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Box List:ID:Betsy Hearne Papers, 1941-2017Graduate School of Library and Information Science, UIUC18/1/381Arrangement:Series 1: Subject Files, 1842-2009Series 2: Presentations and Author Talks, 1978-2008Series 3: Drafts, 1974-2013Series 4: Center for Children’s Books, 1941-2007Series 5: Publications, 1977-2017Series 6: Beauty and the Beast, 1959-2010Complete Finding ndex.php?p collections/controlcard&id 1155Box list created 2018-01-23Repository:University ArchivesUniversity of Illinois at du/Series 1: Subject Files, 1842-2009This series contains Betsy Hearne’s correspondence, research files, conference papers, book proposals, VHSand audiocassette tapes, and publisher agreements. It also includes research notes, correspondence andchildren’s fan mail, two interviews, poems, permissions, and illustrations related to books and articles writtenby Hearne. In addition, this series includes her teaching materials such as course syllabi, lecture notes,reading lists, and assignments. Of particular importance are course materials and a memory book relating toHearne’s LEEPlore course, one of the first online classes taught at the Graduate School of Library andInformation Sciences. Also included are several folders relating to Hearne's trip to Iran in 1992. Finally, thisseries contains Hearne’s tenure file from the University of Chicago. Items are listed in alphabetical order.Box Annual GSLIS Storytelling Festival VHS, 200513th Annual Reading Round-up, Augusta Civil Center, 2002Lloyd Alexander and other letters, 1981-1992Allerton Conference, 2006American Library Association children book brochure, undatedArticles about Betsy Hearne, 1987Association for Library and Information Science Educators teaching excellence award,2006Beauty and the Beast, 1960-2003Beauty and the Beast, Chyng Feng Sun, 1997Beauty and the Beast, copies of Beauty and the Beast stories collected by Betsy Hearne,ca. 1819-1989Beauty and the Beast, Devries revisions, ca. 1986“Beauty and the Beast,” Jay MacPherson, 1974Beauty and the Beast and ms. for picture book, 1992-1993Beauty and the Beast, new publisher, 1994Beauty and the Beast permissions, 1988Beauty and the Beast pictures, reprints, and negatives, 1842-1984Beauty and the Beast reviews, 1989-1993Beauty and the Beast reviews and correspondence with Oryx Press, 1986-19961

Box List:ID:Betsy Hearne Papers, 1941-2017Graduate School of Library and Information Science, UIUC18/1/382Series 1: Subject Files, 1842-2009Box 119. “Beauty and the Beast,” Susie Paul, 199820. Best Children’s Book Awards, Child Magazine, 200521. Bibliographies—speeches, projects, etc., 1990-200422. Book illustration research file, 1962-198423. Boston Globe/Horn Book Magazine Awards, 1995-199724. The Brothers Grimm International Bicentenary Symposium, 1985-198725. C.V. and professional histories, ca. 1999-200426. Callaway Gardens regional conference, 1994-200027. Catholic Library World, 198228. Celebrating Children’s Books reviews, 1981-198629. Celtic Women’s Conference, Wisconsin-Madison, 2000-200130. Censorship, 1981-198331. Chicago Children’s Museum, 1991-199232. Chicago Companion to the Child, 200533. Children’s Book Council, “Prelude Mini-seminars on Using Books Creatively,” 1978197934. Children’s books and film, 2005-200635. Children’s fan letters, 2000-200336. Children’s fan mail, 199837. Children’s fan mail, 2000-201138. Children’s fan mail, 2005-200639. Children’s literature, 1996-199740. Children’s Literature Association Anne Devereaux Award, 200941. Children’s literature course notes (located in Box 16, Folder 1), 197042. Children’s Reading Round Table award, includes four photographs (see Box 16, Folder2 for oversized award), 1982-198343. Children’s Reading Round Table special award committee, 198344. Children’s Reviewers’ Choice, 1980-198445. Choosing Books for Children, 1st edition correspondence, 1 of 2, 1980-198846. Choosing Books for Children, 1st edition correspondence, 2 of 2, 198147. Choosing Books for Children, 1st edition correspondence and proposal, 1979-198248. Choosing Books for Children, 1st edition publicity and related projects (see Box 16, Folder 3for oversized promotional poster), 1981-1989Box Books for Children, 1st edition publisher files, 1981Choosing Books for Children and Story from Cyberspace, 1990Choosing Books for Children speeches, ca. 1981-1989Choosing Books for Children, 3rd edition, 1994-2000Choosing electronic resources for children, 2003-2004Correspondence, 1986-2006Correspondence, 1987-2000Correspondence, 1992-2005Correspondence with publishers, 1974-1985Correspondence, re. publications, 1976-1990Correspondence related to speeches and lectures, 1986-1992Course—Class reserve lists, 1994-19982

Box List:ID:Betsy Hearne Papers, 1941-2017Graduate School of Library and Information Science, UIUC18/1/383Series 1: Subject Files, 1842-2009Box 213. Course—Proposals and GLS Curriculum, 1984-198514. Course—ENG 196/ED 370, Storytelling, 199215. Course—LEEP 309, Storytelling, 1997-200016. Course—LEEP 409, Storytelling, 1993-200617. Course—LIS 199, Children, Literature and Culture, 1983-198718. Course—LIS 199, examples of group novel, 1994-199519. Course—LIS 303, Children’s literature, ca. 1996-200320. Course—LIS 303, Children’s literature, ca. 200321. Course—LIS 303, Storytelling, 1988-199622. Course—LIS 309, Storytelling, 199823. Course—309FO, Storytelling sources for grades K-12, 200224. Course—LIS 390, Chicago Tonight—John Calloway and Betsy Hearn VHS, undated25. Course—LIS 403A, Children’s literature, 200526. Course—LIS 409, Storytelling, 1988-200627. Course—LIS 450, Creation and criticism, undated28. Course—LIS 450FL (see Box 16, Folder 4 for oversized memory book), 1997-199829. Course—LIS 490, African American youth literature, 200930. Course—LIS 590, Reviewing course, 200531. Course—LIS 590, Youth, literature, and culture, 2006Box—LIS 590, Folklore and fireplace to cyberspace, 2007Course—LIS 651, Critical reading and writing, Rosary College, 1993Cultural literacy, 1989-1990Del Negro dissertation, interview of Betsy Hearne, 2004-2007Disney book, 1997Joan Donaldson, 1999Dorp Dead, correspondence and research materials, 2002Early and pre-reading, 2000-2003Effie Power piece, 2003Eli’s Ghost reviews, 1987Eliza’s Dog illustrations, 1995Every Child conference, 1983The Fairy Tale Trilogy, 1991Family in children’s literature, 1980-1982Family Stories Program, Allerton, 2007Folklore resources, 1987-1995Folklore/storytelling, 1997-1998Folkloristic Approaches in Library and Information Science reviews, 2000Folktales/storytelling, 1969-2005James Garbarino, 1993Graphic art and illustrations, 1981-1992Hauntings reviews, 2007History of children’s literature, 1985-1990History of print culture conference, 2006Home reviews and children’s fan mail, 1979-1981Horizon, review of Thomas King book and related correspondence, 2005Hug-a-book project, 1993-19983

Box List:ID:Betsy Hearne Papers, 1941-2017Graduate School of Library and Information Science, UIUC18/1/384Series 1: Subject Files, 1842-2009Box 328. Illinois Library Association, 2005-200629. Images and prints from National Museum of Janpath, New Delhi, ca. 199330. Interview of Betsy Hearne on Booklist, audiotape, undated31. Interview of Madeleine L’Engle by Betsy Hearne, transcript, 199832. Interview of Natalie Babbit by Betsy Hearne, transcript, 199933. Introduction to juvenile publishing, 1973-199534. Iran trip, 1992-199435. Iran trip, 1992-199436. Iran trip, Fereshteh, 1994-199537. Iran trip, photographs from Tehran International Biennale of Illustrations, 199238. Iran trip, Tehran International Biennale of Illustrations, 199239. Jane Addams Children’s Book Awards, 199840. JOYS article submissions, 1996-199841. Kaleidoscope 3: Thoughts on Dreams, Touchstones in Time conference, 198442. Thomas King, The Truth about Stories draft, 200543. LEEP retreat, 200244. LEEP retreat, 200445. LEEPlore, 200246. LEEPlore, ca. 200247. LEEPlore Bulletin Board messages for LIS 451, 1 of 3, 200248. LEEPlore Bulletin Board messages for LIS 451, 2 of 3, 200249. LEEPlore Bulletin Board messages for LIS 451, 3 of 3, 200250. LEEPlore Bulletin Board messages for LIS 451, 1 of 2, 200351. LEEPlore Bulletin Board messages for LIS 451, 2 of 2, 200352. LEEPlore Bulletin Board usage stats for LIS 451, 2003Box 0.LEEPlore, F. Sapienza, 1996-2003LEEPlore project history, 2002Lester/Zemach panel discussion, 1999Letters, re. jobs, projects, and proposals, 1978-2006Library of Congress picture books, 1996-1997Library Quarterly, 1979-1980Library Quarterly, Library of Congress perennial picture books study, 1996Life history of Betsy Hearne, taken by Kathleen Brinkman, includes CDs, 2012Norma Linton, undatedLiteracy workshop, 1990-1991Literature Is Important for Thriving Students (LIFTS) proposal, ca. 2006Joanna Rudge Long, review of Hearne, The Canine Connection: Stories about Dogs and People,2003“Looking for a good picture book?” Library of Congress information bulletin, 1996Loose Leaf Book Company, includes DVDs, 2000Love Lines reviews, 1987-1988“The Many Faces of Children’s Literature,” fall conference, 2006Margaret McElderry, 1962-1996Margaret McElderry, continued, 1996-1997Mary Calletto Rife Children’s Literature Seminar, 2005Michele A. May, 20014

Box List:ID:Betsy Hearne Papers, 1941-2017Graduate School of Library and Information Science, UIUC18/1/385Series 1: Subject Files, 1842-2009Box 421. Miscellaneous, 1996-200422. Miscellaneous, 2002-200423. Miscellaneous articles on Libraries and lists related to children’s literature and libraries,1937-198624. Miscellaneous writings and reviews, 1985-199125. New York Times responses, 1984-198526. Newspaper Enterprise Association (NEA) columns by Betsy Hearne, 1977-198527. “Not Just for Children Anymore! 162 Children’s Books that Adults Will Enjoy and Buyfor Themselves,” 199828. On writing, 200429. Oregon Library Association, 200330. Oryx Press Collection of Beauty and the Beast, 1991-199231. Oxford Encyclopedia articles contract, 200232. Papers by Betsy Hearne, 199833. Parents, family, and children’s books, talks and related notes, 199034. Paseo Boricua, 200735. The Past in the Present, International Research Society for Children’s Literature 13thbiennial conference, 199736. Personal, including photograph of Betsy Hearne, c. 1990, 1986-200437. Perspective, c. 1986-200038. Peter Rabbit, 1992-199339. Peter Rabbit, research proposal draft with Peggy Miller, 199140. Photos and pictures of Betsy Hearne, ca 1970s-2000s41. “Picture Books: Elements of Illustration and Story,” video by the American LibraryAssociation (VHS), 198742. Picture books, Northern Illinois University Children’s Literature conference, 200043. Poetry, 1989-199544. Poetry for children, 200245. Poetry open forum, 1984-198946. Points of view in books for children and young adults, International Board on Books forYoung People (IBBY) regional conference, 199947. Print culture panel, Women in Print conference, 200148. Propp/Stieg analysis, ca. 200049. Publishers, ca. 196250. Radio projects, 1982-198351. Randolph Caldecott award, 200552. Reading process, notes, undated53. Reading Round-up, 2001-200254. Redlands/Crossroads school visits, 200355. Reviewing, 1978-199556. Reviewing and children’s literature, 1980-198757. “Reviewing Children’s and Young Adult Books,” video by the American LibraryAssociation, 1989Box 51. Reviews and related correspondence, 1993-20032. Seattle, seminar on children, literature, and culture, 20013. Schedules, 1984-19935

Box List:ID:Betsy Hearne Papers, 1941-2017Graduate School of Library and Information Science, UIUC18/1/386Series 1: Subject Files, 1842-2009Box 54. “Seven Brave Women: Adventures of Our Ancestors,” accounts inspired by Seven BraveWomen, ca. 19975. Seven Brave Women, CBS This Morning (VHS), 19976. Seven Brave Women, illustrations and development of manuscript (see Box 16, Folder 5 foroversized proofs), 1996-19977. Seven Brave Women, Jane Addams picture book award, 19988. Seven Brave Women, reviews, 1997-20009. Seven Brave Women, talks and children’s fan mail, 1997-199910. Sexism and racism in children’s books, 1973-197911. Sharing Children’s Literature festival, 199912. “Sharing Books with Young Children,” video by the American Library Association(VHS), 198613. Showcase columns, 1975-198214. Signal, “Dispatch,” 1979-198315. Simmons talk, Innocence and experience criticism, 197916. Bernie Sloan, 199817. Sources/circles, 1989-199718. South Star letters and reviews, 1977-197919. Speeches and workshops, 1 of 2, 1975-198220. Speeches and workshops, 2 of 2, 1976-198121. Speeches, conferences, and projects, 1993-200122. Speeches, projects, and related correspondence, 1 of 2, 1997-200723. Speeches, projects, and related correspondence, 2 of 2, 2000-200424. Mary Beth Stein, review of James McGlathery, et. al., ed., The Brothers Grim and Folktale,199025. Story: From Fireplace to Cyberspace reviews, 1998-200026. Storytelling (see Box 16, Folder 6 for oversized drafts), 1985-200027. Storytelling artifacts, clips, etc., 199828. Storytelling bulletins, 1990-199229. Brian Sturm, review of Hearn, “Folkloristic Approaches in Library and InformationScience,” 200030. Teaching, assorted materials, 1985-199431. Technology and the book, 198332. Television and children’s books project, 1976-197833. “Thankful Tales: Stories from GSLIS Community” CD, 201234. Tolliver’s Hollow, 199935. Trends and Traditions 2002: Literature for Youth, K-12, 200236. Trends proposal for special issue on folklore and LIS, 1998Box 61. Various projects and writings, 1985-19912. University of Chicago Graduate Library School (GLS), 1985-19903. University of Chicago Graduate Library School (GLS) review, 1 of 2, 1985-19884. University of Chicago Graduate Library School (GLS) review, 2 of 2, 1985-19885. University of Chicago tenure file, 1983-19916. University of Illinois annual reports and correspondence, 1994-20047. University of Illinois, Betsy Hearne 2005-2006 annual report, 20068. University of Illinois Graduate School of Library and Information Science, 2006Department Status, 20066

Box List:ID:Betsy Hearne Papers, 1941-2017Graduate School of Library and Information Science, UIUC18/1/387Series 1: Subject Files, 1842-2009Box 69. University of Illinois promotion papers, 199810. Web page, 200111. Women as readers, writers, and characters in children’s literature, 1975-198212. Jack Zipes, 1987-1988Series 2: Presentations and Author Talks, 1978-2008This series contains Betsy Hearne’s lectures, keynote addresses, and author talks including their outlines andnotes. Items are listed in chronological order.Box 613. “Reviewing and Criticism: A World of Difference,” presented at American LibraryAssociation open forum, 197814. “Stories,” speech given in acceptance of Children’s Reading Round Table Award, 198215. Miscellaneous talks and speeches, ca. 1981-200516. Betsy Hearne author talks, assorted outlines and notes, ca. 1990s-2000s17. “Patterns of Sound, Sight, and Story: From Literature to Literacy,” presented at EnglishFaculty Colloquium, 199118. “Reasons to Read: From Literature to Literacy,” presented at Benton College CentennialConference, 199119. “The Mythical Child: Patterns of Sound, Sight, and Story,” Erikson Institute, 199220. “Storytelling in Print: Children’s Books as Cultural Heritage,” presented in Tehran, 199321. “Midwife, Witch, and Woman-Child: Metaphor for a Matriarchal Profession,” presentedat Allerton Institute conference, 199722. Midwifes/Witches, assorted notes and outlines, 1997-199923. “Choosing Books for Children,” assorted author talks, 1999-200224. “The LIS Approach to Children’s Literature,” presented at National ReadingConference, 200025. “Journeys of the Spirit: Children’s Literature as Quest,” assorted author talks, 2000-200126. “The Creation of Criticism of Children’s Books: A Storied Life,” presented at OhioState University, 200127. “Feeding the Folktale in Us,” presented at the University of Wisconsin, Madison, 200128. “Storied Lives,” presented at Liberal Arts and Sciences (LAS) Humanities Lecture, 200129. “Children’s Picture Book Illustration as an International Language, presented at ArtInstitute of Chicago, 200230. “The Creation and Criticism of Children’s Books: A Storied Life,” presented at theCharlotte Huck lecture, 200331. “The Creative Life of Children’s Librarians,” 200332. “Stories of the Gobhaun Saor and Co.,” presented at the “Cheap Date” storytellingprogram, 200433. “Storytelling: What, When, Who, How, and Why?” presented at Texas LibraryAssociation, 200534. Girls Preparatory School presentation, 200535. “Now a Major Motion Picture: The Translation of Children’s Literature into Film,”presented at Washington University, 20057

Box List:ID:Betsy Hearne Papers, 1941-2017Graduate School of Library and Information Science, UIUC18/1/388Series 2: Presentations and Author Talks, 1978-2008Box 636. “Beauty and the Beast,” presented at Children’s Literature New England conference,200537. “Bonding Books and Children,” presented at Mary Calletto Rife Children’s Literatureseminar, 200538. “Beauty and the Beast,” presented at Plymouth State University, 200739. “Research and Reimagining Folklore in Children’s Literature,” presented at Children’sLiterature Association, 200840. “Brer Gator Meets Brer Trouble,” adaptation and presentation of African-Americantrickster tale, undatedSeries 3: Drafts, 1974-2013This series contains mostly book drafts and some article drafts written and edited by Betsy Hearne. Hearneselected these drafts as major selections to be preserved and included in this collection. Notably, this seriescontains unpublished manuscripts, including four folders of stories collected for an unpublished folkloreanthology. Many folders also include correspondence with publishers and book reviewers. Items are listedchronologically.Box 641. Articles and essays on children’s literature, 1974-198942. South Star, 1 of 2, ca. 197743. South Star, 2 of 2, 197744. Home, 1 of 3, 197845. Home, 2 of 3, 1978Box 0.Home, 3 of 3, 1977-1978Choosing Books for Children, 1st edition, 1 of 2, 1979-1980Choosing Books for Children, 1st edition, 2 of 2, 1979-1980“U.S. Children’s Books on World War II,” 1979-1983Working mother article, 1983Love Lines, 1985-1987Eli’s Ghost, ca. 1985-1987Eli’s Ghost, July 1985Eli’s Ghost, August 1985Eli’s Ghost, March 1986Eli’s Ghost, production materials, 1987Polaroid and other poems, 1989Beauty and the Beast (cancelled because of Trina S. Hyman’s illness), 1990-1993Eliza’s Dog (Panda in early drafts), 1990-1994“Children’s Literature and Cultural Literacy: The Narrative Foundation,” ca. 1991Reasons to Read, 1991-1993Mr. Trouble (picture book manuscript submitted to Holiday House), 1992-1993Mr. Trouble (Holiday House and Trina S. Hyman of Beauty and the Beast), 1997“Storytelling in Print: Children’s Books as Cultural Heritage,” ca. 1997Woman, Child, and Story: A Journey from Folklore to Children’s Literature (book proposal andchapter draft), 199721. Who’s in the Hall? (originally “Wag and Wave”), 1997-19998

Box List:ID:Betsy Hearne Papers, 1941-2017Graduate School of Library and Information Science, UIUC18/1/389Series 3: Drafts, 1974-2013Box 722. Alice/Listening for Leroy, 1997-199823. “Penelope Lively,” 199924. Winslow Press (drafts for unpublished folklore collection), 1 of 4, 1999-200125. Winslow Press (drafts for unpublished folklore collection), 2 of 4, 1999-200126. Winslow Press (drafts for unpublished folklore collection), 3 of 4, 1999-200127. Winslow Press (drafts for unpublished folklore collection), 4 of 4, 1999-200128. Wishes, Kisses, and Pigs, 200029. Who’s Going Where? (unpublished sequel to Who’s in the Hall?), 2000Box Connection, 2000-2001“Reasons to Read: From Literature to Literacy,” 2001Hauntings, 2002-2004Hauntings, 2006“Secret Trees” from Hauntings, ca. 2006“Memoirette,” 2005“Humor in Children’s Literature,” Alumni newsletter, 2006-2007A Narrative Compass: Women’s Scholarly Journeys, ca. 2008-2009“Children’s Literature,” “Folk and Fairy Tales,” and “Imagining Each Other,” in TheChild: An Encyclopedic Companion, 2009Beauty and the Beast, Argentina and Venezuela picture book resources and introduction,2011Cobra’s Son, ca. 2013“Jake Tales,” undated“Unnatural Guests: Stories of Danger, Love, and Sometimes Loss,” undatedSeries 4: Center for Children’s Books Records, 1941-2007This series contains records of Betsy Hearne’s time at the Center for Children’s Books and The Bulletin ofThe Center for Children’s Books, both at the University of Chicago and at the University of Illinois. Theseries includes correspondence, financial statements, promotional flyers and pamphlets, meeting notes, grantproposals, the Zena Sutherland Lecture files (co-sponsored by the Center), audiocassette tapes, and pressreleases. In addition, this series contains documents of the early history of the Center and Betsy Hearne’sattempt to save the Center when the University of Chicago cut its funding. This series also includes rare earlyeditions of The Bulletin. This series is arranged alphabetically.Box 814. Advertising Rate Cards, 199915. Advisory Committee, 1952-195316. Allerton 1992: Evaluating Children’s Books, 199217. Annual report, 1993-199418. Articles on the Center for Children’s Books, 1960-199519. Bibliographies and library holding lists, 1984-199420. Blue Ribbons, 2000-200121. Brochures, 1993-199622. Bibliographies, 1991-199723. Budget, 199824. Bulletin—Associate editor, 1987-19919

Box List:ID:Betsy Hearne Papers, 1941-2017Graduate School of Library and Information Science, UIUC18/1/3810Series 4: Center for Children’s Books Records, 1941-2007Box 825. Bulletin—Advisory board, 199226. Bulletin—BCCB/CCB History, ca. 199627. Bulletin—Circulation, 1955-197728. Bulletin—Correspondence (re. transfer of BCCB from the University of Chicago to theUniversity of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign), 1991-199229. Bulletin—Financial and promotion materials, 1 of 3, ca. 1985-198830. Bulletin—Financial and promotion materials, 2 of 3, ca. 1977-198831. Bulletin—Financial and promotion materials, 3 of 3, ca. 1987-199032. Bulletin—Financial and promotion materials, 1989-199133. Bulletin—Financial information, 1992-199634. Bulletin—Financial statements, 1971-198735. Bulletin—Graphics, 199736. Bulletin—Lease for 1512 Fremont, 199237. Bulletin—Marketing proposals, 199038. Bulletin—Miscellaneous Bulletin documents to keep, 1993-199439. Bulletin—Miscellaneous Bulletin documents, University of Chicago, 1986-199140. Bulletin—Old University of Chicago Bulletin manuals, undated41. Bulletin—Press, 1969-199042. Bulletin—Promotion and publicity, ca, 1987-199143. Bulletin—Promotion and subscription records, 1990-1991Box 0.21.Bulletin—Retirement scrapbook and memorabilia, 1994Bulletin—Royalties, 1994Bulletin—University of Chicago press, correspondence, 1986-1988Bulletin—University of Illinois press agreement, 1996Bulletin—Webpage, original and older documents, ca. 2001Bulletin, 1945-1946Bulletin, vol. I, 1948Bulletin, vol. II, 1948-1949Bulletin, vol. III, 1949-1950Bulletin, vol. IV, 1950-1951Bulletin, vol. V, 1951-1952Bulletin, vol. VI, 1952-1953Bulletin, vol. VII, 1953-1954Bulletin, vol. VIII, 1954-1955Bulletin, vol. IX, 1955-1956Bulletin, vol. X, 1956-1957Bulletin, vol. XI, 1957-1958Bulletin, vol. XLV, 1992Center for Children’s Books/BulletinCenter for Children’s Books / Institute of Museum and Library Services, ca. 2005Center for Children’s Books / Institute of Museum and Library Services grant for EarlyChildhood Learning Consortium ca. 200510

Box List:ID:Betsy Hearne Papers, 1941-2017Graduate School of Library and Information Science, UIUC18/1/3811Series 4: Center for Children’s Books Records, 1941-2007Box for the Study of Reading, 1990-1993Center history, 1941-1953Center organization, 1945-1948Center technical services report, 1993Community Feedback, 1994Condition survey of book papers in the Center for Children’s Books professionalcollection, 1995Conferences, 1990-1992Correspondence, 1 of 2, 1987-1990Correspondence, 2 of 2, 1991-1995Correspondence, 1987-1994Correspondence, general, 1992Correspondence (not to be mailed), 1988Design, 1991-1996Developmental values and curricular use examples, undatedDonor outreach, 2007Fact sheet, 1995Feminine liberation historical file, 1 of 4, 1971-1977Feminine liberation historical file, 2 of 4, 1971-1977Feminine liberation historical file, 3 of 4, 1971-1977Feminine liberation historical file, 4 of 4, 1971-1977Form letters, 1987Future projects (includes CD-ROMS), 1997Grant proposals, 1 of 2, 1987-1992Grant proposals, 2 of 2, 1986-1987Box proposals (Benton, NEH, Guggenheim), 1990-1991Grant proposal stuff, 1995-1998Guide to gift books, 1996Guide to gift books list, ca. 1996Elizabeth Hearne employee file, 1977-1982Illinois Program for Research in the Humanities (IPRH) funding application for YouthLiterature Interest Group (YLIG), 2007-2009Library related articles, 1996-1997Literature Is Important for Thriving (LIFTS) grant, 2006Literature Is Important for Thriving (LIFTS) grant proposal, ca. 2006Meeting notes, 1993-1994MillerComm Lecture Series, 2008Move to Urbana, 1995New York presentation, “The Many Faces of Children’s Literature,” 2006Press and promotion, 1959-1984Press promotion and analysis, 1956-1971Press releases, 1996Promotion and publicity, 1 of 3, 1959-196111

Box List:ID:Betsy Hearne Papers, 1941-2017Graduate School of Library and Information Science, UIUC18/1/3812Series 4: Center for Children’s Books Records, 1941-2007Box 1018. Promotion and publicity, 2 of 3, 1958-197419. Promotion and publicity, 3 of 3, 1972-198320. Publicity materials, 199621. Publishers, 199222. Publishers’ correspondence, 1956-196223. Staff meeting notes, 199824. Storytelling resource list, 199425. Storytelling Review order form, 199626. Sutherland lectureship, 1983-199727. Sutherland lectureship, 1988-200728. Sutherland lectureship, 199129. Sutherland lectureship cassette tapes, ca. 1986-199030. Sutherland lectureship fundraising, 1984-200531. Sutherland lectureship tickets, posters, etc., 1983-199032. Zena Sutherland, 200233. Technical Services Report, 199334. Training manual, 199435. Transition from University of Chicago Press to University of Illinois Press, 1991-199336. Visitors to the Center, 1970-197637. Youth Literature Interest Group (YLIG) Administration and mission, 2005-201038. Youth Literature Interest Group (YLIG) Allerton, 200639. Youth Literature Interest Group (YLIG) history, 2000-2007Series 5: Publications, 1977-2016This series contains books, articles, and reviews authored and co-authored by Betsy Hearne. Books andarticles are organized chronologically, followed by some of Hearne’s published reviews.Box 1040. Betsy Gould Hearne, South Star, 1977.41. Betsy Gould Hearne, Home, 1979.42. Betsy Hearne, “The American Connection,” Signal: Approaches to Children’s Books, January1980.43. Betsy Hearne, “The American Connection,” Signal: Approaches to Children’s Books,September 1980.44. Betsy Hearne, Choosing Books for Children: A Common Sense Guide, 1981, 1 of 2.45. Betsy Hearne, Choosing Books for Children: A Common Sense Guide, 1981, 2 of 2.46. Betsy Hearne, “A Reviewer’s Story,” The Library Quarterly, January 1981.47. Betsy Hearne, “The American Connection,” Signal: Approaches to Children’s Books, May1981.48. Betsy Hearne and Marilyn Kaye, editors, Celebrating Children’s Books, 1981.49. Betsy Hearne, “The American Connection,” Signal: Approaches to Children’s Books, January1982.50. Betsy Hearne, “Sex, Violence, Obscenity, Tragedy, Scariness, and Other Facts of Life inChildren’s Literature,” Learning: The Magazine for Creative Teaching, February 1982.51. Betsy Hearne, “Timely and Timeless Children’s Books as a Mirror of Society,” CatholicLibrary World, July/August 1982.52. Betsy Hearne, “A Darwinian Theory of Children’s Books,” in The Book in a TechnologicalSociety, 1983.53. Betsy Hearne, “Bad Children’s Books Drive out Good,” 1985.12

Box List:ID:Betsy Hearne Papers, 1941-2017Graduate School of Library and Information Science, UIUC18/1/3813Series 5: Publications, 1977-2016Box 1054. Betsy Hearne, “The Changeover,” Booklist, November 1985.55. Betsy Hearne, “Booking the Brothers Grimm: Art, Adaptations, and Economics,” BookResearch Quarterly, winter 1986-87.56. Betsy Hearne, “Beauty and the Beast: The Survival of a Story,” 1987.Box 111. Betsy Hearne, Love Lines: Poetry in Person, 1987.2. Betsy Hearne, “Booking the Brothers Grimm: Art, Adaptations, and Economics,” in TheBrothers Grimm and Folktale, 19883. Betsy Hearne, “Problems and Possibilities: U.S. Research in Children’s Literature,” SchoolLibrary Journal, August 1988.4. Betsy Hearne, “Beauty and the Beast: Visions and Revisions of an Old Tale: 1950-1985,”The Lion and the Unicorn, December 1988.5. Betsy Hearne, Beauty and the Beast: Visions and Revisions of an Old Tale, 1989.6. Betsy Hearne, “A Story Internalized 1900-1950,” Wunder & Märchen, May 1989.7. Betsy Hearne, Choosing Books for Children: A Commonsense Guide, Revised and Expanded,1990.8. Betsy Hearne, Polaroid and other Poems of View, 1991.9. Barbara A. Genco, Eleanor K. MacDonald, and Betsy Hearne, “Juggling Popularity andQuality: Three Specialists Trade Views on Library Selection,” School Library Journal,March 1991.10. Betsy Hearne, “Coming to the States: Reviewing Books from Abroad,” The Horn BookMagazine, September/October 1991.11. Betsy Hearne, “Pattern

8. Beauty and the Beast, 1960-2003 9. Beauty and the Beast, Chyng Feng Sun, 1997 10. Beauty and the Beast, copies of Beauty and the Beast stories collected by Betsy Hearne, ca. 1819-1989 11. Beauty and the Beast, Devries revisions, ca. 1986 12. “Beauty and the Beast,” Jay MacPherson, 1974 13. Beauty and the Beast and ms. for picture book .

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He started in Pattee’s archives, which had a thin file of newspaper clippings about Betsy Aardsma. The story of record was this: It was the Friday after Thanks-giving in 1969. Aardsma, who’d just started at Penn State that Septem-ber, had spent the holiday in Her-shey with her boyfriend, David Wright ’73 MD Hershey,who was in med school .

“Gobble Gobble” 2 Betsy and Susie enter together carrying on a conversation Betsy: I thank Him for the sunshine and the rain. Susie: Yeah, me too! And for the birds. I love to listen to the birds sing. Betsy: And I thank Him for my church, my pastor and for my Sunday school teacher. She’s so nice. Susie: (Nodding in agreement) That’s for sure.

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