Library of Congress,-- Manuscript Division
Correspondence, memoranda, notes, drafts and mss. of writings, galley proofs, contracts, publicity materials, book jackets, notes, financial papers, photographs, clippings, and other records, comprising chiefly editorial and author files; together with some administrative files of the company. McCormick's retrospective cover notes (1986-1992) describe each author and editorial file. The files of historical novelist Kenneth Lewis Roberts constitute the largest set of files; other authors represented are Stephen Vincent BeneĢt, Arnold Bennett, Bruce Catton, Noel Coward, Arthur Conan Doyle, Daphne Du Maurier, Dwight D. Eisenhower, Paul W. Gallico, Ellen Glasgow, Arthur Hailey, Alex Haley, O. Henry, Helen Keller, Robert F. Kennedy, Rudyard Kipling, T.E. Lawrence, W. Somerset Maugham, Christopher Morley, Kathleen Norris, Frederic Prokosch, Ishmael Reed, Max Schulman, Frank G. Slaughter, Wallace Stegner, Irving Stone, Booth Tarkington, Leon Trotsky, Harry S. Truman, Garry Wills, P.G. ... Read More
Library of Congress - National Union Catalog of Manuscript Collections
Manuscripts of writings, notebooks, and correspondence, including information relating to Raworth's activities as publisher of Matrix Press, Outburst magazine, and Goliard Press (with Barry Hall) and his association with American poet Charles Olson. Includes extensive correspondence with Ed Dorn
Idaho State Historical Society,-- Idaho Oral History Center
Whitley discusses the career that she and her husband, Joe Whitley, have made in the newspaper and publishing business. Topics include her family history; the couple's ownership of the Kootenai County Leader for ten years before selling it; and their work publishing books on the China, Burma, and India theater during World War II
Cambridge Historical Society
The Nichols family papers document the lives of the Nichols family from the 1830s through the 1890s. The papers consists of journals, professional correspondence of George Nichols, personal correspondence of the Nichols family, family ephemera, and photographs -- Journals (Series I) is comprised of the typescript of "Journey to Saratoga," six journals, one typescript each of John White Treadwell Nichols's Journal (Mar. 1867- July 1867), and Susan Farley Nichols's Journal IV. "Journey to Saratoga" was written by Susan Farley Nichols while she accompanied her parents on a trip to Saratoga in 1839. The journal describes visits to the Worcester House for the Insane and the Insane Hospital of Vermont. Susan Farley Nichols also describes the various towns visited throughout the journey, including Wocester, Brattleborough, Windsor, Royalton, Hanover, Montpelier, Burlington, Ticonderoga, Caldwell, Saratoga, Troy, Albany, and New York. The journals of Susan Farley Nichols contain reminiscences ... Read More
Library of Congress,-- Manuscript Division
Correspondence of both Traubel and his wife; diary notes and journals (1873-1917) kept by Traubel, including daily record (1888-1892) of his visits and conversations with Walt Whitman; literary files containing prose, poetry, criticism, and other writings, by the Traubels and others; personal financial and legal papers; scrapbooks; prints; and photos; together with correspondence, literary mss., publishing and financial papers, proofs, and printed material, comprising the files of The Conservator, a magazine expressing socialist views, edited and published by Horace Traubel. Includes material relating to the Traubels' support of the literary and artistic avant-garde, the arts and crafts and ethical culture movements, and social and political reform
University of Oregon, Knight Library
Literary mss. and correspondence with McGraw-Hill, relating to book production
Library of Congress - National Union Catalog of Manuscript Collections
One folder of information on Thea Wheelwright and the Kennebec River Press' publication of Bernard Langlais, Sculptor: Maine Art Series for Young Readers" by Pat Davidson Reef in 1985 -- Includes draft typescript by William David Barry of a review of the book, to be published in the Maine Sunday Telegram, and articles and obituary about Thea Wheelwright
University of Virginia Library
Personal and professional correspondence (chiefly letters of application and recommendation), typescripts of articles by colleagues, student examinations, library reserve lists, committee appointments, faculty reports, notices, memoranda, and financial records, relating to White's duties as professor of agricultural biology and director of Blandy Experimental Farm, University of Virginia; together with journal (1921-1922) written as botanist on an expedition to the Amazon Basin led by Henry Hurd Rusby, notes taken at lectures by Wilhelm Ludvig Johannsen, book reviews, genetics articles, and diary (1923) of trip to Yellowstone National Park by Charles Thomas Brues. Correspondence with John Burroughs contains material relating to Luther Burbank and Charles Darwin. Includes material relating to American Rock Garden Society, Brooklyn Botanic Garden, Houghton Mifflin Company, U.S. Dept. of Agriculture, and Smithsonian Institution. Correspondents include Clara Barrus, Albert Francis ... Read More
Library of Congress - National Union Catalog of Manuscript Collections
Manuscripts, proofs, correspondence, and other materials, relating to proposed publications of books by Cid Corman, Larry Eigner, Clayton Eshleman, Jackson Mac Low, Michael McClure, Toby Olson, Norman Rosten, Jerome Rothenberg, and Diane Wakoski
Bennington Museum
Seven engravings from the first Bible published in Vermont, in 1812 by Merrifield and Cochran. Six of the engravings are by Isaac Eddy and one by James Hill


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