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5. 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.
 
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. 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.
 
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.
 
Willbern, York Y.
York Willbern began his career at Indiana University in 1957 when he was named Professor of Government and director of the Bureau of Government Research. He was one of the founders of the School of Public and Environmental Affairs (SPEA) at Indiana University, and was an accomplished scholar and author of many books and articles on the subjects of cities, public policy-making, urban planning and education for governmental administrative careers. This collection includes correspondence, writings, teaching files, project files, and records on a variety of subjects related to York Willbern's career and interests, including papers related to his book The Withering Away of the City, files on the American Political Science Association, and university committees such as the Urban Studies Committee.
 
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.
 

13. 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).
 

15. X mss., 1928-1961 2 boxes

The X mss., 1928-1961, (principally 1959-1961), consist of the office files of X: A Quarterly Review, edited by David John Wright and Patrick Swift and published by Barrie and Rockliff, London, England, vol. I, no. 1, November 1959 to vol. II, no. 2, August 1961, inclusive.
 

16. 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.
 

17. Wylie, F. mss., 1946-1991 0.2 linear feet (1 box)

Lockridge, Ross, 1914-1948
The Wylie, F. mss., 1946-1948, 1969-1974, and 1989-1991, consist primarily of letters from Ross Lockridge, 1914-1948, author, to Francis Ernest Wylie, 1905-?, journalist.
 
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.
 

23. 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.
 

24. 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.
 

27. 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).
 

29. 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.
 
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.
 

32. 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.
 

34. 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.
 

36. 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.
 

38. 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.
 

39. 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.
 
The Woodburn mss., 1795-1942, consist of letters and papers of four generations of the Woodburn family, James Woodburn, 1748-1812, farmer; Dorrance Beatty Woodburn, 1786- 1856, farmer and teacher; James Woodburn, 1817-1865, teacher; and James Albert Woodburn, 1856-1943, historian.
 
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.
 

44. Women's History, 1977-1980 6 interviews

Indiana University Center for the Study of History and Memory
Interviews include discussion of the Equal Rights Amendment, the women's movement, politics, civic affairs, and the Nineteenth Amendment. Most interviewees were born during the 1930s and discussed their involvement in Bloomington, Indiana from the 1940s-1970s.
 
American Folklore Society.
The Women in Folklore (WIF) Oral History Project was a centennial initiative of the women's section of the American Folklore Society. The project aimed to capture the experience of women folklorists across the country. Mary Ellen Brown, Professor of Folklore at IU, organized the project and donated the interviews in her possession to the IU Folklore Archives in 2000. The project was physically housed at the Oral History Research Center, now part of the Indiana University Center for Documentary Research and Practice, and coordinated by a graduate assistant in folklore. Interviewees include Edith Fowke, Eleanor Long, Helen Creighton, Linda Degh, Shirley Arora, Thelma James, Eleanor Long, and Frances Cattermole-Tally. The collection contains correspondence, project information, transcriptions, and audio recordings of interviews, primarily on cassette tapes.
 
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.