Found in 20 Collections and/or Records:
Collection — Multiple Containers
Scope and Contents The University of Louisville purchased various collections of papers belonging to feminist poet and writer Diane di Prima from the Phoenix Book Store in New York City, in four separate acquisitions made in 1966, 1967, and 1968. Negotiations for later acquisitions were made by telephone and were not documented. The papers in the collection date from 1934 to 1992, beginning with ephemera from di Prima's childhood. The bulk of the 9.5 linear foot collection, which is divided into eight series, is...
Scope and Contents The papers of poet and writer Hortense Flexner King (1885-1973) consist of four series: correspondence, legal/financial/medical paperwork, literary production, and scrapbook materials. The correspondence is mainly incoming, but a small amount of outgoing is also present. Additionally, there is some third party correspondence. Legal, financial, and medical paperwork includes the power of attorney making Elizabeth Y. Schubert her guardian, trust information from the estate of Carolin Flexner,...
Scope and Contents Add note here. A bound collection of short works by and about Gauss? Half title: GAUSS.
Unprocessed — Box 2
Scope and Contents The Mary Churchill Humphrey papers include drafts and manuscripts of her unpublished writings, correspondence with family, friends and associates. Much of both the writings and correspondence are in French. The collection also includes photographs and scrapbooks, with three scrapbooks of material related to Mary Churchill Humphrey’s grandfather The Rev. E.P. Humphrey. Of particular interest is Humphrey’s extensive correspondence with François Monod (d. 1952?). The collection includes...
Scope and Contents The collection consists of typescript notes and fair copies of poems and plays written by Carridder M. Jones during the period 1993 to 2009. The collection was donated by the author to the University of Louisville Women’s Center and transferred to Archives and Special Collections in 2017. The folders have been divided into literary form and arranged in alphabetical order by title.