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Collection Title: Carol Schwalberg Papers

Collection Number: DG1299

Accession Number: 2011-037

Inclusive Dates: 2010

Volume: .10 cubic ft.

Given By : Carol Schwalberg

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:

“Three Grandmothers” by Lili Barsha and Carol Schwalberg in The Los Angeles Times [story/essay]

Typescript

 

“The Boy Who Chased Yesterday” by Carol Schwalberg [story/essay]

Typescript


Accession Number: 2011-063

Inclusive Dates: 1958-2004

Volume: 1.0 cubic ft.

Given By : Carol Schwalberg

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:

Light and Shadow by Carol Schwalberg, illustrations by Lawrence Di Fiori; Parents' Magazine Press, 1972.

Publisher/agent correspondence
Research
Typescript

 

From Cattle to Credit Cards: The History of Money by Carol Schwalberg; Meredith Press, 1969.

Publisher correspondence
Research
Handwritten notes
Partial outline
Synopsis
Photograph captions
Index
Preliminary typescript [“From Barley To Bills”]
Edited typescript
Photographs
Galleys

 

“Face to Face With an Ice Hockey Superstar” in Seventeen by Carol Schwalberg, February 1968. [article]

First typescript
Second typescript
Published article [photocopy]

 

“All Together Now” by Carol Schwalberg in Ingenue, April 1970. [article]

Published article [photocopy]

 

“How to Survive the Environment” by Carol Schwalberg in Ingenue, July 1971. [article]

Published article [photocopy]

 

“How to Live Without Report Cards by Carol Schwalberg in Ingenue, March 1971. [article]

Published article [photocopy]

 

“Are You Eating What's Good For You?” by Carol Schwalberg in Ingenue, December 1971. [article]

Published article [photocopy]

 

“Are You Ready for Contact Lenses?” by Carol Schwalberg in Ingenue, July 1969. [article]

Published article [photocopy]

 

“How to Stay on Top of Everything” by Carol Schwalberg in Ingenue, April 1972. [article]

Published article [photocopy]

 

“Losing Your Cool” by Carol Schwalberg in Ingenue, June 1970. [article]

Published article [photocopy]

 

“The Next Revolution: How It Will Change Your Life” by Carol Schwalberg in Ingenue, July 1970. [article]

Published article [photocopy]

 

“The Collecting Kick” by Carol Schwalberg in Ingenue, July 1964. [article]

Published article [photocopy]

 

“Do Good Sports Really Have Fun?” by Carol Schwalberg in Ingenue, April 1969. [article]

Published article [photocopy]

 

“Mona Lisa Girls” by Justin Mason [Carol Schwalberg] in Ingenue, March 1972. [article]

Published article [photocopy]

 

“What's Behind the Easter Egg?” by Carol Schwalberg in Young American, April 1959. [article]

Published article [photocopy]

 

“How to Start a Flower-Pot Garden” by Carol Schwalberg in Young American, May 1958. [article]

Published article [photocopy] [2]

 

“Divers: Daredevils of the Deep” by Carol Schwalberg in Young American, March, 1958. [article]

Published article [photocopy]

 

“It's Time to Play Ball!” by Carol Schwalberg in Young American, April 1958. [article]

Published article [photocopy]

 

“Six-Legged Invaders” by Carol Schwalberg in Young American, April 1959. [article]

Published article [photocopy]

 

“What's Behind the Date?” by Carol Schwalberg in Young American, January 1958. [article]

Published article [photocopy]

 

“Is the Groundhog a Clue to the Weather?” by Carol Schwalberg in Young American, February 1958. [article]

Published article

 

“The Long Winter Sleep” by Carol Schwalberg in Young American, October 1958. [article]

Published article [photocopy]

 

“Can You Read Between the Lines?” by Carol Schwalberg in American Girl, October 1968. [article]

Published article [photocopy]

 

“Designing is Their Business” by Carol Schwalberg in American Girl, April 1962. [article]

Published article [photocopy]

 

“How to Pose Your Pet” by Carol Schwalberg in American Girl, August 1966. [article]

Published article [photocopy]

 

“Life Story of a Storm” by Carol Schwalberg in American Junior Red Cross News, March 1964. [article]

Published article

Published article [photocopy]

 

“The Life Story of a Star” by Carol Schwalberg in American Junior Red Cross News, December 1962. [article]

Published article

 

“Nature's Food Factory” by Carol Schwalberg in American Junior Red Cross News, April 1962. [article]

Published article [photocopy]

 

“Comedy is a Serious Business” by Barbara Ullman [Carol Schwalberg] in Scholastic Roto, November 1963. [article]

Published article [photocopy]

 

“The Boots He Never Wore” by Carol Schwalberg in Young Judean, Winter 1988-89. [article]

Published article

 

“Dutch Artists Join Ranks of Militants” by Carol Schwalberg in YES Syndicate [newspaper feature]

Published article [photocopy]

 

“High School in France” by Carol Schwalberg in YES Syndicate [newspaper feature]

Published article [photocopy]

 

“Three Grandmothers” by Carol Schwalberg and Lili Barsha in Los Angeles Times, November 8, 2004. [story]

Correspondence

Published story [photocopy]

 

“Chasing Yesterday” by Carol Schwalberg in Los Angeles Times, January 29, 2007. [story]

Published story [photocopy]

 

School Bank News edited by Carol Schwalberg; The East New York Savings Bank, April 1972. [newsletter]

Published newsletter

 

School Bank News edited by Carol Schwalberg; The East New York Savings Bank, June 1972. [newsletter]

Published newsletter

 

School Bank News edited by Carol Schwalberg; The East New York Savings Bank, October 1972. [newsletter]

Published newsletter

 

School Bank News edited by Carol Schwalberg; The East New York Savings Bank, December 1972. [newsletter]

Published newsletter

 

School Bank News edited by Carol Schwalberg; The East New York Savings Bank, February 1973. [newsletter]

Published newsletter

 

School Bank News edited by Carol Schwalberg; The East New York Savings Bank, April 1973. [newsletter]

Published newsletter

 

School Bank News edited by Carol Schwalberg; The East New York Savings Bank, April 1973. [newsletter]

Published newsletter

 

Miscellaneous:

Biographical material

Photograph of Carol Schwalberg

Valentine card [unknown origin]


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