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James O. Brown Associates records, 1927-1992.

Autore: James O. Brown Associates.
Edizione/Formato:   Materiale d’archivio : English
Banca dati:WorldCat
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The files of the literary agency include correspondence with authors, publishers, and other agents and deal with editing and publishing, serial rights, reprints, dramatic rights, translations and foreign rights, promotion, copyright registration, contracts, royalty statements, tax statements, and other financial materials, and the personal affairs of many clients. Among the cataloged correspondents are: Louis S.
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Genere/forma: Account books
Bank statements
Bankruptcy proceedings
Bills
Check stubs
Contracts
Financial records
Lists
Manuscripts (literary)
Memoranda
Tax returns
Card files
Photographs
Correspondence
Persona incaricata: Louis Auchincloss; Béla Bartók; James Oliver Brown; Frank Buck; Gelett Burgess; George T Bye; Erskine Caldwell; John Dickson Carr; Lonnie Coleman; Thomas B Costain; Arthur Conan Doyle, Sir; Will Durant; Edna Ferber; Nicolas Freeling; Michael Francis Gilbert; Herbert Gold; Emma Goldman; Fannie Hurst; Maxim Lieber; A J Liebling; Richard Lockridge; Lucy Beatrice Malleson; Jessica Mitford; Alberto Moravia; Christopher Morley; Ogden Nash; Ursula Parrott; John Cowper Powys; Llewelyn Powys; James Purdy; Mary Renault; Eleanor Roosevelt; E H Sothern; Jean Stafford; Harvey Swados; Albert Payson Terhune; Rebecca West; Angus Wilson; Sloan Wilson; Alexander Woollcott; Frank Lloyd Wright
Tipo documento: Archival Material
Tutti gli autori / Collaboratori: James O. Brown Associates.
Numero OCLC: 470400093
Nota sulla lingua: Material is in English.
Descrizione: 231 linear ft. ( 456 boxes)
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Abstract:

The files of the literary agency include correspondence with authors, publishers, and other agents and deal with editing and publishing, serial rights, reprints, dramatic rights, translations and foreign rights, promotion, copyright registration, contracts, royalty statements, tax statements, and other financial materials, and the personal affairs of many clients. Among the cataloged correspondents are: Louis S. Auchincloss, Erskine Caldwell, Herbert Gold, Alberto Moravia, Eleanor Roosevelt, and Rebecca West.

1985 ADDITION: 90 personal letters relating to Brown's illness & retirement have been added.

1987 ADDITION: James Oliver Brown donated selected volumes from his library, including 92 books inscribed to him by the authors, his clients. These are shelved in 15-21-6a & a shelflist of these uncataloged books is available. Other similarly inscribed books, mostly by Louis Auchincloss, have been cataloged & added to the Rare Book Collection.

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