Yackety Yack. Chapel Hill, North Carolina: University of North Carolina, 1918. UNC yearbook, volume 18.

Yackety Yack. Chapel Hill, North Carolina: University of North Carolina, 1919. UNC yearbook.


"Thomas Wolfe." Peoria, Illinois: Thomas S. Klise Co., [n.d.]. Filmstrip with reading script. Not in Johnson.

"Thomas Wolfe Memorial Teacher’s Packet: Elementary." Asheville, North Carolina: Thomas Wolfe Memorial, [199-].


SCHUMAN, William. "Prelude for Women’s Voices." New York, London: G. Schirmer, 1940. Johnson I9.

New York, London: G. Schirmer, 1942. Johnson I9.

HODGIN, David R. "The Ballad of Tall Tom Wolfe." [Boone, North Carolina]: David R. Hodgin, 1949. Not in Johnson. Two copies.

GILLIS, Don. "Thomas Wolfe, American." Performed by the Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra, October 27-28, 1950. Johnson I11.

ROSENBAUM, Victor. "Magic: Two Songs on Texts of Thomas Wolfe." Princeton, New Jersey: [n.p.], 1965. Includes information on Rosenbaum. Not in Johnson.

HOIBY, Lee. "The Tides of Sleep." New York: Boosey & Hawkes, Inc., 1967. Not in Johnson.

RICE, Thomas. "A Letter of Thomas Wolfe." New York: Seesaw Music Corporation, 1980.



HODGIN, David R. "The Ballad of Tall Tom Wolfe." [Boone, North Carolina]: David R. Hodgin, 1949. 10-inch record. Not in Johnson. Two copies.

GOLD, Wally. "Look Homeward Angel." New York: London Records, [n.d.]. 45 r.p.m. record. Not in Johnson.

WOLFE, Fred. "Their Spirits Are Right Here With Me." Athens, Ohio: Croissant & Co., 1982. Taken from the Braden-Hatchett Thomas Wolfe Collection. Cassette tape.


SCHREIBER, Georges. Portraits and Self-Portraits. Boston: Houghton Mifflin Company, 1936. Beige cloth stamped in red and black. Dustjacket. Contains "Thomas Wolfe," an autobiographical sketch, along with a visual sketch of Wolfe by Schreiber. Invitation to attend Schreiber gallery exhibit, 1973, laid in. Johnson C16. [Also in catalogue under and located in ‘By Thomas Wolfe: Contributions to Books.’]

LEVINE, David. Pens and Needles. Boston: Gambit Incorporated, 1969. Book of drawings. Gray half cloth with goldstamped spine with black cloth, goldstamped. Dustjacket. Contains drawing of Thomas Wolfe.

CALAPAÍ, Letterío. Woodcuts and Wood Engravings, 1934-1977. Brochure accompanying exhibit at The Workshop Gallery, Glencoe, Illinois, December 4-31, 1977. Contains works related to Thomas Wolfe’s work. Inscribed on inside of front cover ‘Letterio Calapai’. Cf. Johnson I1.

VAN VECHTEN, Carl. Portraits: The Photography of Carl Van Vechten. Indianapolis, New York: The Bobbs-Merrill Company, Inc., 1978. Book of photographs. Black cloth with spine stamped in white. Dustjacket. Contains photograph of Thomas Wolfe.

GRAHAM, Robert MacDonald, Jr. An Artist’s View of the Thomas Wolfe Memorial at Asheville, North Carolina, 1987-1989. Bethesda, Maryland: Capricorn Galleries, [n.d.]. Book of paintings. Wrappers. Includes information on Graham.

SPANN, Barry. Yellow Mountain Landscape. Lunenberg, Vermont: The Stinehour Press, 1993. Poster, designed by Christopher Kuntze, features Spann’s painting and quote from Of Time and the River.

GORSLINE, Douglas. Look Homeward: Douglas Gorsline Illustrates Thomas Wolfe. Chapel Hill, North Carolina: North Carolina Collection, Wilson Library, University of North Carolina, 1998. Book of drawings. Wrappers. Card for Gorsline exhibit laid in.


DUKE, Wendy S. "Wolfe – Notes." 1985. Set of various notecards with envelopes.

PANTAS, Lee James. "Thomas Wolfe House." 1991. Set of notecards with envelopes.


The Literary Lives Calendar: 1989. New York: Thames and Hudson, 1988. Calendar of writers and the places they inhabited.


Largely Literary Designs. Chapel Hill, North Carolina. T-shirt with caricature of Thomas Wolfe by Steven Cragg. Size large.


Statue of Thomas Wolfe, approximately one and one-half feet in height.


Original design for Look Homeward, Angel, 1929. Four copies, one seems to be facsimile. One page strap with Sinclair Lewis endorsement.

Original design for Of Time and the River, 1935.

Original design for The Story of a Novel, 1936.

Horace Williams: Gadfly of Chapel Hill. By Robert Watson Winston, 1942.

The American Mercury Reader. Anthology edited by Lawrence E. Spivak and Charles Angoff, 1944.

Pioneering a People’s Theatre. Anthology edited by Archibald Henderson, 1945.

Original design for A Western Journal, 1951.

Look Behind You, Thomas Wolfe. By Elaine Westall Gould, 1976.


Alexander D. Wainwright’s review of Elmer D. Johnson’s bibliography appears in The Papers of the Bibligraphical Society of America, in the July-September 1961 issue. Collected are his correspondence with the Society and manuscripts and proofs of the article.