The Logan Pearsall Smith Papers consist primarily of Smith's correspondence, manuscripts, and research notes. Smith corresponded with notable scholars and socialites of his era. Correspondence in this collection is arranged in three series: Series 1 contains correspondence from Smith, Series 2 contains correspondence received by Smith, and Series 3 contains correspondence between other individuals, related to Smith or his estate. Series 4 contains manuscripts and notes composed by Smith, including draft essays, word lists, notes on other authors, and draft anthologies. For this series, each folder level record in the finding aid includes a description of the manuscript material. Finally, the collection includes one folder of newspaper clippings and one folder of business cards.
This collection contains material on the National Alumni Board. It contains directories, agendas, paperwork about certain Alumni Board related events, and photographs from those events dating back to 1980 and ending in 2008.
Created in 1984, the Trinity University Business Affiliates is a program through the development office focused on establishing and maintaining relationships with business communities. Affiliates of the program are businesses, corporations, and foundations that provide unrestricted annual financial support to the university.
This collection includes general files and correspondence on donor development and events held for affiliate members. Included are photographs from many of the events held.
COUSIN CROWE. Stanford Dingley, Reading: The Mill House Press, Xmas MCMLX, New Year MCMLXI. Untrimmed edges. 4pp. Cream-colored paper; paper cover. The eighteenth-century binding ornament, designed and cut by Mr. Reynolds Stone, was a favorite device of Logan Pearsall Smith, who had it stamped on many of his books. Presentation copy to John B(etjeman) from Bob G.-H. (Robert Gathorne-Hardy), author of Recollections of Logan Pearsall Smith: The Story of a Friendship.