Authors, American -- 20th century.
Found in 30 Collections and/or Records:
This collection consists primarily of a series of letters that Alex Haley wrote to Waller B. and Elaine S. Wiser between May of 1968 and February of 1975. Also included are clippings and reviews of Roots dating from 1968 to 1996.
This collection includes manuscripts and galley proof material with handwritten edits and notes for Amazing Grace by Robert Drake.
This collection contains 46 audio tapes, primarily of interviews collected by Anne Romaine for her unfinished biography on Alex Haley. There are also some made by the Haley Museum, lectures given by Alex Haley, and interviews of Anne Romaine herself. Primarily, the interviews are conducted by Ms. Romaine with relatives, friends, and others, including George Haley, Rodnell Collins, Dr. C. Eric Lincoln, Fred Montgomery, and many others.
Anne Romaine was the official biographer of Alex Haley. The collection consists of her research material gathered for the never-completed biography.
Anne Romaine was the official biographer of Alex Haley. The collection contains her taped interviews on Haley and other research material she gathered for her never-completed biography.
This collection houses research materials that Anne Romaine created while writing her unfinished biography of Alex Haley. Among these items are interviews, articles by and about Haley, and materials documenting his years in the Coast Guard.
The Cyril Kay-Scott's Blind Mice Manuscript includes his hand-written undated manuscript Blind Mice. Each of the five delicate volumes is covered with rewrites.
This collection contains manuscripts, articles, essays, and book reviews pertaining to Southeastern author David Madden.
This collection houses manuscripts that David Madden edited and promoted as well as advance copies of publications that David Madden reviewed. The manuscripts, all of which were meant to published as books, concern such Civil War topics as the battle of Gettysburg, black soldiers, Confederate submarines, and the lives of individual soldiers. Also included is a copy of Harriet Beecher Stowe's Palmetto Days.
This collection houses audiotapes and video tapes documenting interviews and public presentations given by David Madden.
This collection houses bibliographies, poetry, journals, and programs documenting Donald C. Gallup's work in 20th century literature. Many of the publications are personally addressed to Gallup by the author. The collection also includes postcards that Gallup accumulated during his travels in Europe, personal photographs, and a videotape.
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 is a collection of Henry Faulkner's poetry, correspondence and records, both personal and business, as well as interviews, newspaper clippings, and official documents collected by Charles House.
Collection of material documenting the work of David McDowell especially as it relates to author James Agee. One portion of this collection houses material that McDowell gathered for his unfinished biography of Agee. The other portion contains items showing McDowell's career in the publishing industry.
This collection contains a single letter written on February 3, 1954, in New York by James Agee and sent to a "Mr. Vaudrin." In the letter, Agee gives his opinion on a book that he was sent written by Randall Jarrell. The letter is a single typed page and includes Agee's signature in pencil.
Two letters written by James Agee to Henry Steig and Lincoln Kirstein.
This collection includes personal and professional material of James Agee's including correspondence, personal papers, literary manuscripts, screenplays, novels, and other publications as well as photographs and cassette readings of his works.
This collection contains correspondence from Cormac McCarthy written to his friend James "Jim" Long in Knoxville, TN. Also includes a photograph of the two, and an inscribed first edition of McCarthy's novel Suttree.
This collection houses published works, manuscripts, correspondence, research notes, clippings, and photographs documenting the lives and works of Margaret Gray and Smiley Blanton. Topics include speech disorders in children, religion and psychiatry, Bernadette of Lourdes, St. Thomas à Becket, and Eliza Johnson.