Manuscript/Archive , Print in English

Papers : 1962-1984

  • 3.75 linear ft.
  • Papers,
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    MS.0429 Box 1 c. 1
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    MS.0429 Box 2 c. 1
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    MS.0429 Box 4 c. 1
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Subjects
Local Subjects
Genre
  • Photographs United States 20th century.
Summary
  • Manuscripts and printed material.
  • The collection consists of four series: writings, personal, printed material, and photographs. The majority of the collection is writings, and the bulk of the writings are copies of, drafts, and notes for an unpublished memoir entitled HOW TO LIVE IN HELL which includes episodes describing her difficult childhood in Baltimore; her early newspaper work including interactions with H.L. Mencken at The Baltimore Sun; moving to New York City; her work as a newspaper and magazine writer including interactions with Wendall Wilkie and Judge Gary; and her battle with depression, ideas about gender and sex, involvement with psychiatry, and discovery of yoga.
Other information
  • Cite as: Joyce MacIver Papers Ms. 429, Special Collections, Milton S. Eisenhower Library, The Johns Hopkins University.
  • Finding aids note: Unpublished register available in repository. Also available electronically.
  • Restrictions: Permission to publish material from this collection must be requested in writing from the Manuscripts Librarian, Milton S. Eisenhower Library, The Johns Hopkins University, Baltimore, MD 21218.
  • Historical information: American author; b. Georgette Scott; d. 1999.
  • Organization and arrangement of materials: The collection consists of four series: writings, personal, printed material, and photographs.
Identifying numbers
  • OCLC: 123752441
  • OCLC: 123752441