Found in 10 Collections and/or Records:
The American Author Collection consists of materials written by and about various authors from America.
The Charles Potts Collection contains poetry, verse, music, and other media. The works in this collection are by Charles Potts himself, as well as many other counter culture artists and agencies.
This collection contains materials such as books, postcards, and pamphlets about Elbert Hubbard and the Elbert Hubbard Museum in Aurora, New York.
This collection contains materials donated by Harris Worchel as part of the Harris Worchel Counter-Culture Literature Collection. Materials in this collection are largely compact discs containing various theses and dissertations on counter-culture literature and the Beat poetry movement. Additional materials (books and audio-visual materials) can be found within the library catalog.
This collection contains correspondence from a prisoner at Ship Island, Mississippi to Jefferson Davis. It also contains an article by Lee Meriwether regarding his childhood encounter with Davis.
This collection contains an excerpt from the Spring 1949 issue of the “Georgia Review” titled “Kidnapping the General” written by Robert Sparks Walker.
The collection contains various types of information about Texas authors, including newspapers and articles.
This collection contains materials regarding American author, Margaret Mitchell. Mitchell was lauded for her book “Gone with the Wind,” for which she won a Pulitzer Prize. Mitchell was born in Atlanta, Georgia in 1900 and passed away after a car accident in 1949. Mitchell is now known as a highly controversial figure due to her personal opinions centering around politics and race.
This collection consists solely of a flyer from the Tribute to Southwestern Culture event.
The Upton Sinclair Correspondence Collection consists of correspondence and publications by or relating to Upton Sinclair. The first box has six files and contains correspondence, a book, and a play by Upton Sinclair. The second box has three files containing a book on Upton Sinclair, a copy of his journal, and a catalogue of books, manuscripts, and other materials from the Upton Sinclair Archives at the Lilly Libraryat Indiana University.