Authors, American -- 20th century
Found in 32 Collections and/or Records:
Literary papers, including manuscripts of published and unpublished works (novels, short stories, plays, poetry, nonfiction).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.
Clippings and photocopies of published articles written by Cynthia Lindsay, usually paired with tyepscript drafts of the articles. Dated approximately 1947 to 1978. Topics include fashion, Hollywood stars and families, and writing and publishing.
Contains materials documenting the development of Cynthia Lindsay's published books, including contracts, finanical records, publicity and review clippings, and drafts and final published versions of the manuscripts. Dated 1955 to 1976.
Research files created by Cynthia Lindsay while she researched and wrote "Dear Boris." Includes clippings, notes, letters from people who knew Boris, letters from research leads and research assistants, genealogies, and a bibliography. Dated approximately 1969 to 1976.
Contains papers documenting Cynthia Lindsay's writing career including handwritten and published manuscripts, screenplays, research materials, reader and publisher correspondence, contracts, publicity clippings, and book reviews. The book "Dear Boris" comprises the majority of the material related to the development of her books. Materials dated approximately 1947 to 1978.
Contains original copies and reproductions of articles by, about, and related to Zane Grey, the Grey family, Wheeler, or the Zane Grey's West Society. Materials date from approximately 1910 to 1989.
Contains correspondence to, from, about, or related to Zane Grey, the Grey family, Wheeler, or the Zane Grey's West Society. Materials date from approximately 1910 to 1989.
Contains holograph and typed diaries by Zane Grey and Lina Elise Grey. Lina Elise Grey went by the name "Dolly." Most of the items are photocopied. One leather diary by Zane Grey is included. The materials date from 1910 to 1954.