Authors, American -- Tennessee.
Found in 44 Collections and/or Records:
This collection deals primarily with Jane Merchant's death, and constitutes an addition to the Special Collections Library's existing holdings dealing with her life and work.
The Jane Merchant literary manuscript collection contains the copyedited, typewritten manuscripts of eight Merchant publications, both poetry and non-fiction, published by Abingdon Press. Available titles include Blessed Are You, Halfway Up the Sky, The Mercies of God, and Petals of Light.
This collection houses five boxes of books from John C. Hodges' personal library. These books were part of his collection which Hodges used to write Harbrace Handbook of Reading (1943).
The John C. Hodges Collection contains manuscripts, notes, proofs, correspondence, photocopies, and other materials documenting several of Hodges' books.
This collection documents John Hodges's research into the life and works of British author William Congreve.
This collection contains manuscripts and published short stories of Joseph Marshall Krechniak as well as source materials for his writing, such as travel and military manuals. The collection also includes some materials relating to his wife, Helen Bullard Krechniak. Materials date from the 1930's to 2003. However, the bulk of the collection is from the 1930's and 40's.
This collection consists of two Joseph W. Krutch edited manuscripts titled, Human Nature and the Human Condition and More Lives Than One. Also in the collection are photographs and a negative of Krutch.
This collection houses correspondence, photographs, notebooks, and manuscripts documenting three of Lately Thomas' works: Storming Heaven (1970), A Pride of Lions (1971), and When Even Angels Wept: the Senator Joseph McCarthy affair (1973).
This collection contains correspondence, manuscripts, and other materials documenting the life and works of Tennessee author Lawrence Edwards.
This collection consists of materials documenting author Marilou Awiakta's professional and personal life.
This collection documents the life and work of May Justus and consists of correspondence to and from Justus, contracts, manuscripts, photographs, articles about her, and a
bibliobiography thesis about her life and work.
This collection houses poetry, correspondence, and a decoupage made with tatted lace documenting the life and work of Tennessee author May Justus.
This collection contains clippings, correspondence, drafts, and notes documenting Miriam Weiss' book A Lively Corpse: Religion in Utopia (1969).
This collection consists of an 1870 broadside printing of the poem "Adam and Eve in Paradise" by Mrs. Francis B. Fogg (Mary Rutledge Fogg) of Nashville.
The collection contains poetry manuscripts, prose manuscripts, correspondence, clippings, and other materials documenting the life and career of Tennessee author Nell Thompson Miller.
This collection houses materials documenting Peggy Bach's scholarly work, including her unfinished biography of Evelyn Scott.
This manuscript collection constitutes an addition to MS.2047: Peggy Bach Collection, 1919-1996. Box 1 houses Bach's professional and personal correspondence, arranged alphabetically. Box 2 contains materials documenting Bach's scholarly writing and the grants and fellowships that she applied for. Box 3 shows with Bach's efforts to gather Evelyn Scott-related material from other institutions.
This collection consists of partial and complete manuscript copies of author Richard Marius' first novels: The Coming of Rain, Luther, Once in Arcadia (published as After the War), and Bound for the Promised Land.
This collection contains two reel-to-reel audiotapes of Dr. Robert Drake, a 1963/1965 broadcasted reading of stories from his first book, Amazing Grace, and a panel discussion recording from the 1969 Southern Literary Festival.
The Sarah Ricketts Collection contains materials collected while researching and writing A Window on Eternity, the biography of inspirational poet Jane Merchant, who suffered from the incapacitating disease Osteogenesis Imperfecta.