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This western, published around 1899, is a dime novel that has it all: roguish gun men, hostile Indians, chilvarous gentlemen to protect the hapless females, and – in Calamity Jane – even a female who can hold her own. The fictional character of the hero, Deadwood Dick, appeared in more than a hundred stories and became so famous the name was claimed by several men who actually lived in Deadwood, South Dakota.
 
This western, published around 1899, is a dime novel that has it all: roguish gun men, hostile Indians, chilvarous gentlemen to protect the hapless females, and - in Calamity Jane - even a female who can hold her own. The fictional character of the hero, Deadwood Dick, appeared in more than a hundred stories and became so famous the name was claimed by several men who actually lived in Deadwood, South Dakota. (Summary by Gesine/Wikipedia)
 
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Snooping in the acid-free boxes to find out what we can learn when just one letter from a person survives.
 
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In this episode guest Peter Balestrieri brings us a letter from Ursula LeGuin that he found tucked inside of a recently donated copy of "The Farthest Shore." Guest: Peter Balestrieri Citation: LeGuin, Ursula to Martin, John Located in "The Farthest Shore." Allen Lewis Autographed Books Collection (in process). SEE ALL OF THIS LETTER AND READ TH ...…
 
Guest: Jennifer Burek Pierce Citation: Marjorie McVicker (Sutcliffe) to Bill Sutcliffe, 1938 Judith Sutcliffe Papers IWA0067 Box 16, Folder “Marjorie to Bill, 1938” Iowa Women’s Archives SEE ALL OF THIS LETTER AND READ THE TRANSCRIPTION ON OUR BLOG: https://blog.lib.uiowa.edu/speccoll/2017/12/13/09-historically-yours-love-marjorie-knitting-hats ...…
 
(Corrected version of the podcast! While talking about international pirated versions of Poe's books, we mis-stated details about U.S. copyright in 1868. This file corrects that. If you know more about this letter be sure to email us and we'll read your letter on the pod. colleen-theisen@uiowa.edu, thanks! - Colleen). For this episode of Histor ...…
 
For this episode of Historically Yours, School of Library and Information Science graduate student Kathryn Heffner reads a typed letter on Arkham House letterhead with details relating to what it took to get HP Lovecraft published during World War II, both figuratively and literally. Letter: Msc0429, Thomas Ollive Mabbott Papers August Derleth ...…
 
*Updated 7/31/2017 to fix a flaw in the audio file For this episode of Historically Yours, Graduate Assistant Liz Riordan regales us with tales of the Wild West and a letter recounting an encounter with Calamity Jane immediately preceeding her death. (MsLT576s). Tillett, S. to Edwin L. Sabin 22 June 1929…
 
For this episode of Historically Yours, University Archivist David McCartney tells a poignant tale of letter writing past and present and then reads us a letter from James Thurber from his time at the New Yorker in 1935. (MsLT5361za)By Colleen Theisen from the University of Iowa Special Collections.
 
Whate'er we love becomes of us a part, The center of all tributary powers, Our life is fed from nature's throbbing heart and of her best the fibre and growth is ours. Helen Keller Cambridge April 29, 1902By Colleen Theisen from the University of Iowa Special Collections.
 
A memorial for World War I is the concern in a letter from Warren G. Harding read by School of Library and Information Science graduate student Ben Schmidt. Do you know anything about the movement to make a memorial? Or about Mrs. Henry F. Dimock? Type in the comments, email us colleen-theisen@uiowa.edu or write to us: Colleen Theisen Special C ...…
 
Historically Yours is brought to you by the wacky folks who wander in and out of the University of Iowa Special Collections. Your host is Colleen Theisen, today's guest is Liz Riordan. Our theme music was composed by Will Riordan. Letter from this episode: Lawrence Barrett to James H. Smith Esq. September 26, 1873. MsL B274…
 
Welcome to our new podcast. New episodes will premiere every two weeks on Tuesday. Episode 1 features Digital Project Librarian Laura Hampton reading a letter from April 15, 1942 from Horace Ainsley Vachell of Bath England to Mr. Corder. (MsL V1183co). Do you know anything about Mr. Corder? Or Mr. Vachell? Or anything else in this letter? Let u ...…
 
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In this second installment of our five part, limited edition podcast, we travel to the wild frontier of feminist americana to visit none other than the great rabble-rouser herself, Calamity Jane! Told by guest performer Rocket LaDonna, pull up a chair and lend an ear to one of the tallest legends in American folklore—free of all sexist slander— ...…
 
Norma Dane is just your typical high school girl except she solves supernatural and criminally insane crimes within her small town of Rapid Rapids Heights. In this second installment of an 8 part episode, Norma learns of a shady superintendent and has to save classmate Emma Jean from a ghostly possession! Norma, look out! Chilling mysteries and ...…
 
In this first of five limited edition podcasts, Mary Frances & Maranda Jean take you through the enduring legacy of one of our nations most iconic heros: Betsy Ross. Free of all patriarchal propaganda, they'll expose fact from fiction in this exciting & educational series that proves women are, indeed, legendary.…
 
Norma Dane is just your typical high school girl except she solves supernatural and criminally insane crimes within her small town of Rapid Rapids Heights. In this first installment of an 8 part episode, Norma learns one of the school janitors is missing and an unusally frightful message is sent to her from beyond the grave! Norma, look out! Ch ...…
 
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The one where Colleen and I talk about local music, institutionalized education, and Music YYC.
 
The one where Tristan and I talk about steampunk, Paul F. Tompkins, and travel insurance.
 
The one where Amy and I talk about KFC on speed dial, Amazon Prime, and family.
 
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