Folklore -- Russia
Found in 12 Collections and/or Records:
Arnold Lobel Papers
The Arnold Lobel papers contain materials, both written and illustrative, related to Lobel's work as a creator of children's books.
Dorothy Van Woerkom Papers
The collection contains drafts, correspondence, and related materials for titles by Dorothy Van Woerkom.
Helen Siegl Papers
The collection contains woodcut illustrations for two children's books illustrated by Helen Siegl.
Imero Gobbato Papers
The collection contains illustrative material in various media, for a dozen children's books illustrated by Gobbato.
James Riordan Papers
The James Riordan Papers contain research material and notes related to Riordan's research on Russian folklore.
Margaret Hodges Papers
The collection contains production material for juvenile titles published by author Margaret Hodges.
Margaret Yatsevitch Phinney Papers
Margaret Yatsevich Phinney's papers include publication material for children's books written by Phinney.
Mirra Ginsburg Papers
The collection contains production material related to Mirra Ginsburg's career as a translator and author of children's books.
Pierr Morgan Papers
The Pierr Morgan Papers contain production material related to several children's book illustrated or written and illustrated by Morgan.
Ray Cruz Papers
Collection contains illustrations for three children's books.
Rebecca Hourwich Reyher Papers
The Rebecca Hourwich Reyher Papers contains written production material for one title, My Mother is the Most Beautiful Woman in The World, including typescripts, correspondence, clippings, reviews, and legal documents regarding a copyright infringement lawsuit.
Thomas P. Whitney Papers
Collection contains typescripts for two children's books translated by Thomas P. Whitney.