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The William F. Claire Papers [1 box, .25 linear ft.] consist of 12 autograph signed letters and 3 typed signed letters to and from William Claire. Of them, a majority discuss his writing on and analysis of the work of poet and writer Katherine Garrison Chapin Biddle, entitled "The Unpredictable Bloom." The collection contains correspondence from the Academy of American Poets, as well as the "Southern Review", the quarterly literary magazine fo the Louisiana State University, in reference to...
1966-2006; Majority of material found within 1966-1968
Scope and Contents
The collection is comprised of correspondence received by William Claire from Robert Lax, Thomas Merton, and Mark Van Doren. Other materials relate to the special double issue of "Voyages" magazine (Volume 2, Numbers 1 and 2, September 1968) focussing on Robert Lax, with an introduction by Claire, a brief biography on and writings by Lax. The collection also includes, typescripts and correspondence pertaining to "The Essays of Mark Van Doren (1942-1972)" edited by Claire (Conn.: Greenwood...
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The Joyce Kilmer papers consist of three categories of material: correspondence, manuscripts, and printed material (news clippings, photographs, and scores for music set to poems by Joyce and Aline Kilmer). Letters include those from Joyce Kilmer to Aline Kilmer (total 44), to his young son Kenton (total 4), and to friends such as Rev. James J. Daly, S.J., and to Rev. Charles O'Donnell, C.S.C. Other correspondence is that of Joyce Kilmer's mother, Annie Kilburn Kilmer to friends William L....
1907-1980; Majority of material found within 1917-1941
Collection — Box: 1
Papers of the American poet James Ryder Randall (1839-1908), who is best remembered for his poem "Maryland, My Maryland". The collection includes autograph letters to/from Randall, poetry manuscripts, photographs of the poet, newspaper clippings and printed ephemera.Folder 4 contains a fair copy autograph manuscript signed by the author of "Maryland, My Maryland." Autograph note by Edward Devitt, S.J., on verso of page 2: "Presented by the author to his former school-mate at G.T....
1846 - 1909
- Subject: American Literature
- Subject: Poetry
World war, 1914-1918