Subject Source: Fast
Found in 4 Collections and/or Records:
E. B. Osborn letters
Identifier: MS 135
Abstract: The collection consists of autographed correspondence between Edward Bolland Osborn (1867-1938) and James Nicol Dunn (1856-1919) between the years 1892 and 1909. The bound letters reveal a wide range of topics and interests that the two men shared from reviewing books and writing articles to professional achievements. The volume contains some biographical information about the two correspondents as well as a prepared index of topics and individuals mentioned in the letters.
Dates: 1892 - 1909
John Campbell personal papers
Identifier: MS 329
Scope and Contents The John Campbell papers comprise two Hollinger boxes of documents and one of letters.The box containing letters is divided into four categories: (1) letters from Anson Jones to John Campbell, 1845-1850; (2) letters either to or from James Campbell, 1833-1863; (3) a folder containing letters exchanged within the Campbell family, 1832-1906; and (4) three folders containing letters either to or from John Campbell, written to or received from correspondents outside the family circle,...
Dates: 1820 - 1906
Max Freund "Houston Journal" and related editorial papers
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
Thomas Moore papers
Identifier: MS 015
Abstract: Chiefly letters of Moore; together with correspondence, poems, engravings, clippings, and photos. Includes material relating to Wilfred S. Dowden, editor of Moore's letters. Correspondents include William Lisle Bowles, Lord and Lady Holland, Thomas Longman, Ellen Moore, James Power, Lord John Russell, Sir Walter Scott, and Mary Shelley.