Descriptive registers, 1970-1973.

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Descriptive registers, 1970-1973.

Registers prepared between 1970 and 1973, describing Temple University manuscript collections of writers of theatrical, radio, and television productions and of a scholar interested in "little magazines," including the collections of John Griffith Bowen, James Hanley, Stanley Richards, Walter James Redfern Turner, Terence Tiller, Carlton E. Morse, and Frederick John Hoffman.

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Tiller, Terence, 1916-

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Terence Tiller, scholar and writer, was born in Cornwall, England, and was educated at Latymer School and Jesus College, Cambridge, where he won the Chancellor's Gold Medal for English verse. Tiller taught medieval history at Cambridge and later English literature in Cairo, 1939-1946. Since 1946 Tiller has been a writer/producer in the BBC features department. In 1963 Tiller won 3rd prize in the Guinness Poetry Award. His publications include "Poems" (1941), ...

Temple University

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In 1961, Temple University awarded Carl Zigrosser an honorary Doctorate of Letters. From the description of Correspondence with Carl Zigrosser, 1961. (University of Pennsylvania Library). WorldCat record id: 155899492 ...

Morse, Carlton E., 1901-

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Radio dramatist, joined production staff of NBC in 1930. Wrote One Man's Family, 1932-1959, I Love a Mystery, 1939-1944, and other programs. From the description of Carlton E. Morse papers, 1932-1982. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 754866385 Carlton E. Morse was born in Louisiana in 1901. His early career included working as a newspaper writer for the Sacramento Union, where he covered radio and police news, and later the San Francisco Bulletin. In 1929 Morse joined the staf...

Richards, Stanley, 1918-1980

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Stanley Richards was the administrator and keeper of the Royal Institute of South Wales, Swansea during the 1960s. He wrote about Edgar Evans a native of Wales who served on the British National Antarctic Expedition, 1901-1904 and the British Antarctic Expedition, 1910-1913 (both led by Robert Falcon Scott). From the guide to the Stanley Richards collection, 1962-1965, (Scott Polar Research Institute, University of Cambridge) Stanley Richards, American playwrigh...

Bowen, John, 1924-....

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Author of novels, short stories, children's fiction, plays, and screenplays; actor and television producer; b. in Calcutta, India; lives in England; writes with Jeremy Bullmore using joint pseudonym Justin Blake. From the description of John Bowen collection, 1960-1969. (Boston University). WorldCat record id: 70960716 John Bowen, playwright and novelist, was born in India to British parents. Bowen began his writing career as an editor with SKETCH, during which ...

Turner, W. J. 1889-1946

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Hanley, James, 1901-

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James Hanley was a British writer of Irish descent best known for his uncompromising stories and novels of the sea. Raised in Liverpool, Hanley went to sea as a young man, and jumped ship in Canada. After serving in France as a volunteer member of the Canadian Army, he lived in Wales, where he began writing. His second novel, Boy, the story of a thirteen-year-old stowaway, was banned for graphic depictions of sex and violence, but praised by critics. Hanley continued to write novels and stories,...

Hoffman, Frederick John.

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Hoffman was born in Wisconsin and educated at Stanford, University of Minnesota, and Ohio State University. Hoffman taught at University of Wisconsin and published numerous critical studies of American writers, such as Faulkner and F. Scott Fitzgerald. Hoffman's books, "Freudianism and the Literary Mind," and "The Little Magazine: A History and Bibliography," made a significant contribution to American literary criticism. From the description of Correspondenc...