Authors and publishers.
Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings
Found in 9 Collections and/or Records:
Scope and Contents The Additional Papers of John Rolph and the Scorpion Press consist of correspondence, business documents, publication notices, financial records, etc relating to the Press.
Scope and Contents Correspondence relating to the foreign rights for translations of Rhys's works including correspondence between Rhys's executor and her agents; correspondence between her agents and overseas publishers. Also includes miscellaneous correspondence including an inquiry from Richard Adams.
Scope and Contents The Elizabeth L. Banks correspondence consists of 46 autograph and typescript letters from the journalist to William Morris Colles of the Author's Syndicate. The content of the correspondence primarily concerns the writing and publishing of her work Autobiography of a Newspaper Girl (London: Metheun, 1902; and Dodd Mead in the United States) and a series of articles entitled In Cap and Apron. Correspondence dates from 1893 to 1903.
Scope and Contents Contains office copies of books published by Secker into which a variety of materials were laid in, tipped in, or pasted in to many of them. These materials include handwritten and typed cards, letters and royalty receipts; Richards Press and Martin Secker publication announcements; press cuttings of book reviews and articles; photographs and clipped photographic illustrations; handwritten poems and essays; and fragments of dust jackets and dust jacket blurbs.Items which could be...
Scope and Contents The Norman MacLeod archive of Rebecca West consists primarily of photocopies of manuscripts of some of West's major works and articles; photocopies of correspondence between West and others; correspondence relating to a proposed biography of West; and documents and correspondence regarding West's estate.
Scope and Contents Approximately 28,300 letters addressed to the London Centre of the P.E.N. Club complemented by carbon copies of approximately 23,200 letters from the General Secretaries and their respective assistants. The correspondence spans roughly the years 1940 to 1980, bridging Herman Ould's administrative command which ended wih his death in 1951, the years 1951-1974 in which David Carver was International Secretary, Tresurer, and General Secretary of the London Centre, and more recentlly Pater...
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...
Scope and Contents This is an artificial collection comprised from several purchases. It includes correspondence, dating from 1931 to 1934, between Sassoon and Thomas Balston of Gerald Duckworth & Co., Ltd., Morchard Bishop, Raymond Mortimer and Arthur Waley, as well as writings including 8 individual autograph poems, a galley proof of This Glib Garland (1931), and drafts, mock-up, and proof copy of Poems by Pinchbeck Lyre (1931). Also included is a 1920 studio portrait of Sassoon inscribed to him by J.B....
Scope and Contents Consists of correspondence from poets, artists, musicians, writers, and publishers to Michael Andre, founder and editor. The archive includes manuscripts (not used for publication), advertising, gallery announcements, circulars, photographs, art work and mechanicals, transcriptions of interviews with poets (including Ginsberg), and recordings of interviews and readings.