Found in 891 Collections and/or Records:
Typewritten book draft with handwritten corrections. Butler and his wife took a bet to ride on horseback from the Canadian-North Dakota border to the town of Deadwood, South Dakota in twenty days. They actually started near Winnipeg, Canada and rode 1,550 miles to Steamboat Springs, Colorado in 92 days. The item was submitted to the Old Army Press for publication.
Dorothy Weir Young draft copy, written circa 1926-1960, of a letter from A. C. Alden letter to Julian Alden Weir originally written on May 22, 1877 on 3 East 40th Street. The letter gives an account of Alden's most recent events of family and friends.
Contains portions of a draft of a book discussing novel writing by Welsh writer Silwyn Williams entitled, "A Creative Writing Textbook: Writing a Novel," containing suggestions on writing a novel. The sections which were collected by Norris are not a complete version of the work, it is unclear why other portions are missing. Materials date from around 1985 through 1995.
Contains three handwritten volumes and a fourth typed volume by Van Buren.
Contains documents pertaining to an annual meeting, correspondence, memos, newsletter, and news items concerning the American Association of Presidents of Independent Colleges and Universities. Also includes Amicus brief in Veterans Administration case, draft of Amicus Curiae Brief, GI Bill Amendments of 1977, the government’s Jurisdictional Statement, federal court hearing transcript, and a copy of “What Can Your College Do?”.