Williams, Stanley Thomas, 1888-1956
- Existence: 1888 - 1956
Stanley Thomas Williams (1888-1956),scholar who helped to establish the study of American literature as an academic field during his teaching career at Yale University.
Found in 3 Collections and/or Records:
Norman Cousins Collection of Henry Seidel Canby
Call Number: YCAL MSS 1205
Scope and Contents: Correspondence, drafts and printed versions of writings (box 7), manuscript notes, printed ephemera, clippings, photographs (box 2), and contractual agreements by or relating to the professional activities of Henry Seidel Canby. The collection features approximately 983 pieces of correspondence dating from 1940 through 1949 (boxes 1-6). Incoming letters and typescript carbon copies of Canby's outgoing letters concern professional matters chiefly, addressing publications by Canby during this...
Barbara D. Simison papers relating to Edward Rowland Sill
Call Number: YCAL MSS 696
Overview: The collection contains research material and drafts for "The Selected Letters of Edward Rowland Sill," edited by Barbara D. Simison and Stanley T. Williams; Simison and Williams collaborated on publication of Sill's account of his voyage around Cape Horn from December 1861 to March 1862, published as Around the Horn (New Haven: Yale University Press, 1944). Materials include the following: correspondence between Simison, Williams, and others relating chiefly to Sill's correspondence; copies...
Stanley Thomas Williams papers
Call Number: MS 557
Overview: Correspondence, notes, lectures, writings, and miscellanea relating to the academic career and literary works of Stanley T. Williams, a Yale University professor of American literature, including notes on several prominent American authors.