Brigham Young University - Harold B. Lee Library
Two typewritten photocopies of an address for the General Conference of the Mormon Church in April 1932, newspaper clippings, and one photocopy of pages 66 and 67 of a General Conference report booklet. Richards attacks dogmatism, intolerance, and bigotry as highly destructive and as enemies of the Mormon faith. The General Conference booklet does not include any kind of information concerning Richards' controversial address
Dartmouth College - Rauner Special Collections Library
Typescripts for two of his books: The new veteran (published as: The new veteran. -- New York : Reynal and Hitchcock, c[1945] and The pricetag for peace (published as: The price of peace ; a plan for disarmament. -- Boston : Beacon press, c[1956]). Includes galleys for The price of peace. Also includes a letter from his editor, Peggy Hitchcock, with suggestions for The new veteran
Dartmouth College - Rauner Special Collections Library
Typescript of his book, The feminine fifties (published as: The feminine fifties. -- New York : Appleton-Century company, c1940). Typescripts and galleys for book on Mark Twain, entitled Representative selections, that he edited (published as: Representative selections, with introduction and bibliography. -- New York : American Book Co., c1935)
Historical Society of Pennsylvania
Manuscripts of Joseph Jackson, Philadelphia historian and writer: "Bibliography of Works of Charles Godfrey Leland," 1840-1903; "Early Architecture, Architects and Engineers," on colonial architecture and early Philadelphia architects and engineers, 1923; "Development of American Architecture," 1926, chapters on early national period, early New England architects, the building of Washington, New York, Philadelphia, Charleston, and New Orleans, beginning of national architecture, early monuments, interior plans and decorations
University of Arizona
Typescript drafts and galley proofs of five works mainly concerned with the late nineteenth century history of the American West. Some contain Bailey's holograph edits; one, Grandpa was a Polygamist, is signed. Two are novels about the Great Basin Indians. The Claws of the Hawk: the Incredible Life of Wahker the Ute, focuses on events in the life of the leader Walkara. Ghost Dance Messiah: the Jack Wilson Story is about the Paiute prophet Wovoka, who originated a Ghost dance phenomenon of the late 1880s. The other three drafts concern Mormon life and history. The Armies of God: a Study of the Military Aspects of Mormonism is a chronicle of events from the 1830s to the 1890s. For Time and All Eternity is a novel about the Mormon polygamy crusade of the 1880s. Bailey relates stories from his own childhood in Grandpa was a Polygamist, which is a tribute to his grandfather, the teacher Joseph Barlow Forbes
New York University Libraries
The Sol Yurick Manuscripts for Publication (dated 1944-2006) consists of typed manuscripts and drafts written by novelist Sol Yurick (1925-2013). Yurick was a Brooklyn based writer who was best known for novels portraying poverty and violence in New York City in the 1960s and 1970s. The collection contains drafts and manuscripts of Yurick's published works, as well as manuscripts that were intended for but never reached publication. Other materials in the collection include correspondence, contracts, and royalty statements related to the publication of his novels and stories. It also contains a small amount of personal items such as diaries, personal correspondence, and materials related to Yurick's teaching
Alabama Department of Archives and History
Manuscripts, ca.1892, "A History of Montgomery County [Ala.] and Its Inhabitants", eighty handwritten pages, and "A History of the Mooney War as It Was Known at the Time", incomplete, six handwritten pages. The history of Montgomery Co. includes a geographical description of the county at its founding, the early educational efforts of Benjamin B. Lamar, early settlers and their families, such as Dr. Mitchell, Thomas Barton, Thomas Haynes, Dr. Robert I. Ware, James A. Ware, Major Green Wood, Joshua Hagerty, Abner McGehee, Chappel Sledge, Bernard Young, Larkin Cleveland, Aaron Livington, Parker Gray, George C. Ball, Alexander Selkirk, James Pinkston, and others. Also discussed was early education in the county, the first cotton gin in the county, which was established by James Rodgers, plantations, and store run by Walter B. Lucas and Henry Lucas, and other early settlers, including John Burch, Green Pinkston, John Ray, and John Ashurst. The early physicians in Montgomery Co. are also ... Read More
Georgia Historical Society - Library and Archives
This collection consists of manuscripts and galley proofs for two of Charles Gardner Mills' novels, The Choice (N.Y.: Macmillan, 1943) and The Alexandrians (N.Y., Putnam, 1952)
Brown University Library
Consists primarily of manuscripts for publication and correspondence related to the publication of The Rhind Mathematical Papyrus by Arnold Buffum Chase with the assistance of Henry Parker Manning. Manuscripts for The Rhind Mathematical Papyrus include the first draft made with the assistance of Eliza Greene Chace; additions to galley proofs; and corrected page proofs. Page proof sheets annotated by Henry Parker Manning in connection with his work on a dictionary and a list of words in the Rhind papyrus prepared by Manning are in the collection