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TU-LIB. Libraries

 Record Group
Identifier: TU-LIB
These are collections that are bibliographic in nature or contain substantial bibliographic materials shelved in the Special Collections Stacks. They will generally be traced with a subject heading in the bibliographic catalog.

Found in 131 Collections and/or Records:

Coralea Rothman Library, Undated

 Collection
Identifier: 1997-001
Scope and Contents A collection of 'contemporary' French literature collected by Mrs. Coralea Rothman.
To view the catalog, click on the "External Documents" link below, which will take you to the McFarlin book catalog for a list of all the included volumes.
Please note that this is a group of BOOKS and not manuscript materials.
Dates: Undated

Cyril Vernon Connolly papers, 1912-1974

 Collection
Identifier: 1976-002
Scope and Contents This artificial collection was begun in 1976 with the acquisition of Connolly's library, which contained some manuscript materials. Gradually, further manuscripts and Connolly specific books were added. Literary critic, editor of Horizon magazine, and writer, these papers document Connolly's life and career
Dates: 1912 - 1974

Daisy Deen Dillingham Library, Undated

 Collection
Identifier: 1986-015
Scope and Contents A collection of books donated by Daisy Deen Dillingham in 1986.
To view the catalog, click on the "External Documents" link below, which will take you to the McFarlin book catalog for a list of all the included volumes.
Please note that this is a group of BOOKS and not manuscript materials.
Dates: Undated

David B. Cook library.

 Collection
Identifier: 2012-036
Content Description Personal library of monographs on theater arts, theater history, and other academic discipline; several drafts of various plays by TU President Emeritus Ben Henneke, several pieces of B. Henneke memorabilia, a working script of the Eugene O'Neill play "More Stately Mansions," a filmstrip collection on theater history,a photographic slide collection on theater history.
Dates: Record Keeping: 2017-10-12

Dime Novel Library, 1861-1920

 Collection
Identifier: 1970-001
Content Description A broad collection of dime novels and story papers offering examples of the development of popular culture, as well as depictions of Native Americans in the era. The 4000-plus dime novels in our collection, these valuable pieces capture the beginnings of American popular culture. Although in the modern age “dime novel” has become a term to describe any quickly written, lurid potboiler and as such is generally used as a pejorative to describe a sensationalized yet superficial piece of written...
Dates: 1861 - 1920

E. Nelson Bridwell comic book collection, 1943-1987

 Collection
Identifier: 1989-001
Scope and Contents Consists of comic books dating from 1943-1987 (some of which Bridwell had some hand in creating), ephemeral materials relating to his career, and personal memorabilia. The comic books are arranged alphabetically by title, then chronologically by date and number. Following the comic books are newspaper and magazine cuttings, issues of Comic Buyer’s Guide, and career-related ephemera. A framed caricature of Bridwell by John Johns is on exhibit within the department. Personal memorabilia includes...
Dates: 1943 - 1987

Edmund Wilson papers, 1911-1972

 Collection
Identifier: 1976-014
Scope and Contents Consists of 74 handwritten, typed and carbon copy typed letters, postcards and telegrams between Wilson and various editors at Doubleday & Company (including brief correspondence between Jason Epstein and Leonard Baskin concerning a proposed portrait of Wilson for a dust jacket), as well as correspondence with friends and colleagues such as Leon Edel, Helen Gould, Sidney Hook, Elizabeth Huling and Henry Miller. Also included are handwritten, typed, and carbon copy typed drafts of book...
Dates: 1911 - 1972

Edward Charles (E.C.E. Hemsted) papers, 1921-1961

 Collection
Identifier: 1979-010
Scope and Contents The collection is organized into three series: Series 1: Correspondence consists of letters between Charles and various publishers, his literary agent, fellow authors (including E.M. Forster, John Strachey, and H.G. Wells), colleagues and scientists, and Left Book Club groups; the correspondence dates from 1931-1961 and is arranged alphabetically by surname. Also within the correspondence is an autograph draft short story by Edith Charles and the typescript draft of Cecil I.B. Voge’s book, The...
Dates: 1921 - 1961