Authors, American -- 20th century
Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings
Found in 25 Collections and/or Records:
Abstract Contains poems and prose by Hendel and others on many subjects. Some material appears under Hendel's pen name, Cinnabar Ike, and was previously published in Nevada newspapers. Also included are letters and essays about Mark Twain Youth Camp (Mineral County, Nevada), and proposals to bring water from the Columbia River to Nevada.
Abstract Letter to Walter E. Clark describing James' search for works by Mariam Michelson and Phillip Verrill Mighels.,Tipped into James' book, Arizona the wonderland (Boston : The Page Company, 1917); Special Collections call number F811 J28 c.2.
Identifier: AC 0076
Abstract This collection contains primarily published and unpublished manuscripts, an unpublished autobiography, and personal and professional correspondence, including publishers. The manuscripts include scholarly and fictional publications, with both drafts and final copies.
Scope and Contents Research materials and books related to the Sagebrush School, Ambrose Bierce, Mark Twain, and other literature.
Overview Louis E. Lomax was an African-American author, journalist, and professor best known for his work on race relations in America. He was the author of multiple books and articles, including The Reluctant African (1960), The Negro Revolt (1962), When the Word is Given (1963), and To Kill a Blackman: The Shocking Parallel in the Lives of Malcolm X and Martin Luther King...
Abstract Letter from London at Glen Ellen, California, to John Meyers O'Hara in New York, describing his latest writings, his dislike of writing, and asking O'Hara's opinion of Martin Eden (while giving his own viewpoint)
Scope and Contents Papers include donor's professional career and ethnographic materials concerning his work with Great basin tribal members, especially the Yerington Paiute Tribe. Covers his educational graduate thesis and dissertationl journal articles and correspondence; audio tapes and transcripts; copies of Yerintong Paiute Tribal newsletters
Overview Letter from Miller to Mrs. Bertin regretting that he would be unable to collaborate with her because he was working on his "magnum opus".,Miller also asked her to smuggle into the U.S. a copy of his new book the Rosy crucifixion if she were to go to Paris after August 1st.
Abstract Incomplete manuscript autobiography of Alice Conradt James Ross' early married life with Will James. The collection contains material from 1936 created by Alice Conradt James.
Abstract Includes minutes of meetings, correspondence, constitution and bylaws, membership lists, newsclippings of the League's and members' activities, and entries from the Junior Historians' Writers' contest. Scrapbooks contain branch charter, 1927; photos, clippings, watercolor sketches, articles by members.