7 boxes (7 linear ft.)..
Organized into the following series: I. Clippings; II. Newspapers, periodicals, and advertisements; III. Photographic postcards; IV. Photographs. drawings, prints, and ephemera; V. Theater programs; and VI. Travel material.
Some items, but not all, were collected by Thomas Wolfe, as some materials included here were assembled and added after Wolfe's death. Includes: clippings from American and European newspapers and periodicals including reviews of Wolfe's works, biographical information, and obituaries; a collection of periodicals, newspapers (mostly German), and publishers' advertisements; photographic postcards (mostly unused and views principally European), postcard albums, and other photographic reproductions of art masterpieces, historic sites, scenic views; photographs and drawings of Wolfe and his family and friends, watercolor sketches of his homes, X-ray negatives of Wolfe, and other publishers' material for his books; programs and pamphlets for plays, concerts, museums, theaters, courses of study, etc..., including several from The Carolina Playmakers; and a collection of travel materials such as guidebooks, museum catalogs, scenic albums, tourist pamphlets, maps, timetables, souvenir menus, travel advertisements, etc... primarily European, but a few are American.
Thomas Wolfe (1900-1938) was an American novelist.
Thomas Wolfe Additional Papers, 1906-1981 (MS Am 2815). Houghton Library, Harvard University.
See also HOLLIS and OASIS for additional materials held by the Houghton Library relating to Thomas Wolfe.
In English, German, French, Italian, and many other languages.
Electronic finding aid available http://nrs.harvard.edu/urn-3:FHCL.Hough:hou02338.