Publishers and publishing
Found in 21 Collections and/or Records:
Arthur A. Levine is the publisher of many children's books, including the U.S. edition of Harry Potter and Philip Pullman. His papers consists of correspondence, personal and conference material, and editoral files.
The Ava Weiss collection of art primarily consists of artwork and sketches given to Weiss by various children's book illustrators. The collection also contain a historical print and a manuscript, as well as various greeting cards.
The collection contains materials related to Barbara Fleisher Zucker's research into the Natural History Press and juvenile science magazines produced by the Press and the American Museum of Natural History during the mid-20th century.
This collection contains proofs, promotional material, and other publishing material from different authors and illustrators whose work was edited by Charles Kochman and published by Abrams Books, including Jeanne Steig, Jon Scieszka, Jeff Kinney, Stephen Hillenburg, and Jennifer George.
The Gingerbread House and Josephine Nobisso Papers contains the manuscripts, proofs, illustrations, and dummies for Gingerbread House Publishing, a children's literature publishing agency. The collection also includes Josephine Nobisso's personal papers.
Records (1953-1963) of the Slovenian American newspaper Glas Naroda include correspondence, subscriber lists, and editorial material. Also included is correspondence pertaining to Anna Pracek Krasna's book selling business, and letters to publishing houses in Slovenia.
Papers (1921-1972) of Mary Mokarzel contain personal correspondence; business records; photographs; advertisements; and miscellany. Mokarzel succeeded her father as publisher of the Arab-American newspaper Al-Hoda. Also included are subscription lists for the Lebanese American Journal. Correspondents include Sheik Pierre Gemayel; William M. Kunstler; Khilil Habib Sayegh; Leonard S. Tack; Nacib Trabulsi and others.
This collection contains the work of poet, writer, translator, activist, performer, literary editor, and publisher, Robert Bly. The materials include manuscripts, correspondence, journals, audiovisual items, photographs, publishers' galley proofs, news clippings, scrapbooks, and school assignments from childhood through Harvard, U.S. Naval service, State University of Iowa, and his career in writing, translating, and publishing poetry, prose, and plays.
This collection documents Susan Hirschman’s tenure as an editor of children’s literature from 1967-2001. The materials are primarily correspondence between Hirschman and the authors and illustrators working with Greenwillow Books.
Contains drafts and material related to the publication of the English translation of one title by Thomas and Wanda Zacharias.
The collection contains art, manuscript and production materials for books authored or illustrated by Robert Kraus, as well records pertaining to Windmill Books, personal papers and photographs.
Reports, correspondence, audio-visual material, and other records of the National Council of YMCA's Program Services Committee and the YMCA of the USA's Program Store documenting various YMCA programs, including refugee work during the late 1940s and 1950s, and programs aimed at alleviating social problems, such as homelessness and unemployment during the Great Depression and teenage drug use later in the 1990s.