Publishers and publishing.
Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings
Found in 15 Collections and/or Records:
Scope and Contents Consists of editorial, production and publicity files for approximately 2000 books published by this London firm. Includes correspondence with Jean Rhys, Stevie Smith, and V.S. Naipaul, among many others. Also represents a great deal of the work of Deutsch editor Diana Athill who influenced women's writing in Britain.
Dates: 1952 - 1995
Scope and Contents J. Howard Woolmer collecton of Poetry Bookshop research materials consists largely of Woolmer's research materials and pre-publication drafts of the bibliography but includes PBS manuscripts and ephemeral printing. The collection is organized into two series: Series 1: Correspondence: Joy Grant: letters from British writers and collegues of Harold Monro in reply to Grant as she wrote Harold Monro and the Poetry Bookshop (London: Routledge and Kegan Paul, 1967) including correspondents J.R. ...
Dates: 1913 - 1988
Scope and Contents This collection consists of the pre-publication efforts of John G. Gammie, professor of Religion at the University of Tulsa, for his work The Sage in Israel and the Ancient Near East, co-edited with Leo G. Perdue and published by Eisenbrauns in 1990. Included are the original proposal for the volume, the contract with the publisher, correspondence between Gamie and other scholars asking if they would contribute to the volume of essays, letters of refusal, and correspondence between the authors...
Dates: approximately 1990
Scope and Contents Clippings, primarily from the 1930s-1960s, gathered by Kay Parkhurst Easson regarding V. Sackville-West and Leonard Woolf.
Dates: 1920 - 1980
Scope and Contents The Margaret Crosland correspondence consists of approximately 250 handwritten letters, postcards and typed letters from Crosland to Peter Owen and /or the associates of Peter Owen Ltd. (Elizabeth Moore, Elfreda "Freda" Powell, and Michael Levien); approximately 265 carbon copy typed letters from Peter Owen and/or his associates to Crosland; and other occasional related typed letters between Crosland and/or Peter Owen Ltd. With other publishers, translators, authors, etc. Please note that many...
Dates: 1955 - 1969
Scope and Contents An artificial collection that consists of single and/or small groups of letters, small groups of related literary materials, individual or small groups of manuscripts such as poems and similar individual pieces which were deemed at one time to be of sufficient bulk to be placed into separate collections. These materials were acquired independently of larger collections. The period covered is primarily the first half or so of the twentieth century, but there are selected items dating well into...
Dates: 1862 - 1989; Majority of material found within 1925 - 1970
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...
Dates: 1932 - 1983
Scope and Contents Papers relating to the translations and publication of works by Amelia Biagioni, Rosita Copioli, Susana Thénon, Giovanni Ramella Bagneri, Renzo Barsacchi, Mariella Bettarini, Olga Orozco, Luisa Giaconi, Massimo Mori, Liliana Lukin, Vincenzo Pardini, Sandro Penna, Margherita Guidacci, Vivian Larmarque, Gianna Manzini, Guido Gozzano, Marcello Pirro, Dino Buzzati, Giorgio Luzzi, and Giorgio Chiesura; as well as correspondence American Literary Translators Association, and the National Endowment...
Dates: 1958 - 2012
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...