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Scope and Contents The collection is comprised of correspondence and biographical materials of Edna Ferber, a Pulitzer Prize winning novelist who spent her childhood and early career in Appleton, Wisconsin, and continues to have a strong influence on the city to this day. The correspondence range from 1946-1966 and consist mostly of letters between Ferber and her secretary, Yvette B. Garden. Ferber describes her travels around the world, finances, and her family. Letters exchanged between Ferber and Lawrence...
Overview The Elisabeth Koffka Papers is a collection of materials from History Professor Elisabeth Koffka, which ranges from 1918 to 1994. The materials within this collection include her poetry, prose, published works, personal documents, reflections, correspondence, lecture notes, student papers and exams, and other materials from Professor Koffka's time and Smith College and Lawrence University. The collection is also home to audio tapes recounting personal history.
Scope and Contents This collection consists of a selection of literary works by Tony Vaughan, Lawrence University class of 1970. Works include novels, poetry, and other writings, and date from 1967 to 2008. Materials related to Vaughan's life and work assembled for the Reunion in 2012 are also included.
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Scope and Contents The Warren Beck Collection contains newspaper clippings about Professor Warren Beck, publications authored by Beck, photographs, correspondence, and memoranda. Beck, a World War I veteran, taught as a Professor of English at Lawrence University from 1926 to 1968. He received an honorary doctorate from his alma mater, Earlham College, in 1956, and an honorary Doctor of Letters from Lawrence University in 1983. Beck died on June 29, 1986.