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Manuscripts

 Subject
Subject Source: Fast

Found in 71 Collections and/or Records:

Igor Stravinsky Archive

 Collection
Identifier: MS 753
Overview The Igor Stravinsky Archive contains annotated proofs, autograph and copyist manuscripts, and associated material of the works of the revolutionary Russian-born composer Igor Stravinsky. The majority of the proofs contain significant corrections, alterations, and annotations in Stravinsky’s hand, some of which include quite extensive autograph musical manuscript additions in the hand of the composer in addition to autograph textual notes. A number of the proofs are present in successive...
Dates: 1908 - 1974; Majority of material found within 1908 - 1938

Instruction dans l’Arithmetique, arithmetic instruction book

 Collection
Identifier: MS 227
Overview Arithmetic instruction book written in French from the first half of the seventeenth century. It consists of 284 pages written in calligraphy and ornamented with colored drawings. It was probably written for the instruction of a Prince of Orange.
Dates: 1650

Ira Gruber academic papers

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Identifier: UA 204
Abstract Collection contains the academic writings, professional and personal correspondence, courses taught, and biographical information of Ira Gruber before and while a professor of History at Rice University.
Dates: 1934 - 2022

James A. Clark papers

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Identifier: MS 277
Abstract: Research materials related to the publications and unpublished works of author/historian and public relations consultant James A. Clark. Included are materials related to Three Stars for the Colonel: The Biography of Ernest O. Thompson, The Tactful Texan: A Biography of Governor Will Hobby, Book of Oil, Petroleum Rectifying Company of California, Hughes Tool Co., Pan American Sulfur Company,...
Dates: 1889 - 1974

James H. Chillman, Jr. papers

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Identifier: MS 482
Overview Correspondence, typescripts, printed material, news clippings, photographs, books, memorabilia, dating 1891 to 1972 and covering family and professional life of James Chillman, Agnes Cullen Arnold Professor of Fine Arts at the Rice Institute and the first director of the Museum of Fine Arts, Houston. Many of the transcripts of his radio show "Art is Fun" are in the collection along with a thorough photographic history of his family and career. A large number of news articles are featured...
Dates: 1891-1972

James Pinckney Miller papers

 Collection
Identifier: MS 013
Overview Drafts, including screenplays, of several of Miller's works including "Days of Wine and Roses" (1963), "Rabbit Trap," and "Race for Home" (1968); together with correspondence and notes concerning these works, copyright procedures, credits, and research. Includes material relating to Writers Guild of America, West.
Dates: circa 1939-1999, bulk dates 1960-1999; Majority of material found within

Jared Ellison Groce biographical manuscript, 1936

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Identifier: MS 179
Abstract: Biographical sketch of Jared Ellsion Groce, one of the Old Three Hundred (Austin's first colony), who emigrated to Texas in January 1822. Time period described ranges from 1782-1836.
Dates: 1936

Jean-Claude de Bremaecker manuscript of "Geophysics: The Earth’s Interior"

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Identifier: MS 396
Overview This collection contains the manuscript entitled "Geophysics: The Earth’s Interior" by Jean-Claude de Bremaecker. De Bremaecker is a Professor Emeritus of Geology at Rice University.
Dates: 1985

John Robert Anderson manuscript of "The Old Adam"

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Identifier: MS 375
Overview This collection contains a xerox copy of the typescript of "The Old Adam," an unpublished novel called with a West Texas setting written by John Anderson. Anderson, a 1976 graduate of Rice University, wrote the novel while pursuing a Ph.D. at Yale University. At the time this typescript was accessioned (1983), Anderson was a professor at Pennsylvania University; the novel was unpublished.
Dates: 1982

J.T. McCants research material for book entitled: Some Information Concerning the Rice Institute

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Identifier: UA 296
Overview This collection contains research materials, the original typescript, and photocopies of Some Information Concerning the Rice Institute, written by J.T. McCants in 1955. The text deals with the early history of the Rice Institute, describing its founder, the general plan, first buildings, formal opening, and the first academic year.
Dates: 1952 - 1962