Cornell University Libraries
Proofs for Dockstader's book with edits. Includes a partial manuscript and plate descriptions
Wisconsin Historical Society Library and Archives
A collection of unknown origin received from Frederick J. Dockstader consisting of views of streets and buildings in Keshena and Wabeno, Wisconsin; of the hotel and the Badger State Land Co. building in Eau Claire, Wisconsin; and of the Forest County cutover community of Carter and the nearby residence and camp of C.H. Ferry
Library of Congress - Research and Reference Services
Smithsonian Institution - Archives of American Art
Interview of Frederick J. Dockstader conducted 1970 June 16-July 2, by Paul Cummings, for the Archives of American Art
Iowa State University - Parks Library
Vanderbilt University - Jean and Alexander Heard Library
Scope and Content Note Jesse Ely Wills, 1899-1977, a Nashville native, was a member of the group of poets who met in Nashville in the early 1920's to write and publish the influential literary magazine The Fugitive. He was an officer and executive of the National Life and Accident Insurance Company during his business career and was active in Vanderbilt University affairs as a member of the Board of Trust and chairman of the Board of the Joint University Libraries. This collection contains liter ...
University of Texas at Austin - Harry Ransom Center
Hand written and typescript drafts of short stories and articles comprise the bulk of the collection, along with a large body of correspondence and a small amount of financial and legal documentation. La Farge's writings reflect his interest in Native American culture and language.