Found in 206 Collections and/or Records:
Contains correspondence between Millicent S. Monks and Dorothy Healy.
This collection includes correspondence with MWWC and two articles.
This collection includes biographical information, published poetry, manuscripts and recordings of poetry readings.
This collection includes reviews and published poems, as well as correspondence with Blackberry Books publisher Gary Lawless, a poetry manuscript, cassette tapes, and a photo.
This collection consists of typescripts (mostly copies) of unpublished stories and essays.
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 contains correspondence relating to fundraising activities, two copies of the Association's newsletter, the Association's constitution and by-laws, and other related material. The bulk of the letters are addressed to Arabella Carter, Agent of the Mt. Vernon Ladies' Association for Oxford County, from Abba Isabella Little, Vice Regent of the Mt. Vernon Ladies' Association for the state of Maine.
Includes poems, photographs and correspondence.
The collection consists of ten folders, seven of which include notebooks, and one scrapbook of clippings of her published material.
This collection includes a theater program, articles, correspondence.
This collection includes correspondence to Grace Dow and Dorothy Healy, photographs, and manuscript for John Eliot.
Includes brief Christmas note enclosed in "Our Home Pets".
Includes correspondence, biographical information and published and unpublished poetry.
Includes correspondence, articles, students' writing, photographs and publicity.
This collection includes correspondence with MWWC.
Includes correspondence, publicity, reviews and published poetry.
This collection includes correspondence to Down East magazine's book reviewer.
This collection includes material published in periodicals (photocopies) and one article about Carson.
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.
Includes a screenprint from Goodale's "Reading" series, event invitations, catalogues, materials related to the "Ant Girls" and other ephemera.