Women authors -- 20th century

 Subject
Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings

Found in 5 Collections and/or Records:

Florence S. Burge Papers

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Identifier: 82-36
Overview Florence Sanford Burdge (1912-1986) was a freelance writer, editor, and journalist in Reno, Nevada. The collection includes draft and published copies of Burge's writings as a freelance author and women's page editor; correspondence from readers and friends; correspondence and papers related to receiving the J. C. Penney -University of Missouri award for best women's pages; and unpublished biography of Noble Getchell.

Patricia Evans Papers

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Identifier: NC651
Abstract Manuscript copies and corrected galley proofs for book Rimbles by Evans, a collection of children's rhymes for games such as jump rope, hopscotch, etc.,Also included are five books on these individual games which were the basis for Rimbles.

Olga Reifschneider Papers

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Identifier: NC528
Abstract Includes notes, printed materials, and correspondence about botany and other life sciences, medicinal plants, western botanists, Nevada history, the environment, and professional women.,The papers were gathered by Reifschneider from her studies at the University of Nevada -Reno, environmental and historical organizations, and friends and colleagues; most materials concern her book on Nevada Botanists and articles on wildflowers, history, and medicinal plants.

Byrd Fanita Wall Sawyer Papers

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Identifier: NC536
Abstract Manuscript and notes on the history of Nevada, including women teachers; Sparks and Churchill County, Nevada; and Paiute Indians. Also included are curriculum materials on Nevada history; correspondence about Sawyer's research, statistics on land ownership and use in Nevada, turkey production in the Fallon area, and copies of presidential executive orders establishing wildlife refugees in Nevada.

When Darkness Covers Me

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Identifier: NC468
Abstract Ms poem signed, which begins "Lord give me strength my life while alone, if life so wills, ....",Includes a rough draft and polished copy on stationery from Oakleigh, Santa Barbara, California.