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Manuscripts

 Subject
Subject Source: Art & Architecture Thesaurus

Found in 90 Collections and/or Records:

Abbie Hoffman collection

 Collection — Box 1
Identifier: 0189
Abstract Books, audio and video tapes, and a 1981 screenplay ("A Major Motion Picture") connected with the life of radical leader Abbie Hoffman.
Dates: circa 1960s-1980s

Helen Addison Howard Papers

 Collection — Box 1
Identifier: 0174
Abstract Typescript and galleys of Howard's American Indian Poetry (Twayne, 1979). Howard received an M.A. from USC in 1933.
Dates: 1979

Harriet Howe papers

 Collection — Multiple Containers
Identifier: 0154
Abstract Harriet Abott Howe was a life-long writer who published poetry and short essays in Los Angeles and San Francisco newspapers and magazines during the 1890s, but after that does not seem to have been entirely successful in publishing her work. She was also active in the Women's Club, the purpose of which was the education, elevation and protection of womankind. The Harriet Howe papers consist predominantly of typescripts of Howe's poetry, essays, and stories.
Dates: 1886-1948

Rupert Hughes papers

 Collection
Identifier: 0173
Abstract Archives of the novelist, biographer, screenwriter, and musicologist (1872-1956), including subject files, typescripts, correspondence, published articles, and personal memorabilia. 897 file folders of manuscripts; 219 books by or concerning Rupert Hughes; 36 periodicals.
Dates: 1895-1954, undated

David Hyun papers

 Collection
Identifier: 3027
Overview David Hyun, son of Reverend Soon Hyun, was the first ever-Korean American architect and a self-described essayist. He is best known for his 1978 design of the Japanese Village Plaza in downtown Los Angeles, as part of a revitalization of Little Tokyo, and his dedication to documenting his father's work in the Korean Independence movement of 1919. His papers consist primarily of writings (by both himself and others), photographs, and architectural drawings and renderings. They also contain...
Dates: 1774 - 2005; Majority of material found within 1919 - 2003

Marvin C. Johnson papers

 Collection — Box 1
Identifier: Coll2014-036
Overview Scripts, sheet music, copyright information, and notes, 1955-1975, from writer Marvin C. Johnson. The bulk of the collection is comprised of scripts and sheet music from the musical, "How to Make a Dumb Blonde," (1969-1973) written by Johnson, with music by James Anderson.
Dates: 1955-1975

Arthur Lerner collection on Poetry Therapy

 Collection
Identifier: 0179
Abstract This collection contains publications pertaining to poetry therapy collected by Arthur Lerner, as well as a small amount of his correspondence. Lerner was one of the pioneers of the use of poetry therapy techniques as a form of psychological therapy.
Dates: 1953 - 1997

Lewitzky Dance Company records

 Collection
Identifier: 0203
Overview Based in Los Angeles, California, the Lewitzky Dance Company was formed in 1966 by Bella Lewitzky and gave its last performance on May 18, 1997. The archive consists of papers, films, photographs, costumes, programs, posters, stage plots, and sound recordings. It covers the Company's archived and working papers from all offices, including the Manager, Booking and Production offices.
Dates: 1932 - 2010; Majority of material found within 1966 - 1997

Lenna Lichty collection on Federico Schroeder Inclan

 Collection — Box 1
Identifier: 0096
Abstract Draft biography of the Mexican playwright by Lenna Lichty; research notes; letters, 1960-80, from Inclan to Lichty; typescripts of various works by Inclan. Inclan was born in Mexico City, Mexico, in 1910. He studied humanities and electrical engineering at the Aleman Colegio of Mexico City, and in the US at UC Berkeley. He began to write for the theater in 1948.
Dates: circa 1960-1980