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Found in 14 Collections and/or Records:
Identifier: MS 684
Overview The magazine-sized literary journal devoted to original poetry was published monthly between 2000 and 2006. This collection includes business files, correspondence, and the published issues.
Dates: 2000 - 2005
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 364
Abstract: The collection consists of approximately 235 poems, and correspondence relating to the poetry of Frank Elijah Dudley, of Beaumont, California. Also included in the collection are apparently American Indian artifacts including arrowheads, "swastika" gourd, animal sculptures and a small amount of California gold dust.
Dates: 1920 - 1960
Identifier: MS 354
Overview The contents of this collection include the papers and publications of Harry Van Demark. Within the collection are typescript and bound versions of plays and short stories as well as scrap books, articles, and poetry. Van Demark was considered the most prolific writer in the Houston area of his time.
Dates: 1897 - 1948
Identifier: MS 225
Overview The diary contains Helen Bond’s poetic notes, apparently from friends, as well as her own thoughts and writings.
Dates: 1831 - 1837
Identifier: MS 220
Overview The diary kept by First Lieutenant John Duff Markland includes an itinerary of the voyage of the HMS Albion in the East Indies 1803-1805, and several pages of poetry, but is primarily a series of sketches of ships, shore views, many in color, including drawings of flowers.
Dates: 1803 - 1805
Identifier: MS 146
Overview This collection contains Joseph Lemuel Chester's writing and correspondence.
Dates: 1843 - 1880
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 589
Overview The material in this collection consists of papers from the files of Andre M.G. Bourgeois, Professor of Romance Languages, at Rice University, concerning the life of Rene Boylseve, with particular reference to poems, written by him to Betty Halperine During the First World War. Rene Boylesve was the pseudonym of Rene-marie-auguste Tardiveau, a French novelist noted for his social histories set in the Touraine region of west-central France. He was elected to the French Academy in 1918. (2...
Identifier: UA 040
Overview The collection consists of a book containing meeting reports and newspaper clippings detailing the activities of the club. Also included is a folio containing manuscript and typescript poetry written by club members.
Dates: 1920 - 1940