Found in 17 Collections and/or Records:
The collection consists of portions of The Nebraska Farmer magazines containing Amy Bruner Almy’s short stories, "Out Wild Turkey Way," from November 24, 1934, and "Christmas In-Between," from December 22, 1934.
The collection consists of four letters from Andy Adams addressed to “Dear Bob” dating from 1925, 1926, 1928, and 1934; a telegram; and newspaper clippings from the 1920s-1940 discussing Adams’ career. In the letters Adams writes about his published novels, a manuscript he is working on, and rejections from publishers.
The papers include photocopies of materials from the 1870s-1890s including a few works of Anson Uriel Hancock, a small biography, obituaries of Hancock and his wife, records of their children, short stories, and reviews.
The collection consists of three publications, Fiction Parade, May 1935; The American Mercury, November 1933; and The Atlantic, November 1933. Each literary magazine contains stories from various authors including Dorothy Thomas' "The Home Place," "All Day Sunday," and "Apple Wood."
The Ervin Krause Papers are primarily comprised of notebooks, manuscripts, and typescripts created by Ervin Krause and include short stories, novels, and nonfiction. Some of Krause’s stories exist only in handwritten form in notebooks. A small amount of correspondence, both personal and professional, is also found in the collection.
Hilda Raz's professional life as a writer, editor, and educator are represented in the collection materials. Correspondence and manuscripts comprise about half of the collection. The remainder relates primarily to Raz's work as an educator, including her work as a professor at UNL and as a lecturer at conferences and workshops. Throughout the collection, quotation marks indicate original folder titles, and italics are used for titles of works.
The records contain publications featuring the work of Jane Sassaman.
This single letter is from John Forster to a Mrs. Swain. It is a notice of death, referring to the death of a Mr. Forster and the current condition of his recently widowed wife.
The records contain artist statements and postcards related to the artwork "Soft Summer Gone."
The Don Marquis collection contains materials collected by Max Kober, an avid Marquis fan. Included in the collection is correspondence with other Marquis readers, the Don Marquis Letter, a newsletter concerning Marquis' prose, and satire and poetry.
Written in Spain March 28, 1977, the letter from Robert Creeley is addressed to “Dear Tom” and discusses travels, acquaintances, reading, writing, and other work.
Letter from Robert Duncan to Melvin Lyon about a work in progress.
The collection includes three sections of an original typescript of Robert McAlmon's manuscript, “Transcontinental.” The provenance of the typescript is not known.