Jump to Content

Collection Guide
Collection Title:
Collection Number:
Get Items:
Guide to the Robert R. Gros Papers, 1771-1976
Special Collections M0214  
View entire collection guide What's This?
PDF (55.02 Kb) HTML
Search this collection
 
 
Table of contents What's This?

Container List

Container 1, Folder 1

1797, June 3Adams, John. als, 1 pg, letter to Josiah Quincy

Container 1, Folder 2

1955, June 18Churchill, Winston. als, 1 pg, letter to Robert R. Gros (RRG)

Container 1, Folder 3

n.d.Cobb, Irwin S. Ms. of "Arise and Shine," one of the Judge Priest stories by Cobb. Handwritten with many corrections, 36 legal-sized pp.

Container 1, Folder 4

1933, Nov. 4Darrow, Clarence. tls, 1pg, to RRG, discussing Mormon religion and Darrow's opinions on the practice of law.

Container 1, Folder 5

1963-64Eisenhower, Dwight D. Correspondence with RRG including 2 letters from Emmet John Hughes, 8 items total.(RRG letters are zeroxed)

Container 1, Folder 6

1976, Aug. 28Hailey, Arthur. tls, 1 pg, to RRG re: Overload

Container 1, Folder 6

Hughes, Emmet John. See folder 4.

Container 1, Folder 7

Jeffers, Robinson and Una

 

1938, Oct 10Una, als to RRG, 1 pg.

 

1939, Apr. 4Una, als to RRG, 2 ppg.

 

n.d.Robinson, work-in-progress ms written on two unfolded envelopes

 

1922Robinson, ams "Suicide's Stone" Back of sheet contains tms "Beautiful Charm of God."

Container 1, Folder 8

1807, Nov. 6Jefferson, Thomas. als, 1 pg, to William Taylor.

Container 1, Folder 9

1859, May 27Lincoln, Abraham. als, 1 pg. to S.W. Fuller.

Container 1, Folder 10

1771 Jan 29Louis XV. document signed, 3 pp. (also 1 pg., n.d.)

Container 1, Folder 11

n.d.Marquand, John P. work-in-progress ms, typed with autograph corrections, 5 pp

Container 1, Folder 12

n.d.Rogers, Will. written as a series of jokes by Rogers in response to request from his son and RRG to help them liven up a radio broadcast. (2 lines ams) 5 pp. typed on Western Union paper.

Container 1, Folder 13

1938-1942Wright, Harold Bell. 9 letters to RRG, with 4 pp manuscript development (outline, first writing, revision, finished piece)