Authors clippings : "GROUP" folder 1942-1991.


Authors clippings : "GROUP" folder 1942-1991.


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Atherton, Gertrude Franklin Horn, 1857-1948 (person)

American novelist and non-fiction writer. From the description of Gertrude Franklin Horn Atherton collection, 1907-1945. (Bryn Mawr College). WorldCat record id: 44590095 California author. From the description of TLS, n.d. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 754866384 Gertrude Franklin Horn Atherton was an American novelist, short-story writer, biographer, and literary critic. From the description of Gertrude Franklin Horn Atherton collection of ...

Monterey Public Library. California History Room. (corporateBody)

Many of the clippings were compiled during the 1930s and 1940s. These were incorporated into the present file dating from the 1950s, with the staff making substantial additions until the file was closed to clippings from the Monterey County Herald in 1995. Subsequent articles and obituaries published in the Herald from January 1, 1995, through June 30, 2003, may be found in the Herald Index on the Libraryʼs catalog. With the exception of the Monterey Herald (available on microfilm), various othe...

Kerouac, Jack, 1922-1969 (person)

Jean-Louis Lebris de Kérouac (March 12, 1922 – October 21, 1969), known as Jack Kerouac, was an American novelist of French Canadian ancestry, who, alongside William S. Burroughs and Allen Ginsberg, was a pioneer of the Beat Generation. Raised in a French-speaking home in Lowell, Massachusetts, Kerouac learned English at age six and spoke with a marked accent into his late teens. Kerouac spent much of his youth engaged in sports and other physical activities. His athletic prowess earned him a...

Seuss, Dr., 1904-1991 (person)

Theodor Seuss Geisel (March 2, 1904 – September 24, 1991), beloved author and illustrator of children's books known as Dr. Seuss, was born on March 2, 1904, in Springfield, Massachusetts to Theodor Robert and Henrietta (Seuss) Geisel. His father, the son of German immigrant parents, managed the family brewery and later supervised (1931-1960) Springfield's public park system. Ted Geisel grew up in the midst of a German American community coping with growing anti-German war sentiment, attended Spr...

Stein, Gertrude, 1874-1946 (person)

Gertrude Stein (b. February 3, 1874, Allegheny, PA-d. July 27, 1946, Neuilly-sur-Seine, France) was an American novelist, poet, playwright, and art collector. She moved to Paris and acquired a love for modern painting. Stein began building a personal collection of major artists, many of whom became her friends and formed the core of her regular salons. In 1907, as Stein was struggling to establish herself as a writer, she met Alice Babette Toklas, a fellow American who had come to P...

Twain, Mark, 1835-1910 (person)

Mark Twain (b. Samuel Langhorne Clemens, November 30, 1835, Florida, MO – d. April 21, 1910, Redding, CT) was an American writer, humorist, entrepreneur, publisher, and lecturer. Among his novels are The Adventures of Tom Sawyer (1876) and its sequel, the Adventures of Huckleberry Finn (1885). Twain served an apprenticeship with a printer and then worked as a typesetter, contributing articles to the newspaper of his older brother Orion Clemens. He later became a riverboat pil...

Jeffers, Robinson, 1887-1962 (person)

Poet. Married Una Call Kuster in 1913. From the description of Papers of Robinson Jeffers, 1924-1941 (bulk 1924-1926). (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 71130961 Robinson Jeffers (1887-1962) was an American poet and dramatist. Born in Pittsburgh in 1887, he graduated from Occidental College in 1905. He married Una Call Jeffers (1884-1950) in 1913, and they had three children. His inspiration came from his wife, their home that he built in 1919, Tor House, and the rugged Big Sur...

Sherman, William T. (William Tecumseh), 1820-1891 (person)

Sherman was born in 1820 in Lancaster, Ohio, near the banks of the Hocking River. His father, Charles Robert Sherman, a successful lawyer who sat on the Ohio Supreme Court, died unexpectedly in 1829. He left his widow, Mary Hoyt Sherman, with eleven children and no inheritance. After his father's death, the nine-year-old Sherman was raised by a Lancaster neighbor and family friend, attorney Thomas Ewing, Sr., a prominent member of the Whig Party who served as senator from Ohio and as the first S...

Van Sickle, Louise. (person)

MacGowan, Grace. (person)

Liese, Alfrieda. (person)

Decker, Keith. (person)

Dillon, Richard S., M.D. (person)

Title: 9th Viscount Dillon British Library Archives and Manuscripts Catalogue : Person : Description : ark:/81055/vdc_100000000440.0x000163 ...

Clark, Sydney Aylmer (person)

Williams, Jesse Lynch, 1871-1929 (person)

Newberry, Perry (person)

Mead, Margaret, 1901-1978 (person)

American anthropologist. From the description of Letter 1968 June 12. (Denver Public Library). WorldCat record id: 38156541 Anthropologist. From the description of Collection re Margaret Mead, 1978-1979. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 71131863 Anthropologist, author, and educator. From the description of Margaret Mead papers and South Pacific Ethnographic Archives, 1838-1996 (bulk 1911-1978). (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 71068917 M...

Maino, Jeannette Gould, 1912- (person)

Adams, Ansel, 1902-1984 (person)

Ansel Adams, American photographer, was born February 20, 1902 in San Francisco, California. He was tutored privately at home where he studied piano, San Francisco, from 1914 to 1927, then studied photography with the photofinisher Frank Dittman, in San Francisco, in 1916 and 1917. He married Virginia Best in 1928, and had two children, Michael and Anne. Adams began his career as a photographer, 1927, and worked as a commercial photographer, from 1930 to 1960. He was a photography correspond...

MacGowan, Alice, 1858-1947 (person)

Pinkerton, Kathrene, 1887-1967 (person)

Robert E. Pinkerton (1882-1970) and Kathrene Pinkerton (1887-1967) were writers of both fiction and nonfiction. Robert E. Pinkerton was born March 12, 1882 in Arena, Wisconsin. He attended the University of Wisconsin for two years. He worked as a cub reporter on the Milwaukee Free Press and was later telegraph news editor for The Journal in Milwaukee. Kathrene Pinkerton was born in Minneapolis, Minnesota, June 9 1887. She received her B.A. from the University...

Ricketts, Edward Flanders, 1897-1948 (person)

Edward Flanders Robb Ricketts was born in Chicago, Illinois May 14, 1897. From 1923 until his death in 1948, Ricketts lived in the Monterey, California area where he pursued his career as a marine biologist and became good friends with John Steinbeck. From the description of Edward Flanders Ricketts papers, 1936-1979 (inclusive), 1936-1947 (bulk). (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 122552895 Edward Flanders Robb Ricketts was born on May 14, 1897, in Chicago, Illinoi...

Brewster, William (person)

Roberson, Don (person)

Ariss, Bruce (person)

Masten, Ric (person)

Pomeroy, Imary Barnas. (person)

Cole-Johnson, Nathalie. (person)

Wall, Rosalind Sharpe (person)

Root, Johnathan. (person)

Pinkerton, Robert Eugene (person)

Mayer, Milton (person)

Hopper, James, 1876-1956 (person)

Winslow, Walker. (person)

Stoddard, Charles Warren, 1843-1909 (person)

California author. From the description of Charles Warren Stoddard letters and manuscripts : to Frank Arthur Putnam, 1903-1906. (University of California, Berkeley). WorldCat record id: 78215414 Author and professor of English, University of Notre Dame, 1885-1887. From the description of Papers, 1870-1927. (University of Notre Dame). WorldCat record id: 23706788 American poet and travel writer. From the description of Autograph letter signed ...

Matson, Howard. (person)

Dixon, H. Vernor (Harry Vernor), 1908- (person)

Fairbairn, Anne (person)

Williams, Marion E. (person)

Danielson, Peter (person)

Parker, Helen, 1956- (person)

Brindel, June Rachuy (person)

Crouch, Steve, 1915-1983 (person)

Allen, Terry, 1958- (person)

Bierce, Ambrose, 1842-1914? (person)

Ambrose Bierce was born in Horse Cave Creek, Ohio, on June 24, 1842. After military service in the Civil War, he settled in San Francisco, where he met Mark Twain and became a columnist and writer. Bierce became known for his sharp, sarcastic wit while writing for the "Argonaut," the "Wasp," and the "San Francisco Examiner." A member of the Bohemian Club, he became acquainted with many of the prominent San Francisco authors. After his retirement Bierce traveled into Texas and toward Mexico, at a...

D'Orge, Jeanne, 1887-1964. (person)

Parker, Cornelia Stratton, 1885-1972 (person)

Linn, Robert (person)

Blanding, Don, 1894-1957 (person)

Poet and illustrator; b. in Kingfisher, Okla; resided in Honolulu, Hawaii, and Los Angeles, Calif. From the description of Don Blanding photograph collection, 1945-1965. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 213814209 From the description of Don Blanding collection, 1920-1949. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 213814478 From the description of Don Blanding photograph collection, 1903-1965. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 244097580 From the description of Don Blanding ...

Cleary, Beverly, 1916- (person)

Noted children's author, Beverly Cleary, was born in McMinnville, Oregon in 1916. She attended the University of California at Berkley and the University of Washington. She worked as a librarian until she began her career as a writer in 1950. She has won numerous awards for her books, notably the Ramona books. Biographical source: Something About the Author, vol. 121, p. 50-62. From the guide to the Beverly Cleary Papers, 1959, 1977, (University of Minnesota ...

Calvin, Jack (person)

Williams, Mona Goodwyn, 1906- (person)

American author. From the description of Mona Williams collection, [19--]-[19--]. (Boston University). WorldCat record id: 70926128 ...

McPartland, John (person)

Miller, Richard F. (person)

Richard F. Miller, a resident of Bedford County, Virginia, arrived in Texas in 1836 during the Runaway Scrape. His arrival came shortly after the death of his brother Thomas R. Miller who was killed at the Alamo. Richard F. Miller's cousin was John Winston Quarles. John W. Quarles was born in 1811, the son of John and Sarah Winston Quarles. John W. Quarles married Cornelia M. Barksdale in 1846 and together they had seven children. John W. Quarles died in 1888. ...

Nybakken, James W. (James Willard), 1936- (person)

Baldridge, Alan (person)

Higashi, Carolyn. (person)

Flavin, Martina (person)

Thorp, David, 1953- (person)

Edeen, John (person)

Rogers, Rosemary (person)

Brinig, Myron, 1897-1991 (person)

American novelist. From the description of Letter : to Tony [Price], 1933 June 11. (Harry Ransom Humanities Research Center (HRC); University of Texas at Austin). WorldCat record id: 122648369 Myron Brinig, a Jewish-American writer, published twenty-one novels between 1929 and 1958. He is remembered for being one of the first authors to create homosexual characters. A homosexual himself, he remained publicly closeted all of his life. Born in Minneapolis on December 22, 1896,...

O'Neill, Carlotta (person)

Carlotta Monterey O'Neill was married to the playwright Eugene O'Neill. From the guide to the Carlotta O'Neill notebook of letters and photographs, 1927-1954, (The New York Public Library. Billy Rose Theatre Division.) Carlotta Monterey O'Neill was married to the playwright, Eugene O'Neill. From the description of Notebook of letters and photographs, 1927-1954. (New York Public Library). WorldCat record id: 122616268 ...

Dana, Richard Henry, 1815-1882 (person)

Lawyer and author. From the description of Richard Henry Dana correspondence, 1843-1876. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 79449368 Author and lawyer Richard Henry Dana was the privileged son of an aristocratic Massachusetts family. Taking time from Harvard because of medical problems, he went to sea, where his experiences as a sailor inspired him to write Two Years Before the Mast. A sea story that was part memoir and part social commentary, the novel proved to be popular with...

Davenport, Marcia, 1903-1996 (person)

American writer. From the description of Typewritten letter signed, dated Pebble Beach, Ca., 2 May 1991, to Miss [Joan] Peyser, 1991 May 2. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 270992393 Author and music critic. From the description of Marcia Davenport papers, 1929-1970 (bulk 1932-1960). (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 71131131 Biographical Note 1903, June 9 ...

Brooks, Jamie Sue. (person)

Berne, Eric (person)

Physician, psychiatrist. Author, Games People Play ; founder of transactional analysis, International Transactional Analysis Association. From the description of Papers, 1933-1977, bulk 1940-67. (University of California, San Francisco). WorldCat record id: 30694382 Biography For Dr. Berne's biography see: Jorgensen, Elizabeth Walter. Eric Berne: Master Gamesman. (New York: Grove Press, 1984); als...

Matson, Rosemary. (person)

Humanist, feminist, and long-time lay leader in the Unitarian Universalist Association, Rosemary Matson (b.1917) was a co-founder of the First Unitarian Fellowship (now Church) of Honolulu in the early 1950s. Moving to California to work for the Pacific Coast Unitarian Council, she met Rev. Howard Matson whom she married in 1957. In 1962 he became associate minister at the San Francisco Unitarian Universalist Society while she worked at the Starr King School for the Ministry, fund r...

O'Moran, Mabel (person)

Griggs, Gary. (person)

Gilman, Peter, 1928-1999 (person)

Duncan, David K. (person)

Member of the firm of Duncan and Wilson, Pittsburgh. They were engaged extensively in trade and their operations extended to Detroit, Vincennes and other places. In 1787 Duncan was engaged in supplying all the U.S. posts. His will, drawn Dec. 20, 1791, in Pittsburgh, mentions his Widow, Margaret, two sons, Samuel and David, and three daughters. It disposed of his Pittsburgh residence and a plantation "on the hill," apparently in that vicinity. (blue index cards) From the description ...

Brewster, Margaret (person)

Lewis, Sinclair, 1885-1951 (person)

Sinclair Lewis (b. Feb. 7, 1885, Sauk Centre, MN–d. January 10, 1951, Rome, Italy) was an American novelist, short-story writer, and playwright. He was the first American to be awarded the Nobel Prize in Literature in 1930. ...

O'Neill, Eugene, 1888-1953 (person)

A biographical timeline is provided in the Eugene O'Neill Papers (YCAL MSS 123). From the guide to the Eugene O'Neill collection, 1912-1993, (Beinecke Rare Book and Manuscript Library) American playwright. From the description of Papers, 1913-1986, 1913-1950 (bulk). (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 155490040 From the description of Papers of Eugene O'Neill [manuscript], 1915-1940. (University of Virginia). WorldCat record id: 647810476 From the de...

Pearson, Ridley (person)

Foster, Michael. (person)

O'Connell, Daniel B. (person)

Grant, Anne C., Ph. D. (person)

Williams, Albert Rhys (person)

Yamaguchi, Raymond. (person)

Rigsby, Howard (person)

McEnroe, Jay. (person)

Chapman, Wendell. (person)

Wilson, Harry Leon, 1867-1939 (person)

American author and humorist. From the description of Harry Leon Wilson papers, [ca. 1879-1939]. (University of California, Berkeley). WorldCat record id: 26869946 ...

Steinhart, Peter (person)

Burton, Virginia Lee, 1909-1968 (person)

American author and illustrator of children's picture books. From the description of Life story : production material. (University of Minnesota, Minneapolis). WorldCat record id: 62436210 From the description of The emperor's new clothes : production material. (University of Minnesota, Minneapolis). WorldCat record id: 62731868 From the description of The little house : production material. (University of Minnesota, Minneapolis). WorldCat record id: 62731867 ...

Stewart, Bruce (person)

Williams, Michael R. (person)

Epithet: Editor 'The Commonweal' British Library Archives and Manuscripts Catalogue : Person : Description : ark:/81055/vdc_100000001185.0x000156 ...

Pendleton, Don, 1945- (person)

Author of mystery and crime fiction, science fiction, suspense, short stories, non-fiction and poetry. He is best known for the character Mack Bolan, featured in his Executioner series. From the description of Papers, ca.1968-1995. (Indiana University). WorldCat record id: 156786656 ...

Simonton, Ann (person)

Frank, Ellen Eve. (person)

Chase, Katherine J. (person)

Kesey, Ken (person)

Ken Kesey was a uniquely American author and cultural figure. His interest in the outdoors, the extraordinary, and experimental drug use inspired his first novel, One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest. Equally vital as a member of the Merry Pranksters, the 1960s counterculture group, Kesey expressed and embodied an uninhibited individual's need to resist corrupt authority. His literary output was sparse, as he preferred experience to authorship, but his mantra of being different without being a threat...

Clairmonte, Glenn (person)

Faber, Phyllis M. (person)

Cameron, Eleanor, 1912-1996 (person)

American author and critic of children's fiction. From the description of A spell is cast : production material. (University of Minnesota, Minneapolis). WorldCat record id: 62423377 American author and critic of chlidren's and young adult fiction. From the description of The green and burning tree : production material. (University of Minnesota, Minneapolis). WorldCat record id: 62423374 American author and critic of children's and young adult fiction; K...

Ritchie, Robert Welles, 1879-1942 (person)

Maynard, Theodore (person)

Hart, Muriel (person)

Knight, James Wilfred (person)

Gann, Ernest Kellogg, 1910-1991 (person)

Popular novelist, usually writing about airplanes and the history of flight. From the description of Papers. (Colgate University). WorldCat record id: 31915858 ...

Buchsbaum, Mildred (person)

Buehr, Camilla. (person)

March, Raymond E. (person)

Scott, Jody. (person)

Williams, Henry Meade. (person)

Ware, Leon (person)

Mason, James Redfern (person)

Luhan, Mabel Dodge, 1879-1962 (person)

Mabel Ganson was born on February 20, 1879 in Buffalo, New York. She was sent to the finest boarding schools in Buffalo and Manhattan. While living in Florence, Italy and later in Greenwich Village with her second husband, Edwin Dodge, she became known for her reputation for socializing and people gathering. After Mabel and Edwin Dodge divorced, she married artist Maurice Sterne in 1916. They moved to Santa Fe, and then Taos. Antonio Luhan became her fourth husband in 1923. It was in Taos that M...

Lloyd, Marjorie Lewis (person)

Fleischman, Paul R. (person)

Born Sept. 5, 1952, Monterey, Calif. Graduated University of New Mexico, 1977. Author of children's books. From the description of Paul Fleischman papers, 1980-1982. (University of New Mexico-Main Campus). WorldCat record id: 30627311 ...

Sage, Lee A. (person)

Arriola, Gus (person)

Gus Arriola was born in Florence, Arizona, on July 23, 1917. In 1925 his family moved to Los Angeles, where he graduated from Manual Arts High School in 1935. After five years of working in animation studios Arriola submitted "Gordo," a cartoon about a Mexican bean farmer, to United Features Syndicate. In 1942 Arriola enlisted in the U.S. Air Force, where he was assigned to the First Motion Picture Unit in Hollywood for the duration of the war. He continued drawing and submitting "Gordo" Sunday ...

Wilson, Lois D., 1912- (person)

Nabakov, Peter. (person)

Leite, George Thurston (person)

Gilligan, Roy (person)

Taylor, Mary Ann, 1912- (person)

James, Will. (person)

Epithet: Reverend of Briton Ferry Glamorgan British Library Archives and Manuscripts Catalogue : Person : Description : ark:/81055/vdc_100000000206.0x0000a4 William James, from Winston-Salem, North Carolina was interested in collecting information on World War II - especially German generals and admirals with special interest in Edwin Rommel. From the description of William James World War II Collection. (Wake Forest University - ZSR Library). WorldCat record id:...

Miller, Henry, 1891-1980. (person)

Novelist. From the description of Papers, 1952-1957. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 155457225 Henry Miller (1891-1980) was an American author. He was known for his experimental, surrealist novels, such as Tropic of Cancer, which mixed fiction and autobiography. His writing was controversial for its graphic depictions of sexuality, leading to a 1964 obscenity trial in the United States, Grove Press, Inc. v. Gerstein. From the guide to the Henry Miller Letter, unda...

Warren, George, 1934- (person)

Epithet: KB, of Poynton, county Cheshire MP for Lancaster British Library Archives and Manuscripts Catalogue : Person : Description : ark:/81055/vdc_100000000816.0x0002cb ...

Dunne, John Gregory, 1932-2003 (person)

American author. From the description of John Gregory Dunne papers, 1969-[on-going]. (University of California, Berkeley). WorldCat record id: 122514577 Dunne was born on May 25, 1932 in Hartford, CT; AB, Princeton Univ., 1954; became an author, writing novels, non-fiction and with wife Joan Didion, several screenplays, including: Panic in Needle Park (1971), Play it as it lays (1972), and with others, A star is born (1976); his novels include: Vegas : a memoir of a dark sea...

Meade, Henry W., 1823-1865 (person)

Dorrance, James French, 1879- (person)

Weston, Edward, 1886-1958 (person)

Edward Weston, (American, 1886-1958), was born in Highland Park, Illinois and from an early age was involved with photography. He studied at the Illinois College of Photography in 1908, afterwards moving to Los Angeles to work for a commercial portrait studio and eventually starting his own. Weston exhibited his works in many salons and exhibitions, making his works known in the photographic community. In 1929 Weston moved to Carmel, California, where he would spend the rest of his...

DiGirolamo, Vincent, 1955- (person)

Tevis, Richard (person)

Ware, Harlan (person)

Hall, Arthur D. (Arthur David) (person)

Singer, Caroline (person)

Watts, Alan, 1915-1973 (person)

Benét, William Rose, 1886-1950 (person)

American poet, novelist, and editor. From the description of Letter to a dealer [manuscript], n.d. (University of Virginia). WorldCat record id: 647806176 Editor of The Chimaera. From the description of ALS, [1915]-1916. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 122500150 This may not really be Benét's writing. Although the verse appears to be signed by him the writer's intent may have been simply to ascribe the verse to him. Also, it is on letterhead engraved "MM...

Hammack, Chad. (person)

Lydon, Sandy (person)

Alexander, Irene McBane (person)

Alexander, a Chicago piano teacher, was the deputy for Chicago cultural affairs under Mayor Richard M. Daley and was associated with Louis Sudler when he ran the television project "Artists' showcase". From the description of Irene Alexander papers, 1960-1980. (Newberry Library). WorldCat record id: 245589706 ...

Shore, Maxine. (person)

French, Nora May, 1881-1907 (person)

Arora, David (person)

Brooks, Vay Wyck. (person)

Elstob, Winston (person)

Sterling, George, 1869-1926 (person)

California poet. From the description of Papers of George Sterling [manuscript] 1910-27. (University of Virginia). WorldCat record id: 647944409 American poet. From the description of To Ruth Chatterton : typed poem signed, n.d. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 122445441 From the description of Letter, San Francisco, Ca. to Norbert Hyatt, Hartford, Ct. [manuscript] 1922 March 5. (University of Virginia). WorldCat record id: 647944413 George Sterli...

Krainik, Mary. (person)

Barker, Eric, -1997 (person)

Davis, Clyde Brion (person)

Austin, Mary, 1868-1934 (person)

Mary Hunter Austin has variously been identified as a feminist, naturalist, mystic, author, and even "woman of genius." She was one of the leading literary figures of her time, the author of 27 books and more than 250 articles, stories, poems and other short pieces. In 1900, Mary Austin settled in Carmel and became one of the founders of the literary colony. In 1918, Austin traveled to New Mexico, hoping to continue on to Mexico to conduct research on folk traditions. In New Mexico she was contr...

Fisher, Anne B. (Anne Benson), 1898-1967 (person)

Anne B. Fisher was born Evelyn Anne Benson on February 1, 1898, in Denver, Colorado. She attended the University of Denver and the University of Colorado Medical School, and trained a a nurse. After graduation in 1918, she worked as a field bacteriologist for the U.S. Bureau of Animal Industry and established a clinical laboratory in Salinas in 1920. During this period she published medical papers. In 1922 she married Walter Kendrick Fisher, the director of the Hopkins Marine Laboratory in Pacif...

Webb, Bill (person)

Clark, Mary E. (person)

Haller, Marjorie. (person)

Gray Eunice T. (person)

Cooke, Grace MacGowan, 1863-1944 (person)

Astronomer and meteorologist. Cooke (1863-1947) became the first government astronomer of Western Australia in 1896 and until 1908 was also government meteorologist. In 1912 Cooke then became both government astronomer of New South Wales and Professor of Astronomy, University of Sydney, Australia until the 1930s. From the description of Family papers, ca. 1863-1947. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 155005937 Astronomer and meteorologist. Cooke (1863-1947) became the first gove...

James, Dane (person)

James was a veteran of the Korean and Vietnamese wars. From the description of Interview, 1985. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 145434863 ...

Johnson, Jim & Barbara. (person)

Stewart, Donald Ogden, 1894-1980 (person)

American dramatist, humorist, screenwriter. From the description of Letter to Ivan Somerville, [1922] December 24. (University of Virginia). WorldCat record id: 53284516 Donald Ogden Stewart, American playwright, humorist, screenwriter, and political activist, was born in Columbus, Ohio on November 30, 1894 to Gilbert Holland and Clara Landon Ogden Stewart. Stewart attended Philip Exeter Academy (1909-1912) and Yale University (1912-1916), where he was a member ...

Woundenberg, Paul R. (person)

Marsh, Joan F. (person)

Metzger, Bertha. (person)

Steffens, Lincoln, 1866-1936 (person)

American journalist. From the description of Letter, 1931 July 5, Carmel, Calif., to Perry Walton, Boston. (Boston Athenaeum). WorldCat record id: 184904650 American journalist & editor. From the description of Papers of Lincoln Steffens [manuscript], ca. 1910. (University of Virginia). WorldCat record id: 647817346 Discussion of the corruption in the city at the turn of the twentieth century. From the description of Pittsburgh: a city as...

Thurman, Jean, 1954- (person)

Williams, Linnae D., 1983- (person)

Gates, Doris (person)

Margolin, Malcolm (person)

Stoddard, Gordon. (person)

Tatelbaum, Judy (person)

Hughes, Langston, 1902-1967 (person)

Poet, author, playwright, songwriter. From the guide to the Langston Hughes collection, [microform], 1926-1967, (The New York Public Library. Schomburg Center for Research in Black Culture, Manuscripts, Archives and Rare Books Division.) From the description of Langston Hughes collection, 1926-1967. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 144652168 Langson Hughes: African-American poet and writer, author of Weary Blue (1926), The Big Sea (1940), and other works. ...

Doner, Ephriam. (person)

Turner, John Kenneth (person)

Mazet, Horace S. (Horace Sawyer), 1903- (person)

Van Houtte, Albert-Louis, 1877-1944 (person)

Blake, Tupper Ansel (person)

Smith, Art. (person)

Gregory, Jackson (person)

Veblen, Ellen Rolfe (person)

Jordan, David Starr, 1851-1931 (person)

Educator, author, and naturalist. From the description of Papers of David Starr Jordan, 1861-1964. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 71068098 Zoologist David Starr Jordan was elected president of Indiana University in 1885. He left IU in 1891 to become Stanford University's first president. Jordan died in 1931. From the description of David Starr Jordan papers, 1874-1929, bulk 1895-1929. (Indiana University). WorldCat record id: 61225195 American ichthyolog...

Peart, Patricia. (person)

Stoddard, Shirlie. (person)

Yolen, Jane. (person)

American author and editor of children's and young adult books. From the description of Ring of earth : a child's book of seasons : production material. (University of Minnesota, Minneapolis). WorldCat record id: 62437983 From the description of Dragon night and other lullabies : production material. (University of Minnesota, Minneapolis). WorldCat record id: 62437973 From the description of The wizard of Washington Square : production material. (University of Minne...

Winter, Ella, 1898-1980 (person)

Writer. Ella Winter (1898-1980) whose full name was Leonore Sophie Winter Steffens Stewart, was an economist by training and journalist by profession. She was married to Lincoln Steffens, and after his death, to screenwriter and playwright Donald Ogden Stewart. From the description of Papers, 1913-1978. (Columbia University In the City of New York). WorldCat record id: 122622286 ...

Genthe, Arnold. (person)

Lea, Robert N (person)

Greenan, Edith, 1896-1980 (person)

Hilliard, John Northern, 1872-1935 (person)

Fink, Augusta (person)

Writer. Born in New York City in 1916. In 1939 received M.A. from the University of California, Los Angeles. Received the Silver Medal of the Commonwealth Club of California in 1972 for Monterey, the presence of the past. In 1982 she received the award of Merit from the California Historical Society for outstanding contributions to California history. In 1983 wrote I-Mary, a biography of Mary Austin. From the description of Papers, 1887-1989. (University of New Mexico-Main Campus). W...

St. John, Adela Rogers (person)

Godden, Rumer, 1907-1998 (person)

Margaret Rumer Godden Haynes-Dixon was a British writer whose works reflect her experiences in colonial India and in England and Scotland. From the description of Rumer Godden correspondence with Marshall Best, 1974-1975. (Cornell University Library). WorldCat record id: 64095124 English author, poet, and children's writer; d. 1998. From the description of Rumer Godden collection, [193-]-[197-]. (Boston University). WorldCat record id: 70925330 ...

Mitford, Jessica, 1917-1996 (person)

Anglo-American memoirist, social commentator, journalist and author. From the description of Papers, 1949-1973 (bulk 1961-1973). (Harry Ransom Humanities Research Center (HRC); University of Texas at Austin). WorldCat record id: 122452906 Jessica Mitford, a.k.a. Decca, was a writer and one of the famous Mitford sisters, daughters of the 2nd Baron Redesdale. Her books include two autobiographies: Daughters and rebels and A fine old conflict. Her many investigative works inclu...

Koontz, Dean R. (Dean Ray), 1945- (person)

Toklas, Alice B., 1877-1967 (person)

Toklas was a writer and companion to Gertrude Stein. From the guide to the Alice B. Toklas letters to William Alfred, 1951-1961., (Houghton Library, Harvard College Library, Harvard University) Biographical Note Alice B. Toklas (1877-1967) was an author and the life partner of Gertrude Stein. Don Frank is the son of one of Toklas' childhood friends. After his service in the armed forces, he met Toklas in Europe. ...

Hudson, Earl C. (person)

Stevenson, Robert Louis, 1850-1894 (person)

Robert Lewis (later changed to "Louis") Balfour Stevenson was born in Edinburgh, Scotland on November 13, 1850. He attended the University of Edinburgh intending to become a civil engineer like his father, but ill health curtailed his studies and prompted him to travel to warmer climates. This inspired Stevenson to write stories, novels and essays about his travels. While in France he met American artist Fanny Osbourne. The two fell in love, and in 1879 Stevenson traveled to California, where he...

Rodgers, Caroline (person)

Clarke, Beverly L. (Beverly Leonidas), 1900- (person)

Fleischman, Sid, 1920-2010 (person)

After working as a magician and journalist, Albert Sidney Fleischman began writing successful adult novels and screenplays before trying children's and young adult fiction. His best known character is probably the Iowa farmer, McBroom, but Fleischman received the 1987 Newbery for "The Whipping Boy," a tale of mistaken identity, adventure and friendship among boys. From the description of Humbug Mountain : production material, 1978. (University of Minnesota, Minneapolis). WorldCat rec...

Sortais, Frances. (person)

Mason, Grace Sartwell, 1877- (person)

Spadoni, Adriana. (person)

Buchsbaum, Ralph (person)

Dorr, Colgate. (person)

London, Jack, 1876-1916 (person)

Jack London was born in San Francisco January 12, 1876. He led an adventurous life, only beginning his career as an author in the 1890s. He wrote short stories, serials, essays, articles, verse and novels. He died November 22, 1916 in Sonoma County, CA. From the description of Jack London papers, 1897-1916. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 122387554 American novelist and short story writer. From the description of Chronometer method [navigational documents] [1907?]...

Obanian, Bernard. (person)

Steinbeck, John, 1902-1968 (person)

Margaret Gemmell, later van Judah, was a friend of Steinbeck's during their stay at Stanford University, 1925-26. Included with the papers is a manuscript in her own hand describing her friendship with Steinbeck. From the description of John Steinbeck papers, 1925-1978. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 754866392 This is the producer's copy, property of Oscar Serlin; the play ran from 7 Apr. to 6 June, 1942. From the description of The moon is down, a play in 3 acts...