Found in 78 Collections and/or Records:
Papers, tests, and artifacts of A. Jean Ayres, groundbreaking occupational therapist. All items donated by friends, family, and coworkers.
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".
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.
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.