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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.
The collection contains George Perrigo Conger's personal correspondence with colleagues in his field of philosophy and a collection of autographs of the leading philosophers of the past. In addition, Conger's notes and drafts for his book "Epitomization" are included.
This collection contains published works by and about poet, translator, and activist, Robert Bly. In addition, there is a small amount of articles by and about Bly, as well as a catalog from a small press which features many Bly-related materials.
The collection includes propaganda leaflets, newspapers, booklets, pamphlets, stickers, and postcards distributed by the various political parties in Germany, prior to the election of 1932 and Nazi period. Included are items from the Nazi, Communist, Socialist, Centrist and Catholic parties.
The collection includes writings and personal papers of noted science fiction author Gordon Dickson. Materials include correspondence, manuscripts of published and unpublished short stories, novels, novelettes, anthology material and non-fiction articles, book reviews, books, journals, and clippings, together with notes, outlines, drafts and proofs.
This collection include books, manuscripts, proofs, catalogs, and AV materials related to Graywolf Press.
Collection comprises a photocopy of the typewritten version of the diary
The collection includes General Boatner’s 50-page statement refuting, rebutting, and correcting certain passages in Ms Tuchman’s book, which refer to either General Boatner’s career in the China-Burma-India theatre, World War II, or to events in which he participated.
The Deutsch papers comprise declassified OSS reports and transcripts of interrogations of German officials of World War II.
Collection contains video recordings, audio cassettes and a digital file. The performances recorded were directed by Haydn Reiss.
The microfilmed collection contains correspondence exchanged between Howard Phillips Lovecraft and Edgar Hoffmann Price on literary matters, between October 3, 1932 and November 11, 1937.
The collection consists of 5 holograph postcards (Aug. 31, 1934 to Sept. 2, 1926), 10 holograph letters (Aug. 14, 1934 to Aug. 14, 1935), 1 typescript letter (Jan. 16, 1936), one chain letter (typescript and holograph, undated), one typescript letter signed by August Derleth (April 21, 1968).
The collection comprises one typewritten manuscript, corrected.
Collection contains letters from Robert Bly to James Dickey, and letters to and from Dickey's publishers.
Includes broadsides, books, correspondence, clippings, and conference materials about Robert Bly and Bill Holm.
Collection contains correspondence, journals, manuscripts, typescripts and galley proofs of James Wright's poetry and prose works. In addition, there are photographs, clippings and other writings about Wright, plus teaching notes from his various academic posts.
Collection contains manuscripts, notes, typescripts, galleys and proofs of works in poetry and prose. Also includes photographs, diaries, awards, financial records and other personal papers.
This collection contains advertising for the annual Robert Bly Great Mother and New Father conferences. In addition, correspondence, evaluations, and reports of the conference are included. Finally, there is a draft of the presentation John Rosenwald made at the "Robert Bly in This World" conference sponsored by the University of Minnesota Libraries in 2009 which documents the history of the Great Mother Conference, begun in 1975.
Collection includes Joseph A. Amato's early writing, correspondence, reviews, lectures and talks, materials related to his research, and a library of both Amato’s published works and personally annotated books.
Collection contains personal correspondence, family photographs, inter-office memos, advertisements and brochures, photographs, and scrapbooks
This collection contains audio recordings of a 2002 London reading of Persian poetry in translation by poet and translator Robert Bly, correspondence regarding publishing the recordings, and posters of various Bly readings. In addition, there is a 2008 edition of Shokaran, a literary magazine published in Tehran, Iran, devoted entirely to Bly's poetry.
Collection contains research, drafts, manuscripts, and correspondence.
Collection contains a near complete run of The Crow newsletters from 1993-2012.
The contents of the Jenkins Papers reflect Jenkins involvement in creating poetry.
Collection contains an edited draft of Erdrich's book, The Round House.
The collection of production materials includes the original manuscript (typescript, 427 leaves), uncorrected repro proofs, a corrected paged galley and two corrected long galleys.
The collection includes correspondence, ships' bills of outfit and shipping receipts, bills of sale, deeds, contracts, wills, court proceedings, and receipts for whaling, all involving individuals, ships or property located in or around Sag Harbor, New York, and reprints of articles written by Willey dealing with various aspects of the history of Sag Harbor.
Contains Marcia Pankake's research and drafts from editing books for and about the radio show A Prairie Home Companion.