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Scope Note: Found in 27 Collections and/or Records:

Mary Jo Bang Papers

Identifier: MS-MS-ms154
Scope and Contents The Mary Jo Bang Papers consists largely of her own manuscript materials, including drafts of individual poems, book reviews, essays, introductions and translations, as well as editorial material toward her published and unpublished books. Also included are personal journals, college work, artwork, printed materials and ephemera. A substantial amount of personal and business correspondence is present, primarily with friends, family, editors, students, and...

John M. Bennett Papers

Identifier: MS-MS-ms009
Scope and Contents A large portion of the Bennett Papers consists of mail or correspondence art, a unique blend of painting, drawing, stickers, rubber stamp work, found objects, poetry, clippings, collage, etc., which are then sent through the postal system. Like all mail artists, Bennett is also a recipient of mail art, and his Papers include hundreds of examples of the work of many of the leading correspondence artists working today. The Bennett Papers also include his own manuscripts and poetry journals, as...

Bergun Huff Brown Collection

 Collection — Box VMF 2, Folder: 02
Identifier: MS-VMF-vmf016
Scope and Contents Photocopies and transcriptions of the letters of Private Bergun H. Brown, August 27, 1861 through February 20, 1865 in the 29th Regiment, Indiana Volunteer Infantry.  Bound together under the title, "Bergun H. Brown's Civil War Days," with text by his son, Guy M. Brown (1972).A compilation of original source material including letters, a diary, documents, and historical narratives, the collection presents a vivid picture of a Union soldier's experiences and attitudes throughout...

Benjamin Clapp Diary

 Collection — Box VMF 3, Folder: 9
Identifier: MS-VMF-vmf029
Scope and Contents

Diary of Benjamin Clapp concerning his activities as a merchant in Conton, China and the voyage there. 52 pages, bound in morron cloth. Includes facimile portrait of Clapp.

Katherine Corbitt Collection

 Collection — Box VMF 4, Folder: 1
Identifier: MS-VMF-vmf034
Scope and Contents

A diary by Corbitt and a diary by an unknown person describing their trip on the De Potter's Annual Long Summer Tour.

Robert Creeley Papers

Identifier: MS-MS-ms031
Scope and Contents Series I, Correspondence, 1945-1968, bulking 1963-1968, including letters from Charles Olson, Lawrence Ferlinghetti, W.S.Merwin, Witter Bynner, Louis Zukofsky, Henry Rago, Fred Eckman, others and correspondence among Creeley, Walter Hamady and Henry Wenning on publication of The Charm, Words, For Joel, letters from Creeley to Dudley Wynn, University of New Mexico, others, c. 200 items;Series 2, Literary manuscripts, inc. those of The Charm, Divisions & other early poems,...

William Greenleaf Eliot Personal Papers

Identifier: WUA-03-wua00068
Scope and Contents

The papers of William G. Eliot include diaries, letters, published works, published and unpublished sermons and talks, newspaper clippings of articles written by or about Eliot, photographs; and biographical and other material about Eliot. Also included in the collection are enslavement documents, which include letters and bonds of indemnity as Eliot purchased enslaved persons in order to emancipate them.

Raymond Federman Papers

Identifier: MS-MS-ms044
Scope and Contents The Raymond Federman Collection includes extensive draft and proof materials toward Federman's books including Double or Nothing, Amer Eldorado, Aunt Rachel's Fur, and Shhh. Also, materials relating to his critical work on Samuel Beckett, short stories, poems, essays, extensive correspondence, unpublished works, reel-to-reel audio recordings, student...

Betty Grossman Papers

Identifier: WUA-04-wua00181
Scope and Contents

This collection includes correspondence, publications, scrapbooks, photographs, diaries, and information regarding George Mylonas.

David Hughes Papers

 Collection — Box 1
Identifier: WUA-04-wua00465
Scope and Contents

The David Hughes Papers consists of photocopies of a personal log maintained by Hughes during his flight training at naval air stations in Pensacola and Jacksonville, Florida, and in San Diego, California, from April 18, 1943, to April 10, 1944. Also included are a photocopy of an additional short story written by Hughes, photographs, and copies of Washington University Magazine featuring articles concerning Hughes personal log.