MS/VMF. Vertical Manuscript Files
Poster, "Walter Abish. Author of How Germanists, Alphabetical Africa and other fictions." Poster for a reading by Walter Abish at Washington University in January Hall, Room 110. The event was sponsored by Philosophy 236: Philosophy and Literature. 30 inches x 16 inches. Located in oversize.
Autograph letter, signed from James Lane Allen to Mr. McGee, thanking him for his interest and "data" which Allen intended to use in a story still in progress [The Sword of Youth]. Allen refers to an editorial in Sunday's Times which discussed the story, apparently then appearing in serial form. 3 pages.
Consists of one Kodak Model D No. 2 Bulls-Eye camera, one print of image taken by the camera, 2 photocopies of images taken by the camera, photocopy of list of images taken by the camera with notes by Andrews, and directions by Andrews on how to open the camera
Correspondence from Arlott to John Betjeman proposing an anthology of topographical verse. The proposed book, Landmarks: A Book of Topographical Verse for England and Wales, was published by Cambridge University Press in 1943 by Arlott and Sir George Rostrevor Hamilton. Also includes a program of worship services for St. Patrick's Cathedral.
Typed letter, signed from Auchincloss to Barbara Turner, editor of Artists' and Writers' Cookbook, enclosing an unidentified favorite recipe and commenting on Turner's statement that food is a means of ethnic communication. Auchincloss explains the universality of preparing foods. 1 page.