Novelists, American -- 20th century.
Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings
Found in 10 Collections and/or Records:
Scope and Contents Consist of handwritten, typed, carbon copy typed and photocopied typescripts, galley proofs and page notes, of short stories, television scripts, and novels including The Family and The Woods (2 novels in the trilogy, The Francoeur Novels) and one segment, “Jean" in Difficult Women; also included are handwritten notes and typescripts from Plante’s collaboration with Jean Rhys for Smile Please, 2 manuscript notebooks, 67 carbon copy typescript reader’s reports submitted by Plante (each including...
Dates: 1963 - 1982
Scope and Contents Organized into 3 series:Series 1: Writings consists of Dahlberg's typescripts and photocopy typescripts of published and unpublished novels, novellas, short stories, essays; galleys and proof pages as well as paste-ups of binding designs and other pre-production material; and works edited by Harold W. Billings in which Dahlberg's works appear (e.g. The Leafless American; Edward Dahlberg. American Ishmael of Letters . A Selection of Critical Essays; A Bibliography of Edward Dahlberg)...
Dates: 1960 - 1971
Scope and Contents Series 1: Consists of 62 handwritten, typed or carbon copy typed letters, postcards, and telegrams to and/or from Hemingway and correspondents such as: the American Red Cross (to the French Consul in reference to Hemingway's appointment as an ambulance driver on the Italian front during WWI); publishers Curtis Brown Ltd., Jonathan Cape Limited, and A. P. Watt & Son; Marcel Duhanel, Ethel Feutress Gardner (to Grace Hall Hemingway, Ernest Hemingway's mother), Carol Hemingway, Guy Hickock,...
Dates: 1918 - 1968
Scope and Contents The Erskine Caldwell material is an artificial collection composed primarily of printed editions of his work, including such items as God's Little Acre, Tobacco Road, and American Earth. The collection also includes manuscript material for Erskine Caldwell's Gulf Coast Stories and original pen and ink drawings for by Louis Macouillard for Caldwell's When You Think Of Me.
Dates: 1930 - 1959; Record Keeping: Accession
Scope and Contents The ephemera is grouped into four subjects: Correspondence, Writings, Photographs and Miscellaneous.The correspondence consists of photocopied and photographically reproduced autograph letters by Fitzgerald and two greeting cards signed by Zelda Fitzgerald.The writings, dating from 1920-1976, include two typescript draft poems attributed to Fitzgerald by S. Donovan Swann, Jr.; a facsimile of an autograph draft of a promotional piece for This Side of Paradise, a program...
Dates: 1919 - 1976
Scope and Contents Consists of 8 handwritten and 93 typed letters, most with envelopes, from O'Connor to Cecil Dawkins. Included are a program for the 1963 commencement of Smith College at which O'Connor was awarded a Doctor of Letters degree and a photograph of O'Connor with Thomas Corwin Mendenhall, College President.
Dates: 1957 - 1964
Scope and Contents Correspondence and manuscripts of the American poet. Handwritten and carbon copy typescripts.
Dates: 1965 - 1974
Scope and Contents Consists of 210 handwritten or typed letters, postcards, and greeting cards, from Rose Macaulay to: Daniel George (literary critic and publisher's reader), Nancy Pearn (booking agent for Curtis Brown Ltd), St. John Adcock (editor of The Bookman), and others. Included are 2 carbon copy typed letters from Daniel George to Macaulay; a carbon copy typed draft of 2 poems, author unknown; and carbon copy typed draft in 2 versions of an obituary for Macaulay by Daniel George.
Dates: 1922 - 1956