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This collection contains material amassed by a member of the Bay Area Research Collective (BARC), a radical left-wing publishing collective and distributor active during the 1970s. Included are newspapers and subject files dating from 1969-1986.
This collection includes resources related to the literary life of author and educator Faye Moskowitz.The records cover the years 1962-2007 with the bulk being from 1983-2003.
This collection contains literary publications. Each folder has a list of publication titles included. These materials date from 1966-2007.
John Palmer Reesing, Jr. (1920-91) was a Professor of English at The George Washington University. Materials in this collection include memos, course outlines, course descriptions, syllabi and articles. They range in date from 1964-82, and the provenance of this collection is not known, the old accession log listed it as being received in 1987.
This collection contains manuscripts, cover art, correspondence, drafts, critiques, fliers. Much of the material relates to two works by McCombs, Territories and Habit of Fire. The material dates from 1989-2008. There is also a small file for the reading series Kensington Row Bookshop which McCombs runs.
The majority of the pamphlets concern antisemitism and sermons from prominent European and American rabbis. The pamphlets are dated from 1946-79.
The material in this collection consists of manuscript drafts, galleys, and research notes related to the work of author and teacher Marita Golden. The collection also includes archived versions of the Marita Golden website. The material dates from 1969-2023.
Max D. Ticktin was a professor at GW from 1978-2015. Prior to 1978, Max Ticktin directed the Hillel Foundation for thirty years at the University of Wisconsin and University of Chicago. These papers include material such as correspondence, class syllabi, lecture notes, assignments and literature compilations.
This collection contains records of the St. Mary's Literary Festival and other literary materials produced and gathered by Michael Glaser (1943-) from 1969-2007. Dr. Michael Glaser was the co-founder and director of the festival, and professor of English at St. Mary's College of Maryland from 1970-2008.
This collection consists of manuscript and lecture notes, and one speech and is dated from 1919-1971. Murray Frank had a varied career that included writing and teaching. Most of his work related to Jewish issues.
Collection contains material accumulated and generated by Richard Peabody, specifically during his tenure as founder, editor and publisher of Paycock Press. The collection primarily consists of reference material, such as community arts promotional literature and literary publications, in which some of Peabody's work appears and which he used as source material for his book. The collection also contains archived versions of the Gargoyle Magazine website.
Wooden Teeth is GW’s premier visual arts and literary student publication, soliciting contributions from GW students, faculty, and staff of both written and visual works. Beginning life in the 1970’s as the Rock Creek Review, Wooden Teeth is now published bi-annually at the end of each spring and fall semester. Material in this collection range in date from 1978-2015.