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Christian poetry, American.

 Subject
Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings

Found in 4 Collections and/or Records:

Collection 035 Papers of Fanny Crosby

 Collection
Identifier: CN-035
Scope and Contents Thousands of manuscripts of lyrics dictated by Crosby, poetess and hymn writer. Most of the manuscripts are numbered and dated. This collection is also on microfilm. There are restrictions on the use of this collection.[NOTE: In the Scope and Content section, the notation "folder 2-5" means box 2, folder 5.]The manuscripts in this collection are all of poems composed by Crosby after 1861. Most of these poems are dated and the majority are numbered in sequence. A...

E. Margaret Clarkson Papers

 Collection — Multiple Containers
Identifier: SC-033
Scope and Contents The E. Margaret Clarkson Collection contains a variety of materials on the wide range of subjects addressed in her creative works: hymn writing, suffering, singleness, sex education, and teaching. It consists of articles, music, poetry, book reviews, notebooks, personal sermon notes, creative schoolwork of her students, photographs, poetry, books, correspondence, and memorabilia. The materials date from an essay written by her at age 12 to her latest work and correspondence. The bulk of the...

Luci Shaw Papers

 Collection — Multiple Containers
Identifier: SC-046
Scope and Contents The Luci Shaw Collection includes the papers of Luci Deck Shaw Hoyte. Luci Shaw, her professional name, is an accomplished poet, essayist, and teacher. Included in the papers of this poet and publishing executive are correspondence, manuscripts, and published works. Her papers comprise 39 linear feet of material. Correspondence includes personal, family, as well as professional and business. The various correspondence cover the years of 1922 to the present, with the earliest being...

Robert Siegel Papers

 Collection — Multiple Containers
Identifier: SC-011
Scope and Contents This collection is composed of 36 boxes containing approximately 16 linear feet of material. Included in these files are biographical memorabilia, correspondence, manuscripts, journals containing published poetry, and illustrations. The Biographical Memorabilia Series (approx 1.5 feet) includes childhood items such as Boy Scout pins, badges, and uniform pieces; school reports; artwork; and newspaper clippings and wordlists from two national Spelling Bee Contests in which Siegel participated....