Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject HeadingsScope Note: https://lccn.loc.gov/sh85147456
Found in 7 Collections and/or Records:
File — Box 4265.001: , Folder: 48
Scope and Contents This file contains a letter from Western American author Amelia Bean in Riverside, California, replying to a fan letter from Robert L. Hickman of New York, New York, about the 1958 publication of Bean's The Fancher Train, a fictional account of an historical event, the Mountain Meadows Massacre, which involved Mormons in Utah. Bean recommends a few books if Hickman wants to pursue the subject, and also commends her on questioning her Mormon elders when they said...
Dates: 1960 September 6
Overview This collection contains an unsigned, handwritten diary with details matching the life of magazine writer Elizabeth Chandler Hendrix, of Texas, who associated with key players in the Mexican Revolution (1910-1920). The diary covers her activities in Texas, Mexico, and New York during 1914-1915, including work on her novel My Brother's Keeper (1915). There is also a typed transcript of the diary.
Collection — Box 2961: 
Overview Newspaper clippings and a manuscript written by Hildreth
Overview Handwritten notes Octavia Walton Le Vert used during her lecture, "Home of the Brownings," which described her 1855 visit to the home of Elizabeth Barrett Browning and Robert Browning.
Dates: circa 1870
Overview Handwritten manuscript by Birmingham author Julia Neely Finch describing "an old-time Southern Mammy."
Dates: between 1900 and 1920
Overview Contains the papers of Alabama author and publisher, Jeanie Thompson. Includes poems and drafts by Thompson, as well as her Master's thesis and books How to Enter the River, Witness, and Litany for a Vanishing Landscape. There are no special restrictions placed on access to the Jeani Thompson papers, although literary and copyrights to her published and unpublished writings have not been...
Overview Two unpublished drafts, one is an untitled work and the other is in two parts with the title The Checkmaters.