Children's literature, American
Found in 30 Collections and/or Records:
Album duplicate photographs, approximately 1910-1930
Contains photographs that are mostly duplicates of the photographs in the albums.
Dorothy Rhoads correspondence, 1888-1986
Dorothy Rhoads personal papers, 1903-1986
This subseries includes personal papers and items that were used and maintained by Dorothy Rhoads. Papers include financial records, catalogs and magazines, address books and calendars, childhood writings and papers, Rock Island phonebooks, college catalogs and information, and other personal items. The majority of the subseries is financial records, which consist of income tax files, bank records and checks, and other financial papers.
Dorothy Rhoads writings and drafts, 1908-1970
Kenneth Pike ephemera, 2011-2012
Contains a promotional bookmark for Jacob's Journal of Doom. Dated 2011-2012.
Kenneth Pike manuscripts for Jacob's Journal of Doom, 2011-2012
Contains manuscripts with author's notes for Jacob's Journal of Doom. Dated 2011-2012.
Morley family personal papers, 1927-1955
Includes personal papers of Sylvanus and Frances Morley. The papers began in 1927, with their marriage, and include finances, wedding invitations, correspondence, architecture plans, and other personal papers.
Patricia Wiles books, 2002-2005
Contains drafts of three different novels by Wiles that are the first three novels in the Kevin Kirk Chronicles; My Mom's a Mortician, Funeral Home Evenings, and Early-Morning Cemetery. The Buzzard Bait Motel drafts of folders 1-4 become the book draft that is in folder 5; My Mom's a Mortician. Materials dated 2002-2005.
Patricia Wiles ephemera, approximately 1998-2008
Contains notes in preparation for and in the process of writing novels, correspondence concerning drafts and publishing of novels and articles, magazines featuring novels, and personal correspondence. Dated approximately 1998-2008.
Photographs of buildings
Photographs of buildings including the Robison buildng, where Frank Rhoads worked, the home where the Rhoads family lived, 1032 2st St, Rock Island and also a home before the Rock Island home, in St Paul or east St. Louis.