Miscellaneous items from Smullyan's personal collection of Graham Greene including original and photocopied typescripts, marked copy and mock up of various articles and other works. Includes correspondence to Greene from Gloria Emerson, Richard Hughes, and Robert Graves; and printed items.
William E. Sourin (b. Philadelphia 1807--d. Baltimore 1888) became a Jesuit only in later life, at age 48, after having been a priest. The papers hold only a confused journal or diary, and another journal which seems to have extracts from historical documents pertaining to early Maryland.
Prepared by Einhorn Yaffee Prescott, Architecture & Engineering, and Robert A. M. Stern Architects.
Contains the following material, some only for select years: media guides, rosters, season schedules, copies of official score sheets and box scores from select games, news releases and news clippings, season statistics, awards banquet programs, and one unmarked VHS tape. Also includes individual reference files on the following people: Jennifer Larsen, Linda Ohrin, Paula Wagoner, Lauren Hilsky, Meg Galligan, Robin Seidman, Brigid Meagher, Fran McCabe, Sandy Inglis, and Marianne Sullivan.
Contains the following material from select years: media guides, season schedules, rosters, season and player statistics, gameday programs, box scores, game notes, and news clippings.
Contains the following materials from select years: administrative records, press releases, news clippings, rosters, event results, season reports, Sailing Association history, and media guides.