Collection, 1883-1927 (bulk 1900-1919).


Collection, 1883-1927 (bulk 1900-1919).

Consists primarily of literary manuscripts collected from Michigan authors, poets, and journalists. Includes the original manuscripts of R.H. Thorpe's "Curfew Must Not Ring Tonight"; "The Suitors of Bridget" by O. Thanet; editorials by G.P. Goodale; essays by G. Ade, F. Carlisle, and R. Gibbons; and other poems, plays, and short stories by turn-of-the-century Michigan writers. Subjects include a short biography of F.C. Newcombe, University of Michigan professor of Botany, and a program from a 1902 banquet honoring Detroit newspaperman Judson Grenell. Also present are copies of the Proceedings of the first annual meeting of the Michigan Woman's Press Association (1891) and The Journalist (1904 Feb. 27); and limited correspondence. Accompanied by 19 photographs, mostly portraits, and 1 tintype.

90 items; most holographs, some signed.


SNAC Resource ID: 6763378

University of Michigan

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