Found in 64 Collections and/or Records:
Includes book publicity and speeches.
The majority of the collection material consists of Stephens' published works in periodicals of her time, including an 1859 open letter to Victor Hugo. Also included are one manuscript poem, a bibliography of her published pieces in The Ladies Companion, 1838-1839, and a piece combining biographical information and literary criticism of Ann Stephens written in 1880.
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.
Includes correspondence and copy of his dissertation.
The collection consists of one newspaper article and a small amount of correspondence.
Includes a pageant program.
This collection includes a postcard. The Maine Women Writers Collection also holds 6 of Cawley's artists' books.
Includes published poetry, correspondence, and "Memoir of my grandmother, Edith Row" by Robin St. John Conover.
This collection includes handwritten manuscripts for two prose stories, "Country Life" and "The Blue Dress." The first page of "Country Life" is signed Sarah Hamilton.
This collection contains hand-written drafts and typescripts of Johnson's young adult novel, King Alfred II, as well as Armitage Hall. Also included is literary correspondence from 1957-1962, some publicity material, book reviews, and published short articles and stories.
Includes portrait and essay.
Includes articles, reviews, teaching guides, and a copy of "Maine Bibliography: A Bibliographical Guide, 1973"
Includes a christmas carol written by Emma Dunham.
The collection contains two sets of "Queens of Literature" playing cards, several postcards, a broadside poem, a clipping, a bookmark, a pin with a photo of May Sarton, and a manuscript poem.
The collection consists primarily of meeting and financial records, dating from the 1930s to the present. There are constitutions, brochures, clippings, and some photographs of the founder and members.
This collection contains photographs, interviews and reviews, and her son's memorial tribute.
Collection includes typescript carbon of account of Canadian trip, notebook with itinerary, postcards, and diary of 1957 European travels of Helen Pitman and Anna S. Perry.
The collection contains two letters from Isabella Alden's niece to Anna Hooper of Portland, Maine.
The collection contains a three stanza prayer poem written by Anderson in August 1848.
This collection includes correspondence and writings, some of which are manuscripts.