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Literary File, 1885-1976 (continued)
Prose, circa 1906-1976 (continued)
1970 (continued)
(2 folders)
Wicked Water See also Container 76, same heading
Book jackets and review, 1949, undated
Draft, 1948
(3 folders)
BOX 130 The Work of Saint Francis See also Container 95, "Unseen Witness"
Book jackets, undated
Early draft, 1958
Final draft, 1958
Galleys, annotated pages, 1958
Jacket text, 1958
Untitled novel fragments
Mediterranean setting, military men, circa 1950s
Miscellaneous drafts, 1925-1928
Advice to would-be writers, The Writer, circa 1969
"And the Armies That Remain'd Suffer'd," Esquire, 1945
Anesthetics, experiences with, undated
"The Arm and the Man," undated
Asolo Theater, Sarasota County, Fla., advertising text, 1969
"Assembly of the Saints," Reader's Digest [?], undated
"Battle Royal," Author's League Bulletin, 1946, undated
"The Bird That Belonged to Keats," undated
Blurbs, tributes, and promotional writing, 1954-1976
Books for starting a new society, New York Times Book Review, 1967
"Boss of the Big Stick," True, 1951
"Chatauqua Reminiscences," undated
Christmas story, undated
Civil War recording text, 1958
"A Color Kinder Than Sunshine," 1956
Corbino, John, statement upon his death, Sarasota Herald-Tribune, 1964
"The Day I Met a Lion," Family Weekly, 1963
"Dear Cousin William," McCall's, 1964
"Dear Old Ghost of Mine," Esquire, 1945
BOX 131 "A Dirty Little Job for Dave," Sarasota News, 1957
Dogs and cats, Sarasota Herald-Tribune, 1962-1963, undated
"Dorsey Whittington (An Appreciation)," 1969
"Drama in Real Life," Reader's Digest [?], undated
"Eastbound Train Was Crowded . . . (and so are the westbound, the northbound, the southbound, and every other train in England)," circa 1943
"Fan Mail for Irene," undated
"Fifth Avenue Pick-Up," Reader's Digest, 1945
"First Blood," 1937
"Florida Christmas," Chicago Tribune, 1953
"Foreword," Portrait and Figure Painting, by Jerry Farnsworth, 1962
"Four Score and Seven Years Ago," undated
Frank Phillips, American Weekly, circa 1952-1953
"A Gallant Girl Named Frankie," Reader's Digest, 1966
(2 folders)
"George W. Shadle, 91 Years Old, Was Wounded in Indian Attack," Cedar Rapids Republican, 1927
"George W. Young Witnessed the Return of James Gang by Posse," Cedar Rapids Republican, 1927
"The Ghost of Goldenhurst," True, 1966
"He Fell Out of a B-17 -- and Lived," Saturday Evening Post, 1944
"Her Name Was Grace," Country Gentleman, 1941
"How People Frighten Themselves to Death," 1969-1970
"How to Tell Dirty Stories," Esquire, 1954
BOX 132 "I Remember When," 1950
"The Idea of Singing," World-Sun, New York, N.Y., 1953
"I'll Take Midwestern Cooking," Saturday Evening Post, 1952
Immigration, circa 1955
"Iowa Notes," 1956
"Iowa, Once More and Forever," circa 1930s
"It Takes a Woman's Touch," Perfect Home, undated
"It Was a Rough Mission," undated
"The Larks of April: A Recollection," [1967]
"Letter to a New Novelist," The Writer, 1957
"Letter to a Canine Friend," Family Weekly, 1966
Lincoln College centennial, Lincoln, Ill., 1963
MacArthur, Douglas, statement upon his death, 1964
"A Man Named Murray," 1946
"The Man with No Hands," American Weekly, 1952
"Margaret Leech: Reveille in New York," Book of the Month Club News, 1941
"Mars in Aquarius, Opposed," True, 1949
"Meet My Scoutmaster," Coronet, 1949
Moon landing, statement, Sarasota Herald-Tribune, 1969
"My Memories of the Civil War," The Colophon, undated
"My Most Unforgettable Character," Reader's Digest, 1966
"Not Ashamed of the Gospel," 1969
"Of Fifes and Drums and The Grand Old Men," Reader's Digest, 1967
"Old Dick," Republican National Committee, presidential campaign brochure, 1960
"The Passing of Glenn Young, Last of the Fearless Border Vigilantes," Cedar Rapids Republican, 1927
"The Passing of the Host," undated
"Paul Revere and the Nazi Spies," 1951
"A Pioneer Miller," 1928
Plum Creek, Neb., massacre at, dictation and background material, 1965, undated
"Post Mortem," Free Acres Town Crier, 1933
"Pretty Pictures for Tooey," Esquire, 1946
"Prof. C. W. Perkins of Coe Faculty Worked Among Oil Adventurers in Distant, Romantic Galicia," Cedar Rapids Republican, 1927
BOX 133 Recipes, undated
"Chicago Hot"
"Old Fashioned Tomato Soup"
"Relaxation Is a Holy Thing," Suburbia Today, 1961
Roosevelt, Eleanor, statement upon her death, Sarasota Herald-Tribune, 1962
"Schoolteacher Gray," undated
"Slaughter of the Multitudes," True, 1965
"Smoky Anecdote," undated
"So You're Going to Eat, Drink and Be Merry," New Yorker [?], circa 1940
Spies follow Kantor and U.S. Air Force officers in Western Europe, incomplete draft, undated
Starrett, Vincent, reminiscences for Peter Ruber, 1963
"The Tame Blue Yonder," True, 1951
"Terse Words from the Past," undated
"They Loved Me in Korea," True, 1951
"They Went to the Polls," text for campaign flier, 1932
"This Dread Fate," Air Force, 1947
"A Thought for My Grandchildren," 1957
"Three Score and Seven Years Ago," Chicago Daily News Midweek, 1930
"Troubadour," Collier's, 1944
"True Buys the Drinks," Pierrot, 1943
"Two Cops of the Twenty-third," True, 1950
U. S. Air Force, 1945-1951
"Unusual Experiences," Journal of the American Society for Psychical Research, 1947
"V-J Day -- Plus Five Years," Redbook, 1950
"War-Time Travel in Britain," circa 1943
"We Were a Couple of Kids," 1963
"Why I Believe in Flying Saucers," Popular Science, 1966
"Words to Live by," 1954
BOX 134 Books
But Look, the Morn
Book jacket and reviews, 1951, undated
Draft, 1941-1946
(7 folders)
The Day I Met a Lion (selected articles)
Book jacket, undated
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