University of Texas at Austin - Harry Ransom Center
The Charles Henri Ford papers consist of typescript and holograph manuscripts, correspondence, postcards, clippings, photographs, financial documents, contracts, invitations, page proofs, prospectuses, journals, and diaries. The Works series contains examples of Ford's published and unpublished poetry, theatrical work, and prose. His published work includes a typescript fragment of ABC'S and typescripts of THE HALF-THOUGHTS, THE DISTANCES OF PAIN, OM KRISHNA I: SPECIAL EFFECTS, THE OVERTURNED LAKE, SLEEP IN A NEST OF FLAMES, and THE YOUNG AND EVIL. Ford's unpublished work includes typescripts of "The Acts," "Confessions of a Freak," "Denmark Vesey," "I Will Be What I Am," "The Labyrinth," "Let's Get Out of Here," "The Poet," "A Record of Myself," "Thirty Variations," "Unhappy Train," and "A World of Women." There is material from an unpublished issue of View, devoted to theater
Vassar College
Papers primarily concern her work in literature, publishing, and editing, especially for children, and include correspondence, manuscripts, illustrations, biographical information, and published articles and reviews from or pertaining to authors, illustrators, and publishers, 1922-1978, including Rachel Lyman Field, Dorothy Pulis Lathrop, Marianne Moore, Helen Sewell, Wallace Stevens, Katharine Sergeant Angell White, Carroll Moore, Frances Clarke Sayers, Harry Behn, Padraic Colum, Anne Parrish, and Sara Teasdale. Extensive correspondence from Elizabeth Coatsworth, Vassar classmate and children's author, concerning travel, writing, mutual friends, the onset of World War II, volunteer war work, and family news, 1913-1980; biographical articles on Coatsworth, 1936-1978; and a Coatsworth family photograph album, 1898-1979. Letters from editors and board members at the Horn Book Company, publishers of THE HORN BOOK MAGAZINE and other children's literature, concerning Bechtel's work, ... Read More
University of Maryland
The Ferdinand Reyher papers document the literary activities and personal life of German-American author Ferdinand Reyher, covering the years between 1868 and 1996. The bulk of the materials dates from 1917 to 1960. The collection includes correspondence; manuscripts; Reyher's notes and research; clippings; audio recordings; legal and financial documents; and other personal material, including diaries, photographs, and drawings. Significant correspondents represented in the collection include John Rodker, George Seldes, Sinclair Lewis, Wallace Stevens, Bertolt Brecht, and Rebecca Hourwich Reyher
University of Virginia
Hundreds of letters from over 200 individuals to Alfred Kreymborg, including correspondence from the poets Ezra Pound, Wallace Stevens, Marianne Moore, Carl Sandburg, Robert Frost and T.S. Eliot, as well as playwright Eugene O'Neill. Also included are some assorted business papers, theater programs, examinations, resumes, and magazine clippings
Huntington Library, Art Collections, and Botanical Gardens
HM 80452. Typewritten letter signed by Wallace Stevens to Wilson E. Taylor reads, "Dear Taylor: Thanks for the clipping from the Herald-Tribune. I shall bear this in mind. Apparently the thing will open until autumn. I have visited this particular museum several times; it is quite a different matter from an ordinary museum. Yours, W. Stevens.".
Huntington Library, Art Collections, and Botanical Gardens
In this letter Hanchak talks about his grandfather Wallace Stevens. He states "I have precious little knowledge of my grandfather for any useful purpose, W. S. having died when I was 8 yrs. old." He goes on to say that Wallace Stevens did not approve of his daughters' marriage so Hanchak did not spend much time with his grandfather
Smith College - Neilson Library
Yale University
The collection consists of correspondence and writings of American writer Harry Roskolenko. Correspondents include William Carlos Williams, Marianne Moore, Carl Sandburg, Katharine Anne Porter, John Dos Passos, Dwight Macdonald, William Saroyan, Wallace Stevens, Cleanth Brooks, Archibald MacLeish, Lewis Mumford, John Wheelwright, and James Laughlin, among other American poets, editors, critics, and publishers
Yale University
The Wallace Stevens collection contains material donated to the library by Wallace Stevens, his daughter Holly Stevens, the Rev. John Curry Gay, and others. The Wallace Stevens gifts include one typed letter signed from Stevens, one manuscript by Stevens, "A Collect of Philosophy," and a bound copy of a score presented to Stevens by Jan Wisse. The Holly Stevens gift consists of a setting draft and galley and page proofs for the Letters of Wallace Stevens (New York: Alfred A. Knopf, 1966). The Rev. John Curry Gay gift contains writings, letters, and other material, including discarded drafts of poems, most of which appeared in Harmonium (New York: Alfred A. Knopf, 1923). Materials from other sources include one letter, two drafts, and a publicity photograph
Yale University
Another way of looking at 'The bird with the coppery, keen claws' / by Stuart M. Sperry (photocopy from the Wallace Stevens Journal, 20:1, spring 1996) -- Keats's epistle to John Hamilton Reynolds / by Stuart M. Sperry (offprint from ELH, a journal of English literary history, 36:3, Sept. 1969) -- Wallace Stevens and the seasons / by Stuart M. Sperry (offprint from the Southern review, 33:3, summer 1997)


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