Found in 48 Collections and/or Records:
Rostenberg & Stern Rare Books records
Contains materials related to the works and publications of Rostenberg and Stern. Includes typescripts, edited copies, and final manuscripts of several books, book reviews, encyclopedia entries, and articles. Topics range from rare book collecting and early printing to Louisa May Alcott and Walt Whitman. Contains newspaper articles consulted in their research. Also included are audio tapes of lectures given and correspondence with publishers, editors, and personal friends.
Madeleine B. Stern papers
Madeleine B. Stern papers on Louisa May Alcott
Douglas H. Thayer papers
The collections consists primarily of manuscripts of Thayer's works, including personal notes, publisher/editor corrections and correspondence, and some public response. Also included are various newspaper and magazine articles featuring the author.
The Africanization of America, 1855
Draft of a book written alternately in Thomas L. Kane's and Elizabeth Wood Kane's handwriting, dated 1855. Contains opinions by Kane on African Americans.
The Africanization to America, 1855
Finished manuscript of book written in Elizabeth Wood Kane's handwriting, dated 1855. Contains opinions by Thomas L. Kane on African Americans.
Weir family papers
Contains the papers of various members of the Weir family, including Robert Walter Weir (1803-1889), John F. Weir (1841-1926), and Julian Alden Weir (1852-1919). Contains correspondence, diaries, scrapbooks, manuscripts, speeches, artwork, clippings, and published material relating to the family, dating from between 1765 to 1929. The bulk of the collection relates to Julian Alden Weir.
Mary Hale Woolsey papers
Contains manuscripts, typescripts, correspondence (business and personal), scrapbooks, published and unpublished music, personal writings and literary works (poems, short stories, etc.) created and collected during Woolsey's career as a writer of adult and children's literature and as a composer of popular music.