Collection Scope and Content Note
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Scope and Contents Note
Ser. I. CORRESPONDENCE. I. 1. Personal
correspondence, 1933-1974; letters filed chronologically by author,
includes selected mss, by others filed with letters, Boxes 1-7. I. 2.
Misc, correspondence, 1933-1972, letters filed chronologically, Box 8,
I. 3. John Trimmer Journal, 1963-1969, consists of letters Lee Anderson
wrote to his friend John Trimmer, which he regarded as journal
Ser II. MANUSCRIPTS. II. 1. Titled
Poems, arranged alphabetically, Boxes 10-11. II. 2. Untitled poems and
fragments, Boxes 12-13. II. 3. Essays, Box 14. Ser. II. 4. Classroom and
teaching, Box 15.
Series III. MATERIAL TOWARD BOOKS. III.
1. Prevailing Winds; III. 2. The Floating World and Other Poems; III. 3.
Nags Head; III. 4. Bearstone Tetralogy; III. 5. The Treasure Hunt
Murder; III. 6 [The Oral Interpretation of Literature]; III. 7. Misc.
Galleys, Boxes 16-26.
Ser. IV. NOTEBOOKS. Boxes 27-33.
Ser. V. AUDIOTAPES, Boxes 34-38.
Ser. VI. MANUSCRIPT MATERIAL BY OTHERS
(Excluding mss. located in Ser. I. 1 and Ser. V.) V. 1. Book of Gems,
authograph book containing holograph poems by various authors, Box 39;
VI. 2. Unpublished essays by others on the work of Lee Anderson, Box
Ser. VII. THE YALE SERIES OF RECORDED
POETS. Material relating to Anderson's involvement with this project,
Ser. VIII. MISCELLANY, Boxes 41-42.
TOTAL: 42 boxes
ca. 4760 items