Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings
Found in 2 Collections and/or Records:
Collection — Box 001
Scope and Contents The collection contains Ivan Beede’s letters to his friend Kenneth Forward written from 1920-1931. In his letters he describes life in Boston, its social scene and political campaigns, the newspaper world, and discusses contemporary writers, plays, and other events. Of special interest is his interview of the Gish sisters, R. Duncan, and Pola Negri. Beede also mentions several University of Nebraska professors like Frye, Gaffney, Gass, Rice, among other, obviously responding to remarks made in...
Collection — Multiple Containers
Scope and Contents The Knoll Papers mainly relate to his career as an author. They consist of correspondence and subject files compiled by Knoll, manuscripts and publications authored by Knoll, biographical materials, and a few photographs and miscellaneous items. The correspondence and subject files contain letters between Knoll and various noted authors including Ezra Pound, Wright Morris, and William Carlos Williams. Most of the materials in the correspondence and subject files relate to Knoll's research and...