Authors, American -- Tennessee.
Found in 44 Collections and/or Records:
The Albert Watt Hobt Papers consist of Hobt's collection of poems concerning sports. Poetry of Sport is a collection of works by many authors which Mr. Hobt hoped to incorporate into a volume of poetry praising sports and sportsmen.
The papers of Dr. Alwin Thaler consist of copy and notes used in the preparation of two books. One book was in co-editorship with Prof. Charles Mills Gayley. The book was Vol. IV of Gayley's Representative English Comedies. The second book whose galleys or printers proofs are in the collection is Thaler's Shakespeare and Democracy.
This collection includes manuscripts and galley proof material with handwritten edits and notes for Amazing Grace by Robert Drake.
This collection contains one cassette tape for the BBC Radio 3 program, "Knoxville: Summer of 1995," which was recorded October 3, 1995.
This collection consists of correspondence, publications, course materials, and other items documenting the education, life, and work of Ben Harris McClary and several of his close friends. Most materials date from between 1959 and 2001.
This collection consists of Professor Ben McClary's collection of James Agee material. The collection includes books by and about Agee, newspaper and magazine articles, as well as original research and articles by McClary. Also included are memorial articles and correspondence about Father James Harold Flye.
This collection contains material documenting the life and accomplishments of William Robert Anderson, Captain of the USS Nautilus SSN 571 during the Cold War and Tennessee Congressman in the 1960s and early 1970s.
The collection consists of letter correspondence between Cormac McCarthy and fellow writer John Fergus Ryan between the years of 1975 to 1986. The writers discussed their daily life, successes, and disappointments.
This collection houses a corrected galley proof of Harry Harrison Kroll's novel Darker Grows the Valley.
Collection contains manuscripts of plays and books written by David Madden, including play manuscripts, notes and rough drafts for several novels, early manuscripts, printer's copies, proofs, and other work related to Madden's publications.
This collection contains the papers of author and professor Durwood Dunn of Tennessee Wesleyan College. The collection includes copies of Dunn's scholarly work, historical research on the American Civil War, abolitionism, and the Appalachian region, and correspondence with coworkers, researchers, and friends. Items in the collection include copies of historical documents used for research, drafts of publications, and correspondence from the publishing process.
This collection houses research and manuscripts that Ethel Freytag and Glena Kreis Ott used to write A History of Morgan County, Tennessee.
In this letter, Evelyn Scott informs Mr. Northwall (an admirer of her work in Chicago) that she has received his special delivery.
The bulk of the collection contains correspondence between Evelyn Scott, her family, friends, and business associates written between 1948 and 1956. Also available are drafts of unpublished works including The Gravestones Wept and Evelyn Scott’s autobiography, Scott’s scrapbook, and a small collection of other personal papers.
This collection houses a galley proof of Harry Harrison Kroll's autobiography, entitled I Was a Share-cropper.
This collection consists of papers concerning J. F. Wilson's book Earthquakes and Volcanoes. Information on publishing details in addition to copyright information is included along with manuscripts of several drafts of chapters for the book.
This collection contains eight audiotapes related to James Agee and his works. Several recordings are of Agee reading his own work and of Father James H. Flye reading Agee's work and reminiscing about him. Also, two tapes record lectures on Agee, which likely date to a 1972 Conference in Sewanee, Tenn.
Two letters written by James Agee to Henry Steig and Lincoln Kirstein.
This collection consists of two sets of notes written by James Agee. The first set is his notes and observations on classic poetry. The second consists of two pages and includes ideas for articles on film and literature.
This collection contains eighteen letters (1951-1955), photographs (undated), and writings (1930-1943) crated by James Agee, Paul Brooks, and W. P. Agee, Jr.