Contains 16 Collections and/or Records:
Typescript, Sex and the Single Parent, revised final draft, signed on the front cover.
“Floral Album” autograph album, Louisville, Kentucky.
Typed letter, signed, to President Raymond A. Kent, apparently accompanying a report, “Little Waters,” and emphasizing the importance of engineering education.
Holograph excerpt from his poem, “The Day is Done,” signed.
Typed letter, signed, to Fanny Brandeis thanking her for sending on glasses and watch left behind on a visit to Louisville.
Brief typed letters, signed, on The White House letter paper to Hugh W. Sutton, WAVE Radio Station.
Holograph letters of Elizabeth Smith, daughter of Bishop Benjamin Bosworth Smith (first Bishop of Kentucky), describing her life and that of her sister, both teachers at a girl’s school in Frankfort, Kentucky. The letters in part concern the military situation in Kentucky. One letter is headed “Under the Confederate Flag.”
Typed letter, signed, addressed “Dear Friend,” and appealing for funds for the Emergency Committee of Atomic Scientists.
Correspondence received by Brooke Alder, possibly a journalist, often in response to requests for interviews and photographs.
Happy School Days: A Memory Book. Commercially published memory book with autographs, photographs, notes, invitations, programs, and clippings of Martha Blyth’s time at Louisville Girl’s High School.