Rice University
The collection includes 19 items in total: thirteen addressed either to or from Allan Cunningham form its bulk. The correspondence largely concerns matters connected with Cunningham's numerous publishing projects, including his Lives of the Most Eminent British Painters, Sculptors, and Architects, which appeared between 1829 and 1833. Also included in the collection are three poems--one perhaps by the Rev. J. Judkins and two by Cunningham
State Library of Victoria
The three page poem is about the Easter holiday of two young ladies, and is dated 26 April 1897. It is written on the notepaper of the Club Hotel in Lakes Entrance. The one page letter is to Miss Demaine from E. Rowland of Yarraville and is dated 1 July 1965. Rowland is explaining allusions in the poem
State Library of Victoria
Letters, photographs and other papers relating to the active service of Lt. Colonel E.J. Marston during World War Two. Bulk of letters are dated 1941-1943, are addressed to his wife Thelma and son John, and are signed "Ted". Other papers include miscellaneous letters addressed to Ted and Thelma Marston, 1918-1944; poems; text of a speech entitled "Know your enemy"; printed ephemera; school report, 1941; notice advising Marston's promotion to temporary rank of Lieutenant Colonel, 18 March 1943; telegram advising Marston's death; and photographs and negatives
State Library of Victoria
Includes concert/recital programs performed by Valda Johnstone and other artists; musical scores for piano; some poems; also a large collection of photographs, autograph portraits of the Great Composers; her AMEB exam certificates, and hand made posters
Library of Virginia
The collection is a transcription of the Wright family correspondence from 1856 to 1868, during the Civil War. The correspondence is mainly from the three brothers, Joel, James, and Peter to their mother Susan, their sister Fannie and Peter's wife Sarah. Also included in the collection are letters to and from other relatives such as their uncles, aunts, grandmother and cousins. The brothers correspondence consisted of the status of their health and welfare. They also reported back to their family casualties of war and an intinerary relating to where forward future
University of South Carolina
Consisting of courtship letters and original poems written by Foster N. Martin, Jr., while at home on vacation from medical school, addressed to Miss Helen Gwendolyn Nolte, a student at the College of Charleston, with comments on his natural history observations and collections, literary interests
University of South Carolina
Correspondence, poems, and printed material documenting the literary career of author Ludwig Lewisohn. Volume of unpublished poems, 1903-1905, includes two dedications to "you whose name I dare not speak, but to whom these poems of right belong," and to George Sylvester Viereck; typescript copy, 1922, of Lewisohn's article, "South Carolina: A Lingering Fragrance," originally published in The Nation; and letters, 1929-1946, re Lewisohn's thoughts and criticism on his own writing and the importance of his Jewish heritage. Places represented include Brookyln, N.Y.; Santa Fe, N.M.; Paris and Nice, France
Harvard University - Schlesinger Library
Chiefly correspondence; also financial records, day books, poems, and photos. The bulk of the collection concerns family and friends, mostly since 1920. Administrative papers of the N.Y. WTUL include minutes, reports and financial records. Few records are from the early years of Dreier's presidency, but the financial problems of the last fifteen years are well documented. Also includes several accounts of work and living conditions by women who worked in the garment industry; extensive correspondence between Dreier and her close friend, arbitration expert Frances Kellor; and documentation of Katherine Dreier's work with Marcel Duchamp and the Société Anonyme, and her interest in spiritualism
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