Women authors, American--20th century
Found in 7 Collections and/or Records:
The Charlotte Ursula Zolotow papers contains professional and personal correspondence, manuscripts, publisher galleys, photographs, slides, and artworks from illustrators. The materials document the personal and professional life of children's book author and editor Charlotte Ursula Zolotow.
One letter and one envelope from Emma Speed Sampson to the recipient Mr. Berkley. The letter describes Sampson's flattery over Berkley's interest in her writing. Typewriting on paper.
Letters, 7 June 1924 and 26 July 1934, of Zona Gale to Henry Seidel Canby, editor of the Saturday Review, concerning his assuming the editorship and requesting a copy of the magazine containing her article, "Note to Novel Readers."
This collection contains clippings, drawings, and other material related to the guide book In and Around Williamsburg With Children written by Sarah R. Houghland, as well as clippings and correspondence concerning Houghland's work with the League of Women Voters in organizing the 1976 Presidential Debate between Gerald Ford and Jimmy Carter in Williamsburg, Virginia.
This collection contains a small archive of books and correspondence from May Sarton, consisting of a copy of "The Fur Person" which was signed by Ms. Sarton, E.M. Sarton's "Letters to May", a signed broadside of "December Moon" with person inscription by Ms. Sarton, a get-well card, a Valentine's Day card, and a condolence card.
Papers, 1887-1953, of Virginia Taylor McCormick, Norfolk, Va. poet, literary critic, essayist, lecturer, and editor of The Lyric magazine, 1921-1929. Includes manuscript and printed poems; essays; lectures; diaries, and correspondence with other poets and writers. Correspondents include Franklin Pierce Adams, Lady Astor, Lord Beaverbrook, Gamaliel Bradford, Van Wyck Brooks, Walter de la Mare, Ellen Glasgow, Rupert Hughes, Amy Lowell, H. L. Mencken and Marjorie Kinnan Rawlings.