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This collection includes biographical notes, correspondence, news clippings, and typescripts.
This collection contains essays, poetry, manuscripts, maps, photographs, clippings, research and correspondence. Her research topics include islands, health, dancing, food, humor, music, transportation, the city of Portland and Abigail May. Some notable correspondents include Elizabeth Coatsworth, Hazel Wilson, Mary Worthley, Loring Williams and Dorothy Healy. Also included is information relating to the Old Orchard Beach Historical Society.
This collection includes manuscripts of Merrill's articles and the book "More Cones From the Pines of Maine," as well as copies of published articles. Also included is literary correspondence with the publishers of Merrill's poetry. A scrapbook contains reader responses and clippings pertaining to "More Cones." There is material on the history and activities of the Maine Writers Research Club, as well as publications of other organizations with which Merrill was affiliated.
Includes articles, poems in greeting cards, and publicity.
Includes publicity, published poems, articles.
This collection consists of typescripts of Brown's poetry (some unpublished) and plays, as well as essays on the subject of writing. A small amount of correspondence and ephemera related to her writing is included. There are also clippings, student papers about Brown, and one folder of photographs from throughout Brown's life. Audiocassette recordings of Brown's poetry, read by her cousin Wayne McKusick, are also included in the collection.
This collection includes review, press releases, correspondence with Dorothy Healy, exhibit materials, photographs, and two poems in calligraphy.
Includes reviews, workshop publicity and articles.
Collection includes letter, clippings and a poem dedicated to Stocking.
In addition to five folders of material in the alphabetical collection, there are 5 boxes of unprocessed papers relating to the drafting and publication of several of Wood's books, as well as numerous diaries from the 1970s. The journals are restricted until after Wood's death.
This collection includes a theater program, articles, correspondence.
Includes correspondence, publicity, reviews and published poetry.
Among the manuscript material in this collection is correspondence from Rachel Field to Elizabeth Coatsworth and Rosamond Lamb and letters from a Cranberry Island legend, Samuel Clark Sanford, to Rosamond Lamb. There are two photo Christmas cards, magazine and newspaper reviews of her books, her obituary, and notes revealing her husband's welfare after her death in 1942.
- Correspondence 16
- Photographs 9
- Manuscripts 7
- Typescripts 7
- Facsimiles 4
- Portland (Me.) 3
- Audiocassettes 2
- Bucksport (Me.) 2
- Camden (Me.) 2
- Christmas cards 2
- Diaries 2
- Maps 2
- Memorabilia 2
- Obituaries 2
- Old Orchard Beach (Me.) 2
- Postcards 2
- Research 2 ∧ less
- Coatsworth, Elizabeth, 1893-1986 2
- Maine Writers Research Club 2
- American Revolution Bicentennial Administration 1
- Amnesty International 1
- Brown, Ina Ladd, 1902- 1
- Carnegie Corporation of New York 1
- Conference on World Affairs (U.S.) 1
- Ellis, Kathleen 1
- Evans, Abbie Huston 1
- Feminist Press 1
- Field, Rachel, 1894-1942 1
- Flexner, Hortense, 1885-1973 1
- Ford Foundation 1
- Foster, Elizabeth, 1905-1963 1
- Healy, Dorothy, 1914-1990 1
- Hubert H. Humphrey Institute of Public Affairs 1
- Huston, Perdita, 1936- 1
- InterAction Council 1
- International Center for Research on Women 1
- International Council of Voluntary Agencies 1 ∧ less