Found in 16 Collections and/or Records:
Charles Mason Remey was an architect, author, and a religious leader of the Baha'i faith. He was born in Burlington, Iowa, May 15, 1874. The collection consists of 154 bound volumes, spanning 1836-1940. In the volumes are personal reminiscences, clippings, photographs, memorabilia, biographical accounts of Mason and Remey family members, and a historical record of the Baha'i faith.
Conrad Potter Aiken (1889–1973) was an American writer, whose work includes poetry, short stories, novels, a play, and an autobiography. The collection consists of one letter from Conrad Aiken to an unidentified correspondent, January 26, 1969.
This collection contains correspondence, photographs, and ephemera associated with author Gertrude Stein.
This collection contains letters by William Butler Yeats from 1899 to 1938; letters with related ephemera from his sister Elizabeth Corbett Yeats from approximately 1916 to 1935; and letters and poems by other writers from approximately 1914 to 1953, including Rachel Annand Taylor, George Moore, George William Russell, Frank O'Connor and Edward Plunkett (Lord Dunsany).
James D. McCabe, Jr. (1842-1883) was a Confederate supporter and a popular writer of more than 30 works including histories, biographies, and plays. The collection consists of letterbooks, unpublished manuscripts, and photographs dating from 1862 to 1881.
The Johns Hopkins University collection of vintage games and toys is an artificially assembled collection of materials purchased and selected by the curators of Special Collections. It spans from 1796 to 1972.
Maria Jolas (1893–1987) was one of the founding members of the international literary journal transition in Paris with her husband Eugene Jolas. The collection consists of an obituary for the writer, Maria Jolas, from 1987.
Oliver Wendell Holmes was born in Cambridge, Massachusetts in 1809. The collection spans the years between 1852 and 1936, and include 17 letters from Oliver Wendell Holmes; 2 letters to him; recollections of him; recitation questions by him; 3 printed poems; 1 manuscript poem; news clippings; 4 photographs.
Henry James, Jr. (born in New York, New York on April 15, 1843) was an Anglo-American writer who spent the bulk of his career in Britain. He is regarded as one of the key figures of 19th-century literary realism. This collection consists primarily of 22 letters written by Henry James, Jr. to friends and acquaintances, and the corrected typescript of Max Beerbohm’s short story “The Guerdon,” a 1916 parody of James’ late writing style.