Found in 7 Collections and/or Records:
The collection contains materials pertaining to Carlyn Fisher's artistic career as a painter, as well as her chronicling of numerous other artists from the southeastern United States. Other items in the collection include newspaper clippings magazine articles, correspondence, and information regarding other artists and their works.
This collection contains Emily Jane Winkler Bealer's diary in which she reflects on domestic life as an impoverished widow during Reconstruction in Atlanta. Topics include raising and educating her children, financial and business affairs, and social and church life. The collection also includes a typed transcript and biographical notes written by Bealer's great-granddaughter, Emily Bealer Calhoun II. These notes contain research on people and businesses referenced in the diary.
This collection contains manuscripts, research materials, correspondence, book layouts, design notes, and newspaper clippings. Most of the material relates to Margaret Mitchell, the book Gone With The Wind, as well as its movie adaptation, and Peacock's research.
The bulk of this collection is short story drafts and notes written by Mary Cawthon McIntrye for her historical fiction and mystery stories. There are also three World War II ration books from her family.
This collection contains correspondence, extensive newspaper reviews of Stirling's book Pearl Buck: A Woman in Conflict (1983) as well as reviews of her earlier plays. Also included are two book manuscripts and Stirling’s high school yearbook.