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7. Crist mss., 1861-1865 1 Box (1 standard)

The Crist mss., 1861-1865, consists of letters to Barbara Ellen Crist, chiefly from her brother, Milton C. Crist, 1838-1864, and her future husband, John Erastus Lane, 1837-1893, both of whom were soldiers with the Ohio Volunteer Infantry during the Civil War.

12. Dubin mss., 1923-1953 5 Boxes (5 standard)

The Dubin mss., 1923-1953, consists of manuscript, mimeographed, and printed materials collected by Martin Dubin in connection with the preparation of his Ph.D. dissertation in the Department of Government, Indiana University.

13. Cooper mss. III, 1927-1980 1 Box (1 standard)

The Cooper mss. III, circa 1927-1980, consists of letters, photographs, and memorabilia such as plaques and resolutions, of and relating to journalist and Associated Press Director Kent Cooper, 1880-1965.
​The Ferguson mss., 1864-1929, consists of a collection of letters to Charles Eugene Ferguson, 1856-1945, a physician of Indianapolis, Indiana, and a member of the Indiana University School of Medicine faculty.

19. Fess mss., 1800-1900 1 folio

The Fess mss. consists of nineteen black and white undated photographs of paintings by artist Theodore Clement Steele, 1847-1926, and one of his studio in Brown County, Indiana. The photographs were made by Frank Michael Hohenberger, 1876-1963, also of Brown County, Indiana.
The Forman mss., 1885-1887, are those cards and letters sent to Harry Buxton Forman, 1842-1917, editor, who at this time lived at 46 Marborough Hill, St. John's Wood, London. Written by Ford Madox Brown, 1821-1893, painter, and John Pollard Seddon, 1827-1906, art critic.

24. Forster mss., 1920-1935 1 Box (1 standard)

The Forster mss., 1920-1935, consists of correspondence of Edward Morgan Forster, 1879-1970, novelist, with authors, editors, and publishers about his publications and literary figures.

25. Form mss., 1915-1920 1 folio

Form mss., 1915-1920, consist of drawings, etchings, and one letter related to the periodical Form: a quarterly of the Arts, edited by Austin O. Spare and Francis Marsden, published in London by John Lane (April, 1916) and Form: a monthly magazine of the Arts, edited by Austin O. Spare and W. H. Davies, published by The Morland Press, London (Oct.- Dec., 1921).

32. Gissing mss., 1863-1958 5 Boxes (5 standard)

The Gissing mss., 1863-1958, consist of correspondence, financial records, writings, photographs, and miscellaneous materials by and about writer George Robert Gissing, 1857-1903.
The Gilbert mss. II, 1931-1954, consists primarily of the correspondence between Carroll Atwood Wilson, 1886-1947, lawyer and collector of Gilbert and Sullivan materials, and Townley Searle, Gilbert bibliographer of London, England, concerning the sale and collecting of items relating to Gilbert and Sullivan operas.
The Gilmour mss., 1957-1971, consists of correspondence of John Scott Lennox Gilmour, 1906-1986, director of the University Botanic Garden, Cambridge [England] and president of the Cambridge Humanists.

38. Hahn mss. II, 1942-1943 0.1 Linear Feet (1 folio)

The Hahn mss. II, 1942-1943, consists of correspondence urging the U.S. Government to place the name of author Emily Hahn, 1905-1997, on the list of American correspondents in Japan and Japanese-held territories to be exchanged for Japanese journalists in the United States.
​The Duval, K. D. mss., 1973-1976, consists chiefly of the correspondence between Kulgin Dalby Duval, bookseller, and 23 British bookbinders commissioned by him to produce original bindings for a catalogue and exhibition: British Bookbinding Today.

47. Eastman, A.F. mss., 1896-1956 2 Boxes (2 standard)

​The Eastman, A.F. mss., 1896-1956, consists of the correspondence of Anstice Ford Eastman, 1878-1937, surgeon, with his mother, Annis Bertha (Ford) Eastman, 1852-1910, minister; his father, Samuel Elijah Eastman, 1846-1925, clergyman; his sister, Crystal Eastman, 1881-1928, lawyer; and his brother, Max Eastman, 1882-1969, author.