PP. Personal Papers
Found in 17 Collections and/or Records:
Beach, Rex Collection
Betty M. Mitchell Collection of Fred Stone Theatrical Materials
Boehnlein, Frank Clifford Music Manuscripts
Darrah, Theodore S. Papers of Chapel Sermons
This is the collection of personal papers of Thoedore S. Darrah, Dean of the Knowles Memorial Chapel from 1947 to 1973.
Gregg, Jess Papers of American Plays and Fiction Writings
This is the collection of the personal papers of Jess Gregg, American playwright, fiction author and Rollins alumnus (1941), including biographical information, his association with Rollins, correspondence, notebooks, and some of his literary manuscripts.
Grover, Edwin Osgood Collection
Holt, Hamilton Personal Papers
The Hamil ton Holt Papers were presented to Rollins College by his children. This Collection is of value and significance because its contents touch upon the broad areas of journalism, politics, social reform, labor history, higher education, and movements for peace and international organization. A brief glance at this Register should confirm this fact and reveal the extensive scope of these materials.
Ivey, Dana Collection of the Performing Arts
This collection consists of documents related to the life and professional career of the Broadway and screen actress Dana Ivey '63 '08H, including: her association with Rollins College, correspondence, professional awards, newspaper clippings and magazine articles, playbills, theatre/movie/TV scripts, photos and video recordings.
John Gordon Fraser Journalism Papers
This collection covers Fraser's working years from 1936 until his retirement in 1973. Included in his collection are handwritten notes from the field of battle in World War II, broadcasts scripts for radio and television, correspondence, photographs, memorabilia, and maps.
Mead, Theodore L. Family Papers and Horticultural Study Collection
The T.L. Mead Collection at Rollins College contain manuscripts, photographs, memorabilia, periodicals, books, and pamphlets from Mead's personal library, as well as jis personal papers and correspondence. As the last remaining survivor of his immediate family, Mead received the collected correspondence and papers of his mother, father, and brother, which are also part of this collection.