Found in 646 Collections and/or Records:
Typewritten autobiography and copies of stories and poems, some of which have been published in various magazines throughout the United States. Barthel discusses her education, marriage, and family. She describes events leading to her conversion to the Mormon Church in Iowa, and explains how principles of that church and her love of writing have fulfilled many aspects in her life.
Italian literature once in possession of Cummings.
Contains photographs of Betty Zane Grey Grosso with her first husband, Bob Carney, and consists predominantly of pictures of her as a teenager and with horses. It also contains photographs of her in the ground of the Altadena, California home, her daughter, Michele, and grandchild dating from 1920 to 1980.
A typed biographical sketch of John Oxenham, an English author. His real name was William Arthur Dunkerley. Mentions his business experiences in France and the United States. Mainly traces the beginnings of his writing career.
Contains various writings of Helen Foster Snow. It contains materials relating to her life in China, family stories and geneologies, her thoughts on women's rights, as well as other various manuscripts written by her. Materials dated approximately 1940-2015.