Subject Source: Fast
Found in 14 Collections and/or Records:
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 122
Abstract: This is a handwritten letter dated July 30, 1828 and signed by C.A. Somerset. The letter is addressed to an un-named publisher, in which Somerset refers to a short manuscript sent with the letter and requests addresses for "respectable publishers in the Whig interest."
Identifier: MS 176
Overview This collection consists of a letter written by von Bauernfeld to an unknown correspondent and a handwritten poem. Both items are written in German.
Identifier: MS 297
Abstract: Two autographed letters by George Cruikshank, one addressed to Angus B. Reach, 1845, the other addressed to Captain [Edwin] Hurley, 1868.
Dates: 1845; 1868
Identifier: MS 637
Overview The central item in this collection is a remarkable contemporary manuscript report of Robert Schumann's conducting at Dusseldorf, written by W. Wortmann, deputy mayor of Düsseldorf and a leading member of the administration of the Allgemeiner Musikverein (of whose orchestra and chorus Schumann had been appointed director in 1850).
Dates: 1853-1939 (bulk 1853)
Identifier: MS 325
Abstract This collection contains the correspondence, photos, newsclippings, proofs, and manuscripts of Max Freund, Professor Emeritus of Rice University. The papers relate for the most part to Freund's works, especially Gustav Dresel's Houston Journal, which he edited and translated. Also included are lecture notes on Ireland and Anglo-Irish Literature, a translation of George Moor's "The Wild Goose" as well as translations of other Moore materials, and the published version of his Ph.D. thesis "Die...
Dates: 1904 - 1975
Identifier: MS 311
Abstract: On his 1835 trip from Georgia to Texas, Mirabeau Buonaparte Lamar kept a manuscript diary. The journal is written in continuous narrative form, with frequent historical or descriptive passages inserted, covering the months June-October, 1835, the period during which Lamar apparently made his decision to settle in Texas permanently and join in the Texian battle for independence from Mexico.
Identifier: MS 493
Abstract: Typescripts, correspondence, sketches, autographs, articles, notes and other research material relating to George Cruikshank's career as an illustrator as well as his personal and family life. Robert L. Patten's two volume work, George Cruikshank’s Life, Times, and Art> is a comprehensive study of the life and art of George Cruikshank.
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: MS 130
Overview This collection contains forty-nine letters from Sir Francis Cowley Burnand, British editor of "Punch" magazine,to various people he worked with. The letters span the years 1861-1908
Dates: 1861 - 1908