Smith, Dave, 1942-Ohio University - Alden Library5 items ;Dancing through life among others: some recent poetry from younger American poets (American Poetry Review 8 (May/June 1979)) -- The second self: some recent American poetry (American Poetry Review 8 (Nov/Dec. 1979)) -- One man's music: some recent American poetry (American Poetry Review 9 (Mar/Apr. 1980)) -- Trimmers, rounders, and myth: some recent poetry from English speaking cousins (American Poetry Review 9 (Sep/Oct. 1980)) -- Castles, elephants, buddhas: some recent American poetry (American Poetry Review 10 (May/Jun 1981)).Contact InformationCatalog Record
Sarton, May, 1912-1995.University of Chicago - Special Collections Research Center1 folder.Contains 3 typed letters signed to Mrs. John B. Kelso, a manuscript of a poem, clippings of poems, and printed poems.Contact InformationCatalog Record
Genée, Edythe Hope.Museum of the Great Plains9 boxes.Binders (2 boxes) of Genée's poetry, personal papers, sheet music, sound recordings, personal and business correspondence, pamphlets, newsclippings, and miscellany. Includes materials relating to California Federation of Chaparral Poets.Contact InformationCatalog Record
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