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The papers include correspondence, writings, lecture notes, student notebooks, research notes, memorabilia, and scrapbooks of clippings documenting William Lyon Phelps's career as a professor of English and popularizer of literature. Phelps's lecture notes and annotated volumes on English literature comprise half of the papers. The papers also include a small quantity of family papers relating to Phelps's father and wife.
The papers consist primarily of the correspondence of Frank C. Porter (1859-1946), Yale theology professor, 1891-1927, and his wife Delia Wood Lyman Porter (1858-1933), author. The papers also include notes and research material on the Yale seal and Hebrew words by Frank Porter; manuscripts; printed matter, memorabilia, and correspondence concerning the writings of Delia Porter; the autobiography of Chester Smith Lyman; and correspondence of William Porter.
Principally the typescript draft for Theodor Reik's book, Listening with the Third Ear (1947). Also included are two chapters in manuscript form. In addition there is a letter to his publisher, John Farrar, with a copy of an article "The original 'Sleeping Beauty' discovered," which appears to be a literary hoax.
Jane Roberts was an author of fiction, and of non-fiction works dealing with Seth and her role as a channeler. The papers consist of correspondence, printed material, audio and videotapes, journals, poetry, and other material documenting her personal life and literary career. Many of the documents are photocopies of originals.
The papers consist of a journal (thirty-two volumes), a notebook, correspondence, photograph album, and printed material documenting Arnold Rosin's life in Paris since 1949. Photographs of Rosin's paintings are also included in the papers.
The papers consist of correspondence with Edward M. House (1920-1938), personal correspondence, manuscripts and correspondence preparatory to the publication of Seymour's Intimate Papers of Colonel House (1926-1928), newspaper clippings, articles, and memorabilia. Much of the material concerns Seymour's role as delegate to the Paris Peace Conference of 1919.
The records consist of lists, correspondence, manuscript materials, and committee notes documenting the publication of various works by the Yale University Press. Some of the works documented include: Interaction of Color by Josef Albers, Encyclopedia of African Studies by John M. D. Crossey, and Earth, Temple, and Gods and Shingle Style by Vincent Scully.
The papers consist of correspondence, articles, speeches, printed material, research materials, photographs, and drafts of books relating to Barbara Tuchman's literary career, including such works as Bible and Sword, The Zimmermann Telegram, The Guns of August, and The Proud Tower.
Correspondence and manuscripts dealing chiefly with Viereck's book about Colonel E. M. House and President Wilson, The Strangest Friendship in History. Also included are notes and manuscripts concerning "The Memoirs of Colonel House," and miscellaneous other papers.