University of California, Berkeley - Bancroft Library
The C.S. Forester Papers (1940-1964, bulk undated) contain manuscripts for Forester's writings in a variety of genres, both published and unpublished. Most materials appear to be final typescripts, although some works exist in multiple or corrected drafts.
University of Washington
Papers of an author, anthropologist, folklorist and professor of anthropology and linguistics, University of Washington
Library of Congress - Research and Reference Services
Sound recordings and manuscripts that document the musical heritage and cultural traditions of the Hispano residents of the portion of the Northern Rio Grande region of northern New Mexico and southern Colorado, collected by Juan B. Rael in 1940.
New York Public Library
Iain Hamilton’s papers document his career as a composer, librettist, and teacher. The bulk of the collection dates from 1951 through his later years, and consists primarily of scores and supporting materials.
Duke University - David M. Rubenstein Rare Book and Manuscript Library
Music, writings, correspondence, diaries, pictures, printed material, clippings, and recordings, which primarily document Still's work as a composer. The collection relates to the historical and critical study of his music, as well as being a valuable source of arrangements for performances
University of California, Los Angeles - Charles E. Young Research Library
A collection of 239 Ethiopic manuscripts (137 bound volumes and 102 scrolls), on vellum, dated ca. 1600 - 1960. The collection consists of religious and liturgical works used in the Ethiopian Christian tradition. The majority of the texts were written in the Ge'ez script, a classical form of calligraphic lettering that is related to the Amharic language.
Washington State University - Holland Library
Chiefly music manuscripts (holograph and printed), letters, and memorabilia documenting life and career as composer.
University of California, Berkeley
Scope and Content The Margaret (Marnie) Walker Dilling Collection is comprised of Dilling's ethnomusicological research, mostly on Korean music, Korean-American musical communities, and music of the Olympics. Included in the collection are her field notes, journals, and audio and video recordings. The types of material found served as the guideline for the organization of the following series: documents, videotapes, audio tapes, scores, books, periodicals, programs of festivals, photographs and realia, and computer discs. Much of the materials were arranged by Dilling herself and the categories were kept despite the fact that they are not totally exclusive. Material not yet sorted by Dilling were put in folders and categorized accordingly. In order to clarify the difference between Dilling's labels and ours, Dilling's labels are notated in quotes. If possible, cross references were made between the series to aid the researcher. Thus, in the document series, whenever there is a tape ... Read More
Brigham Young University - L. Tom Perry Special Collections
Contains the documents and studies related to Jack Welch's research into chiasmus in scriptural and other ancient texts. Includes articles and books related to chiasmus in the Book of Mormon, Old and New Testaments, Doctrine and Covenants, and Pearl of Great Price, as well as the works of Homer and ancient Jewish literature. Also includes Welch's correspondence with scholars, publishers, and readers regarding the impact and reception of his work. Dated 1787-2011, bulk 1953-2011.
University of Texas at Austin - Harry Ransom Center
The records of McSweeney's document the evolution of a startup quarterly literary journal into a highly influential small publishing house and creator of several serials, including Timothy McSweeney's Quarterly Concern and the Believer, and a growing catalog of titles under its many book imprints. The bulk of the archive comprises mock-ups, dummies, art, and proofs used to produce McSweeney's publications.