The Jennifer Atkinson Papers consists of correspondence circa 1985-1995, drafts towards published works including The Dogwood Tree, Dares, and Jepthaw's Vows. Also included are numerous drafts of indiviual works of poetry and prose.
Irving D. Moy was a former student of Roland Bockhorst and graduated from Washington University in St. Louis in 1972. Moy continued to correspond with Bockhorst until his death in 1995. The Roland Bockhorst Correspondence to Irving D. Moy consists of Bockhorst’s side of the correspondence.
Includes 6-page transcript from Kay Boyle's Senate loyalty hearings during the McCarthy era; manuscript draft of a letter from Boyle to Samuel Beckett (2 sheets); two letters from Kenneth Burke to Boyle (including one with photocopied letter from Mona Van Duyn to Burke on verso); one letter from Evan Connell to Boyle; and one letter from Alexandra Pringle at Virago Press in London to Boyle (with Boyle's manuscript annotations).
The Department of Classics Records consists of a small collection of correspondence from Carl W. Conrad and William Sale (1978-1979), degree requirements for a M.A. and a Ph.D, and information regarding the John and Penelope Biggs Resident in the Classics (1996).