Authors, American -- 20th century

 Subject
Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings

Found in 25 Collections and/or Records:

Arthur J. Palmer Papers

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Identifier: 87-02
Overview Arthur Judson Palmer (1884-1968) had a long career in the publishing and advertising fields in New York and New Jersey. After retirement, Palmer moved to Carson City, Nevada, where he continued writing books and articles. The collection consists of unpublished manuscripts written by Palmer and his published works or materials used as references for his writing. The manuscripts include articles, books, series for newspapers, and song lyrics, written under his own name or pseudonyms Robin...
Dates: 1909-1965

Robert Cole Caples Correspondence with Anthony Shafton

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Identifier: 2011-17
Abstract Anthony Shafton (1937- ) is a Chicago native, Reno resident, and author whose correspondence with Robert Cole Caples (1908-1979) began in 1964 until Caples' death. Shafton began saving the letters in 1977. Caples was a largely self-trained artist most well known for his portraits of Reno divorcees and his Indian portraits drawn during the Depression under the Federal Arts Project. Also included are other documents and letters from Rosemary Caples and Carl Heinze.
Dates: 1977-1980

Andrew F. Rolle Correspondence

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Identifier: 88-41
Abstract Letters to Grace Griffin of Reno, Nevada, and her daughter Gloria Griffin Cline, about Rolle's books, awards, and travel plans.
Dates: 1969-1970

The sound of summer running

 Collection
Identifier: 91-14
Abstract Draft typescript with Bradbury's corrections of a short story about a young boy's longings for a new pair of athletic shoes. The collection contains material from 1955 created by Ray Bradbury.
Dates: 1955

John Steinbeck Letter

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Identifier: 88-39
Abstract Letter to Robert A. Griffin of Reno, Nevada, discussing the book The journey of the Flame and other works about Baja California. The collection contains material from February 20, 1950 created by John Steinbeck.
Dates: February 20, 1950