Manuscripts (document genre)
Found in 53 Collections and/or Records:
1898 Contemporary hand-written copy in English of the declaration made by General Terencio Sierra in Coray, Honduras upon his nomination by the Liberal Party of Honduras as the candidate for President. 8 leaves.
This collection consists of the manuscript for Maurice Ries' work on the history of the House Committee on Un-American Activities of the United States House of Representatives. The typescript contains edits and annotations in the author's hand. Ries was a firm supporter of the House Committee on Un-American Activities and sets out to justify its actions in his work.
16th century? Manuscript of unknown origin combining both Nahuatl and Spanish. It contains a long list of names. There is a partial transcription made prior to 1962 by an unknown person. 5 leaves 4°.
The collection consists of manuscripts, correspondence, photographs, architectural drawings, original artwork, newspaper clippings, printed material, and other papers from Nathaniel Cortlandt Curtis (1881-1953). The manuscripts for most of his publications are included in this collection. There are also manuscripts for two novels and several essays.
This collection consists of uncorrected and corrected manuscripts for New Orleans, Yesterday and Today: A Guide to the City, written by Walter J. Cowan, John C. Chase, Charles L. Dufour, Osborne K. LeBlanc, and John Wilds. The guide was published by the Louisiana State University Press in 1983.
The collection consists primarily of materials relating to Samuel Louis Gilmore, Jr.'s career as a poet. Items include correspondence, photographs, manuscripts of poems and plays, a notebook, publications containing Gilmore's works, scripts, as well as newspaper clippings. Also in the collection are Gilmore's translations of Baudelaire's poems from Fleurs du Mal.
This collection is primarily composed of the letters of Sidney Lanier to Clare deGraffenreid, but also includes letters to and from Sidney's wife, Mary Day Lanier, poems of Sidney Lanier, newspaper clippings, and an invitation to a memorial service for Sidney Lanier.
1482-1821. An artificial collection of photostats, photocopies, facsimiles, and reprints of various Spanish documents and printed ephemera pieces.
Photostatic copy of a manuscript describing the geography of Santo Domingo. In French. Includes a translation done by the Survey of Federal Archives of Louisiana, Works Progress Administration.
August 1, 1978. Independent study presented to Professor Donald Robertson. Includes maps and 50 photographs of the hacienda, located northwest of Ciudad Victoria near the border of Tamaulipas and Nuevo Leon, as well as descriptions of the architecture, paintings, furniture, and minor arts. Also includes separate papers on this and other haciendas of northern Mexico. 1 piece; 42 leaves.
The collection consists of correspondence, typescripts, biographical material, and newspaper clippings. Thomas Ewing Dabney was a journalist for the Times Picayune as well as a prolific writer on the history and customs of Louisiana and the South, especially New Orleans. There are manuscripts of articles, novels, a play, and histories.
The collection consists of manuscripts and galley proofs of articles published in Tulane Studies in Zoology during the 1950s to mid-1960s. In addition, there is correspondence related to the publication of the journal as well as correspondence that accompanies each individual article that consists of editorial comments on the manuscript and statements and recommendations of scholars to whom the manuscript was submitted by the editors.
The collection consists of photocopies of music from the Medieval, Renaissance, Baroque, Classical, and Romantic periods that Kock used in her classes. In addition, there are placement tests, quizzes, and final examinations. Material written by Virginia Downman Kock include a seminar report, a bound copy of Gaude Barbara: An Analysis of the 1st Movement of Webern's 2nd String Quartet, and a dissertation notebook.
The collection consists of manuscripts, typescripts, lectures, newspaper clippings and a recipe. Topics include French literature, Spanish literature, Latin American countries, Latin American crops, South American Indian cultures, and French history.
The collection consists of drafts of an Italian to English translation of Giovanni Boccaccio's Teseida by Dr. William Woods (1910-1980). There is a written draft, two typed drafts, as well as the Italian book from which he worked. Also included in the collection are morpheme cards on the Teseida as well as letters regarding the publication of Woods' work.
Scrapbook compiled by a Latrobe relative. The scrapbook contains printed, typed and manuscript copies of poems relating to World War I. Also included are pictorial clippings relating to the War.