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Zanuck, Darryl Francis, 1902-1979
The Zanuck mss., 1935-1951, consist of inter-office correspondence and notes to and from Darryl Francis Zanuck, 1902-1979, producer, and other officials of the Twentieth Century-Fox film studio.
 

7. ZANUCK MSS. II, 1954-1969 10 items (Short Box ALF)

Zanuck, Darryl Francis, 1902-1979
The Zanuck mss. II, ca. 1954-1969, consist of a collection of letters by the Academy Award-winning film producer Darryl F. Zanuck to his wife Virginia Zanuck.
 
Y.W.C.A. Indiana U.
The Indiana University chapter of the Young Women's Christian Association (YWCA) was founded in 1886 by Mrs. Jenny Bryan, sister to future IU president William Lowe Bryan. Open to all interested women in the Bloomington community, the YWCA aimed to encourage the personal development, religious growth, social sensitivity, and civic responsibility of its members. It sought to provide leadership training in the many areas of life and to provide volunteer leaders for community service in Monroe County. This collection consists of various publications, administrative material and financial records created by the organization from 1929 through 1973.
 
Young Men's Christian Association (Indiana University)
The Red Book was a student and faculty directory published annually by the Indiana University Young Men's Christian Association from 1892-1971. In addition to contact information, the books covered a variety of topics over the years, including information about the YMCA and other campus organizations, academic calendars, tips for new students, local business advertisements, and maps of Bloomington and the IU campus.
 
Young, Herrick B. (Herrick Black), 1904-
Herrick B. Young was an Indiana University alumnus, 1925. After leaving IU, Young continued his schooling elsewhere and became an English and literature professor at Alborz College in Tehran, Iran. He later became President of the Western College for Women in Oxford, Ohio, 1954-1969, and served as President of the Near East Foundation, 1972-1976. He was a Fellow of the Royal Geographic Society and the Royal Central Asian Society, and held two honorary doctorates. This collection contains memoirs of Young's travels and scrapbooks and articles written by Young between the 1920s and 1980s. The collection also contains lectures, notes, correspondence, and Young's book, Strange lands and wonderful people.
 

11. Young mss., 1941-1974 9 boxes (8 boxes, 1 oversize)

Young, Harry L.
Consists of prompt scripts, ground plans and elevations, light plots, sound plots and type recordings, property and costume plots, and printed playbills for twenty-seven New York stage productions.
 

12. Grace P. and Bert E. Young papers, 1886-1953 .3 cubic feet (1 box; 1 oversize folder)

Young, Grace Philputt
Bert E. Young and Grace P. Young were both faculty in the Indiana University Department of French and Italian. Bert taught French and served as chair of the department from 1922 until his retirement in 1945. Grace taught French and later Italian from 1917 to her retirement in 1956. She also served as Assistant Dean of Women from 1920 to 1926 and Acting Dean of Women the summer of 1919 and the fall semester of 1923 and 1924. Their papers include diplomas and certificates recognizing Bert's degrees and various academic achievements; Bert's geometry notebook and Grace's class lecture notes on French literature; and personal papers, including photographs and correspondence between Grace and her family.
 
Young, Frederick Charles
The Young, Louisa mss., 1914-1919, consist of World War I correspondence to Louisa (Louie) Young of Bath, England, primarily from her son, Private Fred C. Young, who served with the British Army in India and Mesopotamia.
 

14. Frank N. Young papers, 1930-1995, bulk 1950-1990 15.4 cubic feet (16 boxes)

Young, Frank N.
Frank N. Young was a professor of zoology and biology at Indiana University. His research and teaching interests included ecology, entomology, and parasitology, but much of his work focused specifically on water beetles. Collection consists of correspondence, research files, publications, including his dissertation The water beetles of Florida, committee files, and teaching files.
 
Yellen, Samuel, 1906-1983
The Yellen mss., 1863-1968, consist of the correspondence and writings of Samuel Yellen, 1906-1983, author and professor of English at Indiana University at Bloomington.
 

18. Yeats mss., 1889-1954 109 items

Yeats, W. B., 1865-1939
The Yeats mss., 1889-1954, consists of letters and writings of William Butler Yeats, 1865-1939, and materials about him, collected by Allan Wade, 1881-1955, compiler of A Bibliography of the Writings of W. B. Yeats... (London, 1951), and editor of The Letters of W. B. Yeats... (New York, 1955).
 

19. Wyndham mss., 1813-1841 0.2 linear feet (1 box)

Wyndham, Charles, 1796-1866
The Wyndham mss., 1813-1841, consist of letters from Charles Wyndham, 1796-1866, army officer, to his father, Sir George O'Brien Wyndham, 3rd earl of Egremont, 1751-1837, patron of art; to his sister Charlotte Wyndham, 1795-?; and to his wife Hon. Elizabeth Anne (Hugh) Wyndham, ?-1873.
 
Wylie, Theophilus Adam, 1810-1895.
Theophilus A. Wylie was the cousin of Indiana University's first president Andrew Wylie and spent most of his adult life at IU, beginning in 1836,serving as its librarian, professor, vice president, and at one point, its interim president. Collection consists of Wylie's correspondence, diaries, sermons, drawings, and writings.
 
Wylie family.
The Wylie family represented in this collection are all family members or descendents of Indiana University's first president, Andrew Wylie. Many of the earliest family members were closely associated with the university themselves. The collection includes correspondence, financial records, newspaper clippings, obituaries, academic records, journals, scrapbooks, drawings, and poetry. In addition to family affairs, the collection includes information about Indiana University and Bloomington, Indiana, including land deeds and a 19th century account book from Bloomington's McCalla store.
 
Wylie family
The Wylie family members represented in this collection are all family or in-laws of Andrew Wylie, Jr., eldest son of Indiana University's first president, Andrew Wylie. The collection consists of correspondence written by Andrew Wylie Jr., his father, his wife, his siblings, aunts and uncles. Also included are letters written by Wylie's father-in-law, Daniel Bryan, other members of the Bryan family, and a few from other individuals.
 
Wylie, Boisen and Bradley families
The families represented in this collection are all family members or descendants of Theophilus Adam Wylie of Indiana University. Many of the earliest family members were closely associated with the university themselves. The collection includes legal documents, essays and biographical writings, financial records, business records, newspaper clippings, wedding invitations, academic records, journals, programs and drawings. The collection has been collated together from ephemera discovered amongst correspondence, books from the Theophilus Adam Wylie Library and papers held by Morton Bradley Jr.
 

24. Andrew Wylie papers, 1808-1858, bulk 1828-1851 2.2 cubic feet (3 boxes)

Wylie, Andrew, 1789-1851.
Andrew Wylie assumed the position as the first president of Indiana College in 1829, and he died on 11 November 1851 of pneumonia which he developed after accidentally cutting his leg while chopping wood. This collection consists of Andrew Wylie's personal papers, and includes records documenting Wylie's tenure at Jefferson and Washington Colleges; correspondence with family and professional colleagues; Wylie's sermons, lectures, and writings; bills, contracts, and receipts relating primarily to building and maintaining the family residence; and biographical information on Wylie.
 
Wrubel, Marshal H.
This collection contains the personal papers of Marshal H. Wrubel, Professor of Astronomy at Indiana University. Professor Wrubel was affiliated with the University from 1950 until his death in 1968, and contributed papers to leading scientific publications on various topics such as stellar interiors, stellar atmospheres, and hydromagnetics. This collection houses Wrubel's papers, including correspondence, files on service activities, and research notes. The collection spans 1950 to 1969, although many of his research notes are undated.
 

27. Wright mss., 1878-1907 0.2 linear feet (1 box)

Wright, Thomas, 1859-1936
The Wright mss., 1878-1907, are letters and papers of Thomas Wright, 1859-1936, relating to his The Life of Walter Pater ... (London, Everett & Co., 1907), 2 volumes.
 

28. Parks House publications, 1960-1980 0.8 cubic feet (2 boxes)

Wright Quadrangle (Indiana University, Bloomington). Parks House residents
This collection contains issues of the Parks House Scribe, Scribe-Orifice, and Orifice, which were humor publications created by the male student residents of the Wright Quadrangle on the Indiana University Bloomington campus from 1960 through at least 1980. These publications consisted of simple stapled pages and included content such as campus news, drawings, jokes, and pictures.
 

29. Wright, D. mss., 1955-1967 0.2 linear feet (1 box)

Wright, David John, 1920-1994
The Wright, D. mss., 1955-1967, consist of letters and literary papers of David John Wright, 1920-1994, author. Included are also some letters to Martin Seymour-Smith, 1928-1998, poet.
 

32. Wrage mss., 1957 10 items (1 folio)

Wrage, Klaus, 1891-1971
The Wrage mss., 1957, consist of sketches by Klaus Wrage, 1891-1971, illustrator, upon which some of the block prints in his Dante Blockbuch... [Eutin, am Kellersee], Handabzug- Holmpresse-Klaus Wrage, [1957], are based. (Lilly PQ4303 .W7).
 
Wordsworth, William, 1770-1850
The Wordsworth mss. II, 1848-1909, consist of letters and papers of the family of William Wordsworth, 1770-1850, and their friends. They are concerned chiefly with family matters, financial accounts, and the welfare of Dora Wordsworth, 1858-1934, his granddaughter, after the death of her mother.
 

35. Wordsworth mss. III, 1805-1956 7 items (1 folio)

Wordsworth, William, 1770-1850
The Wordsworth mss. III, 1806-1956, consist of correspondence of William Wordsworth, 1770-1850, and of Mrs. Dorothy (Wordsworth) Dickson; a photograph of a chalk drawing of Wordsworth; and a photograph of Mrs. Dickson.
 

37. Storm mss., 1853-1958 8 linear feet (39 volumes; 2 folders)

Wooley, Elmer Otto, 1883-1964
The Storm mss., 1853-1958, consist of letters and articles of and pertaining to Theodor Storm, 1817-1888, author, assembled by Elmer Otto Wooley, 1883-1964, professor.
 
Wooley, Elmer O. (Elmer Otto)
Elmer Otto Wooley was a professor of German at Indiana University. Collection consists of correspondence and publications. The correspondence consists of two sets of letters compiled and edited by Wooley and presented to Indiana University President Herman B Wells. Two of the publications in the collection are about Theodor Storm, a German poet who greatly interested Wooley.
 

40. Wooley mss., 1862-1865 0.2 linear feet (1 box)

Wooley, Carey A, 1839?-?
The Wooley mss., 1862-1865, comprise a collection of Civil War letters; a diary, January 1-July 11, 1865, and the discharge, July 5, 1865, of Cary A. Wooley, who was born in Ripley County, Indiana, in 1839? and enlisted on August 10, 1862.
 

41. Wood, W. mss., 2007-2008 0.4 linear feet (1 box)

Wood, Willard
The Wood, W. mss. consists of three corrected drafts, 2007, of Jean-Christophe Rufin's Le Parfum d'Adam, as translated by Willard Wood (The Scent of Adam) and a cd with accompanying text files.
 
Woodward, S.C.
The Woodward, S.C. mss., 1767-1961, consist of correspondence, autographs and pictures of actors, actresses, managers, dramatists, musicians, and other persons connected with the theatre from the collection of Sidney C. Woodward, journalist.
 

43. Woodward mss., 1844-1905 0.6 linear feet (2 boxes)

Woodward, John Trotter, 1819-1877
The Woodward mss., 1844-1905, consist of the correspondence of John Trotter Woodward, 1819-1877, physician of Buena Vista, Monroe County, Indiana, with his family and friends, accompanied by related family materials.
 

44. Wood, S. mss., 1898 0.2 linear feet (1 box)

Wood, Stanley L., 1866-1928
The Wood, S. mss., 1898, consist of seven of the eight black and white watercolor illustrations by Stanley Llewellyn Wood, 1866-1928, for the book Convict 99. A True Story of Penal Servitude by Marie C. and Robert Leighton, published by Grant Richards, London, 1898.
 

46. Wood mss., 1862-1923 29 items (13 volumes; 1 folder)

Wood, Hiram, 1819-1878
The Wood mss., 1862-1923, consist of the account books, deeds, etc. of Hiram Wood, 1819-1878, and his son Eugene Waldo Wood, 1848-1925.
 
Woodburn family.
The Woodburn mss. II, ca. 1911-1974, consist of letters and papers of the Woodburn family. The majority of the collection belongs to James Albert Woodburn, 1856-1943, and his son, James Gelston Woodburn, 1894-1980.
 
Woodburn family
The Woodburn family first settled in Bloomington, Indiana, in 1830, having relocated from Chester County, South Carolina. This collection consists of personal correspondence and other material of family members of James Albert Woodburn (1856-1943), a professor of history at Indiana University (1890-1924), including his father James Woodburn, wife Caroline Gelston Woodburn, brothers Walter E. and Theophilus Wylie Woodburn, son James Gelston Woodburn, and granddaughter Janet Wiecking. Collection materials date from 1848-1978 and notably include Caroline Gelston Woodburn's letters describing her experiences as a new member of the Bloomington and Indiana University communities in the early 1890s, and a photocopy of James Gelston Woodburn's diary ("My Trip Abroad"), which documents his trip to Europe in 1911-1912.
 
Women's Faculty Club (Indiana University, Bloomington).
Established on the Indiana University campus in 1923, the Women's Faculty Club's mission was to organize and implement social and cultural events for members. In 1959 the group became part of a new organization called the University Club, which acted as an umbrella organization for four smaller Indiana University clubs, of which the Women's Faculty Club was a part. The collection consists of the constitution, budget records, subject files, meeting minutes, publicity material and programs.
 
Women in Communications, inc. Delta Chapter (Indiana University)
The Woman's Press Club established the Delta Chapter of Theta Sigma Phi at Indiana University in 1913 as a professional sorority for women in journalism. Early on, their aim was to "unite women engaged in or planning to engage in journalism; work to set and achieve definite standards in journalism and letters; and inspire members to greater individual effort." In 1972, the group changed its name to Women in Communications. The collection consists of scrapbooks, event files, newspaper articles, awards, meeting minutes, and other administrative files.
 

54. Boerner mss., 1779-2015 7 linear feet (4 boxes; 5 bound)

Wolzogen, Caroline von, 1763-1847
The Boerner mss., 1779-1828, consist of manuscripts, journals, and correspondence by and relating to German writers Caroline von Wolzogen, Oskar Seidlin, and Friedrich von Schiller, along with related research material from German literary scholar and Goethe researcher Peter Boerner.
 

58. Bernstein mss., 1931-1934 1 Linear Feet (1 folio)

Wolfe, Thomas
The Bernstein mss., 1931-1934, are photostats of correspondence between Thomas Wolfe, 1900-1938, novelist, and Mrs. Aline (Frankau) Bernstein, 1881-1955, stage set designer, and a book review by Wolfe.
 
Wokoun, William
Consists of radio scripts collected by psychologist William Wokoun, 1931-1984. The scripts are mostly for NBC-affiliated, Chicago-based programs and were collected by Wokoun when he worked part-time at the Merchandise Mart in Chicago as a high school and college student.
 
Witte, James G. (James Gardner), 1928-1977.
James G. Witte received a Master of Arts in Economics in 1954 and a Ph.D. in Economics in 1956 from Indiana University. He returned to Indiana University as a professor of economics in 1961, where he remained until his death in 1977. This collection consists primarily of Witte's teaching materials, including lecture notes, course materials, term papers, and student theses; notes on professional conferences he attended, and his writings and research notes.
 

63. Wissing mss., 1994-2016 42.5 linear feet (34 boxes)

Wissing, Douglas A.
The Wissing mss., 1994-2016, consist of the papers of Indiana University alumnus and Bloomington-based journalist Douglas Wissing. The collection includes his freelance articles as well as several book projects, including two books on US aid to Afghanistan.
 
Winther, Oscar Osburn, 1903-1970
In 1937, historian Oscar O. Winther joined the history faculty of Indiana University, where he remained until his death in 1970. Winther's areas of expertise included the Western United States, including the Pacific Northwest. Included in this collection are publications, teaching files, correspondence, and files related to professional activities.
 

67. Winter mss., 1864-1906 0.2 linear feet (1 box)

Winter, William, 1836-1917
The Winter mss., 1864-1906, consist of letters written to drama critic William Winter, 1836-1917, largely from theatrical or theatre-related people.
 

68. Winston mss., ca. 1998-2011 2.5 linear feet (2 boxes)

Winston, Krishna.
The Winston mss., ca. 1998 - 2011, consist of drafts of German literature translations by Krishna Winston, a professor in the German Studies Department at Wesleyan University.
 

69. Winston mss., 1998-2008 30 items (2 boxes)

Winston, Krishna
The Winston mss., ca. 1998 - 2011, consist of drafts of German literature translations by Krishna Winston, a professor in the German Studies Department at Wesleyan University.
 
Wilson, William Edward, 1906-
The Wilson mss., 1891-1983, consists of the papers of William Edward Wilson, 1906-1988, Indiana University James A. Work Professor of English at Bloomington, Indiana, author, and newspaperman.
 
Wilson, Robert Alfred Jump, 1922-
The Wilson, R.A. mss., 1960-2001, consist of the correspondence of bookseller Robert Alfred Jump Wilson,1922-2016, and poet John Wieners, 1934-2002, related to the publishing of Wieners' Ace of Pentacles (Lilly PS3545 .I18 A62) in 1964.
 

75. Wilson, J.S. mss., 1918-1919 0.4 linear feet (1 box)

Wilson, James Sprigg
The Wilson, J.S. mss., 1918-1919, consist of a scrapbook of Colonel James Sprigg Wilson, Chief Surgeon of the American Expeditionary Force in Siberia for a year, relating to that expedition.
 

76. Wilson, H. D. mss., 1969-1992 12 linear feet

Wilson, H. D. (Henry Donald), 1923-2006
The Wilson, H. D. mss., 1969-1992, consist of correspondence, proposals, and other material related to H. Donald Wilson's involvement in the founding and development of LexisNexis.
 
Wilson, George Robert, 1867-1941
The Wilson, G.R. mss., 1913-1941, consist of the papers, manuscripts and Dubois County, Indiana, historical notes, compiled and often illustrated with pen and ink drawings, by teacher, surveyor, and historian George Robert Wilson, 1867-1941.
 

80. Willis mss., 1942-1945 6 folders

Willis, Hugh Evander, 1875-1967
The Willis mss., 1942-1945, consist of letters and documents of Hugh Evander Willis, 1875-1967, professor of law at Indiana University, dealing with Professor Willis' plan for achieving lasting peace through a federation of the world and with his proposals for the constitution of the United Nations.
 
William T. Patten Foundation.
The William T. Patten Foundation was founded at Indiana University in May 1931 by Indiana University alumnus William T. Patten. The Foundation hosts scholars from various institutions and disciplines to give lectures in his/her area of expertise. This collection contains files on each scholar who has assumed the role of Patten Lecturer since 1968. The files include recommendations from IU faculty to the Patten Committee, programs, and correspondence, as well as some audio and video recordings of the lectures.
 
William T. Morgan, Professor of History
William T. Morgan was a professor of history at Indiana University from 1919-1946. This collection includes typescript and handwritten essays by Morgan and other authors on pedagogy and the state of higher education; various annotated resources and notes related to Morgan's research on British history and educational practice; and a small amount of correspondence.
 

83. Calas mss., 1939-1945 26 items (1 folder)

Williams, William Carlos, 1883-1963
The Calas mss., 1939-1945 and 1967, consist of letters from William Carlos Williams, 1883-1963, poet, to Nicolas Calas, 1907-1989, art critic and educator. The material deals primarily with Williams' appraisal of Calas' critical writing and its effect on Williams' own work.
 
Williams, William Carlos, 1883-1963
The Williams, W.C. mss. II, 1913-1978, consist of letters from poet William Carlos Williams, 1883-1963, to his son William Eric Williams, 1914-1995, most of which were written while William Eric was a college student, and of letters to Williams's widow, Florence (Herman) Williams, 1890-1976, or to his publisher at New Directions Press, James Laughlin, 1914- , pertaining to requests for Williams material by editors and researchers.
 
Williams, William Carlos, 1883-1963
The Williams, W.C. mss., 1909-1955, consist of letters from poet William Carlos Williams, 1883-1963, to his wife Florence (Herman) Williams, 1890-1976, during their courtship years and those periods of separation caused by travel or hospitalization.
 

88. Williams, R. mss., 1862-1866 0.2 linear feet (1 box)

Williams, Rudolph, 1844?-?
The Williams, R. mss., 1862-1866, are Civil War letters to and from Rudolph Williams, 1844?- , and William H. Rudulph, 1840?- , both of whom served in Company K, 111th regiment, Ohio infantry.
 
Williams, Oscar, 1900-1964
The Williams, Oscar mss., 1920-1966, consists primarily of correspondence, 1927-1966, notebooks, agreements, anthology material, poetry, and financial records of American poet and anthologist, Oscar Williams.
 
Williamson, Henry, 1895-1977
The Williamson, H. mss., 1924-1956, are letters from Henry Williamson, 1895-1977, author of Shallowford, North Devon, England, to Ann Thomas; writings by Williamson, and a Synopsis of the Years, 1931-1948, by Ann Thomas.
 

91. Williamson mss., 1885-1940 0.4 linear feet (1 box)

Williamson, George Charles, 1885-1940
The Williamson mss., 1885-1940, consist of correspondence and papers of George Charles Williamson, 1858-1942, author, relating to the Sette of Odd Volumes, a London society of which Williamson was a member.
 
Williams, Kenneth P. (Kenneth Powers), 1887-1958.
The Williams, K.P. mss., 1820-1958, consists of letters and papers of Kenneth Powers Williams, 1887-1958, professor of mathematics at Indiana University and author of Lincoln Finds a General.
 
Williams, Kenneth P. (Kenneth Powers), 1887-1958.
Williams taught mathematics at Indiana University for nearly 50 years however, he was best known for his multi-volume work, Lincoln Finds a General, 1949. Williams was also the first commander of the Student Army Training Corps, later to be known as The Reserve Officers Training Corps (ROTC) at Indiana University.
 
Williams, Jonathan, 1750-1815.
The Williams, Jonathan mss., 1738-1869, consist of letters and papers of Jonathan Williams, 1750-1815, merchant and soldier, grand-nephew of Benjamin Franklin and first superintendent of the U.S. Military Academy at West Point.
 

96. The William Siegmann Collection, 1932-2007 34.5 cubic feet; (35 records cartons)

William Siegmann
William Siegmann was the leading expert on the arts in Liberia and Sierra Leone. His collection contains an exhaustive lists of resources, both primary and secondary, pertaining to the arts, culture, language, and history of Liberia and Sierra Leone. Also included are materials from his various projects, espeically those from his "Aesthetics of Power: African Art Along the Windward Coast." Correspondence with various museums and universities, personal and teaching materials are also in this collection.
 

97. Williams-Kuhn mss., 1921-1932 9 items (1 folio)

Williams, Gaar, 1880-1935
The Williams - Kuhn mss., 1921-1932, are the pen and ink cartoons of Gaar Williams, 1880-1935, and Charles H. Kuhn, 1892-1989, both cartoonists for The Indianapolis News at one time.
 
Williams, Camilla, 1919-2012.
Camilla Williams was an internationally acclaimed soprano opera vocalist who broke racial bias barriers in society as well as professionally. Miss Williams came to Indiana University in 1977 as a professor of voice at the Jacobs School of Music. The collection contains performance posters, correspondence, clippings about her career and former student's accomplishments, photographs, awards, plaques, and scrapbooks.