliated organizations are also included in these records, including records of the ... Read More
Navarro College
Includes correspondence, financial records, speeches, contracts, drawings and other creative works, and ephemera chronicling the daily life and community involvement of a rural South Carolina family -- Topics include John Howard Furman's medical practice in Georgia and South Carolina, the economic and political climate in the South during the Civil War and Reconstruction, managing the Furman family plantation, slavery, cotton trade, and agriculture in South Carolina, Georgia, and elsewhere in the South. Other persons represented include David Dickson and Susannah Landrum. A subsequent acquisition includes physician's artifacts from John Howard and Richard Baker Furman as well as the financial ledgers of Richard Baker Furman
Litchfield Historical Society
Connecticut covers (1967-1971); postcards, (circa 1903-1969); envelopes, unknown to Ransom (circa 1883), Pratt & Thompson to Ebenezer Wooster (1886), Flynn & Doyle to George R. Bailey (1913); photographs, including Litchfield High School students (circa 1880s), cabinet cards; publications and ephemera (1910s-1930s); Swamp-Root Almanacs, imprinted with Litchfield Pharmacy and Crutch & McDonald; deeds, F. Nelson B. Smith (1846), Edwin E. Prentiss (1858), and Charles Munson (1867); correspondence, including H.W. Wessells to Perry (undated), Alexander Lamb to James Morris (1797), Mary B. Hannah to relatives (1853-1860), Joseph Conway to Charles Beaman (1914); two Morris Woodruff warrants (1807-1808); Philena Sutliff v. Joseph Sutliff (1802); order of the Litchfield selectmen signed by Oliver Wolcott, Jr. (1782); receipt, James Morris signed by Jedediah Huntington, Treasurer of the State of Connecticut (1789) with notations of interest paid 1790-1792; and inquests into the suicides of John ... Read More
Library of Congress - National Union Catalog of Manuscript Collections
The Katherine Arnstein Heinemann papers consist mainly of autograph and typescript drafts of her poems, as well as manuscript and editorial material relating to her collections Brandings (1988) and Some Inhuman Familiars (1983). A small amount of correspondence is also present
Library of Congress - National Union Catalog of Manuscript Collections
The Jarvis Thurston papers consist primarily of correspondence relating to Washington University's Department of English and its visiting writers program. The most significant part of the Thurston collection is the correspondence from James T. Farrell to Thurston and his wife, Mona Van Duyn. These letters are of a more personal nature and often discuss literary matters such as Van Duyn's poetry. A small group of manuscripts, notably two drafts of a Thurston short story, "The Cross," is also included