Search Constraints

Start Over You searched for: Date range 1946 Remove constraint Date range: <span class="single" data-blrl-single="1946">1946</span>

Search Results

File

Correspondence, 1895-1957 14 boxes

SOME ONLINE CONTENT
The bulk of the correspondence is from T.S. Eliot, and many letters are interfiled with enclosures that were sent with them. Also included is correspondence between Emily Hale and others, particularly her friends Margaret and Willard Thorp. The Thorps were also associates of Eliot, and they were aware of the close relationship between he and Hale.
Folder
Consists of address books; photographs, including a photographic plate; clippings; a bibliography of Machen; an inventory of the Arthur Machen shelves of Joseph Kelly Vodney; tear sheets; and notes.
Folder
This series includes photographs of mediums and demonstrations of psychic phenomena, as well as stills from the film series "The Mysteries of Myra," written by Carrington, and autographed pictures inscribed to Carrington by the principal actors.
Folder
Consists of typed and autograph manuscripts of Kahler's works: Der Deutsche Charakter in der Geschichte Europas , Geschichte des Menschen , The Jews Among the Nations , Man the Measure , The Meaning of History , Orbit of Thomas Mann , Out of the Labyrinth , Die Philosophie von Hermann Broch , The Tower and the Abyss , Viktor an Fidelis . Also includes his essays, many of which were published--"Verinnerung des Erzaehlens," "Untergang und Uebergang," "Stefan George"--and his lectures and speeches.
Folder
Contains book reviews of most of Kahler's books as well as newspaper clippings of his articles, letters to the editor, and articles collected by him for research purposes. Many of the articles are signed and dedicated to Alice Kahler by the respective authors. This series also contains various magazines kept by Kahler for research, or because they mentioned him or contained his articles.
Folder
Consists of over one hundred autograph and typed letters (chronologically arranged in 8 folders by date), mostly signed by Harris, to his friend and agent, Esar Levine, dating from 1920 to 1930 and discussing various publication and marketing strategies for My Life and Loves in both Mexico and America, as well as personal and financial matters. There are also letters to Harris and Levine from their mutual business associates, and from such notable persons as Otto Kahn, H.L. Mencken, Upton Sinclair, and G.S. Viereck, arranged by correspondent. Also present is a typed copy of a letter from G. Bernard Shaw to Harris's widow, Nellie O'Hara Harris, as well as one folder of her sporadic correspondence with Levine, ending with the news of her death in 1955
Folder
Consists of Esar Levine's scrapbook pages and contemporary newspaper clippings and magazine tearsheets about Harris and his writings, as well as reports of police arrests and seizures of copies of My Life and Loves in both France and America. Also present are original, printed paperback copies of Harris's Joan La Romée (play) and Stories of Jesus The Christ... including Jesus by George Bernard Shaw, an assortment of magazines edited by Harris or containing articles by or about him, a few photographs of Harris, and other printed ephemera and memorabilia relating to him.
Folder
Nancy Crawshaw's photographs are presented in albums with explanatory notes, as negatives with thumbnails, and as mounted and unmounted prints. They include photographs of Greece, Cyprus, Yugoslavia, Albania, Bulgaria, and the Middle East. The photographs on Greece focus on different topics including classical antiquities, agriculture, the Greek Civil War, shipbuilding, fishing, and architecture. There are also photographs from her accompaniment of UN expeditions in the Balkans. Her photographs on the Middle East include photographs of Turkey and photographs taken on assignment for G.B. Instructional Films on Syria and Lebanon and for the British Foreign Office on Iraq's oil industry.
Folder
This sub-series consists primarily of manuscripts of Baird's published and unpublished works between 1932 and 1990, including Controlled Substances, the novel Baird was working on at the time of his death. Many of the works also contain notes, writing journals, correspondence between Baird and his publishers and editors, fan mail, and reviews. Within some of the notes files there are clippings of articles and advertisements that inspired Baird, as well as hand-drawn maps that he used to construct fictional settings. The published works found in the collection include Triumphal Entry (1962), The Old Masters (1963), People Who Pull You Down (1970), The Way to the Old Sailors Home (1977), Poor Millie (1978), Villa Aphrodite (1984) and Smart Rats (1990) [young adult]. Some of these works include author's proofs, galley proofs, and folded and gathered sheets. This sub-series is arranged alphabetically by title and then chronologically by date.
Folder
This sub-series consists of Baird's general correspondence with friends, publishers, editors and others during the years 1946 to 1990. Correspondence related to specific works are included with the materials for each title as indicated in sub-series I. B. This sub-series is arranged chronologically by year.
Folder
This sub-series consists of the correspondence Baird received from his family members Alice Baird [mother], Edgar Baird [father] and Sarah Lee Baird [sister] (1947-1948). There are also letters from Alice to Agnes Eckley, Baird's nursemaid and family friend (1941-1942), and letters from Baird to Agnes (1938-1984). These letters document Baird's time at Princeton, his military service and beyond. Lastly, there are a few letters between Baird and Thomas Eckley (1987-1988), son of Agnes and Baird's namesake. Upon the death of his mother, Thomas Eckley returned to Baird both Baird and Alice's letters to Agnes. This sub-series is arranged alphabetically by correspondent.
Folder
This series consists of the bound, typed and autograph journals kept by Baird. The journals document both the process of writing and Baird's daily activities from 1944 to 1989. There is a large gap between the years 1946 and 1958 for which there are no journals. This series is arranged chronologically by year.