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Found in 73 Collections and/or Records:

Chauncey Alexander papers

Identifier: 0419
Abstract The papers include material collected by Chauncey Alexander over a long and active life in social work and radical politics. Included are personal papers, school papers, and materials relating to Alexander's leadership of such organizations as the National Association of Social Workers, the International Federation of Social Workers, the First Amendment Foundation, and other organizations. Considerable materials are preserved from Alexander's service as an adjunct professor of Social Work at...
Dates: 1917 - 2004

Alexander Arkatov papers

 Collection — Multiple Containers
Identifier: 6142
Scope and Contents Manuscripts (stories and plays) by Alexander Arkatov, written by Arkatov in Los Angeles, and information about his film career in Russia.
Dates: circa 1920s-1940s

Dr. A. Jean Ayres Archive

Identifier: 0317
Overview Papers, tests, and artifacts of A. Jean Ayres, groundbreaking occupational therapist. All items donated by friends, family, and coworkers.
Dates: 1943 - 1999

"Beatitude" #32 publication records

 Collection — Box 1
Identifier: 6147
Overview The "Beatitude" #32 publication records, 1980-1982, consists of typescripts, drawings, notes, and mockups for issue number 32 of "Beatitude", the San Francisco magazine of beat poetry. Drafts of poems by Janice Blue, Neeli Cherkovski, Louis Collins, Gregory Corso, Kirby Doyle, Gary Gach, Latif Harris, Howard Hart, Jack Hirschman, Roderick Iverson, Bob Kaufman, Michael Koch, Paul Landry, Christine Legoff, William Maher, Kaye McDonough, Jack Micheline, Jack Mueller, Gerry Nicosia, David Plumb,...
Dates: 1980-1982

Julius Berstl papers

Identifier: 0031
Abstract Literary archive of the German emigre author and playwright Julius Berstl (1883-1975). The collection includes typescripts, manuscripts, personal and professional correspondence, personal and biographical documents, theater memorabilia, and a small number of literary journals, both in English and in German. Julius Berstl was born on August 6, 1883 in Bernburg, Germany to a theatrical family. Upon graduation from university, he became the dramaturg, or literary advisor, of the renowned...
Dates: 1858 - 2010; Majority of material found within 1901 - 1975

Emory Bogardus papers

Identifier: 0264
Abstract Papers, correspondence, and manuscripts of monograph of Dr. Emory Stephen Bogardus, the founder of the USC Department of Sociology and the School of Social Work, Dean Emeritus of The Graduate School at the University of Southern California, and world-renowned authority on "social distance".
Dates: 1911 - 1973

Charles Bonner Papers

 Collection — Box 1
Identifier: 0023
Abstract Typescripts of Bonner's (1896-1965) novels Legacy (Knopf, 1940), Angel Casey (Knopf, 1941), and Ambition (Coward-McCann, 1946). Charles Bonner was born in 1896 in Brooklyn, NY. He was a newspaper reporter, and became a publicist in 1923. His first novel, The Fanatics, was published in 1932. Bonner moved to California in 1935 and became a full time writer of stories, novels, and screenplays. His novel Legacy was made into a film Adam Had Four Sons in 1941. He died in 1965.
Dates: circa 1940

Paul Bowles papers

 Collection — Multiple Containers
Identifier: 0132
Abstract Correspondence, periodical appearances, tape recordings; typed draft and galleys for Bowles's autobiography, Without Stopping (Putnam, 1972). Also includes 1 large folder of scores, autographed programs, and manuscripts of Paul Bowles materials, donated by pianist Hannetta Clarke, who performed with Bowles on occasion. Some of those performances are documented in the papers.
Dates: 1950 - 1979

Malcolm Stuart Boylan typescript

 Collection — Box 1
Identifier: 0029
Abstract Typescript of Boylan's novel The Tin Sword (Little, Brown, 1950). This American writer was born in Chicago, Illinois Apr. 13, 1897, and died Apr. 3, 1967.
Dates: 1950 - 1950

Ray Bradbury papers

 Collection — Box 1
Identifier: 0160
Abstract Collection contains signed typescripts of Ray Bradbury's short stories "The Everlasting Clock," "The Man Upstairs," "Powerhouse," and "Skeleton." Also included in the collection are his introduction to Jules Verne's Mysterious Island and six letters from Bradbury to Dorothy Faulkner, dated 1950-1962.
Dates: 1952 - 1960