The Donald Finkel Papers include his extensive research materials, journals, notes, and heavily revised manuscripts. A large collection of editorial matter toward all of his books and a small, yet revealing professional correspondence with editors and literary colleagues completes the Finkel Papers.
The William H. Gass Papers consist largely of his own manuscript material: manuscripts and proof material toward his books, drafts of various stories, essays, and reviews, interviews, and a miscellaneous assortment of notes and other materials. Also present is a substantial amount of professional correspondence, primarily with universities, magazines, and publishers, as well as with his colleagues in academia and in the literary community.
The F.T. Prince Papers consists of editorial material towards Collected Poems (New York: Sheep Meadow Press, 1980), including setting copy [xerox] and one set of galleys; F. T. Prince: Interview and reading [audiotape]; Notes for a reading of Memoirs in Oxford given in the early 70's [introduction to a reading].