Women authors -- 20th century

 Subject
Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings

Found in 5 Collections and/or Records:

Florence S. Burge Papers

 Collection
Identifier: 82-36
Abstract

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and papers related to receiving the J. C. Penney -University of Missouri award for best women's pages; and unpublished biography of Noble Getchell. Material from 1955-1966.

Dates: 1955-1966

Patricia Evans Papers

 Collection
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.

Dates: 1955-1961

Olga Reifschneider Papers

 Collection
Identifier: NC528
Abstract

Olga Augusta (Wuertz) Reifschneider (1901-1978) was a Reno, Nevada botanist and author. The collection includes notes, printed materials, and correspondence about botany and other life sciences, medicinal plants, western botanists, Nevada history, the environment, and professional women.

Dates: 1862-1978

Byrd Fanita Wall Sawyer Papers

 Collection
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.

Dates: 1930-1963

When Darkness Covers Me

 Collection
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.

Dates: 1903