Subject Source: Library of Congress Genre/Form Terms
Found in 3 Collections and/or Records:
Janet Martin Tranquada Collection on Camp Chonokis
Janet Martin Tranquada was a Camp Chonokis camper, counselor, and niece of camp manager Gladys Gertrude Gorman. The collection contains documents collected by Tranquada from Gorman and is primarily related to Gorman's adaptation of Sigmund Spaeth's "The Musical Adventures of Jack and Jill" and "Old Mother Hubbard."
Flood and Hayes Papers
Abstract Flood and Hayes was a vaudeville company whose principal members were J.W. Flood and May Belle Hayes. Flood was a vaudeville and circus acrobat; his wife May Belle Hayes was a singer, dancer, and acrobat who teamed with Flood in his road shows across the United States. From 1904-1915 they frequently performed in Nevada and after settling permanently in Fallon, Nevada, ran a small theater business. In 1921 Flood built the first theater in Fallon, the Rex Theater; he was also active in trying...
Donald M. Scott Papers
Abstract Donald M. Scott is a professor who became fascinated with writer George R. Stewart at the age of 12, eventually meeting him while working as a park ranger at Thornton State Beach, California, a place often frequented by Stewart. Through this connection, he became close to Stewart and, using their family history documents, write a biography of Stewart. The collection contains original research, interviews, and correspondence gathered and created by Donald M. Scott as well as others who are...