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Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings

Found in 14 Collections and/or Records:

Alabama Writers Hall of Fame Papers

Identifier: MSS-4111
Overview Programs, as well as other memorabilia, for the Alabama Writers Hall of Fame induction ceremony
Dates: 2015 June 8

Babs and Borden Deal papers

Identifier: MSS-3597
Overview Articles, newspaper sections, and copies of stories.
Dates: 20th c.

Elise Ayers Sanguinetti Papers

Identifier: MSS-0098
Abstract This collection consists of the correspondence, manuscripts, and galley proofs, as well as reviews and notices of Elise Ayers Sanguinetti, the Alabama author of The Last of the Whitfields (1962), The New Girl (1964), The Dowager (1968), and McBee's Station (1972).
Dates: 1929 - 2003

John Beecher Collection

Identifier: MSS-3226
Scope and Contents This collection contains a variety of newspaper and periodical clippings about John Beecher, his appearances and poetry readings, and reviews of his published works. Press releases are included as well. Most of the clippings were collected by Barbara Beecher. There are Web pages about John Beecher printed out by Martha Huie included in the collection. There is a small amount of correspondence and three sound recordings of the author reading his poetry.
Dates: unknown

Jonathan Daniels letter, 1970 October 5

 File — Box WSC001: [1006241611], Folder: W0129.14
Scope and Contents A letter from Jonathan Daniels, dated October 5, 1970, explaining to Dr. Abernathy how two copies of his (Daniels') book were sent to Abernathy. Daniels also tells Abernathy about his progress on his next book.
Dates: 1970 October 5

Mary Carlyle Aitken Letter

Identifier: MSS-0015
Abstract A letter dated 5 November 1873 to an unidentified recipient from Thomas Carlyle's niece, Mary Aitken, concerning an error in Carlyle's Sartor Resartus.
Dates: 1873-11-05

Thomas McAdory Owen correspondence on A Bibliography of Mississippi

Identifier: W-0093
Overview Contains correspondence between Thomas McAdory Owen and Mississippi authors and scholars regarding Owen's A Bibliography of Mississippi.
Dates: 1896-1909

Postcard to Hendrick W. van Loon, 1918 October 11

 File — Box 4265.001: [1006233187], Folder: 28
Scope and Contents One postcard to author and historian Hendrick W. van Loon, Esq, at the Netherlands Club, New York, from R. E. Mae Kungir(?) in a US Troop camp in England. The writer addresses van Loon as "Old Friend" and says, "even if you couldn't keep me awake with graphic word pictures of Erasmus and his illegitimate Satiyrsguruua you could make me remember always the professor and teacher who was scholarly without being pedantic ..."
Dates: 1918 October 11

Prentiss Ingraham and Joseph H. Ingraham Scrapbook

Identifier: MSS-0729
Abstract Material relating to "dime novelist" Prentiss Ingraham and his father, Joseph Holt Ingraham, kept by Prentiss's daughter, Rosa. Included are clippings, letters, poetry, photographs and other items, and a a list of books by Ingraham held by the W. S. Hoole Library.
Dates: 1839 - 1950; Majority of material found within 1868 - 1950

Ralph S. Bradley Manuscript and Letters

Identifier: MSS-1824
Abstract Collection contains a photocopied manuscript of Ralph Bradley’s Above Mortal: Novel in Three Parts and three letters of condolences to R. S. Bradley, Jr. after the death of Ralph S. Bradley, Sr.
Dates: 1998

Robert Loveman Papers

Identifier: MSS-0879
Abstract This collection consists primarily of correspondence, 1884-1923, to and from a University of Alabama graduate, author, and poet.
Dates: 1884 - 1981

Robinson Jeffers Papers

Identifier: MSS-0749
Abstract Letters, manuscripts of unpublished poems, first editions and published pieces by this California poet.
Dates: 1904 - 1964; Majority of material found within 1930 - 1948

James Still papers

Identifier: MSS-3525
Overview Audio tapes, newspaper sections, letters, and copies of poems that all pertain to James Still
Dates: 1968-1992

Lois Smyer Wilkinson papers

Identifier: MSS-3505
Overview Two plays by Wilkinson.
Dates: circa 1964