Subject Source: Fast
Found in 71 Collections and/or Records:
Identifier: MS 481
Overview This collection consists of notes on and drafts of Julian Huxley’s “Morphism and Evolution” as well as research materials and correspondence related to his work.
Identifier: MS 186
Overview This collection contains a handwritten manuscript of the play "Ferdinand Raimund."
Identifier: MS 276
Overview These papers represent a broad view of Larry McMurtry’s literary career, including his collaborations with Diana Ossana. Handwritten notes, editorial correspondence, annotated typescripts, and production material show the creative process for McMurtry’s (and Ossana’s) novels, screenplays, teleplays, and essays. While many works are included here, Streets of Laredo and Dead Man’s Walk are among the most fully documented....
Dates: 1890 - 2011; Majority of material found within 1980 - 2011
Identifier: MS 291
Overview This collection contains a hand-made collected edition of poetry by Lois Tompa called "Above the Wall", dedicated to her husband, Joseph Tompa. The manuscript consists of 35 leaves of mimeograph pages stapled together with the author’s autograph inscription.
Identifier: MS 631
Scope and Contents This collection contains typescripts, proofs, correspondence, microfilm, and notecards of Madeleine Alcover for her critical editions and studies on Cyrano de Bergerac; Cyrano’s family, as well as his writer-friends Charles d’Assoucy, Le Royer de Prades, Henry Le Bret, and others. The collection also contains documents and correspondence related to Alcover's academic career.
Dates: 1957 - 2014
Identifier: MS 310
Abstract: This collection consists of a small amount of correspondence, maps, typographical and proofreading instructions in regard to the publication of Rath's The Provisional Austrian Regime in Lombardy-Venetia, 1814-1815 and two typed drafts of the monograph.
Dates: 1814 - 1815
Identifier: MS 491
Overview The bulk of these papers represent Barnes’ writing and journalism career, from her early college years to her lengthy career at the Houston Post newspaper. Included are photocopies of her articles, columns, reviews and editorials, typescripts of her works, photographs, and a small amount of family and biographical materials.
Identifier: MS 023
Abstract: This collection contains the typescript and galley proofs of the book "The Golden Chair", winner of the Southwest Literary Award. It was published by Elsevier Press in 1954. Mr. Arnold is a former student of Rice University where he was editor of the student newspaper the "Thresher" and president of the Writers Club. He was also Rice correspondent for the "Houston Chronicle."
Identifier: MS 243
Overview This typewritten manuscript is titled "Seeking the Garden of the World". It is Oswald Mueller’s English translation of Fritz Scheffel’s Deutsche suchen den Garten der Welt. Mueller authors the preface, in which he describes the story as that of the failed German attempt to colonize Texas into a New-Germania.
Identifier: MS 391
Overview This collection is composed of research materials and manuscripts of Patrick J. Nicholson for his book Mr. Jim: The Biography of James Smither Abercrombie. Included are photocopies of various articles about J.S. Abercrombie, correspondence concerning Nicholson’s research, notes, and typed copies of the manuscript.
Dates: 1846 - 1982