Thompson, S. mss., 1911-1976


Thompson, S. mss., 1911-1976

Collection consists of the papers of Stith Thompson, 1885-1976, including correspondence; writings by Thompson; biographical and autobiographical materials such as travel files and diaries; materials relating to professional societies and conferences to which he belonged and attended; and family genealogies on which he worked over the years.

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Carleton Fairchild Brown was secretary of the Modern Language Association of America. He was also associated with Bryn Mawr College. From the description of Letter to Horace Howard Furness, Jr., n.d. (University of Pennsylvania Library). WorldCat record id: 155882758 ...

Röhrich, Lutz (person)

Jakobson, Roman and Svatava (person)

Spargo, John W. (person)

Espinosa, Aurelio (person)

Marshall, Alexander H. (person)

Beatty, Arthur, 1869-1943 (person)

Megas, Georgios (person)

Rubin, Ruth. (person)

Ruth Rubin was a folkorist and a noted performer of Yiddish folksong. Her performances in New York included recitals at Carnegie Hall and at Town Hall. She was born in Montreal in 1906. From the guide to the Ruth Rubin Collection of Yiddish folksong and folklore [sound recording] :, 1947-1966, (The New York Public Library. Rodgers and Hammerstein Archives of Recorded Sound.) ...

Hand, Wayland D. (person)

Waterman, Richard Alan, 1914-1971 (person)

Mitchell, Ruth Crawford, 1890- (person)

Career: born June 2, 1890, Atlantic Heights, New Jersey; daughter of Stanford and Gertrude (Smith) Crawford; B.A. Vassar, 1912; M.A. Washington University, 1915; married LeRoy Bradley Mitchell, November 27, 1923. Activities and honors include Social Survey of Prague sponsored by War Council of the Y.W.C.A., U.S.A.; Czech-American Summer Training School for Social Workers; return trips in 1925, 1936, 1946, 1961, 1965, 1967, 1969; Treasurer, Masaryk Publications Trust, 1959- ; The Cross of Knight ...

Ikeda, Hiroko (person)

Jackson, George Pullen (person)

Loorits, Oskar, 1900- (person)

Pinckney, Sarah (person)

Lee, Hector, 1908-1992 (person)

Hector Lee completed his MA from Berkeley in the 1930s and became an instructor at the University of Utah. In the early 1940s, Lee, along with Austin Fife and Wayland Hand, conducted extensive fieldwork on the Mormon legend of the Three Nephites, which is why Lee, Fife, and Hand were jokingly called "The Three Nephites" by their friends. In a 1985 Newsletter of the Folklore Society of Utah article, Dave Stanley wrote: " In 1942, Lee published an article: "The Three Nephites: A Disap...

Lessa, William (person)

Strömbäck, Dag (person)

Schacht, P. L. (person)

Winther, O. O. (person)

Wallace, Roy (person)

Kirkland, Edwin C. (person)

Brewster, Paul G. (person)

Anderson, Walter, 1885-1962 (person)

Beckwith, Martha (person)

Dawkins, R. M. (Richard McGillivray), 1871-1955 (person)

Lindgren, E. J. (Ethel John) (person)

Hinton, James (person)

Epithet: MD British Library Archives and Manuscripts Catalogue : Person : Description : ark:/81055/vdc_100000001296.0x0002ec Epithet: history lecturer Warwick University, great-great-grandson of J Hinton MD British Library Archives and Manuscripts Catalogue : Person : Description : ark:/81055/vdc_100000000208.0x000010 Epithet: Congregational minister at Oxford British Library Archives and Manuscripts Catalogue : Person : Description : ark:/81...

Herzog, George, 1901-1983 (person)