Authors, American -- 20th century
Found in 32 Collections and/or Records:
This collection consists of eight letters written by American author Sherwood Anderson to Llewellyn Jones between 1916 and 1924 with three undated (but likely from the same period). Jones was the literary editor for the Chicago Evening Post. The correspondence primarily discusses the reviews of Anderson's works by Jones and other critics.
The collection contains a typescript manuscript draft of John Brick's American Civil War novel, Jubilee (published by Doubleday in 1956).
The collection consists of five typescript short stories and a set of galley proofs written and signed by Erskine Caldwell.
The collection contains three letters by poet Hayden Carruth, advising a younger poet named Kevin.
The collection contains the work of C. Ernest Cooke, a playwright, artist, and professor of English and Art History at Virginia Intermont Institute in Bristol, Virginia, from 1930 to the 1960s. The papers consist of manuscript and typescript plays by Cooke, and two copies of his publication, A Tabulated Biographical History of English Literature Correlated With the History of World Culture.
This collection includes three letters addressed to Lucy Dickinson, a student at Vassar College. Two of the letters are from Edward C. Root of New York, New York; the third, from Louise Bass of Atlanta, Georgia.