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Correspondence, financial records, and marketing reports, 1887-1960 (bulk 1911-1945) of the firm established by Cyrus Curtis, which published weekly periodicals, such as Ladies' Home Journal, Country Gentleman, and Saturday Evening Post.
Books, periodicals, and archival materials from this New York bookstore, a meeting place for modernists.
Correspondence, 1918-1934, kept by Liveright concerning the Boni & Liveright and Horace Liveright, Inc. publishing houses.
Correspondence, manuscripts, and photographs, 1870-1960, regarding Repplier's activities as essayist and biographer and her circle of professional and personal associates.
Correspondence, manuscripts, and diaries, 1898-1963, concerning the life and career of the essayist.
Ezra Pound Collections
Includes letters, 1907-1959, to Mary Moore Cross, with whom Pound had a romance as a young man, and research materials compiled by Carl Gatter. Also includes collections of printed books by Pound.
William Carlos Williams Collections
Printed books and some manuscripts and research notes relating to the poet, who graduated from Penn with an M.D. in 1906.
Correspondence, manuscripts, and diaries, 1900-1966, regarding the novelist's literary output, as well as his travels and interest in Central and South America.
Correspondence, dairies, notebooks, and typescripts, 1914-1957, concerning Rascoe's work as editor, literary critic, and fiction writer.
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- Art and Architecture Collections (Kislak Center)
- Caroline F. Schimmel Fiction Collection of Women in the American Wilderness
- Eugene Ormandy Collection
- Leopold Stokowski Collection
- Lewis Mumford Collections
- Marian Anderson Collection
- U.S. Health Activism History Collection (Walter J. Lear U.S. Health Activism History Collection)