SWWC. Southwestern Writers Collection
Found in 72 Collections and/or Records:
Documents, clippings, videos, and other research materials represent journalist Lee Hancock’s research into the events of the Branch Davidian standoff near Waco in 1993. The materials are arranged into the following five series: Non-Branch Davidian Incidents, Media Coverage, Investigations, House of Representatives Hearings, and Lawsuits.
The collection is composed of 21 boxes of manuscripts, galley proofs, notes, clippings, correspondence, artwork, financial and legal papers, screenplays, photographs and artifacts, spanning from 1971 to 2000, that document Stephen Harrigan's writing career.
The Hispanic Magazine Archives contains documents relating to the production of each issue of the magazine. Within this collection are annotated drafts, page proofs, research material, correspondence, press releases, press kits, newspaper clippings, photographs and machine-readable diskettes.
The Wilson Hudson Collection consists of his papers and includes off-prints, manuscripts and drafts, correspondence, photographs, newspapers, obituaries, and personal papers. There is also a substantial amount of material relating to the Texas Folklore Society.
The Wilson M. Hudson Papers date from 1913 to 1991 and comprise research material collected for (1) the biography of cowboy writer Andy Adams and (2) a study of J. Frank Dobie. The material consists of note cards, clippings, articles, photographs, correspondence, maps, manuscript drafts, and genealogical notes. There are also pamphlets and brochures from the Texas Folklore Society.
Personal papers, correspondence, newspaper clippings, magazine articles, computer disks and numerous copies of Hughes short stories, story lines, poems, and letters to editors documenting Hughes’s 2002 Puckerbrush Press collection, Cora’s Seduction and Other Stories.
Mary Sue Jones' Papers span the years from 1931 to 1992 with most of the material dating from the 1960s through the 1980s. Contained here are class notes, scripts, set designs, costume designs, playbills, letters, photographs, records, audiotapes, reports, clippings, magazines, articles, awards, school records, yearbooks, scrapbooks, personal effects, and mementos.
This collection is comprised of handwritten and typed letters from Texas author Elithe Hamilton Kirkland to her friend Nancie Austin, of Wimberley, Texas.
Correspondence, drafts, typescripts, photographs, scrapbooks, artifacts, ephemera and clippings document the writing career of Texas Women’s Hall of Fame writer, Elithe Hamilton Kirkland.
The papers of journalist Grover Lewis span the years 1955 to 2005 and are arranged into seven series: Personal Papers, Correspondence, Published Works, Unpublished Works, Works by Others, Audio Tapes, and Oversized Items
Typescript drafts, correspondence, notes, clippings, journals, and photographs document the writing career of Beverly Lowry. The bulk of the papers relate to four of Lowry’s seven published books, with The Perfect Sonya and Crossed Overbeing the most fully represented. The collection is arranged into the following seven series: Works, Correspondence, Clippings, Publicity, Computer disks, Personal, and Artifacts.