Authors and publishers -- Correspondence
Found in 13 Collections and/or Records:
Handwritten and signed letters. The letters are solely with Henderson's publisher, Doubleday, and concerns cover layouts, publicity notifications, and manuscript corrections for the titles "The Anything Box," "Pilgrimage," "The People," and "Holding Wonders."
This file contains letters from various publishers rejecting Zane Grey manuscripts for publication, dating from 1904 to 1909. The publishers include Collier's, The Outing Magazine, Charles Scribner's Sons, The Youth's Companion, and The Associated Sunday Magazines.
Contains letters to Don Russell about a book he is attempting to get published. Another letter is included between Russell and lawyer U. S. Lesh concerning the Milligan case. Materials are dated 1935-1945.
Materials include emails between Tess Hilmo and her editor, rejection e-mails between Tess Hilmo and several publishing houses, letters from children thanking her for coming to their school, and letters from her fans praising her new book. Dated 2009-2012.
This collection contains multiple drafts, revisions, notes, and outlines of Michael O. Tunnell's children's books including Mailing May, Chinook, Beauty and the Beastly Children, The Children of Topaz, and School Spirits. It also contains correspondence between Tunnell and his publishers and editors concerning contracts and edits needed, letters from fans, slides, newspapers, and other materials, 1989-2008.
This file contains correspondence regarding Zane Grey's relationship with publishing company Harper & Bros., dating from 1910 to 1938. Many of the letters are from Ripley Hitchcock and Frederick Duneka shortly after Grey signed with Harper & Bros. and contain comments and financial details regarding his works. It also includes royalty reports for Grey books published by Harper & Bros.