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Collection includes correspondence, manuscripts, proofs, and other documentation of nine books published by Afton Historical Society Press (now known as Afton Press).
Collection contains letters to and from various members of the Ueland family (bulk), clippings, photographs, and miscellaneous other writing.
Collection includes correspondence (bulk), clippings, and personal effects of John Berryman, collected or received by Ann Berryman.
Personal papers of Archer Gilfillan, a writer, consisting primarily of coded diaries maintained during his time as a sheepherder in South Dakota, from 1924 to 1933, along with correspondence and publications.
The collection includes copies of his speeches, often reworked for different audiences, articles and publications, tapes of his presentations (1950-1956), and other materials. Also included are some personal correspondence and recordings.
The collection consists of material assembled by Dr. White while he was associated with the US-AEC. Materials about atomic energy include correspondence, notes, reports, photographs, clippings, and publications.
Collection includes 10 books once owned by poet Robert Bly and subsequently purchased by poet Barton Sutter. The books in the collection contain marginalia and many include as select correspondence and other notes tucked inside the pages.
This collections contains the papers of Minnesota poet, musician, and essayist Bill Holm (1943-2009), including manuscripts, correspondence, published works, journals, publicity, teaching curricula, and materials collected from Holm's travels.
Collection includes office records, correspondence, financial records, promotional materials, and copies of publications for the books, poetry calendars, and magazine, Rag Mag, published by the press.
Collection contains signed photographed and signed letters from noted Minnesotans from the first half of the 20th century.
The collection contains correspondence with editors of pulp magazines and drafts of short stories written for a variety of magazines.
The Carl Reichmann papers include many documents, chiefly relating to his military career in the United States and South Africa, as well as immigration and naturalization documents and other personal papers.
The papers of Carol Bly encompass her writings from childhood through her career as a professional author. The collection is especially rich in correspondence, notes from the many writing workshops and courses she has conducted, and drafts of her works.
The collection contains letters, papers and documents of Charles Stuart. The letters were primarily written during his ambassadorship to France (1815-1830) and deal with such subjects as Gibraltar, Portugal, Mexico, the West Indies and France.
The collection includes correspondence to and from Wright (mostly on topics concerning books), a collection of memoranda, lists and notes regarding the cataloging of several collections including Lord Harewood's library, a library at Buxted Park, and the library of the Reverend W. Bowens.
The collection contains manuscripts of plays, short stories, and a novel.
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Papers of Minnesota author Claude Carlos Washburn, including correspondence, manuscripts, and ephemera.
The collection includes correspondence, literary manuscripts, pamphlets and other printed material, and clippings of reviews of Simak's works.
Collection contains letters and postcards.
The collection contains correspondence (1970-74), speeches, book reviews, and manuscripts of short stories and articles.
The collection comprises a typewritten manuscript of the book.
Collection includes correspondence, records for the Laurel Poetry Collective, books, broadsides, and other personal papers from poet Deborah Keenan.
The collection contains audio recordings of the Mendocino Men's Conferences in 1991 (13 tapes), "A Day for Men with Robert Bly" from Santa Barbara, CA, and "Matter and the Longing for God," a ten part series by Ruth and Robert Bly. It also contains a two page personal reflection of "Iron John" written by Donald Morrison, and an index to the Mendocino tapes.
The collection contains photocopies of typescripts for two sets of memoirs written by Price: Trooper of the 15th Horseand Friends of Yesteryear: Fictioneers and Others.
Collection contains the personal papers of writer and editor Emilie Buchwald, including materials related to the press Milkweed Editions.
The collection includes Shenehon family papers including the Judson Cross papers, the Cross-Shenehon family ancestry papers, the Lewis Washburn Child papers, personal papers of family members, and many photographs. Included are F.C. Shenehon’s Regulation of Niagara and St. Lawrence Rivers(1919), and Preservation of Niagara Falls(1911), with other publications and unpublished papers.
The collection contains papers relating to Elli's book, The Riot, including correspondence, clippings, criticisms, a typewritten manuscript, and galley proof . The collection also includes correspondence course lessons, Elli's autobiography, and "Skid Row Santa," a short story manuscript.
Collection contains 10 videotape recordings of the Frederick Manfred Memorial Services, October 1, 1994, recorded by Mike Hazard.
The collection consists solely of autographed photographic portraits of leading French men and women. Included are George Clemenceau, Jean Cocteau, Ferdinand Foch, André Maurois, and Raymond Poincaré.