Found in 13 Collections and/or Records:
Authors Junto was a group formed for the purpose of improving the skill of composition. Members were allowed to assume the names of American Revolutionary figures. Collection consists of an undated, printed, signed constitution for the association calling itself, "Authors Junto."
Charles Southward Singleton (1909-1985) was professor of Hispanic and Italian studies at The Johns Hopkins University. Collection is largely research notes dealing with Singleton's later work with some correspondence, family photographs, and awards.
Ludwig Pietsch (1824–1911), a German critic, and Theodor Fontane (1819–1898), a German writer, maintained a long friendship. The Fontane-Pietsch collection consist of photographs, newspaper clippings and letters from 1845-approximately 1898. There is also an article describing the Fontane-Pietsch correspondence dated 1977. The collection is in German, though some English translations have been made.
A collection of 16 letters written from H. L. Mencken to Robert Loveman. Mencken touches on issues such as Germany and World War I, beer, lyric poetry, and the Mexican revolution.
Joseph Michael Lalley (1896-1980) was a literary critic and conservative author.
J.P.R. Cuisin manuscript: Les Lunes Poétiques des Deux Mondes; Contemplations Philosophiques, Historiques, Morales et Religieuses
An autographed manuscript by P. Cuisin, titled Les Lunes poétiques des deux-mondes; Contemplations Philosophiques, Historiques, Morales et Religieuses. The manuscript is undated, but was likely created in Paris between 1820 and 1845. P. Cuisin, also known as J.P.R Cuisin, was a Parisian author who was born in 1777 and died in approximately 1845.
This collection consists of correspondence, publications, clippings, and one newspaper relating to poet Linda Pastan and her work with Voyages national literary magazine created by William F. Claire.
This item is a set of rebuses made from collages of image cut-outs pasted onto cards and contained in a box. It was created approximately in the 1910s. There is currently no biographical information on the creator.
This collection pertains to the writing career and personal life of Baltimore poet Marion Buchman. The materials cover the period circa 1913 to 2000, and the bulk of the materials date from 1932 to 1986.