American poetry -- Nevada
Found in 7 Collections and/or Records:
Cortez Mines, Ltd. Summary of Stores and Material Account
The Cortez Mines, Ltd. was a mine on the southwest slope of Mt. Tenabo on the border of Lander and Eureka Counties, Nevada. The collection contains inventories of supplies, 1899-1907, for goods used at the mine such as wood, soda, salt, fuel and explosives, and the amount of each used at the mine or mill.
William L. Fox Papers
Henry Hardy Hogan Scrapbook
Henry Hardy Hogan (1834-1902) was a Reno, Nevada doctor who settled in Nevada in 1864. The collection contains album of newspaper clippings about Nevada including history of the Reno Civil War veterans, inequality of blacks and whites, a mining story, letter to the state legislature about the location of the Insane Asylum, and poems of and obituary of Hogan and others.
The Nevada Anthology
Gary Short is a Nevadan and co-editor with Roger Smith of this anthology. The collection contains a manuscript copy of a collection of poetry either by Nevadans or about Nevada and a history of poetry in Nevada.
Nevada Poetry Society Records
The Nevada Poetry Society was established in 1976 and was officially affiliated with the National Federation of State Poetry Societies. Sam Wood was a president of the Nevada Poetry Society. The collection contains materials from the Nevada Poetry Society and the National Federation of State Poetry Societies including correspondence, administrative records, newsletters, poetry samples from both organizations, and the personal papers of Sam Wood.
Poetry on Nevada
Poems written as Christmas greetings and a letter from John Clarken MacCaffrey to his friend, Larry Moore. Poems have a Nevada theme. Poetry from 1940-1950.