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1 Title:   T.B. Cooper condensed translation of A new history of ecclesiastical writers  Requires cookie*
  Creator:   Cooper, T. B.  
  Dates:   1881-1904  
The collection consists of T.B. Cooper's manuscript translation and abridgement of Lewis Ellies DuPin's A new history of ecclesiastical writers (the binder's title is Du Pin. Condensed).
  Identifier:   ms1234  
  Repository:   Hargrett Library  
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2 Title:   Salzburger settlement at Ebenezer typescript  Requires cookie*
  Creator:   United States. Federal Emergency Relief Administration  
  Dates:   1937  
A typescript of an English translation of "The Beginning of the Salzburger Settlement Ebenezer in Georgia." It was translated from German documents in the possession of the Georgia Salzburger Society, forwarded to them from Germany at the time of the Salzburger Bicentennial Celebration in Prussia. The facts contained herein were gathered largely from the diaries of Boltzius, Gronau, and others, published contemporaneously by Samuel Urlsperger, pastor of St. Ann's Church, Augsburg. The translation from German here presented was prepared by FERA (WPA) workers on a project under the direction of the Savannah Historical Research Association. Dated 14 September 1937, the typescript has the signature of Pearl R. Gnann, historian of the Ebenezer community.
  Identifier:   ms1105  
  Repository:   Hargrett Library  
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3 Title:   Coleman Barks papers  Requires cookie*
  Creator:   Barks, Coleman, 1937-  
  Dates:   1955-2021  
The collection consists of materials covering the life and career of Coleman Barks, with materials ranging from 1959-2017. Includes correspondence with other authors, such as John Moyne, Robert Bly, Annie Dillard, Mary Oliver, Reshad Feild, and James Dickey. Other notable correspondence includes filmmaker Dorothy Fadiman, actress Debra Winger, and former White House Press Secretary Bill Moyers. Collection includes extensive files from Barks' career, including early drafts and notes of his first published book of poetry, The Juice, extensive notes on his many Rumi books, and several other published and unpublished works. Notable items include Barks' first published poem The Recuperating in Box 30, and Barks' first Rumi translations in Box 19. Other notable items from the collection include the robes, emblem, and honorary doctorate degree Barks' received from the University of Tehran in 2006, several dream journals he kept from 1972-2008, extensive notes from his travels and appearances across the world, and props from the set of the film Big Bad Love, in which he played a small role as a minister.
  Identifier:   ms4164  
  Repository:   Hargrett Library  
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