Literary Collections Subject Guide
George Abbe (1911-1989). Manuscripts, correspondence, photographs, and other items from the prolific New England poet, novelist, and educator, including several unpublished works.
Jane Abbott(1879-1962). Manuscripts and printed material from the notable author and novelist.
Joan Aiken (1924-2004). Thirty years’ worth of correspondence, from the celebrated author of the Wolves of Willoughby Chase series.
David (1919- ) and Emily (1921-2004) Alman. Manuscripts, correspondence, memorabilia, and other items from the American authors, pacifists, and civil rights activists. Includes several items of note regarding the Julius and Ethel Rosenberg espionage trial.
Robert Edmond Alter (1925-1966). Manuscripts and some correspondence from the notable novelist.
Charles Alverson (1935- ). Manuscripts, printed material, correspondence, financial material, legal material, diaries and journals, photographs, audio, film reels, personal memorabilia, electronic media, and miscellany from the notable novelist.
Eric Ambler (1909-1998). Manuscripts, correspondence, notes, scrapbooks, photographs, and other items from the British author and father of espionage fiction.
Richard Andersen (1946- ). Manuscripts and correspondence from the American author, critic, and biographer.
Patrick Anderson (1936- ). Manuscripts, correspondence, and printed material from the notable author and journalist.
John Williams Andrews (1898-1975). A small collection of manuscripts and printed items from the noted American poet, editor, and lawyer.
Robert Hardy Andrews (1908-1999). Manuscripts, correspondence, photographs, scrapbooks, research material, and much more from the prolific author, journalist, and screenwriter, including manuscripts for his biography A Lamp for India: The Story of Madame Pandit (Prentice-Hall, 1967), as well as drafts of his many articles regarding Indian and Pakistani affairs. Also present are letters to and from significant Indian and Pakistani figures, including P. K. Banerjee, Ali Yavor Jung, M. Asghar Khan, Krishna P. S. Menon, B. K. Nehru, Vijaya Lakshmi Pandit, Nayantara Sahgal, and Brigraj Singh.
V.C. Andrews (1924-1986). Manuscripts, correspondence, photographs, a notebook, and other material from the pioneer of the gothic romance/mystery genre, and author of the popular Flowers in the Attic series.
Joan Walsh Anglund (1926- ). A large collection of manuscripts, correspondence, artwork, diaries, and other material from the beloved and prolific author and artist.
Charles Angoff (1902-1979). Manuscripts, printed material, professional material, memorabilia, journals, audio, notebooks, photographs, financial material, legal material, and correspondence from the notable editor.
Jack Ansell (1925-1976). Manuscripts, correspondence, photographs, memorabilia, and other material from the noted author and ABC television executive, including many documents regarding ABC from the 1960s and 1970s.
Earl Anthony (1940- ). Manuscripts, correspondence, printed material, and professional material from the playwright, author and activist, including several items regarding the African People's Repertory Theater.
Robert Ardrey (1908-1990). Manuscripts and correspondence from the notable playwright and screenwriter.
Arthur Arent (1904-1972). Manuscripts, correspondence, photographs, film, memorabilia and other material from the acclaimed playwright, author, and producer of radio and television programs, best known as managing editor and head writer of the Living Newspaper, a program of the Federal Theatre Project in the 1930s.
Richard Armour (1906-1989). Manuscripts, photographs, memorabilia, and more from the popular American poet and literary critic, best known for his humorous and satirical verse and prose.
Mel Arrighi (1933-1986). Manuscripts, notebooks, photographs, correspondence, memorabilia, and other material from the recognized actor and author, including sixty-five scripts for the classic daytime serial The Secret Storm, as well as scripts for Alfred Hitchock Presents, The Bombardier, Love of Life, McCloud, Newton, NYPD, and Voyage to the Bottom of the Sea. The collection also includes outlines and sketches for various television series, including Ben Casey, Doctor Kildare, Jamie McPheeters, Mr. Novak, Trials of O'Brien, Vertical and Horizontal, and The Virginian.
Don Asher (1926- ). Manuscripts, correspondence, and other material from the American author, memoirist, and musician.
Sylvia Ashton-Warner (1908-1984). Manuscripts, correspondence, printed material, notebooks, diaries, professional material, and other items from the notable author and poet.
Isaac Asimov (1920-1992). A large collection of manuscripts, notebooks, correspondence, photographs, and much more from the American grandmaster of science fiction, including his seminal works I, Robot (1950) and the "Robot" series; the "Foundation" novels; and numerous short stories, essays, criticism, book reviews, memoirs, introductions, and other items.
Betty Askwith (1909-1995). Manuscripts, notebooks, printed material, correspondence, photographs, legal material, and miscellany from the notable poet, author, and novelist.
Robert Asprey (1923-2009). Manuscripts, correspondence, research material, audio, photographs, financial material, printed material, journals, and other items the notable author, historian, and biographer.
Mary Astor (1906-1987). Manuscripts, correspondence, photographs, and other items regarding the recognized film actress, novelist, and memoirist.
Atlantic Monthly. This collection includes: records of two lawsuits involving the Atlantic Monthly Company (1972-1981) and editorial correspondence (1965-1988) from The Atlantic Monthly.
Lester Atwell (1908-2001). Manuscripts, printed material and correspondence from the notable author.
Michael Avallone (1924-1999). Manuscripts, printed material, professional material, photographs, correspondence, and other material from the notable author.
Frederick Ayer (1917-1974). Manuscripts from the notable author.
L. Fred Ayvazian (1919-2009). Manuscripts and correspondence from the distinguished American author and physician, who published under the names Fred Levon and Kenneth Flagg.
Sanora Babb (1907-2005). Manuscripts for her acclaimed memoir An Owl on Every Post.
Frederic Babcock (1896-1979). Manuscripts, printed material, and correspondence from the notable journalist and author.
Naomi Lane Babson (1895-1985). Manuscripts, correspondence, scrapbooks, and other material from the Montana author, including several unpublished works.
Desmond Bagley (1923-1983). Manuscripts, correspondence, photographs, scrapbooks, audio recordings, and other items from the acclaimed British novelist, including manuscripts and correspondence regarding several short science-fiction stories.
Beryl Bainbridge (1932-2010). Manuscripts from the notable author and screenwriter.
John Bainbridge (1912-1992). Manuscripts, correspondence, research material, photographs, and many other items, from the author, journalist, and "London Journal" columnist for Gourmet magazine.
F. Sherman Baker (1902-1976). Manuscripts, correspondence, printed material, and other items from the notable editor and publisher.
Russell Baker (1925- ). Manuscripts, photographs, correspondence, printed material, notebooks, subject files, legal and financial material, personal memorabilia, and artwork from the notable author.
Faith Baldwin (1893-1978). Manuscripts, correspondence, memorabilia, photographs, audio recordings, and much more from the best-selling and prolific American romance novelist and short story writer.
William S. Ballinger (1912-1980). Draft of a manuscript for Ballinger's novel The Corsican, by the award-winning American author, screenwriter, and educator.
Margaret S. Banister (1894-1977). Manuscripts, correspondence, and memorabilia from this prominent American writer.
Richard Bankowsky (1928- ). Manuscripts, correspondence, and other material from the recognized American novelist and educator.
Lynne Reid Banks (1929-). Manuscripts, correspondence, notebooks, research, and more, from the acclaimed author of The Indian in the Cupboard series, as well as the classic feminist novel The L-Shaped Room.
Margaret Culkin Banning (1891-1982). Manuscripts, correspondence, printed material, photographs, and other items from the groundbreaking, prolific feminist writer.
Jo Bannister (1951- ). Manuscripts and correspondence from one of Ireland’s most prominent suspense novelists.
Harriot Buxton Barbour (1901-1980). Manuscripts, correspondence, research, scrapbooks, and other material for the Massachusetts musicologist and historian, especially her research and writings on the history of Sandwich, Mass.
Joanna Barnes (1934- ). Manuscripts from this actor and writer include her novels Pastora and Silverwood.
Helen Barolini (1925- ). Manuscripts and other items from the Italian-American translator, author, and teacher.
Jane Barry (1925-2001). Manuscripts and correspondence from the notable author.
Richard Barth (1943- ). Manuscripts by the acclaimed author of the Margaret Binton mystery novel series.
Jonathan Baumbach (1933- ). Manuscripts and other material from the American avant-garde author and educator, including material about the Fiction Collective.
Warren Beck (1896-1986). Manuscripts and other items from the notable author.
Samuel Beckett (1906-1989). Manuscript from the notable playwright and author.
Barry Beckham (1944- ). Manuscripts, correspondence, research material, printed material, and other items from the notable author.
John David Bee (1931-2002). Manuscripts and sketches from the author of historical fiction.
E.M. Beekman (1939-2008). Manuscripts, correspondence, research, and other items from the recognized Dutch author, scholar, and translator.
Louis Begley (1933- ). Manuscripts, correspondence, printed material, video, audio, and other items from the notable author and lawyer.
Noel Behn (1928-1998). Manuscripts from the notable author.
Ben Belitt (1911-2003). Manuscripts, correspondence, photographs, memorabilia, and more from the acclaimed American poet and translator, best known for his English translations of Pablo Neruda's work.
Charles G. Bell (1929- ). Manuscripts from the recognized American poet, novelist, and educator.
Mary Hayley Bell (1911-2005). Manuscripts, correspondence, photographs, printed material, and audio recordings from the notable author.
James Warner Bellah (1899-1976). Manuscripts, correspondence, personal memorabilia, printed material, military material, and other material from the notable author.
Stephen Benatar (1937- ). Manuscripts from the notable author and teacher.
Nathaniel Benchley (1915-1981). Manuscripts for several juvenile and young adult novels, dating from 1960 to 1981; as well as several other manuscripts, correspondence, audio recordings, photographs, and other items.
Peter Benchley (1940-2006). Manuscripts, correspondence, audio, video, and other items from the author of several novels (including Jaws) and conservationist.
Robert Benchley (1889-1945). Manuscripts, diaries, scrapbooks, correspondence, photographs, and other material.from the legendary American author and humorist.
Hal Bennett (1930-2004). Manuscripts from the notable African-American author.
Jack Bennett (1934-2000). Drafts of books from the notable author.
Eric Bentley (1916- ). Manuscripts, printed material, correspondence, audio recordings, and other items from the acclaimed playwright, theatre historian, and critic.
Patricia Benton (1907-1983). Manuscripts, correspondence, scrapbooks, audio recordings, photographs, and more from the recognized American poet.
Evelyn Berckman (1900-1978). Manuscripts correspondence, photographs, research material, and more from this author noted for her detective and Gothic horror novels, as well as her non-fiction.
Thomas Berger (1924-2014). Manuscripts, a journal, correspondence, printed material, audio, and other items from the notable author.
Chaim Bermant (1929-1998). Manuscripts, letters, diaries, photographs, scrapbooks, and other items from the beloved Anglo-Jewish author and journalist, best known for his "On the Other Hand" Column for The Jewish Chronicle.
Henry Beston (1888-1968). Manuscripts and correspondence from the notable author.
Bhabani Bhattacharya (1906-1988). Manuscripts and other material from the noted Indian author and journalist, including a draft of his influential 1965 novelShadow from Ladakh.
Jesse Bier (1925- ). Manuscripts, subject files, and correspondence from the notable author.
John (1908-1988) and Madeleine (1912-1988) Bingham. Manuscripts, correspondence, research material, and much more from the popular and prolific British authors.
Adolfo Bioy-Casares (1914-1984). Notebooks from the notable author.
Stephen Birmingham (1930-2015). Manuscripts, printed material, and correspondence from the notable author.
Immanuel Birnbaum (1894-1982). Manuscripts from the notable journalist and author.
Leonard Bishop (1922-2002). Manuscripts, professional material, subject files, correspondence, and other material from the notable author.
Camilla Bittle (1923-1999). Manuscripts, correspondence, and photographs from the writer best known for her novel Dear Family.
Campbell Black (1944-2013). Manuscripts, correspondence, and printed material from the notable author.
John Blackburn (1923-1993). Manuscripts from the popular British novelist.
Michael Blankfort (1907-1982). Manuscripts, correspondence, diaries, photographs, research material, and other items from the prolific playwright, screenwriter, and novelist.
Georges Blond (1906-1989). Notebooks from the prolific French author and historian.
Anthony Bloomfield (1922-2001). Manuscripts, correspondence, printed material, and other items from the notable author.
Michael Bond (1926- ). This collection consists of various manuscripts, correspondence, and other material. It includes manuscripts for Bond's children book series; such as Paddington Bear, Monsieur Pamplemousse, Herbs, J.D. Polson, and Olga Da Polga.
Ruskin Bond (1934- ). A large collection of manuscripts, letters, memorabilia, and other material from the celebrated author and journalist, including his original manuscript of his semi-autobiographical novel The Room on the Roof.
Florence Bonime (1907-1990). Manuscripts for a novel as well as material regarding psychoanalytic writing, from the noted author, editor, and creative writing instructor.
Mary Borden (1886-1968). Manuscripts, correspondence, a diary, photographs, scrapbooks, and other material from the notable author.
Alicia Borinsky (1946- ). Manuscripts, correspondence, video recordings, and other material from the acclaimed Argentinian novelist, poet, literary critic, and educator.
Ann Borowik (1930- ). Manuscripts and other materials from the writer; includes her best-known work How Many Miles to Babylon.
Allan R. Bosworth (1901-1986). Manuscripts, correspondence, notebooks, and research from the notable author and journalist.
J. Allan Bosworth (1925- ). Manuscripts, and correspondence from the notable author.
Patricia Bosworth (1933- ). Manuscripts, correspondence, research material, journals, notebooks, scrapbooks, and other material from the prominent biographer, journalist, and memoirist.
Jean Bothwell (1892-1977). Manuscripts, notebooks, research material, photographs, correspondence, and other items from the prolific American who lived in and wrote about India. The collection includes several letters from Bothwell's years in India, including letters from her family (1922-1936) and from missionaries in India (1936-1959).
Simon Bourgin (1914- ). Manuscripts, correspondence, professional material, printed material, photographs, and notebooks from the notable journalist.
Sara Bowen-Judd (1922-1986). Manuscript for her novel Let's Choose Executioners, from the prolific British mystery writer.
Rick Boyer (1943- ). Manuscripts, correspondence, research material, and other items from the popular American mystery author, best-known for his Charlie "Doc" Adams novel series.
Gerald Warner Brace (1901-1978). Manuscripts, correspondence, printed material, scrapbooks, and other material from the notable author.
Marion Zimmer Bradley (1930-1999). A large collection of manuscripts, correspondence, memorabilia, diaries, audio and video recordings, and other material from the revered fantasy and science-fiction writer and editor, author of The Mists of Avalon, the Darkover novels, and much more.
Malcolm Braly (1925-1980). Manuscripts for Braly's prison memoir On the Yard.
Herbert Brean (1907-1973). Manuscripts from the American journalist and crime fiction author.
Simon Brett (1945- ). Manuscripts from the notable radio producer and writer of detective fiction.
David Brierly (1936- ). Manuscripts and other material from the notable author.
Herma Briffault (1898-1981). Correspondence, notebooks, manuscripts, photographs, and other items from the American author best known for her English translations of modern French literature.
Asa Briggs (1921-2016). Subject files, professional material, printed material, manuscripts, correspondence, and other items from the notable historian.
Paul Brodeur (1931- ). A large collection of manuscripts, correspondence, research material, and other items from the American investigative journalist and author.
Conrad Bromberg (1931- ). Manuscripts, correspondence, photographs, and other items from the noted author, including several teleplays for various programs and series.
Christopher Brookhouse (1938- ). Manuscripts, correspondence, and other items from the noted American poet and novelist.
Anita Brookner (1928-2016). Manuscripts, correspondence, and other items from the acclaimed author, known for her writings on art and literature in addition to her novels.
Harry P. Brown (1917-1986). Manuscripts, correspondence, and other material from the notable screenwriter and poet.
Ivor Brown (1891-1974). Manuscripts and other material from the notable literary critic and author.
Howard Browne (1907-1999). Manuscripts, photographs, correspondence, and more from the notable author and screenwriter.
Pascal Bruckner (1948- ). Manuscripts, printed material, and other items from the notable author.
Eugene Burdick (1918-1965). A large collection of manuscripts, correspondence, printed items, and much more, from the important political theorist and co-author of The Ugly American (1958), an influential and controversial satire on America's role in Vietnam.
Thornton W. Burgess (1874-1965). Manuscripts and other material from the beloved childrens' author.
Jackson F. Burke (1915-1992). Manuscripts, printed material, correspondence, photographs, and other items from the notable novelist.
Thomas Burke (1886-1945). Manuscripts, correspondence, a scrapbook, printed material, and other items from the notable biographer and author.
Brian P. Burland (1931-2010). Manuscripts, journals and diaries, and other items from the notable author.
Ben Lucien Burman (1896-1984). Manuscripts from the notable author.
Frances Hodgson Burnett (1849-1924). A large group of letters, sent to the author of The Secret Garden, A Little Princess, and Little Lord Fauntleroy.
Gray Burr (1919-2001). Manuscripts and correspondence from the noted American poet.
Ion Butnaru (1918-1995). Manuscripts, photographs, letters, and more from the noted Romanian Jewish author and historian of the Holocaust in Romania.
Barbara N. Byfield (1930-1988). Manuscripts and illustrations from the noted writer and artist.
Olga Cabral (1909-1997). Manuscripts, notebooks, correspondence, audio recordings, juvenilia, notebooks, and other items from the prominent Trinidadian poet.
R. Wright Campbell (1927-2000). Manuscripts and other material from the acclaimed American screenwriter and author.
Philip Caputo (1941- ). Manuscripts, correspondence, printed material, diaries and journals, scrapbooks, audio, video, and other items from the important author and journalist. The collection includes Caputo's diaries and letters home from his time serving as a U.S. Marine in the conflict, his reportage from Vietnam as a journalist, his manuscripts for his books A Rumor of War (about his experience in Vietnam) and Ten Thousand Days of Thunder: A History of the Vietnam War (for young readers), and other relevant material.
Roger Caras (1928-2001). Manuscripts; correspondence; some photographs; drafts of screenplays for both television and film; reports and speeches; and copious research files from the notable American wildlife photographer and writer.
Patricia Carlon (1927-2002). Manuscripts and other items from the Australian romance and suspense novelist and short story writer.
Sally Carrighar (1895-1985). Manuscripts, scrapbooks and more from the noted naturalist and writer, known for her books chronicling the lives of wild animals.
Gladys Hasty Carroll (1904-1999). Manuscripts and correspondence from this popular novelist and short story writer.
James Carroll (1943- ). Professional material, manuscripts, and other material from the notable writer.
Josephine Carson (1919-2002). Manuscripts, correspondence, notes, and other material from the prominent American novelist, short story writer, poet, and memoirist.
Robert Carson (1909-1979). Manuscripts, journals, correspondence, printed material, and other items from this notable actor.
Mary Carter (1923- ). Manuscripts and correspondence from the recognized American novelist.
Barbara Cartland (1901-2000). Manuscripts and correspondence from the popular English romance novelist and media personality.
R.V. Cassill (1919-2002). Manuscripts, professional material, correspondence, audio/visual material, and other items. Manuscripts include: Clem Anderson (Simon and Schuster, 1961); Pretty Leslie (Simon and Schuster, 1963); The President (Simon and Schuster, 1964) and others.
Arthur Cavanaugh (1926-2009). Manuscripts for his novels The Children Are Gone (1966) and Leaving Home (1970).
Leslie Charteris (1907-1993). Manuscripts, correspondence, printed material, and other items from the notable author.
Ilka Chase (1905-1978). Manuscripts and correspondence from the American author and actress.
Mary Ellen Chase (1887-1973). Correspondence from the acclaimed Maine author.
Susan Taylor Chehak (1951- ). Manuscripts and other professional material from the novelist and teacher who taught the course “Introduction to Fiction Writing” at University of California, LosAngeles.
Allen Churchill (1911-1988). Manuscripts and correspondence from the notable author.
Billy C. Clark (1928-2009). Manuscripts, printed material, and photographs from the notable author.
Eric Clark (1937- ). Manuscripts, correspondence, and other material from the noted British journalist and author.
Arthur C. Clarke (1917-2008). Manuscripts, correspondence, and other items from the influential British author and futurist; primarily non-fiction, but includes some early science-fiction.
Mary Stetson Clarke (1911-1994). This collection consists of various manuscripts, subject files, printed material, and correspondence. It includes manuscripts for many of Clarke's books, such as Petticoat Rebel (Viking, 1964); The Iron Peacock (Viking, 1966); The Limner’s Daughter (Viking, 1967); Pioneer Iron Works (Chilton, 1968); The Glass Phoenix (Viking, 1969); Piper to the Clan (Viking, 1970); Bloomers and Ballots (Viking Junior Press, 1972) and others.
James Clavell (1924-1994). Manuscripts and other items from the notable novelist, screenwriter, and director.
Brian Cleeve (1921-2003)Manuscripts, correspondence, and other material from the notable journalist, broadcaster, short story writer and novelist, author of The Dictionary of Irish Writers and A Biographical Dictionary of Irish Writers.
Stuart Cloete (1897-1976). Manuscripts, printed material, correspondence, photographs, artwork, and other material from the notable authors.
Austin Coates (1922-1997). Manuscripts, correspondence, research material, photographs, memorabilia, scrapbooks, diaries, and other items from the former British administrator of Hong Kong, including documents and reports regarding Chinese and Soviet operations from the early 1950s.
Stanton Coblentz (1896-1982). Manuscripts, correspondence, and other material from the traditionalist American poet, editor, and novelist.
Marian B. Cockrell (1909-1999). Manuscripts and other material from the notable author.
James Colbert (1951- ). Manuscripts from the notable author.
Joan Collins (1933- ). Manuscripts, photographs, correspondence, and other items from the English author and star actress.
Barbara Compton (1902-1999). Manuscripts, correspondence, and other material from the notable author.
Richard Condon (1915-1996). Manuscripts, correspondence, photographs, research material, audio, and other material from the popular novelist, including several letters regarding Condon's early career as film publicist in the 1940s.
Evan S. Connell (1924-2013). Manuscripts and correspondence from the acclaimed American poet, novelist, editor, and short story writer, including drafts of two poems by Nelson Algren.
Alton F. Cook (1905-1962). Manuscripts, printed material, scrapbooks, correspondence from this notable film critic.
Robin Cook [Derek Raymond] (1931-1994). Manuscripts, photographs, and other items from the notable author.
Catherine Cookson (1906-1998). Manuscripts, diaries, subject files, photographs, and correspondence from the notable author.
Michael Cooney (1921- ). Manuscripts, printed material, and correspondence from the notable scriptwriter, copywriter, advertising manager, promotional director; currently free-lance writer, writer of ghost stories.
Jamie Lee Cooper (1928- ). Manuscripts from the notable author.
Alfred Coppel (1921-2004). Manuscripts, correspondence, and other items from the notable author.
Basil Copper (1924- ). Manuscripts, correspondence, photographs, and other items from the popular and prolific English author and editor of fantasy, horror, and detective fiction.
Elizabeth Corbett (1887-1981). Manuscripts, correspondence, printed material, and other items from the notable author.
Alexander Cordell (1914-1997). Manuscripts from the notable author.
Cid Corman (1924-2004). Numerous manuscripts for poems from the celebrated American poet and translator, known for his translations of Japanese poetry and his mastery of East Asian poetry forms using English.
Peter Cotes (1912-1998). Manuscripts, letters, research, photographs, and other items from the noted English theatre director, producer, actor, writer and production manager.
Geoffrey Cotterell (1919- ). Manuscripts from the notable author.
Harold Courlander (1908-1996). Manuscripts, photographs, printed material, legal material, artwork, and correspondence from the notable author.
Joy Cowley (1936- ). This collection consists of various manuscripts, printed material, correspondence, and other items from the prominent children's author.
Philip R. Craig (1933-2007). Manuscripts, printed material, correspondence, journals and diaries, and other items from the notable author.
William Craig (1929-1997). Manuscripts, audio, photographs, and memorabilia from the notable author.
Joanna Crawford (1941- ). Manuscripts and other items from the notable author.
Margaret Creal (1920-2001). Manuscripts, correspondence, photographs, and other material from the recognized American author.
Hubert Creekmore (1907-1966). Manuscripts and correspondence, including letters from Anthony Boucher, Cleanth Brooks, Clifton Fadiman, Richmond Lattimore, Marianne Moore, Robert Penn Warren, Eudora Welty, Richard Wilbur, and several other noted poets and writers.
Cecily Crowe (1911-1997). Manuscripts from the American author of Gothic mystery and romance.
Robert T. Crowley (1913-1992). Manuscripts, correspondence, printed material, and other material from the notable author.
John H. Culp (1907-1979). Manuscripts from the notable author.
Richard Curry (1949- ). Proofs and printed items from the notable author.
Jack Curtis (1922-2002). Manuscripts, correspondence, printed materials, personal memorabilia, financial materials, and other materialdv from the notable author.
Ursula Curtiss (1923-1984). Manuscripts and other items from the popular and prolific American author.
Guy Daniels (1919-1989). Manuscripts, printed material, correspondence, and other items from the notable critic and author.
Pierre Daninos (1913-2005). Manuscripts from the notable author and journalist.
Christopher Davis (1928- ). Manuscripts, audio, correspondence, professional material, photographs, and printed material from the notable author.
Dorothy Salisbury Davis (1916-2014). Manuscripts, printed material, legal material, notebooks, correspondence, and professional material from the notable author.
Marc Davis (1934- ). Proofs of his novel Spector and other items.
Mildred B. Davis (1930- ). Manuscripts, correspondence, and other items from the American mystery and suspense novelist.
L. Sprague de Camp (1907-2000). Manuscripts and other material from the popular and prolific author, including manuscripts for several works of science-fiction and fantasy as well as an extensive collection of rare science-fiction and fantasy magazines and fanzines dating from the late 1930s through the 1960s.
Peter De Vries (1910-1993) Manuscripts from the notable author.
Babs Deal (1929-2004). Manuscripts, correspondence, and other material from the novelist, known for her portrayals of life in her native Alabama.
Borden Deal (1922-1985). Manuscripts, correspondence, artwork, printed material, and other items from the notable author.
William DeAndrea (1952-1996). Manuscripts and other material from the notable author.
Mary Deasy (1914-1978). Manuscripts, notebooks, printed material, scrapbooks, correspondence, and photographs from the notable author.
George Deaux (1931- ). Manuscripts from the notable author.
Warwick Deeping (1877-1950). Manuscripts, diaries and notebooks, correspondence, and other materials from the notable author.
Joseph Jay Deiss (1912-1999). Manuscripts and printed material from the notable author.
Samuel R. Delany (1942- ). A large collection of manuscripts, letters, diaries, notebooks, printed material, and other items from the legendary African-American author of science-fiction, fantasy, memoir, and literary criticism. Currently closed to researchers.
Ronald Delderfield (1912-1972). Manuscripts from the notable author.
Robert DeMaria (1928- ). Manuscripts, notebooks, correspondence, and other items from the noted author.
Nelson DeMille (1943- ). Manuscripts, correspondence, and much more from the best-selling author.
Barbara Deming (1917-1984). Manuscripts, correspondence, photographs, and much more from the noted American lesbian journalist, author, editor, and activist for peace and women's rights.
David Dempsey (1914-1999). Manuscripts, research, and other material from the popular and versatile American author, critic, columnist, and non-fiction writer.
Alan Dent (1905-1978). Manuscripts from the notable author.
Thomas B. Dewey (1915-1981) Manuscripts, correspondence, and printed material from the notable author.
Eileen Dewhurst (1929-). Manuscripts from the notable author.
Martin Dibner (1911-1992). Manuscripts, correspondence, printed materials, and other materials from the notable author.
Charles Dickinson (1951-). Manuscripts from the notable author.
William Dieter (1929-). Manuscripts and correspondence from the notable author.
Doris Miles Disney (1907-1976). Manuscripts and other items from the prolific American mystery writer.
Jan Dobraczynski (1910-1994). Manuscript from the notable author.
Mary N. Dolim (1925-2002). Manuscripts, correspondence, and printed material. Dolim's collection of manuscripts includes: The Bishop Pattern (Morrow, 1963); Miss Mac (Van Nostrand, 1963); Four Hands for Mercy, written with Gen Kakacek (Van Nostrand, 1965); and The Omen (Morrow, 1967). Correspondence consisting of professional letters between Dolim and her publishers (1959-1966).
Marguerite Dorian Manuscripts by the noted author.
Fairfax Downey (1892-1990). Manuscripts, correspondence, printed materials, scrapbooks, and other materials. Downey's manuscripts include: Louisbourg: Key to a Continent, My Books: How I Came to Write Them and How they Fared, and It Happened in New Hampshire. Correspondence well documented between 1930 and 1941. Notable correspondents include Lady Nancy Astor, Robert Benchley, Stephen Bonsal, and James Bellah.
Harris Downey (1907-1979). Manuscripts and other material from the American short story author and novelist.
Margaret Drabble (1939- ). Manuscripts and correspondence from the acclaimed English novelist, biographer, and critic.
James Wedgwood Drawbell (1899-1976). Manuscripts, correspondence, printed materials, legal material, photographs, and other materials from the notable journalist, author, and editor.
Davis Dresser (1904-1977). Manuscripts and other material from the great popular fiction novelist, best known for his Michael Shayne mystery novel series.
James Drought (1931-1983). Manuscripts, correspondence, printed material, photographs, and other items from the notable author.
William DuBois (1903-1997). Manuscripts and other material from the American playwright, novelist, and editor.
Madeleine Duke (1925- ). Manuscripts, correspondence, photographs, diaries, and other material from the noted British author of espionage fiction, science fiction, and mystery.
Petru Dumitriu (1924-2002). Manuscripts, printed materials, and other materials from the notable author.
Robert L. Duncan (1927-1999) and Wanda S. (1925-).This collection includes manuscripts, research material, correspondence, photographs, printed material, financial material, audio, and awards.
Thomas W. Duncan (1905-1987). Manuscripts, correspondence, personal memorabilia, printed materials, financial materials, audio materials, photographs, notebooks, and other materials from the notable author.
Dorothy Dunnett (1923-2001). Manuscripts, correspondence, extensive research material, photographs, and other items from the prolific Scottish author of historical romances.
Mary Parker Dunning (1879-1973). Manuscripts for Dunning's travel memoir Mrs. Marco Polo Remembers, describing her journeys through the Near and Far East from 1908 through the 1950s.
Jack Dunphy (1914-1992). Manuscripts and printed material from the notable novelist and playwright.
Charles Durbin Manuscripts, correspondence, printed materials, and legal materials from the notable author.
Alice Dwyer-Joyce (1913-1986). Manuscripts, correspondence, personal memorabilia, printed materials, legal materials, photographs, and other materials from the notable author.
Charles Edward Eaton (1916-2006). Manuscripts, personal memorabilia, printed materials, professional materials, legal materials, financial materials, photographs, and other materials from the notable author and poet.
Evelyn Eaton (1902-1983). Manuscripts, correspondence, photographs, and other material from the prolific Canadian author and educator.
William J. Eaton (1930-2005). Manuscripts, correspondence, personal memorabilia, printed materials, professional materials, financial materials, photographs, notebooks, and other materials from the notable journalist.
Mignon G. Eberhart (1899-1996). Manuscripts, correspondence, and other material from the pioneering American suspense novelist and short story writer, known for creating one of the first female detective protagonists.
Allan W. Eckert (1931-2011). Manuscripts, correspondence, printed materials, and other items from the notable author.
Dorothy Eden (1912-1982). Manuscripts and electronic media from the notable New Zealand author.
Clive Egleton (1927-2006). Manuscripts and correspondence from noted English author of espionage fiction.
Charles Einstein (1926-2007). Manuscripts and printed items from the notable newspaperman and sports writer.
Mary [Dorothy Mary Stewart] Elgin (1917-1965). Manuscripts from the notable author.
Benjamin Elkin (1911-1995). Manuscripts and other material from this notable author.
Aaron J. Elkins (1935-). Manuscripts, correspondence, printed material, photographs, video, and audio from the notable author.
Stanley Ellin (1916-1986). Manuscripts, correspondence, and other material from the acclaimed American mystery writer, best-known for his short stories.
Sumner Locke Elliott (1917-1991). Manuscripts, correspondence, printed material, photographs, scrapbooks, family papers, and other items from the acclaimed and prolific actor, playwright, screenwriter, and novelist, including his scripts for the series Goodyear Television Playhouse, Philco Television Playhouse, Producer's Showcase, The Kaiser Aluminum Hour, Studio One, Dupont Show of the Month, Playwrights '56, Way Out, The Alcoa Hour, and United States Steel House.
James W. Ellison (1929-2007). Manuscripts from the notable author Ellison.
Cathleen Burns Elmer (1918-). Manuscripts and other items from the noted short story writer and critic.
Gisela Elsner (1937-1992). Manuscripts, printed material, and other material from the notable author.
Seymour Epstein (1917-2011). Manuscripts and other items from the notable author.
Richard B. Erno (1923-1999). Manuscripts, correspondence, printed materials, and other items from the notable author.
Jonathan Escott (1922-2007). Manuscripts, printed materials, and correspondence from the notable author.
Anthony Esler (1934-). Manuscripts, correspondence, and other items from the notable history professor and author.
James Facos (1924-). Manuscripts and correspondence from the noted Vermont poet, playwright and author.
Ann [Dorothy Tait] Fairbairn (1905-1972). Manuscripts, notes, correspondence, and other material from the American author and journalist, including material for Five Smooth Stones, her classic novel of discrimination in America, and her biography of New Orleans clarinetist George Lewis.
Douglas Fairbairn (1926-1997). Manuscripts, notebooks and daily planners, printed materials, and correspondence from the notable author.
Peter Farb (1929-1980). Research and professional materials, printed items, and correspondence, notebooks and scrapbooks, professional materials, and other items from the notable author.
Jeffrey Farnol (1878-1952). Manuscripts, diaries and notebooks, correspondence, and other items from the notable author.
Finis Farr (1904-1982). Manuscripts, correspondence, and printed materials from the notable author and biographer.
Henry Farrell (1920-2006). Manuscripts and other material from the notable author.
James T. Farrell (1904-1979). Manuscripts and printed material from the notable author.
Irvin Faust (1924-2012). Manuscripts, printed materials, and other items from the notable author.
Favorite Poem Project The collection consists of video tapes in various formats shot in various locations of public personalities reading their favorite poems.
Elton C. Fax (1909-1993). Artwork, correspondence, manuscripts, photographs, and much more, from the celebrated African-American artist.
Peter Feibleman (1930-). Manuscripts from the notable author.
Elizabeth Fenwick (1920-). Manuscripts from the detective novelist, including excerpts from her works The Passenger, The Silent Cousin, andA Night Run.
Charles W. Ferguson (1901-1987). Manuscripts, research material, correspondence, and printed material from the notable author. Includes material for the biography of DeWitt Wallace.
Leslie Fiedler (1917-2003). Manuscripts, correspondence, audio recordings, photographs, and other material from the influential literary critic, essayist, and author, including drafts and correspondence regarding the anthology In Dreams Awake: A Historical-Critical Anthology of Science Fiction, edited by Fiedler; and the critical biography Olaf Stapledon. Related correspondence includes significant letters from Brian Aldiss, Samuel R. Delany, Harlan Ellison, Philip Jose Farmer, and Frederick Pohl, among others.
Joseph Finder (1958- ). Manuscripts, correspondence and photographs from the popular American espionage fiction and suspense author.
Patricia Finney (1958-). Manuscripts, diaries and journals, professional materials, correspondence, printed materials, and other items from the notable author.
Robert L. Fish (1912-1981). Manuscripts and correspondence from the acclaimed American crime author.
Joan Fleming (1908-1980). Manuscripts, correspondence, and other material from the popular British crime and suspense novelist.
Thomas J. Fleming (1927-). Manuscripts, correspondence, personal memorabilia, printed materials, professional materials, research materials, legal materials, financial materials, film and video materials, audio materials, photographs, electronic media, and other materials from the notable military historian and historical novelist.
Grace Nies Fletcher (1895-1991). Manuscripts, correspondence, photographs, and other items from this American author, known for her writings on Christianity and her accounts of her extensive world travels.
Martha Foley (1897-1977). Manuscripts, correspondence, reviews, and memorabilia from the founder and editor of Story magazine and longtime editor of the Best American Short Stories anthology series.
DeLoris Stanton Forbes (1923- ). Manuscripts, correspondence, photographs, and other material from the prolific American author of crime fiction and other writings.
Kathryn [Kathryn A. Maclean] Forbes (1908-1996). Manuscripts, printed materials, photographs, and artwork from this notable author.
Richard Forrest (1932-2005). Manuscripts, correspondence, research, and other material from the noted American mystery and suspense novelist.
Leatrice Fountain (1924-2015). Manuscripts from the noted American writer and daughter of silent film star John Gilbert.
Wallace Fowlie (1908-1998). Manuscripts and correspondence from the distinguished American poet, scholar, educator, and translator of French literature.
Charles Fox (?-2012). Manuscripts and other material from the notable author.
Raymond Foxall (1916-). Manuscripts, correspondence, printed material, and other items from the notable author.
Janet Frame (1924-2004). Manuscripts from the notable author.
Dick Francis (1920- ). Manuscripts for two novels, from the British jockey and popular crime fiction author.
Brian Freeborn (1939-). Manuscripts from the noted crime novelist.
Donald Freed (1932-). The Donald Freed Collection contains examples of his work in fiction and non-fiction, writing for the screen, and writing for the theatre.
Morton Freedgood (1912-2006). Manuscripts from the notable author.
Benedict Freedman (1919-) and Nancy (1920-) Manuscripts, printed material, and professional material from the co-author of Mrs. Mike, which went on to inspire a film adaptation. In the Benedict and Nancy Freedman collection.
Arthur Freeman (1938-). Manuscripts, correspondence, printed materials, and miscellaneous items from the notable author.
Lucy Freeman (1916-2004). Manuscripts for various works by the pioneering American journalist, known for her groundbreaking coverage of psychiatry and mental health.
Brian Freemantle (1936- ). Manuscripts, correspondence, and other material from the popular journalist and author, best known for the Charlie Muffin novel series.
Celia Fremlin (1914-2009). Manuscripts from the award-winning British mystery writer.
Eleanor Clark French (1908-1990). Manuscripts, correspondence, photographs, and other items from the noted writer, editor, and Democratic Party official.
Richard Frost (1929-). Manuscripts and correspondence from the noted American poet and educator.
Robert Frost (1874-1963). A significant collection of manuscripts, correspondence, and other items from the legendary American poet, including early notebooks and numerous letters.
Daniel Fuchs (1909-1993). Manuscripts, correspondence, printed materials, and other items from the notable screenwriter, and fiction writer.
Blair Fuller (1927-2011). Manuscripts, correspondence, printed materials, legal materials, film and video materials, photographs, artwork, and other items from the notable journalist and author.
Edmund Fuller (1914-2001). Manuscripts, correspondence, printed materials, personal memorabilia, legal materials, financial materials, photographs, diaries, and miscellaneous materials. Manuscripts include: Man in Modern Fiction, The Coming Christian Underground, The Morning and the Evening, The Woodchucks, and others.
John G. Fuller (1913-1990). Manuscripts and other material from the notable author.
Paul Fussell (1924-2012). Manuscript, professional materials, and research materials from the notable author, historian, and professor.
Thomas E. Gaddis (1908-1984). Manuscripts, correspondence, personal memorabilia, printed materials, professional materials, research materials, legal materials, audio materials, and other items from the notable author.
Reg Gadney (1941-). Manuscripts, correspondence, research, artwork, nd other material from the recognizedBritish painter, novelist and educator
Menna Gallie (1920-1990). Manuscripts, correspondence, personal memorabilia, printed materials, photographs, and other materials from the notable writer, and author of You're Welcome to Ulster.
Judy Gardiner (1922-). Manuscripts, correspondence, printed materials, research materials, legal materials, audio materials, and other items from the notable author.
Alan Gardner (1925-). Manuscripts from the noted British suspense author.
Nancy Bruff Gardner (1909-2009). Manuscripts, correspondence, personal memorabilia, printed material, and other items from the American novelist.
Chloe Gartner (1916-2003). Manuscripts, correspondence, printed material, and other items from the novelist who wrote several historical novels including Anne Bonny.
Rosemary Gatenby (1918-2007). Manuscripts, correspondence, and other items from the recognized American mystery novelist.
Paul Geddes (1922-1994). Manuscripts and related notebooks from the notable author.
Maxwell Geismar (1909-1979). Manuscripts, correspondence, photographs, audio, and other items from the esteemed critic and literary historian, including several letters, manuscripts, photos, and other items regarding Eldridge Cleaver (Geismar edited and wrote the introduction to Cleaver's book Soul on Ice.
Martha Gellhorn (1908-1998). Manuscripts, correspondence, journals and diaries, photographs, audio and video recordings, and other items from the celebrated and influential American war correspondent, novelist, and short story writer.
Elizabeth George (1949-). Manuscripts, correspondence, photographs, and more from the acclaimed American novelist of mystery and suspense.
Noel B. Gerson (1914-1988). Manuscripts, correspondence, and scrapbooks from the prolific historical novelist and writer for Robert Montgomery Presents and other series in the late 1940s and early 1950s.
Euell Gibson (1911-1975). Manuscripts from the popular author and visionary proponent of wild foods and natural diets, known for his book Stalking the Wild Asparagus.
Stella Gibbons (1902-1989). Manuscripts, notebooks, and poetry from the English writer and author of Cold Comfort Farm.
Miles Gibson (1947-). Manuscripts, scrapbooks, printed material, and other items from the notable author.
Edwin Gilbert (1907-1976). Manuscripts, correspondence, and printed material from the notable author.
Michael Gilbert (1912-2006). Manuscripts, correspondence, research, scrapbooks, and other material from the popular and prolific British author of mystery, suspense, crime, and espionage fiction.
Dorothy Gilman (1923-2012). Manuscripts, correspondence, photographs, scrapbooks, diaries, and other material from the author of the popular “Mrs. Pollifax” mystery novel series.
Nikki Giovanni (1943-). A large collection of manuscripts, correspondence, printed items, and other material, comprehensively documenting the long career of one of America’s greatest African-American poets.
Maurade Glennon (1926-). Manuscripts from the notable teacher, and writer.
Julian Gloag (1930-). Manuscripts from the notable author.
Anthony Glyn (1922-1988). Manuscripts, correspondence, printed materials, legal materials, financial materials, photographs, and other materials from the notable author.
Caroline Glyn (1947-1981) Manuscripts, notebooks, artwork, and other items from the prominent English poet, novelist, and artist.
Jon Godden (1906-1984). Manuscripts and other items from the noted Indian-born English author and sister of popular author Rumer Godden.
Rumer Godden (1907-1998). Manuscripts, correspondence, photographs, research material, and other material from the prolific English author who grew up in what is now Bangladesh.
Martyn Goff (1923-2015). Manuscripts and notebooks from the beloved British author, bookseller, and literacy advocate, best-known for his administration of the Booker Prize.
Eaton K.Goldthwaite (1907-1994). Manuscripts, correspondence, and other material from the popular American mystery writer, known for his Joseph Dickerson novel series.
Harold Goodwin (1914-1990). Manuscripts, correspondence, printed materials, and financial materials from the notable author.
Charles O. Gorham (1911-1975). Manuscripts, correspondence, personal memorabilia, printed materials, notebooks and journals, and legal materials from the notable author.
Robert Gover (1929-1997). Manuscripts from the notable author.
Juan Goytisolo (1931-). Manuscripts, notebooks, correspondence, and other items from the legendary Spanish novelist, essayist, and poet.
Ronan C. Grady [John Murphy] (1921-1992). Manuscripts, correspondence, and other material from the recognized American author and US Army Colonel.
Sue Grafton (1940-). Manuscripts, correspondence, diaries, photographs, notes, research, and other items from one of America’s most popular mystery novelists.
Winston Graham (1909-2003) Manuscript from the notable author.
Richard L. Graves (1928-). Manuscripts, correspondence, and other material from the notable author.
Francine du Plessix Gray (1930-) Manuscripts, correspondence, printed material, photographs, journals and notebooks from the notable writer and literary critic.
Richard Grayson (1951-). Manuscripts, correspondence, interviews, and other items from the noted American political activist and author of experimental fiction.
Bernard Grebanier (1903-1977). Manuscripts, correspondence, scrapbooks, photographs, memorabilia, and other items from the distinguished American poet and literary critic, best known for his studies of William Shakespeare.
Alan Green (1906-1975). Manuscripts, correspondence, and other material from the noted author, advertising executive, and co-founder of the agency Green Brodie Co.
Gerald Green (1922-2006). Manuscripts, correspondence, and printed materials from the notable author.
William M. Green (1929-). Manuscripts, correspondence, journals, photographs, and other items from the popular mystery author.
Russell H. Greenan(1925-). Manuscripts and correspondence from the groundbreaking author and crime novelist, best-known for his 1968 novel It Happened In Boston?.
Joanne Greenberg (1932-). Manuscripts, correspondence, notes, and several other items from the noted novelist, including material regarding her groundbreaking autobiographical novel of her struggle with schizophrenia, I Never Promised You a Rose Garden.
Harris Greene (1921-1997). Manuscripts and other material from the notable author.
Josh Greenfeld (1928-). Manuscripts, correspondence, printed material, research material, financial material, photographs, artwork, memorabilia, and other items from the notable author.
Arthur Gregor (1923-). Manuscripts, correspondence, and other items from the acclaimed poet and author, known for incorporating spirituality and mysticism into his themes and style.
Martin L. Gross (1925-). Manuscripts, printed materials, and a photograph from the notable author.
Alfred Grossman (1927-1987). Manuscripts from the notable author.
Flora Groult (1924-2001). Correspondence and other material from the renowned French author and feminist.
Beatriz Guido (1924-1988). Manuscripts, correspondence, printed materials, professional materials, and an audio cassette from the notable author.
Robert H. van Gulik (1910-1967). Manuscripts, correspondence, artwork, and other material from the prominent Dutch diplomat, scholar of East Asia, and author, best-known for his Judge Dee mystery novel series.
Anne Guthrie (1890-1979). A draft of Guthrie's book Madame Ambassador, her biography of Vijaya Lakshmi Pandit.
Rosa Guy (1923-2012). Manuscripts from the award-winning African-American author, including six unpublished novels, as well as various short stories, articles, interviews, and speeches.
John Haase (1923-2006). The John Haase collection includes materials pertaining to Me and the Arch Kook Petulia (Coward McCann, 1966).
Hans Habe (1911-1977). Manuscripts, correspondence, personal memorabilia, printed materials, research materials, photographs, scrapbooks, and other items from the notable author.
James W. Hackett (1929-). Manuscripts, notebooks, and a scrapbook from the American master of the haiku form.
Leila Hadley Luce (1925-2009). Manuscripts, correspondence, photographs, and other items from the acclaimed American travel writer and memoirist.
Harvey Haislip (1889-1978). Manuscripts, correspondence, and printed materials from the notable author.
Richard Hall (1926-1992). Manuscripts, professional materials, and other items from the notable author.
Miriam Halliday-Borkowski (1930-2002). Manuscripts, correspondence, personal memorabilia, printed materials, professional materials, legal materials, financial materials, film and video, audio materials, photographs, artwork, diaries and journals, and miscellaneous items from the notable author.
Nancy Hallinan (1921-). Manuscripts, correspondence, personal memorabilia, printed materials, professional materials, legal materials, financial materials, audio materials, photographs, notebooks, scrapbooks, and other items from the notable author.
Gerald Hammond (1926-2015). Manuscripts, correspondence, and other items from the prolific Scottish crime novelist.
Edward Hannibal (1936-2014). Manuscripts, correspondence, notebooks, and other material from the author and advertising executive.
Firth Haring (1937-). Manuscripts, printed material, correspondence, and other material from the notable author.
Alan Harrington (1919-1997). Manuscripts and related items from the notable author.
Joseph Harrington (1903-1980). Manuscripts, correspondence, and other material from the popular American author of crime fiction and non-fiction.
John Harris (1916-1991). Manuscripts and other material from the prolific English author, best-known for his Inspector Pel crime novel series.
Michael Harrison (1907-1991). Manuscripts, correspondence, and much more from the popular British editor and author of crime fiction and fantasy.
David Harsent (1942-). Manuscripts, research material, video recordings, audio recordings, correspondence, awards, and printed material from the notable author.
Josephine Hart (1942-2011). Manuscripts, correspondence, reviews, and other items from the prominent Irish writer, theater producer and television presenter.
Jerome Hartenfels (1934-1973). The Jerome Hartenfels collection consists of his manuscript for Lazarus (Hill and Wang, 1966).
Michael Hartland (1941- ). Manuscripts from the prominent British diplomat, civil servant, and author of espionage fiction.
James Haskins (1941-2005). Manuscripts, research material, correspondence, audio recordings, printed material, and other items by the notable author.
Macdonald Hastings (1909-1982). Manuscripts, correspondence, printed materials, and other items from the notable author.
Eric Hatch (1901-1973). Manuscripts, printed material, correspondence, professional material, audio, photographs, financial and legal material, and other items from the notable writer.
Cameron Hawley (1905-1969). Manuscripts, correspondence, printed materials, financial materials, photographs, journals, and other materials from the notable author.
Molly Costain Haycraft (1911-2005). Manuscripts and related items from the notable author.
Ronald Hayman (1932-). Manuscripts and audio materials from the notable critic, dramatist, and writer.
Brooke Hayward (1936-). The Brooke Hayward collection includes the manuscript for Haywire (Knopf, 1977).
Bessie Head (1937-1986). Manuscripts from the notable author.
Ben Healey (1908-1993). Manuscripts and other items from the British artist and crime novelist, known for his art-themed crime fiction.
Catherine Heath (1924-1991). Manuscripts, correspondence, printed materials, and a photograph from the notable author and poet.
Roy A.K. Heath (1926-2008). Drafts and notebooks from the prolific Guyanese-British author.
Willi Heinrich (1920-2005). Manuscripts and other items from the notable author.
Jim Henaghan [Archie O'Neill] (1919-1984). Manuscripts and other items from the popular mystery writer, reporter, and columnist.
Laurence Henderson (1928-2015). Manuscripts for novels and short stories by the noted mystery author.
Mrs. Robert Henrey (1906-2004). Manuscripts, correspondence, photographs, artwork, and other materials from the notable author.
James Leo Herlihy (1927-1993). Manuscripts, printed material, and other items from the notable playwright, novelist, and actor.
William Herrick (1915-2004). Manuscripts, correspondence, personal memorabilia, printed materials, professional materials, legal materials, financial materials, audio materials, photographs, and miscellaneous items from the notable novelist.
Burton Hersh (1933-). Manuscripts, notes, and correspondence from the author of The Old Boys: The American Elite and the Origins of the CIA.
Arthur Herzog (1927-). Manuscripts, printed material, correspondence, family and personal records, and other items from the notable journalist and novelist.
William Heyen (1940-). A large collection of manuscripts, correspondence, and other items from the acclaimed American poet, editor, and literary critic.
Carl Hiaasen (1953-). Manuscripts from the notable author.
Christopher Hibbert (1924-2008). Manuscripts, correspondence, and printed materials from the notable biographer.
Charles Higham (1931-). Manuscripts from the notable author, editor, and poet.
Carol Hill (1942- ). Manuscripts, research and more from the recognized American novelist, known for her offbeat style and wit.
Reginald Hill (1936-2012). Manuscripts and correspondence from the award-winning English crime novelist.
W. Speed Hill (1935-2007). Drafts, notebooks, and research material from the recognized editor and scholar of English literature.
Dolores Hitchens (1907-1973). Manuscripts and printed material from the prolific mystery novelist whose novel The Watcher was adapted for an episode of the TV series The Thriller.
Janet Hitchman (1916-1980). Manuscripts, correspondence, printed materials, financial records, artwork, and miscellaneous items from the notable biographer.
Martin Hoade (1916-2006). Film and video recordings and other items from the noted director and producer.
Andre Hodeir (1921-2011). Manuscripts, professional material, and legal material from the notable composer.
Aubrey Hodes (1927-2013). Manuscripts, correspondence, printed materials, research materials, audio materials, and photographs from the notable translator and author.
Eric Hodgins (1899-1971). Manuscripts and printed material from the notable author.
Paul Hofmann (1912-2008). Manuscripts, correspondence, research, and other material from the renowned Austrian-American journalist, translator, and activist, best-known for his writings on subjects related to Catholicism and the Papacy.
John Clellon Holmes (1926-1988). A significant collection of manuscripts, correspondence, diaries and journals, photographs, notebooks, and much more, from the groundbreaking American poet, novelist, critic, and seminal figure of the Beat Generation.
James D. Horan (1914-1981). Manuscripts, printed materials, photographs, scrapbooks, and other items from the notable author.
Alistair Horne (1925-). Manuscripts, subject files, correspondence, and other material from the notable historian and biographer.
Julius Horwitz (1920-1986). Manuscripts, correspondence, personal memorabilia, printed materials, professional materials, research materials, audio materials, photographs, notebooks, and other items from the notable author.
J. Harvey Howells (1912-1983). Manuscripts, correspondence, and printed materials from the notable author.
Edwin P. Hoyt (1923-2005). Manuscripts, correspondence, personal memorabilia, printed materials, professional materials, legal materials, photographs, and miscellany from the notable American writer. Includes biography of Oliver Wendell Holmes.
Richard D. Hoyt (1941-). Manuscripts, correspondence, printed materials, and other items from the notable author.
Richard G. Hubler (1912-1981). Manuscripts, correspondence, personal memorabilia, printed items, legal materials, financial materials, audio materials, and photographs from the notable author.
Langston Hughes (1902-1967). Manuscripts and other material from the legendary poet and author of the Harlem Renaissance.
Beatrice Trum Hunter (1918-). Manuscripts, research, correspondence, audio recordings, and other items from one of America's most prominent nutritionists and food safety experts, a trailblazer in her field.
Evan [Ed McBain] Hunter (1926-2005). A large collection of manuscripts, correspondence, printed material, and other items, including drafts of the film The Birds, directed by Alfred Hitchcock.
Constance Hunting (1925-2006). Manuscripts, correspondence, photographs, and more from the renowned New England poet, editor, and publisher.
Maude Hutchins (1899-1991). Manuscripts and other papers from the American novelist, known as the greatest writer of the "nouveau roman" style in English.
Colette Inez (1931-). Manuscripts, correspondence, diaries, journals, artwork, and other material from the acclaimed poet and memoirist.
John Irsfeld (1937-). Manuscripts, correspondence, printed materials, professional materials, film and video, and other items from the notable author.
Alan R. Jackson (1906-1965). Manuscripts, printed material, and correspondence from the notable author.
Stanley Jackson (1910-1995). The Stanley Jackson collection consists of manuscripts, research material, correspondence, printed material, and other items.
Naomi [Ellington Gray] Jacob (1884-1964). Manuscripts, correspondence, printed materials, and a scrapbook from the notable author.
Josephine Jacobsen (1908-2003). Manuscripts, correspondence, and other items from the lauded poet, short story writer, critic, and U.S. Poet Laureate from 1971 to 1973.
Robert Leigh James (1918-2007). Manuscripts from the notable author.
Storm Jameson (1891-1896). The Storm Jameson collection consists of manuscripts for her novel The White Crow (Macmillan, 1968).
Geoffrey Jenkins (1920-2001). Manuscripts and other material from the South African journalist, novelist, and screenwriter.
Gary Jennings (1928-1999). Manuscripts, correspondence, printed material, and photographs from the notable author.
Paul F. Jennings (1918-1996). Manuscripts and other material from the notable author.
Judson Jerome (1927-1991). Manuscripts, correspondence, research material, and other items from the venerable American poet and longtime author of a column on poetry for Writer's Digest; the collection includes letters from Robert Bly, John Ciardi, Langston Hughes, Frank O'Hara, John Crowe Ransom, Gary Snyder, and others.
Richard Jessup (1925-1982). Manuscripts, correspondence, personal memorabilia, printed materials, legal materials, financial materials, photographs, and miscellaneous items from the notable author and screenwriter.
Emil Richard Johnson (1927-1997). Manuscripts and correspondence from the popular American mystery and crime author.
Nora Johnson (1933-).Manuscripts, correspondence, audio, and more from the American and daughter of legendary screenwriter Nunnally Johnson.
W. Ryerson Johnson (1901-1995). Manuscripts, correspondence, and other material from one of the great American pulp fiction writers.
Denis Johnston (1901-1984). Diaries, notebooks, correspondence, and a printed item from the notable author, journalist, and theater director.
Ronald Johnston (1926-). Manuscripts, correspondence, personal memorabilia, printed materials, photographs, and other items from the notable author.
Gayl Jones (1949-). Several manuscripts of various works by the groundbreaking, acclaimed African-American novelist and poet, including her novels Eva's Man and Mosquito.
Victor Jones (1919-). The Victor Jones collection consists of several drafts of his novel The Album (Lyle Stuart, 1965), as well as two notebooks of Jones’ notes regarding the book.
Mildred Jordan (1901-1982). Manuscripts, research material and correspondence from the author and playwright whose books mainly focused on the Pennsylvania Dutch immigrants to America.
Philippe Jullian (1919-1977). Manuscript from the notable French art historian, illustrator, novelist, and biographer.
Lawrence Kamarck (1927-2001). Manuscripts and correspondence from the notable author.
Irene Kampen (1922-1998). Manuscripts and diaries from the influential columnist, memoir writer, and humorist.
Henry Kane (1918-1988). Correspondence and printed material from the prolific American author of crime novels, screenplays, and radio plays.
Richard Karlan (1919-2004). Manuscripts, correspondence, printed materials, professional materials, legal materials, and photographs from the notable actor.
Ilona Karmel (1925-2000). Manuscripts and proofs for Karmel's classic novel of the Holocaust, An Estate of Memory, by the acclaimed Polish-American writer and Holocaust survivor.
David Karp (1922-1999). A large collection of manuscripts, correspondence, film and video recordings, photographs, and other items from the prolific author and writer for several series, including The Untouchables, The Defenders, and Studio One; he also authored several television feature films.
Leo Katcher (1912-1991). Manuscripts and research material from the notable author.
Lane Kauffmann (1921-1988). Manuscripts, professional materials, and correspondence from the notable author, editor, and screenwriter.
Bob Kaufman (1925-1986). Manuscripts, printed items, and several audio recordings of readings from this significant member of the Beat Generation.
Lenard Kaufman (1913-1992). Manuscripts, correspondence, personal memorabilia, printed materials, and photographs from the notable author.
Pamela Kaufman (1942-). Various materials pertaining to Shield of Three Lions written by the novelist best known for her historical fiction works.
M.M. Kaye (1908-2004). Manuscripts, correspondence, diaries and journals, artwork, photographs, and much more, from the popular English novelist and daughter of a British colonial officer, Sir Cecil Kaye; her papers provide a personal document of life during the British occupation.
Marvin Kaye (1938-). Manuscripts, correspondence, printed materials, and photographs from the notable author, screenwriter, and professor.
Charles M.H. Keil (1939-). Manuscripts, research material, correspondence, journals and diaries, printed material, professional material, legal material, audio, personal memorabilia, and other material from the notable author.
Esther Kellner (1908-1998). Manuscript for her history Moonshine: Its History and Folklore.
Mary Kelly (1927-). Manuscripts from the notable author.
Harry Kemelman (1908-1996). Manuscripts, correspondence, printed materials, professional materials, notebooks, scrapbooks, and miscellaneous materials from the notable author.
Adam Kennedy (1922-1997). Manuscripts, correspondence, printed materials, professional materials, legal materials, financial materials, and audio materials from the notable author.
Eva Kennedy (1928-1995). Manuscripts and other items from the notable author.
Jay Richard Kennedy (1904-1991). Manuscripts, correspondence, personal memorabilia, printed materials, professional materials, legal materials, video materials, audio materials, photographs, and medical records from the notable author.
Ludovic Kennedy (1919-2009). Manuscripts, correspondence, printed materials, professional materials, research materials, photographs, and scrapbooks from this notable author and journalist.
Raymond Kennedy (1934-2007). The Raymond Kennedy collection includes the holograph manuscript of Good Night, Jupiter (Atheneum, 1970).
Lona B. Kenney (1896-1994). Manuscripts, research, notebooks, scrapbooks, correspondence, audio recordings, photographs, and other items from the noted writer of novels, short stories, teleplays, and memoirs.
F.W. Kenyon (1912-1989). Manuscript and printed materials from the notable author.
Gerald Kersh (1911-1968). Manuscripts, correspondence, photographs, notes, and other items from the pioneering British author, known for his short stories.
John Oliver Killens (1916-1987). Manuscripts from the notable author.
James Kirkwood (1924-1989). Manuscripts, research material, printed material, audio, and other items from the notable American author, playwright, and actor.
Robert Kirsch (1922-1980). Manuscripts, correspondence, and printed material from the notable critic.
Hans Hellmut Kirst (1914-1989). The Hans Hellmut Kirst collection consists of a holograph manuscript for Fabrikder Offiziere (1960), later published in English as The Officer Factory (Collins, 1962).
Philip J. Klass (1919-2005). The Philip J. Klass collection consists of manuscripts for his first book, UFOs - Identified (Random House, 1968).
Fletcher Knebel (1911-1993). Manuscripts, correspondence, personal memorabilia, printed materials, professional materials, and legal materials from the notable author.
William Knott (1940-2014). Manuscripts, correspondence, and other material from the iconoclastic and influential poet.
Bill Knox (1928-1999). Manuscripts, diaries, and other material from the renowned Scottish journalist, author, and broadcaster.
Claude Koch (1918-2000). Manuscripts, correspondence, personal memorabilia, printed materials, diaries and journals, and other items from the notable author.
Lys Dunlap Koch (1917-1989). Letters to Dunlap Koch from various prominent British authors Cyril Connolly, Augustus John, Edward Sackville-West, Edmund Wilson, and Peter Watson.
Ken Kolb (1926-). Manuscripts and other material from the noted author who wrote for several popular television series, including Medic, Have Gun -- Will Travel, Dragnet, The Wild Wild West, and many others.
Hans Koning (1924-2007). Manuscripts, correspondence, personal memorabilia, printed materials, professional materials, research materials, legal materials, financial materials, notebooks, photographs, and other items from the notable author.
William Krasner (1917-2003). Manuscripts, correspondence, printed materials, professional materials, and other items from the notable author.
Otto Kuhler (1894-1977). Correspondence, printed materials, photographs, artwork, and scrapbooks from the notable designer.
Herbert Kuhner (1935-). Manuscripts, correspondence, audio recordings, and other items from the acclaimed Austrian poet, writer, and translator.
Maxine Kumin (1925-). Manuscripts and correspondence from the beloved poet and children’s author.
W.S. Kuniczak (1930-2000). Manuscripts, correspondence, personal memorabilia, printed materials, audio materials, and photographs from the notable author.
Jack Kuper (1932-). Manuscripts, correspondence, notebooks, professional material, and other items from the prominent author and producer, known for his memoir Child of the Holocaust.
Ed Lacy [Leonard Zinberg] (1911-1968). Manuscripts, correspondence, and other material from the popular and prolific American crime fiction author.
Bruce Ladd (1935-). Manuscripts, research materials, and correspondence from the notable author Ladd.
John Lahr (1941-). Manuscripts, printed material, research material, correspondence, photographs, legal and financial material, scrapbooks, and other items from the notable author.
Derek Lambert (1929-2001). The Derek Lambert collection consists of the manuscript for his novel The Red House (Coward, 1972).
Gavin Lambert (1924-2005). Manuscripts, research material, audio, photographs, printed material, correspondence, and other items from the notable author.
David Lampe (1923-2003). Manuscripts, correspondence, printed materials, legal materials, financial materials, and other items from the notable author.
Ferdinand C. Lane (1885-1984). Manuscripts, correspondence, and printed material from the notable author.
Margaret Lane (1907-1994). The Margaret Lane collection consists of the manuscripts for her novels A Calabash of Diamonds (Duell, Sloan & Pearce, 1961; Heinemann, 1961) and A Smell of Burning (Hamish Hamilton, 1965; Knopf, 1966).
Adria Locke Langley (1899-1983). Correspondence from the notable author.
Jane Langton (1922-). Manuscripts, artwork, correspondence, diaries, photographs, and more from the Newbery Honor winning author and illustrator of children’s literature.
Edwin Lanham (1904-1979). Manuscripts, correspondence, and printed materials from the notable author.
Jeremy Larner (1937-). Manuscripts, correspondence, personal memorabilia, printed materials, professional materials, and research materials from the notable poet, journalist, and screenwriter.
Charles Larson (1922-2006). Manuscripts, correspondence, and other material from the American television writer and producer.
Mary Lavin (1912-1996). Manuscripts, correspondence, and much more from the prominent Irish-American short story writer and novelist.
Josephine Lawrence (1895-1990). Manuscripts, correspondence, and other items from the prolific novelist, known for her focus on the role of class in America.
Robert Layton (1930-). Manuscript from the notable pianist, composer, and musicologist.
J.M.G. Le Clezio (1940-). Drafts from the notable author.
Christopher Leach (1908-2004). Manuscripts from the notable author.
C.Y. Lee (1917-). Manuscripts, correspondence, photographs, and printed material from the notable author.
Christopher Lehmann-Haupt (1934-). Manuscripts, correspondence, printed material, audio recordings, and other items from the notable author and journalist.
James Leigh (1930-2012). Manuscripts from the notable author.
Alan Lelchuk (1938-). Manuscripts, correspondence, and printed materials from the notable author.
John Leonard (1939-2008). Manuscripts, printed material, and correspondence from the notable critic.
John Lescroart (1948-). Manuscripts, correspondence, research, photographs, scrapbooks, and other material from the popular American mystery novelist.
Cecilie Leslie (1908-1988). Manuscripts and research from the English novelist, who set her fiction in India.
Donna Levin (1954- ). Manuscripts, letters, and other writings by the recognized author, editor, teacher, and entrepreneur.
Meyer Levin (1905-1981). An extensive collection of manuscripts, letters, photographs, scrapbooks, and much more from the important American Jewish author, journalist, playwright, and memoirist, known as a chronicler of modern Jewish life and culture.
Edward S. Lewis (1901-1986). Manuscripts, correspondence, and various other documents regarding Lewis's work with the National Urban League and the National Cooperative Education Association.
Roy Harley Lewis (1933-2001). Manuscripts, correspondence, and other material from the noted English author and antiquarian bookseller.
Steven Linakis (1923-1997). Drafts for Linakis's World War II novel In the Spring the War Ended.
Frederick J. Lipp (1916-1995). Manuscripts, correspondence, printed material, research material, and journals from the notable author.
Eleazar Lipsky (1911-1993). Manuscripts, correspondence, personal memorabilia, printed materials, professional materials, legal materials, financial material, film, and diaries and journals from the notable author, playwright, and lawyer.
Clarice Lispector (1920-1977). Manuscript and printed material from the notable author.
Joseph Liss (1911-1988). Manuscripts, correspondence, and other material from the prolific American writer for television, film, radio, and the stage.
Norah Lofts (1904-1983). Manuscripts from the notable author.
Stephen Longstreet (1907-2002). Numerous drawings and sketches from the recognized artist, illustrator, and author.
Stanley Loomis (1922-1972). Manuscripts from this notable author.
Anita Loos (1888-1981). Manuscripts and other items from the eminent American screenwriter, playwright, novelist, and author of Gentlemen Prefer Blondes and Gigi.
Emilie Loring (1866-1951). Manuscripts, correspondence, photographs, and other material from the prolific American romance novelist.
David Loth (1899-1988). Manuscripts, research materials, correspondence, and printed materials from the notable author.
Richard Lourie (1940-). Manuscripts, correspondence, printed materials, research materials, notebooks, audio materials, photographs, financial materials, and legal materials from the notable biographer. Includes biography of A. Sakharov.
Robert Lowry (1919-1994). Manuscripts, correspondence, printed material, artwork, memorabilia, notebooks, photographs, and financial materials from the notable author.
Myles Eric Ludwig (1942-). Manuscripts, printed materials, research materials, correspondence, and photographs from the notable author.
Mary Lutyens (1908-1999). Manuscripts, research materials, correspondence, personal memorabilia, notebooks, photographs, and printed material from the notable author.
Robert (1879-1949) and Sylvia Lynd (1888-1952) Manuscripts, correspondence, and other material from the prominent Irish writers, including letters from Robert Graves, Thomas Hardy, William Butler Yeats, and other literary figures.
James Broom Lynne (1920-1988). Manuscripts, correspondence, and printed materials from the notable author.
Joyce MacIver (1904-1999). Manuscripts and other items from the noted American novelist and playwright.
Alistair MacLean (1922-1987). The Alistair MacLean collection consists of a draft of his novel When Eight Bells Toll (Doubleday, 1966).
Patrick Macrory (1911-1993). Manuscript from the notable author, banker, and businessman.
Rachel Maddux (1912-1983). Manuscripts, correspondence, diaries, personal items, and research from the influential, genre-bending novelist and short story writer.
Russ Madison (1929-). Manuscripts, printed material, and photographs from the notable biographer. Includes biography of Norman Mailer.
Arthur Maling (1923-). Manuscripts, correspondence, printed materials, research materials, professional materials, photographs, and notebooks from the notable author.
Saul Maloff (1922-2001). Manuscripts, correspondence, printed materials and miscellaneous materials from the notable author and literary critic Maloff.
Albert Maltz (1908-1925). Manuscripts, correspondence, photographs, audio recordings, and other material from the acclaimed author and screenwriter.
George Mandel (1920-). The George Mandel collection consists of the manuscript for his short story “The Mutilation of the Tiger Fighter.”
Wolf Mankowitz (1924-1998). Collection of screenplays from the notable writer, playwright and screenwriter.
Jessica Mann (1937-). Manuscripts, correspondence, diaries, photographs, and other items from the noted British mystery novelist and non-fiction writer.
Marya Mannes (1904-1990). Manuscripts, correspondence, diaries, journals, audio, and other material from this influential and prolific novelist, playwright, memoirist, poet, and journalist.
Manuscripts, correspondence, personal memorabilia, printed material, and photographs from the notable author.
William H. Manville (1930-). The William H. Manville collection contains manuscripts for novels, both published and unpublished, correspondence, and printed materials.
Jo-Ann Mapson (1952-). Manuscripts, letters, research, and other material from this popular and acclaimed novelist, known for her writings on life in the contemporary American West.
George Marek (1902-1987). Manuscripts; correspondence; printed material; research material; and photographs from the notable biographer. Includes biography of Cosima Wagner.
Dan J. Marlowe (1914-1987). Manuscripts, correspondence, and other items from the prolific American author of crime fiction.
John Marquand [Marquand-Sedgwick Family] (1893-1982). The Marquand-Sedgwick Family Collection primarily consists of extensive family correspondence spanning several generations. Also present are manuscripts, photographs, printed material, and other items.
Ngaio Marsh (1895-1982). Manuscripts from the acclaimed New Zealander mystery novelist.
Edison Marshall (1894-1967). Manuscripts from the notable author.
David Lozell Martin (1946-). Manuscripts, research material, and other material from the acclaimed American novelist, including his thriller Lie to Me and the speculative novel Facing Rushmore.
Ralph G. Martin (1920-2013). Manuscripts, correspondence, personal memorabilia, printed material, financial material, legal material, research material, audio material, and photographs from the notable author.
Arthur Marx (1921-2011). Manuscripts, correspondence, audio, scrapbooks, photographs, and other material from American author and son of Groucho Marx.
F. van Wyck Mason (1897-1978). Manuscripts, correspondence, and research material from the notable author.
John Masters (1914-1983). Manuscripts, correspondence, research, and other material from the English officer of the British Indian Army, known for his historical novels set in India.
Graham Masterton (1946-). Manuscripts for four horror novels and an anthology, from the popular novelist.
Melissa Mather (1917-2014). Manuscripts, correspondence, and other personal papers from the Vermont author, best known for her memoir Rough Road Home, chronicling her attempt to raise five children (one autistic) alone in 1950s Vermont.
Ana Maria Matute (1926-2014). Manuscripts from the notable author.
Robin Maugham (1916-1981). Manuscripts, correspondence, scrapbooks, diaries, and other material from the popular and prolific British author.
W. Somerset Maugham (1874-1965). Manuscripts, correspondence, and other material from the notable British novelist, short story writer, and playwright.
Maxim Mazumdar (1954-1988). Manuscripts and other material from the notable playwright and director.
Frank McAuliffe (1926-1986). Manuscripts and printed material from the notable author.
James McCague (1909-1977). Manuscripts, correspondence, research, and other material from the noted American novelist and historian.
Monica McCall (1889-1982). Files and papers from the powerful and influential English-American editor and literary agent, including her files on Alice Walker and Muriel Rukeyser (McCall’s longtime partner).
Shaun [Desmond Cory] McCarthy (1928-2001). Manuscripts from the notable author.
Mark McCloskey (1938-2003). Manuscripts, notebooks, printed material, and other items from the notable author and poet.
Helen McCloy (1904-1992). Manuscripts and correspondence from the American mystery novelist best known for her Dr. Basil Willing series.
Robert McClung (1916-2006). The Robert McClung collection contains drafts for Buzztail: The Story of a Rattlesnake (Morrow, 1958). Along with it are original illustrations and a final book jacket.
Wilfred McCormick (1903-1983). The Wilfred McCormick collection primarily consists of manuscripts (drafts) and printed material (proofs) for books by McCormick.
Guy McCrone (1898-1977). The Guy McCrone collection contains the manuscript for his play Edenbrook's Daughter.
Gregory McDonald (1937-). Manuscripts, correspondence, printed material, legal and financial material, photographs, audio and video, and other materials from the notable author.
William McGaffin (1910-1975). Manuscripts, notebooks, scrapbooks, and other material from the American journalist.
William P. McGivern (1922-1982). Manuscripts, correspondence, and other material from the acclaimed American screenwriter and mystery author.
James McGovern (1923-1989). Manuscripts from the notable author.
Arona McHugh (1926-1996). Manuscripts, letters, and other items from the best-selling Boston-based author and teacher.
John McIntosh (1930-1970). Manuscripts and printed material from the notable author.
Robin McKown (1907-1975). Manuscripts, correspondence, and research from the prolific historian and biographer.
Michael McLaverty (1904-1992). Manuscripts from the notable headmaster, and novelist.
Hugh McLeave (1923-2009). Manuscripts, diaries, correspondence, notebooks, and other material from the prolific Scottish author, journalist, and crime correspondent at Scotland yard.
James McNeish (1931- ). Manuscripts, correspondence, research, and other items from the acclaimed New Zealand novelist, playwright, and biographer.
James Lowell McPherson (1921-2008). Manuscripts, correspondence, printed material, and photographs from the notable author.
Anne Sinclair Mehdevi (1947-). Draft and page proofs for Mehdevi's memoir Persia Revisited (Knopf, 1964).
Askold Melnyczuk (1954-). Drafts from the notable author.
George Mendoza (1934- ). Manuscripts, correspondence, research, research, and other items from the prolific American's children's author.
Aubrey Menen (1912-1989). Manuscripts, correspondence, scrapbooks, journals, photographs, and other material from the noted Irish-Indian author, critic, and essayist.
Charles Mercer (1917-1988). The Charles Mercer collection consists of drafts of The Trespassers (1964), Promise Morning (1966), Beyond Bojador (1965), and The Minister (Putnam, 1969).
Thomas Merton (1915-1968). Manuscripts and other items from the legendary American Catholic author, activist, and Trappist monk.
George R. Metcalf (1914-2001). Manuscripts for Metcalf's important histories Up From Within: Today's New Black Leaders, as well as Metcalf's manuscripts and research files for From Little Rock to Boston and Fair Housing Comes of Age.
Don Metz (1940-). Manuscripts from the notable author.
Edith Patterson Meyer (1895-1993). Manuscripts and other items from the award-winning author of biographies and histories for young adults.
Laurence Meynell (1899-1993). Manuscripts from the notable author.
Barbara [Barbara Mertz] Michaels (1927-2013). Manuscripts from the acclaimed American novelist of suspense and mystery, best known for her Amelia Peabody series written under the pseudonym Elizabeth Peters.
Herman Michelson (1897-1976). Manuscripts, correspondence, photographs, and other material from the notable screenwriter.
Merle Miller (1919-1986). Manuscripts, correspondence, and other material from the recognized American author and early spokesman for the gay rights movement.
Sue Miller (1943- ). Manuscripts, correspondence, and other material from the best-selling American novelist.
Yukio Mishima (1925-1970). Manuscripts from the notable Japanese author, playwright, poet, film director, and actor.
Lionel Miskin (1924-2006). A small collection of manuscripts, from the distinguished English artist and educator.
Gwen Moffat (1924-). Manuscripts, correspondence, printed materials, and personal memorabilia from the notable writer.
Ursule Molinaro (1916-2000). Manuscripts and other papers by this prolific and celebrated novelist, playwright, poet, and translator, including her final, unpublished novel.
Derek Monsey (1921-1979). Manuscripts, printed material, personal memorabilia, photographs, tapes, and correspondence from the notable author and screenwriter.
Bruce R. Moody (1933-). Manuscripts, printed material, correspondence, and other materials from the notable author.
Raylyn Moore (1928-2005). Manuscripts, correspondence, notes, and other items from the noted author and editor of fantasy and science fiction.
Robin Moore (1925-2008). Manuscripts, printed material, and financial materials from the notable author.
Ruth Moore (1908-1989). Manuscripts, correspondence, photographs, research, and scrapbooks from the popular science writer and civic activist, known for her writings on evolution.
Ann Moray (1909-1981). The Ann Moray collection includes manuscripts for her novels Dawn Falcon (1974); A Fair Stream of Silver (1965); Gervase (1970); and The Rising of the Lark (1964). Also included is a short fiction work by Ann Kentish.
Berry Morgan (1919-2002). Manuscripts for several short stories by this prolific Mississippi writer, known for her “King’s Town” stories published in The New Yorker and elsewhere.
John David Morley (1948-). Manuscripts, research material, journals and diaries, correspondence, printed material, and photographs from the notable author.
Edita Morris (1902-1988). Manuscripts from this recognized Swedish-American writer, activist, and humanitarian.
Peggy [March Cost] Morrison (1897-1973). Manuscripts, correspondence, printed materials, and photographs from the notable author.
Penelope Mortimer (1918-1999). Manuscripts, notebooks, correspondence, journals and diaries, and printed material from the notable author.
Charles Morton (1899-1967). Manuscripts, correspondence, personal memorabilia, printed materials, legal materials, financial materials, photographs, artwork, journals and diaries, scrapbooks, and other materials from the notable author.
Nicholas Mosley (1923-). Manuscripts, correspondence, printed materials, professional materials, legal and financial materials, photographs, scrapbooks, artwork, and other materials from the notable author.
Frances Mossiker (1906-1985). Manuscripts and other items from this recognized historian, best known for her writings on the history of France.
Patricia Moyes (1923-2000). Manuscripts, printed material, legal material, financial material, photographs, correspondence, and memorabilia from the notable author.
William Mulvihill (1923-2004). Manuscripts and other material from the noted American novelist and educator.
Guy Murchie (1907-1997). Manuscripts, correspondence, personal memorabilia, printed materials, photographs, artwork, journals and diaries, scrapbooks, and other materials from the notable author.
Robert William Murphy (1902-1971). Manuscripts, correspondence, and printed material from the notable author.
Philip Murray (1924-). Manuscripts from the noted poet.
John Myers (1906-1988). The John Meyers collection consists of manuscripts, printed material, scrapbooks, correspondence, and memorabilia.
Anton Myrer (1922-1996). Manuscripts, journals, and printed material from the notable author.
R.K. Narayan (1906-2001). Manuscripts, correspondence, diaries, and many other items from the legendary Indian author.
Rudolf Nassauer (1924-1996). Manuscripts, printed material, notes, correspondence, and other items from the notable author.
Richard Neely (1930-). Manuscripts, correspondence, and printed materials from the notable author.
Truman Nelson (1912-1987). Manuscripts, correspondence, printed materials, research materials, financial materials, film and video, photographs, diaries and journals, notebooks, and other materials from the notable author.
Alison [Edward Candy] Neville (1945-1993). Manuscripts, correspondence, printed materials, professional materials, and diaries and journals from the notable author.
Richard Newcomb (1913-2004). Manuscripts, correspondence, personal memorabilia, printed materials, research materials, film and video, audio materials, and other materials from the notable journalist and historian.
Robert Newman (1909-1988). Manuscripts, correspondence, printed materials, professional materials, legal materials, and other materials from the notable actor.
Lorine Niedecker (1903-1970). Manuscripts and letters from the acclaimed poet, including two unpublished poetry collections.
Philip Nobile (1941-). Manuscripts, correspondence, and printed materials from the notable journalist and author.
Howard Norman (1949-). Manuscripts, correspondence, personal memorabilia, printed materials, professional materials, research materials, film and video materials, audio materials, electronic media materials, subject files, and other materials from the notable writer and educator.
Sterling North (1906-1974). Manuscripts, printed material, and correspondence from the notable author and editor Sterling North.
Alan E. Nourse (1928-1992). Manuscripts, correspondence, research material, and much more from the recognized author of both science fiction and non-fiction.
Alejandro Nunez Alonso (1905-1962). Drafts of novels from the notable author.
Philip O'Connor (1916-1998). Manuscripts, correspondence, printed materials, professional materials, film and video materials, audio materials, photographs, electronic media materials, and other materials from the notable author.
Richard O'Connor (1915-1975). The Richard O’Connor collection consists of a manuscript for his book The Oil Barons (Little, Brown, 1971).
Lillian O'Donnell (1936-2006). Manuscripts, correspondence, photographs, artwork, scrapbooks, and other items from the pioneering American crime novelist known for creating one of fiction’s first female police officers.
Mark O'Donnell (1954-2012). Printed material, correspondence, professional material, video, audio, and other items from the notable American writer and humorist.
Walter O'Meara (1897-1989). Manuscripts, research material, and printed material from the notable author.
Cothburn O'Neal (1907-2001). Manuscripts, correspondence, personal memorabilia, printed materials, photographs, and other materials from the notable author.
Paul Olsen (1933-2001). Manuscripts, correspondence, and other material from the noted American writer and clinical psychologist.
Stanley Olson (1947-1989). Correspondence and material regarding Olson's biography of Elinor Wylie; from the British scholar, biographer, and author.
Rochelle Owens (1936-). Manuscripts, correspondence, photographs, and other items from the trailblazing and influential avant-garde playwright, poet, and short story writer.
Pakenham, Elizabeth [Longford] (1906-2002). Manuscripts and other material from the recognized British historian and biographer.
Bruce Palmer (1932-2014). Manuscripts, correspondence, printed materials, and other items from the notable journalist.
Edgar Pangborn (1909-1976). A substantial collection of manuscripts and more from the award-winning science-fiction novelist and short story writer.
Jack Paritz (1922-1987). Video and audio tapes and scripts of various plays from the notable writer.
Robert B. (1932-2010) and Joan Parker (1933-2013) The Robert B. and Joan H. Parker collection consists of manuscripts, correspondence, audio, video, printed material, professional material, photographs, memorabilia, and other items.
Hugh Parry (1916-1997). Manuscripts, correspondence, and other material from the noted author and sociologist, including Parry's writings on public opinion and propaganda.
The Partisan Review. Correspondence, professional material, and other items regarding The Partisan Review.
Lindsay Patterson (1934-2009). Manuscripts, correspondence, printed materials, and other items from the notable writer.
Richard North Patterson (1947-). The Richard North Patterson collection consists of manuscripts for novels, printed material, correspondence, research material, professional material, and other items.
Barbara Paul (1931-). Manuscripts from the noted American mystery and science fiction novelist.
Lawrence Payne (1919-2009). Manuscripts and printed material from the notable author.
Deborah Saltonstall Pease (1943-2014). Manuscripts, correspondence, and personal papers from the recognized poet, fiction writer, and publisher, including several letters from May Sarton, Dana Gioia, Mary McCarthy, and others.
Rachel Peden (1901-1975). Manuscripts and printed materials from the notable author.
Mario Pei (1901-1975). Manuscripts, printed materials, and other items from the notable Italian-American linguist and author.
Anne Perry (1938-). Manuscripts for several books by the popular Australian novelist of mysteries set in Victorian England.
Ritchie Perry (1942-). Manuscripts and correspondence from the British author of spy and adventure crime fiction.
Fritz Peters (1913-1979). Manuscripts, correspondence, printed materials, and other items from the notable novelist and author.
Virgilia Peterson (1904-1966). Manuscripts, correspondence, photographs, and other material from the revered literary critic and author.
Anne Petry (1908-1997). Manuscripts, correspondence, printed material, photographs, audio recordings, and personal memorabilia from the pioneering African-American writer, including drafts of her novels Country Place and The Narrows, as well as her biography of Harriet Tubman.
Robert Deane Pharr (1916-1992). The Robert Deane Pharr collection consists of the manuscript, setting copy, and galleys of Pharr’s novel The Book of Numbers (Doubleday, 1969).
Bentz Plagemann (1913-1991). The Bentz Plagemann collection includes manuscripts, correspondence, personal memorabilia, printed materials, legal materials, financial materials, photographs, diaries and journals, and other materials.
Kin Platt (1911-2013). Artwork, manuscripts, correspondence, and other material from the prolific artist, illustrator, and author, including several hundred original drawings and some scripts for animated television programs.
Giles Playfair (1910-1996). Manuscripts, correspondence, photographs, journals, notebooks, and other material from the noted English scholar, author, and prison reform advocate.
Elizabeth Plessen (1944- ). Manuscripts, notes, audio recordings, and other material from the prominent German author and translator.
Jack Poggi (1928-). The Jack Poggi collection includes manuscripts, correspondence, personal memorabilia, printed materials, financial materials, audio materials, diaries and journals, and subject files.
Carlene Polite (1932-2009). Drafts and notebooks by the African-American writer, for her groundbreaking and influential novel The Flagellants.
Madeleine Polland (1918-). Manuscripts, correspondence, and other items from the popular and prolific Irish author of historical children’s fiction.
Miggs Pomeroy (1923-1995). Manuscripts for Pomeroy's memoir of her travels through the Sahara desert, as well as a novel.
Darryl Ponicsan (1938-). The Darryl Ponicsan collection primarily consists of manuscripts and other items regarding his novels.
Maurice Pons (1927-). Manuscripts and printed material from the notable author.
Zelda Popkin (1898-1993). Manuscripts, correspondence, personal papers, and other material from the popular and acclaimed writer, including manuscripts and other documents regarding her novels Small Victory (one of the earliest American novels to address the Holocaust) and Quiet Street (the first American novel dealing with the 1948 founding of Israel).
Nancy A.J. Potter (1926-). Manuscripts and other material from the critically esteemed short story writer.
Eugenia Price (1916-1996). Manuscripts, correspondence, datebooks, photographs, memorabilia, and more from the author of acclaimed historical fiction set in the American South.
Allan Prior (1922-2006). Manuscripts, correspondence, audio and video recordings, scrapbooks, photographs, and other material from the prolific and award-winning English author of novels, teleplays, screenplays, radio plays, and more.
Suzanne Prou (1920-1995). Manuscripts from the notable author.
Sterling Quinlan The Sterling Quinlan collection includes manuscripts, correspondence, printed materials, research materials, audio materials, and other materials.
Gregory Rabassa (1922-2016). Manuscripts, correspondence, printed materials, and subject files from the notable author and poet.
Anna Rabinowitz (1933- ). Manuscripts, correspondence, audio recordings, and other items from the recognized American poet, librettist and editor.
Eugene Rachlis (1920-1986). Manuscripts, correspondence, research material, and printed material from this notable author.
Alec Rackowe (1897-1991). Manuscripts, correspondence, printed material, and other items from the notable author.
Dotson Rader (1942-). Manuscripts and other material from the notable author.
Frank Rahill (1897-1985). Proofs of the work The World of Melodrama, from the notable critic and author Rahill.
Santha Rama Rau (1923-2009). Manuscripts, correspondence, printed material, personal memorabilia, professional material, research material, audio material, and photographs from the notable writer.
Alexander Ramati (1921-2006). Manuscripts and correspondence from this notable screenwriter.
Bob Randall (1937-1995). Manuscript from the notable author.
Florence Engel Randall (1917-1997). Manuscripts from the noted author of gothic suspense and horror, including her popular novel The Watcher in the WoodsThe Place of Sapphires, Haldane Station, and others.
Ernest Raymond (1888-1974). The Ernest Raymond collection primarily consists of manuscripts, correspondence, research material, printed material, scrapbooks, and personal memorabilia.
Thomas B. Reagan (1916-1992). Manuscripts, correspondence, and other items from the American author of crime fiction.
John Rechy (1934-). Manuscripts, printed material, correspondence, photographs, and other items from the notable Mexican-American novelist, essayist, and literary critic.
David Reed (1946-). Printed material and research material from the notable journalist.
Douglas [Alexander Kent] Reeman (1923-). Manuscripts and printed material from the notable author.
Seymour Reit (1918-2001). The Seymour Reit collection consists of printed material, research material, photographs, manuscripts, correspondence, financial material, and memorabilia.
Mary [Eileen Mary Challens] Renault (1905-1983). Manuscripts for several novels by the prominent English writer, known for her historical novels set in ancient Greece.
Paul R. Reynolds (1904-1988). Manuscripts and correspondence from the notable literary agent.
Harold U. Ribalow (1919-1982). Manuscripts, printed materials, photographs, and correspondence from the notable journalist and author Ribalow.
Desmond Charles Rice (1924-). Manuscripts and correspondence from the notable author and journalist.
Vokes Richardson (1924-2014). Manuscripts from the notable author.
Donald Richie (1924-). Manuscripts, printed material, and professional material from the notable author.
Conrad Richter (1890-1968). The Conrad Richter collection consists of manuscripts, correspondence, printed material, and other items.
Shepard Rifkin (1918-). The Shepard Rifkin collection includes manuscripts, correspondence, professional material, printed material, research material, journals, personal memorabilia, photographs, audio, and legal and financial material.
Ray Rigby (1916-1998). The Ray Rigby collection consists of manuscripts, notebooks, and audio material.
John R. Riggs (1945-). Manuscripts from the notable author.
Wolf Rilla (1920-2005). Manuscripts, journals and diaries, research materials, correspondence, photographs, audio material, legal and financial material, and printed material from the notable writer.
Robert H. Rimmer (1917-2001). The Robert Rimmer collection consists of manuscripts, correspondence, research material, printed material, and other items.
Paul Roazen (1936-2005). Manuscripts, correspondence, research, and other material from the prominent historian of psychoanalysis.
Harold Robbins (1916-1997). Manuscripts and other items from the notable author.
Natalie Robins (1938-). Manuscripts, correspondence, research material, and other material from the recognized poet, historian, and memoirist.
Budd Robinson (1915-1999). The Budd Robinson Collection consists of manuscripts, printed materials, and correspondence.
Jill Robinson (1936-). Manuscripts and correspondence from the acclaimed novelist and memoirist, including Past Forgetting, her account of amnesia.
Joan Rockwell (1918-2002). Manuscripts, correspondence, and other material from the noted British sociologist and literary critic
William H. Rodgers (1913-1997). Manuscripts, correspondence, research, audio, photographs, diaries, and other material from the American journalist and author.
Elizabeth Roget (1900-1990). Manuscripts and correspondence from this novelist and translator, including her translation of the journals of Jules Renard (co-written with poet Louise Bogan).
Daphne Rooke (1914-2009). Manuscripts, printed material, notebooks, and photographs from the notable authors.
Norma Rosen (1925-). Manuscripts from the popular novelist, known for her poignant portraits of American Jewish women.
Harry Roskolenko (1907-1980). Manuscripts, correspondence, photographs, journals, research, audio and video recordings, and other material from the noted American poet, novelist, and travel writer.
Hugh Williamson Ross (1901-1978). Manuscripts, printed material, and correspondence from the notable historian and dramatist.
W.E. Dan Ross (1912-1995). Manuscripts and correspondence from the prolific author, including several works of horror and suspense.
John [Johnathon Ross] Rossiter (1916-).The John Rossiter collection consists of manuscripts, correspondence, printed material, research material, legal and financial material, photographs, and audio material.
Judith Rossner (1935-2005). Manuscripts, notebooks, correspondence research, and personal papers from the acclaimed writer, including several unpublished works.
Henry Roth (1906-1995). Manuscripts, correspondence, printed material, professional material, and other items from the notable novelist and short story writer.
Sylvia Rothchild (1923-2009). Manuscripts and other items from the prominent writer and commentator on the Jewish experience in America.
David G. Rubin (1924-2008). Manuscripts and other material from the American-born novelist, translator, and authority on the literature of India.
Michael Rubin (1935-1989). Manuscripts, correspondence, and other material from the noted American author.
Theodore Isaac Rubin (1923-). Manuscripts and correspondence from the notable author and psychiatrist.
A.J. Russell (1915-1999). Manuscripts and correspondence from the recognized author and longtime scriptwriter for the television series General Hospital and All My Children.
Francis Russell (1910-1989). Manuscripts, correspondence, printed material, and research materials from the notable author.
Mary Doria Russell (1950-). Manuscripts, correspondence, research, photographs, and other material from the critically lauded novelist and paleoanthropologist.
William L. Ryan (1911-1988). Research, correspondence, audio, and other items from the prominent American foreign correspondent.
John Sack (1930-2004). Manuscripts, correspondence, notebooks, research material, photographs, audio and video recordings, and other material from the groundbreaking journalist and author, including extensive material regarding his Vietnam chronicle M (1967), as well as U.S. Army Lieutenant William Calley and the My Lai Massacre.
Nyantara Sahgal (1927-). Manuscripts, correspondence, photographs, and other items from the groundbreaking novelist, memoirist, and political activist.
Peter Lars Sandberg (1934-). The Peter Lars Sandberg collection includes manuscripts, printed materials, correspondence, personal memorabilia, professional materials, and photographs.
Helga Sandburg (1918-2014). Manuscripts, correspondence, and other material from the prolific novelist, memoirist, poet, children’s author, and daughter of Carl Sandburg.
Joan Sanders (1924-1993). Manuscripts, correspondence, photographs, artwork, notebooks, and other material from the acclaimed American novelist.
Paul Sann (1914-1986). Manuscripts, printed material, financial material, photographs, scrapbooks, legal material, memorabilia, audio, and other material from the notable author.
Aram Saroyan (1943-). Manuscripts, correspondence, audio recordings, diaries, and other items from the American poet and author.
William Saroyan (1908-1981). Manuscripts, correspondence, and printed material from the notable American dramatist and author.
May Sarton (1912-1995). Manuscript drafts of several poems, as well as some correspondence from the revered poet, author, lecturer, diarist, and essayist.
Siegfried Sassoon (1886-1967). Several letters from the great English poet, known for his poetry regarding World War I.
Carol Clough Saylor (1929-). Manuscripts for her novels The Equinox: A Novel of Rome in the Time of Commodus (1966) and God in the Dust, both published by J.B. Lippincott.
Francis Scarfe (1911-1986). Manuscripts and correspondence, including letters from Henry Steele Commager, Cyril Connolly, T. S. Eliot, Robert McClellan, Herbert Read, Laura Riding, Stephen Spender, Ruthven Todd, and several others.
Susan Fromberg Schaeffer (1941-2011). Manuscripts, notebooks, diaries, correspondence, and other material from the acclaimed novelist, poet, and educator.
Ruth Lisa Schechter (1927-1989). Manuscript drafts of several poems, as well as some correspondence from the revered poet, author, lecturer, diarist, and essayist.
Edmund Schiddel (1909-1982). The Edmund Schiddel collection consists of manuscripts, correspondence, and personal and professional materials
Oscar Schisgall (1901-1984). The Oscar Schisgall collection consists mainly of manuscripts, correspondences, and numerous printed versions of short stories and articles written for various magazine and journals.
Stephen Schneck (1933-1996). Manuscripts and printed material from the notable author.
Walter (1927-2009) and Miriam Schneir (1922-) Manuscripts from the distinguished historian, including her works on the Rosenberg Case and the history of feminism.
Shirley Schoonover (1936-2004). Manuscripts and correspondence from the recognized novelist, short story writer, and critic, including some unpublished works.
Webster Schott (1927-). Manuscripts and correspondence from the recognized poet, critic, and editor.
Preston Schoyer (1911-1978). Manuscripts, correspondences, and various research material from the notable journalist and author.
Jonathan Schwartz (1938-). Manuscripts, printed material, and correspondence from the notable radio personality.
Moacyr Scliar (1937-). Manuscript from the notable Brazilian author.
Justin Scott (1944- ). Manuscripts, correspondence, diaries and travel logs, and other material from the popular American mystery and thriller novelist.
Natalie Anderson Scott (1906-1983). Manuscripts, printed items, and other material from the Ukranian-American novelist.
Allan Seager (1906-1985). Manuscripts from the notable novelist and short-story writer.
Elizabeth Seifert (1897-1983). Manuscripts and correspondence from the American author best known for her realistic novels about the lives of doctors.
Shirley Seifert (1888-1971). Manuscripts from the distinguished American historical novelist.
Claude Seignolle (1917-). The Claude Seignolle collection consists of manuscripts, correspondences, book reviews, photographs and other printed materials relating to the work of this French author.
Leslie Seldon-Truss (1892-1990). Manuscripts from the notable writer.
Mauro Senesi (1931-). Manuscripts and correspondence from the prominent Italian author.
Richard Sennett (1943-). The Richard Sennett collection includes manuscripts, professional material, research material, correspondence, and printed material.
Mary Lee Settle (1918-2005). Manuscripts, correspondence, research, audio, video, and other material from the award-winning novelist and author of the acclaimed “Beulah Quintet” series.
Elizabeth Sewell (1919-2001). Manuscripts, correspondence, research, diaries, audio, and other material from the distinguished and prolific poet, novelist, scholar, and critic.
Anne Sexton (1928-1974). Manuscripts for several short works by the great American poet.
Irwin Shaw (1913-1984). The Irwin Shaw collection consists of manuscripts, printed material, correspondence, and photographs.
Margaret Shedd (1900-1986). Manuscripts, notes, correspondence, photographs, and other material from the novelist, translator, and founder of the Centro Mexicano de Escritores, for Mexican and American writers.
Wilfrid Sheed (1930-2011). The Wilfrid Sheed collection includes manuscripts, printed material, correspondence, and other items.
John Sherlock (1932-). Manuscripts, correspondence, printed material, and other items from the notable screenwriter.
D.R. Sherman (1934-). Drafts of novels from this notable author.
Dan Sherman (1950-). The Dan Sherman collection consists of drafts of Sherman’s novels Dynasty of Spies (1980), The Mole (1977), The Man Who Loved Mata Hari (1985) and The Traitor (1987).
Jane Shore (1947-). Manuscripts, correspondence, audio recordings, and much more from the acclaimed poet and educator.
Earl Shorris (1936-). The Earl Shorris collection consists of a single draft of his novel Ofay (1966) with notes and corrections.
Pierre Sichel (1915-2004). The Pierre Sichel collection consists of manuscripts, printed material, correspondence, and photographs.
Charles Silberman (1925-2011). Manuscripts, printed material, correspondence, and research material from the notable journalist and author.
Johannes Mario Simmel (1924-2009). The Johannes Mario Simmel collection consists of manuscripts, correspondence, printed material, photographs, professional material, financial and legal documents, and other material.
Jo [Ruth Seid] Sinclair (1913-1995). Manuscripts, correspondence, scrapbooks, and other items from the recognized novelist, known for her writings on race relations and immigrants.
Kurt (1911-2005) and Jane Singer (1917-1985) The Kurt and Jane Singer collection consists of manuscripts, printed material, correspondence, and other various business material.
Curt Siodmak (1902-2000). Manuscripts, correspondence, and many other items, from the German author of The Wolf Man, Donovan's Brain, and more.
Edith Sitwell (1887-1964). Correspondence and some manuscripts from the influential avant-garde poet, memoirist, and critic.
Osbert Sitwell (1892-1969). Manuscripts and correspondence from the English poet and playwright, including letters from T. S. Eliot, Robert Graves, Wilfred Owen, Virginia Woolf, George Bernard Shaw, and other literary figures.
Sacheverell Sitwell (1897-1988). Manuscripts, correspondence, notebooks, a diary, and other items from the English poet, critic, and memoirist.
Richard Dana Skinner (1893-1941). Correspondence, manuscripts, and other material from the noted American journalist, author, critic, and economist.
Frank Slaughter (1908-2001). The Frank Slaughter collection consists of manuscripts, research material, correspondence, and printed material.
Marc Slonim (1894-1976). Manuscripts, correspondence, printed material, financial and legal documents, scrapbooks, personal memorabilia, and audio from the notable critic.
Dodie [Dorothy Gladys Smith] Smith (1896-1990). Manuscripts, journals, diaries, correspondence, photographs, and other material from the prominent novelist, playwright, and screenwriter, including her novels I Capture the Castle and 101 Dalmatians.
Robert Paul Smith (1915-1977). The Robert Paul Smith collection consists of manuscripts, correspondence, printed material, legal and financial documents, and other material.
Terrence Lore Smith (1942-1988). Manuscripts and other material from the recognized American mystery novelist.
Vian Smith (1948-1971). The Vian Smith collection consists of manuscripts, printed material, and correspondence.
Paul Smyth (1944-2006). Manuscripts, correspondence, photographs, and other material from the recognized American poet, author, and teacher.
Donald C. Snow (1917-1979). Manuscripts, printed material, research material, and illustrations by others for Snow's novels.
Edward Rowe Snowe (1902-1982). The Edward Rowe Snow collection includes manuscripts, subject files, correspondence, and photographs.
Barbara Probst Solomon (1928-). Manuscripts and correspondence from the prominent novelist, translator, essayist, and editor.
Florence Jane Soman (1906-2002). Manuscripts, correspondence, and other material from the acclaimed novelist and short fiction writer.
Scott Sommer (1951-2003). Manuscripts, correspondence, and other items from the noted American novelist and screenwriter.
Virginia Sorensen (1912-1991). Manuscripts, correspondence, diaries, and research from the Newberry Award-winning author, known for her writings on the LDS (Mormon) Church.
Peter Sourian (1933-). Manuscripts and other items from the noted journalist and author, including several of his columns on television for The Nation magazine.
Robert Speaight (1904-1976). Manuscripts, printed material, and both personal and professional correspondences from the notable writer and actor.
Leonard Spigelgass (1908-1995). Manuscripts, correspondence, printed material, and other items from the notable film producer and screenwriter.
Marcos Spinelli (1904-1970). Manuscripts, correspondence, and other items from the noted Brazilian novelist and short story writer.
Margaret A. Stanger (1896-1980). Proofs for her classic novel That Quail, Robert.
Reginald T. Staples (1911-2005). Materials in the Reginald Staples collection consists of manuscripts, correspondence, photographs, audio recordings, and printed material.
Roland Starke (1960-2007). Manuscripts and other material from the South African author, including several television scripts and treatments.
Marion Starkey (1901-1991). Manuscripts, correspondence, research, scrapbooks, photographs, and other material from the noted historian of colonial America.
Christina Stead (1902-1983). Manuscript and correspondence from the notable author.
Jess Stearn (1914-2002). Drafts from the notable journalist and author.
Leslie Stephan (1933-). The Leslie Stephan collection includes manuscripts, printed material, correspondence, and legal documents.
Daniel Stern (1928-2006). The Daniel Stern collection consists of manuscripts, printed material, and correspondence.
G.B. Stern (1890-1973). The G.B. Stern collection includes manuscripts, printed material, correspondence, and other items.
Richard Martin Stern (1915-2001). Manuscripts, correspondence, and other material from the award-winning American mystery and thriller novelist.
Rick Sterry (1938-). The Rick Sterry collection consists of manuscripts, printed material, correspondence, and other material.
Shane Stevens (1941-2007). The Shane Stevens collection consists of manuscripts, printed material, correspondence, and other material.
D.E. Stevenson (1892-1973). The D.E. Stevenson collection includes manuscripts, printed material, correspondence, and photographs.
Samuel M. Steward (1909-1993). Manuscripts, correspondence, and printed material from the notable poet and novelist.
Ramona Stewart (1922-2006). Manuscripts, correspondence, photographs, and other material from the noted American novelist.
Grace Zaring Stone (1896-1977). Notebooks and manuscripts from the American novelist.
Naomi Burton Stone (1911-2004). The Naomi Burton Stone collection consists of manuscripts, correspondence, and other material.
Joyce Stranger (1921-2007). Manuscripts and correspondence from the prolific author, known for her writings on the theme of humanity’s relationship with animals.
John Strawson (1921-). Manuscripts from the notable General.
Lucien Stryk (1924-). The Lucien Stryk collection consists of manuscripts, correspondence, printed material, and photographs.
Jean Stubbs (1926-2012). The Jean Stubbs collection includes manuscripts, printed material, and correspondence.
Margaret Summerton The collection of materials belonging to this American author consists of publisher's copies of the novels Ring of Mischief (1965) and Quin's Hide (1964).
William Surface (1935-1979). Manuscript material, correspondences, printed material, and other material from the notable journalist and author.
Shirley Suttles (1934-). Manuscripts and correspondence from the novelist, short story writer, television writer, and memoirist.
Lois Swann (1944-). Manuscripts, correspondence, diaries, photographs, and other material from the talented poet and novelist known for her historical fiction set in New England.
Edward Swift (1943-). The Edward Swift collection consists of manuscripts, correspondence, printed material, professional material, journals, research material, photographs, audio and legal materials, and personal memorabilia.
Madge Swindells Manuscripts, correspondence, printed material, professional material, and scrapbooks from the notable author.
Herbert Bayard Swope (1882-1958). Correspondence, subject files, photographs, printed items, albums, diaries, and financial records from the notable editor and journalist.
Tad Szulc (1926-2001). Manuscripts, correspondence, notebooks, research material, photographs, and many other items from the prominent journalist and author of several books, including Compulsive Spy: The Strange Career of E. Howard Hunt.
Gladys Taber (1899-1980). Manuscripts, correspondence, and photographs from the prolific novelist, memoirist, and essayist, known for her writings on life in New England.
Michael Talbot (1937-). Manuscripts, correspondence, printed material, personal memorabilia, and financial material from the notable writer.
Edward Everett III [Patrick Dennis] Tanner (1921-1976). Manuscripts from the notable author.
Ronald Tavel (1940-2009). Manuscripts, printed material, and photographs from the notable screenwriter, director, poet and novelist.
Andrew Taylor (1951-). The Andrew Taylor collection includes manuscripts, correspondence, printed materials, subject files, notebooks, and a journal.
Bernard Taylor (1934-). Manuscripts, photographs, and other items from the noted British author of horror and suspense.
Phoebe Atwood Taylor (1909-1976). Manuscripts, correspondence, artwork, memorabilia, and other material from the humorous New England mystery novelist known for creating Asey Mayo, the "Codfish Sherlock."
Walter Teller (1910-1993). The Walter Teller collection consists of manuscripts, correspondence, printed material, professional material, research material, photographs, notebooks and journals, and miscellaneous material.
Willard Temple (1912-1982). Manuscripts and other items regarding Temple's book The Drip-Dried Tourist, from the American author.
Robert Terrall (1914-2009). The Robert Terrall collection consist of manuscripts, correspondence, personal memorabilia printed material, professional material, research material, legal material, financial material, photographs, and notebooks.
Elswyth Thane (1900-1984). Manuscripts, correspondence, research, notebooks, photographs, diaries, and other material from the prolific author of historical fiction, biography, and history.
Nancy Thayer (1943-). Manuscripts, correspondence, and other material from the popular and acclaimed novelist, known for her portrayals of women’s lives.
Donald Thomas (1935-). Manuscripts, correspondence, printed materials, professional materials, research materials, film and video, audio materials, photographs, electronic media, and miscellaneous other materials. Thomas's manuscripts include drafts,, alternative chapters, and outlines of his books (fiction and nonfiction), edited works, short stories, teleplays, radio plays, and other short pieces., Examples include: Jekyll, Alias Hyde (1988); The Ripper's Apprentice (1989); The Raising of Lizzie Meek (1993); Dead Giveaway: Murder Avenged from the Grave (1993); The Arrest of Scotland Yard (1993); The Secret Cases of Sherlock Holmes (1998).
Peter Thomas (1928-1997). Manuscripts, correspondence, photographs, audio recordings, and other items from the poet and translator, known for his work tutoring, translating, and promoting the work of poets from Nigeria.
Ernest Thompson (1949-). Manuscripts, correspondence, personal memorabilia, printed materials, professional materials, legal materials, financial materials, audio materials, photographs, artwork, journals, notebooks, scrapbooks, and miscellaneous other items from the notable writer, actor and director.
Newton F. Tolman (1908-1996). Manuscripts, correspondence, printed material, photographs, and notebooks from the notable author and journalist.
Roland Topor (1938-1997). The Roland Topor collection consists of the manuscript for his novel Le Locataire Chimerique (Editions Buchet / Chastel, 1964), as well as seven pieces of correspondence from publishers rejecting the book (1963-1964).
Don Tracy (1905-1979). The Don Tracy collection consists of manuscripts, scrapbooks, and printed material.
Shepard Traube (1907-1983). Manuscripts, correspondence, photographs, audio, scrapbooks, and other items from the prominent theatrical director and producer.
Robert J. Travers (1911-1974). Manuscripts from the notable author.
Janice Law Trecker (1941-). Manuscripts of novels, nonfiction, short stories, and articles from the pioneering mystery novelist known for her Anna Peters novels, one of the first series to feature a female detective.
Elizabeth Borton de Trevino (1904-2001). Manuscripts, correspondence, and other material from the American author, including her memoirs of marrying into a traditional Mexican family in the 1930s.
Elleston (1920-1995) and Jonquil Trevor (1917-1996) The Elleston and Jonquil Trevor collection consists of manuscripts, photographs, notebooks, personal memorabilia, printed materials, correspondence, and legal material.
George W.S. Trow (1943-2006). Manuscripts, correspondence, audio recordings, photographs, memorabilia, and other items from the recognized author and critic, including his influential essay Within the Context of No Context and his memoir/essay My Pilgrim's Progress: Media Studies, 1950-1998.
Rhoda Truax (1901-2000). Manuscripts, correspondence, and photographs from the historian of the medical profession, known for her book The Doctors Warren of Boston.
Thomas Tryon (1926-1991). Manuscripts, correspondence, artwork, and other items from the prominent New England novelist, including his popular horror novels The Other and Harvest Home.
Niccolo Tucci (1908-1999). Extensive correspondence as well as manuscripts and other items from the prolific and renowned author.
James Tucker (1929-). Manuscripts, printed material, and correspondence from the notable author.
John Tunis (1889-1975). The John Tunis collection consists of manuscripts, correspondence, printed material, scrapbooks, financial material, diaries, photographs, and memorabilia.
Frank Tuohy (1925-1999). The Frank Tuohy collection consists of manuscripts, notebooks, correspondence, scrapbooks, diaries and journals, and photographs.
Saul Turell (1921-1986). Manuscripts, correspondence, professional material, printed material, legal material, film reels, and other material from the notable producer.
Agnes Sligh Turnbull (1888-1982). Manuscripts, notebooks, correspondence, and other items from the popular and prolific novelist.
Steven Turner (1923-1992). The Steven Turner collection consists of manuscripts, printed material, professional material, photographs and correspondence.
Luisa Valenzuela (1938-). Manuscripts and notebooks from the notable novelist and short-story writer.
Henry Van Dyke (1928-2011). Manuscripts from the notable author.
John Holbrook [Jack Vance] Vance (1916-2013). A large collection of manuscripts and correspondence from one of the grand masters of American science fiction and fantasy.
Vassilis Vassilikos (1933-). The Vassilis Vassilikos collection consists of manuscripts, correspondence, printed material, financial material, legal material, and other items. Most of the material in this collection is in the Greek language.
Peter Viertel (1920-2007). Manuscripts for three novels and a screenplay, from the distinguished author and journalist.
Arturo Vivante (1923-2008). Manuscripts from the Italian poet and short story writer.
Edward Wagenknecht (1900-2004). Manuscripts, professional material, printed material, correspondence, scrapbooks, and other items. Manuscripts include: Longfellow: A Full-Length Portrait (Longmans, Green, 1955); Edgar Allan Poe: The Man Behind the Legend (Oxford University Press, 1963) and others.
Eliot Wagner (1917-2009). Manuscripts and correspondence from the notable writer.
Geoffrey Wagner (1927-). The Geoffrey Wagner collection consists of manuscripts, correspondence, research material, printed material, and other items.
Irving Wallace (1916-1990). The Irving Wallace collection consist of manuscripts, printed material, correspondence, photographs.
Erica Wallach (1923-1993). Manuscripts, correspondence, and other material from the noted German author and Soviet political prisoner
Leslie Waller (1928-2007). Manuscripts, correspondence, printed material, audio material, and photographs. Manuscripts include: Show Me the Way (1947), The Bed She Made (1951), The Witching Night (1951), Lie Like a Lady (1955) and more.
Hugh Walpole (1884-1941). Correspondence, manuscripts, and other items from this notable novelist and author.
Dorothy Blake Walter [Katherine Walter] (1908-1999). Numerous manuscripts by the popular and prolific American author and educator.
Mary Jane Ward (1905-1981). Manuscripts, scrapbooks, correspondence, and other material from the prolific novelist, best-known for The Snake Pit, her autobiographical memoir of mental illness and institutionalization; also included is the manuscript for her final, unpublished novel.
Esther Warner (1910-2002). The Esther Warner collection consists of printed material, correspondence, memorabilia, and financial material.
Rosanna Warren (1953-). Manuscripts for the anthology The Art of Translation, edited by Warren, presenting outstanding guest presentations at the Boston University Translation Seminar.
Richard M. Watt (1930-2015). Manuscripts, correspondence, printed material, research material, and audio material from the notable author.
Hillary Waugh (1920-2008). The Hillary Waugh collection includes manuscripts, correspondence, and awards.
William J. Weatherby (1930-1992). The William J. Weatherby collection consists of manuscripts and correspondence.
Afaa Michael Weaver (1951-). An extensive collection of manuscripts, notebooks, correspondence, printed material, photographs, professional material, and other material from the acclaimed African-American poet, writer, and educator. Partially restricted.
Gordon Weaver (1937-). Manuscripts, correspondence, audio recordings, photographs, memorabilia, and much more, from the recognized poet, novelist, and short story writer.
Charles Webb (1939-). The Charles Webb collection consists of manuscripts, printed material, legal material, correspondence, photographs, and other items.
Frances Shelley Wees (1902-1982). The Frances Shelley Wees collection consists of manuscripts, printed material, photographs, correspondence, and scrapbooks.
Irving Weinman (1937-). The Irving Weinman collection consists of manuscripts, correspondence, printed material, photographs, and financial material.
Galbraith Welch (1919-). The Galbraith Welch collection consists of drafts, galleys, and other material regarding Welch's book Africa Before They Came (William Morrow and Co., 1965)
Paul I. Wellman (1898-1966). Material from the American journalist and popular historian of the American West.
H.G. Wells (1866-1946). Manuscripts, correspondence, and other material from the legendary English author, including manuscripts for The Plattner Story (1897) and The Autocracy of Mr. Parham (1929).
Lael Tucker Wertenbaker (1909-1997). The Lael Tucker Wertenbaker collection includes book and television script manuscript material, as well as professional correspondence related to these specific projects.
Mary Wesley (1912-2002). The Mary Wesley collection consists of manuscripts, correspondence, professional material, printed material, photographs, audio recordings, and other material.
Dorothy West (1907-1998). Correspondence and photographs from the prominent African-American writer and important contributor to the Harlem Renaissance. The papers include letters from Countee Cullen, Langston Hughes and Zora Neale Hurston; also present is a short manuscript by Countee Cullen.
Elliott West (1924-2003). Manuscripts and printed material from the notable author.
Jan Westcott (1912-). Manuscripts, correspondence, and other materials from this American historical romance novelist.
Donald E. Westlake (1933-2008). Manuscripts, correspondence, research, and other material from the popular and influential American master of crime fiction.
Christine Weston (1904-1989). Indian-born, American fiction writer. Collection includes correspondence regarding Indigo, Weston’s acclaimed novel about life in India.
William Wetmore (1930-2015). Manuscripts and correspondence from the notable author.
Donald Wetzel (1921-2007). The Donald Wetzel collection consists of manuscripts, correspondence, financial material, printed material, legal material, and other items.
Keith Wheeler (1911-1994). Manuscripts, correspondence, printed material, and other items from the notable American author.
Hilda White (1917-2012). Manuscripts, correspondence, journals, photographs, and other items from the American poet and novelist.
Jon Manchip White (1924-2013). Manuscripts and correspondence from the notable author.
Nelia Gardner White (1894-1957). Manuscripts, correspondence, scrapbooks, and other material from the popular and prolific novelist and short story writer.
Robin White (1928-2010). The Robin White collection consists of manuscripts, correspondence, printed material, and photographs.
Arch Whitehouse (1895-1979). Manuscripts and notebooks from the notable author and journalist.
Lancelot Law Whyte (1896-1972). Manuscripts, printed material, diaries and journals, correspondence, photographs, and audio material from the notable author.
Jan Wiener (1920-). Manuscripts, correspondence, and audio material from the notable actor.
Elie Wiesel (1928-2016). A large collection of manuscripts, correspondence, printed material, research material, photographs, video recordings, audio recordings, memorabilia, and other items from the Nobel Peace Prize-winning author, memoirist, and human rights advocate.
Stella Wilchek (1920-). Manuscripts and printed material from the notable author.
Robert Wilder (1901-1974). The Robert Wilder collection consists of manuscripts, printed material, and photographs.
Charles Willeford (1919-1988). Manuscripts and video material from the notable writer.
David Williams (1926-). Manuscripts, diaries, correspondence, notes, and other items from the recognized Welsh mystery novelist and veteran advertising executive.
Grant Williams (1930-1985). Photographs, printed material, manuscripts, memorabilia, diaries and journals, legal material, and financial material from the notable actor.
Jay Williams (1914-1978). Manuscripts, correspondence, and much more from the popular author of the long-running Danny Dunn science fiction series.
Mona Williams (1916-1991). Manuscript for her novel Year of the Lion, as well as notes toward a novel about the first female U.S. president.
Wirt Williams (1921-1986). The Wirt Williams collection consists of manuscripts, correspondence, notebooks, and printed material.
Ted Willis (1918-1992). Manuscripts, printed material, correspondence, photographs, scrapbooks, research material, memorabilia, and financial material from the notable playwright, screenwriter, and novelist.
Carter Wilson (1941-). Manuscripts and correspondence from the notable author.
Mitchell Wilson (1913-1973). The Mitchell Wilson collection consists of manuscripts, printed material, research material, photographs, and correspondence.
Sloan Wilson (1920-2003). Manuscripts from the notable author.
Anne Wingate (1943-). Manuscripts, correspondence, and other materials from the popular American mystery novelist, who also wrote under the pseudonyms Martha G. Webb and Lee Martin.
Paul Winterton (1908-2001). The Paul Winterton collection consists of manuscripts, printed material, correspondence, diaries and notebooks, and photographs.
Frances Winwar (1900-1985). Manuscripts, research, correspondence, and photographs from the acclaimed Italian-American biographer, novelist, and critic.
William Wise (1923-2012). Manuscripts, correspondence, printed material, professional material, personal memorabilia and other material. Wise's manuscripts include novels, children's books, short stories, non-fiction, poetry, and teleplays.
Thomas Wiseman (1931-). Manuscripts and printed materials from the notable author.
Linda Wolfe (1935-). Manuscripts, correspondence, research, and other items from the prominent investigative writer, known for her books on infamous crimes.
Ruth Wolff (1909?-1972). Manuscripts for Wolff’s novel The Space Between.
Hugo Wolfram (1925-). Manuscripts from the notable author.
Hugo Wolfson (1910-1990). Manuscripts, correspondence, printed material, and memorabilia from the notable director, producer, writer, dramatist, and actor.
Martin Woodhouse (1932-). The Martin Woodhouse collection consists of manuscripts and printed material. Manuscripts include drafts of Woodhouse’s novels Phil & Me (1970) and Blue Bone (1973). Printed material consists of galleys of Woodhouse’s novels Phil & Me (1970), Mama Doll (1972), and Blue Bone(1973).
William (1917-2003) and Joanna Woolfolk (1940-) Manuscripts from the American writer and astrologist, including The Great American Birth Rite, an expose of the commercialization of modern pregnancy and birth.
Alexander Woollcott (1887-1943). The Alexander Woollcott collection consists of correspondence, photographs, and other items.
Constance Wright (1897-1987). Manuscripts, notebooks, correspondence, diaries, and other material from the noted American novelist and biographer.
Franz Wright (1953-2012). Manuscripts, correspondence, notebooks, and other items from the Pulitzer Prize-winning poet.
James Wylie (1938-). Manuscripts from the notable author.
Max Wylie (1904-1975). Manuscripts, correspondence, photographs, and more from the noted author, including drafts of his influential book Writing for Television.
Oswald Wynd (1913-1998). Manuscripts and correspondence from the notable writer.
Elizabeth Yates (1905-2001). Manuscripts, research material, correspondence, memorabilia, and much more, from the prolific and acclaimed writer, including manuscripts for her Newbery award-winning novel Amos Fortune, Free Man.
Richard Yates (1926-1992). The Richard Yates collection primarily consists of manuscripts; some correspondence and printed items are also present.
Frank Yerby (1916-1991). Manuscripts, correspondence, and other items from the popular African-American historical novelist.
Anzia Yezierska (1880-1970). Manuscripts, correspondence, notes, photographs, and other papers from the celebrated Russian-American Jewish short story writer, novelist, and memoirist.
Helen Yglesias (1915-2007). Manuscripts for the first two novels from the recognized novelist and editor.
Jose Yglesias (1919-1995). Manuscripts, correspondence, printed material, journals, legal and financial material, and other items from the notable translator.
Ruth Yorck (1909-1966). The Ruth Yorck collection consists of manuscripts, photographs, correspondence.
Margaret Yorke (1924-2012). The Margaret Yorke collection consists of manuscripts, professional material, and correspondence.
Andrew Young (1885-1971). The Andrew Young collection consists of a notebook containing comments by Young on modern authors and their works, drafts of original pieces by Young; and photocopies of twelve handwritten poems by Edward Lowbury.
Phyllis Brett Young (1912-1996). The Phyllis Brett Young collection consists of manuscripts, printed material, correspondence, and photographs. There is also a considerable amount of material related to Young’s father, scientific writer George S. Brett (1879-1944).
Curtis Zahn (1912-1990). Manuscripts and correspondence from the noted poet and playwright, including letters from John Ciardi, Anais Nin, and others.
Louis Zara (1910-2001). Manuscripts, correspondence, photographs, audio/visual material, printed material, professional material, and awards from the notable author and publisher.
Mladin Zarubica (1917-1995). Manuscripts and other material from the American author, including extensive material regarding Bozell and Jacobs, Inc., a New York advertising and public relations firm where Zarubica was an account executive.
Lajos Zilahy (1891-1974). The Lajos Zilahy collection consists of manuscripts, correspondence, photographs, memorabilia, and printed material.