Marcella Spann Booth Collection of Ezra Pound, 1886-2007 (bulk 1956-1970)

Booth, Marcella Spann, 1932-


10 boxes, 3 oversize boxes (4.87 linear ft.)..
The Marcella Spann Booth Collection of Ezra Pound consists of journal entries, manuscript drafts, poem fragments and notes, proof materials, correspondence, newspaper clippings, photographs, published material, a scrapbook, and artifacts related to the poet Ezra Pound and professor Marcella Spann Booth.
Ezra Pound, 1885-1972.
Access: Open for research.
The following collections at the Ransom Center contain additional Pound-related material: James Agee, Richard Aldington, Julian Beck, Carol Berge, Ronald Bottrall, William A. Bradley Literary Agency, Christine Brooke-Rose, Alfred Chester, Jean Cocteau, Contempo, Helen Corke, Alec Craig, Nancy Cunard, Edward Dahlberg, R.F.H. Duncan, Thomas Stearns Eliot, J.G. Fletcher, Frank Stewart Flint, George Sutherland Fraser, J.L. Garvin, Alice Corbin Henderson, Rayner Heppenstall, Katharine Tynan Hinkson, Robert Guy Howarth, H. Huddleston, Glenn Arthur Hughes, Mary Hutchinson, Samuel Lynn Hynes, Hugh Kenner, Oliver La Farge, Carlton Lake, John Lane Company, Wyndham Lewis, Richard LeGalliene, Literary Files, Robert Lowell, Christopher Darlington Morley, Ottoline Morrell, Edward Nehls, Charles Norman, Peter Owen Ltd., Derek Patmore, Leonidas Warren Payne, Robert Payne, Ezra Pound, Grant Richards, William Robert Rodgers, John Rodker, George Santayana, Dame Edith Sitwell, Sir Osbert Sitwell, Idella Purnell Stone Personal Papers and Records of Palms Magazine, Parker Tyler, Sir Hugh Walpole, William Carlos Williams, and Louis Zukofsky. Other repositories with material related to Ezra Pound include the Beinecke Library, Yale University; the Berg Collection, New York Public Library; the Houghton Library, Harvard University; the Newberry Library; Hamilton College; Cornell University; the University of Pennsylvania; and the Lilly Library, Indiana University.
Materials in English, Italian, German, and Russian.

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