Found in 7 Collections and/or Records:
Correspondence, clippings, articles, legal documents, publicity, notes, and a dissertation excerpt documenting the literary activity of author and early gay rights advocate Donald Sagarin, who wrote under the pseudonym Donald Webster Cory in the 1950s. Cory was the author of the book The Homosexual in America (1951).
Clippings, correspondence, publicity, articles, book reviews, interviews, flyers, and photographs documenting literary activities of gay novelist, playwright, journalist, and scholar, Daniel Curzon. The emphasis of the collection is on the critical reception of novels published by Curzon, 1974-1986.
Unpublished poetry, correspondence, screenplay, scripts, personal journal notes, and prose fiction by John Eaton, 1980-1984. Eaton worked as a writer-publicist for theatre companies in Houston and Los Angeles.
Correspondence, manuscripts, illustrations, photographs, press releases, newspaper clippings, event posters, and financial records documenting the activities of the James White Review Association, (JWRA) from 1983 to 1999.
Papers of longtime partners William Reilly and Edward King, 1938-1995, including contracts, deeds, correspondence, tax forms, William Reilly's medical records as he dealt with AIDS-related complications, and book and short story manuscripts written by Edward King.
Correspondence, publicity, clippings, article typescripts, memoranda, photographs, postcards, and other material related to John W. Rowberry's editorship of the magazines Dateline and The Alternate. Rowberry was a writer and editor for various gay publications and wrote under the name John W. Rowland.
Photographs, photographic negatives, slides, graphic works, published and draft writings, and other materials relating to the life and literary and artistic career of Tom Young (1947-1989), author, artist, and assistant editor of The James White Review.