Harvard University - Schlesinger Library
Series III, Published writings, is divided into three major sections: works published by Rich, critical works regarding Rich, and poetry by others. The largest section of Rich's published works is dead matter from W.W. Norton & Co. containing various states of publishing for her books
Harvard University - Houghton Library
Includes autograph manuscript and proofs for first edition of Cautionary tales as well as autograph manuscript drafts and page proofs with autograph revisions. Also includes proofs of Lord Basil Blackwood's illustrations for Cautionary Tales
Harvard University - Houghton Library
Includes poems and translations of Chinese poetry, as well as a typescript, an autograph manuscript, and galley proofs of Cake
Harvard University - Houghton Library
Contains galleys and page proofs of eight compositions, including her best known verse drama, The Piper
University of Kentucky
This is a gathering of manuscripts and correspondence of Janice Holt Giles -- Included are drafts of THE ENDURING HILLS, MISS WILLIE, TARA'S HEALING, 40 ACRES AND NO MULE, GLORY ROAD (later published as THE LAND BEYOND THE MOUNTAINS), JOHNNY OSAGE, SAVANNA, THE BELIEVERS, HANNAH FOWLER, THE PLUM THICKET, VOYAGE TO SANTA FE, A LITTLE BETTER THAN PLUMB (the only non-fiction work included here, written in collaboration with her husband, Henry E. Giles) and RUN ME A RIVER. Also included are a group of letters dating from 1949-1956, many of them between Ms. Giles and her agent, Oliver G. Swan, others being direct communications between Ms. Giles and her publishers
University of Kentucky
This material includes the original manuscript, revisions, galleys, and proofs of Jack Edgar Weller's book, YESTERDAY'S PEOPLE, along with correspondences and several reviews from national journals and local newspapers -- This work describes the culture and customs of the Southern Appalachian people, and presents a perceptive analysis of their problems. These documents show the various stages, from manuscript copy to final proofs, in the production of this book. Also included are letters written by publishers and individuals in response to Weller's attempts to publish his work
Cornell University Libraries
Page proofs and galley proofs of Goodman's book Speaking and language: defence of poetry, with inserts by the author; galley proofs of his Collected poems; proofs of his book New reformation; typescript of his play Faustina, with his corrections in pencil; letters from him to his friend Arnold Canell; program from his memorial service; periodicals containing articles by or about Goodman; ephemera such as flyers, theater programs, and pamphlets; and sound recordings by Goodman or based on his writings. Also, a draft of Tom Nicely's Paul Goodman bibliography, Adam and his work, with related correspondence and reviews (1973-1980). Correspondents include Burton Weiss, Eliot Glassheim, Robert Merideth, and Tom Nicely
Cornell University Libraries
Correspondence of Fisher, editor of City and Regional Planning in Poland (1966), pertaining to the preparation and publication of this book, which was the first volume in a series designed to provide firsthand documentation of the practice and administration of city and regional planning throughout the world and administered by the Committee on Comparative Planning of the Division of Urban Studies of the Center. Correspondents include Wojciech Morawski, the Polish coordinator of the book, and Polish planners and other government officials. Also included are a typescript draft, galley proofs, illustrations, photographs, photocopies of maps, publicity items, and memoranda
State Library of Victoria
Comprises drafts and proofs of books; original artwork for book illustrations; correspondence between Nance Donkin and her publishers; and tapes containing interviews with, and readings from the works of, Nance Donkin, Max Fatchen, Lilith Norman and Colin Thiele
State Library of Victoria
Draft manuscripts of Trap (Melbourne, Cassell, 1967) and The Wort papers (Melbourne, Cassell, 1972). Also includes typescript of draft for Trap with the name of P. Mower (pseudonym) on title page; and galley proofs for The Wort papers

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