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Authors, American -- 20th century -- Archival resources

Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings

Found in 3 Collections and/or Records:

Correspondence collection

Identifier: 6196
Abstract This artificial collection was created by former USC librarians. It contains letters and related ephemeral material created by a wide variety of primarily American men and women of letters. Many of these are addressed to various University librarians--including Lloyd Arvidsen, Lewis Steig, Charlotte Brown and Christian Dick--and former USC President Rufus von KleinSmid. In addition to this set of letters, which make up the bulk of the collection and were seemingly saved for their autograph...
Dates: 1851-1979

Jack London papers

Identifier: 0187

The Jack London papers consists of correspondence, typescripts and manuscripts, financial records, pamphlets, photographs, and clippings created and collected by American author Jack London. Also included is a bibliographic card file created for a course on bibliography and research at USC in 1942.

Dates: 1876 - 1916

Upton Sinclair correspondence

 Collection — Folder 1
Identifier: 6198
Abstract Letters between Upton Sinclair and Martha Boaz, Dean of the Library School at the University of Southern California, regarding a lecture SInclair delivered at the School in 1962. Also included are transcripts of the lecture (one of which includes handwritten edits by Sinclair) that include Boaz's introductory remarks, Sinclair's talk, and questions from students; transcript of a KNXT interview of Sinclair conducted by Herman Harvey, and an "In Memoria" brochure written by Sinclair about his...
Dates: 1962