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Collection Title: Carol Denison Papers

Collection Number: DG1265

Accession Number: 2007-042

Inclusive Dates: 1939-1980; no date

Volume: 1.50 cubic ft.

Given By : Christina Krashan

Copyright: This collection may be protected from unauthorized copying by the Copyright Law of the United States (Title 17, United States Code).

Form of Material:

Passwords to People: A Storyboard by Carol Denison; Dodd, Mead & Co., 1956.

Preliminary Sketches/Line Drawings
Preliminary Artwork
Preliminary Artwork, w/handwritten text
Preliminary Artwork, w/pasted text
Sketches on rolled paper (1 roll)
Book dummy in spiral sketchbook
Edited typescript pages, various versions/states
Edited Typescript, version 1
Edited Typescript, revision 3
Edited Typescript, revision 4
Front/Back Matter
Front Matter, edited
Final Typescript/Artwork, marked for publication
Miscellaneous Proof Pages, w/pasted text & images
Title Page, two versions
Proof (unknown version)
Edited Proof
Revised Proof
Revised Proof, marked for publication
Final Proof, edited

A Part-Time Dog for Nick by Carol Denison, pictures by Jane Miller; Dodd, Mead & Co.,1959.

Book Dummy, w/pasted text & images
Preliminary Typescript, edited
Edited typescript
Edited/Revised Typescript Pages, various states
Final typescript

What Every Young Rabbit Should Know by Carol Denison, illustrated by Kurt Wiese; Dodd, Mead, & Co.,1948.

Edited typescript

Where Any Young Cat Might Be by Carol Denison and Jane Cummin, illustrated by Kurt Wiese; Dodd, Mead, & Co.,1956.

Original artwork for endpapers
Original artwork
1st Galley/typescript (3)
2nd Galley/typescript (3)
3rd Galley/typescript (3)

"The Fussy Furnace" story by Carol Denison [publication information unknown]

Preliminary Typescript, w/editor's notes
Edited Typescript

Unpublished work:

"As I Knew Them" (undated)

"Donkey and the Helicopter" (undated)

"The Happiest Child Alive" (undated)

"Hot Cat/Cool Cat" (1980)

"Mrs. Pudger's Little Red Piano" (undated)

"The Mystery on the Rhine" (undated)

"New England Bequest" (undated)

"No Summer Soldiers" (undated)

"Subbie's New World" (undated)

"Tim—Who Knows Him?" (1953)

Untitled book about animals in the Caribbean (undated)

Untitled book about children at school (undated)

Untitled book about farm life (undated)

Untitled book about logging (undated)

Untitled book on study of ice (undated)

Early untitled manuscript

Juvenile Fiction Series (1956)

Miscellaneous Notes/Writings (1952-57)

Personal Writings/Articles/Speeches

Typescripts of early poetry

Writings/sketches done in high school

Film work:

Bank Street Schools Film Project (1947-49)

Early Film Proposal (1939)

Encyclopedia Britannica Films, Inc. (1954-56)

Young America Films, Inc. (1945; 1951-57)

Children's Programming Proposals/Scripts (1949; 1957)

Notes/Sketches for Film on Southeast Asia (undated)

Materials From Work in Germany (1954)

Various International Storylines (1955-57)

"Shipper Children on the Rhine" (1953)

Miscellaneous Items

"How Animals Move" (undated)


Miscellaneous Materials:

Biographical Information



General Correspondence

Newspaper Articles

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