American poetry -- 20th century
Found in 28 Collections and/or Records:
Handwritten diaries and poems. These journals were kept from 1885 to 1928 when Booth was in Alpine, Utah, at the Brigham Young Academy in Provo, Utah, and in Turkey and Armenia as a missionary and as mission president.
Reviews, sketches, poems, notes, family histories, and magazine articles. The materials relate to Buck's work as an artist. The notes relate to the composition of some of his art work, and the articles and reviews relate to analyses of his art.
Poems, newspaper clippings, songs, pamphlets, a script, and programs. Also included are copies of "The Rainbow: Maryland's Poetry Magazine." The materials relate to Bruns' career as a poet and as a writer.
Literary papers, including manuscripts of published and unpublished works (novels, short stories, plays, poetry, nonfiction). Also included are works of other authors that Card has commented on, correspondence, and personal papers. Also included are scripts and other materials pertaining to the production of the 1989 motion picture The abyss (directed by James Cameron), which Card used to write the novel of the same name.
Contains diaries, professional and private correspondence, speeches, essays, poetry, and histories. The materials relate to Christensen's personal life and to his work as a lawyer and as a jurist. Also includes private correspondence, primarily between Christensen and other family members, especially his wife, Lois.
Autobiography details memories of his childhood in Morgan, Utah; his love of literature; attendence at BYU; work as a truck driver; marriage; teaching at BYU; travels; church service; and political views. Includes significant information about his family. Also includes poetry composed by Marden J. Clark.
Newspaper clippings, correspondence, poetry, book draft, books with handwritten notes, photographs, and pamphlets. The materials relate to personal matters and to his careers as a journalist and author including his interest on international relations with China.