|Statement||Herbert P. Barnett ... [et al.]|
|Contributions||Barnett, Herbert, 1910-1972, Art Academy of Cincinnati|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination|| p. :|
|Number of Pages||26|
Contains manuscripts and correspondence by the English novelist, playwright, and short story author W. Somerset Maugham. Works include his early novel, The Merry-go-Round (), and other seminal works such as Cakes and Ale () and The Moon and Sixpence (). Maugham's letters to Barbara Back, Reginald Golding Bright, Paul Dottin, Charles Frohman, various family members (including . Biographical Note. Joseph Mahan, Jr. () was born J in Cassville, Georgia. He attended Reinhardt College in Waleska, Georgia and the University of Georgia, where he took an A.B.J. in and an M.A. in This is a record of material that was recently featured on the Main Page as part of Did you know (DYK). Recently created new articles, greatly expanded former stub articles and recently promoted good articles are eligible; you can submit them for consideration.. Archives are generally grouped by month of Main Page : WP:DYK. Size: feet of linear shelf space (approximately , items) Abstract: The collection of white author, historian, and professor of history emeritus at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, William S. Powell, includes correspondence, research materials, speeches, writings, and other papers relating to William Stevens Powell's professional activities and to North Carolina history.
(1) The author will carry a brief printed statement, called "The gospel of beauty" (2) He will carry this book of rhymes for distribution. (3) Also he will carry a small portfolio with pictures, etc., chosen to give an outline of his view of the history of art, especially as it .