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This collections contains the papers of Minneapolis (Minnesota) poet, teacher, and arts consultant Margaret Hasse, including manuscripts, correspondence, and published works, as well as material related to her teaching and commissions.
Collection contains a typewritten manuscript.
Collection includes manuscripts, correspondence, and other editorial materials from Mark Vinz's work with three Minnesota publishers.
The collection contains a partial manuscript for "The Prophets for the Common Reader" handwritten in a spiral notebook plus two letters and a copy of the published book.
The collection comprises 23 handwritten and typewritten corrected manuscripts, and clippings of short stories and novels.
Collection contains manuscipt notes on lectures and on various books and manuscripts.
The collection consists of manuscripts, correspondence, and personal papers of the poet and teacher Michael Dennis Browne.
The collection contains Michael Gray's administrative, research and development materials, professional correspondence, manuscripts and published works pertaining to Bob Dylan, Frank Zappa and Elvis Presley.
The collection includes Illinois Volunteer Infantry and United States Army commissions awarded for gallantry in the Civil War, a law degree from Columbia University, and a wedding invitation.
This collection contains the master tape and outtakes of the 1978 documentary on poet, translator, and social activist, Robert Bly entitled A Man Writes to a Part of Himself. It also contains other films and audio recordings in which Bly appears.
This collection contains the records of Minneapolis (Minnesota) book publisher Milkweed Editions, originally founded by Emilie Buchwald and Randy "R.W." Scholes in 1979. The material includes manuscripts, correspondence, book design specifications, author biographies and press, administrative documentation, books, and issues of Milkweed Chronicle, the journal of art and literature published by the press from 1980 to 1987.
Includes manuscripts, account books, ships' journals, travel diaries, government manuscripts, journals, etc. purchased by Library staff and consolidated in one collection.
Collection includes publications, posters, broadsides, and project files created and collected by poet Morgan Grayce Willow.
Collection contains a manuscript with commentaries on Berryman's Dream Songs, and audio recordings on CD.
Collection contains newspaper clippings and correspondence.
Collection contains historical extracts, documents, undated letters, indexes, bibliography of Görres works, and an analysis of Görres' letters.
The collection comprises a mimeographed motion picture shooting script (152 leaves, 28 cm), autographed by Rita Hayworth and Orson Welles.
Includes publications, reviews, audio and video recordings, and other operational records created by the small press, Oxhead Press.
Collection includes magazine issues, flyers, and other ephemera.
This collections contains the papers of Saint Paul, Minnesota writer and educator Patricia Hampl, and includes: manuscripts, correspondence, and published works, as well as material related to her teaching, choral work, travels, and involvement with local and national literary organizations.
Includes pulp fiction novels collected by Paula Rabinowitz as inspiration for her 2014 book, American Pulp: How Paperbacks Brought Modernism to Main Street.
A collection of autographs and autographed letters and photographs from famous aviators.
The collection includes posters and pictorial materials covering architecture, travel, printing, the U.S. Civil War, the U.S. National Academy of Sciences, the United Nations, patriotism. Countries of origin and/or concern include the U.S., Latin America, Japan, Spain, France, U.S.S.R., Poland, Turkey, Britain, Germany, Austria, Scandinavia, Holland and Canada.
Collection includes publications, publicity, and other project files associated with the Powderhorn Writers Festival.
Contains correspondence, fanzines, and other publications by and about Ray H. Zorn, HP Lovecraft, and science fiction writing.
The collection comprises correspondence (April 17, 1945-August 13, 1945) relating to the problems of Special Services Division, Army Service Forces, in supplying U.S. Army troops in the Pacific Theater with athletic and recreation equipment, reading material and libraries. Reports and requisitions are also included.