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Descriptive Summary

Biographical Note

Scope and Contents

Organization

Restrictions

Index Terms

Related Material

Separated Material

Administrative Information

Note to the Researcher

Description of Series

Series I. American Literary Realism, 1870-1910 (ALR)

Series II. Modern Language Association (MLA), 1967-1980

Series III. American Studies, 1956-1969

Series IV. Miscellaneous (MISC.), 1936-1980

Series V. Harris Merton Lyon (1883-1916), 1906-1971

Series VI. Eichelberger Publications, 1968-1983

Series VII. University of Texas at Arlington (UTA), 1958-1977

University of Texas Arlington

Clayton Eichelberger Papers:

A Guide



Descriptive Summary

Creator: Eichelberger, Clayton.
Title: Clayton Eichelberger Papers
Inclusive Dates: 1906-1986
Bulk Dates: 1967-1986
Abstract: Clayton Eichelberger, born at Strang, Nebraska on May 3, 1925, received his B.A. from the University of Colorado, where he earned his M.A. degree in 1950. During 1950-1952, he was a sergeant major in the United States Army. Eichelberger received his Ph.D. in 1956 from the University of Texas at Austin, and joined the English faculty of Arlington State College (now the University of Texas at Arlington) as an Associate Professor. He was appointed Professor of American Literature in 1960, a position he held until his retirement in the late l980s. The papers include correspondence, articles, revisions, legal documents, illustrations, minutes, memoranda, fiction, manuscripts, and publications. These materials pertain primarily to American Literary Realism, 1870-1910. The bulk of the collection centers around correspondence concerning editing and publishing of American Literary Realism, 1870-1910, covering 1967 through 1986, including famous literary critics such as Warren French, Donald Pizer, Leslie Fiedler, Adeline Tintner, and others.
Identification: AR391
Extent: 7.4 linear ft.
Language: Materials are in English.
Repository: Special Collections, The University of Texas at Arlington Library

Biographical Note

Professor Emeritus Clayton Eichelberger was born at Strang, Nebraska, on May 3, 1925, to Joel V. and Katie Lauber Eichelberger. He married Nancy Houston and is father to Julie, Joel, and Jon. In 1949 he received his B.A. from the University of Colorado, where he earned his M.A. degree in 1950. During 1950-1952, he was a Sergeant Major in the United States Army. Then, resuming what was to become a very active academic life, Clayton Eichelberger received his Ph.D. in 1956 from the University of Texas at Austin. Professor Eichelberger joined the English faculty of Arlington State College (now the University of Texas at Arlington) in 1956 as an Associate Professor. He was honored by appointment as Professor of American Literature in 1960, a position he held until his retirement in the late 1980s.

Professor Eichelberger created one of the most prestigious literary journals of his time, American Literary Realism, 1870-1910, publishing the first issue in 1967 and remaining as editor until the journal was transfered to the University of New Mexico in 1986, pending Eichelberger's own retirement. This journal embodied the best of learning as a process of enrichment, examining texts and materials of both well-known writers like Twain, Dreiser, or Howells, and much less well-known creators such as Sarah Orne Jewett, John William De Forest, George Washington Cable, and many, many others. In a true spirit of scholarship, this journal's raison d'etre was to extend existing horizons of learning, and its success was truly admirable. The best and best-known critics of this literary period--people of the academic caliber of Warren French, Donald Pizer, Adeline Tintner, and many others--graced its pages with ongoing research. The work of this scholarly publication brought Professor Eichelberger into contact with the foremost scholars of his time in late nineteenth-century and early twentieth-century American literary studies. His correspondence with them offers a candid view of their work, with its rewards and frustrations.

Not only did Professor Eichelberger create and edit this journal, but he was singularly instrumental in creating a section in the Modern Language Association, Group III, that focused on the particular literary area of his interest, late nineteenth-century and early twentieth-century American literature. At this time the Modern Language Association did not have the multiple sections and subdivisions that adorn its present structure, so this focus was extremely important in creating contacts for scholars. Furthermore, as a result of this work, another section for early twentieth-century American literature, Group IV, was eventually formed, helping MLA to become a vital force for exchanges of ideas and information.

Professor Eichelberger's career coincided with the heyday of American literary studies, at a time when American literature was not subsumed by rhetorical or critical approaches. Most academic departments covered major writers, but part of the very great service this journal provided was an opportunity to examine many writers whose careers were usually passed over in general courses, such as George Washington Cable, Harold Frederic, Sarah Orne Jewett, John William De Forest, Edgar W. Howe, Joseph Kirkland, and many others.

Despite extensive obligations on his time as both an editor and a researcher of his own work, Professor Eichelberger was active in university service. He served on committees that helped shape the future growth of the school, contributing countless hours in an already-busy schedule to help upgrade both the status and scope of the university library, student studies, and research support programs.

Professor Eichelberger also managed to publish in many academic journals, including Papers of the Bibliographic Society, Georgia Review, American Quarterly, Journal of Popular Culture, and American Literary Review. In 1971 in published A Guide to Critical Reviews of U. S. Fiction, 1870-1910 (V. I, 1971 and V. II in 1974). In 1976 he published William Dean Howells Through 1920: A Research Bibliography. The year 1976 also saw publication of a work he edited, Harper's Lost Reviews, the Literary Notes by Lawrence Hutton, John Kendrick Bangs, and others.

Professor Eichelberger's career was a fusion of the finest elements of scholarship and devotion to his field of research. As an editor and scholar he was in communication with people who helped to establish the structure of American literary studies for the areas covered. His correspondence and records of the journal he established are a true treasure trove for anyone interested in American literary studies, in the development of the Modern Language Association, and the unpublished commentary of some of America's best literary critics.

Sources:

  • Directory of American Scholars. Lancaster, Pa.: Science P, 1942.
  • Contemporary Authors. V. 41-44. 1st. rev. Detroit: Gale Research, 1979.
  • AR391, Clayton Eichelberger Papers. University of Texas at Arlington Libraries Special Collections. (Specifically, refer to Box 10, Folder 9, which contains a vita that is comprehensive through 1975.)

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Scope and Contents

The Clayton Eichelberger Papers represent an extraordinary resource. The extensive correspondence between Eichelberger and many of America's best-known literary scholars represents a fairly unique record of what constituted research criteria, difficulties, and rewards in this time period, from the mid-1960s through the mid-1980s. For Henry James students, Leon Edel explains why he is too busy to do something, and Adeline Tintner writes about a work in progress. Scholars from Warren French, Leslie Fiedler, Donald Pizer, Louis Rubin, Michael Millgate, and many, many more all write--with great candor--about the vicissitudes and victories of research, of interests, and about what motivated them all, namely love of literature and an abiding fascination with the details of creation.

For any student of literature, literary criticism, literary journals, or the politics of academia, this collection offers a unique opportunity to view without blinders what constituted the reality of the 1960s and 1970s in academia. This time period was truly a heyday of American literary studies and love of subject is evident in the work of most contributors to this journal--and to those who worked on it--presenting a real tribute to the pleasure of learning for its own sake. This reason alone rewards those who peruse this collection.

The heart of this holding is in Series I. American Literary Realism, 1870-1910 (ALR), 1966-1986. Divided into five subseries and arranged chronologically within each subseries, (ALR) Correspondence, (ALR) Journal, (ALR) Staffing, (ALR) Organization, and (ALR) Card Catalog, each subseries focuses on a different aspect of what made up the work of creating an academic publication. (ALR) Correspondence covers roughly twenty years--from 1966-1986--and starts at the beginning, when Professor Eichelberger first contacted others and began to implement his idea for a literary journal that would provide up-to-date bibliographical information for research. From its early correspondence to the last days of its publication, this correspondence is an archive in itself, full of candid commentary by some of the foremost scholars of the day in the area of late nineteenth-century and early twentieth-century American literary studies. (ALR) Journal covers the publication process itself, with its main focus on specific manuscripts and revisions and changes that relate to what became the finished text. In this category five sections delineate the areas covered: (A.) Journal Publications contains specific references to what became final issues; (B.) Assignments and Book Reviews details specific requested commentary and book reviews, with relevant correspondence; (C.) Background Materials for Publications provides many kinds of materials--permission to use copyrighted material (usually submitted by authors prior to publications of their own writings), manuscripts, illustrations, correspondence about particular questions and problems--and a general overview of many aspects of what made publishing a complex process; (D.) Technical Materials has legal permissions and one finished proof; and (E.) Materials Not Used in Journal is a collection of both unsolicited, unaccepted manuscripts and also an assortment of materials that, however interesting, just did not fit needed publishing guidelines of the moment and were set aside.

Series II. Modern Language Association (MLA), 1967-1980, is arranged chronologically and depicts the world of academic organization at its national level and the complex process of adding Group III, which Professor Eichelberger instigated. This took over a year and entailed letters of support from respected academics, required examination of MLA rules, and, above all, required perseverance to finalize. Implementation of Group III, covering late nineteenth-century and early twentieth-century American literature, paved the way for the formation of Group IV, devoted to early twentieth-century American literary studies. From these MLA meetings came the basis for many papers published in the journal and the meetings often served as an annual forum to discuss ideas, such as the 1972 meeting, which examined the relevance of terms such as "realism" and "naturalism" in critical commentaries.

Series III. American Studies, 1957-1969, looks at the growth of an association devoted strictly to American materials. Arranged chronologically, this series contains several newsletters, as well as several annual directories for the American Studies Association of Texas, so it is an excellent overview of growth of the organization at both national and regional levels.

Series IV. Miscellaneous (MISC.), 1936-1980, arranged chronologically, is a fascinating look at what accumulated in the drawers and boxes of a journal over a twenty-year period. Manuscripts, illustrations, announcements, programs, brochures, assorted publications, and various publishers' materials all illustrate both the range of literary interests that sometimes intersected in this journal office and also demonstrate a little of the look of the time in publications' formats. Of especial interest in this group is a 1936 anthology of African-American poetry, retained by Professor Eichelerger long before this became a national area of academic research.

Series V. Harris Merton Lyon (1883-1916), 1906-197l, is a long look at a very interesting writer. This series, arranged chronologically by short story, contains an unpublished master's thesis by Jean Saxe, directed by Dr. Eichelberger; a facsimile of a novel by Lyon, Sardonicus (published in 1909); sixty-three short stories; and one critical commentary. The stories appeared in popular magazines between about 1906 and 1921, with most of them appearing before 1916, the time of the thirty-three-year-old author's death. The stories are a delight to read, a step back to what seems a more innocent and more literate time period in American letters.

Series VI. Eichelberger Publications, 1968-1983, arranged chronologically, provides an overview of Professor Eichelberger's own publications, from original manuscript to final proofs, including royalty statements, travel fund requests, and correspondence specifically involving his own extensive research interests. Publishing processes are often done with computers and discs now, but the long labor of research here evident still reflects how much work goes into making a valuable reference.

Series VII. University of Texas at Arlington (UTA), 1958-1977, examines three areas of growth with which Professor Eichelberger was particularly concerned. UTA I. briefly looks at implementing honors English programs for incoming freshmen; it is arranged chronologically into 3 subseries; UTA II. is an extensive overview of how library personnel and library functions were upgraded to meet the needs of a college that grew into a university; UTA III. examines kinds of institutional research funding that helped finance both ALR and researches of Professor Eichelblerger, as well as researches of other faculty members.

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Organization

The Clayton Eichelberger Papers are arranged in seven series, with five subseries in Series I, three subseries in Series VII, and five sections under Subseries II of Series I.
Series I. American Literary Realism, 1870-1910 (ALR), 1966-1986. 4.2 linear ft. (10.25 document boxes--three card catalog boxes--, 185 folders)
Series II. Modern Language Association (MLA), 1967-1980. 0.33 linear ft. (46 folders)
Series III. American Studies, 1956-1969. 0.2 linear ft. (31 folders)
Series IV. Miscellaneous (MISC.), 1936-1980. 0.2 linear ft. (23 folders)
Series V. Harris Merton Lyon (1883-1916), 1906-1971. 0.25 linear ft. (66 folders)
Series VI. Eichelberger Publications, 1972-1983. 0.5 linear ft. (23 folders)
Series VII. University of Texas at Arlington (UTA), 1958-1977. 0.25 linear ft. (42 folders)

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Restrictions

Access

Open for research.

Literary Rights Statement

Permission to publish, reproduce, distribute, or use by any and all other current or future developed methods or procedures must be obtained in writing from Special Collections, The University of Texas at Arlington Library. All rights are reserved and retained regardless of current or future development or laws that may apply to fair use standards.

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Index Terms

These materials are indexed under the following headings in the catalog of The University of Texas at Arlington Library. Researchers desiring materials about related topics, persons or places should search the catalog using these headings.
Alternate Titles
University Archives

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Related Material

Eichelberger, Clayon L. A Guide to Critical Reviews of United States Fiction, 1870-1910. Metuchen, N.J., Scarecrow Press, 1971.

Eichelberger, Clayon L. Published Comment on William Dean Howells through 1920 : a Research Bibliography. Boston : G. K. Hall, approximately 1976.

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Separated Material

No materials were removed except for vouchers, invoices, and receipts that would be available in the University of Texas at Arlington fiscal files.

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Administrative Information

Citation

Clayton Eichelberger Papers, AR391, Box Number, Folder Number, Special Collections, The University of Texas at Arlington Library.

Acquisition

Gift, 1989.

Accessioned as number 89-6.

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 Note to the Researcher 

What is most unusual about this collection is the extensive and candid correspondence between American literary researchers who were at the top of their respective fields. Leon Edel is too busy, Adeline Tintner rewrites a James piece, and Leslie Fiedler stalls on submitting a written paper. For lovers of American literature this correspondence is a very human picture of people usually known only through finished publications, and is indeed fascinating. Also, Professor Eichelberger's unflagging focus on works of lesser-known American writers--such as Sarah Orne Jewett, George Washington Cable, Harold Frederic, John William De Forest, and many others--is an important contribution.

Each series has something special to offer. For example, the Harris Merton Lyon file gathers highly readable and entertaining fiction from many magazines, over a period of several years, into one, easy-to-find location. Series IV. Miscellaneous is a truly fascinating glimpse at the world behind publishing, as are several other sections, but this series offers a varied composite of many interesting things that crossed the editor's desk. Each one has something to give, depending on a reader's interests.

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Container List

 

Series I. American Literary Realism, 1870-1910 (ALR), 1966-1986
Extent 4.2 linear ft. (10.25 document boxes; three card catalog boxes; 185 folders).

Five subseries: (ALR) General Correspondence, 1966-1986; (ALR) Journal, 1966-1986; (ALR) Staffing, 1966-1977; (ALR) Organization, 1967-1976; and (ALR) Card Catalog, n.d. Subseries II, (ALR) Journal, also has five sub-subseries covering: (A.) Journal Publications; (B.) Assignments and Book Reviews; (C.) Background Materials for Publications; (D.) Technical Materials; and (E.) Materials Not Used in Journal. Arranged chronologically. Correspondence, journal materials, staffing, organization.
Subseries A. ALR-General Correspondence, 1966-1986
Box Folder
1 1 General Correspondence from ALR, 1966-1969; 15 Dec. 1966 through 15 Dec. 1969
2 General Correspondence from ALR, 1970; 12 Jan. 1970 through 10 Dec. 1970
3 General Correspondence from ALR, 1971; 4 Jan. 1971 through 13 Dec. 1971
4 General Correspondence from ALR, 1972-1978; 6 Jan. 1972 through 16 Jan. 1978
5 General Correspondence to ALR, 1967-1969; 8 Jan. 1967 through 31 Dec. 1969
6 General Correspondence to ALR, 1970; 10 Jan. 1970 through 31 Dec. 1970
7 General Correspondence to ALR, 1971; 3 Jan. 1971 through 10 May 1971
Box Folder
2 1 General Correspondence to ALR, 1971; 12 May 1971 through 23 Dec. 1971
2 General Correspondence to ALR, 1972-1973; 21 Jan. 1972 through 12 Dec. 1973
3 General Correspondence to ALR, 1974 2 Jan. 1974 through 26 Dec. 1974
4 General Correspondence to ALR, 1975-1097; 3 Jan. 1975 through 11 Oct. 1977
Subseries B. ALR-Journal, 1966-1986
Sub-subseries 1 .Journal Publications
Box Folder
2 5 Journal-V.1, No. 1, Fall, 1967; Mss./1st. publication
6 Journal-Frederic Issue, 1967-1968; Correspondence from ALR, 9 Feb. 1967 through 18 Dec. 1967
7 Journal-Frederic Issue, 1967-1968; Correspondence to ALR, 25 Jan. 1967 through 27 May 1968
Box Folder
3 1 Journal-Frederic, No. 2, Spring 1968; Cover
2 Journal-No. 3, Summer 1968; Correspondence from ALR, 23 Jan. 1967 through 1 Jul. 1968
3 Journal-No. 3, Summer 1968; Correspondence to ALR, 20 Jan. 1967 through 11 Mar. 1968
4 Journal-V. 2, No. 2, Summer 1969; Correspondence from ALR, 5 Jan. 1968 through 7 Jul. 1969
5 Journal-V. 2, No. 2, Summer 1969; Correspondence to ALR, 19 Apr. 1969 through 20 Oct. 1969
6 Journal-V. 2, No. 3, Cover, Fall 1969
7 Journal-V. 3, No. 1, Winter 1970;
Notes (incl. list of annotators)
8 Journal-V. 3, No. 2, Spring 1970; Correspondence from ALR, 7 Jun. 1967 through 27 Aug. 1970
9 Journal-V. 3, No. 2, Spring 1970; Correspondence to ALR, 5 May 1967 through 14 Feb. 1970
10 Journal-V. 3, No. 2 (Harold Frederic), 1970; Reviews
11 Journal-V. 3, No. 3 (Hamlin Garland), undated; Annotators
12 Journal-V. 4 issue, Fall, 1968
13 Journal-V. 5, No. 1, Winter 1972; Correspondence from ALR, 11 May 1970 through 17 Jan. 1972
14 Journal-V. 5, No. 1, Winter 1972; Correspondence to ALR, 13 Mar. 1971 through 26 Jan. 1972
15 Journal-V. 5, No. 2, Spring 1972; Correspondence from ALR, 7 May 1971 through 26 Apr. 1972
16 Journal-V. 5, No. 2, Spring 1972; Correspondence to ALR, 1 Jan. 1971 through 4 Dec. 1972
17 Journal-V. 5, Nos. 3 & 4 (Bret Harte), Summer/Fall 1972 Correspondence from ALR, 8 Sept. 1971 through 28 Aug. 1972
18 Journal-V. 5, Nos. 3 & 4 (Bret Harte), Summer/Fall 1972; Correspondence to ALR, 12 Mar. 1970 through 8 May 1972
Box Folder
4 1 Journal-V. 5, Nos. 3 & 4 (Bret Harte), Summer/Fall 1972; Correspondence to ALR, 6 Jun. 1972 through 12 Dec. 1972
2 Journal-Patrick Morrow (Mss.), 1972; Article on Bret Harte
3 Journal-V. 6, No. 1, Winter 1973; MLA papers slated for publication
4 Journal-V. 6, No. 4, Fall 1973; Correspondence from ALR, 21 Jun. 1972 through 30 Jan. 1974
5 Journal-V. 6, No. 4, Fall 1973; Correspondence to ALR, 5 May 1972 through 19 Jul. 1975
6 Journal-V. 7, No. 1, 1972-1974; Correspondence from ALR, 17 Apr. 1972 through 15 Feb. 1974
7 Journal-V. 7, No. 1, 1972-1974; Correspondence to ALR, 3 Jan. 1972 through 1 May 1974
8 Journal-V. 7, No. 2, 1972-1974; Correspondence from ALR, 14 Nov. 1972 through 14 Apr.1974
9 Journal-V. 7, No. 2, 1972-1974; Correspondence to ALR, 29 Jan. 1972 through 30 Apr. 1974
10 Journal-V. 7, No. 3, Autumn 1979; Cover
11 Journal-V. 7, No. 3, Summer 1974; Correspondence from ALR, 4 Oct. 1973 through 9 Jun. 1974
12 Journal-V. 7, No. 3, Summer 1974; Correspondence to ALR, 7 Sept. 1973 through 3 Sept. 1974
13 Journal-V. 7, No. 4, Fall 1974; Correspondence from ALR, 20 Dec. 1973 through 9 Sept. 1974
14 Journal-V. 7,. No. 4, Fall 1974; Correspondence to ALR, 30 Dec. 1973 through 13 Sept. 1974
15 Journal-Cover, Winter 1974
16 Journal-V. 8, No. 1, Winter 1975; Correspondence from ALR, 3 Jun. 1974 through 27 Nov. 1974
17 Journal-V. 8, No. 1, Winter 1975; Correspondence to ALR, 22 Apr. 1974 through 30 Dec. 1974
18 Journal-V. 8, No. 2, Spring 1975; Correspondence from ALR, 21 Oct. 1974 through 1 Apr. 1975
19 Journal-V. 8, No. 2, Spring 1975; Correspondence to ALR, 12 Sept. 1974 through 14 Apr. 1975
20 Journal-V. 9, No. 1, Winter 1976; Correspondence from ALR, 20 14 Mar. 1975 through 9 Jan. 1976
21 Journal-V. 9, No. 1, Winter 1976; Correspondence to ALR, 11 Feb. 1975 through 8 Apr. 1976
22 Journal-V. 9, No. 2, Spring 1976; Correspondence from ALR, 22 Jun. 1974 through 25 Mar. 1976
23 Journal-V. 9, No. 2, Spring 1976; Correspondence to ALR, 17 Jun. 1974 through 13 Mar. 1976
24 Journal-V. 9, No. 3, Summer 1976; Correspondence from ALR, 17 Mar. 1975 through 20 Jul. 1976
Box Folder
5 1 Journal-V. 9, No. 3, Summer 1976; Correspondence to ALR, 14 Mar. 1975 through 28 Jun. 1976
2 Journal-V. 9, No. 4, Fall 1976; Correspondence from ALR, 7 Sept. 1973 through 10 Sept. 1976
3 Journal-V. 9, No. 4, Fall 1976; Correspondence to ALR, 12 Oct. 1973 through 12 Dec. 1976
4 Journal-V. 10, Winter 1977; Tentative schedule for V. 10
5 Journal-V. 10, No. 1, Winter 1977; Correspondence to ALR, 20 Jun. 1974 through 17 Nov. 1976
6 Journal-V.10, No. 1, Winter 1977; Correspondence to ALR, 12 Jun. 1974 through 11 Nov. 1976
7 Journal-V. 10, No. 1, Winter 1977; Negatives, illustrations
8 Journal-V. 10, 1977; Correspondence from ALR, 9 Feb. 1977 through 7 Sept. 1977
9 Journal-V. 10, 1977; Correspondence to ALR, 17 Mar. 1976 through 22 Aug. 1977
10 Journal-Final Issue Contents, approximately 1985
11 Journal-Transfer of ALR to New Mexico, 1986; Correspondence from ALR (Arlington, TX), 30 Aug. 1985 through 8 Jan. 1986
12 Journal-Transfer of ALR to New Mexico, 1986; Correspondence to ALR (Arlington, TX), 18 Oct. 1985 through 6 Jun. 1986
Sub-subseries 2. Assignments and Book Reviews
13 Journal-Letters from Eichelberger, 1966-1967; Assignments
14 Journal-Letters to Eichelberger, 1966-1967; Assignment
15 Journal-Book Reviews, Fall 1971; Correspondence from Eichelberger, 13 Oct. 1970 through 22 Sept. 1971
16 Journal-Book Reviews, Fall 1971; Correspondence to ALR, 2 Oct. 1970 through 15 Sept. 1971
17 Journal-Book Reviews, 1983-1984; Correspondence to ALR, 5 Jan. 1983 through 12 Dec. 1984
18 Journal-Book Reviews, 1984-1985; Correspondence from ALR, 15 May 1984 through 26 Jun. 1985
19 Journal-Book Reviews, 1985-1986; Correspondence to ALR, 4 Jan. 1985 through 15 Oct. 1986
20 Journal-Book Reviews, undated; Martha Banta, Warren French, et alia
Sub-subseries 3. Background Materials for Publication
Box Folder
6 1 Journal-De Forest, Twain, 1967-1968; Correspondence from Eichelberger, 13 Jan. 1967 through 20 Aug. 1968
2 Journal-De Forest, Twain, 1967-1968 Correspondence to Eichelberger, 24 May 1967 through 19 Jun. 1968
3 Journal-De Forest, Twain, 1967; Letters to Eichelberger, 2 Oct. 1967 through 12 Dec. 1967
4 Journal-De Forest, Twain, 1967-1968; Letters from Eichelberger, 27 Sept. 1967 through 15 Sept. 1968
5 Journal-De Forest, approximately 1967-1968; Notes, bibliography
6 Journal-No. 2, Cover, Spring 1968
7 Journal-Howe, Kirkland, Spring 1969; Correspondence from Eichelberger, 15 Feb. 1968 through 6 Jan. 1969
8 Journal-Howe, Kirkland, Spring 1969; Correspondence to Eichelberger, 25 Feb. 1968 through 30 Jan. 1969
9 Journal-Howe, Kirkland, approximately 1969; Miscellaneous notes
10 Journal-Clayton Eichelberger (Mss.), Spring 1969; Article on Edgar Watson Howe
11 Journal-Sarah Orne Jewett Number, Fall 1969; Correspondence from Eichelberger, 19 Jan. 1967 through 17 Nov. 1969
12 Journal-Sarah Orne Jewett Number, Fall 1969; Correspondence to Eichelberger, 27 Jan. 1967 through 14 Nov. 1969
13 Journal-Howells Supplement, approximately 1969; Correspondence from Eichelberger, 17 Jan. 1967 through 3 Feb. 1970
14 Journal-Howells Supplement, approximately 1969; Correspondence to ALR, 12 Jan. 1967 through 23 Jan. 1970
15 Journal-Howells Supplement, approximately 1969; Notes, undated
16 Journal-Illustration Correspondence, 1969; Howells supplement, 30 Jun. 1969 through 17 Jul. 1969
Box Folder
7 1 Journal-Garland, Frederic, 1968-1971; Correspondence from ALR, 20 Jun. 1968 through 22 Jul. 1971
2 Journal-Garland, Frederic, 1968-1971; Correspondence to ALR, 14 Nov. 1967 through 9 Jul. 1971
3 Journal-Jack London, approximately 1969; Data (in Howe, Kirkland materials), undated
4 Journal-Fred R. McFadden, Jr. (Mss.), approximately 1969; "The Forsaking Father in American Literature: Preface to a Study," undated
5 Journal-Submissions, 1970; Re. Chinese translations of American literature by D. M. Murray and Chan Wai-heung
6 Journal-MLA Seminar/ALR, 1970; Publication (of MLA Seminar papers), Hebert Bergmann file (5 Aug. 1970 through 1 Oct. 1970)
7 Journal-Frank Norris, 1970-1971; Permission to publish prev. unpub. short story, "'The Great Corner in Hannibal & St. Jo.,' A [sic] Previously Unpublished Short Story by Frank Norris"
8 Journal-Owen Wister Letter, 1971; Written to Richard Harding David; Also, permission to publish
9 Journal-Frank Norris' "To the Erie," 1971; Copyright permission, photostat of poem
10 Journal-Luetta Upshur Milledge (Mss.), 1974-1975; "Constance Fenimore Woolson (1840-1894): A Second Look"
11 Journal-F. J. Logan (Mss.), 1976; "The Wry Seriousness of Owl Creek Bridge" (Ambrose Bierce); Also: Correspondence, revisions, readers' responses
12 Journal-Friedrich W. Horlacher (Mss.), 1976; "Annotated Checklist of Robert Herrick's Contributions to the Chicago Tribune"; Also: Correspondence, revisions, facsimile of Herrick article
13 Journal-Crane Stories, approximately 1976; "Brer Washington's Consolation" (facsimile copy) "The Ideal and the Real" (facsimile copy)
14 Journal-Crane, Twain, 1976-1977; Correspondence from ALR, 11 Feb. 1976 through 30 Aug. 1977
15 Journal-Crane, Twain, 1976-1977; Correspondence to ALR, 20 Sept. 1976 through 7 Oct. 1977
16 Journal-Illustrations/Twain, approximately 1976-1977; Portraits of Samuel Clemens
17 Journal-Wm. Dean Howells (Microfilm), approximately 1979; The Albany Depot (1893)
18 Journal-Richard Harding Davis, undated; Bibliographical notes (Includes bibliographical data on writings of writer's mother, Rebecca Harding Davis)
19 Journal-Frederic, undated; Bibliography, notes
20 Journal-Illustrations, undated; Miscellaneous illustrations
21 Journal-"Uncle Remus" Glossies, undated; Reproductions for illustrations
22 Journal-William Dowd, undated; Photostated portrait
23 Journal-William J. Hutchinson, undated; Photostated portrait
24 Journal-Catherine Sherwood Bonner McDowell, undated; Checklist of writings
Box Folder
8 1 Journal-George Monteiro & Phillip B. Eppard (Mss.), 1976; "Harold Frederic's Earliest Publications"; Also: Correspondence
2 Journal-Wayne W. Westbrook (Mss.), 1976-1977; "`The Great Corner in Hannibal & S. Jo.--Another Look" (Frank Norris); Also: Correspondence
3 Journal-Elliott Mackle (Mss.), undated; "Two Mistakes by Henry James in The American Scene"
4 Journal-Robert Charles Bennett (Mss.), undated; "Theodore Dreiser, An Occasional Craftsman: The Revision of Stories Appearing in Free and Other Stories"
5 Journal-John Solensten (Mss.), undated; "The Gibson Boy: A Reassessment" (Richard Harding Davis)
Sub-subseries 4. Technical Materials
Box Folder
8 6 Journal-Permissions to Reprint, 1971-1977
7 Journal-"Proof" Brochure, 1971
8 Journal-Permissions to Publish, 1976
Sub-subseries 5. Materials Not Used in Journal
Box Folder
8 9 Journal-Unaccepted, Unsolicited Mss., 1971-1975; Correspondence from ALR, 25 Jan. 1971 through 26 Nov. 1975
10 Journal-Unaccepted, Unsolicited Mss., 1971-1974; Correspondence to ALR, 4 Jan. 1971 through 24 Mar. 1974
11 Journal-Unaccepted, Unsolicited Mss., 1974-1975; Correspondence to ALR, 10 Apr. 1974 through 3 Nov. 1975
12 Journal-Unaccepted, Unsolicited Mss., approximately 1971-1975; Cover sheets, readers' notes, mss.
13 Journal-Unaccepted, Unsolicited Mss., approximately 1971-1975; , Cover sheets, readers' notes, mss.
14 Journal-Unsolicited Mss., approximately 1976; Cover sheets, readers' notes, mss.
15 Journal-Unsolicited Mss., 1975-1976; Correspondence from ALR, 3 Nov. 1975 through 9 Dec. 1976
16 Journal-Unsolicited Mss., 1977; Correspondence from ALR, 4 Jan. 1977 through 28 Nov. 1977
Box Folder
9 1 Journal-Unsolicited Mss., 1975-1977; Correspondence to ALR, 3 Jan. 1975 through 25 Oct. 1976
2 Journal-Unused Materials, 1967-1973; Correspondence from ALR, 17 Jan. 1967 through 20 Apr. 1977
3 Journal-Unused Materials, 1966-1973; Correspondence to ALR, 20 Jan. 1966 through 2 May 1973
4 Journal-Unused Materials, 1973-1976; Correspondence to ALR, 21 Jan. 1973 through 8 Apr. 1976
Subseries C. ALR-Staffing, 1966-1977
Box Folder
9 5 Staffing-Letters Sent, 1966; Re. Board of Consultants
6 Staffing-Letters, 1966; Possible Board of Consultants
7 Staffing-Foreign Contacts/German, 1966-1967 Correspondence from ALR, 15 Dec. 1966 through 12 Jun. 1967
8 Staffing-Foreign Contacts/German, 1967; Correspondence to ALR, 20 Apr. 1967 through 5 Jun. 1967
9 Staffing-Foreign Contacts French, 1966-1967; Correspondence from ALR, 13 Dec. 1966 through 7 Jun. 1967
10 Staffing-Foreign Contacts/French, 1967; Correspondence to ALR, 7 Feb. 1967 through 26 Nov. 1967
11 Staffing-Foreign Contacts, 1966-1967; Correspondence from ALR, 15 Dec. 1966 through 20 Apr. 1967
12 Staffing-Foreign Contacts, 1967; Correspondence to ALR, 19 Jan. 1967 through 25 Feb. 1967
13 Staffing-English Literature in Translation, 1966-1968; Correspondence from ALR, 31 Oct. 1966 through 23 May 1968
14 Staffing-English Literature in Translation, 1966-1968; Correspondence to ALR, 7 Nov. 1966 through 16 Mar. 1968
15 Staffing-Foreign Contacts/English, 1967; Commited Annotators, 26 Apr. 1967 through 7 Aug. 1967
16 Staffing-Foreign Contacts/English, 1967; Correspondence from ALR, 10 Apr. 1967 through 7 Aug. 1967
17 Staffing-Foreign Contacts/English, 1967; Correspondence to ALR, 5 May 1967 through 1 Aug. 1967
18 Staffing-Foreign Contacts/English, 1967; Interested Scholars, 10 Apr. 1967 through 5 Jun. 1967
19 Staffing-Foreign Contacts/English, 1967; Persons not interested in American literature, 10 Apr. 1967 through 7 Aug. 1967
20 Staffing-Foreign Contacts/English, 1967; Group sent specific instructions
21 Staffing-Foreign Contacts/English, 1967; Recommended contributors, 21 Apr. 1967 through 24 Apr. 1967
22 Staffing-V. 1, No. 1, 1967; Invitations and Commitments
23 Staffing-Requests to Assist, 1967
24 Staffing-Responses to Requests to Assist, 1967
25 Staffing-Responses, Issue 1, 1967
26 Staffing-Responses to ALR, 1967-1970; Letters of congratulation and commentaries on first issue of ALR, 21 Nov. 1967 through 16 Nov. 1970
27 Staffing-Instructions to Annotators, 1967
28 Staffing-Editorial Notes, undated; Miscellaneous notes, ideas
Box Folder
10 1 Staffing-"State of the Union Day," 1969
2 Staffing-ALR Assistant, 1970-1971; Letters to ALR, 29 Jan. 1970 through 29 Jul. 1971
3 Staffing-ALR Assistant, 1970-1971; Letters from ALR, 9 Jun. 1970 through 3 Aug. 1971
4 Staffing-ALR & UTA, 1971-1977; Letters, job description, applications, 2 Mar. 1971 through 31 Aug. 1977
5 Staffing-Contributors, 1972-1976; Correspondence from ALR, 25 May 1972 through 20 Jan. 1976
6 Staffing-Contributors, 1972-1976; Correspondence to ALR, 22 May 1972 through 18 Jan. 1976
7 Staffing-Noel Polk, 1974-1977; Correspondence from Polk, 5 Jul. 1974 through 23 May 1977
8 Staffing-Noel Polk, 1974-1977; Correspondence to Polk, 30 Aug. 1974 through 7 Nov. 1977
9 Staffing-Staff & Objectives, approximately 1977; Vitae, ALR"Goal Statement"
Subseries D. ALR Organization, 1966-1977
Box Folder
10 10 Organization-Publicity, approximately 1966; Guidelines, examples
11 Organization-Memos, 1966-1969; 5 Dec. 1966 through 14 Nov. 1969
12 Organization-Publicity, 1967-1973; 25 Jan. 1967 through 23 Feb. 1973
13 Organization-Correspondence, 1970-1973; Correspondence to ALR, 25 Feb. 1970 through 8 Feb. 1973
14 Organization-Notes, Summaries, 1972-1975; 3 Jan. 1972 through 6 Nov. 1975
15 Organization, 1972-1976 Correspondence from ALR, 5 Jan. 1972 through 8 Jan. 1976
16 Organization-Advertising, 1970-1971; Correspondence to ALR, 5 Feb. 1970 through 20 Aug. 1971
17 Organization-Notes, undated; Miscellaneous notes
Box Folder
11 1 Organization-Initial Project, 1967; Description, NEH grant application
2 Organization-Grants, 1966-1968; 3 Jan. 1966 through 21 Jan. 1968
3 Organization-Grants, approximately 1967; Guidelines
4 Organization-Business, 1970-1971; Correspondence to Eichelberger, 1 Jan. 1970 through 6 May 1971
5 Organization-Business, 1970-1977; Correspondence from Eichelbergr, 2 Apr. 1970 through 5 Dec. 1977
6 Organization-Projections, undated
7 Organization-Guidelines, undated; Guidelines for contributors
8 Organization-Sample Stationery, undated
Subseries E. ALR-Card Catalog, undated
Box
17 Card catalog files of annotators, commentaries on ALR, 1967 MLA Conference participants, and bibliographical data.
Box
18 Card catalog file for De Forest bibliography, and for miscellaneous literary figures and topics.
Box
19 Card catalog file for bibliographical data for late nineteenth-century and early twentieth-century writers.

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Series II. Modern Language Association (MLA), 1967-1980
Extent 0.33 linear ft. (46 folders)

Arranged chronologically. Minutes, memoranda, notes, newsletters, correspondence, program materials.
Box Folder
11 9 MLA-PMLA Handbook, 1967
10 MLA-Group III Formation, 1970; Letters sent regarding Group III, 29 Jun. 1970 through 26 Aug. 1970
11 MLA-Group III Formation, 1970; Letters received regarding Group III, 25 Jun. 1970 through 12 Nov. 1970
12 MLA-Group III Formation, 1970; Petition for support, Group III, American literature
13 MLA-Group III Formation, 1970; Letters received regarding petition for forming Group III
14 MLA-Group III, 1970; Cover letters
15 MLA-Group III, 1970; "Structure of Sessions at the MLA Annual Meeting, and Procedure for Change"
16 MLA-Group III, 1970; Note
17 MLA-Group III, 1971; MLA Newsletter (May)
18 MLA-Group III, 1971; "Structure of Sessions at the MLA Annual Meeting, and Procedure for Change"
19 MLA-Group III, 1971; Notes on 1971 meeting
20 MLA-Group III, 1971; Travel fund request
21 MLA-Group III, 1971; Letters from Eichelberger about Group III status, 29 Jan. 1971 through 3 Dec. 1971
22 MLA-Group III, 1971; Letters to Eichelberger about Group III status, 4 Jan. 1971 through 14 Dec. 1971
23 MLA-Group III, 1971; Letters requesting petition support for forming Group III, 17 Feb. 1971
24 MLA-Group III, 1971; Minutes (Early American literature section)
25 MLA-Group III, 1971; American literature section Annual report
26 MLA-Group III, 1971-1972; Letters from Eichelberger, 16 Dec. 1971 through 13 Dec. 1972
27 MLA-Group III, 1971-1972; Letters to Eichelberger, 10 Dec. 1971 through 7 Dec. 1972
28 MLA-Group III, 1972; Letters sent to program participants by Eichelberger, 5 Jan. 1972 through 30 Nov. 1972
29 MLA-Group III (1972); Letters received by Eichelberger from program participants, 17 Jan. 1972 through 19 Nov. 1972
30 MLA-Group III, "New Perspectives in the Gilded Age," 1972; Moderator, Sanford E. Marovitz, Participants: Marjorie Dew, Louis J. Budd, and David E. E. Sloane
31 MLA-Group III, 1972; MLA Program (copy)
32 MLA-Group III, 1972; List of guests to post-meeting gathering
33 MLA-Group III, 1972; Travel fund request
34 MLA-Letters, Bylaws, 1972; Letter from Sanford Marovitz, Letter from Louis D. Rubin, Original Group III bylaws
35 MLA-Group III, 1972 Governing coda
36 MLA-Group III, 1972; Structure
37 MLA-Group III, 1972; Procedural policy
38 MLA-Group III, 1972; Executive Committee, American literature
39 MLA-Group III, 1972; MLA agenda, Advisory Council
40 MLA-Group III, 1972 MLA Annual Report
41 MLA-Groups III & IV, 1972; Letters from Eichelberger
42 MLA-Groups III & IV, 1972; Letters to Eichelberger
43 MLA-Group III, 1973; Letters from Eichelberger to program participants
44 MLA-Group III, 1973; Letters from program participants --Leslie Fiedler--R. H. Fogle--Donald Pizer--Edwin Cady
45 45 MLA-Group III, 1973; Election of officers
46 MLA-Group III, 1973; MLA Annual Report
47 MLA-Group III, 1978; Travel fund request
48 MLA-Group III, 1979; Letters from Eichelberger
49 MLA-Groups III, 1979; Letters to Eichelberger
50 MLA-Group III, 1979; Travel fund request
51 MLA-Group III, 1979; MLA Program (copy)
52 MLA-Group III, 1979; MLA memo
53 MLA-Group III, 1980; Letters from Eichelberger
54 MLA-Group III, 1980; Letter to Eichelberger

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Series III. American Studies, 1956-1969
Extent 0.2 linear ft. (31 folders)

Arranged chronologically. Newsletters, directories, publications.
Box Folder
12 1 American Studies News-V. 2, No. 2, Dec. 1963
2 American Studies News-V. 3, No. 1, Aug. 1964
3 American Studies News-V. 4, No. 1, Aug. 1965
4 American Studies News-V. 5, No. 2, Dec. 1966
5 American Studies News-V. 5, No. 3, Apr. 1967
6 American Studies News-V. 6, No. 1, Autumn 1967
7 American Studies Assoc. of Texas, 1956-1957; Attendance data
8 American Studies Assoc. of Texas, 1956; Minutes-Dec. 1956 meeting
9 American Studies Assoc. of Texas, 1962; Minutes-Dec. 1962 meeting
10 American Studies Assoc. of Texas, 1964; Minutes-Dec. 1964 meeting
11 American Studies Assoc. of Texas, 1965; Minutes-Dec. 1965 meeting
12 American Studies Assoc. of Texas, 1957; Membership list
13 American Studies Assoc. of Texas, 1958; Membership list
14 American Studies Assoc. of Texas, 1959; Texas membership list
15 American Studies Assoc. of Texas, 1960; Directory
16 American Studies Assoc. of Texas, 1961; Directory
17 American Studies Assoc. of Texas, 1963; Directory
18 American Studies Assoc. of Texas, 1964; Directory
19 American Studies Assoc. of Texas, 1965; Directory
20 American Studies Assoc. of Texas, 1966; Directory
21 American Studies Assoc. of Texas, 1958; "Newsletter," No. 3, Mar.
22 American Studies Assoc. of Texas, 1958; "Newsletter," No. 5, Oct.
23 American Studies Assoc. of Texas, 1959; "Newsletter," No. 6, Mar.
24 American Studies Assoc. of Texas 1960; "Newsletter," No. 8, Feb.
25 American Studies Assoc. of Texas, 1962; "Newsletter," No. 12, Jan.
26 American Studies Assoc. of Texas, 1963; "Newsletter," No. 14, Jan.
27 American Studies Assoc. of Texas, 1964; "Newsletter," No. 16, Mar.
28 American Studies Assoc. of Texas, 1965; "Newsletter," No. 17, Feb.
29 American Studies Assoc. of Texas, 1966; "Newsletter," No. 19, Mar.
30 American Studies Assoc. of Texas, 1968; "Newsletter," V. 6, Nos. 2 & 3
31 American Studies News, 1969; "Newsletter," V. 7, No. 3

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Series IV. Miscellaneous (MISC.), 1936-1980
Extent 0.2 linear ft. (23 folders)

Arranged chronologically. Assorted brochures ranging from a 1936 African-American poetry anthology to reprints, programs, and announcements.
Box Folder
12 32 MISC.-Singers in the Dawn, 1936; African-American poetry anthology, Comp. by R. B. Eleazer
33 MISC.-Edmund Gosse, 1966; America: The Diary of a Visit, Winter 1884-1885, Ed. with notes by R. L. Peters & D. G. Halliburton
34 MISC.-Review Materials, 1967; 35 MISC.- Thomas D. Clareson, ed., 1968, "Extrapolation: A Science Fiction Newsletter" (Index Vols. I-IX, 1959-1968)
35 MISC.-William T. Pilkington, 1968; William A. Owens Southwest Writers Series, No. 17
36 MISC.-Vil Bykov (Mss.), 1968; "Traditions of Jack London"
37 MISC.-William Dean Howells, 1969; Announcement about manuscript collection, Univ. of Penn.
38 MISC.-Steinbeck Program, 1971
39 MISC.-Steinbeck Quarterly, 1971; V. 4, No. 3, Summer
40 MISC.-Publisher's Brochure, 1971
41 MISC.-John A. Stuart, 1974; L' Art Plus Que Nous…: Correspondence d' Emile Bernard avec Miles Marten
42 MISC.-Trustees of the Public Library of Boston, 1975; Report: Upon the Objects to Be Attained By the Establishment of a Public Library of the City of Boston (1852)-Reprint
43 MISC.-William Dean Howells, 1973; Announcement, review
44 MISC.-Mark Twain, 1978; Notice
45 MISC.-Tom Galt, 1980; The Wind and the Rain
46 MISC.-Jay B. Hubbell Center (1982)
47 MISC.-Brochures, undated
48 MISC.-Brochures, undated; John Colet Press
49 MISC.-Brochure, undated
50 MISC.-Jack London, undated; Notes
51 MISC.-Announcements, undated
52 MISC.-Twain/Announcement, undated
53 MISC.-Press Advertisement, undated

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Series V. Harris Merton Lyon (1883-1916), 1906-1971
Extent 0.25 linear ft. (66 folders).

Arranged chronologically in short stories. Includes a facsimile copy of a novel (Sardonicus), a master's thesis, sixty-three short stories, and one commentary.
Box Folder
13 1 Lyon-"Harris Merton Lyon: A Critical Evaluation of His Short Stories," Unpub. M. A. thesis by Jean Saxe, UT at Arlington, TX, 1971
2 Lyon-Sardonicus (a novel), 1909; Facsimile copy of novel
3 Lyon-"In the Other Room," Jul. 1906; Broadway Magazine
4 Lyon-"A Funny Woman," Nov. 1906; Broadway Magazine
5 Lyon-"Sweet Dreams," Mar. 1907; Broadway Magazine
6 Lyon-"An Incident in Poison Row," Dec. 1907; THE MIRROR
7 Lyon-"Out of Work," Jan. 1908; Broadway Magazine
8 Lyon-"An Unused Rattlesnake," Apr. 1908; American Magazine
9 Lyon-"For the Good of the Neighborhood," Aug. 1908; Broadway Magazine
10 Lyon-"The Celluloid Drama," Sept. 1908; Broadway Magazine
11 Lyon-"The Comic Relief," Oct. 1908; Hampton's Magazine
12 Lyon-"Jack Ashore," Dec. 1908; Appleton's Magazine
13 Lyon-"The Dog," Feb. 1909; THE MIRROR
14 Lyon-"The Shrine of Bric-a-Brac," Apr. 1909; Hampton's Magazine
15 Lyon-"Will's Wife," Jul. 1909 THE MIRROR
16 Lyon-"The Casting Away of Clarence Q. Dooby," Jul. 1909; Hampton's Magazine
17 Lyon-"Parasites' Paradise," Oct. 1909; Hampton's Magazine
18 Lyon-"Gas," Dec. 1909; Hampton's Magazine
19 Lyon-"The Eye of Power," Mar. 1910; Hampton's Magazine
20 Lyon-"The Poet," Mar. 1910 Forum
21 Lyon-"A Number Two Jason," Apr. 1910; Hampton's Magazine
22 Lyon-"Lar Poor Lar," Nov. 1910; Hampton's Magazine
23 Lyon-"John James Comes to Life: A Transcendentalist Christmas Story," Dec. 1910; Hampton's Magazine
24 Lyon-"A Fairy Tale for an Ambitious Young Man: A Book in a Running Brook," Mar. 1911; American Magazine
25 Lyon-"You Don't Know Anything about Life," Apr. 1911; Hampton's Magazine
26 Lyon-"How to Write a Short Story: A Second-Hand Sketch of a Second-Hand Man," Aug. 1911; American Magazine
27 Lyon-"What You Need Is a Doctor," Oct. 1911 Hampton-Columbian Magazine
28 Lyon-"The City of Lonesome Men," Jan. 1912; Collier's
29 Lyon-"The Ladder of Consequences," Jan. 1912; Hampton-Columbian Magazine
30 Lyon-"The Stolen Emereld," Mar. 1912; Hampton's Magazine
31 Lyon-"Speaking of Votes for Women," May 1912; McCall's Magazine
32 Lyon-"Eve and the Walled-in Boy," May 1912; Redbook
33 Lyon-"In Goulash Glee," May 1912; (no magazine given)
34 Lyon-"Late Spring," Jun. 1912; The Red Book
35 Lyon-"`Rest and Change': A Two-Weeks Vacation That Jumped the Track," Jun. 1912; Recreation
36 Lyon-"The Chinaman," Dec. 1912; Short Stories
37 Lyon-"It Is Better To Have Lived and Learned," Dec. 1912; The Red Book
38 Lyon-"Popularity," Jan. 1913; Young's Magazine
39 Lyon-"The Black Jack," Jan. 1913; Short Stories
40 Lyon-"The Snide," Aug. 1913; The Red Book Magazine
41 Lyon-"The Submerged Thing," Oct. 1913; The Smart Set
42 Lyon-"In the Autumn," Nov. 1913; The Red Book Magazine
43 Lyon-"It Pays to Advertise," Feb. 1914; The Red Book Magazine
44 Lyon-"An Affair of Honor," Jan. 1914; Reedy's MIRROR
45 Lyon-"The Typical New Yorker," Jul. 1914; The Green Book Magazine
46 Lyon-"The Van of the Picture Plays," Sept. 1914; The Green Book Magazine
47 Lyon-"`Home, Sweet Home'--by Request," Oct. 1914; The Blue Book Magazine
48 Lyon-"Mr. Hofferhorn Loses His Wallet," Nov. 1914; The Blue Book Magazine
49 Lyon-"The Pact," Dec. 1914; The Smart Set
50 Lyon-"The Magnificent Story of the Great Red Island," Dec. 1914; The Blue Book Magazine
51 Lyon-"The Cruise of a Christmas Caravan," Dec. 1914; The Red Book Magazine
52 Lyon-"Children of the Wise Town," Feb. 1915; The Red Book Magazine
53 Lyon-"Cablegrams for Two," Apr. 1915; Illustrated Sunday Magazine
54 Lyon-"The Home Wrecker," Sept. 1915; The Red Book Magazine
55 Lyon-"The Son of Santa Claus," Dec. 1915; Reedy's MIRROR
56 Lyon-"Ma-ri-a," Jan. 1916; The Blue Book Magazine
57 Lyon-"The Drop and the Stone," Feb. 1916; Illustrated Sunday Magazine
58 Lyon-"The Healer," Apr. 1916; Reedy's MIRROR
59 Lyon-"How to Win a Woman's Love," Apr. 1916; The Blue Book Magazine
60 Lyon-"Stuck with The Glue," May 1916; The Blue Book Magazine
61 Lyon-"The Opposite Sex," Jun. 1916; The Blue Book Magazine
62 Lyon-"Tinky Tin's Daughter," Dec. 1916; The Red Book Magazine
63 Lyon-"Leander: Volunteer," Feb. 1918 Canadian Magazine of Politics, Science and Literature
64 Lyon-"Good-By, Melodrama," Jul. 1921; The Green Book Magazine (Pseudonym: Christopher Strong)
65 Lyon-"Realism with a Capital R," undated; The Green Book Album (Pseudonym: Christopher Strong)
66 Lyon-Max Putzel, undated; "Dreiser, Reedy, and De Maupassant, Junior"; American Literature (Commentary on Lyon)

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Series VI. Eichelberger Publications, 1968-1983
Extent 0.5 linear ft. (23 folders)

Arranged chronologically. Correspondence, royalty statements, manuscripts, proofs, reviews.
Box Folder
14 1 Eichelberger Pub.-William Dean Howells, 1972-1977; Correspondence from Eichelberger, 30 Aug. 1972 through 24 Jan. 1977
2 Eichelberger Pub.-William Dean Howells, 1977-1979 Royalties
3 Eichelberger Pub.-William Dean Howells, 1972-1977; Correspondence to Eichelberger, 23 Apr. 1972 through 28 Feb. 1977
4 Eichelberger Pub.-William Dean Howells, approximately 1976; Reviews
5 Eichelberger Pub.-Guide to Critical Reviews, approximately 1974; Announcement
6 Eichelberger Pub.-Guide to Critical Reviews, approximately 1974; Royalties
7 Eichelberger Pub.-Guide to Critical Reviews, 1968-1974; Correspondence from Eichelberger, 1 Aug. 1968 through 19 May 1974
8 Eichelberger Pub.-Guide to Critical Reviews, 1968-1974; Correspondence to Eichelberger
9 Eichelberger Pub.-Harper's Lost Reviews, 1974; Publisher's contract
10 Eichelberger Pub.-Harper's Lost Reviews, 1971-1976; Correspondence from Eichelberger, 16 Jun. 1971 through 11 Oct. 1976
11 Eichelberger Pub.-Harper's Lost Reviews, 1972-1978; Correspondence to Eichelberger, 4 Jan. 1972 through 1 Nov. 1978
12 Eichelberger Pub.-Harper's Lost Reviews, approximately 1974; Press release copy
13 Eichelberger Pub.-Harper's Lost Reviews, 1976-1983; Royalties
14 Eichelberger Pub.-Harper's Lost Reviews, 1977; Publication responses
15 Eichelberger Pub.-Harper's Lost Reviews, 1977; Copyright certificate
16 Eichelberger Pub.-Harper's Lost Reviews, undated; Notes
Box Folder
15 1 Eichelberger Pub.-William Dean Howells, approximately 1977; Notes, letters
2 Eichelberger Pub.-William Dean Howells (Mss.), approximately 1975; Original manuscript
3 Eichelberger Pub.-William Dean Howells (Mss.), approximately 1975; Original manuscript
4 Eichelberger Pub.-William Dean Howells (Mss.), approximately 1975; Original manuscript
5 Eichelberger Pub.-William Dean Howells (Mss.), approximately 1975; Proofs
6 Eichelberger Pub.-William Dean Howells (Mss.), 1975; Proofs
7 Eichelberger Pub.-William Dean Howells (Mss.), 1975; Proofs

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Series VII. University of Texas at Arlington (UTA), 1958-1977
Extent 0.25 linear ft. (42 folders)

Arranged chronologically in three subseries: UTA I.-English for Outstanding Freshmen, 1958-1962; UTA II.-Library Committee, 1962-1966; UTA III.-Organized Research, 1967-1977.
Subseries A. UTA I.-English for Outstanding Freshmen, 1958-1962
Box Folder
16 1 UTA I.-English for Outstanding Freshmen, 1958; Development of program
2 UTA I.-English for Outstanding Freshmen, 1959; Reading Section 131
3 UTA I.-English for Outstanding Freshmen, 1960; Report on English sections
4 UTA I.-English for Outstanding Freshmen, 1961; Reports on English section
5 UTA I.-English for Oustanding Freshmen, 1962; Notes on program status
Subseries B. UTA II.-Library Committee, 1962-1966
Box Folder
16 6 UTA II.-Library Committee, 1962; Memoranda
7 UTA II.-Library Committee, 1962-1963; Report on activities, college library committee
8 UTA II.-Library Committee, 1962-1963; Allocation/allocation formula
9 UTA II.-Library Committee, 1963; Minutes-Oct. through Dec.
10 UTA II.-Library Committee, 1963; 10 Memoranda-Oct. through Dec.
11 UTA II.-Library Committee, 1963; Correspondence; 22 Jul. 1963 through 12 Dec. 1963;
12 UTA II.-Library Committee, 1963; McNulty report on faculty carrells
13 UTA II.-Library Committee, 1963; Report on activities of college library committee
14 UTA II.-Library Committee, 1963; Allocation of funds
15 UTA II.-Library Committee, 1963-1964; Book budget
16 UTA II.-Library Committee, 1964; Minutes-Feb. through Oct.
17 UTA II.-Library Committee, 1964; Memoranda-Jan. through Nov.
18 UTA II.-Library Committee, 1964; Correspondence
19 UTA II.-Library Committee, 1964; Proposed statement on status of professional librarians
20 UTA II.-Library Committee, 1964; Foreign language allocations
21 UTA II.-Library Committee, 1964; Reclassification, library materials
22 UTA II.-Library Committee, 1964; Annual report
23 UTA II.-Library Committee, 1965; Minutes-Jan. through Nov.
24 UTA II.-Library Committee, 1965; Memoranda-Jan. through Nov.
25 UTA II.-Library Committee, 1965; Correspondence
26 UTA II.-Library Committee, 1965; Proposed expenditures, books
27 UTA II.-Library Committee, 1965; Report indicating allocation inadequacy
28 UTA II.-Library Committee, 1966; Minutes-Jan. through Apr.
29 UTA II.-Library Committee, 1966; Memoranda-Jan. through Apr.
30 UTA II.-Library Committee, 1966; Correspondence
31 UTA II.-Library Committee, 1966; Standing orders to presses
32 UTA II.-Library Committee, undated; Notes
33 UTA II.-Library Committee, undated; Types of reserve, circulation rules
34 UTA II.-Library Committee, undated; McNulty proposal re. classified personnel
35 UTA II.-Library Committee, undated; Book budget-John Hudson
36 UTA II.-Library Committee, undated; Cheavens report on faculty carrells
37 UTA II.-Library Committee, undated; Visual aids
38 UTA II.-Library Committee, undated; McDonald note
Subseries C. UTA III.-Organized Research Funds, 1967-1977
Box Folder
16 39 UTA III.-Organized Research Funds, 1967-1971; LAOR-*Liberal Arts Organized Research Funds 15 Mar. 1967 through 18 Jul. 1971
(*and other funds)
40 UTA III.-Organized Research Funds, 1972-1977; LAOR-*Liberal Arts Organized Research Funds 7 Sept. 1972 through 28 Jan. 1977
(*and other funds)
41 UTA III.-Organized Research Funds, 1967-1970; English 12-120 ALR; Expenses, invoices 1967-68 Form through 8 Jun. 1971
42 UTA III.-Organized Research Funds, 1968-1969; Correspondence 9 Apr.1968 through 14 Jan. 1969

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