Harvard graduates' papers.
Subject Source: Local sources
Found in 6 Collections and/or Records:
Summary: Frequent correspondents include Winthrop Ames, Minnie Maddern Fiske, Harry Houdini, and many others, mostly from the theatrical world. The Houdini letters mainly concern his efforts to build a theatrical library.
Summary: Includes playbills from the Cupola Players of Castine, Maine, 1957-1962; a typescript script for a Cupola Players production of "The daring escape of General Peleg Wadsworth" 1967; an undated photograph of Hatch in Castine; three phonograph records"Frank Hatch sings songs of old Castine" and "Urban redevelopment and other swan songs of old Boston" both 1961; limericks written for Hatch by the staff of the Harvard Theatre Collection; and miscellaneous printed material by and about...
Summary: Consists of 39 volumes containing annotations, verse, and other miscellanea. The notes are written in publishers' dummies, notebooks, and on the blank pages of printed books. Includes a manuscript volume of verse by Margaret Aliona Dole, Dole's daughter.
Scope and Contents: Includes unpublished short stories, plays, and reports by Wells; printed material concerning the United Nations Relief and Rehabilitation Administration; a photograph of Wells with Office of Price Administration administrator Chester Bowles; magazines and clippings featuring short stories and journalism by Wells; a Harvard pennant; and books on drama and Harvard University owned by Wells.