Ian Hamilton Finlay was born in 1925 in Nassau, Bahamas, but returned to Scotland with his family as a child. The McCormick Library holds a large collection of Finlay’s published poems, cards, prints, and booklets, as well as the issues of Poor. Old. Tired. Horse ., announcements of publications, and other pieces of ephemera.
Unpublished correspondence, some with original poetry, from various poets and others to Finlay, covering the years 1962-1969. The letters are a composite collection dealing chiefly with contemporary and avant-garde poetry, art movements, and with the addressee in his capacity as publisher of Wild Hawthorn Press
The Ian Hamilton Finlay archive assembled by Simon Cutts, provides a record, through letters, manuscripts and printed pieces, of the work of the Scottish concrete poet, garden designer and controversialist
Consists of the letters of Ian Hamilton Finlay, 1925-, poet, and his wife, Susan Finlay, to Helen Burness Cruickshank, 1896-1975, poet of Edinburgh, Scotland. In the letters are frequent references to P.O. Th. H. and to persons on the literary scene in Scotland and elsewhere. Two poems of Finlay's, Arcady and Poem on My Poem on Her and the the Horse, and a drawing of a protest march in 1962 complete the collection
Consists of the correspondence and writings of Bernard Kops -- Among the correspondents are Brigid Brophy, Ian Hamilton Finlay, Dame Wendy Hiller, Michael Horovitz, Colin MacInnes, Sam Peckinpah, David Pryce-Jones, Vernon Scannell, and Arnold Wesker. The writings present include plays; novels; broadcast talks; a television drama; a film treatment; poems, both published and unpublished; notebooks dating from 1950-1980; and his autobiography, "The World is a Wedding.".
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Included are records of boards on which Fox served; correspondence, reviews, and manuscripts generated by WCPR, including poems by Joanne de Longchamps and Seven Nevada poets; manuscripts, poems, and poetry notebooks written by Fox under his own and his pen name, Ian Tarnman; copies of the New Zealand poetry journal edge, for which Fox was overseas editor; and correspondence from Geoffrey Cook, Jerry Costanzo, Ian Hamilton Finlay, Hugh Fox, D.S. [Donald Stewart] Long, William Ransom, Mary Ellen Solt, William Edgar Stafford, Mark Waggaman, and J. Michael Yeats
Correspondence, manuscripts, notes, essays, articles, and poetry broadsides representing the literary and business interests and production of Edward Lucie-Smith -- Significant correspondents represented in the collection include Turret Books, Ian Hamilton Finlay, Peter Quennell, Adrian Henri, and the Arts Council of Great Britain