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Wolfe family

Works: 480 works in 598 publications in 2 languages and 5,166 library holdings
Genres: History  Genealogy  Criticism, interpretation, etc  Personal correspondence 
Roles: Author
Classifications: HV699, 929.273
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Family voices( Visual )

1 edition published in 1995 in English and held by 3 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Highlights the experiences of two families who live on the reservation of the Eastern Band of Cherokee Indians and portrays the families within the context of their American and Appalachian cultures. Service providers discuss their views of working with families from an American Indian perspective
Wolf family photograph albums by Wolfe (Family :( Visual )

in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

The Wolf family photograph albums contain cabinet card and carte-de-visite portraits of numerous men, women, and children. Most of the photographs were taken in Indianapolis and various small towns in central Indiana
Carmie S. Wolfe and Wolfe family papers, by Carmie S Wolfe( )

in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

The collection consists of manuscripts, printed material & photographs relating to the Wolfe & Kenworthy families; materials written by and to Carmie S. Wolfe; and a variety of materials from Carmie S. Wolfe's niece Carmie Griscom's life, including a 1905 letter written by Carmie S. Wolfe to Stella Olcutt, her roommate at the University of Kansas (Lawrence) describing a 6-week trip to the American West. Also included is an album of the life and times of Carmie S. Wolfe assembled by Carmie Griscom, 1976. The scrapbook includes photographs, letters, programs, and other mixed media materials from ca. 1898-1971. There are also 2 Lincoln plays written by Carmie S. Wolfe, Lincoln lives again or Gettysburg aftermath from 1951 and Lady of Lincoln from 1955, focusing on Mary Todd Lincoln. Also present is a small scrapbook of photographs and newspaper clippings related to Lady of Lincoln, information about Albert I. Wolfe, photographs of the Peter R. Wolfe family, and Amy Wolfe Coleman's family records
Maxwell Evarts Perkins correspondence and papers on Thomas Wolfe by Maxwell E Perkins( )

in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

These are primarily the papers of Perkins as literary executor for The Estate of Thomas Wolfe. There is extensive correspondence between Perkins, the Wolfe family, and publishers. Correspondents include: Edward C. Aswell, Atlantic Monthly, Aline Bernstein, Effie W. Gambrell, Harper & Brothers, Heinemann (Firm), Elizabeth Nowell, Mabel Wolfe Wheaton, William B. Wisdom, Frank C. Wolfe, Fred Wolfe, Julia Elizabeth Wolfe, Thomas Wolfe, and many others. Includes financial and legal records, some estate papers of Maxwell Perkins and Thomas Wolfe, lists of Wolfe manuscripts, clippings and printed materials, and photographs
Wolfe family papers by Wolfe (Family :( )

in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

The Wolfe family papers, 1890-1958, contain family correspondence, including letters of Thomas Wolfe; manuscripts; legal documents; clippings; scrapbooks; school notebooks and composition books; printed material; notes and reminiscences of family members; personal items that belonged to Thomas Wolfe or members of his family; and other materials. In addition to family correspondence, there are letters from Maxwell E. Perkins, Wolfe's editor at Charles Scribner's Sons; Edward C. Aswell, Wolfe's editor at Harper & Brothers; and Elizabeth Nowell, Wolfe's literary agent and later his first biographer. There is considerable correspondence documenting the work of Wolfe's literary executors and the administrators of the Wolfe estate. Perkins, in addition to being Wolfe's first editor, was the first administrator of the estate; Aswell took over after Perkins's death in 1947. Letters chiefly relate to members of Wolfe's family, most frequently Julia E. Wolfe, Fred Wolfe, and Mabel Wolfe Wheaton. Also included is correspondence with friends, relatives, and admirers of Thomas Wolfe. In addition to correspondence by and about Thomas Wolfe, there is correspondence among family members and other relatives, friends, and acquaintances that documents Wolfe family life in Asheville, 1890-1958. In addition to correspondence, there are also typed and autograph manuscripts of Thomas Wolfe, including the original typed manuscript annotated by Wolfe of his 1938 speech at Purdue University and typed and autograph drafts of several of Wolfe's plays; school and college notebooks; themes; and quiz books. Personal items belonging to Wolfe include his passports, diplomas, copies of transcripts of his college record, and other materials. Printed material includes items by Wolfe that belonged to either the author or members of his family; among these are several copies of his prize-winning college paper The Crisis in Industry and a copy of the limited edition of To Rupert Brooke. Other printed material is from the Wolfe family's collection of articles, essays, and reminiscences. There are also some unpublished materials relating to Thomas Wolfe and his family, including notes and reminiscences by Mabel Wolfe Wheaton and Julia E. Wolfe; transcriptions of recorded interviews with Mabel Wolfe Wheaton made by the Library of Congress; several notebooks of family reminiscences; and Mabel Wolfe Wheaton's collection of clippings about Thomas Wolfe and the Wolfe and Westall families and materials from scrapbooks she compiled that contained clippings, pictures, letters, and telegrams
The Wolf project : a genealogical investigation of a number of different Wolf (and variant spellings) family lines, from the time of their arrival in America or later by Raymond A Wolff( Book )

1 edition published in 2002 in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Volume III, titled "Appendix (Crum Family Special Section pp. 690-896)," includes section on related African American families, including the Craft family and William D. Crum, M.D. (1859-1912), customs collector of Charleston, S.C., and diplomat; and list of relevant S.C. materials in the Schomburg Center for Research in Black Culture (New York)
Correspondence and papers on Thomas Wolfe by Maxwell E Perkins( )

in English and held by 0 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Material by Thomas Wolfe includes: The web and the rock; Where was green; You can't go home again (contents page only); Der aint no decent air in Brooklyn; These things will never change; family photographs; and some correspondence
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