Found in 13 Collections and/or Records:
The collection primarily tracks Barnes's poetic career, specifically regarding his service as editor of the Chariton Review and contributions to other poetry journals, and contains manuscripts of his own poetry as well as that of Dagmar Nick, which he translated from German, and numerous books of poetry written by friends/contributors to the Chariton Review. It also contains personal documents such as correspondence, bills, and photos.
The version Ben Bova bought for Analog in fall 1977. This is the draft before the complete rewrite.
Contains a fragment of an original manuscript of Louisa May Alcott's novel, "Eight Cousins." Has a note from her mother on the verso to Miss Day, Concord. Dated approximately 1875.
Collection contains manuscripts and questionnaires from John Hilton III. Includes 50 Questions in the Book of Mormon That Will Change Your Life, 52 Life Changing Questions, 52 Powerful Questions from the Book of Mormon That Will Change Your Life, and a questionnaire sheet. These manuscripts and notes were written around 2013 and 2014.
Contains manuscripts of poems, short stories, and novels (including radio adaptations, and other material created by Louisa May Alcott and others between 1840 and 1989 (bulk dated 1867 to 1888).
The materials are from Jessica Martinez's first two novels: Virtuosity and The Space Between Us. The books are adolescent literature novels. There is a manuscript of Virtuosity with handwritten notes from Martinez's editor. Dated 2010-2012.