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TU-SCLIT. Special Collections literature based collections

 Record Group
Identifier: TU-SCLIT
An attempt to bring the literature based collections under a single classification, regardless of subject headings used.

Found in 21 Collections and/or Records:

Jack C. Rea science fiction library, Undated

Identifier: 2016-009
Scope and Contents The Rea library includes books of science fiction and other genre; magazines of science fiction and other genres.

Also included are personal items belonging to Jack C. Rea.
Dates: Undated

John Bennett Shaw Collection, 1894-1975

Identifier: 1963-001
Content Description The John Bennett Shaw Collection is comprised of extensive collections of modern literature, books relating to Native Americans, early travel, and Oklahoma, archival materials, photographs, pamphlets, phonographic discs. The modern authors represented include William Faulkner, Ernest Hemingway, Thomas Wolfe, John Steinbeck, and Katherine Mansfield.
Dates: 1963 - 1974; Publication: 1894 - 1975

John S. Van E. Kohn collection of Robert Frost, 1915-1976

Identifier: 1981-005
Scope and Contents Bookseller John S. Van E. Kohn's personal collection of Robert Frost materials including Frost's books, miscellaneous press cuttings, articles, photographs, Christmas card imprints, etc. Consists of correspondence between Kohn and others, press cuttings and brochures, and other Frost-related ephemeral items; correspondence between Robert Frost and others, Frost's Christmas circular letters and cards, photocopies of poems, copy of Frost's last will and testament, photos of Frost,...
Dates: Existence: 1915 - 1976

Kenneth Hopkins Collection of 19th Century Poetry, 1587-1980

 Collection — Box 1: [000021914614]
Identifier: 1981-025
Content Description For almost 40 years the British poet, novelist, and scholar Kenneth Hopkins (1914-1988) collected eighteenth and nineteenth century English poetry, often searching rural bookshops with such bookish companions as Edmund Blunden and Sir Rupert Hart-Davis. The result of his dedication is found in the collection of 5,000 volumes of English poetry from the past two centuries. The collection was formed not so much with an eye towards rarity as with attention to the more obscure figures as well as the...
Dates: 1587 - 1980

Paul and Lucie Léon collection of James Joyce, 1920-1971

Identifier: 1984-005
Scope and Contents Consists of correspondence between Paul and/or Lucie Léon and James Joyce and other friends, colleagues, and fellow Joyceans; page proofs for Finnegan’s Wake and page proofs for James Joyce and Paul Léon (listed separately in the McFarlin bibliographic catalog), the Story of a Friendship by Lucie Léon Noël; over 60 photographs and photo-negatives of James Joyce, the Léons, colleagues and friends, and Joyce family members; and a blue/white striped tie once belonging to James Joyce, a porcelain...
Dates: 1920 - 1971

Rebecca West collection, late 1800s-1987

Identifier: 1986-002
Scope and Contents An artificial collection of materials consisting of correspondence, writings, and other personal papers of the British author, journalist, literary critic and travel writer Rebecca West.
Dates: Late 1800s-1987

Roger Easson Library of Robert Bly

Identifier: 2000-003-1-Ephemera
Content Description This collection, formed by University of Tulsa alum Roger R. Easson, contains 283 books, chapbooks, broadsides, and editions containing work by the American poet Robert Bly. Also included is a complete collection of the Fifties, Sixties and Seventies Press publications for which Bly was the publisher. In addition, there are 431 periodical volumes containing poems, interviews and essays dating from 1953-1983. Most people recognize Robert Bly as the author of Iron John: A Book about Men.
Dates: 1972 - 1981

Rupert Hart-Davis archive, Undated

Identifier: 1999-002
Scope and Contents The library of Sir Rupert Hart-Davis, publisher, editor, author and man of letters, contains over 18,000 volumes, many with letters and other correspondence tucked in. A man who enjoyed extraordinary position within the publishing profession, Hart-Davis was the literary executor for such authors as Edmund Blunden, Sir Max Beerbohm, Sir Hugh Walpole, and the poet, Siegfried Sassoon, all who entrusted to him what they cared about most. As an editor, Hart-Davis produced volumes of the letters of...
Dates: Undated