New Jersey Historical Society
Papers, 1867-1919, include a typescript copy of Richard's book, "The Mystery of Life: A Study of Revelation in the Light of Science" (1898), and press comments. Also: the certificate and by-laws, 1913-1919, of the Index Publishing Company of Newark, of which Richards was the principal shareholder; an agreement to publish his "Guide to Bible Study"; a report on his "Phrenological Character" (1869); and diplomas, certificates, telegrams and notes
Ave Maria University - Canizaro Library
William Francis Talbot was the retired Editor-in-Chief of Samuel French, Inc., a publishing company that pioneered the concept of providing published plays and musical plays to theatrical producing groups throughout the world. Because of his unique career, he was able to amass a large assortment of plays and playbills which he generously donated to the Library. In fact, Mr. Talbot's donation filled over 40 boxes with books, plays, playbills, reviews, and more. In addition to the extensive collection of Samuel French publications, his collection includes numerous books which are housed in the general collection on the theater, drama, and the performing arts that Mr. Talbot collected during his career teaching playwriting at Columbia, City College of New York, Hunter College and Double Image Theater. He wrote under the pen name William Francis and his play, "Portrait of a Queen", was produced on Broadway and London's West End. When he was alive, Mr. Talbot read over 100,000 plays and ... Read More
University of California, Berkeley
Correspondence with literary agents, Russell & Volkening, Inc. (Diarsuid Russell) and publishers, Houghton Mifflin Company (Sterling North, Hardwick Moseley, Waddell F. Smith and others), Macmillan Company (Glen Dines); W.W. Norton & Company, Inc. (George P. Brockway, Storer B. Lunt, H.P. Wilson, Eric P. Swenson, Tran Mawicke and others), and Random House (Bennett A. Cerf); manuscripts (including Little britches, Man of family, and The fields of home), printer's copies and/or galleys of his published writings; and scrapbook of clippings concerning his life and activities
University of California, Berkeley
Includes two letters from publishers in Spain, sample printer's sheets, and a transcript of Lope de Vega's La Dama Boba
University of California, Berkeley
Consists of press files, editorial files, and production files that document the content of the publication, along with marketing and promotion files, business and financial records, and files from Pro Arte Libri, that document the business side of publishing a journal. Also includes the professional and personal papers of founder Sandra Kirshenbaum
University of California, Berkeley
The David Ross Brower Papers consist of records accumulated in the course of Brower's lifelong work as a conservationist. Included are Brower's correspondence, writings, testimonies and speeches on virtually every topic associated with the environmental movement in the twentieth century, including dams, energy resources and and conservation, logging, nuclear power and nuclear war, population control, wilderness preservation, and wildlife conservation. Constituting the bulk of the collection are records from the conservation organizations he participated in or helped found. Papers pertaining to his association with the Sierra Club include correspondence and writings dating dating from his early membership in 1933; editorial files from his work as editor of the Sierra Club Bulletin; files created during his final years as the club's Executive Director; and files created from his work as a board member after his resignation from the directorship through the final years of his life
University of California, Berkeley
Manager of the Bancroft Company in Chicago and New York. The papers relate primarily to the publication of the Book of the Fair and the Book of Wealth. Include correspondence with Hubert Howe Bancroft and his wife and children, and with Francis B. Graves, Edward H. Mitchell and Charles O. Richards; biography of Bristol by his wife, Theresa (Hall) Bristol; miscellaneous records of the Bancroft Company in Chicago, 1894-1896, and in New York, 1896-1923; and clippings, some re the Bancroft family
University of California, Berkeley
Correspondence and a contract concerning his activities and interests in publishing industry
University of California, Berkeley
The Parnassus Press records contain manuscripts, financial records, correspondence, author profiles, illustrations, administrative files, artwork, sample production materials, photographs and notebooks. Highlights of the collection include extensive information on the daily operations of the press, its communications and contracts with authors, illustrators and printers, as well as draft manuscripts and mock-ups of its many publications. Included as well are numerous examples of original artwork, book exhibits, and materials that document the publishing process during the mid-twentieth century
Historical Society of Pennsylvania
The Edward Carey Gardiner collection consists of papers of the Baird, Carey, Gardiner, Lea, and Penington families, many of which were prominent in political, economic, and cultural affairs in Philadelphia. The collection is rich in personal and business correspondence, family papers and genealogical notes, and material printed by the Carey family publishing house. There are also land, legal, and financial papers; estate papers; photographs; passports; speeches and writings; and a few artifacts. The collection spans from 1673 to 1949, with the bulk dating from 1787 to 1885


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