Five photographic postcards of Federal Hill and the Kennedy home. Review is written in Danish but quotes parts of poems in English. Christian , Papers, , CA 0. Many were sent as gifts. Beck, Al Papers, CA 4. Beggs, Berenice B. Beth Shalom Nursery Cookbook, , K 0. Betz Family Collection, , K 0.
Boehringer, Marie Daerr , Papers, , C 4. Bohling Jr. Includes articles, clippings, correspondence, research materials, reporters' notebooks and diaries, travel brochures, receipts, menus, publications, and photographs. Personal papers include class notebooks from Yale and Northwestern University, theatre and opera programs, and ephemera. Bolling, George Melville , Papers, C 1.
Bongino, Angelo Louis Collection, , K 0. Louis literary club for black women. Book Lovers' Club Records, K 2.
Records include club history, constitution and bylaws, membership information, minutes, financial information, yearbooks, correspondence, event information, reading lists, photographs of club members and events, and video tapes of events held by the club. Materials include board minutes, membership records, and financial records. Also included is information on the events that the chapter organized to raise money for Brandeis University, in particular their annual Book Sale.
In addition, there are several scrapbooks and photographs documenting chapter activities. Bradley, Lenore K. Bradley contain notes, drawings, pamphlets, maps, correspondence, newspaper clippings, and photographs collected by Bradley for use in writing a book on the life and work of Louis Curtiss, noted Kansas City architect. Bradsher, Earl Lockridge, , Papers, C 0. Braislin, William C. Bay discussing early American fiction collections.
Brashear, Margaret M. Brashear contain correspondence, manuscripts, notes, clippings, student papers, and articles of Margaret M. Brashear, who was a professor of English at the University of Missouri.
She taught classes on Mark Twain and Missouri literature and wrote several books and articles. Louis businessman, writer, and historian contain correspondence, scrapbooks, book sale announcements, and miscellaneous materials, with an emphasis on St. Louis and Missouri history.
Custer ; and two oral-history interviews conducted by UM-St. All materials, including the tapes, are arranged chronologically. The collection also has miscellaneous other items donated by Broeg, which are noted in the folder list.
The tragedy of this world is that everyone is alone. Spooky, scary, and fun poems that will make your hair curl. As in some weather-glass, my love I hold; Which falls or rises with the heat or cold. Mark but how terribly his eyes appear! No Elizabethan sonnet sequence presents an unambiguous linear narrative, a novel in verse. And in the midst of this consideration by mere accident, I opened the next book that lay by me, which was "Ariosto," in Italian; and the very first two lines of that poem gave me light to all I could desire;.
Browning Society of Kansas City Records, , K 1 cubic foot Correspondence, bylaws, minutes, ledgers, yearbooks, programs and other materials relating to the Brownings and poetry. Contain personal notes and writings, poetry, family history, some clippings, a few photographs, and financial records.
Burroughs Audobon Society of Greater Kansas City Records, , K 16 cubic feet Organizational records including by-laws, minutes, correspondence, clippings, scrapbooks, programs, pamphlets, rosters, field notes and bird censuses, photographs, and glass lantern slides. Also research materials, slides, and papers belonging to A. Shirling , noted Kansas City naturalist and author. Burroughs, William S. Burroughs, a St. Louis native. Includes reports on hisreciving a degree from Harvard in ; the murder of Washington University teacher David Kammerer, a court case for which Burroughs served as a material witness; divorce from his first wife, ; and the incident when Burroughs shot his second wife, Joan Vollmer.
Koch, from Detroit, Michigan, February 14, Letter regarding C. Kirkland, school teacher and author of books about life on the frontier. William C.
Burton, Mattie P. Canan, Howard V. Canan contain research notes on James Craig. Carroll, Lenore Bea French Papers, ca. Typewritten copy included. Chamberlain, Corinne Gould, Poems, n. Chapman, Alan Jay Papers, , K 0. Children's Literature Scrapbook, ca. Additional images of Missouri politicians and businessmen.
Mark Twain circular letter to W. Howard from New York, 2 May , regretting he could not accept lecture engagement. Added personal note stating he would have made trip but was permanently tired of travel and hoped he had made his last journey. Coggins, pen name Carolyn Coggins. Collins, Tom Papers, , K 0. Includes newspaper clippings, brochures, magazines, photographs and a phonograph record relating to Collins career. Community Children's Theatre Records, , K 19 cubic feet Organizational records of Kansas City area Children's Theatre group made up of a number of local theater companies: presidents files, committee notebooks, minutes, rosters, financial records, programs, publications, newsletters, and photographs.
Congregation Ohev Sholom Collection, , K 0. Connelley, William Elsey, Letters, K 0. Cook, Fannie, "Mothers," , C 1 folder Manuscript of a short story about two mothers, one white and one Negro, with sons in the army. Cosley, Jerry Weddell Papers, ca.
Cosley, vice president of corporate communications at Trans World Airlines, include correspondence, press releases, clippings, reports, publications and photographs related to TWA and his work in public relations there and with other airlines and communications companies. Crittenden, H. Crow, Carl , Papers, , C 5 linear feet, 6 volumes Bills, accounts, speeches, notes, correspondence and book and article manuscripts on a wide range of subjects. Crow was a resident of China for a number of years and most of his writing was about China or related subjects. The collection includes a diary of a trip over the Burma Road, the diary of a Japanese soldier, and notes and articles on the Japanese opium trade.
The collection contains research and manuscripts for published and unpublished work, business and personal correspondence, financial records, contracts, photographs, and scrapbooks. The scrapbooks were microfilmed for preservation reasons and the originals discarded. Day, David Lewis Papers, , K 0.
Much of the material deals with the Civil War or with veterans' organizations such as the Grand Army of the Republic.
Deane Jr. Includes correspondence, research notes, publications, conference transcripts, an FBI file on Indusco, manuscripts published and unpublished , clippings, and a military map drawn by Zhou Enlai. Dearing, Fred Morris , Papers, , C Dent, Lester B. Dent Collection contains the manuscripts, publications, correspondence, personal papers, research notes, scrapbooks, and photographs of a native Missouri fiction writer, explorer, aerial photographer, and dairy farmer.
Lester Dent is perhaps best remembered as the principal author of the Doc Savage adventure stories of the s and s. This collection is also available on microfilm, with the exception of the printed and miscellaneous materials. Includes over 15, jokes collected by Norma Dent.
Donaldson, Frank. Hall and Company for Durrie to write a history of Missouri which Hall would publish. Earp, James William Papers, , K 10 cubic feet The collection includes correspondence, scrapbooks, military mementos, articles, short stories, plays, poetry, and other material by James William Earp. A number of his short stories, in published form, are included in the collection.