The collection consists of a score, libretto, rehearsal schedule, programme, poster, and tear-sheet of a review for his opera Le Testament de Villon, performed at the University of California at Berkeley on 13 November 1971
Summary of parts 1-9, and parts 10-14 with deletions, of record of FBI investigation of treason charges against Ezra Pound. Accompanied by letters from Clarence M. Kelley, FBI director, to Milo G. Nelson, University of Idaho Library (January 16 and February 6, 1974), and a letter from Doris D. Blazek to Nelson asserting an interest of the Pound estate in the files (January 16, 1975)
University of Texas at Austin - Harry Ransom Center
Collection consists of images of Ezra Pound from his youth to old age, including a portrait from his college yearbook and scenes from his 80th birthday celebration. Among the works are photographs of Pound with such notable figures as William Butler Yeats, James Joyce, Dorothy Pound, Ford Madox Ford, John Quinn, and Oloff de Wet. The photographs were taken in various locales including Washington, D.C., Wyncote (Pa.), London, Italy, and Paris. Several images are signed by Pound
Library of Congress - Research and Reference Services
Chiefly correspondence between Pound and Stephane de Yankowska. Some of the letters include postscripts from Dorothy Pound. Subjects include culture, economics, history, literature, politics, and Pound's publication projects
The collection consists of letters and a few manuscripts by or related to Ezra Pound. Correspondents include Ubaldo degli Uberti; Ethel de Courcy Duncan; Robert Duncan; Gladys Hines; Lewis Maverick; Donald J. Paquette; Odon Por; and Louis Zukofsky. Manuscripts include holographs of "To Our Lady of Vicarious Atonement" and "What I Feel about Walt Whitman" by Pound and biographical notes on Pound by Lewis Maverick
The collection consists firstly, of poetry manuscripts and proofs including "Personae", "Lustra", and "Canzoni and Ripostes"; secondly, a prose manuscript of "That Audience, or the Bugaboo of the Public"; and thirdly, of correspondence to Elkin Mathews (publisher), St. John Adcock, Harry and Caresse Crosby (Black Sun Press), Louis Zukofsky, The British Union of Fascists, T.S. Eliot, Montgomery Belgion, Michael Harald, Clifford Gessler, and others
Emory University - Manuscript, Archives, and Rare Book Collection
The Ezra Pound collection consists of ten letters written by Pound to the art patron and collector John Quinn between 1915 and 1920. Most of these letters relate to Quinn's own collecting or to Quinn's and Pound's shared literary interests. Among the subjects discussed are James Joyce, W.B. Yeats, Maud Gonne, and Pound's own literary activities. The collection also includes a manuscript attributed to Lennox Robinson which describes the Pound/Quinn correspondence and a broadside from 1911 announcing a series of lectures to be given by Pound on the subject of medieval poetry. W.B. Yeats is listed as the chair of the third of these meetings
The Ezra Pound Papers document the literary career and political interests of Ezra Pound. Major correspondents include Richard Aldington, George Antheil, William Bird, T.S. Eliot, Ernest Hemingway, James Laughlin, Wyndham Lewis, Marianne Moore, Odon Por, and Henry Swabey. The collection contains manuscripts of many of Pound's works, including the Cantos, Guide to Kulchur, and scripts of Pound's wartime radio broadcasts
University of California, Los Angeles - Charles E. Young Research Library
Ezra Pound (1885-1972) was a poet, translator, and a representative for Poetry magazine, and The little review. His published works include A lume spento (1908), Homage to Sextus Propertius (1917), and Hugh Selwyn Mauberly (1920). The collection contains Pound's correspondence with E.W. Titus, letters to various persons, corrected proofs of poems, typescripts, and issues of The Pound newsletter.
Yale University - Beinecke Rare Book and Manuscript Library
The collection consists of letters and a few manuscripts by or related to Ezra Pound. Correspondents include Ubaldo degli Uberti; Ethel de Courcy Duncan; Robert Duncan; Gladys Hines; Lewis Maverick; Donald J. Paquette; Odon Por; and Louis Zukofsky. Manuscripts include holographs of "To Our Lady of Vicarious Atonement" and "What I Feel about Walt Whitman" by Pound and biographical notes on Pound by Lewis Maverick.