Authors, American -- 20th century -- Correspondence
Found in 8 Collections and/or Records:
Paul Horgan letter
Letter from Paul Horgan to Mr. John Bennett Shaw of the Tulsa City-County Library Commission declining an invitation to come to Tulsa, Oklahoma, in March of 1963. Horgan had recently relocated to Middletown, Connecticut, to work in Wesleyan University.
Typewritten and signed letter and addressed to "Mrs. Spencer." The item is undated. Benet thanks Spencer for "your very pleasant letter" she sent regarding "The Curfew Tolls." He recommends to her the "new Thomason edition of Marbot" if she is further interested in "Mr. Bonaparte."
Handwritten and signed letter, dated 20 March 1932, and addressed to "Dear Sir." Booth writes about submitting materials apparently for publication.
Typewritten and signed letter, dated 4 July 1924, and addressed to Clem Yore. Bynner writes about an "Indian Painting."
Letter, poems, and an evelope, 1914-1923
Handwritten and signed letter, addressed to George L. Beam, and dated 17 Sept. 1923. Also included is the envelope in which the missive was sent, a handwritten poem titled "Recompense," and a magazine clipping of the item in print dated February 1914. In the letter Benjamin informs Beam that he has paid most of his bill, but more funds are due.
Typewritten and signed letters, dated 3 June 1930 and 2 Nov. 1932, and addressed to Mr. Doud. Broun thanks Doud for cards sent to him praising Broun's radio plays.
Dale Lowell Morgan scrapbook
Scrapbook and miscellaneous items. The collection consists of newspaper clippings, pamphlets, correspondence, a diploma of graduation from the University of Utah, a 1933 yearbook for West High School in Salt Lake City, Utah, and memorabilia. The materials refer to Morgan's personal life and writing career.
Kenneth Mead and Barbara Mackey Ogilvie letters
The collection contains letters mainly from Eve Ball to Barbara and Kenneth Ogilvie, spanning the years 1972 to 1984. Topics are mostly about life and health updates, though some content discusses Eve's publications and research on Native Americans. Collection also includes envelopes, clippings, and four color slide photographs of Eve Ball's home. Includes an April 1984 newsletter from the Lincoln County Historical Society.