Found in 22 Collections and/or Records:
Galley proofs and pasted proofs with handwritten corrections of two novels by Merritt. "The Black Wheel" was completed by Hannes Bok (1914-1964), an American author and illustrator, after the death of Merritt. The book was published in 1948. Also included are proofs of "The Fox Woman" by Merritt, which was published in 1946.
Typewritten, signed draft of the article "The Country Editor" as submitted by White to "Harper's" magazine. Also included is the printed article in the magazine. The draft has editorial changes made in White's own hand. The article is about life in small towns in America and the impact the newspaper editor there has on the communiaty.
Typewritten short stories in five volumes which entail six stories. One of the items is a handwritten draft of the story "Stenographer's Hands." The stories are: "The White City," "Unto Us a Child is Born," "The Growing Wall," "The Time Projector," and "Lillith's Left Hand."
Handwritten and signed letter, addressed to "Dear Carey," and dated 5 Oct. of an illegible year. Bingham invites Carey to attend a club. Which "Wm. Bingham" wrote the item is uncertain. Most likely, he was the Bingham who was an American author in the middle of the nineteenth century.
Handwritten and signed letter, dated 21 April 1897, and addressed to Mrs. Perry. Bryan sends this letter as an introduction for John Brisben Walker. Bryan recommends that Mrs. Perry introduce Walker to Mr. Perry.
Typewritten and signed letter, dated 12 Sept. 1928, and addressed to L. W. Cunningham. Burnan writes to thank Cunningham and to clear up a couple of issues.
Contains two postcards, cards, and letters to Thomas McGuane congratulating him on the success of his work; a five-page introduction of Thomas McGuane written by Geoffrey Wolff; a copy of a check for $300 for the publishing of an excerpt from "Panama;" and many thank you letters for articles McGuane wrote in "Sports Illustrated."