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Collection consists of a color portfolio (titled Harry Callahan) comprising 30 dye transfer prints, 1 loose dye transfer print (identical to an image in the portfolio), and 2 loose gelatin silver prints by Harry Callahan. Subjects include Callahan's wife Eleanor (including a portrait taken in artist Hugo Weber's studio), and daughter Barbara; streetscenes in Chicago, Florence, Paris, Providence, and Venice; building facades in Atlanta, Chicago, and New York; houses and storefronts in Detroit; and natural phenomena including vegetation and beaches on Cape Cod, and the desert in Egypt. Further descriptions are available in a database in the repository
University of Texas at Austin - Harry Ransom Center
The Smithers collection comprises primarily photographs of the Texas borderlands and peoples, and military camps and forts. Most of the photographs were taken in Texas but there are also images of Mexico, Utah, New Mexico and other western states. Other subject matter that is of note are photographs of early aviators and airplanes, as well as the Nature's Pharmacy Series which details uses for several herbs and plants as used by the native peoples of the region. Other series include those of images of schools and universities in Texas and Mexico, newsworthy events, such as a trainwreck and construction of the McDonald Observatory and Telescope, and religous subjects, such as iconography and architecutre, Mexican religious festivities, and even the Mormon Church. The dates of the photographs range from 1910 to 1968
University of Texas at Austin - Harry Ransom Center
Includes manuscripts and letters by British novelist Ronald Firbank, as well as printed copies of some of his works with his handwritten corrections, and 7 notebooks with drawings and dialogue for Valmouth
University of Texas at Austin - Harry Ransom Center
The Dom Moraes Collection contains handwritten and typed drafts of poetry, journal articles, screenplays, translations, and published and unpublished books. The materials are written in English and date from circa 1956 to 1965. Some items are fragile or torn: care should be taken when handling these papers
University of Texas at Austin - Harry Ransom Center
The Malcolm Lowry Collection consists of a manuscript for Under the Volcano, a screen adaptation typescript for F. Scott Fitzgerald's Tender is the Night, and related correspondence, 1940-1956. It is divided into two series: I. Works, circa 1944 and II. Correspondence, 1940-1956. The bulk of this collection was previously accessible through a card catalog but has been recataloged as part of a retrospective conversion project. The Tender is the Night screenplay was added through a 2010 acquisition
University of Texas at Austin - Harry Ransom Center
Includes several manuscripts and one letter written by the American playwright William Inge, plus a screenplay adaptation of Picnic by Daniel Taradash
University of Texas at Austin - Harry Ransom Center
Correspondence, printed material, and creative works, 1971-1988, received and produced by Jerome Klinkowitz, document his academic, professional, and personal activities. The collection is organized in two series: I. Correspondence, 1971-1988 (22 folders) and II. Creative Works, 1972-1985 (14 folders)
University of Texas at Austin - Harry Ransom Center
Willard Connely was an American literary critic, biographer, and lecturer. His collection consists of handwritten and typed manuscripts and a large amount of correspondence
University of Texas at Austin - Harry Ransom Center
The Ann Savage Papers contain film stills, posters, photographs, moving images, lobby cards, screenplays, contracts, and personal papers belonging to film and television actress Ann Savage
University of Texas at Austin - Harry Ransom Center
The Thomas Hardy Collection contains manuscript works and correspondence by Hardy as well as Hardy-related materials created by others, ranging in date from 1867 to 1937. The Collection is arranged in three series: I. Works by Thomas Hardy, 1867-1922, undated; II. Correspondence by or to Thomas Hardy, 1880-1928; and III. Works and Correspondence re Thomas Hardy, 1890-1937. This collection was previously accessible through a card catalog, but has been recataloged as part of a retrospective conversion project. The Works series contains manuscripts mainly of poetry by Hardy, but also includes some of his stories, an article on Stonehenge, a paper on church restoration, a dramatic version of Tess of the d'Urbervilles, a play synopsis for Jude the Obscure, an epilogue to The Dynasts, and a few other pieces. In addition to literary works, there are also 20 architectural drawings by Hardy for the restoration of St. Juliot's Church, Cornwall, dating from 1867-1870. The titles of all works ... Read More