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Found in 52 Collections and/or Records:
Houston Book Clubs research materials
Identifier: MS 521
Abstract: The Houston Book Clubs Research Materials consist of material from 1993-2007, including interviews, surveys, emails, reports, essays, lists, and correspondence between Elizabeth Long and members of the literary community. The files were compiled by Elizabeth Long during her study of the role of women's reading groups for her 2003 book "Book Clubs: Women and the Uses of Reading in Everyday Life" (University of Chicago Press).
Dates: 1993 - 2007
James A. Clark papers
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Abstract: Research materials related to the publications and unpublished works of author/historian and public relations consultant James A. Clark.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
Jeffrey J. Kripal Academic Papers
Identifier: UA 383
Overview The Jeffrey J. Kripal Papers mostly covers Kripal’s tenure at Rice University up to 2015 (and will eventually cover at least up to 2019) but also reaches as far back as 1970. It includes correspondence, unpublished manuscripts, course materials, and on-going research.
Dates: 1970 - 2015
John Masefield papers
Identifier: MS 323
Abstract: This collection is comprised of 41 items, most of which are letters or cards from English poet, playwright and novelist, John Masefield to Miss Mabel Cary Fogg of West Didsbury, Manchester. The collection covers the years from 1911 to 1931, when the poet was in his most productive and well regarded years.
Dates: 1911 - 1931
Julian Huxley and Anita Loos correspondence
Identifier: MS 082
Abstract Correspondence between biologist Julian Huxley to Anita Loos, American screenwriter, playwright, and author. Many of these are great in length and most with remarkable content, evidencing the intimacy of Huxley and Loos.
Dates: 1960 - 1966
Julian Huxley letter to Mr. Fred Dyke
Identifier: MS 058
Abstract: Personal letter from biologist Sir Julian Huxley to Mr. Fred Dyke, a Rice Institute student, in regards to meeting for tea.
Julian Sorell Huxley “Morphism and Evolution” papers
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.
"Lady's Pictorial" and "The Gentlewoman" Letters, 1884-1917
Identifier: MS 131
Overview This is a collection of 64 letters addressed to Goddard and Wood. Notable correspondents include Edwin Lester Arnold, F.C. Burnand, Hall Caine, Sir F. Carruthers Goulde, Lillie Langtry, Clotilde Graves and Gertrude Kingston.
Dates: 1884-03-02 - 1917-04-04
Larry McMurtry and Diana Ossana Papers
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
Letters of Orlando L. Poole and His Mother, 1839 and 1854
Identifier: MS 591
Abstract The collection consists of two handwritten letters.
Dates: 1839 and 1854