The collection of Louis F. Budenz, writer, labor activist, Communist supporter, and later anti-Communist advocate, consists of an array of publications, ephemeral materials, and correspondence he collected on Communism in the United States and abroad.
This collection consists of the papers of Suzanne Stewart-Steinberg, Professor of Italian Studies and Comparative Literature at Brown University and Director of the Pembroke Center for Teaching and Research on Women. The collection documents Stewart-Steinberg's professional life, research in poststructuralist Marxism, politics and culture in post-unification Italy, psychoanalytic theory, as well as correspondence, conference material, research journals, and a significant number of her writings. The collection is arranged into 7 series.
Personal and literary correspondence both by and
to Lovecraft; manuscript and typescript drafts of fiction, non-fiction, poems, plays
and drawings by Lovecraft. Correspondence between friends, family, and associates of
Lovecraft. Subjects include horror fiction, New England antiquities, and the amateur
press. Significant correspondents include Robert H. Barlow, Robert Bloch, W. Paul
Cook, August Derleth, Ernest A. Edkins, Sonia H. Greene Davis (Lovecraft's wife),
Frank Belknap Long, Jr., E. Hoffman Price, Clark Ashton Smith, and Donald Wandrei
among many others. The collection also includes a small selection of photographs of
Lovecraft, friends and associates and objects owned by Lovecraft.