Subject Source: Art & Architecture ThesaurusScope Note: Relatively brief invented prose narratives.
Found in 4 Collections and/or Records:
Edna Ginsberg Banov papers
Identifier: Mss 1039
Collection Overview Entire collection is photocopies of Edna Banov's unpublished manuscripts and other writings; originals remain with donor. Includes poems, short stories, letters, memoirs, notes, book reviews, eulogies, tributes and a compilation of Banov's short stories and letters titled, "Potpourri, Some of This, Some of That." (Many works in "Potpourri" have draft versions in the collection.) Most writings are annotated and several have critique notes included (from an unnamed editor.) Banov's memoirs...
Found in: Special Collections / Edna Ginsberg Banov papers
Anna Olswanger papers
Identifier: Mss 1034-077
Publications, short stories, and other papers of Anna Olswanger, children's story author and freelance editor. Included are published copies of Olswanger's short stories "Big Mistreatin' Bittersweet'n Blues" and "Chicken Bone Man," as well as materials relating to Olswanger's father, Berl Olswanger, a blues musician and composer from Nashville (Tennessee), and his sister Gene Olswanger.
Found in: Special Collections / Anna Olswanger papers
Helen Schneider Silver papers
Identifier: Mss 1091
Abstract The collection consists mainly of articles and research files written and compiled by Helen Schneider Silver (1922-2003), a freelance journalist born in Knoxville, Tennessee. Topics include the Arab-Israeli conflict, Jewish historical sites, Jewish women, and Jewish populations around the world. In addition are manuscripts of Silver's short stories and children's books and materials relating to Silver's family history and her involvement in organizations such as Hadassah, the Jewish...
Dates: 1900-2006; Majority of material found within 1971-1990
Found in: Special Collections / Helen Schneider Silver papers
John A. Zeigler, Jr. and Julius and Frances Butwin correspondence
Identifier: Mss 1145
The collection contains correspondence between John Asbury Zeigler, Jr. (1912-2015) and Julius (1904-1945) and Frances Butwin (1911-1996). The letters discuss literary interests, political activism, daily life, and the writings of all three individuals. Included with the letters are drafts of short stories and poems authored by Zeigler.