Manuscripts for publication
Found in 57 Collections and/or Records:
The collection consists of manuscripts of Alice Walworth Graham's Lost River, The Natchez Woman, The Vows of the Peacock, Shield of Honor, galley proofs of Shield of Honor, and incomplete manuscripts of Dark Earth, Deep River.
This collection includes correspondence, articles, book drafts, scrapbooks, photographs, and sketches documenting the lives and work of this Southern husband and wife, who collaborated as novelist and artist. There are also awards, notes, biographical material, photographs, contracts, and audio recordings.
The collection consists of academic and personal papers of Tulane Professor of Architecture, Bernard Lemann. Included are correspondence, manuscripts and typescripts of reports, galley proofs, handwritten notes, and other research, photocopies, printed material, and newspaper clippings.
The collection consists of greeting cards, coloring books, preliminary sketches, water color washes, mock-ups, manuscript and typed drafts, paste ups, and publisher's galley proofs of books by Berthe Amoss. Also includes manuscript and typed drafts as well as sketches and water colors of The Mysterious Prowler, text by Joan Lowery Nixon, with illustrations by Amoss. The collection also includes correspondence with publishers.
This collection consists of correspondence, manuscripts, and published material of Catharine Savage Brosman, poet and Professor Emerita of French at Tulane University. Included are edited manuscripts of Watering (a volume of Catharine Brosman's poetry), and of Jean-Paul Sartre (a scholarly monograph). The correspondence includes letters from other writers; letters from Jules Roy continued for over thirty years.
The collection contains materials written by or relating to Charles Etienne Arthur Gayarré, a Louisiana historian. There is personal correspondence, manuscripts by Gayarré, genealogical material, a biography of Gayarré, notes on his publications, and personal financial records.
This collection of manuscripts by Charles L. Dufour includes the research notes, original drafts, revisions, final drafts and galley and page proofs of his books "Gentle Tiger," "The Night the War Was Lost," and "Nine Men in Gray." The collection also contains correspondence and notebooks from his trips to Europe.
This collection contains the author's proof copy of 15 American authors before 1900, edited by Earl N. Harbert and Robert A. Rees and published by the University of Wisconsin Press in 1971 for $12.50. Harbert was an associate professor of English at Tulane University.
The collection consists of the page proof, foundry proof, and final galley proof of The Art of Cooking with Spirits by Elise Landauer Meyer (Garden City, New York: Doubleday and Company, Inc., 1964).
F. Edward Hébert (1901-1979) was the longest-serving member of the House of Representatives from the state of Louisiana, holding office from 1941-1977. The collection consists of political correspondence, hundreds of scrapbooks and photograph albums, subject files, bound press releases and speeches, a manuscript for his autobiography (Last of the Titans), political cartoons, awards, and audio/visual materials.
The collection is made up of photographs, photograph album, an army songbook, booklets, a listing of places Peter Fedoroff passed through while in the Army, a map of France, a membership card of the American Drug Stores Dunkers Club, postcards, drafts, manuscripts, typescripts, plays, novels, correspondence, notes, and research materials. Peter Fedoroff was a private in the Washington Artillery during World War I and Alexander Fedoroff was a New Orleans dramatist.
November 1900-March 1925. Five autographed letters from Frederick Starr to Mrs. Maxwell Converse; and from Starr to Frans Blom. Included is a printed prospectus of Starr's book The Indians of Southern Mexico, An Ethnographic Album.
The collection includes materials for a course on American civilization, articles, book budgets, class notes, correspondence, jazz notes, pamphlets, periodicals, possible Kmen manuscripts, and tests. Henry Arnold Kmen was a member of Tulane University's history faculty and introduced the Black Studies Program at Tulane in the 1960s.
The collection consists of drafts of three works by Hugh F. Rankin, a professor of history at Tulane University. There are handwritten, typewritten, photocopy, and carbon copy drafts of The Golden Age of Piracy as well as a carbon draft of Upheaval of Albemarle and a typewritten draft of The American Revolution.
The collection consists of typescripts of the following published works by James K. Feibleman: Biosocial Factors in Mental Illness, Foundations of Empiricism, and Mankind Behavior. There is also a bound copy of Religious Platonism.
The collection consists of the correspondence, articles, poems, and notes of Jeanne des Dunes Guérin Bengston (1909-1992). The majority of her work found in this collection was written for the Christian Science Publishing Society and the United Methodist Publishers. Also included are a biography of Bengston, as well as newspaper clippings, notes for a play, a manuscript copy of Flowers of the Mind, and index cards.