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Zukofsky mss., 1928-1933

1 Box (1 standard) Collection ID: LMC 2106
The Zukofsky mss., 1928-1933, consist of letters and writings of Louis Zukofsky, 1904-1978, poet.

The David Zuber Collection, 1989-2004

1 cubic foot; (1 records carton) Collection ID: IULC014
The materials in the David Zuber Collection include reports, newsletters, and news clippings from various agencies.

Zenith mss., 1985-2004

1 Box (1 standard) Collection ID: LMC 2614
The Zenith mss. consists of the correspondence and manuscripts of translations from the Portuguese, ca. 1999-2004, of Richard Zenith.

Zelazny mss., 1966-1976

1 folio Collection ID: LMC 2109
The Zelazny mss., 1966-1976, consist of the letters of science fiction writer Roger Zelazny, 1937- , to editors at Doubleday and Company.

Zarifopol-Johnston mss., 1988-2008

4 Boxes (4 standard) Collection ID: LMC 2492
The Zarifopol-Johnston mss., 1988-2008, consists of translator Ilinca Zarifopol-Johnston's research and writings on the Romanian philosopher E. M. Cioran.

ZANUCK MSS. II, 1954-1969

1 Folder Collection ID: LMC 2802
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 mss., 1935-1951

1 folio Collection ID: LMC2108
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.

Indiana University Young Women's Christian Association records, 1898-1973, bulk 1960-1973

5.4 cubic feet (6 boxes) Collection ID: C341
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, financial records, and scrapbooks created by the organization from 1903 through 1973.

Youth Service America Records, 1980-2017

23 cubic feet (21 cartons, 1 flat box, 1 oversized folder) Collection ID: MSS143
Youth Service America (YSA) was founded in 1986 as an independent, not-for-profit organization that has led the charge on creating, supporting, and promoting national and community service programs. Formed to strength the effectiveness, sustainability, and scale of the youth service and service-learning fields, Youth Service America is a resource center that partners with thousands of organizations committed to increasing the quality and quantity of volunteer opportunities for young people in America to serve locally, nationally, and globally. Current and former programming created to promote service and solve social and environmental problems include: National Youth Service Day and Global Youth Service Day, New Generation Training Program, Fund for Social Entrepreneurs, National Service SuperConference, Working Group on National and Community Service Policy, and SERVEnet.

Indiana University YMCA Red Book collection, 1892-1971

6 cubic feet (15 boxes) Collection ID: C330
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.

Herrick B. Young papers, 1925-1984, bulk 1935-1970

2.8 cubic feet 4 boxes Collection ID: C109
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.

Young mss., 1941-1974

9 Boxes (8 standard, 1 custom) Collection ID: LMC 1843
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.

Grace P. and Bert E. Young papers, 1886-1953

.3 cubic feet (1 box; 1 oversize folder) Collection ID: C678
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, Louisa mss., 1914-1919

2 Boxes Collection ID: LMC 2965
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.

Frank N. Young papers, 1930-1995, bulk 1950-1990

15.4 cubic feet (16 boxes) Collection ID: C153
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.

Young, David mss., circa 1980-circa 1990

1 Box (1 standard) Collection ID: LMC 2702
Young, David mss., circa. 1980s-1990s, consist of the papers of American poet and literary translator David Young 1936-.

Yellen mss., 1863-1968

3 Boxes (2 standard, 1 custom) Collection ID: LMC 2104
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.

Jackson, S.B. mss., 1922-1924

1 folio Collection ID: LMC 1549
The Jackson, S.B. mss., 1922-1924, consists of letters from poet William Butler Yeats, 1865-1939, to Schuyler B. Jackson.

Yeats mss., 1889-1954

1 folio (oversize) Collection ID: LMC 2105
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).

Adam Yarmolinsky Papers, 1973-1977

0.8 cubic feet (2 Document boxes) Collection ID: MSS026
In 1973, the Commission on Private Philanthropy and Public Needs was formed to study the relationships between foundations, the government, and the public. To meet the needs of this study the Commission contracted with several individuals to do research and write papers. Adam Yarmolinsky served as both a researcher/author and a special consultant to the Commission. This collection includes the correspondence and papers of Adam Yarmolinsky related to his service to the Commission on Private Philanthropy and Public Needs.