Waters, Frank, 1902-1995
Found in 15 Collections and/or Records:
Abstract This is Ann Merrill’s collection of letters and notes written to her by Frank Waters from 1965-1979. The letters give insight into personal journeys, daily goings on, connections with the Taos scene, and travels in Mexico and Guatemala.
Dates: 1965-2012; Majority of material found within 1966-1979
Identifier: AC 467-p
Scope and Content The file consists of two letters to Dutton, one from Frank Waters, the other from White Bear. They are about the drawings made by White Bear of the Kuaua drawings found in the now Coronado Monument.
Dates: 1962; Majority of material found in Placeholder Unit Date Text
Abstract Portraits of prominent Southwestern writers.
Abstract This collection consists of sound recordings from the radio documentary series "Writing the Southwest," a thirteen-part national radio documentary exploring literature from multiethnic authors (mainly from New Mexico) who helped define Southwestern American literature. The collection also contains research materials collected by David Dunaway, which he then used to produce the radio series and edit a companion book with Dr. Sara Spurgeon,Writing the...
Scope and Content Contains letters and documents pertaining to Dutton's career as an editor, publisher, and student of shamanism.
Dates: 1978-1994; Majority of material found within 1981-1993
Scope and Content This collection consists of Dorothy Eugenie Brett's personal papers from 1939 to 1977, the time of her death. Letters received by John Manchester after Brett's death in 1977 often refer to Brett and have therefore been integrated. John Manchester, himself a painter, had his first meeting with Dorothy Eugenie Brett during the summer of 1949 in Taos. After that he stayed in contact with her until he moved to Taos in 1963 having bought a house and becoming Brett's neighbor, friend and...
Abstract Photos of Dorothy Brett, her family and friends taken in Europe and New Mexico, principally in the Taos area. Includes other well-known personalities of the New Mexican art community.
Abstract Collection consists of four black-and-white portraits, including one of Etta Blum taken by Ben Kerns (1980). The remaining three portraits are of Frank Waters, by Robert Kostka.
Scope and Content The bulk of this collection consists of general correspondence files regarding contracts and copyright for several Frank Waters books. Included are copies of signed agreements, contracts, business activities, and letters about publication and copyright. Most of the correspondence is between Waters and Joan Daves, who managed negotiations between Waters and Swallow Press. This collection documents plans and goals for publication and film rights regarding some of Waters best titles. Also included...
Dates: 1935-1983; Majority of material found in 1961-1980
Abstract The collection contains typescripts, correspondence, published materials, research files, audio and video recordings, and personal journals documenting the literary career of Frank Waters.
Abstract Portraits of Frank Waters, his family, friends and home; as well as prints of Native Americans, landscapes, and ruins.
Scope and Content The Sinclair Papers, consisting of fiction and non-fiction manuscript materials from the inception of an idea to the published form, comprise an essentially complete record of John Sinclair's long writing career. Additionally, the Sinclair collection is significant for its attention to regional subject matter--the history and lore of the Southwest. Covering the gamut of New Mexico's multicultural heritage from historical facts to tall tales to spiritual realms, Sinclair's writings reflect his...
Scope and Contents The collection contains 21 interviews conducted by John Nizalowski, largely focusing on writer Frank Waters; there are interviews with Waters and with family, friends and scholars of his work. The collection also includes interviews with other writers and scholars such as N. Scott Momaday, Roger Zelazny and Alexander Gurshtein.
Dates: Majority of material found within 1988 - 2008
Scope and Content The Frank Waters oral history interviews consist of one master set of thirty-nine (39) professional quality Beta videotapes. The contents of the original tapes are recorded on two sets of thirteen (13) videocassettes for patron use. The set of videocassettes labeled, "Window burn from Beta, camera originals," can be used for editing. Additionally, there are two sets of seven (7) audio cassette tapes of the interviews (one set for patron use), a transcript log, plus a summary log of the contents...
Dates: 1989, September 14-17
Abstract The Writers at Work Videotapes are six lectures by noted fiction writers delivered at the University of New Mexico's English Department.