Guide to the Catherine Woolley Papers
1930-1993

Print this Finding Aid | Email this Finding Aid


Results

Overview of the Collection

Creator: Woolley, Catherine
Title: Catherine Woolley papers
Dates: 1930-1993 ( inclusive )
Quantity: 11.25 linear feet (21 containers)
Collection Number: Ax 642
Summary: Catherine Woolley (August 11, 1904-July 23, 2005) was an advertising copywriter and later a freelance children’s author. The collection includes manuscripts and correspondence that reflect Woolley’s career in writing.
Repository: Special Collections and University Archives, University of Oregon Libraries

1299 University of Oregon
Eugene, Oregon, 97403-1299
(541) 346-3068
spcarref@uoregon.edu

Languages: Collection materials are in English. 
Sponsor: Funding for encoding this finding aid was provided through a grant awarded by the National Endowment for the Humanities.

Historical Note

Catherine Woolley (August 11, 1904-July 23, 2005) was born in Chicago Illinois to Edward Mott and Anna L. (Thayer) Woolley. She passed away in Truro, Massachusetts. She received her education from the University of California, Los Angeles.

Woolley began her writing career as an advertising copywriter, then worked as a free-lance writer of books for children, some written under the name Jane Thayer. She worked at many different places, such as the American Radiator Co. in New York City, American Radiator and Standard Co. New York City, National Association of Manufacturers, Architectural Record, Society of Automotive Engineers Journal, National Association of Manufacturers again, Passaic Redevelopment Agency member, Passaic Board of Education, teacher of juvenile writing, Cape Cod Writer’s Conference, conductor of workshop for juvenile literature, Truro Center for the Arts. She was also a trustee for the Truro Public Libraries. She was adept at stories about bunnies, kitties and kindly wolves.

Content Description

The collection includes manuscripts and correspondence with publishers, particularly Harper and Brothers, and William Morrow and Co. For most of the files, each manuscript has its own correspondence in the file with the manuscript.

Note: Some folders of correspondence contain other miscellaneous items.

Use of the Collection

Restrictions on Access :  

Collection is open to the public.

Collection must be used in Special Collections & University Archives Reading Room.

Restrictions on Use :  

Property rights reside with Special Collections & University Archives, University of Oregon Libraries. Copyright resides with the creators of the documents or their heirs. All requests for permission to publish collection materials must be submitted to Special Collections & University Archives. The reader must also obtain permission of the copyright holder.

Archival material may contain materials with sensitive or confidential information that is protected under federal and/or state right to privacy laws and other regulations.

Researchers are advised that the disclosure of certain information pertaining to identifiable living individuals represented in this collection without the consent of those individuals may have legal ramifications (e.g. a cause of action for invasion of privacy may arise if facts concerning an individual's private life are published that would be deemed highly offensive to a reasonable person) for which the University of Oregon assumes no responsibility.

If a researcher finds sensitive personal information in a collection, please bring it to the attention of the reading room staff.

Preferred Citation :  

[Identification of item], Catherine Woolley Papers, Ax 642, Special Collections & University Archives, University of Oregon Libraries, Eugene, Oregon.

Administrative Information

Arrangement :

Collection is organized into the following series:

  • Correspondence
  • Manuscripts
  • Southern Baptist stories (stories published in Southern Baptist publications)
  • Manuscripts, miscellaneous material
  • Manuscripts

Processing Note :  

Collection processed by processing staff, December 1994.

This finding aid may be updated periodically to account for new acquisitions to the collection and/or revisions in arrangement and description.


Detailed Description of the Collection

Correspondence
Container(s)
Description
Dates
Box
Folder
1 1 Correspondence 1930-1949
1 2 Correspondence 1950-1959
1 3 Correspondence 1960-1982; undated
1 4 Bank Street College of Education February 18, 1962-February 27, 1965
1 5 Child Study Association of America October 12, 1950-1951
1 6 Harper and Brothers, Publishers September 23, 1943-May 19, 1964
1 7 Imperial Productions February 23, 1966-September 16, 1968
1 8 The Methodist Church, Editorial Division, Board of Education October 28, 1948-November 20, 1961
1 9 William Morrow and Company Inc. April 18, 1949-December 7, 1979
1 10 Incoming: Mowery, William Byron January 26, 1948-February 9, 1949
1 11 Incoming: Story-A-Day Inc. December 15, 1950-August 19, 1957
2 1 Correspondence October 21, 1950-February 9, 1971

^ Return to Top

Manuscripts
Container(s)
Description
Dates
Box
Folder
2 2 Andrew's Visit
2 2 Picture and Stories, tearsheet September 1950
2 3 The Andy Bird, correspondence October 16, 1953-1967
2 3 The Andy Bird, agreement for permission to reprint works from American Education Publications
2 3 The Andy Bird, manuscript, with revisions, Xerox copy 3p.
2 3 The Andy Bird, printed version of story: American Junior Red Cross News May 1955
2 3 The Andy Bird, printed version of story: unidentified source 1956
2 4 The Animal Train and other Stories, correspondence June 18, 1945-February 5, 1975
2 5 The Animal Train and other Stories, tearsheet: “The Animal Train”, Humpty Dumpty 1953
2 5 The Animal Train and other Stories, tearsheet: “Butch the Bulldozer”, Story-A-Day October 1, 1953
2 5 The Animal Train and other Stories, tearsheet: “Butch the Bulldozer”, Weekly Reader June 26-June 30, 1961
2 5 The Animal Train and other Stories, tearsheet: “The Cat that wanted to be Useful”, unidentified
2 5 The Animal Train and other Stories, tearsheet: “Dawdling Douglas”, Topix (2 copies) December 1952
2 5 The Animal Train and other Stories, tearsheet: “El Gato que Queria ser Util”, unidentified
2 5 The Animal Train and other Stories, tearsheet: “Mike the Taxi Man”, Story-A-Day September 24, 1953
2 5 The Animal Train and other Stories, tearsheet: “A Sandwich for Smoky”, Child Life January 1948
2 5 The Animal Train and other Stories, tearsheet: “Whistley Jim and the Wrong Side of Bed”, American Junior Red Cross News May 1947
2 6 The Animal Train and other Stories, reviews August 15, 1953-February 13, 1954
2 7 April Fool, final version, original 9p.
2 7 April Fool, final version, carbon 9p.
2 7 April Fool, correspondence: Incoming 1 November 3, 1949
2 7 April Fool, correspondence: Outgoing 1 November 5, 1949
2 8 The Balsam Pillow, printed in, Trails for Juniors, December 12, 1948
2 8 The Balsam Pillow, final version, original 9p. serial December 1955-February 1956
2 8 The Balsam Pillow, Correspondence: Outgoing 4 1947-1949, 1960
2 8 The Balsam Pillow, Correspondence: Incoming 4 1947-1949, 1960
2 9 Barbie’s Brownie Dress, typed manuscript 3p.
2 10 The Bird who came to Dinner, typed manuscript 4p.
2 10 The Bird who came to Dinner, printed version of story 7p. Humpty Dumpty August, September, Undated
2 11 Bringing up Brownie, correspondence: Incoming 6, Outgoing 9 1954-1966
2 12 The Bunny in the Honeysuckle Patch, William Morrow and Co., New York 1965
2 12 The Bunny in the Honeysuckle Patch, correspondence: Incoming 11, Outgoing 3 1961-1980
2 13 The Bunny in the Honeysuckle Patch, first version, original 5p.
2 13 The Bunny in the Honeysuckle Patch, photocopy of original
2 13 The Bunny in the Honeysuckle Patch, final version, original 7p.
2 13 The Bunny in the Honeysuckle Patch, page proofs
2 13 The Bunny in the Honeysuckle Patch, galley proofs
2 13 The Bunny in the Honeysuckle Patch, tear sheet: Humpty Dumpty October 1962
2 14 The Bunny in the Honeysuckle Patch, reviews and publicity material
3 1 A Busy Week, correspondence: Incoming 14, Outgoing 6 1962-1968
3 1 A Busy Week, check stub for manuscript
3 1 A Busy Week, license agreement for manuscript
3 1 A Busy Week, photocopy of story
3 2 Butch the Bulldozer, correspondence: Incoming 4, Outgoing 6 1950-1953
3 2 Butch the Bulldozer, Story-A-Day Inc. agreement
3 3 The Cat that Joined the Club, first version, original 4p.
3 3 The Cat that Joined the Club, second version, original 6p.
3 3 The Cat that Joined the Club, final version, original with holograph revisions 6p.
3 3 The Cat that Joined the Club, correspondence: Incoming 8, Outgoing 7 1961-1967, 1976
3 4 The Cat that Joined the Club, galley proofs
3 4 The Cat who Joined the Club, tear sheet: Humpty Dumpty September 1962
3 4 The Cat that Joined the Club, reviews
3 5 The Cat that Wanted to go Home, photocopy of manuscript
3 5 The Cat that Wanted to go Home, typed notes
3 5 The Cat that Wanted to go Home, correspondence: Outgoing 4 1960-1961
3 5 The Cat that Wanted to go Home, correspondence: Incoming 8 1954-1970
3 5 The Cat that Wanted to go Hometearsheet: American Junior Red Cross Magazine, English and Spanish version February 1955
3 5 The Cat that Wanted to go Home, tearsheet: My Weekly Reader B, v. 39, no. 5
3 6 Cathy and the Beautiful People, William Morrow and Co., Inc., New York 1971
3 6 Cathy and the Beautiful People, correspondence: Incoming 8 1969-1971
3 6 Cathy and the Beautiful People, correspondence: Outgoing 10 1969-1971
3 7 Cathy and the Beautiful People, outlines: holograph draft of general outline of book 1
3 7 Cathy and the Beautiful People, outlines: typescript 1
3 7 Cathy and the Beautiful People, outlines: chapter outlines 12p.
3 8 Cathy and the Beautiful People, original typescript with extensive holograph, 114p.
3 9 Cathy and the Beautiful People, another version with holograph corrections, 107p.
3 10 Cathy and the Beautiful People, galley proofs
3 10 Cathy and the Beautiful People, corrected reader’s proof
4 1 Cathy and the Beautiful People, uncorrected proof
4 2 Cathy and the Beautiful People, diagrams of printing set-up for title page, table of contents and information about author
4 3 Cathy and the Beautiful People, newspaper clippings (background material)
4 4 Cathy Leonard Calling, correspondence: Incoming 6, Outgoing 4 1959-1960
4 5 Cathy Uncovers a Secret, illustrated by Don Almquist, William Morrow and Co., Inc. 1972
4 5 Cathy Uncovers a Secret, correspondence: Incoming 3, Outgoing 1 1970
4 6 Cathy Uncovers a Secret, typed draft, first version, extensive holograph revisions
4 7 Cathy Uncovers a Secret, typed draft, second version, holograph revision
5 1 Cathy Uncovers a Secret, typed draft, final version, carbon, minor holograph revision, 107p.
5 2 Cathy Uncovers a Secret, typed draft with front matter, holograph revision 107p.
5 3 Cathy Uncovers a Secret, galley proofs
5 4 Cathy Uncovers a Secret, reviews
5 5 Cathy Uncovers a Secret, research material, holograph notes and Xeroxed research material
5 6 Cathy and Chris, memo for check written to Woolley for Cathy and Chris
5 6 Cathy and Chris, correspondence: Incoming 17, Outgoing 14 1963-1964
5 7 Cathy and Chris, tearsheets: Trails for Juniors, edited and serialized version, 7 out of 10 chapters, chapters 1-2, 6-10 January-March 1964
5 7 Cathy and Chris, tearsheets: Trails for Juniors Vol. 23, No. 1-3 January 1964-March 1964
5 8 Cathy and Chris, dust cover
5 8 Cathy and Chris, reviews
5 9 Charley and the New Car, correspondence: Incoming 4, Outgoing 1 1953-1962
5 10 The Chicken in the Tunnel, correspondence: Incoming 5, Outgoing 3 1955-1967
5 10 The Chicken in the Tunnel, letter of interest to publisher from Scott, Foresman and Co.
5 11 Chris in Trouble, William Morrow and Co., New York, 1968
5 11 Chris in Trouble, correspondence: Incoming 11, Outgoing 9 1967-1968
5 12 Chris in Trouble, typed draft, holograph revision 107p.
6 1 Chris in Trouble, galley proofs
6 2 Chris in Trouble, reviews
6 3 Clever Raccoon, illustrated by Holly Keller, William Morrow and Co., New York 1981
6 3 Clever Raccoon, correspondence: Incoming 9 Outgoing 3 1979-1986
6 3 Clever Raccoon, Photocopy of page from Publisher’s Weekly with mention of manuscript
6 4 Clever Raccoon, typed drafts of manuscript
6 4 Clever Raccoon, author copy
6 5 Clever Raccoon, final draft
6 5 Clever Raccoon, front matter
6 5 Clever Raccoon, galleys
6 5 Clever Raccoon, correspondence: Incoming 1 July 24, 1981
6 6 A Coat for Carmen, one typed draft 4p.
6 7 Come and Watch! final version, original 3p. 1953
6 8 A Contrary Little Quail, correspondence: Incoming: 10, Outgoing: 13 1966-1969, 1980
6 9 A Contrary Little Quail, typed draft with some holograph revision
6 9 A Contrary Little Quail, galleys
6 9 A Contrary Little Quail, reviews
6 10 The Cricket that Cleaned House, correspondence: Incoming 4, Outgoing: 7 1962-1964
6 10 The Cricket that Cleaned House, manuscript, typed carbon 4p
6 10 The Cricket that Cleaned House, Printed version of story 8p: Humpty-Dumpty October 1963
6 11 The Curious Little Whale, printed version of story 2p: American Junior Red Cross News(?) April 1951
6 11 The Curious Little Whale, Spanish version of story: La Ballenita Curiosa 2p. unidentified April 1951
6 12 David Books, correspondence: Incoming, Outgoing 1946-1963
6 13 David and Den Three, publication: Trails for Juniors, serial, Chapters 1-10 January 1958-March 1958
6 13 David and Den Three, correspondence: Incoming 3, Outgoing 1 1955-1956
6 14 Dawdling Douglas, correspondence: Incoming 3, Outgoing 1 1952-1953
6 15 The Donkeys that Learned to Dance, printed in: Christian Science Monitor
6 15 The Donkeys that Learned to Dance, correspondence: Incoming 1 December 23, 1949
6 16 A Drink for Little Red Deer (also known as A Drink for Diker) correspondence: Incoming 16, Outgoing 12 1961-1974
6 17 A Drink for Little Red Deer, typed manuscript 9p.
6 17 A Drink for Little Red Deer, printed version of story 4p: American Junior Red Cross News May 1963
6 18 A Drink for Little Red Deer, reviews
6 19 The Duck that went Quack, correspondence: Incoming 2, Outgoing 1 1950
6 20 Ellie books, correspondence: Incoming 5 1949-1955
6 20 Ellie books, correspondence: Outgoing 3 1952-1954
6 20 Ellie books, note labeled P.S, sender unidentified December 1, 1964
6 20 Ellie books, partial manuscript, typed with holograph notes, p. 6, 8, 9
6 21 Emerald was a Fussy Cat, correspondence: Incoming 8, Outgoing 7 1960-1963
6 21 Emerald was a Fussy Cat, typed manuscript 4p.
6 21 Emerald was a Fussy Cat, printed version of story: American Junior Red Cross News February 1962
6 21 Emerald was a Fussy Cat, check stub
6 22 Far-Away Andy, typed draft 7p.
7 1 A Garage for Gabriel, correspondence: Incoming, Outgoing 1949-1984
7 1 A Garage for Gabriel, letters between publishers etc.
7 1 A Garage for Gabriel, authorization for release and publication of Read Aloud Effectively 2 1951
7 1 A Garage for Gabriel, memorandum of Agreement 2
7 1 A Garage for Gabriel, clipping, review for Gabriel, the Wistful Car
7 1 A Garage for Gabriel, check stub
7 1 A Garage for Gabriel, certificate of registration of a claim to copyright
7 1 A Garage for Gabriel, acknowledgement by the Braille Institute of America Inc. of the right to publish select works including A Garage for Gabriel in Braille
7 2 A Garage for Gabriel, correspondence: Incoming, Outgoing
7 2 A Garage for Gabriel, typed manuscript of Gabriel’s Garage 3p. 2 copies
7 2 A Garage for Gabriel, request for SRA to have non-exclusive license to adapt Gabriel’s Garage 4 copies, (2 photocopies)
7 2 A Garage for Gabriel, agreement between SRA and Catherine Woolley, 2 copies
7 2 A Garage for Gabriel, agreement for permission to reprint designated work(s) with revisions
7 2 A Garage for Gabriel, check stub for reprint rights
7 2 A Garage for Gabriel, photocopy of manuscript of Gabriel’s Garage 4p., 2 copies
7 2 A Garage for Gabriel, certificate of registration of a claim to copyright and photocopy
7 2 A Garage for Gabriel, photocopy of American Junior Red Cross News 6p.
7 2 A Garage for Gabrieldeposit slip, Money Transfer Department, the Fuji Bank Ltd.
7 2 A Garage for Gabriel, check stub for permission fee per attached letter
7 2 A Garage for Gabriel, tearsheets
7 3 A Garage for Gabriel, tearsheet: My Weekly Reader A July 28-August 1, 1969
7 3 A Garage for Gabriel, tearsheet: My Weekly Reader A Summer 1961
7 3 A Garage for Gabriel, SRA, Silver 1
7 4 Ginnie books, correspondence: Incoming 19, Outgoing 17 1948-1965
7 4 Ginnie books, typed page from a class assignment 1p.
7 4 Ginnie books, holograph note about the assignment
7 5 Ginnie and Geneva, correspondence: Incoming 5, Outgoing 3 1948-1949
7 6 Ginnie and Geneva Cookbook, correspondence: Incoming 28, Outgoing 12, Other 1 1966-1980
7 6 Ginnie and Geneva Cookbook, photocopy of cookbook cover
7 7 Ginnie and Geneva Cookbook, typed manuscript 58p.
7 7 Ginnie and Geneva Cookbook, memo: 1 November 5, 1974
7 8 Ginnie and Geneva Cookbook, galleys
7 8 Ginnie and Geneva Cookbook, memo
7 9 Ginnie and Geneva Cookbook, reviews
8 1 Ginnie and her Juniors, published in: Trails for Juniors, chapters 1-10 May-July 1963
8 1 Ginnie and her Juniors, correspondence: Incoming 9 1962-1986
8 1 Ginnie and her Juniors, correspondence: Outgoing 3 1961-1962
8 2 Ginnie and her Juniors, tear sheets: Trails for Juniors, Volume 22, No. 5-7 May-July 1963
8 2 Ginnie and her Juniors, page of typed revisions
8 3 Ginnie and the Cooking Contest, William Morrow and Co., New York, 1966
8 3 Ginnie and the Cooking Contest, correspondence: Incoming 7 1965-1980
8 3 Ginnie and the Cooking Contest, correspondence: Outgoing 2 1966
8 4 Ginnie and the Cooking Contest, final version 108p.
8 5 Ginnie and the Cooking Contest, galley proofs 59p.
8 6 Ginnie and the Cooking Contest, page proofs 109p.
8 6 Ginnie and the Cooking Contest, memo to Catherine Woolley May 11, 1979
8 6 Ginnie and the Cooking Contest, proof of dust jacket
8 7 Ginnie and the Mystery Cat, William Morrow, 1969
8 7 Ginnie and the Mystery Cat, correspondence: Incoming 11, Outgoing 9 1967-1968
9 1 Ginnie and the Mystery Cat, typed draft, holograph revision 110p.
9 2 Ginnie and the Mystery Cat, galley proofs, corrected
9 3 Ginnie and the Mystery Cat, sketch, frontispiece and title page, pencil on acetate, page proofs, title, frontispiece, table of contents
9 4 Ginnie and the Mystery Cat, research material
10 1 The Good Little Bus, typed draft, holograph revision 4p.
10 2 The Grab Bag Present, published in: Trails for Juniors Volume 13, No. 12 December 1954
10 2 The Grab Bag Present, correspondence: Incoming 2, Outgoing 1954-1955
10 3 Gus books, reviews
10 4 Henry and Mr. Truelove, correspondence: Incoming 9, Outgoing 7 1947-1955
10 4 Henry and Mr. Truelove, printed version of story 3p: Child Life October 1947
10 5 Holiday on Wheels, correspondence: Incoming 6, Outgoing 1 1953-1970
10 5 Holiday on Wheels, typed comments about Holiday on Wheels by Catherine Woolley 1p.
10 6 The Horse with the Easter Bonnet, correspondence: Incoming 21, Outgoing 22, Other 7
10 7 The Horse with the Easter Bonnet, typed draft 4p.
10 7 The Horse with the Easter Bonnet, musical score
10 8 The Horse with the Easter Bonnet, tearsheet: American Junior Red Cross News April 1953
10 8 The Horse with the Easter Bonnet, tearsheet: La Yegua con el Sombrero de Pascua Florida
10 8 The Horse with the Easter Bonnet, tearsheet: Youth News, 2 copies
10 9 The Horse with the Easter Bonnet, reviews
10 9 The Horse with the Easter Bonnet, miscellaneous
10 9 The Horse with the Easter Bonnet, photographs, 4, of horse with a flowered hat
10 10 A House for Mrs. Hopper (Mrs. Krause’s House), correspondence: Incoming, Outgoing 1952-1969
10 10 A House for Mrs. Hopper (Mrs. Krause’s House), royalty agreement
10 10 A House for Mrs. Hopper (Mrs. Krause’s House), royalty statements
10 10 A House for Mrs. Hopper (Mrs. Krause’s House), sales invoices
10 10 A House for Mrs. Hopper (Mrs. Krause’s House), consolidated list of organizations previously designated as within executive order No. 9835
10 10 A House for Mrs. Hopper (Mrs. Krause’s House), non-subversive oath for authors from the Texas Education Agency
10 10 A House for Mrs. Hopper (Mrs. Krause’s House), authorship file from American Book Company
10 11 A House for Mrs. Hopper (Mrs. Krause’s House), typed drafts 3
10 11 A House for Mrs. Hopper (Mrs. Krause’s House), tear sheet My Weekly Reader
10 12 The House with Stairs (also known as Up and Down), correspondence 1954-1969
10 12 The House with Stairs (also known as Up and Down), license agreement
10 12 The House with Stairs (also known as Up and Down), description of the Informal reading inventory for Richland County School District No. 1
10 12 The House with Stairs (also known as Up and Down), printed version of story: English version, American Junior Red Cross News March 1956
10 12 The House with Stairs (also known as Up and Down), printed version of story: Spanish version undated
10 12 The House with Stairs (also known as: Up and Down), printed version of story: Swedish version, Ungdomens, Rőda Kors 1957
10 13 A Hundred Pennies (A David Story), tear sheet: American Junior Red Cross News September- October 1945
10 14 I’m Not a Cat, said Emerald, William Morrow and Co., New York, undated
10 14 I'm Not a Cat, said Emerald, dummy
11 1 I Don't Believe in Elves, correspondence: Incoming 10, Outgoing 5 1969-1978
11 1 I Don't Believe in Elves, reviews
11 2 I Don't Believe in Elves, typed manuscript, holograph revisions, 3 copies, 5p. each
11 2 I Don't Believe in Elves, galley proofs
11 3 I Like Buses, correspondence: Outgoing 1 March 28, 1949
11 3 I Like Buses, first version, carbon 2p.
11 3 I Like Buses, final version, original 2p.
11 4 I Like Trains, Harper and Brothers Publishers, New York 1944, revised 1965
11 4 I Like Trains, correspondence: Incoming 21, Outgoing 16, Other 1 1943-1965
11 5 I Like Trains, first version, original 4p.
11 5 I Like Trains, first version, carbon 4p.
11 5 I Like Trains, second version, carbon 4p.
11 5 I Like Trains, final version, carbon 6p.
11 5 I Like Trains, page proofs 2p.
11 5 I Like Trains, typed notes 3p.
11 6 I Like Trucks, final version, original 3p.
11 7 The Kind Dog Catcher, correspondence: Incoming 3, Outgoing 1 1966
11 7 The Kind Dog Catcher, deposit slip for payment
11 7 The Kind Dog Catcher, typed manuscript 4p.
11 8 Libby books, chapter by chapter notes explaining the story, single spaced
11 8 Libby books, typed notes for revision on specific pages and text pages with holograph revisions 22p.
11 9 Libby Looks for a Spy illustrated by Liz Dauber, New York, William Morrow and Co. 1965
11 9 Libby Looks for a Spy, correspondence: Incoming 1 March 3, 1980
11 9 Libby Looks for a Spy, final version, original, 109p.
11 10 Libby Looks for a Spy, galley proofs 65p. including illustration proofs
11 11 Libby Looks for a Spy, partial book dummy
11 11 Libby Looks for a Spy, reviews
12 1 Libby Shadows a Lady, correspondence: Incoming 16, Outgoing 9 1972-1976, 1984
12 1 Libby Shadows a Lady, front matter
12 1 Libby Shadows a Lady, holograph notes
12 1 Libby Shadows a Lady, newspaper clippings
12 1 Libby Shadows a Lady, list of overstock inventory from the Morrow Junior division
12 2 Libby Shadows a Lady, typed draft, partial
12 3 Libby Shadows a Lady, typed draft
12 4 Libby Shadows a Lady, galley proofs
12 5 Libby Shadows a Lady, reviews
12 6 Libby’s Uninvited Guest, William Morrow and Co., New York, 1970
12 6 Libby's Uninvited Guest, correspondence: Incoming 9, Outgoing 8 1969-1970
12 6 Libby's Uninvited Guest, reviews
12 7 Libby's Uninvited Guest, typed draft, outline, chapters, holograph revision 19p.
12 7 Libby's Uninvited Guest, holograph notes
12 8 Libby's Uninvited Guest, typed draft, early draft, heavy holograph revision 91p.
13 1 Libby's Uninvited Guest, typed draft, revised draft, heavy holograph revision 114p.
13 2 Libby's Uninvited Guest, typed draft, carbon, final version, minor holograph revision 107p.
13 3 Libby's Uninvited Guest, galleys
13 4 Libby's Uninvited Guest, dummy with paste-in illustrations
13 5 The Lighthearted Wolf, William Morrow and Co., New York, 1966
13 5 The Lighthearted Wolf, correspondence: Incoming 16, Outgoing 14 1962-1972
13 6 The Lighthearted Wolf, typed drafts, versions 1-3, 5 copies total, one with copyright information on cover 10p.
13 7 The Lighthearted Wolf, galley proofs
13 8 The Lighthearted Wolf, reviews
13 8 The Lighthearted Wolf, holograph notes, 7p.
13 8 The Lighthearted Wolf, outlines
13 9 Little Bear Liked Blueberries, correspondence: Incoming, Outgoing
13 9 Little Bear Liked Blueberries, typed manuscript, carbon 3p.
13 9 Little Bear Liked Blueberries, printed version of story: My Weekly Reader A July 13, 1964-July 17, 1964
14 1 Little Bear Takes his Nap, correspondence: Incoming 34, Outgoing 22 1962-1964
14 1 Little Bear Takes his Nap, invoices for payment, 2
14 1 Little Bear Takes His Nap, Lesson 30 (includes Little Bear Takes his Nap)
14 2 Little Bear Takes his Nap, tearsheets: The Children’s Hour, unidentified undated
14 3 A Little Dog Called Kitty, correspondence: Incoming 16, Outgoing 3, Other 1 1959-1980
14 3 A Little Dog Called Kitty, memorandum regarding alterations for manuscript
14 4 A Little Dog called Kitty, Tear sheet: Humpty Dumpty January 1960
14 4 A Little Dog Called Kitty, reviews
14 5 The Little Ferry Boat and the King, correspondence: Incoming 1, Outgoing 1 August 17-August 19, 1953
14 5 The Little Ferry Boat and the King, typed draft 5p.
14 5 The Little Ferry Boat and the King, page 4 with holograph revisions
14 6 The Little Girl who went out at Night, typed manuscript, carbon 3p.
14 6 The Little Girl who went out at Night, printed version of story: We Do It Together Vol. 1 No. 6 March 9, 1958
14 7 The Little Gray Kitten and the Woodchuck, correspondence: Incoming 1, Outgoing 1 1963
14 7 The Little Gray Kitten and the Woodchuck, typed manuscript, carbon 3p.
14 7 The Little Gray Kitten and the Woodchuck, printed version: Humpty Dumpty February 1967
14 8 The Little House, correspondence: Incoming 23, Outgoing 17 1946-1980
14 8 The Little House, draft pages
14 8 The Little House, tear sheet
14 8 The Little House, suggestions for preface
14 8 The Little House, draft of manuscript
14 9 The Little House, typed draft
14 9 The Little House, galley proofs
14 10 The Little House, tear sheet: Child Life, Volume 28, No. 1 January 1949
14 10 The Little House, reviews
14 11 Little Lot, correspondence: Incoming 1, Outgoing 1 November 10-November 13, 1950
14 11 Little Lot, purchase order for The Little Lot and A Place for Jocko
14 11 Little Lot, printed version, Pictures and Stories, Volume 8, No. 3
14 12 Little Monkey, correspondence: Incoming 9, Outgoing 5 1956-1971
14 12 Little Monkey, tear sheet of manuscript
14 13 Little Monkey, reviews
14 14 Little Mr. Greenthumb, correspondence: Incoming 7, Outgoing 4 1966-1969
14 14 Little Mr. Greenthumb, reviews
14 14 Little Mr. Greenthumb, typed manuscript: first version, original 5p.
14 14 Little Mr. Greenthumb, typed manuscript: final version original 5p.
14 14 Little Mr. Greenthumb, author’s copy 5p.
14 15 Little Mr. Greenthumb, galleys
14 15 Little Mr. Greenthumb, printed version Humpty Dumpty October 1967
14 16 The Little Pig who wasn’t Invited (Chucky Changes his Ways), correspondence: Incoming 3, Outgoing 1 1953
14 16 The Little Pig who wasn’t Invited (Chucky Changes his Ways), typed manuscript 4p.
14 16 The Little Pig who wasn’t Invited (Chucky Changes his Ways), printed version Humpty Dumpty February 1954
14 17 The Little Rabbit who wanted his own Room, correspondence: Incoming 8, Outgoing 14 1953-1966
14 17 The Little Rabbit who wanted his own Room, statement of payment
14 17 The Little Rabbit who wanted his own Room, printed version Humpty Dumpty 1958
15 1 Look Alive Libby, correspondence: Incoming 15, Outgoing 8 1960-1982
15 2 The Lucky Dog, correspondence: Incoming 2, Outgoing 3 1954-1960
15 2 The Lucky Dog, typed manuscript, holographic revisions 4p.
15 3 The Lucky Number, correspondence: Incoming 19, Outgoing 24 1950-1980
15 3 The Lucky Number, Story-A-Day agreement form
15 3 The Lucky Number, memorandums
15 3 The Lucky Number, remittance statement from Thomas Y. Crowell Co. Inc.
15 3 The Lucky Number, photocopy of manuscript 3p.
15 3 The Lucky Number, application for renewal registration for copyright
15 4 The Lucky Number, tearsheet: Story-a-Day and photocopy November 5, 1953
15 4 The Lucky Number, tearsheet: Science Research Associates (SRA), Aqua 1 1978
15 4 The Lucky Number, correspondence: Incoming 2, Outgoing 4
15 4 The Lucky Number, paper from McGraw-Hill regarding copyright 1953 by Story-A-Day
15 5 Lunch for Lennie, correspondence: Incoming 5, Outgoing 3 1951-1952, 1958
15 5 Lunch for Lennie, review by Virginia Kirkus
15 6 The Magic Geranium, correspondence: Incoming 7, Outgoing 6, Other 1
15 6 The Magic Geranium, receipts for payment 2
15 6 The Magic Geranium, typed manuscript 3p.
15 6 The Magic Geranium, printed version of story American Junior Red Cross News October 1953
15 7 Mike, the Taxi Man, correspondence: Incoming 1, Outgoing 5 1950
15 8 Miss Cathy Leonard, correspondence: Incoming 7, Outgoing 3 1957-1958
15 9 Mrs. Periwinkle’s Pets, correspondence: Incoming 10, Outgoing 3 1954-1965
15 10 Mr. Moneybags, correspondence: Incoming 7, Outgoing 11 1951-1953
15 10 Mr. Moneybags, printed version, Trails for Juniors, serial, Chapters 1-11 February-May 1952
15 11 Mr. Pim's Peach Tree, correspondence: Incoming 18, Outgoing 17 1952-1962
15 11 Mr. Pim's Peach Tree, typed manuscript, holographic revisions 2 copies
15 11 Mr. Pim's Peach Tree, printed version: My Weekly Reader A August 12-August 16, 1963
15 11 Mr. Pim's Peach Tree, printed version, Humpty Dumpty September 1957
15 12 The Mouse on the Fourteenth Floor, correspondence: Incoming 17, Outgoing 11 1975-1979
15 12 The Mouse on the Fourteenth Floor, sketches, pen and ink, 2
15 13 The Mouse on the Fourteenth Floor, typed draft
15 13 The Mouse on the Fourteenth Floor, customer’s copy
15 13 The Mouse on the Fourteenth Floor, galley proofs
15 14 The Mouse on the Fourteenth Floor, reviews
15 15 One Shoe Off, correspondence: Incoming 10, Outgoing 5 1960-1968
15 15 One Shoe Off, typed manuscript, 4p.
15 15 One Shoe Off, printed version of story: Jack and Jill, 8p. November 1961
15 16 Only a Little Mouse, correspondence: Incoming 2, Outgoing 4 1961
15 16 Only a Little Mouse, typed manuscript 5p.
15 16 Only a Little Mouse, printed version of story: Humpty Dumpty, 7p. January 1963
15 17 Our Oldest Friend, the Earthworm, correspondence: Incoming 3, Outgoing 3 1949-1950
15 18 The Part-Time Dog, correspondence: Incoming 13, Outgoing 3 1953-1981
15 19 The Part-Time Dog, typed draft 10p.
15 19 The Part-Time Dog, galley proofs
15 19 The Part-Time Dog, printed version of story: Humpty Dumpty July 1954
15 20 The Part-Time Dog, reviews
16 1 The Party Invitation, correspondence: Incoming 7, Outgoing 7 1962-1968
16 1 The Party Invitation, form for permission to Initial Teaching Alphabet Publications Inc September 9, 1965
16 1 The Party Invitation, deposit slip for reprint permission January 15, 1968
16 1 The Party Invitation, typed manuscript 4p.
16 1 The Party Invitation, printed version: Humpty Dumpty February 1963
16 2 The Pink Cream Pitcher, correspondence: Incoming 11, Outgoing 7 1953-1969
16 2 The Pink Cream Pitcher, printed version of story, 3 copies: American Junior Red Cross News March 1955
16 3 A Place for Jocko, typed manuscript 3p.
16 3 A Place for Jocko, printed version of story: Pictures and Stories Volume 8, No. 2 November 1949
16 4 The Popcorn Dragon, correspondence: Outgoing September 7, 1954
16 5 A Present for Geneva, correspondence: Incoming 4, Outgoing 2 1949-1950
16 5 A Present for Geneva, printed version of story: Junior World, Volume 72, No. 52 December 25, 1949
16 6 The Puppy who Wanted a Boy, correspondence: Incoming 3, Outgoing 7, Other 1 1946, 1951-1953
16 7 Purr, Purr, said the Pussy, correspondence: Incoming 1 1961
16 7 Purr, Purr, said the Pussy, typed manuscript 4p.
16 7 Purr, Purr, said the Pussy, printed version: Humpty Dumpty November 1961
16 8 The Pussy who went to the Moon, William Morrow and Co., New York, 1960
16 8 The Pussy who went to the Moon, correspondence: Incoming 6, Outgoing 3
16 8 The Pussy who went to the Moon, final version, carbon 5p.
16 9 Quiet on Account of Dinosaur, Illustrated by Seymour Fleishman
16 9 Quiet on Account of Dinosaur, correspondence: Incoming 36, Outgoing 19, Other 2 1962-1980, 1986
16 9 Quiet on Account of Dinosaur, agreement for publication
16 9 Quiet on Account of Dinosaur, holograph notes 2p.
16 9 Quiet on Account of Dinosaur, memorandum
16 9 Quiet on Account of Dinosaur, review
16 10 Quiet on Account of Dinosaur, typed draft 9p.
16 10 Quiet on Account of Dinosaur, photocopy of manuscript with space for illustrations
16 11 Quiet on Account of Dinosaur, reviews
16 12 Remarkable Mrs. Mouse, correspondence: Incoming 4, Outgoing 4 1960-1969
16 12 Remarkable Mrs. Mouse, typed manuscript 3p.
16 13 Rockets don’t go to Chicago, Andy, correspondence: Incoming 12, Outgoing 10 1963-1983
16 14 Rockets don’t go to Chicago, Andy, typed draft: first version, original, holograph revisions, 5p.
16 14 Rockets don’t go to Chicago, Andy, typed draft: second version, original 10p.
16 15 Rockets don’t go to Chicago, Andy, galley proofs 8p.
16 15 Rockets don’t go to Chicago, Andy, page proofs 46p.
16 16 Rockets don’t go to Chicago, Andy, tear sheet: Humpty Dumpty April 1965
16 16 Rockets don’t go to Chicago, Andy, reviews
16 17 A Room for Cathy, correspondence: Incoming 11, Outgoing 2 1954-1957, 1978
16 17 A Room for Cathy, invoice
16 17 A Room for Cathy, printed version: Trails for Juniors, serial December 1955-February 1956
16 18 Sandy’s Christmas Candy, correspondenc: Incoming 2 1952
16 18 Sandy’s Christmas Candy, printed version: American Junior Red Cross News December 1952
16 19 Schoolroom Zoo, correspondence: Incoming 8, Outgoing 5, Other 1 1950-1962
16 20 The Second-Story Giraffe, correspondence: Incoming 4, Outgoing 2 1958, 1972
16 20 The Second-Story Giraffe, reviews and publicity clippings
17 1 Seventeen Balloons, correspondence: Incoming 2, Outgoing 6 1954-1955, 1972
17 1 Seventeen balloons, printed version of story: Humpty Dumpty December 1954
17 1 Seventeen Balloons, reviews
17 2 The Sleigh Ride, correspondence: Incoming 2, Outgoing 4 1950-1955
17 2 The Sleigh Ride, printed version of story: Trails for Juniors, Volume 9 No. 2
17 3 Squawky, correspondence: Incoming 3, Outgoing 3 1955
17 3 Squawky, tear sheet: American Junior Red Cross News February 1956
17 3 Squawky, Spanish Version undated
17 4 Summer is Forever, correspondence: Incoming 7, Outgoing 2 1950-1957
17 5 The Surprise Pillow, correspondence: Incoming 1 1953
17 5 The Surprise Pillow, typed manuscript 3p.
17 5 The Surprise Pillow, printed version of story: We Do It Together February 1959
17 6 Sylvester did his Duty, correspondence: Incoming 4, Outgoing 4 1961-1962
17 6 Sylvester did his Duty, typed manuscript 4p.
17 6 Sylvester did his Duty, carbon of typed manuscript 3p.
17 6 Sylvester did his Duty, printed version of story: My Weekly Reader A, Volume 31, Issue 1 June 11-June 15, 1962
17 7 Teddy Bear Lost, correspondence: Incoming 1, Outgoing 1 1955
17 7 Teddy Bear Lost, typed manuscript 4p.
17 7 Teddy Bear Lost, printed version of story: Humpty Dumpty undated (ca. 1955)
17 8 Thank You Dr. Crowninshield, correspondence: Incoming 2 1948
17 9 There She Blows, correspondence: Incoming 2, Outgoing 1 1950
17 9 There She Blows, manuscript purchase May 31, 1950
17 9 There She Blows, check stub for payment
17 9 There She Blows, typed manuscript, holographic notes 9p.
17 9 There She Blows, printed version: Trails for Juniors, Volume 10 No. 4 April 1951
17 10 Third Grade Zoo, correspondence: Incoming 2, Outgoing 1 1949
17 11 There's too Many, correspondence: Incoming 3, Outgoing 3 1952-1954
17 12 The Thoughtful Little Truck, correspondence: Incoming 6, Outgoing 3 1949-1968
17 12 The Thoughtful Little Truck, bill of sale of rights from Christian Science Monitor to Catherine Woolley
17 12 The Thoughtful Little Truck, purchase request for scripts from Canadian Broadcasting Corporation
17 12 The Thoughtful Little Truck, typed manuscript 3p.
17 12 The Thoughtful Little Truck, another manuscript copy, holographic revisions 3p.
17 12 The Thoughtful Little Truck, manuscript, Xerox copy 3p.
17 12 The Thoughtful Little Truck, printed version of story: Christian Science Monitor June 19, 1944
17 13 Timothy and Madam Mouse (Timothy Fraid of a Mouse), William Morrow and Co., New York, 1970
17 13 Timothy and Madam Mouse, correspondence: Incoming 21, Outgoing 24, Other 1 1944-1972
17 13 Timothy and Madam Mouse, “Advantages over Sesame Street” by Jane Thayer
17 13 Timothy and Madam Mouse, editing comments for Timothy and Madam Mouse and What’s a Ghost Going to Do? 1p. each
17 14 Timothy and Madam Mouse, typed drafts 2
17 14 Timothy and Madam Mouse, page layouts
17 14 Timothy and Madam Mouse, galley proofs
17 15 Timothy and Madam Mouse, dummy of book
17 16 Timothy and Madam Mouse, reviews
17 16 Timothy and Madam Mouse, tearsheet: American Junior Red Cross News January 1946
17 17 Tony and Tom, typed draft 4p.
17 18 Trains are for Boys, correspondence: Incoming 1, Outgoing 2 1963
17 18 Trains are for Boys, printed version of story: Humpty Dumpty October 1964
17 19 The Tree Trimming Party, correspondence: Incoming 1 April 22, 1957
17 19 The Tree Trimming Party, printed version of story: We Do It Together February 1958
17 20 Try Your Hand, Illustrated by Joel Schick, New York, William Morrow and Co. 1979
17 20 Try Your Hand, correspondence 1978-1981, 1984
17 21 Try Your Hand, typed drafts
17 21 Try Your Hand, galley proofs
17 22 Try Your Hand, reviews
17 22 Try Your Hand, research material
18 1 Tweet Sweet, correspondence 1964
18 1 Tweet Sweet, typed draft (2)
18 2 Two Hundred Pennies, correspondence 1947-1956
18 3 The Uneducated Cat, correspondence 1954-1956
18 4 Velvet and the Roosters, correspondence 1949-1951
18 4 Velvet and the Roosters, tearsheet: Trails for Juniors (2 copies) June 1949
18 5 What Do We See in Spring, correspondence 1951
18 6 What's a Ghost to Do? correspondence 1965
18 6 What's a Ghost to Do? typed drafts
18 6 What's a Ghost to Do? galley proofs
18 7 What the Mother Animals Whispered, correspondence 1951-1952
18 8 When I Have Time, said Jody, correspondence 1963-1964
18 8 When I Have Time, Said Jody, typed drafts (2)
18 8 When I Have Time, Said Jody, tearsheet: American Junior Red Cross News November 1964
18 9 Where is Squirrel? correspondence 1978-1980
18 10 Where is Squirrel? typed draft
18 10 Where is Squirrel? galley proofs
18 11 Where is Squirrel? book dummy
8 11 Where is Squirrel? reviews
8 12 Who Can be Coming? correspondence 1955-1958
8 12 Who Can be Coming? typed draft
18 12 Who Can be Coming? tearsheet: Pictures and Stories November 1958
18 13 Who Wants Jasper? correspondence 1953-1962
18 13 Who Wants Jasper? typed drafts
18 13 Who Wants Jasper? tearsheets: Summer Weekly Reader A; Humpty Dumpty June 17-June 21, 1963; December 1953
18 14 The Wobbly Tooth, correspondence 1959-1964
18 14 The Wobbly Tooth, typed draft
18 14 The Wobbly Tooth, tearsheet: Pictures and Stories June 1964
18 15 The Wonderful Window, correspondence 1967-1970, 1979
18 16 The Wonderful Window, typed drafts (2)
18 16 The Wonderful Window, galley proofs
18 16 The Wonderful Window, tearsheet: Humpty Dumpty November 1969
18 16 The Wonderful Window, review

^ Return to Top

Stories Published in Southern Baptist Publications
Container(s)
Description
Dates
Box
Folder
18 17 Correspondence 1949-1964
18 18 The Baby Eagle and the High Blue Sky, typed draft
18 19 The Baby Robin, typed draft
18 19 The Baby Robin, tearsheet: The Nursery-Beginner Leader, April - June 1953
18 20 Baby Seal Learns to Swim, typed draft
18 21 The Best Food in the World, typed draft
18 21 The Best Food in the World, tearsheet: unidentified
18 22 Betsy is a Big Girl, typed drafts, 2
18 22 Betsy is a Big Girl, tearsheet: The Nursery- Beginner Leader January - March 1951
18 23 Betsy's New House, tearsheet: Beams of Light September 20, 1953
18 23 Betsy's New House, tearsheet: Pictures and Stories July 1953
19 1 The Birds Come Back, typed draft
19 1 The Birds Come Back, tearsheet: The Nursery-Beginner Leader April-June 1952, April-June 1954; unidentified
19 2 The Birds Who Remember, typed draft
19 2 The Birds Who Remember, tearsheet: Everyday with Primaries October-December 1962
19 2 The Birds Who Remember, tearsheet: Nursery-Beginner Leader October-December 1951
19 3 Buzz, Buzz, Buzz, typed draft
19 3 Buzz, Buzz, Buzz, tearsheet: Every Day with Primaries April-June 1957; unidentified
19 4 The Crickets' New Suits, typed draft
19 5 Day and Night, typed draft
19 5 Day and Night, tearsheet: The Nursery- Beginner Leader July-September 1950; April-June 1956
19 6 The Farmer's Friend, typed drafts (2)
19 6 The Farmer's Friend, tearsheet: The Nursery- Beginner Leader April-June 1953
19 6 The Farmer's Friend, tearsheet: Every Day with Primaries April-June 1960
19 7 From Egg to Tadpole, typed draft
19 7 From Egg to Tadpole, tearsheet: Every Day with Primaries April-June 1957; unidentified
19 8 A Garden in the House, typed draft
19 9 The Good Little Bus, typed draft
19 10 Grandma's Best Present, typed drafts (2)
19 10 Grandma's Best Present, tearsheet: The Nursery-Beginner Leader, (two copies) January-March 1951
19 10 Grandma's Best Present, tearsheet: Every Day With Primaries April-June 1957
19 11 The Hornet's House, typed draft
19 11 The Hornet's House, tearsheet: The Nursery-Beginner Leader, (two copies) April-June 1954
19 12 How do you Make a Friend? typed draft
19 13 A Hundred Dogs, typed draft
19 13 A Hundred Dogs, tearsheet: unidentified (two copies)
19 14 Jiro Sees the Cherry Blossoms, typed draft
19 14 Jiro Sees the Cherry Blossoms, tearsheet: unidentified (two copies)
19 15 The Jungle Boy, typed draft
19 15 The Jungle Boy, tearsheet: The Nursery-Beginner Leader (two copies) January- March 1953
19 15 The Jungle Boy, tearsheet: Every Day with Primaries January-March 1959
19 16 Kindergarten is Fun, typed draft
19 16 Kindergarten is Fun, tearsheet: The Nursery-Beginner Leader October-December 1950
19 17 Ladybug, Ladybug, typed draft
19 17 Ladybug, Ladybug, tearsheet: The Nursery-Beginner Leader (two copies) April- June 1956; unidentified
19 18 The Little Gray House and the Flowers, typed draft
19 19 Micky and his Garden, typed draft
19 19 Micky and his Garden, tearsheet: The Nursery-Beginner Leader (two copies) April-June 1952; April-June 1954
19 20 Nancy Fools her Mother, typed draft
19 21 Nighttime Came, typed draft
19 21 Nighttime Came, tearsheet: The Nursery-Beginner Leader July-September 1950
19 22 No One Can See the Wind, typed draft
19 23 Peep, Peep! Spring is Here! typed draft
19 23 Peep, Peep! Spring is Here! tearsheet: unidentified
19 24 A Picture of Dorothy, typed draft
19 24 A Picture of Dorothy, tearsheet: The Nursery-Beginner Leader (two copies) January- March 1951
19 25 A Place for Jocko, typed draft
19 26 A Plant that Gives Us Clothes, typed draft
19 27 A Plant that Gives Us Food, typed draft
19 28 The Playground Friend, typed draft
19 28 The Playground Friend, tearsheet: The Nursery-Beginner Leader July-September 1957; April-June 1952
19 29 The Raccoon Children Learn Their Lessons, typed draft
19 30 Raindrops Falling, tearsheet: The Nursery-Beginner Leader July-September 1950
19 31 The Secret House, typed draft
19 31 The Secret House, tearsheet: The Nursery-Beginner Leader October-December 1952
19 31 The Secret House, tearsheet: Every Day with Primaries October-December 1964
19 32 The Sleepy Animals, typed draft
19 32 The Sleepy Animals, tearsheet: The Nursery-Beginner Leader(two copies) October-December 1951
19 33 The Snow House, typed draft
19 33 The Snow House, tearsheet: Every Day with Primaries January-March 1962; unidentified
19 34 A Storm is Passing Over, typed drafts (2)
19 35 Susan Plays House, typed draft
19 35 Susan Plays House, tearsheet: The Nursery-Beginner Leader July-September 1957; unidentified
19 36 Thank You, God! typed draft
19 37 The Tree that Turned into a House, typed draft
19 38 The Tree-Trimming Party, typed draft
19 39 Under the Ant Hill, typed draft
19 40 Under the Snow, typed draft
19 40 Under the Snow, tearsheet: unidentified
19 41 The Upstairs and Downstairs Girls, typed draft
19 41 The Upstairs and Downstairs Girls, tearsheet: unidentified
19 42 A Valentine Surprise, typed draft
19 43 A Visit to Daddy, typed draft
19 44 The Waiting Woods, typed draft
19 44 The Waiting Woods, tearsheet: unidentified
19 45 What are the Leaves Doing? typed draft
19 46 What the Fresh Air Gave Peter, typed draft
19 46 What the Fresh Air Gave Peter, tearsheet: The Nursery-Beginner Leader April-June 1952
19 47 When the Dark Comes, typed draft
19 48 Where Does the Dark Go?, typed draft
19 49 While the Caterpillar Slept, typed draft
19 49 While the Caterpillar Slept, tearsheet: The Nursery-Beginner Leader (three copies) April-June 1954
19 49 While the Caterpillar Slept, tearsheet: unidentified
19 50 A Windy Day, tearsheet: The Nursery- Beginner Leader July-September 1950; April-June 1956
19 51 The Wise Squirrel Family, typed draft
19 52 The Wonderful Weaver, typed draft
19 53 The Woodchuck's Whistle

^ Return to Top

Manuscripts, Miscellaneous Material
Container(s)
Description
Box
Folder
20 1 How We Use Our Master Plan - address to the Eleventh Regional Plan Conference, League of Women Voters
20 1 How Teachers May Select Worthwhile Literary Materials for Their Pupils...(two versions)
20 2 Publicity/biographical material
20 3 Miscellaneous

^ Return to Top

Manuscripts
Container(s)
Description
Dates
Box
Folder
21 1 Emerald Enjoyed the Moonlight, correspondence: Incoming, Outgoing 1960-1964
21 1 Emerald Enjoyed the Moonlight: Miscellaneous
21 2 Where's Andy? correspondence: Incoming, Outgoing 1953-1977
21 2 Where's Andy? tearsheet: Humpty Dumpty January 1953
21 2 Where's Andy?, miscellaneous
21 3 Gus Was a Real Dumb Ghost, correspondence: Incoming, Outgoing 1980-1988
21 3 Gus Was a Real Dumb Ghost, miscellaneous
21 3 Gus Was a Real Dumb Ghost, drafts
21 3 Gus Was a Real Dumb Ghost, galleys
21 4 What's a Ghost to Do? correspondence 1965-1980
21 4 What's a Ghost to Do? typed draft
21 4 What's a Ghost to Do? miscellaneous
21 5 Andy and the Wild Worm, correspondence 1952-1972
21 5 Andy and the Wild Worm, tearsheet: Humpty Dumpty November 15, 1954
21 5 Andy and the Wild Worm, miscellaneous
21 6 Andy and Mr. Cunningham, correspondence 1954-1977
21 6 Andy and Mr. Cunningham, miscellaneous
21 7 Andy and the Runaway Horse, correspondence 1958-1964
21 7 Andy and the Runaway Horse, miscellaneous
21 7 Andy and the Runaway Horse, tearsheet: Humpty Dumpty November 1962
21 8 Andy's Square Blue Animal, correspondence 1953-1990
21 8 Andy's Square Blue Animal, miscellaneous
21 8 Andy's Square Blue Animal, tearsheet: Piggity's January 1954
21 9 Applebaums Have a Robot, correspondence 1978-1991
21 9 Applebaums Have a Robot, miscellaneous
21 10 I'm Not a Cat, Said Emerald, correspondence 1961-1991
21 10 I'm Not a Cat, Said Emerald, tearsheet: My Weekly Reader, summer edition, Volume 25 issue 1 June 12-June 16, 1961
21 10 I'm Not a Cat, Said Emerald, typed draft
21 10 I'm Not a Cat, Said Emerald, galleys
21 11 Mr. Turtle's Magic Glasses, correspondence 193/1984
21 11 Mr. Turtle's Magic Glasses, galleys
21 12 Part-Time Dog, correspondence 1987-1988
21 13 Gus was a Mexican Ghost, correspondence 1971-1980
21 13 Gus was a Mexican Ghost, typed draft
21 13 Gus was a Mexican Ghost, author's proof
21 13 Gus was a Mexican Ghost, miscellaneous
21 14 Gus and the Baby Ghost, correspondence 1970-1978
21 14 Gus and the Baby Ghost, miscellaneous
21 14 Gus and the Baby Ghost, typed draft
21 15 The Outside Cat, correspondence 1955-1992
21 15 The Outside Cat, publication: School Magazine, part 2, volume 46 no. 1 196102
21 15 The Outside Cat, miscellaneous
21 15 The Outside Cat, publication: untitled (three copies), one in Spanish
21 16 Gus was a Gorgeous Ghost, correspondence 1975-1978
21 16 Gus was a Gorgeous Ghost, manuscript for Gus was a Modern Ghost (three copies of typed draft)
21 16 Gus was a Gorgeous Ghost, galleys
21 16 Gus was a Gorgeous Ghost, miscellaneous
21 17 Gus was a Friendly Ghost, correspondence 1961-1994
21 17 Gus was a Friendly Ghost, typed draft (three copies)
21 17 Gus was a Friendly Ghost, tearsheet: American Junior Red Cross News (two copies, one in English and one in Spanish October 1961
21 17 Gus was a Friendly Ghost, miscellaneous
21 18 Andy Wouldn't Talk, correspondence 1956-1957
21 18 Andy Wouldn't Talk, tearsheet: American Junior Red Cross News undated
21 18 Andy Wouldn't Talk, miscellaneous
21 19 Andy and his Fine Friends, correspondence 1959
21 19 Andy and his Fine Friends, miscellaneous
21 20 Gus was a Christmas Ghost, correspondence 1968-1988
21 20 Gus was a Christmas Ghost, miscellaneous
21 20 Gus was a Christmas Ghost, typed draft (three copies)
21 20 Gus was a Christmas Ghost, tearsheet: Humpty Dumpty December 1969
21 21 Ginnie and the Mystery Doll, program: script adapted by Betty Bopp, performed 19900731-1990089
21 21 Photos
21 21 Writing for Children: published book, New York, New American Library, Penguin Books

^ Return to Top

Subjects

  • Personal Names :
  • Woolley, Catherine--Correspondence
  • Subject Terms :
  • Children's literature, American--Authorship
  • Women authors, American--20th century

    ^ Return to Top