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.
Creator: Carlson, I. Marc, 1962-
Found in 131 Collections and/or Records:
Content Description The Graham Greene Collection is comprised to a large extent of foreign language editions for each of his books. For instance, The Power and the Glory is represented by 59 editions in 15 languages, including Icelandic, Danish, Norwegian, Swedish, German, Dutch, Flemish, Spanish, Portuguese, French, Italian, Polish, Czech, Hebrew, Finnish, and Japanese. This collection is of particular interest to translators who need access to previous translations in order to make comparisons and reach...
Dates: 1892 - 1978
Scope and Contents The Graham Greene papers, housed in a half-sized legal document box, consists of 24 (11 autograph, 12 typescript, and 1 carbon copy typescript) letters between Graham Greene and Vivien Greene; between Vivien Greene and her solicitors, Dorothy Glover (Craigie), Marion Greene (ex mother-in-law), Maud Greene (Graham Greene's aunt), and others; and dates from 1948-1962. Included with the papers are a photograph album containing snaps of the Greene's honeymoon and other travels; a signed autograph...
Dates: 1948 - 1962
Content Description Harlan I. Smith Anthropology and Archaeology Collection is a library of works collected by Smith over his life and career dealing with North American Anthropology, Native Americans, and Archaeology.
Dates: 1889 - 1917
Scope and Contents This archive, and its accompanying library, were acquired by Guy Logsdon, then Library Director, in 1977. It is ascribed to Harold Leventhal, who was a folk music manager, handling such musicians as the Weavers, Woody Guthrie, Peter, Paul and Mary and Joan Baez. This archive includes an selection of correspondence of the noted activist Ammon Hennacy as well as biographical materials.
Dates: 1885 - 1978; Majority of material found within 1902 - 1975
Scope and Contents Harriet G. Barclay was Professor of Botany at the University of Tulsa, teaching part-time at the University of Tulsa between 1929 and 1942, and later assuming a full-time position in 1942. In 1949, she was promoted to Professor of Botany and in 1953 was appointed Chair of the Botany department. In 1958 she received a National Science Foundation grant for a year of botanical research in the Andes of Colombia, Ecuador and Venezuela. She retired in 1972, at which time she was appointed Professor...
Dates: 1921 - 1986
Content Description In 1977, the University of Tulsa acquired the Harriet Shaw Weaver Collection of James Joyce from the National Book League in England. Through her editorial connections with the magazine The Egoist, Miss Weaver was associated with such figures as Wyndham Lewis, Ezra Pound, and T. S. Eliot, but she is better known for her relationship with James Joyce. With her help, The Egoist serialized Joyce's first novel, A Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man, and in 1917 she published this novel under The...
Dates: Existence: 1725 - 1977
Scope and Contents This collection of newspapers from various cities throughout the United States date from approximately 1759 through 1980.
Content Description The Guild has a library of materials dedicated to documenting and educating about the history and practices of the shoe and bootmaking trade. These titles are available to guild members and to the general public.The H.C.C. Guild Library consists of several parts: the library collections, the reprint library, and the papers. The principle library is a small collection of antique and modern technical works and periodicals on shoemaking and related subjects, as well as several collections of...
Scope and Contents This artificial collection was begun in 2005 to create a library of historical household manuals and recipe books (cookbooks) showing the development of the form.