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Brown, John L., papers 5

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Identifier: GTM-200113
Content Description Addendum to John L. Brown papers 1, 2, 3, 4. Includes research source materials (notes, newspaper/magazine articles); family photographs, and Brown's journals.

John Gilland Brunini papers

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Identifier: GTM-821027
Scope and contents note The Brunini Papers offer an interesting, inclusive day-by-day account of the life activities of a Catholic writer during a sixty-year period (1915 to 1977). His literary aspirations, his manuscript rejections, and his everyday activities (i.e., '"when writing you work yourself up emotionally") are covered in-depth in the Correspondence section of the papers (Boxes 1-4). Brunini's letters also present an interesting sidelight into local New York sights and scenes during this period, i.e. Cosmos...

Sir Thomas Henry Hall Caine papers

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Identifier: GTM-GAMMS97
Collection-level Scope and Content Note The Sir Hall Caine Papers primarily consist of correspondence to Sir Hall Caine, comprising .5 linear feet of material arranged in 31 folders in 1 box. A majority of the correspondence in the collection involves Sir Hall's business affairs, including sales, advertisements and film and stage productions. There is a letter from Herbert Brenon regarding the filming of The Woman Thou Gavest Me in 1918 and a letter from Virginia Brooks, an actress in the stage production of the same work. Several...

Clinch Calkins Papers

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Identifier: GTM-000622
Scope and Contents Click on External Documents below to link to collection finding aid.

John Cheever - George McLoone collection

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Identifier: GTM-GAMMS259
Collection-level Scope and Content Note This collection comprises correspondence between George McLoone, university professor and alumnus of Georgetown University, and John Cheever, the American writer. All of the correspondence takes place between the years of 1966-1974. Although most of the letters are brief in length, the correspondence between Cheever and McLoone are significant because of the insight they provide into the personal life of John Cheever. Many of the letters contain comments about Cheever's acquaintences and on...

William F. Claire papers 1

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Identifier: GTM-GAMMS409
Collection-level Scope and Content Note The William F. Claire Papers [1 box, .25 linear ft.] consist of 12 autograph signed letters and 3 typed signed letters to and from William Claire. Of them, a majority discuss his writing on and analysis of the work of poet and writer Katherine Garrison Chapin Biddle, entitled "The Unpredictable Bloom." The collection contains correspondence from the Academy of American Poets, as well as the "Southern Review", the quarterly literary magazine fo the Louisiana State University, in reference to...

William F. Claire papers 2

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Identifier: GTM-110502
Scope and Contents The collection is comprised of correspondence received by William Claire from Robert Lax, Thomas Merton, and Mark Van Doren. Other materials relate to the special double issue of "Voyages" magazine (Volume 2, Numbers 1 and 2, September 1968) focussing on Robert Lax, with an introduction by Claire, a brief biography on and writings by Lax. The collection also includes, typescripts and correspondence pertaining to "The Essays of Mark Van Doren (1942-1972)" edited by Claire (Conn.: Greenwood...

Claire, William F., papers 3

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Identifier: GTM-151210
Content Description Personal papers comprised of letters, articles and printed items relating to John Hardy, Sen. Jacob Javits, John F. Kennedy, Robert Lax and Thomas Merton, John S. Monagan, Raymond Roseliep, and Mark Van Doren.

Yvonne Cloetta Papers

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Identifier: GTM-120710
Content Description Inserted material transferred from purchased books -- 1. Voyages avec ma tante by Graham Greene (translated by Georges Belmont) (Paris: Laffont: 1970). Call # Greene 0635.

2. Le capitaine et l'ennemi by Graham Greene (translated by Robert Louit (Paris: Editions Robert Laffont, 1989). Call # Greene 1225

Leo and Jane Codd papers

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Identifier: GTM-830131
Scope and content note The Leo and Jane Codd Papers comprise three boxes (1.5 linear feet) of material which includes correspondence to the Codds, photos, and books. Correspondence, manuscripts, and related material is arranged alphabetically within the collection. The Codds lived in the Georgetown area of Washington, D.C., and enjoyed travelling, especially to Ireland. Much of their correspondence from friends and acquaintances refers to their trips to Ireland or to their hospitality and cordiality when guests...

Dorothy Craigie collection

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Identifier: GTM-GAMMS306
Collection-level Scope and Content Note The Dorothy Craigie Collection consists of material related to the first edition (1950) of Graham Greene and Dorothy Glover's collaborative work, The Little Fire Engine, with 16 original 14 by 8 1/2 inch illustrations. It was printed for Max Parrish & Co. Ltd., Adprint House, Rathbone Place, London W1 by Jarrold & Sons Ltd., Norwich.The Little Fire Engine is a children's story of Old Sam Trolley, Toby, the fire horse and the little fire engine of Little Snoreing. They are forced out the...

Michael de la Bédoyère papers

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Identifier: GTM-GAMMS123
Collection-level Scope and Content Note The Michael de la Bedoyere papers primarily contain correspondence received from editors and colleagues of the Catholic Herald, as well as from other Catholic journals. Of interest is the correspondence exchanged between Count de la Bedoyere and the Catholic Herald concerning his resignation. Included is correspondence from several of the publishers of books by Count de la Bedoyere.

Span dates: 1929-1960 Bulk dates: 1950-1960 Extent: 0.50 linear feet, 1 box

Ernest Dimnet - Anita Lawrence Simpson collection

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Identifier: GTM-GAMMS339
Collection-level Scope and Content Note The Ernest Dimnet-Anita Lawrence Simpson collection consists mostly of letters written from noted French literary priest Ernest Dimnet to Anita Lawrence Simpson. The correspondence relates to their friendship, and it touches on some of Dimnet's works. The collection is contained in one small archival box (0.25 linear feet), and the documents are arranged in chronological order. * * * * * * * BIOGRAPHICAL SKETCHES: Abbe Ernest Dimnet was born at Trelon in the Ardennes in...

Leopoldo Duran papers

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Identifier: GTM-110727
Collection-level Scope and Contents note Correspondence from Graham Greene to Leopoldo Duran (1964-1990). Includes correspondence from Vivien Greene, Hugh Greene (brother) and Elizabeth Dennys (sister). Of note is a common place book containing autograph entries by Greene. A gift from Duran whose intention was for Greene to jot down notes about his readings and thoughts. Nicknamed "the Picasso" by Duran who conceived the idea after a visit to the Picasso Museum in Antibes. Additionally, the collection includes autograph diaries kept...

Desmond Egan papers 1

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Identifier: GTM-851203
Collection-level Scope and Contents note The collection includes manuscripts of Egan's published collections, including, "Midland," "Leaves," "Siege!," "Woodcutter," "Athlone?" "Seeing Double," and "Snapdragon." Manuscripts for unpublished early poems from 1966-1977 are included, together with special publications of Egan's poems for posters and calendars.

Desmond Egan papers 2

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Identifier: GTM-GAMMS81
Collection-level Scope and Content Note This collection is the second accession of the papers of the notable Irish poet, Desmond Egan (1936 - ). A portion consists of correspondence from international scholars, writers, several Irish ministers and various foreign ambassadors to Ireland. Among the well-known writers are Samuel Beckett, Robert Creeley, Seamus Heaney, Ted Hughes, Ian Jack, Desmond Guiness, James Laughlin, Peter Kavanagh (brother of poet Patrick Kavanagh), Peter Luke, Sean MacBride and James McKenna. ...

Egan, Desmond, papers 3

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Identifier: GTM-890927
Content Description Box 1 Correspondence (1987-1989) includes letters from Egan to family and letters from notables such as Samuel Beckett (photocopies), Hugh Kenner (Beckett and Ezra Pound scholar), James Laughlin (poet, founder of New Directions Publishing), James McKenna (playwright, sculptor), Patricia Rachewiltz (granddaughter of Ezra Pound), John Patrick Sullivan (author). Box 2 Manuscripts by Egan (c.1988-1989) Box 3 Published works by Egan (1987-1989) Box 4 Printed materials (articles) re Egan (1988-1989)

Shusaku Endo - Peter Owen collection

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Identifier: GTM-850102
Collection level scope and contents note The collection consists of letters and manuscripts related to the English translation and publication in Britain by Peter Owen Limited, of two works by the Japanese Catholic author Shusaku Endo: "The Samurai," and "Stained Glass Elegies." The first series relating to "The Samurai" includes correspondence between Endo's English translator Van C. Gessel and editor Dan Franklin, as well as publisher Peter Owen. The second series includes correspondence by Gessel and Antonia Owen....

Shusaku Endo papers

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Identifier: GTM-841022
Scope and Content note The Shusaku Endo papers include manuscript drafts of Endo's novels "The Samurai" and "Scandal," a short story draft, and an as-yet unidentified draft. Evident in the manuscripts are Endo's corrections and notations, the additions and revisions he occasionally taped to existing manuscripts, and the work of his secretary to transcribe a clean version of the draft for later review.

Arthur Benoni Evans manuscripts

 Collection — Box: 1
Identifier: GTM-150618
Content Description Bound autograph manuscript poems with additional loose leaves, by Arthur Benoni Evans (b.1781-1854), British poet and writer during the Romantic period. Includes a watercolor by Benoni. Total: approximately 140 pages.