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Found in 51 Collections and/or Records:
Identifier: MS 338
Abstract: This collection contains the correspondence and other material of Dr. Stockton Axson, first head of the Rice English department and one of its most famous lecturers and teachers. Included are photographs, newspaper clippings, letters to family, telegrams, unpublished manuscripts, and a scrapbook.
Dates: 1912 - 1935
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 460
Abstract This collection consists of correspondence, research notes, and published articles and manuscripts related to German and Slavic Studies by Rice University professor Susan L. Clark, as well as some co-authored by her colleague Julian M. Wasserman. Collection Date Range: 1976-1990. This collection is 1.5 linear feet (3 boxes).
Identifier: MS 382
Abstract: The collection consists of a revised manuscript of The Case of the South Against the Encyclopaedia Britannica and other Maligners and contains approximately 140 loose sheets of various sizes, consisting of printed material pasted on with handwritten notations and revisions.
Dates: circa 1903
Identifier: MS 140
Abstract: The collection includes letters from, portraits, autographs, and a drawing of, a fragment of a poem by, and an article written by Thomas Campbell, as well as biographical information about Campbell and Alfred Tennyson.
Dates: 1807 - 1843
Identifier: MS 187
Overview This collection is composed of a manuscript book titled “Nur so—kann uns noch geholfen warden!/Humoristischer Lichtbilder – Vortrag zur 35-Jar-Feier der IIIc 1887” written by von Ronsperger and includes several mounted photographs of caricatures. The manuscript is written in German.
Identifier: MS 484
Abstract: This collection is comprised of materials which Waldo Greene, a student of Thornton Wilder's, gathered about Wilder during Wilder's lifetime and up until Greene's death. Included among these materials are correspondence, bibliographies, newspaper and journal clippings, photographs, playbills, and copies of Wilder's typewritten journals.
Identifier: MS 298
Abstract: The papers consist of three handwritten short essays by Black, each pasted into a bound volume: “The Borderland of Dreams," “Metropolitan Conveyances” and “My Lady Jemimah…”.
Identifier: MS 350
Abstract: This collection consists of a bound typescript of the book "The American Tory", which is the study of the Loyalists (or “Tories”) of the American Revolution.
Identifier: MS 628
Scope and Contents The collection includes Diana P. Hobby's writing and research notes, from the early 1950s to 2014, focused on her study of William Butler Yeats. The bulk of the collection consists of family photographs and slides from the Hobby family's worldwide travels and their frequent visits to Ireland, and to Diana Hobby's family farm in North Carolina, Forest Home, along with their equestiran endeavors and competitions, and their lives and friends in Houston, TX.
Dates: ca. 1950s-2000s