LOC/P/P6. General Literature
Found in 257 Collections and/or Records:
Victor Kaufman (1910-1966) was a writer of western stories, and later he became an advertising agent. The collection (1927-1958) contains manuscripts, tearsheets, and correspondence, and also publications of young people's magazines from the 1930s-1940s.
Collection comprises organizational records and personal papers documenting Howard Kershner's involvement in the Christian Freedom Foundation, the American Friends Society, and several international children's relief agencies, including Save the Children,.
Walter Evans Kidd was a noted poet and author of short stories. He was born in 1901 and raised in the Portland, Oregon area. He was educated at the University of Oregon, the University of Iowa and the University of Denver. He held teaching positions at various institutions and published numerous works under the pseudonym Conrad Pendleton. This collection contains correspondence from colleagues and friends as well as other professional materials.
Ernest LaMarr King (1875-1954) was a superintendent for the Southern Pacific Railroad who also wrote articles and stories about the railroad. The collection consists of typed and hand written manuscripts of some of King's stories and articles.
Consists of professional correspondence; manuscripts of short stories, poetry, and books; published stories; royalty statements and contracts; and books, including her novel Don't Ever Leave Me.
Collection comprises correspondence; manuscripts including radio scripts, books, stories, and television scripts; tearsheets; and miscellaneous items associated with journalist and writer Ruth Adams Knight. Some of the items are carbon copies.
Peter Bernard Kyne (1880-1957) was a prominent author of novels and short stories. He served in the Spanish-American War and World War I, and resided in San Francisco most of his life. This collection includes thousands of personal and professional correspondence, and well over a hundred manuscript copies of novels and short stories. While this collection spans the years 1917 to 1957, the majority of the correspondence dates from 1935-1940.
Jacquin "Jack" Lait was a newspaper reporter and theater critic for the Chicago Herald, and also a writer of short stories, plays, and novels. The collection contains literary manuscripts, illustrations, correspondence, and memorabilia.
Lucy Larcom (1824-1893) was a poet, and novelist who wrote about her experiences working in a textile mill beginning at age eleven. The collection (1884) contains one letter that includes a handwritten poem from Larcom to a "Mrs Bray," regarding other writers, and Larcom's growing pile of unanswered mail.
The Laurean and Eutaxian societies were student literary groups at the University of Oregon, founded in 1876 and 1877, respectively, and together they donated a book collection to UO in 1877 that would become the beginning of a University library. The collection contains meeting minutes, treasurer's and cash books, roll call, secretary's book, correspondence, a scrapbook, and volumes of the joint publication, The Reflector.
Fanny Heaslip Lea (1883-1955) was a journalist and author of short stories, novels, plays, and poetry. The collection contains manuscripts, correspondence, and memorabilia, 1912-1955.
Collection contains materials collected by Jeanne Tellier Leeson, author and teacher, in the course of her research on author Lambert Florin, and include correspondence, newsclippings, photos and negatives, ephemera, and writings.
Robert LeFevre (1911-1986) was a conservative and later radical libertarian journalist, writer and teacher. The collection includes correspondence, literary manuscripts, speeches, organizational files, and other materials that reflect his career.
Margaret Carver Leighton (1896-1987) was an author of books for children. The collection includes manuscripts, galley proofs, and correspondence for fifteen books relating to Leighton's interest in historical personages and incidents, as well as her own children.
Charles Henry Lerrigo (1875-1955) was a doctor and writer who practiced medicine in Topeka, Kansas, commanded an ambulance company in France during WWI, and wrote novels, health articles and columns, and served on many medical boards. The collection contains correspondence, manuscripts, published work, diaries, publication records, scrapbooks, and memorabilia.
Elma Levinger (1887-1958) was an author known for her books on Jewish history and culture. The biographical material, manuscripts, and publications in the collection represent her work.
Lee Joseph Levinger (1890-1966) was a Rabbi and an author. The papers include manuscripts of his books, published articles and correspondence.
Sarah Litsey (1901-1996) was a 20th century novelist, poet, and writing teacher from Kentucky. The Sarah Litsey papers includes three handwritten novel drafts, loose typescript notes and passages, as well as editor's comments from Virginia Kirkus.
Philip Littell (1868-1943) was an author of newspaper reviews and columns. The collection (1910-1920) contains family correspondence, published articles, notes, and manuscripts and fragments of essays and ideas.
Lurton Blassingame (1904-1988) was a notable literary agent. The collection primarily includes correspondence with clients..
Lee Lynch (1945- ) is an award-winning writer of lesbian fiction and non-fiction. The Lee Lynch papers contain correspondence, draft manuscripts, notes and research, published works, publicity and promotional material, professional activity and finance documentation, conference and workshop programs, speeches, and ephemera, as well as material related to Lynch’s personal life.
Dr. Jack P. Maddex, Jr. is an emeritus professor of history at the University of Oregon. The papers contain collected publications and correspondence related to socialism, primarily material from the International Socialists organization and its predecessor, the Independent Socialist Clubs of America.
Rosalie Maggio (1943-2021) was a freelance editor and an award-winning author of 24 books and hundreds of articles and stories. The Rosalie Maggio papers contain writing files and material related to public appearances and publicity.
Norma Bicknell (1906-1965) and Robert Mansfield (1906- ) met and married in 1925 while students at the University of Michigan; as undergraduates, both studied creative writing. The collection includes many manuscripts, correspondence and miscellaneous material.
Leo Margulies was a publisher and editor of pulp magazines; started Renown Publications, Inc., with his wife, Cylvia Kleinman Margulies. The collection contains correspondence between Dennis Lynds and Leo and Cylvia Margulies concerning stories Lynds wrote for The Man From U.N.C.L.E. magazine and Mike Shayne Mystery Magazine. Includes outline for a Man From U.N.C.L.E. story, The Shangri-La Affair.