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Cora Pinkley Call Papers Addendum

Identifier: MC 1090
Scope and Content Note

Additional letters, business papers, literary manuscripts, newspaper clippings and photographs created or collected by Call during her career as a Eureka Springs, Arkansas, writer and life president of the Ozark Writers and Artists Guild. Correspondents include John Gould Fletcher, Charlie May Simon, Charles H. Brough, and Orval Faubus. Manuscripts include those by Thomas Elmore Lucy and Bonnie Lela Crump.

Dates: 1930-1966

Charlie May Fletcher Papers

Identifier: MC 283
Scope and Content Note The collection contains Charlie May Fletcher's correspondence and manuscripts. The correspondence dates from 1950 and consists primarily of letters from publishers and John Gould Fletcher scholars expressing interest in her husband’s works and in his literary collection. Additional correspondence to and from Fletcher can be found in the John Gould Fletcher collection. Manuscript notes for Johnswood, typescripts for the short story collection of "African...
Dates: 1945-1973

John Gould Fletcher Papers

Identifier: MS F63
Scope and Content Note Series I. Literary manuscripts. 32 boxes. Arranged by form in 9 groups --poems; prose books published and unpublished; translations; essays; lectures and lecture notes; short stories; plays; and miscellaneous items. In another Fletcher collection, the Supplementary Papers, Series 2 includes 25 additional itemized manuscripts. Series II. Notebooks. 129 items. Notes on experiences, drafts or ideas for writings....
Dates: 1881-1960

Louis and Elsie Freund Papers

Identifier: MC 1297
Scope and Content Note The collection contains personal and professional correspondence, research files, catalogues, professional and personal photographs, postcards, slides, scrapbooks, newspaper clippings, journal articles, pamphlets, brochures, original works of art and memorabilia. The collection also contains materials which pertain to the writer Eleanor de la Vergne Risley (1876-1945), a cousin of Louis Freund. Her books include Road to Wildcat (1930) and ...
Dates: 1945-1994

Teresa Irwin Luneau "A Critical Biography of Charlie May Simon" Typescript

Identifier: MC 2362
Scope and Content Note

The collection consists of a photocopy of a partial typescript of Teresa Irwin Luneau's unpublished biography of Arkansas children's writer Charlie May Simon. Included are a title page, outline, and chapters one ("Her Life") and four ("Her Autobiographies").

Dates: ca 1981-1982

Charlie May Simon Letter

Identifier: MC 2339
Scope and Content Note

Letter from writer Charlie May Hogue Simon to Miss Long's fourth grade students in Morrilton, Arkansas, in response to their letters. The class had read Simon's All Men Are Brothers and Secret on the Congo. She answers their questions on topics like her travels to Africa, her name, and her writings.

Dates: 1962

Charlie May Hogue Simon Letters

 Collection — Box: Small Manuscript Collections Box 7
Identifier: MC 1134
Scope and Content Note

The collection consists of twelve letters written by Simon to donor, Earle Leighton Rudolph, pertaining mostly to the John Gould Fletcher literary works and the plans to donate her husband's manuscripts and personal papers to the Special Collections Division, University of Arkansas, Fayetteville, Arkansas.

Dates: 1967-1976

Latane Temple Correspondence with John Gould Fletcher

Identifier: MS T247 356
Scope and Content Note Eleven ALSs and 2 APSs from Fletcher to Temple, one ALS from Charlie May Fletcher to Temple and one to Lat ane and Josephine Temple, carbon copy of 2 TLs from Temple to Fletcher and of one TL from Fletcher and Robert L. Morris to Temple, one TP from Ozark Folklore Society to Temple, and typewritten text of one poem by Fletcher. Correspondence pertains to Ozark Folklore Society and to personal and familial relationships between Fletcher (and wife) and Temple, owner of Temple Cotton Oil Co. in...
Dates: 1948-1949