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John S. Mayfield papers: Manuscripts in books series

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Identifier: GTM-170718
Content Description Manuscript items, including letters,notes, photographs, and printed ephemera, found interleaved in books from the personal library of John S. Mayfield.

John S. Mayfield papers: Varia series

 Collection
Identifier: GTM-170714
Content Description Miscellaneous items from the John S. Mayfield papers not previously processed as part of other series in the collection.

Thomas Merton - John Pauker Collection

 Collection
Identifier: GTM-890101
Scope and Contents note The Merton-Pauker Collection consists mainly of correspondence between Merton and Pauker and between Pauker and those interested in buying Merton's prints. There are seven personal letters from Merton and three mimeographed letters which Merton sent out to friends at Lent, Easter, and Christmas, 1967. Many of the letters also discuss Pauker's work as a poet, especially "Excellency," a sequence of poems, published in 1967.

Terry L. Meyers research files on Algernon Charles Swinburne

 Collection — Box: 1, Folder: 1-15
Identifier: GTM-140325
Content Description Contains Meyers' research files re Algernon Charles Swinburne. Includes Meyers' research correspondence, dated 1980-1994.

15 folders arranged alphabetically by name. Includes photocopies of originals with transcriptions of letters by Hall Caine, Ernest Hartley Coleridge, Alice Haley, Edward Verrall Lucas, Eden Philpotts, Luigi Siciliani, Isabel Swinburne, Arthur Symons, John Hall Wheelock, and Thomas Wright.

Nelson Bond papers 141117.2

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Identifier: GTM-141117.2
Content Description Correspondence to Nelson Bond from dealer Allen Ahearn and Roy Squires re collecting Ray Bradbury. Includes printed items re Bradbury (articles and ephemera); 2 photographs of Bradbury (dated 1939 and 1993). Also items relating to James Branch Caball.Includes one LP sound recording (in Italian). Title: "Cronache Marziane" ["The Martian Cronicles"]. Inscribed to Nelson and Betty Bond. Signed by Ray Bradbury (1979). Located in Miscellaneous LP Sound Recordings box @ BO1D 6G1b....

Ned O'Gorman Papers 4

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Identifier: GTM-050910
Scope and Contents Note The Ned O'Gorman Papers 4 comprise part of the personal papers generated by Ned O'Gorman (b. 1929), a noted American poet, author, and educator. This collection primarily contains lengthy drafts of O'Gorman's autobiography entitled, "Venerated Trinkets, Kept Memorials, and Things Lifted Up: A Volume of Autobiography." In addition, many other manuscripts written by O'Gorman are retained in this archive, which includes some of his poetry. Additional materials include letters with notable...

Mary O'Hara papers

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Identifier: GTM-GAMMS166
Scope and Contents A collection of manuscripts for various works by American author and screenwriter Mary O’Hara (1885-1980), including the novella and musical screenplay “The Catch Colt”, “The Wyngate Children”, as well as the complete manuscript for her autobiography “Flicka’s Friend.” Also included is sheet music for compositions by O’Hara: “Green Grass of Wyoming” (1946), and “The Wind Harp” (1954).

Wilfrid Parsons, SJ Papers

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Identifier: GTM-GAMMS62
Collection-level Scope and Content Note This collection consists of the papers of Joseph Wilfrid Parsons, S.J.(1887-1958), who served as Editor-in-Chief of America Magazine (1925-1936).

Wilfrid Parsons, SJ Papers 2

 Collection
Identifier: GTM-GAMMS433
Collection-level Scope and Content Note The Rev. Wilfrid Parsons, S.J. Papers: Part 2 consist primarily of letters sent to Rev. Wilfrid Parsons, S.J., an editor for "America" Magazine, from Annie Christitch. More than 100 letters from Christitch to Fr. Parsons are retained in this collection. Christitch's letters to Fr. Parsons document in detail the role of Catholicism in Yugoslavia during the 1920s and 1930s. Her letters also touch on the subject of Catholicism in Czechoslovakia during that same period. In her correspondence,...

Powell, Donald T., Papers

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Identifier: GTM-090109
Scope and Contents Note Carbon copies of letters from Powell to Cleve McElroy, Bill Ryan, and Carl Schmidt. Included is typed manuscript for an unpublished novel by Powell, entitled, "The Dennings."

Donald Powell Papers 1

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Identifier: GTM-800102
Scope and Contents Correspondence between Powell and writers, publishers, politicians and friends. Notable individuals include Dorothy Day, H.L. Mencken, Denver Lindley, Harry Sylvester, and George N. Shuster.

Additional ephemera added in Folder 24 (not included in 1986 finding aid).

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Donald T. Powell Papers 2

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Identifier: GTM-090108
Scope and Contents note The Donald Powell Papers 2 represent a portion of the personal papers of Catholic intellectual Donald Powell. Of principal interest is a long run of letters from well renown American painter and teacher Carl Schmitt to Powell, regarding their long friendship, their writings, philosophy, Catholic issues, world events, politics, and mutual aquaintances. A manuscript of Powell's "Bennett Mather" is preserved in tact in this part of his papers. Likewise, many short typed manuscripts by Powell...

Carroll Quigley - Macmillan Publishing Company Collection

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Identifier: GTM-850731
Scope and Contents The Carroll Quigley - Macmillan Publishing Company Collection consists of one box of correspondence and publications-related materials between Quigley and the Macmillan Company regarding his books, "The Evolution of Civilizations" and "Tragedy and Hope"; covering the period from 1961 to 1974. The collection also contains some biographical information and clippings of Quigley's reviews. Note: Click on "External Documents" below for a link to the finding aid for the collection.

Randall, James Ryder Papers

 Collection — Box: 1
Identifier: GTM-190722
Content Description Papers of the American poet James Ryder Randall (1839-1908), who is best remembered for his poem "Maryland, My Maryland". The collection includes autograph letters to/from Randall, poetry manuscripts, photographs of the poet, newspaper clippings and printed ephemera.Folder 4 contains a fair copy autograph manuscript signed by the author of "Maryland, My Maryland." Autograph note by Edward Devitt, S.J., on verso of page 2: "Presented by the author to his former school-mate at G.T....

Alan Redway papers 1

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Identifier: GTM-GAMMS84
Collection-level Scope and Content Note The papers of Alan Redway consist of manuscripts and correspondence relating to his lifelong bibliographic work on British novelist Graham Greene. Included in the collection are letters from Greene,as well as numerous editors, publishers, scholars and writers associated with the bibliography. In addition, Redway had collected newspaper and magazine clippings on Greene and his writings.The son of Frank Redway, a London dealer in rare and fine books and manuscripts, and the nephew of...

Alan Redway Papers 2

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Identifier: GTM-GAMMS179
Collection-level Scope and Content Note The following 26 folders comprise an addendum to the Alan Redway papers 1, GTMGamms84. They contain primarily correspondence sent and received by Redway and Neil Brennan, coauthor of a bibliography of the works of Graham Greene, from 1925 through 1981. A prolific correspondent, Brennan wrote daily to Redway, detailing his progress on the bibliography. The collection includes correspondence from Brennan to Helen Redway, wife of Alan Redway; fragments of undated autograph...

Grant Richards Papers

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Identifier: GTM-781016
Scope and Contents The Grant Richards Papers consist of correspondence, (Boxes 1 to 3), manuscripts (Box 4 and throughout individual correspondence files), printed materials (Box 5), photos and clippings (Box 5 and 6), all relating to Richards and to the various authors he published. Of note is correspondence between Lady Gregory and himself regarding proposed biographies of Sir Hugh Lane, who died on the "Lusitania." The collection would be of interest in the study of any of the writers represented to the...

Michael Richey Papers 1

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Identifier: GTM-GAMMS223
Collection-level Scope and Content Note The Michael Richey papers 1, consist of original correspondence from personal friends who also comprise the notable circle of artists who congregated at the home of English sculptor Eric Gill (1882-1940), on Pigotts farm in Buckinghamshire. Together with Gill, these included Anthony Foster, Rene Hague, David Jones, Walter Shewring, and Denis Tegetmeier. Correspondence is also included from other well-known acquaintances (many of whom were related or closely associated to the Pigotts...

Michael Richey Papers 2

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Identifier: GTM-GAMMS321
Collection-level Scope and Content Note The Michael Richey papers 2, consists of original correspondence from personal friends and members of the Richey family; as well as printed material including clippings, journals, and magazines featuring articles by and about Michael Richey. A portion of the correspondence is from the notable circle of artists who congregated at the home of English sculptor Eric Gill, (1882-1940), on Pigotts Farm in Buckinghamshire. These include Gill, Anthony Foster, and Rene Hague. Additional...

Frederick W. Rolfe, Baron Corvo Collection

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Identifier: GTM-141102.1
Content Description Secondary works relating to Baron Corvo, including correspondence from collectors such as Donald Weeks, manuscripts of papers about Corvo by various authors (some photocopied), printed ephemera, and photographs.