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Fratelli Alinari
Fratelli Alinari was an Italian firm founded in Florence in 1852 by the three Alinari brothers, Romualdo, Leopoldo, and Giuseppe. Fratelli Alinari became one of the largest and most prolific European photography firms of the 19th and 20th centuries. By 1880 the firm employed over 100 people. Alinari specialized in views of Italy and the reproduction of works of art. [] Consists of an open collection of photographs by Fratelli Alinari depicting several sites in Greece.

Alexandre Dumas Proofs, circa 1874
0.2 linear feet 1 half manuscript box

Dumas, Alexandre, 1802-1870
Consists of hand-corrected proofs of Alexandre Dumas père's 1854 play, La Jeunesse de Louis XIV, as revised by Alexandre Dumas fils, circa 1874. Written by Dumas père while he was in exile in Belgium, the play was rejected by censors in Paris. Although it was published in the Michel Lévy's edition of Dumas père's Théâtre Complet, the play had only been performed in Brussels, Belgium. This version by Dumas fils contains rewrites, additions, and cuts throughout, and was performed in Paris in 1874.

Cuban Writers Protest and Dissent, 2007
2 boxes 0.8 linear feet

Buscaglia-Salgado, José F.
Consists of formal speeches and over three hundred e-mails collected by Prof. José Buscaglia-Salgado regarding the demands of scholars, intellectuals, and artists for changes in the official doctrine of the Cuban Revolution laid down in a speech by Fidel Castro.
Lanier, Jessica
The collection consists of set decorator Jessica Lanier's set photographs for several of Woody Allen's films, including Sweet and Lowdown (1999), Small Time Crooks (2000), and The Curse of the Jade Scorpion (2001), as well as her copies of shooting scripts and revisions. Photographs consist of contemporary color prints and Polaroids, as well as some negatives.
Windborne Productions
Consists of eleven Betacam video tapes containing an interview of Ernest Gordon (1916-2002) about his capture and internment in the Japanese camps in Burma and Siam (now Myanmar and Thailand) during World War II, along with raw scenes, stills, and B-roll. The videos were shot in the Princeton University Chapel in May 1991 by Windborne Productions, which was then working on a project to turn Gordon's book Through the Valley of the Kwai into a feature film.
Liu, Binyan, 1925-2005.
Consists of papers of Chinese journalist and political dissident Liu Binyan, including manuscripts, notes, drafts of speeches, reviews, correspondence, audiocassettes of interviews, and other material.

Joseph O'Connor Papers, 1981-2020 (mostly 1989-2020)
23.2 linear feet 18 boxes 25.4 GB 762 digital files

OʼConnor, Joseph, 1963-
Joseph O'Connor is an Irish novelist, screenwriter, playwright, journalist, broadcaster, poet, and professor of creative writing. The collection consists of drafts, research, publicity, and recordings related to O'Connor's books and plays for radio, screen, and stage; as well as notebooks and diaries, correspondence, business and publicity files, and photographs.

Jonathan Williams Collection, 1980-2002
1 box 0.2 linear feet

Williams, Jonathan, 1929-2008
Consists primarily of letters by Jonathan Williams (or under the name of his poet's press, Jargon Society) to author and philanthropist Barnabas McHenry.

Miguel Correa Novels, 1980-1987
2 boxes 0.70 linear feet

Correa, Miguel, 1956-
Miguel Correa is an author from Cuba. The collection consists of different manuscript version of two of Correa's novels: Fragmentos del Discurso Humano (2001) and Al Norte de Infierno (1984). There are also some notes for an article in the papers.
Moore, Robert H.
Consists of Robert Moore's files on Ernest Gordon (1916-2002), WWII veteran, author, and former Presbyterian dean of the Princeton University chapel, including correspondence, applications, programs, clippings, and other materials relating to Moore's nomination of Gordon for the 2002 Templeton Prize for Progress in Religion; the motion picture "To End All Wars" (2001) based on Gordon's book "Through the Valley of the Kwai" (1962) (including the DVD); Gordon's death; and CREED (Christians Efforts for the Emancipation of Dissidents). Correspondents include Gordon and other notable figures.
Slater, Ann Tashi
Consists of typescript drafts by Cuban writers collected by American author, translator, and educator Ann Tashi Slater (Princeton Class of 1984) on a trip to Cuba in 1987, with some later additions. Included are drafts of short stories and novels, primarily science fiction, by more than twelve different authors, one audio recording of Cuban writer Reinaldo Arenas, and some letters.

"Myself and Others" by Alexander Brook, 1979
1 box 0.2 linear feet

Brook, Alexander, 1898-1980
Consists of a Xerox copy of a typed manuscript of "Myself and Others," the unpublished autobiography of Brook, containing many observations on the art world of the 1920s and 1930s.

Selected Correspondence of Margaret Randall, 1977-1999
6 boxes 2 items 2.5 linear feet

Randall, Margaret, 1936-
The Selected Correspondence of Margaret Randall consists of letters exchanged between the American Marxist, poet, editor, author Margaret Randall, and many Latin American poets, writers, journalists, editors, and friends. Also included are subject files, articles, and printed matter relating to Cuba and Nicaragua. Randall was born in New York, but spent most of her adult life in Latin America. In 1961 she moved from Albuquerque, New Mexico to Mexico, then to Cuba in 1969, and from there to Nicaragua in 1980, returning to Albuquerque in 1984.

Joe Walker Kraus Collection, 1977-1983
4 boxes 1.5 linear feet

Kraus, Joe Walker, 1917-2010
Joe Walker Kraus was an American librarian. His collection includes working papers for two publishers and bibliographies of books they published, some working papers, and some correspondence.

Sin, One Way, Economy Class, 1976
1 box 0.2 linear feet

Caldwell, Lucy.
Consists of a typescript, with a few corrections, for Sin, One Way, Economy Class (1976) by author Lucy Caldwell, concerning her work in Vietnam in support of the American armed forces during the Vietnamese Conflict, 1961-1975.
Koch, Dolores
Dolores Koch is a noted translator and reviewer of Latin American literature. The materials in this collection were accumulated during her work with Reinaldo Arenas, a Cuban writer living in New York City. Koch translated two of Arenas's books and worked as part of a team handling publication and rights for his work after his death in 1990.
Chavkin, Samuel, 1913-1994.
Consists of 59 audio recordings and selected correspondence and articles by American journalist Samuel Chavkin, who covered events in Chile for various publications in the 1970s, primarily after the military junta of 1973.

Juan Abreu Papers, 1974-1975
1 box 0.2 linear feet

Abreu, Juan
Consists of manuscripts of A la Sombra del Mar and Libro de los Exhortaciones al Amor, notes, and one letter from Abreu to Reinaldo Arenas.
Luck, Owen Craig, 1947-
Consists of photographs taken by American photographer Owen Luck, which are arranged according to three separate series: Wounded Knee 1973, Menominee 1975, and Pine Ridge Reservation life 2000-2001.
Vuelta : revista mensual
The Vuelta Editorial Files is comprised of the publishing files of Vuelta (1976-1998), the Mexican journal of literature, politics, art, and cultural commentary. Includes author files, correspondence between editors, writers, translators, scholars, and rights publishing companies, and administrative and project files. Includes original and photocopy typescript and handwritten manuscript submissions of articles, interviews, translations, narrative, and poetry. Related research materials such as press clippings and printed material are also found in the author files and correspondence. Included in the files are documents relating to Encuentro Vuelta - El Siglo XX: La Experiencia de la Libertad, a televised conference series program organized by Vuelta in 1990 about the rise of socialism in Eastern Europe. Series 6 includes various booklets and speech materials from the Nobel Prize ceremony in 1990, the year Octavio Paz was awarded the Nobel Prize in Literature.

Pablo Le Riverend Correspondence, 1971-1987
1 box 0.2 linear feet

Le Riverend, Pablo, 1907-
Consists of letters to Cuban-American poet Pablo Le Riverend from Cuban émigré poets Lucas Lamadrid y Moya (1919-1987) and Matías Montes Huidobro (1931- ) and from Spanish poet Miguel Luesma Castán.

Plural Editorial Files, 1971-1976
6 boxes 2.5 linear feet

Plural : revista cultural de Excélsior
The Plural Editorial Files is comprised of the editorial correspondence of Plural (1971-1976), the Mexican journal of literature, politics, art, and cultural commentary. Files include correspondence with Plural editors and personnel Octavio Paz, Kazuya Sakai, Danubio Torres Fierro, José de la Colina, Sonia Levy-Spira, Julio Scherer García, Tomás Segovia, and others. Contributor correspondence include a wide range national and international of writers, publishers, and intellectuals from Latin America, United States, and Europe.
Gutiérrez, Pedro Juan, 1950-
La colección consiste de borradores, incluyendo prosa, poesía, y guiones; ensayos y crónicas; poesía visual; material de investigación; diarios; cuadernos; material impreso con entrevistas y textos de Pedro Juan Gutiérrez; recortes; fotografías; correspondencia; archivos digitales; y otros documentos.

Words Press Records, 1970-2018
4.2 linear feet 5 boxes

Words Press
Words Press is a British publishing imprint specializing in poetry that has been operated by Julian Nangle (1947- ) since the 1970s. The collection includes extensive correspondence with authors, publishers, and booksellers, submission and proof copies and other publishing materials related to serials produced by the press, author files, prospectuses and ephemera related to other small publishers, and administrative records.
Ferré, Rosario, 1942-.
Consists of papers of Rosario Ferré, a Puerto Rican novelist, short story writer, essayist, and poet who edited Zona de carga y descarga, a prominent Puerto Rican literary magazine, between 1972 and 1975.
Liss, Peggy K.
The Peggy Liss Collection on Carlos Fuentes consists of photographs, public relations materials, newspaper clippings, reviews, articles, publications, and program outlines pertaining to the collaboration between Peggy K. Liss and Carlos Fuentes on the television documentary series, The Buried Mirror.

Theodor Kallifatides Papers, 1970-1990
0.8 linear feet 2 boxes

Kallifatides, Theodor (1938-)
Consists of correspondence with Kallifatides's parents in Greece; family correspondence; autograph manuscripts and typescripts of his work; and some printed material and documents.

Lorenzo García Vega Papers, 1969-2008
7 boxes 2.8 linear feet

García Vega, Lorenzo
Lorenzo García Vega is a Cuban writer best known for his involvement in the literary group Orígenes. The collection consists of selected manuscripts, notebooks, correspondence and clippings.
Cortés, Aurelio
The Aurelio Cortés Collection of Reinaldo Arenas contains a small collection of letters and correspondence with Reinaldo Arenas and others, as well as typewritten drafts of Arenas' articles and essays, some of which are dedicated to Cortés, a personal friend. Also present are typewritten drafts of Cortés' own work on his friendship with Arenas.

A. Walton Litz Papers, 1969-1993
5 boxes 4.4 linear feet

Litz, A. Walton.
A. Walton Litz was a member of the Princeton Class of 1951, and later became the Holmes Professor of English Literature at Princeton, where he taught from 1956-1993 (?). Consists of Litz's English literature course materials and preliminary chapters for the Cambridge History of Literary Criticism, Volume 7 (2000), edited by Litz, Louis Menand, and Lawrence Rainey.
Garland Publishing, Inc.
This collection consists of correspondence of various Garland Publishing, Inc. staff members with authors, editors, and others, concerning permissions, copyrights, and production and editorial matters relating to their publication of facsimile and reprint editions of works by established writers. Also present are company catalogs and brochures arranged in two series, chronologically (1987-1996) and by subject.

Robert M. McClung Manuscripts, 1969-1980
10 boxes 2 items 3.6 linear feet

McClung, Robert M.
Robert M. McClung (Princeton's Class of 1939) was an American writer of children's fiction and non-fiction, especially about animals and natural history. His papers contain five manuscripts of published works by McClung on wildlife conservation and endangered species. The collection includes the original edited typescripts, outlines, workbooks and notes, page and galley proofs, Xerox copies, reference material, maps, and illustrations of the books, as well as related correspondence.
Kronenberger, Louis, 1904-1980
Consists of twenty one letters from American author and critic Louis Kronenberger, mostly regarding his publication The Cutting Edge: A Collection of Witty Insults and Wicked Retorts, of Polished Snubs and Homicidal Repartee. Also included is manuscript material of The Cutting Edge, and biographical notes.

Morris Weeks Manuscripts, 1969
1 box 0.2 linear feet

Princeton University. Library. Special Collections
Consists of manuscripts of Hello Mexico (1970), a work by Morris Weeks (Princeton Class of 1934) which describes the history, government, and culture of the people of Mexico.
Bensoussan, Albert
Albert Bensoussan is a writer, translator, and professor emeritus of Spanish literature at the University of Haute-Bretagne in Rennes, France. This collection consists of correspondence to Bensoussan from various Latin American authors whose works he has translated. Also included are writings from Bensoussan and others, interview transcripts, typescripts, and collected articles and essays about Latin American authors.

Thomas Colchie '64 Papers, 1968-2003
3 boxes 1.25 linear feet

Colchie, Thomas.
Thomas Colchie (Princeton University alumnus, Class of 1964), is a translator, editor, and literary agent with a specialization in Latin America. His papers consists of correspondence from Jorge Amado, António Lobo Antunes, Guillermo Cabrera Infante, Carlos Drummond de Andrade, Oswaldo França Júnior, Ignácio de Loyola Brandão, Manuel Puig, Murilo Rubião, Ernesto Sábato, José Saramago, Moacyr Scliar, João Ubaldo Ribeiro, José Luandino Vieira, Néstor Almendros, Adolfo Bioy Casares, Elizabeth Bishop, João Cabral de Melo Neto, Joaquim Cardozo, Philip Roth, and Alan Warner.
Esteban, Claude
The collection chiefly consists of 30 letters (1968-1988) received by the French poet, essayist, and translator, Claude Esteban, from the Mexican poet, writer, and diplomat, Octavio Paz, concerning translations projects.
This collection consists of archives from the time of the establishment of the Panhellenic Liberation Movement (Panellēnio Sosialistiko Kinēma, P.A.K.) against the junta. Included are letters, statutes, press releases, speeches, and articles written in Greek, English, and German dated May 1968 - March 1972.
Blue Wind Press.
Consists of production files, correspondence, and administrative and financial records of Blue Wind Press and George Mattingly Design, mostly relating to books and literary journals published in the 1970s and early 1980s. Authors represented include William S. Burroughs, Ted Berrigan, Anselm Hollo, and others associated with the Iowa Writers' Workshop and the Actualist poetry movement.
Schankler, David
Consists of various literature, ephemera, correspondence of, and a video interview with, Princeton alumni and anti-war activist David Schankler '71 concerning the antiwar movement of the period 1967-1971 broadly as well as related events and activities at Princeton University while he was a student.

William Malliol Papers, 1967-1986
33 boxes 14.75 linear feet

Malliol, William
William Malliol (the pseudonym of William T. McInenly) was a native of London, England. He joined the U.S. Marine Corps in 1950 and served in Korea, where he became a sergeant and received three Purple Hearts. He joined the French Foreign Legion in 1954 and served in the Algerian War. He was also in the Royal Air Force from 1956 to 1958. His papers consist of diaries, notes, literary manuscripts, photographs, and art work.

Jelal A. Azal Papers, 1967-1971
2 boxes 0.8 linear feet

Azal, Jelal A.
Consists of letters by Jelal A. Azal, an Iranian Bayani scholar in Cyprus, to William McElwee Miller, Presbyterian missionary, regarding the Babi-Bahai movement, documents referred to in the letters, and photographs of Bahai houses of worship in Israel and Chicago.

NEUK Collection, 1967-1971
3 boxes 3.2 linear feet

NEUK (Princeton, N.J.)
Consists of poetry, manuscripts, correspondence, plates, proofs, drawings, promotional material, paste-ups, photographic negatives, and subscription information for seven issues of NEUK, a Princeton student literary magazine, thought to have been published nine times between 1967 and January 1972.
Baldwin, James, 1924-1987.
Consists of sound recordings, a transcription, and editorial notes documenting an interview of American writer James Baldwin conducted by Alex Haley (1921-1992) and Jim Goode (James A. Goode, d. 1992) in late 1967 and early 1968 for Playboy but never published in the magazine. The interview is conversational and wide-ranging, with Baldwin responding to questions about his personal and artistic life, as well as about larger social issues surrounding racism, sexuality, politics, economics, and activism.
Merchant, Paul (1945-)
Consists of Merchant's manuscript drafts, correspondence, photographs, inscribed books, and other materials relating to the Greek poet Helenē Vakalo (1921-2001), and his English translation of Genealogia. The collection also contains writings by Giannēs Ritsos, Kimon Friar, and materials of other authors and publishers.
Weiss, Theodore Russell
Consists primarily of correspondence between American poet and editor Theodore Weiss and his editors at Macmillan Publishing, Arthur Gregor and Ray Roberts. Also included are a few clippings, advertisements, event programs concerning Theodore Weiss' work, and a printed interview with the poet.

Nancy Mitford Collection, 1966-1973
1 box 0.2 linear feet

Mitford, Nancy, 1904-1973.
Consists of letters by Nancy Mitford, Britsth novelist and biographer, to Elizabeth Forbes, manager of the London bookstore G. Heywood Hill, Ltd.
Saint-John Perse, 1887-1975.
Saint-John Perse, pseudonym of Alexis Leger, was a major French poet, who won the Nobel Prize for Literature in 1960. Consists of working editorial files and author letters for the Pléiade edition of Leger's complete works, published by the French publisher Gallimard in 1972.
Hottenstein, Marcus S. (Marcus Stephen), 1876-1973
Consists of a typescript copy (carbon) of Migrant Pennsylvanian, an unpublished autobiography by lawyer Marcus S. Hottenstein, in which he reflects on the changes in transportation, economics, politics, and entertainment which took place during the decades from his birth in 1876 up to 1966.

T. A. Barron Papers, 1965-2021
25 boxes 22 linear feet

Barron, T. A.
T. A. Barron (1952-) is an American writer of fantasy literature, books for children, and nature books. The collection consists of his literary and personal papers, including manuscripts and other draft materials, copies of his books and related promotional materials, international editorial correspondence, articles and speeches, personal journals and letters, fan mail, videos, and correspondence with other authors.
Amado, Jorge, 1912-2001.
The collection consists of typewritten and handwritten letters and postcards (circa 1965-1985) from Jorge Amado to Alvaro and Elisa Salema. Also included are typewritten letters from Zélia Amado to Alvaro and Elisa Salema.
Wilcox, Wendell, 1906-1981
Wendell Wilcox was an American novelist and storywriter. Consists of 85 autograph and typed letters written by Wilcox from Chapel Hill, North Carolina, to his friends Frank and Frances Sandiford in various towns in New York. Also present are 6 letters (1968-1969) by Esther Wilcox to the Sandifords.

Howard C. Rice Papers, 1965-1975
22 boxes 8.8 linear feet

Rice, Howard C. (Howard Crosby), 1904-1980
Consists of papers relating to the preparation of The American Campaigns of Rochambeau's Army, 1780-1783 (1972), which was translated and edited by Princeton's Special Collections librarian Howard C. Rice and Anne S. K. Brown.

Archives of Form Magazine, 1965-1974
7 boxes 2.8 linear feet

Steadman, Philip, 1942-
Form was an international magazine focused on concrete poetry and kinetic art. Three Cambridge-educated academics, Philip Steadman, Mike Weaver, and Stephen Bann, edited the magazine and produced ten issues from 1966 to 1969. The collection includes extensive correspondence between editors, subscribers, and contributors, along with editorial, financial, and administrative files spanning the entire existence of the magazine.

George Lianis Papers, 1964-2009
2 boxes 1.4 linear feet

Lianis, George
The George Lianis Papers consists of papers by and relating to the Greek academic and politician George Lianis (1926-2008). Included are autograph and typed manuscripts, as well as correspondence (personal and professional), loose photographs, one photograph album, slides, and printed material.

W. S. Merwin Collection, 1964-1969
1 box 0.2 linear feet

Princeton University. Library. Special Collections
Consists of selected correspondence, manuscripts, and galler proofs of W. S. Merwin, one of the most influential American poets of the latter 20th century.

Igor Stravinsky Collection, 1964-1967
1 box 0.2 linear feet

Stravinsky, Igor, 1882-1971
Consists of correspondence and documents relating to the Princeton commission of Requiem Canticles by Russian composer Igor Stravinsky, considered by many in both the West and his native land to be the most influential composer of 20th-century music.
Ginzburg, Ralph
Consists of thirty-four letters and note cards of American periodical publisher Ralph Ginzburg to his friend Leonard Lyons, syndicated columnist of the "The Lyons Den" with the New York Post. The letters discuss Ginzburg's trial concerning his publication of the "obscene" periodical Eros, as well as his later publications, Fact and Avant Garde magazines.

Miguel Angel Asturias Papers, 1963-1969
2 boxes 0.6 linear feet

Asturias, Miguel Ángel
Consists primarily of correspondence of Guatemalan author Miguel Angel Asturias, Seymour Lawrence, Gregory Rabassa, Jose Castillo, Tom Maschler, and others concerning Rabassa's English translations of Asturias's works and their publication in the United States and abroad.

Guillermo Cabrera Infante Papers, 1962-1988
19 boxes 7.5 linear feet

Cabrera Infante, G. (Guillermo), 1929-2005
Consists of manuscripts and correspondence of the Cuban novelist and storywriter Guillermo Cabrera Infante (1929-2005). These papers contain published work and screenplays from 1964 through 1982, a manuscript of Three Trapped Tigers (1971), the English translation of Tres tristes tigres (1967), and film stills from Wonderwall (1968). Furthermore, the collection contains extensive correspondence between Cabrera Infante and literary agents, publishers, film producers, Latin American writers, and others.