Subject Source: Fast
Found in 8 Collections and/or Records:
Identifier: MS 269
Overview Professional papers, manuscript notes and personal correspondence of Alan Dugald McKillop, Professor of English, Rice University. Included in the collection are: James Thomson letters (photocopies); Samuel Richardson letters (photocopies); Aaron Hill letters; typescripts of articles; reviews of McKillop's books; reviews by McKillop; offprints by McKillop, offprints of other authors (most autographed).
Dates: 1921 - 1972
Identifier: MS 224
Overview This copybook contains handwritten sermons, fables, and letters. Included are: “A letter concerning a consumption,” “The Ambitious Man punished,” Useful and Amusing Conversations,” Useful and wholesome Reflections,” “Reflections on Voltaire’s Semiramis,” “Reflections on our dying Saviour’s Prayer upon the Cross,” and more.
Dates: 1750 - 1760
Identifier: MS 551
Abstract: This collection contains nine boxes of material related to the life and career of Carl Woodring, Professor of Literature, Emeritus, at Columbia University. The collection includes family diaries, family and career-related photographs, personal and literary correspondence, and works written by Woodring.
Identifier: MS 162
Overview This collection contains a letter by Mary Webb, an English author, to Geoffrey Dearmer. The letter, thanking Dr. Dearmer for his advice regarding publishers and some of her writings, also gives a description of her cottage in Hampstead.
Identifier: MS 376
Abtract These Papers represent a portion of the literary career of Dr. Robert L. Patten of Rice University. His writings reflect his interests in Victorian graphic art, history of 19th century publishing, and renowned author Charles Dickens along with renowned illustrator George Cruikshank. Formats include drafts, notes and correspondence related to Dr. Patten's books, articles, lectures and reviews.
Dates: 1963 - 2014
Identifier: UA 057
Overview "Studies in English Literature 1500-1900" is a quarterly journal of historical and critical studies that is based at Rice University. The record group contains correspondence between authors/reviewers and the editors; some original typescripts and galley proofs; correspondence on rejected articles.
Dates: 1959 - 2020
Identifier: MS 168
Overview This collection contains a letter by William Stewart Rose, British poet and translator, to Mr. Sotheby at his auction rooms near Waterloo bridge, complaining that not only was the sale of his books to take place in Whitsun but that the Stokes Park Library was being sold at the same time. He requests that catalogues be sent to various people, including Lady Caroline Lamb and Mr. Murray.
Identifier: MS 385
Overview This collection contains the correspondence, manuscript verse, and proofs of poems of the poet Sir William Watson. Correspondents include R. Ellis Roberts, Clarence Winchester (of the Amalgamated Press), and T.N. Green-Armytage.