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Media Credits

Authors’ portraits by Tom Floyd

LaSelle Gilman:

“Between the Lines,” Daily Nebraskan, May 16, 1930, 2. 

“G. LaSelle Gilman, Lincoln, Journalism, Sigma Upsilon, Dramatic Club,” Cornhusker (University of Nebraska, 1929), 129. http://yearbooks.unl.edu/ .

Parks Coble, James S. Sellers Professor of History at University of Nebraska-Lincoln.

Adventure (September 1949); Adventure (November 1949); Argosy (September 1946); Super Science Stories (April 1951).

Shanghai Deadline (New York: Dodge, 1936); International Settlement (1938, 20th-Century Fox); Dolores del Rio in International Settlement; F.L Christensen, “Shanghai Deadline,” Prairie Schooner, 10.4 (Winter 1936) 318-319.

Map of the Pacific, Katie Nieland.

“Cosmopolitan Club,” Cornhusker (University of Nebraska, 1927) 416. http://yearbooks.unl.edu/

“Chen Shih Yuan,” Cornhusker (University of Nebraska, 1927). http://yearbooks.unl.edu/

“University of Nebraska Graduates Marry,” Daily Nebraskan, October 13, 1929, 1; Kwei Chen, “Of Many Bloods (letter to the editor),” Daily Nebraskan, October 23, 1924, 2; Kwei Chen, “”The Chinese View (letter to the editor),” Daily Nebraskan, March 4, 1926, 2.

“Gilman as City Editor of the Santa Rosa Press Democrat,” courtesy of John Gilman.

“Temples of Learning,” (Prairie Schooner, 1928) read by Lindsey Cook.

Margaret Haughawout:

Randy Kyle Peterson, “Margaret E. Haughawout and the Monday Nighters,” typescript, November 11, 1975, p. 6, Margaret E. Haughawout Collections, Leonard H. Axe Library, Pittsburg State University.

Margaret Haughawout, Kanza (Pittsburg State yearbook), 1931, MEH Collections.

Randy Roberts, Dean of Library Services and Curator of Special Collections, Pittsburg State University, Kansas.

Carney Hall, Special Collections, Pittsburg State University, Kansas.

MEH to John Reinecke, October 4, 1926; and MEH to Reinecke, February 10, 1926, MEH Collections; Emanuel Haldeman-Julius; South Side Square, Girard, Kansas, Special Collections, Pittsburg State University, Kansas.

MEH to John Reinecke, June 14, 1926, MEH Collections.

“Hattie in Greenwich Village,” “Serf,” and “Relict,” (Prairie Schooner 1930-1931) read by Claire Harlan-Orsi.

Dorothy Thomas:

“Dorothy Thomas with Rifle,” Dorothy Thomas Archives, Jane Pope Geske Heritage Room of Nebraska Authors, Lincoln City Libraries, Lincoln, Nebraska.

Christine Pappas, Professor of Political Science and Legal Studies, East Central University, Oklahoma.

Dorothy Thomas to Marguerite Goode Lewis, 1931, page 2; Dorothy Thomas, “For Perry;” “Dorothy Thomas with Schoolchildren;” DT Archives.

“Augusta Dodge Thomas,” “Willard Irving Thomas,” DT Archives.

 “Augusta Dodge Thomas at the mailbox,” Augusta Dodge Thomas to Dorothy Thomas, December 5, 1934, p. 2, DT Archives.

“Publicity shot of Dorothy Thomas;” “Dorothy Thomas at a typewriter;” “List of Fun Things,” 1931; Dorothy Thomas letter to Marguerite G. Lewis, 1932, p. 1; DT Archives.

Dorothy Thomas Telegram to Marguerite G. Lewis, June 30, 1932, DT Archives.

Drawings, The Home Place (1936), DT Archives.

“Angie, Dorothy Thomas and Frieda at Frieda’s,” “DT and Angie: Angie says, “Let’s have one sentimental,” “Mabel and Loren Eiseley and I on their honeymoon in New Mexico, 1938, DT Archives.

“DT with laurel; “DT with unidentified woman and laurel;” “DT with guitar;” “Dorothy in a Dodge at Frieda’s;” DT Archives. “What will you do with me,” Prairie Schooner 2:2 (Spring 1928) 121.

“Dorothy Thomas and John Buickerood at wedding kissing,” framed wedding invitation; DT Archives.

“The Beast Room,” (Prairie Schooner, 1928) read by Genevieve Randall.

Bertram Austin Lewis:

Kwame Dawes, Chancellor’s Professor of English, University of Nebraska-Lincoln.

Lewis family photos courtesy of Franceda Veal and Dr. Bertram A. Lewis.

Richard Breaux, Assistant Professor of Ethnic and Racial Studies, University of Wisconsin-La Crosse

Bertram Austin Lewis, “The Envied Ones,” Prairie Schooner, 13.1 (Spring 1939) 9-13.

Letters from Bertram A. Lewis to Melvin Tolson, March 29, 1950, July 23, 1959, and November 19, 1959, container 1, Melvin B. Tolson papers, Manuscript Division, Library of Congress.

Wiley College yearbook, Marshall, Texas, courtesy of Gail Beil and Thomas Winston Cole, Senior, Library, Wiley College; “Endangered Black History: Langston,” ndepth on NewsOK.com, 2012.

“The Envied Ones” (Prairie Schooner, 1939) read by Omowale Akintunde.

W. Zolley Lerner:

Daily Nebraskan, April 9, 1942, 2.

Craig Lewis, Rabbi, South Street Temple (Congregation B’nai Jeshurun), Lincoln, Nebraska.

“Sigma Alpha Mu,” Cornhusker, (University of Nebraska, 1929), 226. http://yearbooks.unl.edu/

“W. Zolley Lerner,” Cornhusker, (University of Nebraska, 1929), 55. http://yearbooks.unl.edu/; “Plays Emperor Jones,” Daily Nebraskan, March 3, 1929, 1.

Lauren Cardon, Assistant Professor of English, University of Alabama.

The Melting Pot,” theater program cover, 1916, University of Iowa Libraries Special Collections, wikipedia commons jpg; Anzia Yezierska, Salome of the Tenements (New York: Grosset & Dunlap, 1923); The Jazz Singer (Warner Bros., 1927); Bernard Malamud, The Assistant (New York: Farrar, Straus and Giroux, 1957); Saul Bellow, Herzog (New York: Viking Press, 1964); Guess Who’s Coming to Dinner? (Columbia Pictures, 1967).

“All My Sons,” program cover, Resident Theatre, Kansas City, Missouri, March 8, 1948.

Who is Hope Schuyler? (20th Century Fox, 1942); They Came to Blow up America. (20th Century Fox, 1943); My Dream is Yours (Warner Bros., 1949)

W. Zolley Lerner’s grave, Mount Carmel Cemetery, Raytown, Missouri. Photo by Suzanne Brown, www.findagrave.com; Lerner family photos courtesy of Jim Lerner.

A scene from Kaddish (Prairie Schooner, 1932) adapted for NET Radio, 2014; read by Bob Esquivel, Ronda Esquivel, Matt Landis, Melissa Lewis.

Earl Guy:

Struthers Burt, “Small Bend of a Great River,” Saturday Review, July 17, 1943, 18-19, www.unz.org .

William Pratt, Professor Emeritus of History, University of Nebraska-Omaha.

Charles Lowry Wimberly, “Oxcart,” Prairie Schooner 14.1 (Spring 1940). 74-75.

“News of Banks and Bankers,” Commercial West, August 24, 1929, 28.

Stillwater Prison, Minnesota Public Radio Photo/Dan Olson.

“Lawrence De Vol,” Prairie Schooner 29.1 (Spring 1955) 35-41.

Earl Guy, “Our Minnesota,” Program of the Tenth State Convention, Communist Party of Minnesota, May 14-15, 1938, Minneapolis, (Minnesota: The Party, 1938) n.p.

“Author Proves to be a Convict,” New York Sun, July 3, 1943, 11.

“Homecoming,” Prairie Schooner 14.1 (Spring 1940) 13-19.

Struthers Burt, “Small Bend of a Great River,” Saturday Review, July 17, 1943, p. 18, www.unz.org; Heaven is a Sunswept Hill (New York: Macmillan, 1943) 1.

 “Homecoming” (Prairie Schooner, 1940) read by Daniel Clausen.

Faye Cashatt Lewis:

Cimex lectularius, CDC/Harvard University, Dr. Gary Alpert, Urban Pests-Integrated Pest Management (IPM), photo credit Piotr Naskrecki, 2006.

Dallas, South Dakota, Train Depot, 1908. South Dakota State Historical Society.

Economist Richard Edwards, Director of the Center for Great Plains Studies at the University of Nebraska, and cultural geographer David Wishart, University of Nebraska-Lincoln.

Osa T. and Salome L.Cashatt homestead house, homesteaded 1909-1920, courtesy of Mary Marson, Tripp County Historical Society, Winner, South Dakota.

M.S.U., “Doc’s Wife, by Faye Cashatt Lewis,” Saturday Review, June 22, 1940, 19, www.unz.org ; Faye Cashatt, Butler Studio, 1916; Faye Cashatt while at the University of South Dakota; Faye Cashatt while at the medical school at Washington University, St. Louis; all family photographs courtesy of Sidney Lewis Mathew.

Faye Lewis, photo by J. Richard Edsall, from the dust jacket of Patients, Doctors and Families (1968).

Lewis, “I had a baby, too,” Atlantic Monthly, 163 (June 1939) 771.

Faye Cashatt Lewis to Donald Pierson, June 19, 1954, Donald C. Pierson Papers, University of Iowa Libraries, Iowa City, Iowa.

“Cimex Lectularius” (Prairie Schooner, 1952) read by Nancy Finken.

Ervin Krause:

Loretta Krause, Professor Emeritus at the University of Hawaii, and the widow of Ervin Krause.

Krause home and all subsequent family photographs courtesy of Marlene Krause and Loretta Krause. Krause’s work space, photograph, Ervin Krause Papers, Archives & Special Collections, University of Nebraska-Lincoln Libraries.

Postcards, Lincoln, Nebraska, mid-century.

Timothy Schaffert, Associate Professor of English, University of Nebraska-Lincoln

Ted Kooser, Presidential Professor of English, University of Nebraska-Lincoln

Ervin Krause obituary, Honolulu Advertiser, November 27, 1970, A-14. Courtesy of Marlene Krause.

Letter from Krause to Chancellor Hardin, May 28, 1963; English Department Resolution, June 5, 1963; Unsigned letter to Chancellor, June 1, 1963; Letter from Bruce Brugmann to the Daily Nebraskan, May 21, 1963; Box 2: English Department (Prairie Schooner/Shapiro), 1963, College of Arts and Sciences Records, Archives & Special Collections, University of Nebraska-Lincoln Libraries. 

“The Right Hand” (Prairie Schooner, 1959) read by Otis XII.