Isabella Gardner Papers, 1915-1981
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Isabell Gardner papers - Group I
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Series 1. Allen Tate - Isabella Gardner correspondence 1957-1966 [series]: (Gardner I) (c.700 items)   
Scope: Arranged by author (Gardner or Tate), 1957-1966, bulking 1958-1959, including cablegrams, some postal cards, discussing largely personal affairs, impending divorces, marriage and subsequent divorce. Tate writes from England and the U.S, also discusses briefly Louis MacNeice, William Empson, Norman Jeffares, Robert Lowell, Conrad Iaken, break with Edward Dahlberg, other matters, 318 letters.


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Series 1/1 Gardner, Isabella to Tate, Allen: (Gardner I)
 
1958:
 
July 14,
 
July 18,
 
July 21,
 
July 23,
 
July 28.
 
August 3,
 
August 4,
 
August 18,
 
August 23,
 
August 23,
 
August 24,
 
n.d. ((3 items).)
 
September 4,
 
September 4,
 
September 7,
 
September 9,
 
September 13 ([telegram],)
 
September 16,
 
September 21,
 
September 22 ([telegram],)
 
September 23,
 
September 24,
 
September 25,
 
September 26,
 
September 26,
 
September 27 ([telegram],)
 
September 28,
 
September 29,
 
September 29.
 
October 1,
 
October 1,
 
October 1,
 
October 2,
 
October 2 ([telegram],)
 
October 3,
 
October 4,
 
October 6,
 
October 7,
 
October 8,
 
October 9,
 
October 9,
 
October 9,
 
October 10,
 
October 10 ([telegram],)
 
October 11,
 
October 12,
 
October 12,
 
October 13,
 
October 13,
 
October 14,
 
October 15,
 
October 17 ([telegram],)
 
October 17,
 
October 17,
 
October 18,
 
October 18,
 
October 19,
 
October 19,
 
October 21,
 
October 22,
 
October 22 ([telegram],)
 
October 23,
 
October 24,
 
October 24,
 
October 24,
 
October 24,
 
October 24,
 
October 25,
 
October 25,
 
October 26,
 
October 27,
 
October 27,
 
October 28,
 
October 28,
 
October 29,
 
October 29,
 
October 30,
 
October 30,
 
October 31,
 
October 31.
 
(Included also, two letters to Tate from others, dated Oct. 24 & Oct. 25, filed with Gardner's letters to Tate.)
 
November 1,
 
November 2,
 
November 3,
 
November 4,
 
November 4,
 
November 4,
 
November 5,
 
November 5,
 
November 8,
 
November 10,
 
November 11,
 
November 11,
 
November 12,
 
November 12,
 
November 13,
 
November 14 ([w/enc.],)
 
15 ([telegram],)
 
November 15,
 
November 15,
 
November 15,
 
November 16,
 
November 16,
 
November 17,
 
November 17,
 
November 18,
 
November 19,
 
November 19,
 
November 19,
 
November 20,
 
November 20 ([telegram],)
 
November 21,
 
November 21,
 
November 21,
 
November 21,
 
November 21,
 
November 22,
 
November 23,
 
November 24,
 
November 25,
 
November 27,
 
November 28,
 
November 28,
 
November 28,
 
November 29,
 
n.d. ((3 items))
 
December 1,
 
December 6,
 
December 9,
 
December 11,
 
December 12,
 
December 13,
 
December 13,
 
December 14,
 
December 14,
 
December 15,
 
December 15,
 
December 15,
 
December 18,
 
December 19,
 
December 23,
 
December 23,
 
December 24,
 
December 24,
 
December 25,
 
December 26,
 
December 27,
 
December 27.
 
1959:
 
January 4,
 
January 5,
 
January 6 ([telegram],)
 
January 13,
 
January 20,
 
January 22 ([telegram],)
 
January 23,
 
January 23 ([w/enc.],)
 
January 23,
 
January 24, ([telegram],)
 
January 27,
 
January 28,
 
January 28,
 
January 29,
 
January 31,
 
January 31.
 
February 1,
 
February 2,
 
February 2,
 
February 3,
 
February 4,
 
February 5,
 
February 6,
 
February 12,
 
February 13,
 
February 13,
 
February 14,
 
February 14,
 
February 15 ([telegram],)
 
February 15,
 
February 17,
 
February 18,
 
March 2,
 
March 2,
 
March 3,
 
March 3,
 
March 3 ([telegram],)
 
March 3,
 
March 7,
 
March 7,
 
March 15,
 
March 15 ([telegram],)
 
March 16,
 
March 17,
 
March 18,
 
March 19,
 
March 20,
 
March 22,
 
March 22 ([telegram],)
 
March 22,
 
March 22,
 
March 23,
 
March 24 ([telegram],)
 
March 24 ([telegram],)
 
March 25 ([telegram],)
 
March 26 ([telegram],)
 
March 26,
 
March 28,
 
March 28,
 
March 28,
 
March 29 ([telegram].)
 
May 4,
 
May 23,
 
May 26,
 
May 26 ([telegram],)
 
May 27,
 
May 29,
 
May 29,
 
May 30,
 
May 31,
 
June 1,
 
June 5,
 
June 6.
 
September 23 ([telegram])
 
September 1965:
 
September April 30.
 
June 30.
 
August 1.
 
January.
 
(6 letters, n.d.)
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Series 1/1 Tate, Allen to Gardner, Isabella (Gardner I)
 
1957:
 
July 24.
 
August 12.
 
September 13,
 
27 ([telegram])
 
October 12.
 
November (5[card])
 
1958:
 
March 18,
 
May 31
 
July 8 ([card],)
 
July 31
 
August 13
 
September 4 ([telegram],)
 
September 13,
 
September 16,
 
September 17,
 
September 17
 
September 21,
 
September 22,
 
September 23 ([telegram],)
 
September 23,
 
September 27,
 
September 27,
 
September 29,
 
September 30,
 
September 30 ([telegram],)
 
September 30,
 
n.d. ((6 items).)
 
October 1,
 
October 2,
 
October 3,
 
October 4,
 
October 5,
 
October 5,
 
October 6,
 
October 7,
 
October 8,
 
October 8,
 
October 9,
 
October 10,
 
October 10,
 
October 10 ([w/enc.],)
 
October 11,
 
October 11,
 
October 11
 
October 13,
 
October 15,
 
October 15 ([telegram],)
 
October 15,
 
October 15,
 
October 16,
 
October 16,
 
October 16 ([telegram],)
 
October 17,
 
October 17,
 
October 18,
 
October 19,
 
October 20,
 
October 21,
 
October 22,
 
October 23 ([telegram],)
 
October 23,
 
October 24,
 
October 25,
 
October 26,
 
October 27,
 
October 28,
 
October 28,
 
October 29,
 
October 29,
 
October 31.
 
November 1,
 
November 2 ([telegram],)
 
November 2,
 
November 3,
 
November 4,
 
November 5,
 
November 5,
 
November 6,
 
November 7,
 
November 7,
 
November 7,
 
November 8,
 
November 10,
 
November 10,
 
November 11,
 
November 11,
 
November 12,
 
November 13 ([telegram],)
 
November 13,
 
November 14,
 
November 15,
 
November 16,
 
November 17,
 
November 18,
 
November 18,
 
November 19,
 
November 19,
 
November 20,
 
November 21,
 
November 22,
 
November 23,
 
November 25,
 
November 26,
 
November 26,
 
November 27,
 
November 28,
 
November 29,
 
November 30.
 
December 1,
 
December 1,
 
December 2,
 
December 3,
 
December 3 ([telegram],)
 
December 4,
 
December 5 ([telegram],)
 
December 6 ([telegram],)
 
ca.December 8,
 
December 12,
 
December 13,
 
December 14,
 
December 15,
 
December 16,
 
December 17,
 
December 24,
 
December 25,
 
December 26,
 
December 27,
 
December 31.
 
1959:
 
January 7 ([telegram],)
 
January 21 ([telegram],)
 
January 21,
 
January 22,
 
January 23,
 
January 23,
 
January 24,
 
January 24,
 
January 25,
 
January 26,
 
January 27,
 
January 27,
 
January 28,
 
January 29,
 
January 30,
 
January 31,
 
January 31.
 
February 1,
 
February 2,
 
February 2,
 
February 3,
 
February 5 ([telegram],)
 
February 5,
 
February 5,
 
February 6,
 
February 7,
 
February 7,
 
February 8 ([telegram],)
 
February 8,
 
February 9,
 
February 10,
 
February 11,
 
February 12 ([telegram],)
 
February 12,
 
February 13,
 
February 13,
 
February 14,
 
February 14 ([telegram],)
 
February 15,
 
February 16,
 
February 16,
 
February 17,
 
February 17,
 
February 18,
 
February 19,
 
February 19.
 
March 2,
 
March 3, ([telegram],)
 
March 3,
 
March 3,
 
March 4,
 
March 4,
 
March 5 ([telegram],)
 
March 5,
 
March 6,
 
March 7,
 
March 7,
 
March 7,
 
March 9,
 
March 9,
 
March 10,
 
March 11,
 
March 12,
 
March 13,
 
March 14,
 
March 14,
 
March 15,
 
March 15,
 
March 16,
 
March 16,
 
March 17,
 
March 18,
 
March 18,
 
March 18,
 
March 19,
 
March 20,
 
March 20,
 
March 21,
 
March 21,
 
March 22,
 
March 22,
 
March 23 ([telegram],)
 
March 23,
 
March 23,
 
March 24,
 
March 24,
 
March 25,
 
March 26,
 
March 26,
 
March 26,
 
March 27,
 
March 28,
 
March 29,
 
March 30,
 
March 31.
 
April 1.
 
May 23,
 
May 24,
 
May 25,
 
May 27,
 
May 28,
 
May 29,
 
May 31.,
 
June 1,
 
June 3,
 
June 4,
 
June 6,
 
June 7,
 
June 8,
 
June 10,
 
June 11.
 
1963:
 
November 8.
 
1965
 
July 1,
 
July 2 ([telegram],)
 
July 3,
 
July 4 ([telegram],)
 
July 7,
 
July 8 ([telegram],)
 
July 8,
 
July 9,
 
July 13,
 
July 13 ([telegram],)
 
July 14,
 
July 14 ([telegram],)
 
July 15,
 
July 17,
 
July 19,
 
July 20,
 
July 22,
 
July 23,
 
July 24,
 
July 27,
 
July 30,
 
July 31.
 
August 1,
 
August 2,
 
August 6 ([telegram],)
 
August 8,
 
August 11,
 
August 13,
 
August 18,
 
August 19,
 
August 24,
 
August 28.
 
September 1,
 
September 7,
 
September 7 ([telegram],)
 
September 8 ([telegram],)
 
September 10,
 
September 11 ([telegram],)
 
September 24.
 
October 4,
 
October 7,
 
October 15,
 
October 17,
 
October 29.
 
November 2,
 
November 20 ([telegram],)
 
November 26,
 
November 26.
 
December 7 ([telegram],)
 
December 14,
 
December 18,
 
December 31 ([telegram].)
 
1966:
 
January 13,
 
January 18,
 
February 16,
 
February 20,
 
March 1,
 
March 8,
 
March 21,
 
April 9,
 
April 13,
 
April 20,
 
May 2,
 
May 20,
 
May 26,
 
June (2[card],)
 
June 9,
 
July 11,
 
July 18,
 
July 26,
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Series 2/1 Letters to Isabella Gardner from various correspondents 1950-1968, [series]: (Gardner I) (c. 1025 items)   
Scope: Alphabetically arranged by writer, with unidentified correspondents arranged by first names in Box 1, dealing heavily with literary matters, personal affairs. Principal correspondents include Lee Anderson [53 items] Paul Carroll [47] Edward Dahlberg [129] Richard Eberhart [42] Wallace Fowlie [34] Galway Kinnell [33] John Logan [111] Karl Shapiro [165] Oscar Williams [46] Other correspondents, writing from 1 to 30 letters include Leonie Adams [1] Conrad Aiken [17] W.H.Auden [1] John Berryman [2] Elizabeth Bishop [16] Philip Booth [13] Hortense Calisher [2] Elliott Coleman [26] Gregory Corso [47] Malcolm Cowley [1] Reuel Denny [20] Babette Deutsch [1] James Dickey [1] T.S.Eliot [3 to ISG, 2 to George Peabody Gardner, her father] Maurice English [22] Roland Flint [16] Nancy Hale [3] Elizabeth Hardwicke [13] Barbara Howes [24] Carolyn Kizer [23] Stanley Kunitz [3] Robert Lowell [6] Andrew Lytle [27] Archibald MacLeish [17] Marianne Moore [7] Kathleene Raine [2] Herbert Read [5] Theodore Roethke [10] Edith Sitwell [12] William Jay Smith [27] Robert Speaight [3] Stephen Spender [4] John Hall Wheelock [15] James Wright [4]


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Series 2/2 Manuscripts by others [series]: (Gardner I)   
Scope: Ts. and ms. drafts and final versions of poems, articles, other forms, sent by writers to Isbella Gardner, alphabetically arranged by author after all correspondence.


 
Anderson, Lee, 1896-
 
The floating world [poem] Mar. 12, 1955. (Ms, pencil. Full title, For Isabella Gardner the first copy of the final draft of the third part.... Signed, in paper covers. 8 bound, 1 loose pp. 9pp.)
 
Nags Head [poem] Aug. 25-28 1957. (Ms, ink, ms. revision. Labled 34th revision. Signed with self-sketch, bound in paper cover. 14pp.)
 
Nags Head [poem] Dec. 11-15, 1957. 47th revision and final manuscript copy. Signature device, inscribed to Isabella Gardner, bound in paper. (Ms, pencil. 17pp.)
 
Nags Head [poem] Oct. 23, 1957. 42nd revision, and final. Signature device, dated in ink, laid in paper covers. (Ts, 11p.)
 
A manuscript of the shorter poems of Lee Anderson [collection] Ms, ink, ms revision. Dec. 2-4, 8, 1955. Labeled `Original ms. for typescript. Inscribed for Isabella Gardner the 8th of December 1955' Signed. Bound in spiral notebook. (61pp.)
 
Introduction to taped reading by Isabella Gardner, written by Anderson. Ts, ms. notation by Anderson and IG. [1956] (2pp.)
 
Journal. Dec. 18-26, 1958. Loose sheets, two inks. (Ms, ink. 13pp.)
 
Carroll, Paul, 1927-
 
A madrigal for Mary [poem] Christmas 1954. (Ts, no rev. 1p.)   
Scope: Inscribed to IG


 
Ode to marriage [poem] n.d. (Ts [xerox]no rev. Inscribed.7pp.)
 
An exorcism on my 35th birthday [poem] 1964. (Ts, ms. revision. Inscribed with a note to Allen Tate and IG. 2pp.)
 
Poem to my bride. Ts (Inscribed to AT and IG. 1p.)
 
Ode on my 39th birthday Ts. 1966. ([xerox]. Inscribed with note to IG. 1p.)
 
Isabella Gardner: The poetry is not the pity [essay] (Ts. [xerox]. Ms. revision. 15pp.)
 
Coleman, Elliott, 1906-
 
Rose demonics [poem] Ts. [carbon] Nov. 21, 1966. Inscribed to IG (8pp.)
 
A summer sky [poem] Ts Nov. 23, 1966. ([carbon]ms, rev. 2pp.)
 
Denney, Reuel, 1913-
 
A conversation with a French poet in Paris [poem] 1964. (Ts, ms, rev., printer's indications. 4pp.)
 
Variation and celebration of Trumbull Stickney. n.d. (Ts, ms. rev. 4pp.)
 
Evan, Jane
 
Pause [poem] n.d. (Subtitled for Isabella Gardner. Ms. in Isabella Gardner's hand. 1p.)
 
Herschberger, Ruth, 1917-
 
The perilous fine edge of self esteem [poem] n.d. (Ts., no rev. 1p.)
 
Kinnell, Galway, 1927-
 
Rain over a continent and At the winter solstice [2 poems] n.d. (Ts. [carbon] Ms note signed to IG. 1p.)
 
Grant application, Rockefeller Foundation. (Ts [xerox]. 1p.)
 
Knott, William, 1940-1965 (Saint Geraud)
 
Widow's winter. n.d. (Ts. Inscribed to IG. 1p.)
 
Kunitz, Stanley Jasspon, 1905-
 
River road [poem] 1965. (Ts. 2pp. [carbon]ms. rev. Inscribed to IG.)
 
Logan, John, 1923-
 
Lines for a friend who left... Jan 11 1967 (Ts [carbon]Inscribed. 1p.)
 
David and Isabel [poem] Feb. 9, 1966. (Ts [mimeo]ms. rev. Inscribed 5pp.)
 
The rescue [poem] n.d. (Inscribed. Ts [xerox]. 1p.)
 
Suzannah [poem] n.d. (Ts. [xerox]1p.)
 
Estlin your last summer... Aug. 22, 1964. (Inscribed. Ts., ms. rev. 1p.)
 
The weeping [poem] Ts. [mimeo]ms. rev. Nov. 12, 1963. Inscribed Christmas 1963 (1p.)
 
Of Catherine [poem] n.d. (Ts [carbon]ms. correction. 1p.)
 
Boston: Ash Wednesday 1957 [poem] n.d. Signed (Ms, ms. revision. 1p.)
 
Byron at Shelley's burning [poem] Ts [carbon] n.d. Signed. (1p.)
 
Protest after a dream [poem] n.d. (Ts. Signed. 1p.)
 
Après un rêve [poem] Ts. [carbon]Ms. marking. n.d. Inscribed. (2pp.)
 
A celebration of birthdays [review of IG collection, Birthdays from the ocean] (Ts, ms. rev. Signed, with note to IG. 3pp.)
 
The poetry of Isabella Gardner [review of the Looking glass] Feb. 14. 1962. (Ts.[carbon]. correction. 10pp.)
 
Rizzardi, Alfredo. no revision. (Ts [photocopy] 4pp.)   
Scope: Preface to Un' altra infanzia (Childhood returned: incantations of Isabella Gardner)


 
Roethke, Theodore. 1908-1963.
 
The moment [poem] Ts [mimeo] n.d. (1p.; Ms. pencil note to IG)
 
A rouse for Stevens [poem] n.d. (Ts [carbon] 1p.; Ms. ink note to IG.)
 
Ruykeser, Muriel, 1913-
 
The outer bank [poem] Apr. 5, 1965. (Ts [mimeo]Inscribed to IG 9pp.)
 
Shapiro, Karl, 1913-
 
The alphabet [poems] n.d. (Ts, ms. revision. 1p; Ms note, ink, to IG)
 
Book burial [poem] Inscribed to Belle and Bob [McCormack] June 5 (Ts [carbon] 1p.)
 
In India [poem]Inscribed to IG (Ts. [carbon] 1p.)
 
Messias [poem] Ts [carbon]Inscribed Aug. 8, 1956. (1p.)
 
New Museum [poem] n.d. (Ts., ms. rev. 1p.)
 
The soldier [poem] n.d. (Ts [carbon]1p.)
 
Teasing the nuns. Oct. 12, 1956 (Ts [carbon]Inscribed 1p.)
 
Speaight, Robert, 1904-
 
In memoriam [poem] Feb. 18, 1962 (Ts., ms. rev. Inscribed to IG and AT 1p.)
 
Williams, Oscar, 1900-1964
 
Pianist [poem] n.d. (Ts., ms. rev. 1p.)
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Series 3 Professional papers [series]: (Gardner I)   
Scope: Includes professional correspondence and drafts and carbons of outgoing letters; literary manuscripts and editorial matter; notes, journals and notebooks; miscellany. As follows:


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3/1 Professional correspondence, 1936-1968, (Gardner I) (ca. 525 items in folders)   
Scope: Chronologically arranged, largely from editors and taff of Houghton Mifflin Co., and University of Chicago Press conc. publication, publicity and distribution of Birthdays from the ocean [1955] The looking glass [1961] and West of childhood [1965] Includes also letters of congratulation from friends and colleagues, copies of prepublication notices by Richard Eberhart, Oscar Williams, William Carlos Williams, Wallace Stevens and Edith Sitwell. Other business correspondence includes arrangements with Elizabeth Kray for Poetry Center readings, readings over WFMT, New York, taping of Birthdays... for Harvard University, Library of Congress tapes, correspondence conc. Yaddo, National Book Award nominations, 1962, and an unpublished novel, The family tree, translations of Gardner poems into Italian, other business matters. Correspondents also include Edith Sitwell, David Ray, Edward Weeks, George Abbe, Alastair Reid, Maurice English, Howard Moss, Valerie Eliot [ts.carbon] Alexander Laing, Reed Whittemore.


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3/2 Drafts and carbon copies of outgoing letters (Gardner I) (ca. 18 items in 1 folder)   
Scope: Arranged alphabetically by addressee, inc. those to New York Times on publication by Lawrence Bensky of an article on MacDowell Colony, to Bensky, to New York Review and Geoffrey Grigson protesting his review of Edith Sitwell's autobiography, to the New York Review conc. the allegation that Edward Dahlberg was forcibly sent out by Allen Tate from his house, to Conrad Aiken, [July 1953] written for Poetry, defending the magazine's publication of a review by Dahlberg [see Aiken to Gardner, Series 2] to Oscar Williams, and Valerie Eliot on the death of T.S.Eliot, to Alexander Laing, and Dean Coleman, conc. New School Course, to editor Chicago Daily News on unwritten Chicago poem, to National Humanities Foundation director conc. reading tour in Southern Negro colleges, 1967


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3/3 Drafts of single titled poems, alphabetically arranged as follows: (Gardner I)
 
The accomplices .
 
Ms. and ts. [carbon] drafts, no revision. n.d. [ (2pp.)   
Scope: Printed in Poetry magazine 1966 or 1967


 
Another country ca. 1950 (. Ts., one ink ms. revision. 1p.)   
Scope: Appeared in Poetry. Not included in any book.


 
*At the zoo n.d. (Pencil notes, in fragment of spiral notebook she ts. 7pp.)   
Scope: Heavy revision


 
Baldur was beautiful too . (Ts., no revision. Never printed..'50 1p.)
 
*Cock a'Hoop n.d. (Ts. and ms. notes, heavy ms. revision in 2 pencils.One sheet on ts. of poem Nocturne. Includes red pencil prose notes. 4pp.)   
Scope: A few of the sheets.


 
Collage of echoes n.d. (. Ms, no revision. 1p.)   
Scope: Printed in Fire Exit [?] 1967.


 
Convalescence in summer 1949 . Ts., no revision in text, title expandedin ms. Never printed...'50. (1p.)
 
Conversation at midnight with Oscar Williams . Never printed...'49 or '50 . (Ts., 1 pencil ms.revision. 1p.)
 
Daugher n.d. (. Ts., no revision. 1p.)   
Scope: Never printed


 
Dear John n.d. [after 1966] (. Ms, considerable revision. 11pp.)   
Scope: Variously titled The return, Letter from an empty house. Not printed.


 
The disenchanted . Ts. two ms. ink revisions. Never printedor submitted.. 1948 - 1st poem after age 17. (1p.)
 
The duet . Ms., heavy revision. `Unfinished.' (1p)
 
Feminine ending or abandoned, she died . (T. and ms. drafts, one labeled Not printed... accepted by Poetry but I withdrew...'62 .Published in Northwest review. 3pp.)
 
Fixing the clock n.d. (. Ms, moderate to heavy ms. rev. 4pp.)
 
Folkways . Ts., ts. [carbon] light ms. pencil revision. Note, In Furioso... not included in a book but in 50 or 51 Oscar Williams Silver Treasury. Torn. (2pp.)
 
Fright among the runes n.d. (. Ts., no rev. 3pp.)   
Scope: Poetry northwest sometime in 1965-not included in book.


 
*In memory of Lemuel Ayres, scene designer . Ts., ms. notes in pencil. (1p.)
 
The man of faith n.d. (. Ts [carbon] no rev. 1p.)   
Scope: Neverprinted


 
* Mea culpa . Ms. notes, pencil, heavy pencil revision. (15pp.)
 
Mindful of the forest . Ms. pencil draft. Reverses to Summer evening.Probably unpublished. (1p.)
 
Mon moi! Ils m'arrachent mon moi . Ts., one ms.pencil revision. Not collected, probably unpublished. Originally intendedfor West of childhood. (1p.)
 
...nor good red herring n.d. (. Ts., Ts [carbon] ms, ms. rev. 3pp.)   
Scope: Never finished [one draft appears finished] notprinted.


 
O Tempora. With two alternate titles. Ts., light ms. pencil revisionon second version, ...and the voice of the turtle... Variations of a poem that didnt come off...not printed (3pp.)
 
Ode to K and F Biddle Aug. 27, 1959. (. Ms, no rev. 1p.)
 
Of conscience nd (. Ts, no rev. Never printed. 1p.)
 
Of mercy n.d. (. Ts, no rev. Never printed. 1p.)
 
* On looking in the looking glass . Ts., heavy ms. revision in pencil. (1p.)
 
*The panic vine . Ts., ms. notes, heavy revision. (1p.)
 
Roundelay April 1965. (. Ts, ms., pencil and ink, light ms. revision. Publishedin A review of English literature, v.VI, no. 2, 6pp.)   
Scope: Alsowill be in Logan's edition of Poetry Northwest....


 
Salt [Dec. 1966] (. Ms, ts.[carbon] ms. notes and rev. Printedin the Nation 1966 or 67. 3pp.)
 
Sestina 1952 ... (. Ts, no revision, Kenyon Review proof, inc. also Timeo,The minotaur. Kenyon, 1p., 3pp. proof)   
Scope: notincluded in any of my books.


 
Sing a song of slaughter...(fl) Ms. ts., light rev. n.d. Printed
 
Sonnet . Ts., one ms. pencil revision. Never printed '50or 51. (1p.)
 
Sonnet for my acquaintances . Ts.[carbon] no revision. Neverprinted July 1949 (1p.)
 
Spendthrift n.d. (. Ts.no revision. 2p.)   
Scope: Neverprinted


 
Spousall verse . n.d. [after 1966] (Ts, ms., ms. revision.4pp.)   
Scope: Never printed.


 
A protholamion for Allen Tate
 
Summer evening . On reverse of Mindful of the forest. In ms. draft.In Birthdays from the ocean and West of Childhood. (1p.)
 
*That craning of the neck . Ts. and ms. notes, ms.revision in pencil. Very few kept. (4pp.)
 
This neighborhood nd. (. Ts, no rev. 1p.)   
Scope: Neverprinted in any book maybe in Poetry magazine. Reverse, M.S.sent to T.S.Eliot by Shag Donohue for I Gardner


 
This room is full of clocks . Ms. notes, pencil. 2 or 3pages (3pp)
 
Three rings or five rings n.d. (. Ts, no rev. 1p.)
 
To a daughter aged 10 . Ts., no revision. Never printed..'50 or '51 (1p.)
 
*To Thoreau on rereading Walden . Ms. notes, pencil revision. (4pp.)
 
A toast to Jack and Susan Feb. 26, 1944. (. Ts. [carbon] no revision. With second section, untitled, 2pp.)
 
Triolet . Ts., Ts. [photocopy] ms, ms. revision. In AmericanMercury [1950] and first published poem. (2pp.)
 
Two sapphics . Ts., no rev. Yaddo Oct. or Nov. 1965 Notpublished. (2pp.)
 
Villanelle . Also titled Incantate the cockatrice and The voiceof the turtle. Ts. and ms, ms. revision. Not printed 4 versions ofan unpublished and unfinished poem. (3pp.)
 
*West of childhood . Ms. notes, pencil, heavy pencil revision. Somesheets... (6pp.)
 
Who spilled the salt A villanelle [Sept. 1967] (. Ts, ms, light rev. Printedin Atlantic. 2pp.)
 
* The widow's yard . Ms. notes, pencil, moderate to heavy revision.First titled Snail. Some notes and worksheets... (9pp.)
 
A word from the Piazza del Limbo n.d. (. Incomplete. Ts, ms.correction. 8 1p.)
box-folder   11/-  
3/4 Translations by Isabella Gardner as follows: (Gardner I)
 
Goll, Yvan. From La homme a tiroirs. n.d. (Ts, ms., ms. rev. 13pp.)   
Scope: Includes Jean sans Terre: The chest of drawers and...Wraps himself in a red coat.


 
Ungaretti. Sentimento del temp . n.d. See Kray, 1968, Series 3/1. (Ms, ms. rev. 3pp.)
 
Villon, Francois. Ballade. n.d. (Ts., ms., ms. rev. 11pp.)
box-folder   11-12/-  
3/5 Manuscripts, editorial matter, miscellany relating to Isabella Gardner collections, as follows: (Gardner I)
 
Untitled collection . Notation, Ms. sent to Eliot by Shag Donohue..without my knowledge in 1950. Ts, ms, revision. Ms. marginal notes in T.S.Eliot's hand. Inc. The last trump, Creative man, The milkman, The panic vine, Cowardice and A loud song mother. (6pp.)
 
Birthdays from the ocean . Boston, Houghton Mifflin Co., 1955;
 
Ms. content and foreward notes in IG's hand, other notes. (9pp.)
 
T. letter [copy] of letter from Isabella Gardner to [Paul] Brook, H.M. editor, suggesting a table of contents, with appended note signed G.K. commenting on the poems, suggesting a contract. Ts., ms., notes. (3pp.)
 
Ts., final, inc. table of contents, of bbok, corresponding to published version. Includes publication citations after poems, occasional ms. revision. Black paper covers. (41pp.)
 
Ts., [carbon] of above. Section sheets omitted, no revision. (36pp.)
 
Ts. comment on poems in order of ts. above,possibly by HED Donohue. (1p.)
 
Galley proof of 2pp, [35 and 36] showing The milkman and Timeo. No revision. (2pp.)
 
Page proof of front matter, no rev, proof corrections. (11pp.)
 
Business papers, inc. ts. of jacket copy, revised.; ts. with revision of Eberhart comment, used on back jacket; remaining book jacket copy, inc. Sitwell, Williams and Schwartz comments; contract; copyright assignment; royalty statement for March, 1955. (6 items in 1 folder)
 
The looking glass. Chicago, University of Chicago Press, 1961.
 
Cover proof, unused, Glossy of four color drawing for cover, cut in two pieces. Also includes paper cover of Phoenix - Chicago edition. (3 items)
 
Business papers, as follows:
 
Contract with Miss Gardner and U.Chicago Press for publication of book. Printeditem, ts.[carbon] (1 item)
 
Distribution list, inc. ms. list by Miss Gardner on proof of her photograph, and ts.[xerox] list of prepublication review copies, Phoenix edition. (2 items in 7 sheets)
 
Publicity releases, and a biographical sheet [printed and ms xerox] supplied by Miss Gardner. (3 items)
 
National Book Award release, showing Miss Gardner as contender for poetry prize with The looking glass. Ts.[xerox] Inc. note signed by Maurice English. (1 item)
 
West of Childhood . Boston, Hourghton Mifflin Company, 1965. Originally titled f Flesh and bone.
 
Ts. of collection, titled Of flesh and bone, with table of contents, some ms. revision. Omits Sestina from ts., includes Mon moi Ils m'arrachment... but ommitted in book. Otherwise generally corresponds to subsequent version. Includes duplicate table of contents. (82pp.)
 
Ms. and ts. notes of "original plan for book coming out Oct. or Nov. 65 now called West of Childhood..." (5pp.)
 
Ts. of West of Childhood, omitting table of contents, inc. other front matter. Uses The milkman, omits Mon moi... Ts., ts.[carbon, xerox] printer's markings. Proof of This rrom is full of clocks used as copytext. (82pp.)
 
Printers' typescript, inc. transparencies, printers' markings, no other ms. revision, occasional editor's queries. (99pp.)
 
Galley proof of entire book, with proof marks, author's corrections, largely accidentals. Yellow stock. (33 galleys)
 
Page proof on galley sheets, proofreaders' markings only. Yellow and white stock (28 galleys)
 
Cut and galley proofs, white galley stock, of various poems. No author's markings. (15 sheets)
 
Proofs of two cover illustrations, titled Of flesh and bone. Four colors, each 5 1/2 × 8 1/4. (2 items)
 
Business papers, comprised of Sept. 30 [1966] royalty statement (1 item)
box-folder   13/-  
3/6 Reviews, essays, addresses as follows: (Gardner I)
 
Flint, Roland. A few words about Roland Flint . [essay] n.d. Appeared in Minnesota review. No revision. (Ts[carbon] 4pp.)
 
Iremonger, Valentin. A first book by an Irish poet: Reservations , by Valentin Iremonger [review] (Ts.[carbon] no revision. 4pp.)
 
Poetry Workshop. Description of course to have been given by Miss Gardner at New School [1967] with two poems. (Ts[carbon] ms., ms. revision. 4pp.)
 
Essay conc. the nature of poetry . (Ts, ms. revision. Untitled. Notation on first page in ms. `Edited by Dorothy de Santillana and Paul Brooks for use as a foreword which I am against.' Possibly intended for Birthdays... or West... 5pp.)
 
Address based on preceding essay, delivered at Marquette University. Ts.[carbon] Unpublished. No revision. (10pp.)
 
Address delivered at the Foxcroft School, Virginia. Ms.ms. rev. [c1965] (4pp.)
 
Address conc. Miss Gardner's speech patterns. Ms, ms. revision. Unknown place, begins Thank you Miss Kral. (3pp.)
box-folder   13/-  
3/7 Notes, journals and diaries. (Gardner I)
 
A Notebook, 1924-1927. Ms., including `my first poem.' Drawings by Miss Gardner's sister KatherInk and Pencil, leather covers. (51pp.)
 
B Notebook, loose spiral covers, inc. Heraldic chant royal, Villanelle, When a warlock dies (last collected in Birthdays and West of Childhood) n.d. (7pp.)
 
C Notebook, small blue spiral covers, inc. ms. drafts of Mindful of the forest (unpublished?) and Summer evening (Birthdays... and West of Childhood) Other notes. n.d. 1ne. (9pp.)
 
Notes for poems, drafts, untitled and unidentified. Ms., heavy revision. n.d. (40pp.)
box-folder   13/-  
3/8 Miscellany, inc. photographs, clippings, printed matter (Gardner I)
 
Photographs, inc. those of Gene Derwood Williams, Dylan Thomas and unidentified woman, Dyland Thomas and Oscar William, Karl Shapiro children.
 
Clippings, inc.:
 
Edith Sitwell items. (1folder)
 
Reviews of Isabella Gardner's books, inc. journal articles about her, [Sitwell, Taylor, Carroll, Wright] (1 folder)
 
Clippings conc. 1962 National Book Award, for which The looking glass was nominated. (1 folder)
 
General articles, newspaper appearances of Miss Gardner's poems, etc. (1 folder)
 
Printed material, inc. program for Tate-Gardner reading, Minneapolis; Gardner-Dahlberg reading, New York; Gardner-Wright reading, New York; Gardner-O'Connell, place not known; notes from students who have heard Miss Gardner read; contract for Yale tapes; BBC contract; program for Robert Lowell's Old Glory, signed by Tate, Miss Gardner, Ralph Ellison, others; list of poets invited to contribute to Kennedy anthology; invitation lists, unidentified poem To Isabella Gardner mit kisses; other. (1 folder)
box-folder   13/-  
Series 4 Personal material and memoribilia: [series]: (Gardner I)
box-folder   13/-  
Series 4/1 Letters of Isabella Gardner to her parents [George Pe body Gardner] 1931-1937, (Gardner I) (11 items)   
Scope: From Foxcroft School and Embassy School of Acting, London. Includes also a letter from Eileen Throndike, Embassy School to George Gardner conc. Isabella, two drawings done by Miss Gardner as a child, Park School report card.


 
Correspondence and telegrams of gongratulations on Tate-Gardner marriage, c. 1959. Correspondents inc. Cleanth Brooks, Robert Penn Warren, Robert Lowell, [telegrams] Howard Nemerov, others. 28 letters, 29 telegrams. (57 items in 1 folder)
box-folder   13/-  
Series 4/2 Essays, poems, written by Isabella Gardner 1932, 1933, n.d., or otherwise as a schoolgirl. (Gardner I) (12 items in one folder, Ms., ts., ts[carbon])
box-folder   13/-  
Series 4/2 Miscellany, (Gardner I) (16 items)   
Scope: Includes proofs of photographs of Miss Gardner as a child, photograph, clipping at c.16 years,ophotograph [negative] in dance performance in Dublin. Other materials.


Gardner II  
Isabella Gardner papers - Group II (Gardner II) (Accessions: 1419, 1461, 1555, 1556) (5412 items (28 boxes))   
Scope: Scope and Contents. Series I. Correspondence. I.1. General correspondence, including manuscripts retained with correspondence. I.2. Family correspondence. I.3. Business correspondence. Series II. Isabella Gardner's manuscripts. Includes drafts of poems, and miscellaneous manuscripts. Series III. That was then [collection] (BOA Editions, 1980). Includes manuscript material, correspondence, and miscellany relating to the publication of this book. Series IV. Manuscripts by others. Series V. Miscellany. Includes clippings, photographs, artwork, memorabilia, and other personal miscellany.


box-folder   1-14/1-165  
Series I. Correspondence.
box-folder   1-10/1-132.  
I.1. General correspondence. (2344 items.)   
Scope: Consists of Gardner's incoming personal and professional correspondence. All letters are directed to Isabella Gardner unless otherwise indicated. Gardner's own letters are filed along with those of the individual to whom she was writing. Correspondents are arranged alphabetically. Letters are filed chronologically within each correspondent's folder, and undated letters are grouped after dated letters. An asterisk indicates that a correspondent's letters are filed alphatically in a folder following each letter grouping; folder is labelled "Misc. A", "Misc. B" etc. Unidentified correspondence is located in a folder following all identified correspondence. Manuscripts retained with individual correspondents' letters are listed alphabetically in a separate list following the listing of correspondence.


 
Correspondents.
 
Abel, Cora Beth
 
n.d.:
 
(1 item)
 
Ames, Elizabeth
 
1965:
 
Nov. 14,
 
20
 
Anders, Shirley
 
1980:
 
Oct. 6
 
Anderson, Helen (Mrs. Lee Anderson)
 
1972:
 
May 14
 
July 31
 
Aug. 18
 
Oct. 6,
 
16,
 
1974:
 
Aug. 14
 
Sept. 3
 
Dec.
 
1975
 
Dec. ([Christmas card])
 
Anderson, Lee poet
 
1959
 
Dec. ([Christmas card])
 
1969
 
Apr. 11 ([card])
 
Apr. 19 ([card])
 
Apr. 24 ([card])
 
Apr. 25 ([card])
 
May 25,
 
30 ([card])
 
June 9 ([card])
 
June 10 ([card])
 
July 14
 
Sept 30
 
Aug. 14
 
1970
 
Feb. 1 ([card])
 
Mar. 31 ([card])
 
May 21
 
June 15
 
Aug. 18
 
Sept. 14 (w/enc.)
 
Nov. 23
 
1971
 
Feb. 1
 
Mar. 11
 
Apr. 24
 
May 10
 
Aug. 10
 
Dec. 31
 
1972
 
Mar. 2,
 
9
 
July 6,
 
20
 
Andre, Michael poet & editor of Unmuzzled Ox
 
1972
 
(1 item)
 
Oct. 19 ([flyer])
 
1975
 
April 1
 
1976
 
Feb. 2
 
(1 item)
 
1980
 
(1 item)
 
[n.d.]
 
(1 item)
 
Appel, George F. Hamline Univ., St. Paul, Minnesota
 
1979
 
Oct. 9,
 
29
 
Appelman, Phil Indiana Univ.
 
1969:
 
May 4
 
Arnold, Ned editor
 
1975:
 
April 17
 
June 19
 
Axelrod, Steven Univ. of Cal./Riverside
 
1973:
 
Sept. 21
 
1974:
 
Feb. 3
 
April 11 (w/enc.)
 
May 24 (w/enc.)
 
1975:
 
Jan. 30 (w/enc.)
 
Baker, Mildred
 
1974:
 
Nov. 16
 
1976:
 
March 15
 
1980:
 
Jan.?,
 
31
 
1981:
 
June 1 ([card])
 
July 16 ([card])
 
Baranik, Rudolph painter
 
n.d.:
 
(1 item)
 
Barnard, Peter
 
1975:
 
Nov. 13
 
Bartholomay, Judy
 
1973:
 
Apr. 25
 
June 18
 
Aug. 16
 
1974:
 
Jan. 26
 
Feb. 28
 
ca. Feb
 
Nov. 13
 
1975:
 
Jan. 2
 
Feb. 21
 
Apr. 17
 
May 27
 
July 8
 
Oct. 3
 
Dec. 9
 
1976:
 
Feb. 17
 
July 8
 
Aug. 6
 
Sept. 29
 
Nov. 22
 
Dec. 6
 
1977:
 
Feb. 20
 
1978:
 
March 7
 
June 16
 
1979:
 
Jan. 12 ([card])
 
1980:
 
April 29
 
n.d.:
 
(1 item[card])
 
Bauman, Greg
 
1974:
 
Oct. 8
 
1975:
 
Jan. 6
 
May 16
 
Beck, Rosemary painter
 
1966:
 
July 1,
 
4,
 
9,
 
15,
 
28,
 
1968:
 
July 10
 
Aug. 11
 
Bergé, Carol writer
Note: * 1 item that had been laid into The Centennial Review, Vol. XV, No. 2, Spring 1971, which is part of accession 1682.
 
1968:
 
n.d. (w/enc.)
 
1969:
 
(2 items)
 
1971:
 
Aug. 6 ([card])
 
ca. Spring'
 
1972:
 
Oct. 10 ([card])
 
ca. 1973:
 
(2 letters)
 
1974:
 
Feb. 2 ([card])
 
Oct. 3 ([card])
 
1980:
 
n.d. ([card])
 
Oct.
 
1981:
 
May 8,
 
ca. May
 
June 3 (w/enc.)
 
9
 
[n.d.]:
 
(21 items)
 
Berkovitz, Riva
 
1973:
 
Dec. 28
 
1974:
 
July 12
 
Berryman, Ed friend
 
1976:
 
Oct. 3,
 
12,
 
26
 
1978:
 
Feb. 21
 
1979:
 
Mar. 1 ([envelope only])
 
11,
 
28
 
1980:
 
May 30
 
June 4
 
Aug. 14
 
Sept. 20
 
1981:
 
May 22
 
[n.d.]:
 
(13 items)
 
Berryman, Kate (Mrs. John Berryman)
 
1972:
 
Dec. 21
 
Bickel, Dan poet
 
1968:
 
May 9
 
ca. June
 
n.d.
 
n.d.
 
n.d.:
 
(1 item)
 
Biddle, Francis
 
1973:
 
(ca. Christmas [Christmas card])
 
1974:
 
Jan. 24
 
Biddle, George painter
 
1968:
 
Oct. 16 ([card])
 
Biddle, Katherine poet
 
1964:
 
July 14
 
1969:
 
Apr. 12
 
June 15
 
1970:
 
Easter
 
May 20
 
June 13
 
Nov. 6
 
1971:
 
July 23
 
Sept. 2
 
1972:
 
Dec. 7,
 
23
 
ny:
 
Jan. 3
 
Aug. 11
 
Biddle, Randy
 
1975:
 
Jan. 6
 
n.d.:
 
(1 item)
 
Bishop, Elizabeth poet
 
1969:
 
May 31 ([card])
 
Aug. 8 ([card])
 
1970:
 
May 21 ([card])
 
1971:
 
Jan. 11
 
n.d.:
 
([card])
 
Blass, Larry
 
1973:
 
Jan. 20
 
Blevitsky, Ben
 
1974:
 
Feb. 8
 
1976:
 
Jan. 4
 
Blumenfield, Harold composer
 
1967:
 
Oct. 20
 
Nov. 13
 
1971:
 
Apr. 12
 
May 9
 
1972:
 
Feb. 16
 
Dec. 20
 
1976:
 
Nov. 7
 
1977:
 
Jan. 7
 
Apr. 14
 
June 17
 
Oct. 25
 
Dec. 5
 
1978:
 
Oct. 14
 
Dec.
 
1979:
 
April 9
 
1980:
 
May 8
 
[n.d.]:
 
(4 items)
 
Bly, Robert poet, editor
 
ca 1968:
 
(1 item)
 
Bolotin, Jay artist
 
1975:
 
Dec 7 ([inscribed drawing])
 
15,
 
26 (w/poems)
 
1976:
 
Jan. 7 (w/drawing, 7 autographed by Bolotin, Leona Ritz, Richard Elman, John Wesley, Hannah Green)
 
16,
 
25,
 
29,
 
Feb. 1,
 
12,
 
22
 
Mar. 3,
 
16,
 
24,
 
30
 
Apr. 1
 
May 16
 
June 17,
 
29
 
July 13,
 
31
 
Aug. 4,
 
27
 
Sept. 21
 
Oct. 8 (w/enc. prose-poem-drawing)
 
23,
 
27 (w/drawing on letter)
 
Nov. 4,
 
13 ([card])
 
16,
 
27,
 
Dec. 7 ([card])
 
16
 
1977:
 
Jan. 7,
 
16
 
Feb. 4 (w/enc. song lyrics)
 
Mar. 12
 
Apr. 10
 
late Apr.
 
May 7,
 
23 (w/song lyrics.)
 
1977:
 
June 7,
 
10,
 
30 ([card])
 
July 1,
 
18 (w/photo)
 
Aug. 15,
 
21 (w/enc. song lyrics)
 
Sept. 2 ([inscribed song lyrics, 21 w/enc.)
 
Oct. 5
 
Nov. 19,
 
20
 
Dec. 19
 
1978:
 
March 10
 
May 9 (w/enc. song lyrics, 20)
 
June 5 (w/song lyrics in letter, 10 w/enc. photos)
 
July 2
 
Sept. 6
 
Oct. 9
 
Nov. 18
 
Jan. 4
 
1979:
 
Feb. 8,
 
20 ([inscribed song lyrics], 26)
 
Mar. 2,
 
17
 
Apr. 9
 
May 4,
 
30
 
July 3
 
Aug. 30
 
Sept. 26,
 
28
 
Oct. 5,
 
10
 
Nov. 6 (w/enc. song lyrics)
 
Dec. 1
 
1980:
 
Jan. 10
 
Feb. 12
 
May 13
 
June 12
 
Aug. 14
 
early Sept., 24
 
Oct. 26
 
Dec. 11,
 
28 ([inscribed brochure])
 
1981:
 
April 13
 
June 25 ([envelope only])
 
[n.d.]:
 
(10 items)
 
Bomar, Bill
 
n.d.:
 
(1 item [drawing])
 
Boyer, Mimi artist
 
1964:
 
Oct. 22
 
n.d. ([flyer])
 
n.d.
 
([card])
 
1981:
 
May 1 ([card])
 
Brever, Connie
 
n.d.:
 
(2 items)
 
Brewer, Lori student
 
1976:
 
Sept. 23
 
Brewster, Fiona painter
 
1966:
 
May
 
1968:
 
n.d.
 
Oct. 13
 
1970:
 
June 9
 
July 3
 
Aug. 7
 
Dec. 29
 
1971:
 
March 12
 
n.d.
 
Dec. 8
 
1973:
 
June 9
 
Brewster, Harry writer
 
1964:
 
Sept. 14
 
1965:
 
Apr. 20
 
May 14
 
Sept. 19
 
1966:
 
Jan. 27
 
Mar. 19
 
Apr. 12
 
1967:
 
Jan. 20
 
Nov. 15
 
1969:
 
Sept. 29
 
1970:
 
May 12
 
1971:
 
Jan. 12
 
Brody, Lilly painter
 
1974:
 
Dec. 14
 
1975:
 
Jan. 13
 
Brogan, Sir Denis author
 
1969:
 
Dec. 24
 
n.d.
 
Brown, Biddy friend
 
1964:
 
Nov. 2
 
ca. 1965
 
1965:
 
Nov. 22
 
1967:
 
June 1
 
Aug. 7
 
1974:
 
April 25
 
1977:
 
Jan. 18
 
1980:
 
Feb. 22
 
n.d.:
 
(3 items)
 
Brown, Huntington friend
 
1969:
 
Aug. 13 (in folder w/Biddy Brown's letters)
 
Brown, Judy
 
1976:
 
April 3
 
May 10
 
Brown, Myra
 
1964:
 
April 6
 
n.d.
 
1965:
 
Nov. 17
 
1976:
 
n.d. ([card])
 
Brubeck, Marcia
 
1977:
 
May 31
 
Brundage, Harriet
 
1976:
 
Oct. 29
 
1979:
 
Feb. 20 (w/ enc.)
 
Bryan, Martha mother, Regina Bryan
 
1969:
 
May 12
 
1974:
 
Aug. 13
 
n.d.:
 
(1 item)
 
Bryan, Regina
 
1969:
 
Apr. 14,
 
22
 
May 1,
 
15
 
July 7
 
Sept 6
 
Nov. 9,
 
10,
 
22,
 
25
 
Dec. 18
 
1970:
 
Feb. 9
 
April 20
 
ca.Oct 14
 
1971:
 
Dec. 15
 
1975:
 
Nov. 1
 
Buffington, Robert A. Tate biographer
 
1978:
 
April 3 (w/enc., 16)
 
Burden, Jean editor, "Yankee"
 
1980:
 
June 19
 
July 5
 
Burns, Skip writer
 
1977:
 
May 22
 
Oct. 10
 
Nov. 17
 
1978:
 
Sept. 9
 
Oct. 23
 
1981:
 
March 23
 
Busby, Gerald composer
 
1980:
 
Dec. 16
 
n.d.:
 
(1 item)
 
Butler, Frank writer
 
1967:
 
Oct. 17,
 
ca. Oct. 26
 
1968:
 
June 19
 
Butler, Helen
 
1965:
 
(1 item)
 
n.d.:
 
(1 item)
 
Butler, Maggie poet
 
1974:
 
Jan. 31 (w/poem)
 
Calcagno, Larry painter
 
1976:
 
Dec. 10
 
1977:
 
March 10
 
June 10 ([card])
 
Sept. 19
 
Oct. 4 ([card])
 
ca. Nov. ([card])
 
Dec. 4 ([card])
 
1980:
 
Feb. 9
 
Carrier, Constance poet
 
1980:
 
Sept. 5
 
Nov. 4
 
1981:
 
Jan. 20
 
May 1
 
n.d.:
 
(1 item)
 
Carroll, Paul author
 
1966:
 
Aug. 10
 
1969:
 
Nov. 11
 
1970:
 
Jan. 19
 
Feb. 2,
 
26
 
Chaney, Verne
 
1979:
 
Feb. 1
 
Chapin, Henry writer
 
1977:
 
April 16 ([card])
 
1978:
 
Feb. 8
 
Sept. 22
 
Dec. 9
 
1979:
 
Feb. 12
 
July 16
 
Child, Julia cook
 
1980:
 
Aug. 14
 
Childers, Erskine President of Ireland
 
1973:
 
Dec. 20
 
Claire, William editor, Voyages
 
n.d.:
 
(2 items)
 
Clark, John William and Bobbie Univ. of Minn.
 
1966:
 
July 21
 
1974:
 
Feb. 4
 
Mar. 24
 
1975:
 
ca. Autumn (w/enc.)
 
1976:
 
April 6 ([card],)
 
16 ([card])
 
May 4,
 
5 ([card],)
 
8 (w/enc. photo)
 
1977:
 
Feb. 14
 
June 2 ([card],)
 
12,
 
Sept. 23 ([card])
 
Nov. 17 ([card])
 
n.d.
 
([card])
 
1979:
 
Palm Sunday
 
ca. March
 
Mar.?
 
May 7,
 
?,
 
22
 
June 24
 
July 28
 
n.d.
 
([card])
 
1980:
 
Feb. 21,
 
23
 
Oct. 17
 
Nov. 25
 
Dec. 1
 
n.d.:
 
(4 items)
 
Coakley, Willie
 
1967:
 
June 5
 
Coleman, Elliot
 
1968:
 
March 14
 
1969:
 
May 6
 
Sept. 12
 
1974:
 
Feb. 25
 
Cole, Bill Saturday Review
 
1975:
 
Jan 17,
 
17
 
Cooper, Lawson P.
 
1965:
 
April 17
 
Couser, Mignon teacher, Foxcraft school
 
1964:
 
April 16
 
May 6,
 
21,
 
([Christmas card])
 
Coxe, Louis
 
1974:
 
Feb. 28
 
1976:
 
Feb. 16
 
Crowell, Joan P.E.N American Center
 
1981:
 
Jan.
 
Crowther, Prudence NY Review of Books
 
n.d.:
 
(1 item)
 
Dahlberg, Edward poet
 
1970:
 
Sept. 5,
 
19
 
Dahlberg, Julia (Mrs. Edward Dahlberg)
 
1977:
 
March 3
 
Danner, Margaret poet
 
1968:
 
Mar. 26
 
Apr. 16,
 
25
 
Aug. 20
 
1970:
 
Mar. 30
 
1971:
 
May 1,
 
11
 
Oct. 17 ([2 letters])
 
1972:
 
March 8
 
n.d.:
 
(3 items)
 
Davis, Allen III Santa Fe Theatre Co.
 
1967:
 
Aug. 1
 
1969:
 
Sept. 12
 
1973:
 
Aug. 14
 
1974:
 
Aug. 31
 
1975:
 
Feb. 16
 
Dec. 22
 
1976:
 
Oct. 25
 
1981:
 
April 17 ([card])
 
Davis, Mary
 
1977:
 
Oct. 17
 
Davis, Hope Hale
 
1975:
 
July 26
 
1977:
 
Nov. 2
 
Dedman, Claire President, The Friday Club
 
1976:
 
Aug. 6
 
De Fanti, Charles Newark State College
 
1972:
 
Mar. 31
 
Apr. 29
 
June 21
 
Aug. 3
 
1974:
 
March 18
 
DeGrazia, Ann
 
1971:
 
June 9
 
1973:
 
May 19
 
DeLattre, Pierre Macdowell Fellow
 
1976:
 
Dec. 14
 
1977:
 
Easter
 
n.d.:
 
(1 item)
 
Denney, Ruth
 
1963:
 
Sept. 25
 
Apr. 5
 
1969:
 
Jan. 12
 
1972:
 
July 1,
 
29
 
Oct. 8
 
1974:
 
Jan. 10
 
June 14
 
Aug. 8
 
1978:
 
ca. Aug.
 
DeSantillana, Dorothy Houghton-Mifflin
 
1955:
 
Sept. 30
 
1958:
 
Feb. 18
 
1966:
 
Apr. 5
 
1969:
 
Dec. 28
 
1971:
 
Feb. 8
 
July 21
 
Dec. 20
 
Diamond, Freda
 
1980:
 
Aug. 15
 
Dombeck, Blanche artist
 
1976:
 
April 9
 
May 13
 
Nov. 23 (w/ enc.)
 
1977:
 
Jan. 30
 
May 18 ([bill])
 
Aug. 21
 
Oct. 12
 
(Christmas)
 
1978:
 
Aug. 2
 
Sept. 16 ([card])
 
Nov. 13,
 
26
 
Dec. 9
 
1979:
 
Jan. 23
 
Oct. 17
 
1980:
 
Feb. 26 ([card])
 
May 5
 
Nov. 12
 
Dec. 10 (w/enc.)
 
Dec. 28
 
1981:
 
Jan. 11
 
Feb. 2
 
Donahue, Maurie
 
1966:
 
June 12
 
Donohue, Shog?
 
1968:
 
April 11
 
Dorrance, Ward writer
 
1960:
 
Sept. 21
 
1961:
 
March 14
 
Drexler, Lynne artist
 
1980:
 
June 20
 
1981:
 
June 13
 
Driskell, Leon V. Univ. of Louisville
 
1977:
 
Aug. 2
 
Sept. 11,
 
19
 
Oct. 17
 
ca. 1978:
 
(1 item)
 
n.d.:
 
(1 item)
 
Duval, Elga
 
1972:
 
March 31
 
Earls, Paul composer
 
1967:
 
Oct. 16 ([cardl)
 
1968:
 
Feb. 1
 
ca. Feb.
 
Mar. 2
 
June 18 (w/enc.)
 
Aug. 16
 
Oct. 22
 
241 Nov. 7 ([card])
 
21
 
1969:
 
March 3
 
April 9 (w/enc.)
 
May 27
 
June 15
 
July 3
 
Sept. 21,
 
27
 
Oct. 6,
 
12 (w/enc.)
 
1972:
 
June 27 ([card])
 
Nov. 1
 
Eberhart, Betty (filed w/R. Eberhart)
 
1974:
 
March 11
 
n.d.:
 
(3 items)
 
Eberhart, Richard poet
 
1977:
 
June 11 ([card])
 
1980:
 
Feb. 15
 
Sept. 23
 
Dec. 7
 
1981:
 
Feb. 1
 
Echols, Randy
 
1964-1980
 
(62 items)
 
Eliot, Thomas Sterns
 
[n.d.]:
 
(1 item[card])
 
Eliot, Valerie (Mrs. T.S. Eliot)
 
1969:
 
Sept. 16
 
1980:
 
March 27
 
n.d.:
 
(2 items)
 
Elman, Richard author
 
1977:
 
March 23
 
1978:
 
May 4 (w/enc.)
 
English, Maurice poet
 
1965:
 
June 6
 
1967:
 
([card])
 
1969:
 
April 22
 
1970:
 
([card])
 
1971:
 
July 12
 
1972:
 
March 16
 
1974:
 
Jan. 21
 
Feb. 21
 
Mar. 4
 
1975:
 
Jan. 20
 
Aug. 25
 
Nov. 5
 
1976:
 
Jan. 3.
 
24
 
Mar. 19
 
May 17
 
1977:
 
March 31
 
Apr. 21
 
May 5
 
June 26,
 
28
 
July 9 ([card])
 
Aug. 5
 
Sept. (9p)
 
Nov. 6 (w/enc. poem)
 
1978:
 
Oct. 11
 
Nov. 18 ([card])
 
1979:
 
Feb. 13
 
Apr. 16
 
May 7
 
Sept. 21
 
Oct. 23
 
1981:
 
Feb. 16
 
n.d.:
 
(1 letter)
 
Fallon, Carol Wood
 
1977:
 
Nov. 28
 
1979:
 
Mar. 5
 
Farrell, David
 
1980:
 
Oct. 23
 
Nov. 21
 
Felton, Kristi
 
1976:
 
Aug. 17 (w/enc. poem)
 
Fimple, Vernon
 
1967:
 
Sept. 22
 
1975:
 
Jan 25
 
Flint, Roland author
 
1967:
 
Sept. 13
 
1968:
 
Dec. 8
 
1969:
 
Feb. 3
 
1972:
 
Feb. 29
 
June 13
 
Nov. 27
 
1974:
 
June 18
 
1975:
 
April 28
 
July 17
 
Nov. 1
 
1976:
 
Feb. 8,
 
26
 
Apr. 6
 
Oct. 8,
 
18,
 
27
 
1977:
 
May 18,
 
23
 
June 8 ([card])
 
14 ([card],)
 
20
 
1978:
 
Mar. 1
 
June 6,
 
9,
 
14
 
Aug. 14
 
1979:
 
Mar. 1,
 
20
 
1980:
 
Spring
 
Mar 31
 
Apr. 17 (w/enc.)
 
May 29
 
n.d.
 
Sept. 22
 
Oct. 11,
 
15 ([card])
 
1981:
 
June 24
 
Flint, Rosalind (Mrs. Roland Flint)
 
1981:
 
Jan. 5
 
n.d.:
 
(8 items)
 
Furt, Keith writer
 
1974:
 
Aug. 13
 
Dec. 20
 
1979:
 
Feb. 26
 
n.d.:
 
(5 items)
 
Foster, Elizabeth
 
1975:
 
(Christmas card)
 
Fowlie, Wallace author
 
1969:
 
Sept. 16
 
Fradoz, Julie poet, student
 
1981:
 
May 4 (w/poem)
 
June 12 (w/enc. poem)
 
Frank, Joseph critic
 
1965:
 
July 13
 
1966:
 
May 22
 
Gardner, Isabella
 
1975:
 
ca March 10
 
to Bartholomay, Judy
 
1974:
 
Feb. 9 ([photo])
 
to Brewster, Fiona
 
1981:
 
Jan. 30
 
to Flint, Roland
 
1979:
 
Oct. 4
 
to Leffler, Merrill
 
1975:
 
March 11
 
to Marum, Andrew
 
1969:
 
Dec. 2
 
McDowell, David
 
1978:
 
Aug. 2 ([photo])
 
to Poets & Writers
 
[ca. 1979]:
 
(1 item)
 
to Stam, Cecile
 
1952:
 
May 13
 
to West, Michael
 
1975:
 
March 10
 
Garrot, Richard
 
1974:
 
Sept. 25
 
Genega, Paul poet
 
1981:
 
March 16 (w/enc.)
 
June 16
 
Gerschauer, Jonnie artist
 
1977:
 
Oct. 5
 
Gill
 
1977:
 
April 4 ([card])
 
1981:
 
Feb. 14 ([card])
 
Gill, James
 
1973:
 
March 15
 
1974:
 
July 29
 
n.d.:
 
(7 items)
 
Gill, Sarah
 
1979:
 
Sept. 26
 
Gillespie, Fran
 
n.d.:
 
(1 item)
 
Ginsberg, Allen poet
 
1976:
 
March 6 ([card])
 
Gioseffi, Daniella author
 
1972:
 
Feb. 20
 
Aug. 26
 
1973:
 
Mar. 10
 
Dec.?
 
1974:
 
June 26
 
Oct. 8
 
1975:
 
Jan. 6
 
Apr. 20
 
June 14
 
Oct. 8 ([2 letters])
 
1976:
 
Sept. 2
 
1977:
 
July 7
 
1980:
 
Aug. 8 ([card])
 
1981:
 
June 7
 
n.d.:
 
(1 item)
 
Giworsky, Johanna Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum
 
1969:
 
Sept. 20
 
Goedicke, Patricia poet
 
1976:
 
Nov. 20 ([card])
 
Gold, Vera poet
 
1970:
 
July 28
 
1972:
 
Sept. 1 (w/photo)
 
1973:
 
Aug. 15
 
Nov. 1
 
Dec. 28
 
1974:
 
Mar. 12
 
May 8
 
Nov. 5
 
1975:
 
Dec. 8 ([card])
 
1980:
 
Aug. 7
 
Sept. 22
 
n.d.:
 
(1 item)
 
Gould, Jean
 
1977:
 
June 6
 
1980:
 
April 23 (w/clippings)
 
Sept. 23
 
Graves, Harold
 
1980:
 
Nov. 14
 
Green, Hannah writer
 
1968:
 
n.d.
 
1970:
 
May 9
 
Sept. 5
 
1971:
 
Sept. 30
 
1972:
 
Nov. 18
 
1973:
 
June 28 (w/enc. card)
 
([Christmas card])
 
1974:
 
April22
 
July 29
 
1975:
 
Sept. 11 ([card])
 
Oct. 14 ([card])
 
31
 
1976:
 
May 9
 
Nov. 1 ([card])
 
1978:
 
Dec. 8 ([card])
 
1980:
 
April 30
 
n.d.:
 
(5 items)
 
Grovesnor, Bob cousin/sculptor
 
n.d.:
 
(1 item)
 
Haffendon, Joun Univ. of Exeter
 
1972:
 
Dec. 30
 
1974:
 
Jan. 17
 
March 6
 
Hall, Marty painter
 
1966:
 
May 22
 
Hanson, Polly Yaddo
 
1978:
 
June 20
 
Hardwick, Elizabeth author
 
1961:
 
Dec. 21
 
Harper, Michael poet
 
1971:
 
April 20 (w/enc. poems)
 
Harris, Marguerite poet
 
1965:
 
May 24
 
1971:
 
April 21
 
1973:
 
Jan. 19
 
1975:
 
Spring (w/enc.)
 
1976:
 
Jan. 17 (w/enc.,31)
 
Apr. 1 Spring
 
Spring
 
Harris, Pat (Mrs. Sydney Harris)
 
n.d.:
 
(1 item)
 
Harris, Sydney
 
1981:
 
May 2
 
n.d.:
 
(1 item)
 
Haskell, Patricia
 
n.d.:
 
(1 item)
 
Hebald, Carol
 
1977:
 
July 10
 
1981:
 
Jan. 31
 
Heffner, Jane E. Whitney Museum
 
1980:
 
May 2
 
Hemmenway, Mary Chalmers Foxcroft School
 
1965:
 
April 23
 
Herschberger, Ruth author
 
1974:
 
March 9,
 
12 ([card])
 
1975:
 
Aug. 1
 
1980:
 
May 28
 
Aug. 11
 
n.d.:
 
(1 item)
 
Hershinow, Sheldon Univ. of Hawaii
 
1977:
 
Aug. 11
 
Sept. 9
 
Hester, Mary author
 
1965:
 
Nov. 16
 
Dec. 6
 
1966:
 
Feb. 6
 
March 22
 
Apr. 7
 
June 3
 
1967:
 
July 10
 
Aug. 15
 
1968:
 
July 15,
 
29
 
Aug. 6
 
Oct. 22
 
Nov. 12,
 
28
 
Dec. 21
 
1969:
 
March 11
 
Dec. 6
 
1972:
 
Dec. 14
 
1973:
 
Feb. 9
 
May 9
 
June 28
 
Oct. 3
 
Nov. 30
 
1974:
 
Feb. 3
 
Mar. 3
 
May 11
 
June 16
 
Aug. 7,
 
31
 
Dec. 5
 
1975:
 
Mar. 14
 
July 5
 
Nov. 8
 
1976:
 
Aug. 6
 
Nov. 28
 
1977:
 
Jan. 25
 
Oct. 19
 
Nov. 11
 
23
 
1978:
 
May 2
 
Oct. 4
 
1979:
 
Feb. 16
 
1980:
 
Aug. 8
 
Hine, Daryl Poetry magazine
 
1974:
 
Mar. 27
 
1976:
 
n.d.
 
Nov. 17
 
1977:
 
Feb. 8
 
Hoff, Margo painter
 
n.d.:
 
(3 items)
 
Holland, Anabel painter
 
1961:
 
June 14
 
Aug. 14
 
1964:
 
Oct. 29
 
1965:
 
April 25
 
Dec. 8,
 
16
 
1966:
 
May 12
 
1968:
 
Nov. 27
 
1969:
 
April 16
 
1971:
 
April 28
 
1972:
 
Oct 14 ([card])
 
Nov. 20
 
1973:
 
Sept. 29
 
1975:
 
July 28
 
1976:
 
Feb. 2 ([card])
 
March 1,
 
16,
 
Oct. 18,
 
21
 
1977:
 
Jan. 26 ([card])
 
Apr. 3 ([card])
 
June 24
 
Nov. 1
 
1978:
 
Nov. 10
 
Dec. 21
 
1980:
 
Sept. 26
 
Oct. 13 ([card], 26 w/enc.)
 
1981:
 
May 13
 
29
 
Hong, Kai filmmaker
 
1977:
 
June 14
 
Horsnell, Maggie
 
1980:
 
June 29
 
Hovanessian, Diana Der New England Poetry Club
 
1980:
 
Sept.
 
Oct. 1
 
Howe, Mary Manning playwright
 
1964:
 
Oct. 27
 
1965:
 
Feb. 5 (w/enc.)
 
1966:
 
Mar. 4
 
1969:
 
May 13
 
June 10
 
?
 
1970:
 
Feb. 24
 
May 18
 
1973:
 
March 27
 
1974:
 
Jan. 18
 
Feb. 19
 
1975:
 
Jan. 31
 
1980:
 
April 16
 
1980:
 
Spring
 
1981:
 
May 4
 
n.d.:
 
(5 items)
 
to "Orson"
 
1940:
 
June 7
 
Howes, Barbara author
 
1965:
 
Oct. 26
 
1972:
 
March 4
 
IK, Kim Yong Korean poet
 
1974:
 
Jan. 2 ([card])
 
Feb. 16 ([card])
 
Mar. 12 ([card])
 
May 30 ([card])
 
Dec. 2 ([card])
 
1975:
 
Aug. 6 ([card])
 
1977:
 
Aug. 17 ([card])
 
Oct. 15 ([card])
 
1978:
 
Jan. 19 ([card])
 
1980:
 
June 30 ([card])
 
July 5 ([card])
 
1981:
 
May 24 ([card])
 
n.d.:
 
(2 items)
 
IK, Lee (Mrs. Kim Yong IK)
 
1974:
 
July 15
 
Jacobsen, Josephine author
 
1966:
 
Jan. 31
 
1971:
 
Oct. 22
 
29
 
Nov. 10
 
23
 
1973:
 
Jan. 4
 
1974:
 
Feb. 1 ([card])
 
July 9
 
Oct. 12
 
1975:
 
July 7
 
Aug. 27 ([card])
 
1977:
 
July 25 ([card])
 
1978:
 
June 20
 
Sept. 15 ([card])
 
1978:
 
Sept. 22
 
1979:
 
Jan. 17
 
Feb. 19
 
June 24
 
1980:
 
Dec. 9
 
n.d.:
 
(8 items)
 
Jahn, Daniel
 
1974:
 
Nov. 19 ([card])
 
James, Charles costume designer
 
1969:
 
Nov. 19
 
1974:
 
Oct. 1
 
James, Freida godmother
 
1966:
 
April 18
 
1970:
 
([Christmas card])
 
n.d.:
 
(1 item)
 
James, Michael sculptor
 
1971:
 
Jan 25
 
Jeffares, Jeanne
 
1969:
 
Sept. 12
 
n.d.:
 
(1 item)
 
Jerrold, Eleanor
 
1964:
 
Feb. 23
 
Aug. 16
 
1969:
 
Sept. 19
 
Johnson, Ned?
 
1980:
 
Oct. 29
 
Jones, Daniel
 
1971:
 
April 27
 
1975:
 
Aug. 12
 
1976:
 
Oct. 8
 
1977:
 
Aug. 1
 
1979:
 
April 29
 
1980:
 
Feb. 4
 
1981:
 
April 13 (w/clippings)
 
Kasinakas, Joe composer
 
1980:
 
Nov. 6
 
Kazin, Kate poet
 
1980:
 
Nov. 3
 
Kendall, Kate
 
1980:
 
Oct. 10
 
Kennedy, Robert Woods
 
1974:
 
July 9
 
n.d.:
 
(1 item[card])
 
Kessler, Jascha author
 
1975:
 
Feb. 20
 
Kessler, Milton poet
 
ca 1968:
 
(1 letter)
 
June 3
 
1970:
 
June 2
 
1974:
 
June 12 ([card])
 
July 2
 
1977:
 
July 31 ([card])
 
1978:
 
May 27
 
June 11
 
Aug. 23 ([card])
 
1980:
 
Jan. 11
 
May 29
 
n.d.:
 
(2 items)
 
Kinnell, Galway poet
 
n.d.:
 
(1 item)
 
Kizer, Carolyn poet
 
1979:
 
July 17
 
Knott, Bill
 
1969:
 
Feb. 18
 
Mar. 4
 
6
 
1977:
 
June 15
 
n.d.:
 
(1 item)
 
Kopp, Harold Princeton Univ. Library
 
1980:
 
Nov. 10
 
Kresh, Paul
 
1977:
 
June 13
 
Krohn, Herbert physician, poet
 
1970:
 
June 10
 
ca. June 10
 
Aug. 27 ([card])
 
1972:
 
Feb. 17 (w/enc.)
 
23
 
1973:
 
Mar. 20
 
24 ([card])
 
June ([card])
 
Aug. 14 ([card])
 
Sept. 15
 
Oct. 22
 
ca. Nov. 1
 
1974:
 
Jan. 15 ([card])
 
29
 
Feb. 1
 
March 6 ([card])
 
Nov. 27 ([card])
 
1975:
 
Oct. 20
 
Nov. 14 ([card])
 
Krohn, Herbert physician,poet
 
1976:
 
May 25 ([card])
 
Mar. 21 (w/enc.)
 
1980:
 
July 4
 
Kronsky, Betty
 
1974:
 
Aug. 8
 
n.d.:
 
(1 item[card])
 
Kunitz, Elise (Mrs. Stanley Kunitz)
 
1969:
 
Jan. 28 ([card])
 
n.d.:
 
(2 items)
 
Lassiter, Robert
 
1980:
 
May 20
 
1981:
 
Jan. 19
 
Laughlin, M.E.
 
1976:
 
Jan. 26
 
Lawford, Giovanna
 
n.d.:
 
(1 item)
 
Lee, Dede Poets & Writers
 
1980:
 
July 31
 
Leekley, Robert publisher
 
1975:
 
Oct. 1
 
Leffler, Merril publisher
 
1975:
 
Feb. 18
 
Mar. 21
 
Oct. 12
 
Lehrman, Neil publisher
 
1975:
 
Aug. 22
 
28
 
Oct. 12
 
ca. 1975:
 
(1 item)
 
Leighton, Clare artist
 
1966:
 
Oct. 21
 
1967:
 
March 3
 
1969:
 
March 13
 
22
 
1971:
 
May 4
 
n.d.:
 
(2 items)
 
Levenson, Jack Univ. of Minnesota
 
1961:
 
June 23
 
Levin, Harry Harvard Univ.
 
1965:
 
April 28
 
Liddy, James author
 
1969:
 
April 29
 
July 8
 
21
 
Lifshin, Lyn poet
 
1981:
 
May 21
 
Lippincott, Ben
 
1974:
 
1974:
 
Dec. 3 ([card])
 
Lippincott, Gertrude dancer
 
1975:
 
April 14
 
Lippman, Mr. & Mrs. Walter
 
n.d.:
 
(1 item[invitation])
 
Logan, John poet
 
1969:
 
Feb. 17
 
Dec. 14
 
1970:
 
Feb. 1
 
1971:
 
Sept. 12
 
Dec. 30
 
1972:
 
Feb. 7
 
1974:
 
July 12
 
Aug. 13 ([envelope only])
 
Nov. 15
 
1975:
 
July 20 ([card])
 
Nov. 18 ([inscribed mimeograph poem])
 
1976:
 
ca. Jan.
 
Mar. 11 ([card])
 
July 7 (w/xerox)
 
Aug. 2
 
20
 
Oct. 8 (w/xerox poem)
 
19 (w/enc. photo)
 
1977:
 
Jan. 3 (w/encl)
 
May 8 ([card])
 
July 14
 
27 ([card])
 
Oct. 6
 
Nov. 2
 
Dec. 8
 
1978:
 
June 20
 
Aug. 14
 
1979:
 
Nov. 1. 27
 
1980:
 
Dec. 16
 
1981:
 
Jan. 28
 
Mar. 14
 
Apr. 2 (w/poem)
 
n.d.:
 
(6 items)
 
Lolli, Giorgio psychiatrist
 
1967:
 
Jan. 23
 
May 31
 
June 8
 
1
 
27
 
July 6
 
26
 
Aug. 8
 
14
 
16
 
28
 
Oct. 13
 
1968:
 
Apr. 23
 
May 8
 
Sept. 11
 
Oct. 17
 
1969:
 
Jan. 4, 16
 
April 14
 
Long, Jenny
 
1978:
 
May 4
 
Lowell, Robert poet
 
1966:
 
Oct 8 ([card])
 
Lundeen, Helen
 
1975:
 
Dec. 2 ([Christmas card])
 
Lytle, Andrew author
 
1972:
 
Aug. 11, 22
 
Mar. 27
 
1980:
 
Feb. 22
 
McAndrews, Anita
 
1968:
 
April 21 (w/poem)
 
McCormick, Elaine R.
 
n.d.:
 
(1 item)
 
McDermott, William Harvard Medical School
 
1969:
 
Sept. 24
 
1973:
 
April 17
 
1977:
 
April 29
 
n.d.:
 
(1 item)
 
McDonnell, Bernard lawyer
 
1963:
 
April 23
 
McDowell, David
 
1978:
 
July 26
 
1979:
 
Feb. 27
 
March 16
 
McIntyre, Alice poet
 
1972:
 
Dec. 18 (w/poem)
 
1973:
 
Jan. 25
 
Dec. 21 (w/poems)
 
1976:
 
Jan. 1
 
June 7 (w/poems)
 
1977:
 
April 25
 
Aug. 15
 
Sept. 21
 
1978:
 
Oct. 31
 
1980:
 
Jan. 30
 
McMilan, Ann composer
 
1977:
 
April 24 ([card])
 
1980:
 
Jan. 25
 
28
 
MacNeice, Heldi
 
1972:
 
Feb. 20 ([card])
 
Apr. 10 ([card])
 
1973:
 
Dec. 12 ([card])
 
n.d.:
 
(2 items)
 
MacShane, Frank author
 
1969:
 
Sept. 16
 
Nov. 20
 
1974:
 
Jan. 13 ([card])
 
Feb. 13
 
1975:
 
Jan. 31
 
May 30
 
1977:
 
May 13
 
Manulis, Martin 20th Century Fox
 
1980:
 
April 30
 
Marx, Nieli
 
1975:
 
Dec. 12
 
1976:
 
Feb. 10
 
July 12
 
Masters, Marcia Lee Society of Midland Authors
 
1976:
 
Oct. 8 (w/enc.)
 
ca. Oct. 8
 
Matheson, Bill Wash. Univ.
 
1978:
 
June 1 (w/enc.)
 
Mathews, Marthiel writer
 
1961:
 
Mar. 4
 
1966:
 
Oct. 22
 
1967:
 
May 17
 
Mayhall, Jane poet
 
1972:
 
Nov. 29
 
1975:
 
Oct. 30
 
June 4
 
1980:
 
Aug. 25
 
Mehta, Sitanshu translator
 
1969:
 
April 26
 
Menken, Rue
 
1963:
 
April 23
 
1975:
 
Sept. 27
 
Oct. 1
 
Meredith, William poet
 
1970:
 
Jan. 30
 
1979:
 
Nov. 28
 
n.d.:
 
(1 item)
 
Michener, James author
 
1975:
 
Feb. 7
 
Miller, Arthur playwright
 
1972:
 
Feb. 7
 
Mills, Ralph critic
 
1965:
 
June 10
 
1974:
 
Jan. 20
 
1980:
 
Aug. 19
 
Sept. 4
 
Mitchell, James Mitchell Beazley Group
 
1974:
 
June 26
 
Moore, Kathy
 
1974:
 
July 22
 
ca 1974:
 
(1 item)
 
1975:
 
Sept. 3
 
Moss, Howard author, editor
 
1972:
 
March 7
 
1980:
 
Jan. 25 ([card])
 
Moyer, Don poet
 
1975:
 
Jan. 7
 
1976:
 
Jan. 19
 
Murray, Dan poet
 
1969:
 
June 3
 
Myers, Lucas
 
1972:
 
April 22 ([card])
 
1979:
 
Nov. 22
 
n.d.:
 
(1 item)
 
Nevile, Helen MacDowell Colony
 
1975:
 
Dec. 10
 
21
 
Nims, Bonnie (Mrs. J. F. Nims)
 
1968:
 
June 13
 
1976:
 
Dec. 29
 
1977:
 
Jan. 28
 
1980:
 
April 21
 
1981:
 
Mar. 24
 
April 11
 
n.d.:
 
(1 item)
 
Nims, John Frederick poet, editor
 
1960:
 
Sept. 22
 
Dec. 8
 
1961:
 
March 4
 
1964:
 
Dec. 11
 
1967:
 
June 12
 
1973:
 
June 8
 
1974:
 
Feb. 17
 
Oct. 19
 
Dec. 8
 
1977:
 
Nov. 28
 
1979:
 
May 28
 
June 20
 
Sept. 17
 
27
 
Dec. 5
 
1980:
 
Dec. 2
 
n.d.:
 
(1 item)
 
Norman, Charles
 
1969:
 
Feb. 8
 
March 25
 
O'Brien, Priscilla
 
n.d.:
 
(1 item)
 
O'Gorman, Ned
 
1979:
 
May 19
 
Oct. 1 ([card])
 
1980:
 
Aug. 8
 
O'Hehir, Diana
 
1980:
 
Jan. 8
 
Oliver, Smith playwright, poet
 
1965:
 
June 2
 
8
 
Sept. 17 (w/poem)
 
Oct. 10 (w/poem)
 
1970:
 
Sept. 27
 
Oct. 7
 
13 (w/poem)
 
Osborn, Elodie
 
1977:
 
July 19
 
Packard, William N.Y. Quarterly
 
ca 1968:
 
([card])
 
Nov. 8 (w/enc.)
 
26
 
Dec. 17
 
1969:
 
July 25
 
Nov. 18
 
1970:
 
[n.d.] (w/enc.)
 
1971:
 
Dec. 1
 
15
 
1974:
 
March 25
 
1979:
 
Oct. 17
 
1980:
 
June 16
 
Oct. 17 ([card])
 
Papish, Dan poet
 
1969:
 
Nov. 14
 
1970:
 
May 12 (w/poem)
 
31 ([card])
 
1972:
 
Feb. 3
 
Sept. 4
 
25
 
Oct. 13
 
Nov. 12
 
n.d.:
 
(6 items)
 
Payson, Harold Roger Williams College
 
1980:
 
Oct. 24
 
1981:
 
May 31
 
Peacock, Molly poet
 
1974:
 
Jan. 10
 
1975:
 
Nov. 14
 
Perera, Padma
 
1978:
 
Aug. 30
 
1979:
 
March 27 ([card])
 
1980:
 
May
 
1981:
 
Jan. 20
 
n.d.:
 
(2 items)
 
Peters, Joan Rutgers Univ.
 
1977:
 
Dec. 9 (w/enc.)
 
Peters, Robert
 
1973:
 
April 29
 
May 16
 
n.d.:
 
(2 items)
 
Phelps, Robert novelist, critic
 
1966:
 
June 4
 
July 13
 
Aug. 28
 
n.d.:
 
(1 item)
 
Phillips, Robert poet
 
1977:
 
Oct. 5
 
1978:
 
July 10 ([card])
 
Sept. 1
 
Oct. 22
 
31
 
1979:
 
Feb. 6
 
May 4 ([card])
 
Aug. 16 ([card])
 
1980:
 
March 23
 
Sept. 15
 
Picher, Stan
 
1981:
 
April 3
 
Pole, Frances actress
 
ca 1964:
 
(1 item)
 
1975:
 
Jan. 24
 
1980:
 
Feb. 20
 
n.d.:
 
(1 item)
 
Pole, Reginald
 
n.d.:
 
(1 item)
 
Pomeroy, Ralph poet
 
1967:
 
Oct. 10
 
Quinn, Sister Bernetta poet
 
1965:
 
(1 item)
 
1966:
 
Feb. 4
 
Rannit, Alexis poet
 
1976:
 
Oct. 4
 
6 (w/AMS of "Windless")
 
19
 
25
 
Nov. 8 (w/enc.)
 
16 (w/Ts. S)
 
18 (w/enc.)
 
Dec. 22 (w/AMS)
 
n.d. (4 items)
 
1977:
 
Feb. 17
 
May 22
 
n.d.:
 
(1 item)
 
Ray, David poet
 
1976:
 
Jan. 17
 
1978:
 
June 3
 
July 19
 
24 (w/enc.)
 
Sept. 12
 
1979:
 
Jan. 11 ([card])
 
Nov. 27
 
1980:
 
May
 
? ([card])
 
? ([card])
 
n.d.:
 
(5 items)
 
Ray, Judy (Mrs. David Ray)
 
1976:
 
Sept. 2 ([card])
 
1981:
 
March 17 ([card])
 
Ray, Shreela poet
 
1966:
 
July 6
 
19
 
24
 
Aug. 14
 
Sept. 2
 
Oct. 11
 
1967:
 
Jan. 3
 
9
 
29
 
June 12
 
July 20
 
Oct. 16
 
1970:
 
Jan. 8
 
Feb. 24
 
1971:
 
March 27
 
May 28
 
June 9
 
Nov. 23
 
1972:
 
Dec. 16
 
1974:
 
Sept. 27 (w/poem)
 
Nov. 10
 
1975:
 
Nov. 11 (w/poem)
 
Dec. 17
 
1976:
 
Jan. 1
 
Nov. 21
 
1978:
 
Feb. 2
 
Oct. 26
 
30
 
1979:
 
July 9
 
1980:
 
Dec. 3
 
n.d.:
 
(1 item)
 
Read, Sir Herbert author
 
1967:
 
Jan. 21
 
Rees, Gomer
 
1971:
 
Jan. 28 (w/enc.)
 
1975:
 
Feb. 17 (w/enc.)
 
Mar. 13
 
April 11
 
May 3
 
Dec. 22 (w/enc.)
 
1977:
 
March (8 w/enc.)
 
April 13 (w/enc.)
 
June 14
 
n.d.:
 
(1 item)
 
Ritz, Lorna artist
 
1976:
 
Oct. 22
 
28
 
Nov. 3
 
13
 
1977:
 
March 16
 
31
 
1981:
 
May 14
 
Rizzardi, Alfredo trans. of Gardner poems
 
1964:
 
([Christmas card])
 
1965:
 
([Christmas card])
 
1969:
 
Aug. 21
 
1970:
 
Jan. 7
 
Aug. 25
 
1972:
 
April 2
 
June 15
 
Dec. 18
 
1973:
 
([Christmas card])
 
1981:
 
June 25
 
Robinson, Leonard poet
 
1978:
 
Dec. 10
 
Roethke, Beatrice (Mrs. Theodore Roethke)
 
1970:
 
Sept. 19
 
n.d.:
 
(1 item)
 
Rogin, Debby
 
1981:
 
March 31
 
n.d.:
 
(1 item)
 
Rollins, Leighton director
 
1965:
 
Feb. 16
 
1969:
 
Sept. 8
 
16
 
Dec. 17
 
29
 
1970:
 
Dec. 27
 
1971:
 
Jan. 14
 
March 9
 
21
 
April 7
 
1972:
 
Aug. 14 (w/clipping)
 
1974:
 
Jan. 8
 
March 20
 
July 1
 
1975:
 
June 27 ([card])
 
Nov. 2
 
Dec. 15
 
1976:
 
Feb. 6
 
Sept. 20
 
Oct. 2
 
1977:
 
July 7
 
1978:
 
March 21
 
22
 
1979:
 
Feb. 9
 
March 7 ([card])
 
Oct. 8
 
1980:
 
Feb. 6
 
March 5
 
30
 
Jul 30
 
end of August
 
Sept. 5
 
Oct. 8
 
Nov. 5 ([card])
 
1981:
 
April 29
 
n.d.:
 
(13 items)
 
Rolt, David painter
 
1954:
 
Feb.
 
ca 1955
 
1956:
 
Oct. 31
 
1960:
 
ca April
 
June 11
 
1961:
 
March 17
 
1962:
 
Oct. 1
 
Dec. 14
 
1964:
 
Oct. 5
 
1965:
 
May 18
 
1966:
 
Dec. 30
 
1967:
 
July 6
 
Sept. 3
 
1968:
 
Aug. 19
 
1969:
 
May
 
1970:
 
Feb. 26
 
1972:
 
Jan.
 
1973:
 
?
 
1975:
 
Jan. 28
 
Spring
 
1978:
 
Feb. 8
 
1979:
 
Oct. 9
 
1980:
 
April 10
 
1981:
 
May 21
 
n.d.:
 
(27 items 4 prints of Rolt's painting, 1 of which is inscribed)
 
Roseliep, Raymond author
 
1977:
 
March 29
 
Rosenthal, Mark poet
 
1980:
 
Oct. 17 ([card])
 
Roskolenko, Harry author
 
1975:
 
Aug. 4 ([card])
 
Sept. 30
 
1976:
 
May 28
 
Nov. 4
 
1977:
 
June 11
 
20
 
1978:
 
July 2
 
n.d.:
 
(1 item)
 
Ross, Ralph
 
1965:
 
Dec. 16
 
1966:
 
June 7
 
Rosten, Norman
 
1967:
 
Feb. 9
 
Rothman, John Ensemble Studio Theatre
 
n.d.:
 
(1 item)
 
Runnell, Mary attorney
 
1979:
 
March 16
 
Rushton, Madeleine
 
1956:
 
July 23
 
1978:
 
Jan. 9
 
Russell, Dorothy
 
1981:
 
March 14
 
Russell, Peter poet
 
1967:
 
Dec. 20 (w/enc. poem)
 
1969:
 
Oct.
 
Ryerson, Alice poet
 
1977:
 
July 10 (w/enc.)
 
Sacco, Frances actress, director
 
n.d.:
 
(2 items)
 
Salper, Don California State Univ., Northridge
 
1974:
 
April 8
 
July 23
 
1975:
 
July 30
 
Sandy, Stephen
 
n.d.:
 
(3 items)
 
Schaeffer, Susan Fromberg poet
 
1971:
 
Nov. 18
 
Schiff, Gert art historian
 
n.d.:
 
(1 item)
 
Schlesinger, Arthur, Jr.
 
1964:
 
Dec. 29
 
Schmid, Marcia Lee Masters poet
 
1980:
 
April 24
 
Scofield, Penrod
 
1980:
 
June 20 ([card])
 
Seldes, Marian writer
 
1978:
 
Nov. 27 ([card])
 
1980:
 
April 15
 
n.d.:
 
(1 item)
 
Shackelford, Rudy
 
n.d.:
 
(1 item)
 
Shapiro, Karl poet
 
1968:
 
Oct. 21
 
1976:
 
Jan. 24
 
1978:
 
Sept. 12 (w/enc.)
 
1979:
 
Nov. 4
 
25
 
1980:
 
March 22
 
Shapiro, Teri (Mrs. Karl Shapiro)
 
1967:
 
Sept. 21
 
Shestack, Melvin
 
1981:
 
May 2
 
Siegel, Lore novelist
 
n.d.:
 
(1 item)
 
Simmon, W.G.
 
n.d.:
 
(1 item)
 
Simpson, Peter poet
 
1968:
 
Jan. 23 (w/enc. AMs S)
 
1969:
 
July 15
 
Dec. 29
 
1971:
 
Feb. 10
 
1972:
 
April 4
 
1973:
 
Feb. 18 ([letter also inscribed by Jim Wright, John Logan, Annie Wright])
 
Sept. 17 ([card])
 
May 28
 
Aug. 1 (w/enc.)
 
1974:
 
Nov. 22
 
1975:
 
Jan. 27 (w/enc.)
 
June 17 (w/enc.)
 
1976:
 
Feb. 10
 
May 28
 
1977:
 
ca Sept.
 
1978:
 
Feb. 17
 
Aug. 24
 
1979:
 
July 16
 
1980:
 
Feb. 20
 
Oct. 21 ([card])
 
1981:
 
June 6 ([card])
 
n.d.:
 
(2 items)
 
Simson, Lulix von (Mrs. Otto von Simson)
 
1964:
 
April 10
 
Aug. 19
 
1968:
 
Jan. 30
 
n.d.:
 
(4 items)
 
Simson, Otto von art historian
 
1965:
 
Nov. 2
 
1976:
 
May 20
 
Siskind, Aaron photographer
 
1965:
 
Dec. 17
 
1979:
 
Aug. 29 ([card])
 
Sklar, Morty poet/editor
 
1971:
 
July 22 ([card])
 
Oct. 7 (w/3 poems)
 
Nov. 12
 
1972:
 
May 31
 
Oct. 12 (w/enc.)
 
Nov. 11
 
1973:
 
April 5
 
Dec. 9
 
14
 
1974:
 
Feb. 7
 
April 22
 
1975:
 
March 23
 
June 28
 
Oct. 2
 
1976:
 
Jan. 8
 
26 (w/enc.)
 
1977:
 
Dec. 18
 
1979:
 
March 29
 
July, 31
 
1980:
 
Feb. 1
 
May 2 ([card])
 
Oct. 22
 
n.d.:
 
(2 items)
 
misc.:
 
(3 items)
 
Slavin, Fay
 
1980:
 
Dec. 13
 
Smith, Sonja (Mrs. William Jay Smith)
 
1979:
 
Aug. 4 ([card])
 
n.d.:
 
(1 item[photo])
 
Smith, William Jay poet
 
1974:
 
Jan. 28 ([card])
 
Dec. 28
 
1978:
 
Sept. 8
 
1979:
 
Feb. 23
 
July 17
 
1980:
 
Oct. 13
 
1981:
 
Jan. 4
 
[n.d.]:
 
(2 items)
 
Solway, Liz
 
n.d.:
 
(1 item)
 
Spalding, Sister
 
1965:
 
May 22
 
Oct. 28
 
Dec. 10
 
1966:
 
April 9
 
Spencer, Margaret
 
1964:
 
Nov. 12
 
n.d.:
 
(4 items)
 
Spender, Natasha (Mres Stephen Spender)
 
1981:
 
Feb. 16
 
Spender, Stephen poet, editor
 
1981:
 
Feb. 19
 
Stafford, William poet
 
1968:
 
May 23
 
Stallknecht, Newton P. Indiana Univ.
 
1966:
 
April 27
 
1968:
 
April 24
 
1969:
 
Feb. 6,
 
17
 
April 7
 
June 1
 
Stanford, Ann
 
1974:
 
Sept. 7 ([card])
 
1975:
 
Jan. 26 ([card])
 
March 14 ([card])
 
Stange, Maren
 
1978:
 
May 10 (w/enc.)
 
Stange, Pat
 
1965:
 
Nov. 5
 
ca 1966
 
1967:
 
Oct. 23
 
[ca Nov.]
 
1970:
 
April 24
 
ca 1971
 
1977:
 
July 25
 
n.d.:
 
(3 items)
 
Starr, Cecile Saturday Review
 
1952:
 
June 5
 
Stern, Dide Univ. Chicago
 
[n.d.]:
 
(1 item)
 
Stevens, May painter
 
1974:
 
Jan. 29
 
March 12
 
Aug. 27
 
Stitelman, Alice
 
1968:
 
April 3 (w/enc.)
 
Stoloff, Carolyn poet
 
1979:
 
May 23 ([card] w/poem)
 
Strand, Mark poet
 
1980:
 
Jan. 16 ([card])
 
Sukenik, Lynne poet
 
1976:
 
Jan. 12 ([card])
 
1981:
 
Feb. 25
 
n.d.:
 
(4 items)
 
Talma, Louise
 
1981:
 
ca. Jan.
 
Tarcor, Edith
 
n.d.:
 
(1 item)
 
Thomas, Michael Tilson conductor
 
n.d.:
 
(1 item)
 
Thompson, Phyllis Univ. of Hawaii
 
1977:
 
Dec. 23 ([card],)
 
27 ([card])
 
1978:
 
Jan. 6
 
March 28
 
June 17
 
Sept. 18
 
Oct. 3
 
1979:
 
June 6
 
1980:
 
April 26
 
n.d.:
 
(2 items)
 
Thomson, Virgil Ecco Press
 
1972:
 
May 5
 
1974:
 
Dec. 18
 
1977:
 
March 16 (w/enc.)
 
April 26
 
1980:
 
April 7
 
n.d.:
 
(2 items)
 
Trask, Willard translator
 
n.d.:
 
(1 item)
 
Tucker, Martin poet
 
1969:
 
Jan. 22
 
1979:
 
May 8
 
1980:
 
Sept. 22
 
Oct. 7
 
Turner, Melvin poet, Mississippi
 
1968:
 
May 7
 
1969:
 
Jan. 24
 
Feb. 3
 
April 28
 
June 3,
 
15
 
1970:
 
Jan. 8
 
June 6,
 
7
 
1973:
 
March 7
 
n.d.:
 
(22 items 16 poems also included Book of poems: Laura)
 
Theme Melvin's Book
 
Tytell, Louis artist
 
1967:
 
Sept. 5
 
1968:
 
Aug. 2,
 
8,
 
6 ([card],)
 
7,
 
8
 
9,
 
10,
 
11
 
1969:
 
Feb. 20,
 
21,
 
28
 
Mar. 1,
 
4,
 
6,
 
7,
 
10 (w/clipping,)
 
13,
 
16
 
Sept. 3
 
Aug. 14,
 
24
 
Sept. 2
 
n.d.:
 
(5 items)
 
Unger, Sherley
 
1975:
 
Jan. 14
 
1980:
 
April 30
 
Vabiastis, Paul
 
1956:
 
July 11
 
Van Duyn, Mona poet
 
1965:
 
Nov. 26
 
1969:
 
Feb. 3
 
1972:
 
Dec.,
 
30
 
Voelker, Betty
 
1977:
 
Feb. 7
 
May 4
 
Wainwright, Alexander Princeton Univ.
 
1980:
 
Nov. 25
 
Waitzkin, Fred
 
1966:
 
June 7,
 
15
 
Aug. 23
 
n.d.:
 
(1 item)
 
Waitzkin, Stella
 
1973:
 
Nov. 24 ([card])
 
1974:
 
Jan. 22 ([card])
 
July 25
 
1977:
 
Sept. 20
 
1978:
 
Oct. 11
 
n.dl:
 
(1 item)
 
Walsh, Chad
 
1966:
 
July 17,
 
31
 
1967:
 
April 26
 
May 1
 
July 15
 
1968:
 
March 30
 
1969:
 
Feb. 28
 
March 20
 
April
 
n.d.:
 
(1 item)
 
Warren, Robert Penn
 
1974:
 
April 2 ([card])
 
1979:
 
Nov. 24 ([card])
 
Weinstein, Arnold playwright
 
1966:
 
Aug. 6
 
1967:
 
Aug. 19
 
n.d.:
 
(3 items)
 
Weiss, Ruth
 
1974:
 
March 10 (w/poems)
 
Weitzman, Sarah
 
1980:
 
Sept. 30
 
Wenning, Henry Bookseller
 
1969:
 
May 12
 
June 24
 
n.d.:
 
(1 item)
 
West, Michael poet
 
1972:
 
ca Jan.
 
22
 
Sept. ([card])
 
Oct. 28
 
1974:
 
Feb. 10 (w/poem)
 
March 27 (w/poem)
 
May 9
 
July 4 (w/poem)
 
Aug. 7
 
1975:
 
Jan. 3
 
Feb. 13
 
March 4,
 
5
 
Sept. 18
 
Oct. 13
 
Nov. 8 (w/poem)
 
1976:
 
Jan. 5
 
Feb. 5,
 
26
 
March 22 (w/poem)
 
April 24
 
May (26[card])
 
1977:
 
Jan. 13
 
April 4
 
1981:
 
Jan. 26
 
March 31
 
April 6 ([envelop only])
 
n.d.:
 
(23 items w/21 enc.)
 
Whittemore, Helen (Mrs. Reed Whittemore)
 
n.d.:
 
(1 item)
 
Whittemore, Reed author
 
1970:
 
July 1
 
Williams, Galen Poetry Center
 
1968:
 
Jan. 24 (w/enc.)
 
Feb. 13 (w/enc.)
 
Dec. 16 (w/enc.)
 
1969:
 
Jan. 24
 
April 2,
 
25
 
June 8 (w/enc.)
 
Oct. 31
 
1970:
 
April 22
 
1971:
 
May 25 (w/enc.)
 
1972:
 
March 9
 
1973:
 
Feb.
 
1976:
 
Jan. 18
 
1977:
 
April 23
 
1978:
 
Jan. 6
 
Aug. 10
 
Oct. 31
 
Nov. 9
 
1979:
 
May 8
 
1980:
 
Jan. 18,
 
24
 
Oct. 27
 
n.d.:
 
(3 items [form letters])
 
Williams, Oscar poet
 
1955:
 
Dec. 15 (w/enc.)
 
Williams, Strephon son of Oscar Williams
 
1966:
 
Jan. 12 ([card])
 
Feb. 2 ([card])
 
Wilson, Robert A. Phoenix Bookshop
 
1979:
 
Nov. 3
 
Wimbush, Mary
 
1963:
 
n.d. ([card])
 
Wood, Beatrice
 
1979:
 
April 20
 
Wright, Annie (Mrs. James Wright)
 
1972:
 
Aug. 4 ([card])
 
1973:
 
n.d. ([card])
 
1974:
 
April 5 ([card])
 
1978:
 
Nov. 15
 
Dec.
 
1979:
 
June 9 ([card])
 
July 19 ([card])
 
Nov. 6
 
Dec. 12
 
1980:
 
Jan. 4 (w/photo,)
 
20,
 
31
 
Feb. 24
 
1981:
 
Jan. 6
 
May 1
 
n.d.:
 
(2 items[cards])
 
Wright, James poet
 
1969:
 
April 8 (w/enc.)
 
1973:
 
Nov. 3 ([card])
 
1974:
 
Nov. 21
 
1976:
 
Feb. 1 ([card])
 
Yarde, Richard painter
 
1966:
 
Sept. 12
 
1967:
 
Oct. 19
 
1974:
 
June 17
 
n.d.:
 
(8 items)
 
Yarde, Susan (Mrs. Richard Yarde)
 
1970:
 
Nov. 1
 
Young, Dita artist
 
1977:
 
May 26
 
Young, Sarah Mt. Holyoke College
 
1971:
 
Dec. 15
 
1973:
 
Dec. 26
 
n.d.:
 
(1 item[card])
 
Zimmerman, Toni poet, editor
 
1975:
 
April 13
 
n.d.:
 
(4 items)
 
Unidentified Correspondence (53 items)
 
Manuscripts by others retained with correspondence.
 
Anderson, Lee
 
Poems
 
"How would you say" (AMsS, 1 p., 1971: April 24.)
 
"White Wine" (AMs, 1 p.)
 
Basler, Roy
 
Essay
 
"The Poet as Composer" (TMs [xerox], 19 pp., in Lee Anderson to Isabella Gardner correspondence.)
 
Bergé, Carol
 
Poem
 
"The Conversation" (TMs [carbon], 1 p., 1968: Feb. w/Bergé letter, 1968.)
 
Bolotin, Jay
 
Lyrics and poems
 
"The Girl with the bright yellow raincoat (AMsS, 1 p., w/letter of Dec. 26, 1975.)
 
"Incident on the road to Saspokan" (AMsS, 2 pp., w/letter of Dec. 26, 1975.)
 
"Second Day bread" (AMsS, 3 pp., w/letter of Jan. 16, 1976.)
 
"The Lady and the stranger" (AMsS, 2 pp., w/letter of March 16, 1976.)
 
"This must be the forth of July" (AMsS, 2 pp., in letter of June 29, 1979.)
 
"Breakdown Christmas Eve" (AMsS, 4 pp., w/letter of Oct. 8, 1976.)
 
"The Firey Death of Willy Bodine" (AMsS, 2 pp., w/ letter of Oct. 23, 1976.)
 
"Away-Away from here" (AMsS, 3 pp., w/letter of Nov. 27, 1976)
 
"From Scene IV of The Rockhammer Lamentation" (AMsS, 1 p. w/letter of Feb. 4, 1977.)
 
"At the Carnival (I knew you were at home)" (AMsS, 1 p., w/letter of May 23, 1977.)
 
"Glass Ballerinas All Dancing Away" (AMsS, 1 p., w/letter of Aug. 21, 1977.)
 
"February Soul" (AMsS, 1 p., w/letter of Aug. 21, 1977.)
 
"The Last Southern Man and the last Yankee Lady" (AMs, 1 p., w/letter of Sept. 21, 1977.)
 
"The Traveling Salesman," AMs (1 p., w/letter of Sept. 21, 197)
 
"Daniel's Harp" (AMsS, 2 pp., in letter of March 10, 1978.)
 
"Jason and Lainy (The sin of Omission)" (AMsS, 1 p., w/letter of May 9, 1978.)
 
"In Childhood" (AMsS, 2 pp., in letter of June 5, 1978.)
 
"Letter from Susanna (Amelia Earhart Returned)" (AMsS, 1 p., w/letter of Jan. 4, 1979.)
 
"Last Summer In Kentucky" (AMsS, 1 p., in letter of Feb. 20, 1979.)
 
"Beneath the Southern Moon" (AMsS, 1 p., w/letter of Nov. 6, 1979.)
 
"Roses' Heart of gold" (AMsS, 1 p., w/correspondence-n.d.)
 
Butler, Maggie
 
Poem
 
"Change of Season" (TMs, 1 p/. in B. folder of gen'd correspondence.)
 
Elman, Richard
 
"Mrs. Gratia Artis" (TMs, 1 p., w/letter of May 4, 1978.)
 
Felton, Kristi
 
Poem
 
"--for Isabella Gardner" (TMs, 1 p., w/letter of Aug. 17, 1976.)
 
Flint, Roland
 
Poems
 
"A Prayer while jogging" (TMs [xerox]S, 1 p.)
 
"Mostel" (TMs [xerox]S, 1 p.)
 
Frados, Julie
 
Poem
 
"To that one" (TMsS, 1 p., in letter of May 4, 1981.)
 
"The gliding deer" (TMsS, 1 p., w/letter of June 12, 1981.)
 
Genega, Paul
 
Poems, w/letter of Mar. 16, 1981
 
"The self-made man and the man" (TMs, 1 p.)
 
"In the planetarium" (TMs, 1 p.)
 
"The hands of the dead" (TMs, 1 p.)
 
"Flung from Pegasus" (TMs, 1 p.)
 
"Water wheel" (TMs, 1 p.)
 
"The neap tide, nantucket" (TMs, 1 p.)
 
Gioseffi, Daniella
 
Poem
 
"Sea Hag in the Cave of Sleep" (TMs[xerox], 5 pp., w/undated letter in correspondence folder.)
 
Harris, Marguerite
 
Poems
 
"Conjuror" (TMs[carbon]S, 1 p., w/letter of Spring, 1975.)
 
"Glen Head" (TMs, 1 p., w/letter of Jan. 17, 1976.)
 
"Sea Cliff" (TMs, 1 p., w/letter of Jan. 17, 1976.)
 
"The album" (TMs, w/notes on verso, 1 p., w/correspondence.)
 
"Moment of drowning" (TMsS[xerox], 1 p., w/correspondence.)
 
Essay
 
"To terrify and comfort" (TMs[xerox], 2 pp., w/1975 correspondence.)
 
Herschberger, Ruth
 
Poems
 
"Last thoughts on a lover's letter" (TMs.)
 
"Stamps were inexpensive" (TMs.)
 
"His letters I'd kept" (TMs.)
 
"The other side of the corn" (TM.)
 
"All was `miraculous' to him" (TMs.)
 
Holland, Anabel
 
Poem
 
"I sit now at midnight" (AMs, 3 pp., w/letter of March 16, 1976.)
 
"My Joe" (AMsS, 3 pp., in letter Nov. 1, 1977.)
 
Kessler, Milton
 
Poem
 
"Thanks forever" (TMsS[card], w/letter of 1978: May 23.)
 
Krohn, Herbert
 
Poems
 
"Death Harbor" (TMs, 1 p., w/letter of Feb. 17, 1972.)
 
"so then this older" (TMs[card], 1974: Jan. 18.)
 
"Enter Lilacs" (AMsS[card], May 25, 1976.)
 
"Solitaire" (TMs[xerox]S, 1 p., w/letter of March 21, 1976.)
 
"The Song to end your pain?" (TMs[xerox]S, 1 p., w/letter of March 21, 1976.)
 
"Who are you little blue" (TMs[xerox]S, 1 p., w/letter of March 21, 1976.)
 
"Claire De Lune" (AMs[xerox]S. 1 p., w/letter of March 21, 1976.)
 
"The Waitress Poem" (TMs[xerox]S, 1 p., w/letter of March 21, 1976.)
 
Logan, John
 
Poems
 
"At Drumcliffe Churchyard, County Slizo" (TMs[mimeo]S, 2 pp., 1975: June, letter on verso, 1975: Nov. 18.)
 
"Lines for an Unknown Lover" (TMs[xerox]S, 1 p., 1976: Sept. 18, w/letter of Oct. 8, 1976.)
 
"A Visit to Bill Merwin at his Hawaiian Home" (TMs[xerox]S, 1 p., 1981: March 27, w/letter April 2, 1981.)
 
"Poems on Roman photographs of Aaron" (TMs[carbon]S, 1 p., w/correspondence, undated.)
 
Matheson, Bill
 
Poems
 
"Sequences: Dec. 1977: Jan. 1978" (TMs[xerox], 4 pp., w/letter of June 1, 1978.)
 
"Sequence: Black and other" (TMs[xerox], 2 pp., w/letter of June 1, 1978.)
 
McAndrew, Anita
 
Poem
 
"The Oyster" (TMs, 1 p., w/letter of April 21, 1968.)
 
McIntyre, Alice
 
Poems
 
"Geode" (TMs, 1 p., w/letter of Dec. 18, 1972.)
 
"And the glory" (TMSS, 1 p., w/letter Dec. 21, 1973.)
 
"Prayer to Aphrodite", trans. of Sappho (TMsS, w/letter Dec. 21, 1973.)
 
"That Nag" (TMsS, 1 p., w/letter June 7, 1976.)
 
"Double Vision" (TMsS, 1 p., w/letter of Aug. 15, 1977.)
 
Packard, William
 
Poems
 
"I remember as a child" (TMs[xerox], w/letter of Nov. 8, 1968)
 
Papish, Dan
 
"The Madwoman of Wall Street" (1 p., TMsS.)
 
"Of Liz" (TMs[carbon], 6 pp., w/letter of May 12, 1970.)
 
Peters, Joan
 
Essay
 
"Gardner" (TMs, 4 pp. (p. 2 missing), w/letter of Dec. 9, 1977.)
 
Rannit, Alexis
 
"Windless" (AMs, 1 p., w/letter of Oct. 6, 1976.)
 
"To Pauline Hanson" (TMsS, 1 p., on recto of Oct. 16, 1976 note.)
 
"Winter" ([trans.]AMsS, w/note of Dec. 22, 1976.)
 
Ray, David
 
Poems
 
"A painting of Past Time" (TMs[xerox], 1 p., w/letter of July 24, 1978.)
 
"At the Artists Colony for Isabella Gardner" (TMsS, 1 p., w/correspondence.)
 
Ray, Shreela
 
"Poem for sunbathers" (Ts[carbon], 2 pp.; "Five virgins under the magnolia tree", Ts.[carbon], 1 p.; "Winter poems for Gawain", Ts.[carbon], 1 p., w/letter of Sept. 27, 1974.)
 
"Dusky Sally" (TsS., 1 p., w/letter of Nov. 11, 1975.)
 
Robinson, Leonard
 
Poem
 
"When they grow close together" (TMs[xerox], 1 p., w/correspondence.)
 
Roskolenko, Harry
 
"To Isabella-with apologies" (TMsS, 1 p., in correspondence, 1973: July 2.)
 
Russell, Peter
 
"1923", (TMsS, 1 p., w/letter Dec. 20, 1967.)
 
"The golden chain", ([broadside announcement], on verso, letter [ca. Oct. 1969].)
 
Seidman, Hugh
 
Poem
 
"Coast of Maine", (TMs[xerox], 2 pp., w/letter from Gomer Rees,Rees correspondence folder.)
 
Simpson, Peter
 
Poems
 
"Lines for Isabella Gardner", (AMsS, 1 p., w/letter of Jan. 23 1968.)
 
"Save the daylight-",TMs[xerox]S, (1 p., on recto of Aug. 1, 1974 letter.)
 
"The tears at the backes of our eyes", (TMs[xerox], 1 p., on recto, note 1975)
 
May.
 
"Recent Hypothesis", (TMs[xerox], 1 p., on recto, note of May 28, 1976.)
 
"A promise", (TMsS, 1 p., on card, 1978: Aug. 24.)
 
"Valentine, 1980", (TMs[xerox]S, 1 p., on recto, note, Feb. 20, 1980.)
 
Essays
 
"Anne Sexton 1928-1974", (TMs[xerox]S, 2 pp., w/letter of Jan. 27, 1975.)
 
"Loveroot: Poems by Erica Jong", (TMs[xerox]S, 2 pp., w/letter of June 17, 1975.)
 
Sklar, Morty
 
Poems
 
"My Parts", (TMsS, 1 p. w/letter of Oct. 7, 1971.)
 
"In Memory of My Being Late", (TMsS, 1 p., w/letter of Oct. 7, 1971.)
 
"Since you asked", (TMsS, 1 p., w/letter of Oct. 7, 1971.)
 
"That cloud up there", (TMsS, 1 p., w/letter of Oct. 12, 1972.)
 
Stitelman, Alice
 
Poem
 
"The No-name stories", (TMs, 1 p., w/letter April 3, 1968.)
 
Stoloff, Carolyn
 
"Winter Room", (TMs[card], on verso, note, May 23, 1979.)
 
Weiss, Ruth
 
"Candle & Leaves no. 2", (TMsS, 1 p., w/letter of March 10, 1974.)
 
"Seventeenth Day", (TMs[xerox], 3 pp., w/letter of March 10, 1974.)
 
West, Michael
 
Poems
 
"1 erotic", (TMsS, 1 p., in letter of Feb. 10, 1974.)
 
"Driving south in a white", (AMs, in letter of March 27, 1974.)
 
"6" and "7", (TMs, in letter of July 4, 1974.)
 
"Enchantment (for Geraldine)", (TMs, in letter of Nov. 8, 1975)
 
"Lyric", (TMs, 1 p., w/undated letter.)
 
"Letter to Meredith", (AMsS, 1 p., w/undated letter.)
 
"Resemblances", (TMs[xerox], w/correspondence.)
 
"Variations on a blind alley", (Ts.[xerox], 7 pp., w/correspondence.)
 
"Deep, way deep down", (TMsS, 1 p., w/correspondence.)
 
"Januarian Ode", (AMs, 3 pp., w/correspondence.)
 
"Letters to M: 12", (TMsS, 1 p., w/correspondence.)
 
"Letters to M: 13", (TMsS, 1 p., w/correspondence.)
 
"(to an Eyelash)", (TMsS, 1 p., w/letter March 4, 1975.)
 
"(an Elegy for John Berryman)", (TMsS, 1 p., w/letter March 4, 1975.)
 
"Torsion", (AMsS, 1 p., w/letter March 22, 1976.)
 
Prose
 
"A jar of pickled eggs", (TMs[xerox], 6 pp.)
 
"Wild Conclusions", (TMs[xerox], 9 pp.)
 
"The Anarchist", (TMsS, 5 pp.)
 
"Mimesis", (TMsS, 1 p.)
 
"The Bribe", (TMsS, 1 p.)
 
"Sonnet", (TMsS, 1 p.)
 
"13", (TMsS, 1 p.)
 
"To Purity", (TMs, 1 p.)
box-folder   11-13/133-157.  
I.2. Family correspondence. (802 items)   
Scope: Consists of correspondence to, from, and regarding various members of Isabella Gardner's family. Correspondents' letters are filed alphabetically Letters are filed chronologically within each correspondent's folder. Undated letters are grouped after dated letters. Unidentified correspondence follows identified correspondence in a separate folder.


 
Butterworth, George lawyer
 
to: Maurice Seymour
 
1974:
 
March 12 ([carbon copy])
 
July 8 ([carbon copy])
 
Aug. 22 ([carbon copy] 3 letters filed w/correspondence from Maurice Seymour to Isabella Gardner))
 
Coleman, Katharine (Kitty) sister
 
1964:
 
n.d.
 
1970:
 
May 25
 
1972:
 
Jan. 4,
 
31
 
1973:
 
n.d.
 
Autumn
 
1974:
 
July 2
 
1976:
 
March 31
 
May 23
 
ca May
 
1979:
 
Oct. 3
 
(10 letters n.d.)
 
(1 card n.d.)
 
to: Rose Grosvenor Gardner and George Peabody Gardner
 
(2 letters ca 1965 (w/correspondence from Coleman to Isabella Gardner))
 
to:, Harriet
 
1982:
 
(Easter (w/correspondence from Coleman to Isabella Gardner))
 
Congdon, Billy cousin; painter
 
1965:
 
May 15 ([card])
 
1966:
 
May 24
 
June 18
 
1967:
 
March 6
 
April 3 ([card])
 
1968:
 
Jan. 1,
 
17
 
1969:
 
March 6,
 
13
 
July 3,
 
23
 
Nov. 13
 
Dec. 1
 
1970:
 
Jan. 8,
 
11
 
1972:
 
July 29
 
1976:
 
Sept. 7,
 
24
 
Dec. 16
 
1979:
 
April 20
 
June 28
 
July 15,
 
16
 
Sept. 3
 
Oct. 8
 
1980:
 
April 13,
 
14
 
June 25
 
July 8,
 
1
 
Aug. 11,
 
15,
 
23
 
Sept. 10,
 
26
 
Oct. 1,
 
6,
 
8
 
1981:
 
May 9 ([card])
 
(6 letters n.d.)
 
(1 telegram n.d.)
 
Culter, Rose sister
 
1966:
 
Jan. 7
 
1977:
 
June 13
 
to: Rose Van Kirk
 
1974:
 
April 2 ([carbon copy] (w/correspondence from Cutler to Isabella Gardner))
 
Deidamia, Anita aunt
 
1961:
 
Aug. 4 (w/"Anatolia's Cliffs" by Isabella Gardner)
 
Fitzpatrick, Lucy M. nurse
 
to: George Gardner
 
1978:
 
May 18 ((filed w/misc. family correspondence))
 
Ganter, Charlotte
 
1956:
 
April 24
 
May 2
 
June 7 ((filed w/misc. family correspondence))
 
Ganter, Louise friend
 
1956:
 
April 2 ((filed w/misc. family correspondence))
 
Gardner, George Peabody father
 
1963:
 
Oct. 11
 
1964:
 
Sept. 2
 
1965:
 
april 9
 
Aug.
 
Nov. 8
 
Dec. 15
 
1966:
 
April 12
 
June 1
 
1968:
 
May 29
 
1969:
 
Feb. 24
 
June 25
 
Aug. 12
 
1970:
 
Aug. 12
 
18
 
1972:
 
Jan. 13,
 
20,
 
31
 
Feb. 22 (w/enc.)
 
May 4
 
Sept. 8
 
1973:
 
March 10
 
May 4,
 
28
 
Aug. 10
 
Sept. 18
 
1976:
 
Feb. 1 (w/enc.)
 
(1 letter, n.d.)
 
(9 items relevant to 50th anniversary of Isabella Gardner's parents.)
 
to: Rose Van Kirk
 
1966:
 
June 6 ((w/correspondence from Rose Van Kirk, folder 153))
 
1972:
 
May 4 ((w/correspondence from Ros Van Kirk, folder 153))
 
22 ((w/correspondence from Rose Van Kirk, folder 153))
 
Gardner, George P., Jr. brother
 
1931:
 
March 12 (3 letters)
 
ca 1931
 
1955:
 
March 11
 
1964:
 
Nov. 12
 
1974:
 
Nov. 20
 
1976:
 
Sept. 15 ([xerox] w/enc. telegram)
 
Oct. 13
 
1978:
 
March 6
 
April 13
 
Sept. 25 (4 letters n.d. poem from Katharine Gardner Coleman to George P. Gardner, Jr. 50th b-day, Sept. 2, 1967.)
 
Gardner, George Peabody III nephew
 
1966:
 
Dec. 27
 
Gardner, Isabella
 
to: Ansonini
 
ca 1974
 
to: William Congdon
 
1979:
 
Sept. 25 (1 note, n.d.)
 
to: George Peabody Gardner, Sr.
 
1924:
 
Feb. 23, (ALS)
 
April 7, (ALS)
 
Summer, (ALS)
 
(1 card,)
 
ca 1940,
 
(ALS)
 
1965:
 
Aug. 9, (ALS)
 
Nov. 17, (ALS)
 
to: George P. Gardner, Jr.
 
1924:
 
Summer
 
1975:
 
July 7 ((unmailed))
 
1980:
 
Nov. 2, (A[xerox])
 
(1 letter n.d.)
 
to: Rose Grosvenor Gardner
 
1963:
 
March 10
 
1981:
 
May 14
 
to: David Seymour
 
1963:
 
April 17
 
1965:
 
July 19,
 
23
 
Aug. 7
 
to: Allen Tate
 
(1 letter, n.d.)
 
to: Rose Van Kirk
 
1973:
 
Sept. 28 ([xerox])
 
to: Raymond Veeder
 
1978:
 
Sept. 12, (TsLS,)
 
(and A[xerox])
 
Dec. 27, (ALS)
 
1979:
 
Jan. 2, (ALS)
 
Gardner, John L. brother
 
1977:
 
Nov. 30
 
Gardner, Lee (Mrs. Robert Gardner)
 
1961:
 
May 21
 
1963:
 
Aug. 31
 
1964:
 
Aug. 30
 
1968:
 
March 3
 
1973:
 
Oct. 4 (5 letters, n.d.)
 
Gardner, Robert brother, filmmaker anthropologist
 
1933:
 
Oct. 20
 
1948:
 
n.d.
 
Aug. 10
 
1949:
 
Jan. 19
 
n.d.
 
1952:
 
Aug. 2
 
ca 1952:
 
n.d. (3 letter)
 
Oct. 17
 
Nov. 8
 
Dec. 5
 
1953:
 
April 26
 
Nov. 5
 
Dec. 14
 
26
 
1954:
 
Jan. 17
 
April 25
 
May
 
July 7
 
Sept. 22
 
Oct. 6
 
Nov. 3,
 
5,
 
15,
 
17 (w/poem by Stewart Gardner)
 
ca 1954,
 
(letter w/"The capacity of man" (poem) enc.)
 
1955:
 
Jan. 2 (w/"The primitive and his art" TMs article,)
 
18,
 
20
 
Feb. 7
 
Marc
 
April 6
 
30
 
May 24
 
June 1
 
18 (w/"The organic gardener" (TMs article) enc.,)
 
ca June 1955
 
(1 letter)
 
Aug. 30
 
Sept. 29 (2 letters)
 
ca 1955
 
1956:
 
Jan. 23,
 
ca Jan.
 
ca Jan. 26 ([card])
 
Feb. 14
 
ca Feb. 14
 
April 29
 
Oct. 10
 
Nov. 14
 
1957:
 
Feb. 4
 
March 5
 
24
 
April 8
 
May 20
 
Oct. 9
 
15 (w/enc. letters from Robert Gardner to Arthur Schlesinger and Adlai Stevenson and from A Metraux UNESCO)
 
Oct. 28
 
Nov. 5 (3 letters)
 
ca 1957
 
1958:
 
Jan. 3
 
May 1
 
Oct. 4
 
21
 
Nov. 26
 
1960:
 
Jan. 26
 
April 9
 
14
 
Oct. 11
 
1961:
 
March 28
 
Aug. 18
 
Dec. 10
 
1962:
 
May 1
 
Dec. 12
 
1963:
 
Aug. 29
 
1964:
 
Jan. 3 ([card])
 
May 16
 
July 19
 
Aug. 14
 
1966:
 
Jan. 2
 
1967:
 
Aug. 23
 
1969:
 
June 19
 
1972:
 
Feb. 18
 
1973:
 
Oct. 25
 
1974:
 
March 13
 
July 28
 
Nov. 6 (6 w/xero: clippings)
 
1975:
 
March 23 ([card])
 
1976:
 
Feb. 5
 
1977:
 
June 6 (1 card, n.d.)
 
(2 reviews of "Dead Birds" (a film by Robert Gardner), plus one clipping about the film.)
 
Gardner, Robert brother, filmmaker anthropologist
 
to: Rose and George Peabody Gardner
 
1968:
 
July 10 ([xerox] (w/correspondence of Robert Gardner to Isabella Gardner))
 
to: Daniel Seymour
 
1963:
 
Feb. 12 ((w/correspondence of Robert Gardner to Isabella Gardner))
 
Gardner, Rose Grosvenor mother
 
1964:
 
Jan. 18
 
1965:
 
Nov. 29
 
1967:
 
June 7
 
1973:
 
Jan. 14
 
Feb. 10 ((on back of "Christmas Carol Christmas Card" by Isabella Gardner, 1926))
 
March 11
 
July 25 (w/photo enc. of Isabella Gardner & Rose Grosvenor Gardner)
 
Dec. 28
 
1974:
 
July 28 (1 letter, n.d.)
 
to: Daniel Seymour
 
1953:
 
Sept. 9 ([card] (w/correspondence from Rose Gardner to Isabella Gardner))
 
to: Rose Van Kirk
 
1970:
 
Oct. 10 ((w/correspondence from Rose Gardner to Isabella Gardner).)
 
Garneau, Yvon Institute for living
 
to: George Gardner
 
1975:
 
Jan. 15 ((w/medical correspondence relating to Rosy, folder))
 
Grosvenor, Ted
 
1969:
 
Nov. 7 ((in misc. family correspodence))
 
Koeth, Hela granddaughter
 
1956:
 
June 19
 
Sept. 6 ((filed w/misc. family correspondence))
 
Lee, Agnes secretary
 
1969:
 
July 23 ((in misc. family correspondence folder))
 
MacKenzie, Joan B. South Oaks Hospital
 
1976:
 
March 22, (w/enc. (w/medical correspondence relating to Rosy, folder 154))
 
Mayes, Catharine aunt
 
1965:
 
July 4
 
1972:
 
Oct. 14
 
n.d.
 
1976:
 
June 13, (w/5 photocopied letters to Isabella's granddaughter)
 
Nov. 23
 
1977:
 
Aug. 3
 
([Christmas card])
 
1978:
 
Sept. 21
 
1979:
 
May 27
 
1980:
 
March 30 ((w/enc. letter from Rose Van Kirk to Mayes, March 19, 1980)
 
July 4 ([card],)
 
24
 
1981:
 
June 26 (15 letters n.d.)
 
"New meanings for the new age"-essay by Mayes, Tehosophical Publishing Hous 1964
 
to: Rose Van Kirk
 
1974:
 
April 2 ([xerox] (in correspondence from Mayes to Isabella Gardner))
 
Perkins, Marguerite counselor
 
1955:
 
Oct. 16 ((in w/correspondence of Rose Van Kirk))
 
Sakellariou, Anneke Van Kirk Guthrie stepdaughter
 
1954:
 
ca Feb.
 
ca March
 
Oct. 9
 
1955-56:
 
(30 letters, n.d.)
 
1964:
 
April 8
 
July 13,
 
28
 
Sept. 28
 
Oct. 19
 
March 17
 
May 17
 
ca May 20
 
1973:
 
Feb. 9
 
March 24
 
Aug. 16
 
Dec. 12
 
1974:
 
Jan. 11
 
March 24
 
April 12
 
June 12
 
Oct. 15
 
1975:
 
Aug. 13
 
1976:
 
Feb. 16
 
March 2
 
ca June 1
 
1977:
 
Jan. 18
 
Sept. 26 (12 letters, n.d.)
 
(1 card, n.d.)
 
(2 drawings, n.d.)
 
(1 passport, 1939)
 
to: Rose Van Kirk
 
1973:
 
ca May ((in correspondence from Sakellariou to Isabella Gardner))
 
to: Frederick Shaw
 
1977:
 
May 17 ((in correspondence from Sakellariou to Isabella Gardner))
 
to: Robert Gardner
 
1977:
 
Jan. 17 ((w/correspondence from Sakellariou to Isabella Gardner))
 
Sakellariou, Taki grandson
 
1980:
 
Dec. 10 ((w/correspondence from Anneke Sakellariou to Isabella Gardner))
 
Seymour, Daniel son
 
1964:
 
ca Sept. (w/carbon copy of auto accident report enc.)
 
1965:
 
n.d.
 
ca June
 
1966:
 
Sept. 7
 
1968:
 
Aug. 28 (2 letters, n.d.)
 
(1 card, n.d.)
 
(notes on Daniel Seymour for speech to International Fund for Concerned Photography April 6, 1972)
 
(4 drawings by Daniel Seymour)
 
(2 letters of recommendation for Daniel Seymour to VISTA)
 
(1 paper by Daniel Seymour on Karl Shapiro)
 
to: George P. Gardner
 
1970:
 
Aug. 10 (1 letter, n.d.)
 
Seymour, Helena
 
1975:
 
July 5
 
Seymour, Maurice husband (2nd)
 
(3 letters, n.d.)
 
to: Raymond Veeder, M.D. of the Institute of Living
 
1978:
 
Sept. 8 ((w/medical correspondence relating to Rosy, folder 154)
 
Tate, Allen poet, husband (4th) 1959-1966
 
1957:
 
March 19 ([card])
 
1960:
 
([Christmas card])
 
1962:
 
March 16,
 
17,
 
19,
 
20
 
1965:
 
Sept. 20
 
Oct. 5,
 
7,
 
11,
 
17,
 
24
 
Nov. 10
 
Tate, Allen poet, husband (4th) 1959-1966
 
1966:
 
Feb. 12 ([telegram])
 
1974:
 
Nov. 18
 
1975:
 
Jan. 16
 
1958:
 
(diagram by Tate of his living quarters, All Soul's College)
 
(4 items relating to Tate's b-day Instructions for Gardner in the event of Tate's death clipping from TLS, Dec. 13, 1974)
 
(Tate's 75th b-day celebration including "Eagles" by Richard Eberhart)
 
(3 notes by Tate, 2 in Latin)
 
Vail, Susan
 
1980:
 
Sept. 30 ((filed w/misc. family correspondence))
 
(1 letter, n.d.)
 
Van Kirk, Harold first husband
 
1964:
 
May 15
 
Aug. 12
 
ca 1964-6
 
1969:
 
May 2,
 
22
 
1970:
 
Oct. 9
 
1976:
 
Aug. 28
 
Van Kirk, Julie
 
1974:
 
Jan. 22
 
Van Kirk, Peter stepson
 
1952:
 
Jan. 12
 
1965:
 
May (3 letters, n.d.)
 
Van Kirk, Raoul grandson
 
(2 letters, n.d.)
 
(4 cards, n.d.)
 
Van Kirk, Rose daughter
 
1953:
 
July 11,
 
12,
 
19
 
1955:
 
April 2,
 
8 (w/poem enc. "Opposites")
 
May 12,
 
18
 
June 4
 
Sept. 2 ([card])
 
Oct. 10
 
Oct. 15
 
Nov. 25
 
Dec. 6
 
1956:
 
Jan. 20
 
Feb. 4
 
ca Feb. (w/poem "Dead as a doornail")
 
Feb. 22 ([story, "Cyole"])
 
April 11
 
May 8
 
Oct. 10
 
1954-56:
 
(34 letters, n.d.)
 
1964:
 
April 2
 
May 7
 
June 2,
 
24
 
Aug. 12,
 
24
 
Sept. 28
 
Oct. 20
 
Nov. 8
 
1966:
 
April 11
 
May 4,
 
24
 
July 8
 
Oct. 11,
 
22
 
Nov. 3
 
ca 1964-66:
 
(4 letters)
 
1967:
 
ca Jan.
 
May 16
 
June 8
 
July 25
 
Aug. 25
 
1968:
 
June 4,
 
22
 
Sept. 1
 
Oct. 1
 
Dec. 5
 
n.d.
 
1969:
 
Aug. 26
 
1970:
 
June 2,
 
18
 
July 11
 
Aug. 1
 
Sept. 9
 
Dec. 22
 
1971:
 
FEb. 22
 
July 19,
 
31 (w/enc. "Dolphins, Indians, Us")
 
Sept. 1 ([telegram])
 
ca. Dec.,
 
21
 
1972:
 
Jan. 3
 
April 19,
 
29
 
May 3
 
Nov. 21
 
Van Kirk, Rose daughter
 
1973:
 
June 6
 
April 26
 
Oct. 18
 
Nov. 2
 
Dec. 31 ([card])
 
1974:
 
Jan. 24
 
April 18
 
June 4
 
Sept. 29
 
1977:
 
Oct. 28
 
Nov. 17,
 
21,
 
30
 
1978:
 
May 20
 
July 29
 
Sept. 13 ([birthday card],)
 
29
 
Oct. 20
 
Nov. 2
 
Dec. ([card],)
 
22
 
1979:
 
Jan. 3
 
March 15
 
ca Mar.
 
April 7,
 
15
 
June 22
 
1980:
 
March 10
 
April 11
 
June 4
 
Dec. 8 (w/poem "Horse Shit")
 
1981:
 
April 10,
 
22 (1 card, n.d.)
 
(grades from Bateman School, Park School, Verde Valley School news clipping)
 
to: Katharine Coleman
 
1973:
 
April 14 (w/poem & photos enc. 1 Christmas card, n.d.)
 
to: George Peabody
 
1966:
 
ca May 27,
 
27
 
1972:
 
April 8 ([xerox],)
 
15 ([xerox])
 
May 16 ([xerox])
 
1973:
 
Sept. 7
 
1974:
 
April 18 ([xerox])
 
to: George Gardner
 
(1 letter, n.d. (after 1974))
 
to: Rose Grosvenor Gardner
 
1955:
 
Dec. 5
 
to: Daniel Seymour
 
1955:
 
Nov. 29 (4 letters, n.d., 1 poem[xerox] enc. "Tempest")
 
to: Allen Tate
 
1964:
 
Nov. 16, (w/poem enc., "Cachorro")
 
to: Catharine Mayes
 
1980:
 
March 19 ((w/correspondence from to Gardner))
 
Veeder, Raymond, M.D. Institute for Living
 
to: George Gardner
 
1977:
 
Aug. 19
 
1978:
 
Nov. 3 ([carbon])
 
Dec. 22 ([carbon])
 
1979:
 
May 15,
 
18
 
Oct. 5
 
1980:
 
Feb. 21
 
July 3
 
Nov. 12
 
to: Isabella Gardner
 
1978:
 
Aug. 30
 
Sept. 21
 
1979:
 
Jan. 12
 
Feb. 2
 
March 27
 
1980:
 
Aug. 20
 
to: Maurice Seymour
 
1978:
 
Sept. 20 ([carbon])
 
Wood, Allen Allen Tate's grandson
 
(1 letter, n.d.)
 
Wood, Ame Allen Tate's granddaughter
 
1979:
 
May 8
 
1980:
 
Sept. 7 (1 card, n.d.)
 
Wood, Caroline
 
1961:
 
Summer ([drawing])
 
Wood, Nancy Allen Tate's daughter
 
1965:
 
Nov. 26
 
1966:
 
Aug. 8 (1 letter, n.d.)
 
Wood, Percy Allen Tate's son-in-law
 
1965:
 
April 18
 
1975:
 
June 11
 
1976:
 
Feb. 9
 
1980:
 
March 27
 
Zampine, Claire
 
1972:
 
Nov. 4 ((filed w/misc. fami correspondence))
 
Zeman, Peter, M.D. Institute of Living
 
to: Anneke Sakellariou
 
1976:
 
July 2 ([carbon] (filed w/medical correspondence relating to Rose Van Kirk, folder 154))
 
Manuscripts retained with family correspondence.
 
Gardner, Robert
 
Prose:
 
"The Capacity of Man", (in letter [ca 1954])
 
"The Primitive and His Art", (w/letter Jan 2, 1955.)
 
Van Kirk, Rose
 
"But I've only got" 1964: Sept. 2 ([song])
 
"I am glad in my senses and emotions to be a young woman" 1957 ([prose piece])
 
"Reality" 1957 ([prose])
 
"Giant Men" 1957 ([prose])
 
"We Walked" 1957: Nov. ([poem])
 
"Mexico Confidential" 1957 ([prose])
 
"Oslo; Vigeland's Crying Baby" 1963: July 8 ([poem])
 
"We" 1964: Jan. 19 ([poem])
 
"John Locke and Jean-Jacques Rousseau" 1956: April ([report for school])
 
"Simbi en deux eaux" (w/letter to Katherine Coleman 1973: April 14)
box-folder   14/158-165  
I.3. Business correspondence. (300 items.)
box-folder   14/158.  
Acceptance letters for Gardner poems
box-folder   14/159.  
Request for submissions of Gardner poems.
box-folder   14/160.  
Correspondence from MacDowell Colony, Yaddo, and Ossabow Island.
box-folder   14/161.  
Correspondence relating to readings.
box-folder   14/162.  
Correspondence relating to teaching positions.
box-folder   14/163.  
Requests for recommendations.
box-folder   14/164-165.  
Miscellaneous business correspondence.
box-folder   15-18/--  
Series II. Isabella Gardner Manuscripts.
box-folder   15-16/166-270.  
II.1. Poems. Included are drafts of Isabella Gardner's titled and untitled poems, arranged alphabetically by title or by first line if untitled. Drafts are in various forms - Ts., Ts.[carbon], Ts.[photo], Auto. - and show numerous revisions. (277 items.)
 
Abraham and Isaac. (4 items.)
 
And thou no breath at all? (5 items.)
 
The accomplices. (15 items.)
 
Are poets ball players? (16 items.)
 
At a summer hotel. (5 items.)
 
At peep of dawn. (1 item.)
 
At the zoo. (5 items.)
 
Autumn: early morning. (4 items.)
 
Bedtime story. (4 items.)
 
Bronchitis at the Chelsea. (17 items.)
 
Cadenza. (5 items.)
 
Canzonetta. (4 items.)
 
Card Island or Cod Island. (11 items.)
 
Children are game. (5 items.)
 
Christmas Carol. (2 items.)
 
Cock a' hoop. (6 items.)
 
Cockchafer. (12 items.)
 
Collage of echoes. (3 items.)
 
The compleat angler. (5 items.)
 
Cowardice. (4 items.)
 
Dash hight, dash high, oh? (1 item.)
 
Daughter. (3 items.)
 
Eros at MacDowell. (10 items.)
 
Evening comes with quiet grace. (1 item.)
 
Summer evening. (4 items.)
 
Summer remembered. (5 items.)
 
Summers ago. (5 items.)
 
Summers ago. (5 items.)
 
For my parents' golden wedding anniversary. (1 item.)
 
The telephone. (9 items.)
 
That common noth. (10 items.)
 
That craning of the neck. (6 items.)
 
That princeling. (1 item.)
 
That was then. (11 items.)
 
This neighborhood. (1 item.)
 
This room is full of clocks. (2 items.)
 
Three rings or five rings? (4 items.)
 
Timeo. (5 items.)
 
To Thoreau on rereading Walden. (3 items.)
 
Triolet. (4 items.)
 
Two sapphires. (2 items.)
 
West of childhood. (5 items.)
 
When a warlock dies. (2 items.)
 
When in Rome... (4 items.)
 
Who spilled the salt? (7 items.)
 
The widow's yard. (5 items.)
 
A word from the Piazza del Limbo. (1 item.)
 
Writing poetry. (5 items.)
 
Your fearful symmetries. (10 items.)
 
Zei gesund. (6 items.)
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II.2. Unfinished poems and notes toward poems. (27 items.)
 
II. 3. Prose. Included are drafts of Isabella Gardner's critical work, including essays, letters and a speech. Drafts are arranged alphabetically by title and are in various forms - Ts., Ts.[carbon], Ts.[photo], Auto.[photo] and Auto. (84 items.)
box-folder   17/272.  
A few words about Roland Flint. Auto., Ts., Ts.[carbon]. (4 drafts. 21 pp)
box-folder   17/273.  
The four of us and the monkey. Auto., Ts., Ts.[carbon], Ts.[photo]. (27 drafts. 64 p)
box-folder   17/274.  
Letter to Edward Dahlberg. Auto., Auto.[photo], Ts.[photo]. (4 drafts. 5 p)
box-folder   17/275.  
Letter to Paul Robeson. Auto., Ts., Ts.[carbon], Ts.[photo]. (22 drafts. 76p)
box-folder   17/276.  
Note to John Logan. Auto. with photocopy of published letter in Voyages. (2 pp.)
box-folder   17/277.  
[Speech] read at Marquette in 1958. Ts.[photo]. (3 drafts. 17 pp.)
box-folder   18/279-281.  
II.4. Partial manuscript for projected anthology of poems, notes from Spanish and French classes, and miscellaneous personal notes. (22 items.)
Note: Folder 279-281 notebooks.
box-folder   18/282.  
II. 6. Miscellaneous manuscript material. Included are miscellaneous letters by Gardner, recommendations, and fragments. (30 items.)
box-folder   19/--  
Series III. Material Relating To That Was Then. (Brockport, N.Y.: BOA Editions, 1980).
box-folder   19/283  
Typescript (Ts. 118 pp.)
box-folder   19/284  
Correspondence with Al Poulin, Jr. of BOA Editions. (29 items.)
box-folder   19/285  
Miscellaneous correspondence relating to That Was Then, including various letters of rejection from publishers to whom Gardner had sent the manuscript. (11 items.)
box-folder   19/286  
. Miscellany. Included are list of publishers, guest lists for book party, pre-publication announcement broadside, notes relating to decisions of poems to include, notes to and from Roland Flint, proofs of cover, etc. (33 items.)
box-folder   20-23/--  
Series IV. Manuscripts By Others.
box-folder   20-23/287-354.  
IV.1. Literary manuscripts. Included are drafts of poems and prose by others. Manuscripts are arranged alphabetically by author. (503 items.)
 
Anderson, Mary Ainslie
 
"Queen Nefertiti's Daughter", (poem, TMs[carbon], 2 pp.)
 
Akelrod, Steven G.
 
"Robert Lowell and the Fugitives, Principally Tate", (essay, Ts.[xerox], 6 pp. incl. footnotes. [43 poems], TMs., ca 50 pp.)
 
Balzer, Michael
 
Barlow, Adrian
 
Poems:
 
"Seabird", (AMs, initialed, 1 p., 1968: Apr)
 
"Poem", (AMS, initialed, 1 p., 1968L Sept.)
 
"A stranger to me", (AMs, 2 p., 1970: July 26)
 
"Stree corner stranger", (AMS, 2 pp., 1969: Summer)
 
"The rivers all run into the sea: but the sea is not full", (AMs, 2 pp., 1970: Dec. 31)
 
"Mists of early year and mists of the morning", (AMs, 1 p., 1970: March 31)
 
"An Old happiness", (AMs, 1 p.)
 
Bergé, Carol
 
"Bettina's World", (TMsS, 1 p., 1969: August.)
 
Berkovitz, Judy
 
Poems:
 
"Snow", (AMsS, 1 p., 1968)
 
"The Leprauchaun (AMsS, 1 p., 1966)
 
Berryman, John
 
Poem:
 
"The pou and the alphabet-which he do not like", (TMsS[carbon], 1 p., 1966: Christmas)
 
Bickel, Dan
 
Poems:
 
"Plink-A-Plunk of-Memory", (TMs, 2 pp.)
 
"To whomever,where you may lead me...", (TMs, 2 pp.,)
 
"a little cuckoo met a nightengale one night", (TMs, 1 p.)
 
Bolotin, Jay
 
"The Text to the Rockhannon Lamentations", (AMsS, 34 pp.)
 
Brown, Diane
 
Poems:
 
"On the ground", (TMs, 1 p.)
 
"When", (TMs, 1 p.)
 
"inapplicable", (TMs, 1 p.)
 
"Libraries ought to have", (TMs, 1 p.)
 
"this morning...I" (TMs, 1 p.)
 
"Song", (TMs, 1 p.)
 
"Many are drawn", (_TMs, 1 p.)
 
"Eighteen flies", (TMs, 1 p.)
 
"What matters", (TMs, 1 p.)
 
"I go to the park", (TMs, 1 p.)
 
"You are falling about me", (TMs, 1 p.)
 
"Butterfly (TMs, 1 p.. Biographical information included w/photo.)
 
Brundage, Harriet
 
Poem:
 
"For Belle", (TMs, 1 p.)
 
Carroll, Paul
 
"After intercourse every animal is depressed: An introduction to Edward Dahlberg", (essay, TMs[xerox] 16 pp.)
 
Poems:
 
"Oriental pastoral: Old scholars, a bird, a plumtree", (TMsS, 1 p.)
 
"Invitation to the voyage", (TMsS, 2 pp., 1955: Summer)
 
Untitled fragment, (TMs, AMs, 4 pp.)
 
Chapin, Katherine Garrison
 
Poems:
 
"Defeat", (TMsS, 1 p/. 1971)
 
"Death tree". (TMs, inscribed, 1 p., 1969: Oct. 25)
 
"Party in summer", (TMs, 2 pp.)
 
"Beggar's Pack", (TMs, 1 p.)
 
Chochran, Vera
 
Poems "Brother Christmas", (TMs[carbon], 2 pp.)
 
"Oaphie", (TMs[carbon], 3 pp.)
 
Denney, Ruth & Reuel
 
Translation of Alexander Blok's "Ravenna", (w/critical essay by Denneys, T[xerox], 16 pp.)
 
Driskell, Leon
 
Poem:
 
"Not on your life", (TMs, 1 p.)
 
Dugan, Robert
 
Poems:
 
"A woman sits in a field", (TMs, 2 pp)
 
"I am pleased by the light in the room", (TMs, 1 p.)
 
"dark", (TMs, 1 p.)
 
"Footnote to Li Po", (TMs[carbon] 1 p.)
 
"deChirico Builds a city", (TMs[carbon], 1 p.)
 
"Peter", (TMs, 1 p.)
 
"From an institution window", (TMs, 1 p.)
 
"Parable of the blind", (TMs, 1 p.)
 
"Funeral march", (TMs, 1 p. Biographical letter to Gardner included, n.d.)
 
English, Maurice
 
Poems:
 
"The pine tree", (TMs[xerox], inscribed, 2 pp.)
 
"On buckhead creek", (TMs[xerox], inscribed, 1 p., 1975: Nov. 19)
 
"Finale", (TMsS[xerox], 1 p.)
 
"A bone hieroglyph", (TMsS[xerox], 4 pp., 1979: Sept. 21)
 
"At the grave of Maurice English in Anglesboro, Ireland", (TMsS[xerox], 5 pp.)
 
Flint, Roland
 
"Invocation", (TMs[xerox], 1 p.)
 
"His good time", (TMs[xerox], 1 p.)
 
"Bad day", (TMs[xerox], 1 p.)
 
"Battered", (TMs[xerox], 1 p.)
 
"Earthworm", (TMs[xerox], 1 p.)
 
"Daughter", (TMs[xerox], 1 p.)
 
"Spring", (TMs[xerox], 1 p.)
 
"Wife and brother", (TMs[xerox], 1 p.)
 
"In another world", (TMs[xerox], 1 p.)
 
"Early cutting", (TMs[xerox], 1 p.)
 
"Unexpected twins", (TMs[xerox], 1 p.)
 
"Poem again", (TMs[xerox], 1 p.)
 
"Daughter", (TMs[xerox], 1 p.)
 
"He answers the charge of bluntness", (TMs[xerox], 1 p.)
 
"Late at night", (TMs[xerox], 1 p.)
 
"Sunsets 1967", (TMs[carbon], 1 p.)
 
"Daughter sleeping", (TMs, 1 p.)
 
"Echo*, (TMs, 1 p.)
 
"Small voice", (TMs, 1 p.)
 
Frados, Julie
 
Poems:
 
"Because, Dear George", (TMs, 5 pp.)
 
"Poem for two voices", (TMs, 1 p.)
 
"Days and nights together", (TMs[carbon], 2 pp.)
 
"Small girl on the beach", (TMs[carbon], 1 p.)
 
Frados, Julie
 
"Meapysics", (MSs, 1 p.)
 
"Orange", (TMs, 2 pp. 2 copies)
 
"Woman at the airpaort", (TMs[carbon], 2 pp.)
 
"In Shantytown", (TMs, 3 pp)
 
"Sister Anne", (TMs, 1 p.)
 
"Dionis", (TMs, 1 p.)
 
"Forty years", (TMs[carbon], 2 pp.)
 
"The plant", (TMs, 3 pp. Includes letter to Gardner, 1970: Sept. 21)
 
Golde, Vera
 
Poems:
 
"Nightmare", (TMs, 3 pp)
 
"John", (TMs, 1 p. 3 copies)
 
"The Kentucky soldier", (TMs, 2 pp., 2 copies)
 
"The return", (TMs, 1 p.)
 
"Lee Strasberg's Class", (TMs, 2 pp.)
 
"The hill farmer and his wife (TMs[carbon], 1 p., 1969: Nov. 3)
 
Greenwald, Bennett
 
Prayer (for Bar-Mitzvah), (TMs, 1 p., 1955: June 1)
 
Hadfield, Marilyn
 
Poems:
 
"Little girl with a toy", (TMs[carbon], 1 p., 1970: Oct. 21, 2 copies)
 
"Musicians are aware of sounds", (TMs, 1 p., 1970: Feb.)
 
"High highs and low lows", (TMs, 1 p., 1970: Feb.:)
 
"I feel encumbered by words", (TMs, 1 p., 1970: June)
 
"They tell me I'm a dope fiend", (TMs, 1 p., 1970: January)
 
"We argued over twenty-dollars", (TMs, 1 p., 1970: January)
 
"No thinking allowed", (TMs, 1 p., 1970: Nov. 3)
 
"Which is it going to be", (TMs, 1 p., 1970: Nov. 1)
 
"The stroke", (TMs, 1 p., 1970: Nov. 8)
 
"Me", (TMs[carbon], 1 p., 1970: Dec. 5)
 
"A trip", (TMs, 1 p., 1970: January 11.)
 
(Includes letter to Gardner, 1970: Sept. 24.)
 
Herschberger, Ruth
 
Poems:
 
"In memoriam", (TMs[carbon]S, 1 p.)
 
"Epithaph", (TMs[carbon], 1 p.)
 
Howe, Fanny
 
([prose, in memoriam, Edward Dahlberg] Ts[photo], 1 p.)
 
Huggler, Mardean Butler
 
Poem:
 
"Skinny dipping-Midnight", (TMsS, 1 p.)
 
Jacobs, Mary
 
Poems:
 
"The bird signs: An interview", (TMs[xerox] 2 pp.)
 
"Bright cold angel of winter", (TMs[xerox], 1 p.)
 
"Flute song", (TMs, 4 pp., w/xerox copy)
 
"Amatuer at reception", (TMs, 1 p., 1969: Nov. 30)
 
"Four stanzas", (TMs, 1 p., 1969: Dec. 15)
 
"Mid-East and West: Thieves' luck at cards or lovers' hearts and swords", (TMs, 1 p.)
 
"Death by various elements", (TMs, 1 p)
 
([white poem], parts I,II,III,Tms, 8 pp.)
 
"Blue sheen", (TMs, 1 p.)
 
"If I question who lives with me", (TMs, 1 p., 1969: Oct. 22)
 
"Orphera", (TMs, 1 p.)
 
"The groupie is interviewed", (TMs, 2 pp., 1969: Nov. 3)
 
Jong, Erica
 
Poem:
 
"Chinese food", (TMs[carbon], 3 pp., w/lette to Gardner.)
 
Kamecki, Edith
 
Poem:
 
"Fellow fellows", (TMs[carbon], 1 p.)
 
Kohl, Greg
 
Poems:
 
"Western starfish", (TMs[xerox], 2 pp.)
 
"Disappearing act", (TMs, 3 pp.)
 
"Daybed", (TMs[xerox], 1 p.)
 
"Stone eyelids", (TMs[xerox], 2 pp.)
 
"Convalescence", (TMs[xerox], 1 p.)
 
"Prosepoem: notes form a buried landscape", (TMs, 1 p., 1970: Nov. 1.)
 
"Nine line", (TMs, 1 p.)
 
"Holiday", (TMs, 1 p.)
 
"Apollo II", (TMs, 1 p.)
 
"From the mystery of Count Vendetta", (TMs, 1 p.)
 
Krohn, Herbert
 
Poems:
 
"Vom Ertrunkenen Madchen", (TMs, 1 p.)
 
"En Aguacero", (TMs[xerox], 1 p.)
 
"Riddles", (TMs[xerox]S, 1 p.)
 
"Harp on my mind" ([collection] TMs[xerox], prose (all TMs[xerox]))
 
Fall in Massachusetts. (4 items.)
 
Feeling of time. (4 items.)
 
Feminine ending, or abandoned, she died. (3 items.)
 
Fixing the clock. (3 items.)
 
Fly in amber. (13 items.)
 
Folkways. (3 items.)
 
Fright among the ruins. (2 items.)
 
Gimboling. (5 items.)
 
Homo gratia artis. (5 items.)
 
I am alone upon a bleak high hill. (1 item.)
 
In memory of Lemuel Ayers, scene designer. (5 item.s)
 
In the museum. (7 items.)
 
Incarnate the cockatrice. (2 items.)
 
It rained last night. (10 items.)
 
Jean sans terre: The chest of drawers. (8 items.)
 
Jean sans terre wraps himself in a red coat. (8 items.)
 
Knowing. (7 items.)
 
The last trump. (5 items.)
 
Letter from Slough Pond. (4 items.)
 
Lines to a seagreen lover. (6 items.)
 
Little Rock Arkansas 1957. (5 items.)
 
A land song, mother. (5 items.)
 
Man of faith. (4 items.)
 
Masked shrew. (5 items.)
 
Mathematics of encounter. (5 items.)
 
Mea culpa. (5 items.)
 
The milkman. (6 items.)
 
The minotaur. (7 items.)
 
The moth happened. (12 items.)
 
The music room. (3 items.)
 
My children forgive me? (3 items.)
 
My moustache...that do droop. (3 items.)
 
Night mare. (4 items.)
 
"...nor good red herring..." (4 items.)
 
Not all all what one is used to. (7 items.)
 
Nursery rhyme no. 1. (7 items.)
 
Nursery rhyme no. 2. (3 items.)
 
Of conscience. (4 items.)
 
Of flesh and bone. (5 items.)
 
Of mercy. (3 items.)
 
On looking in the looking glass. (5 items.)
 
On the plane winging west. (4 items.)
 
One Sunday in 1966. (21 items.)
 
The only relic. (5 items.)
 
The panic vine. (4 items.)
 
Part of the darkness. (5 items.)
 
Prospero's isle. (4 items.)
 
Reed Whittemore. (5 items.)
 
Reveille for a rockinghorse poet. (6 items.)
 
Saloon suite. (8 items.)
 
Salt. (12 items.)
 
The search light. (2 items.)
 
Sestine. (5 items.)
 
The sloth. (5 items.)
 
Southwest of true north. (5 items.)
 
Spendthrift. (3 items.)
 
Spousall verse. (7 items.)
 
Krohn, Herbert
 
"Bluebeard in love"
 
"The sun rises in her eyes"
 
"Bluebeard's obsessive fantasy"
 
"Their sex life
 
"Bluebeard goes to see the gypsy"
 
"The dream wa
 
"The street of delicious pairs"
 
Kronsky, Betty
 
([15 poems], TMs, ca 20 pp)
 
Larkin, Joan
 
Poems:
 
"A household tale - poems 1, 2, & 7", (TMs 3 pp.)
 
"Apostrophe for Roger Ricco", (TMs, 1 p.)
 
"From a painting by Edward Hopper", (TMs, 1 p.)
 
"Improving the mental kitchen", (TMs, 1 p.)
 
"Last note to grandin", (TMs, 1 p.)
 
"Rhyme with no room (TMs, 1 p.)
 
"Items from a hypocrites' wardrobe", (TMs, 1 p., 1970: Nov: 12)
 
"Poem in a noisy barnyard", (TMs, 1 p.)
 
"Little Red Riding Hood remarries", (TMs[carbon], 1 p.)
 
"Blue is the color of freedom", (TMs[carbon], 1 p.)
 
"The Princess' lament", (TMs, 1 p.)
 
Logan, John
 
Poems:
 
"A dreamer can change the dream", (TMs[xerox]S, inscribed 1970: May 1, 1 p.)
 
"Coming of age", (TMs[xerox]S, inscribed, 1 p., 1980: Sept.)
 
"February awakening", (TMs[carbon] inscribed, 1 p 1981: Feb. 22)
 
"Believe it", (TMs[carbon], inscribed.S,1 p., 1980: Aug. 23)
 
"A day in the sun", (TMs[carbon]S, inscribed, 1 p., 1980: March 14)
 
"Gallery tour", (TMsS, inscribed[xerox], 4 pp. 1981: Jan. 21)
 
"Lines for Dylan Thomas", (TMs[xerox]S, inscribed, 3 pp., 1977: July 14)
 
"Letter to Michael in exile", (TMs, 5 pp.)
 
"Dublin suite: Homage to James Joyce" (TMs[mimeograph]S, inscribe 8 pp.)
 
MacShane, Frank
 
[(prose, in memoriam, Edward Dahlberg)] (Ts[photo] 2 pp.)
 
Matthews, Marthiel
 
novel
 
The Family Tree, (TMs[carbon], 167 pp.)
 
Mazur, Gail
 
Poems
 
"Your dreams", (TMsS, 1 p.)
 
"The lights are out now", (TMs[xerox], 1 p., 1970: Nov. 23)
 
"Skin", (TMs, 1 p.)
 
"To the Empire State Building" (TMs[xerox], 2 pp.)
 
"October", (TMsS, 1 p.)
 
"The mystery of odd numbers", (TMsS, 1 p.)
 
"Imbalance", (TMs, 1 p.)
 
"Cave", (TMsS, 1 p.)
 
"A higher authority (TMs[xerox], 1 p.)
 
"In the sun by the pool", (TMs[xerox], 1 p.)
 
"Yellow leaves", (TMs[xerox], 1970: Nov. 12, 1 p.)
 
"Old letter", (TMs[xerox], 1 p.)
 
"Attempting Martha's vinegard", (TMs, 2 pp.)
 
"N.Y. 3", (TMs, 1 p., 1970: Nov. 17)
 
"Moving", (TMs[xerox], 1 p., 1970: Nov. 13)
 
"To my brother in Naples", (TMs[xerox], 1970: Oct., 1 p., 2 copie)
 
Prose:
 
"After leaving Washington...", (TMs[xerox] 2 pp.)
 
McIntyre, Alice
 
([20 poems], TMs, ca 20 pp.)
 
Mencken, Rue
 
Poem:
 
"And a great tumult of wind", (TMsS, 1 p.)
 
Murphy, Peter
 
Poems:
 
"Elegy on a non-death", (TMs[carbon]S, 1 p. 1970: August)
 
"Notion", (TMs[xerox], 1 p., 1970: Oct.)
 
"Self-portrait", (TMs[xerox], 1 p., 1970: No)
 
"Three borthers die in a Bronx blaze", (TMs[carbon]S, 1 p., 1970: April 14)
 
"Homer", (TMs[carbon]S, 1 p., 1970: April 7)
 
"Photograph", (TMs[carbon]S, 1 1970: March 10)
 
"Florida" (for Ratso), (TMs[carbon] 1 p., 1970: Feb.:)
 
"Poem on the spot", (TMs[carbon] 1 p.)
 
"A queer poem", (TMsS, 1 p. Includes letter to Gardner)
 
O'Gorman, Ned
 
Selected Poems, 2 copies of manuscript, (TMs, TMs[xerox], 162 pp.)
 
O'Rourke, William
 
[(prose, in memoriam, Edward Dahlberg)] (Ts[photo 2 pp.)
 
Ostriker, Alicia
 
Poem:
 
"My lecture to the writing students", (TMs[xerox], 1 p.)
 
Papish, Dan
 
([25 poems], ca 70 pp.)
 
Perry, Jo Ann
 
Poems:
 
"Rain and the four seasons", (TMs, 1 p., 1970: Nov.)
 
"In the non-existent mirror", (TMs, 1 p.)
 
"Grey", (TMs, 1 p., 2 copies)
 
"My historic friend", (TMs, 1 p/, 1971: Jan.)
 
"East 80's", (TMs 1 p.)
 
"Ticking", (TMs, 1 p.)
 
"Encounter", (TMs, 1 p.)
 
"An endless debate", (TMs, 2 pp.)
 
"Lacking motive or direction", (TMs, 1 p.)
 
"An endless debate", (TMs[xerox], 1 p., 1970: Nov.)
 
"Cities", (TMs, 1 p)
 
Ray, David
 
Prose:
 
"An intro. to `A third summary' ", a play by Harry Roskolenko, (TMsS[xerox], 1 p., 1978: Nov.)
 
Ray, Shreela
 
Poems:
 
"Poem for my father", (TMs[carbon]S, 5 pp, 1971: Mar. 27)
 
"The actress on her role - for Isabella", (TMsS, 1 p.)
 
Rees, Gomer
 
([28 poems], ca 40 pp)
 
Risker, Walt
 
Poem:
 
"Dispaired", (TMs, 2 pp)
 
Rogin, Deborah
 
Play:
 
"The Anti-Oresteia", (TMs[xerox], 56 pp)
 
Roskolenko, Harry
 
Poems:
 
"Manhattan", (TMs[xerox], 1 p., 1975: Dec.)
 
"Baguio poems and others", (TMs[xerox], 1 p., 1976 June 1)
 
"Only god can make me...", (TMs[xerox], 1 p., 1976: June 2)
 
"Prosaic related statements" (TMs[xerox], 1 p., 1976: June 4)
 
"Natural ironies' (TMs[xerox], 1 p., 1976: June 5)
 
"Change", (TMs[xerox], 1 p., 1976: June 7)
 
"Faith?", (TMs[xerox] 1 p., 1976: June 8)
 
"Symbols", (TMs[xerox], 1 p., 1976: June 9)
 
"COME UNTO US WHO ARE...laden", (TMs[xerox], 1 p., 1976: June 10)
 
"Tankers", (TMs[xerox], 1 p., 1977: April 12)
 
"You were meant to be alone", (TMs[xerox], 1 p.)
 
"Sunrise needles into the green water, dawn", (TMs[xerox], 1 p.)
 
"Annunciation Gihazal form fine paintings", (TMs[xerox], 1 p.)
 
"Out my window", (TMs[xerox], 1 p., 1977: April 11)
 
"Statuary", (TMs[xerox], 1 p.)
 
"To Christine Clark", (TMs[xerox], 1 p., 1977: March 30)
 
"Famous brother", (TMs[xerox], 1 p., 1977)
 
March 2
 
"A lamp for my sister", (TMs[xerox], 1 p. 1977: Ma 10)
 
"Senior Citizens", (TMs[xerox], 1 p., 1977: March 24)
 
"Idealism", (TMs[xerox], 1 p., 1977: Mar 23)
 
"...and we have made G O D...", (TMs[xerox], 1 p., 1976: March 30)
 
"Art ", (TMs[xerox], 1 p.)
 
"I shall not go back to Australia again", (TMs[xerox], 1 p., 1977: March 10)
 
"Nilotic Journey: 1956-1960", (TMs[xerox], 18 pp., 1979: April)
 
"Classical journey: 1956-1957", (TMs[xerox], 34 p.)
 
Poem:
 
"Poetry reading", (TMs[carbon]S, 1 p.)
 
Schiffman, Michael
 
"Master of euphemenisms, come quickly" (TMsS [xerox], 1 p.)
 
"Colors: a conventional poem" (TMs [xerox], 1 p., 1970: Oct. 26, 2 copies)
 
"Two sonnets on Beethoven's Late Quartet" (TMs [xerox], 1 p., 1970: Oct. 17)
 
"Object-world" (TMs[xerox], 1 p., 1970: Oct. 24)
 
"The old lady in the library" (TMs[xerox], 1 p., 1970: Oct. 24)
 
"Still life" (TMs[xerox], 1 p)
 
"Learing is painful" (TMs[xerox], 1 p.)
 
"Commerce" (TMs, 1 p.)
 
"Playing tricks, I am told, is a species of fun" (TMs, 1 p.)
 
"To my creative writing students at Sandhurst, a Summer school" (TMs, 1 p)
 
"An inner drama" (TMs, 1 p.)
 
"A chaotic disposition" (TMs, 1 p.)
 
"In purgatory at Isabella Gardner's or, Lost in a flock of poets: A poem of vitriol and frustration" (TMs[xerox], 2 pp, 1970: Oct. 24)
 
"Disunited" (TMs, 1 p.)
 
"Recapitulation" (TMs, 1 p.)
 
"Faultless motion" (TMs[xerox], 1 p., 1970: Nov. 3. Includes letter of application to Gardner workshop.)
 
Segal, Lore
 
Prose:
 
"Euphoria in the rootcellar" (TMs[carbon] 21 pp.)
 
Serraillier, Ian
 
Poem:
 
"The Fox rhyme" (TMs[carbon], 1 p.)
 
Simpson, Peter
 
Poems:
 
"The apple that I contemplate" (TMs[xerox] 3 pp, 1968: Jan. 19)
 
"Will you go to a show with me?" (TMs[xerox], 2 pp.)
 
"The city Art Museum Revisted" (TMs, 4 pp.)
 
"Children of Vietnam" (TMs[mimeo], 1 p., 1967: Jan. 10)
 
"The wounded deer leaps highest" (TMs[mimeo], 1 p., 1967: April 24)
 
"For the girl I'll love forever" (TMs[mimeo], 1 p., 1967: April 7)
 
"For a girl who doesn't know what she wants to do" (TMs[mimeo], 1 p., 1967: April 17)
 
"Song for Carrie and Kate" (TMs[mimeo], 1 p.)
 
"A parting" (TMs[mimeo], 1 p., 19-6: Dec. 27)
 
"Praise for a sunken urn, in memoriam: Hart Crane" (TMs[xerox], 2 pp)
 
"8 March 1966" (TMs, 1 p., 1967: April 18)
 
"Mea culpa is the coy of all bones" (TMs[mimeo], 1 p., 1964: Dec. 2)
 
"A letter" (TMs[xerox], 1 p.)
 
"What I prayed remembering Mary Bly" (TMs[xerox], 1 p., 1963: Dec. 9.)
 
"An infirmed canto for my father's grave" (TMs[xerox], 3 pp.)
 
"After that long holy season" (TMs[xerox], 1965: Jan. 3)
 
"Saturday's a holiday at our house" (TMs[xerox], 1 p., 1965: Jan. 16)
 
"For my sleeping six-point girl" (TMs[xerox],S, 1 p.)
 
"Valentine, 1979" (TMs[xeros]S, 1 p.)
 
"The unrestrained stranger" (TMs[xerox]S, 3 pp.)
 
"In the sadness of your eyes" (TMs[xerox]S, 1 p.)
 
"Some few hours" (TMs[xerox], 1 p.)
 
"Recycling hearts" (TMs[xerox]S, 1 p.)
 
News from a Spread of Irish Flowers (TMsS, 15 pp.)
 
Prose:
 
"Christmas poetry" (TMs[xerox]S, 5 pp.)
 
"Robert Lowell 1917-1977" (TMs[xerox]S, 3 pp., 1977: Sept. 13)
 
"Allen Tate 1899-1979" (TMsS, 2 pp., 1979: Feb. 13)
 
Review of Robert Kennedy and his times (TMs[xerox]S, 5 pp.)
 
Simpson, Peter
 
Review of Obscenities by Michael Casey and The Poems of Mao Tse Tung (TMs[xerox]S, 5 pp.)
 
Review of The Anonymous Lover by John Logan (TMs[xerox]S, 2 pp.)
 
Review of Dylan Thomas--A Biography (TMs[xeros], 4 pp)
 
Short stories:
 
"A blanket for Emily" (TMs[xerox] 11 pp., 2 copies)
 
"Winter circus" (TMs[xerox], 8 pp.)
 
Singerman, Davida
 
([23 poems], 32 pp.)
 
Sklar, Morty
 
Poems:
 
"Love Song" (TMs[xerox], 1 p., 1970: Nov. 2 copies)
 
"Love Song" (TMs[carbon], 1 p., 1970: Nov. 3)
 
"What is there to say" (TMs[carbon], 1 p 1967)
 
"Beauty" (TMs[carbon], 1 p., 1967)
 
"Earth" (TMs[carbon] 1 p., 1963)
 
"Dream come true" (TMs[carbon], 1 p., 1969: Feb.)
 
"Forecast: Unseasonable temperatures" (TMs, 1 p., 1970: Jan., plus 1 carbon copy)
 
"Baptism" (TMs[carbon], 1 p., 1966 2 working versions)
 
"Yellow" (TMs[carbon], 1 p., 1970: Oct.)
 
"Second coming" (TMs[carbon]S, 1 p., 1970: Nov. 1)
 
"We are bound in love to be free" (TMs[carbon], 2 pp., 1970: Dec.)
 
"Sunday 7:00 a.m. morning" (TMs, 1 p., 1970: Aug.)
 
"Room 306" (TMs, 1 p., 1965: March)
 
"A shame" (TMs, 1 p., 1969: Dec., plus 1 carbon copy)
 
"Therefore" (TMs, 1 p., 1970: Sept.)
 
"Hanging" (TMs, 1 p., 1966)
 
"The Garden" (TMs, 1 p., 1966)
 
"Bed" (TMs[xerox], 1 p. 1970: Nov. 2.)
 
"When this dream life becomes a dream come true" (TMs[carbons], 1 p., 1967: March)
 
"A belated birthday greeting (for my mother)" (TMs[carbon], 1 p., 1967: May)
 
"Father and son" (TMs[carbon], 1 p., 1964: March)
 
"Jarashow" (TMs[carbon], 3 pp., 1970: Nov. 4, 2 copies)
 
"First march poem 1974" (TMsS, 1 p.)
 
"This bird" (TMsS, 1 p., 1974: Spring)
 
"The night we stood up for our rights and other poems 1969-1975 (TMs[mimeo], 48 pp.)
 
"The night we stood up for our rights and other poems 1966-1974 (TMs[xerox], 52 pp.)
 
Smith, William Jay
 
Poems:
 
"Shaggy dog limerick" (TMs, 1 p., plus 1 carbon copy)
 
"The beats" (TMs, 1 p., plus 1 carbon copy)
 
"Il y avait un jeune homme de Dijon" (TMs, 1 p., plus 1 carbon copy)
 
Tate, Allen
 
"There was an old suburb called Kenwood" (AMs, 1)
 
Tschacbasov, Nahum
 
Poems:
 
"Insomnia" (Tms[xerox], 1 p.,)
 
"Midnight's disposal station" (TMs[xerox], 1 p.)
 
"Coffee Break" (TMs[xerox], 2 pp, 1977: Dec.)
 
Turner, Melvin
 
([15 poems], 16 pp.)
 
Waitzkin, Fred
 
Story:
 
"A refrain" (TMs[xerox], 10 pp)
 
Williams, Jonathan
 
Prose:
 
"The dead are made to eat asphodels" (Ts[photo], 2 pp)
 
Williams, Strephan
 
Prose:
 
"The death of Oscar Williams" (TMs[carbon] 31 pp. 2/ANS)
 
Winslow, Joyce Madelon
 
Poem:
 
"Night" (TMs[xerox], 1 p., 1976: Jan. 6)
 
Story:
 
"Exodus on the lower east side" (TMs[xerox] 12 pp.)
 
Wood, Anne
 
Poems:
 
"Unscientific" (TMs[xerox]S, 1 p.)
 
"Extremes" (TMs[xerox]S, 1 p.)
 
"Near the Equator: Oca del Cielo in March" (TMs[xerox]S, 1 p.)
 
"The only way" (TMs[xerox]S, 1 p.)
 
"After the first love" (TMs[xerox]S, 1 p.)
 
"For Douglas, after the death of his father" (TMs[xerox]S, 1 p.)
 
"Lines to Nabokov, in the seventies" (TMs[xerox]S, 1 p.)
 
"The element" (TMs[xerox]S, 1 p.)
 
"On correspondence with a lover deserted" (TMs[xerox]S, 1 p.)
 
Wright, Annie
 
Prose:
 
"Mosaic of a journey" (TMs[xerox]S, 10 pp.)
box-folder   20-23/335.  
IV.2. Non-literary manuscripts. Works are arranged alphabetically by author. (10 items.)
 
Clifford, James and Virginia
 
"Interview with Marguerite Harris" (TMs[xerox], 16 pp., 1975: March 23.)
 
Donohue, Maurice F.X.
 
"Lynching and the right of revolution" (TMs[carbon], 42 pp.)
 
"Thucydides view of Athens" (TMs[carbon], 28 pp.)
 
"Search for a synthesis" (TMs[mimeo], 26 pp., 1949: Dec. 5)
 
James, Fredericka
 
"Fredericka Jame on Herbs and Gardens" (TMs[xerox], 14 pp., w/clipping)
 
Karpman, Ben
 
"The myth of the psycopathic personality" (TMs[mimeo], 11 pp.)
 
Mayes, Catharine
 
"The latent glory" (TMs[carbon], 6 pp.)
 
Mazzariol, Giuseppe
 
"Introduction for catalogue: exhibition of W. Congdor at Palazzo Dei Diamanti, Ferrara, Italy, form May 10th 1981 to 25th June 1981" (TMx[xerox], 7 pp., plue 2 xerox copies of article in Congdon's auto.)
 
Shackelford, Rudy
 
Musical composition:
 
"Prayers" (TMs[xerox] 5 pp.)
box-folder   20-23/356.  
IV.3. Unidentified manuscripts. Included are poems and prose pieces by unidentified authors. Includes 98 pp. of Ts. and Ts. [carbon] manuscript of Spanish poems in translation, possible gathered together for an anthology. (10 items.)
box-folder   24/--  
Series V. Miscellany. [series]:
 
V.1. Clippings, photocopies, tear sheets, off-prints, etc.
box-folder   24/357  
Tear sheets. (12 items.)
box-folder   24/358  
Clippings and photocopies, literary. (56 items.)
box-folder   24/359  
Clippings and photocopies, non-literary. (33 items.)
box-folder   24/360  
Photocopies of published works by others. (17 items.)
box-folder   24/361  
Off-prints and sheet music. (3 items.)
box-folder   Folder 362.  
V.2. Articles and photocopies of articles about Gardner and her work. (16 items)
box-folder   Folder 363.  
V.3. Announcements of readings and theatrical productions which involved or featured Gardner. (25 items)
box-folder   Folder 364.  
V.4. Additional announcements, invitations, programs, newsletters, etc. (54 items.)
box-folder   25/--  
V.5. Gardner biographical material. Included are autobiographical sketches of Gardner for publishers or magazines, letter from Roland Flint to Judy Bartholomy, and chronology of Gardner's life. (12 items.)
box-folder   Folder 366.  
V.6. Isabella Gardner Memorial Reading. Material relating to the April 4, 1982 Memorial Reading held at the Great Neck Library. Included are statements about Gardner by Roland Flint and John Logan, clippings, etc. (9 items.)
box-folder   25/367-368.  
V.7. Theatre miscellany. Included are materials relating to Gardner's theatrical career - clippings, reviews, photos, letters, programs, contracts, scrapbook. (67 items.)
 
V.8. Photos and artwork.
box-folder   25/369  
Includes 1 print by G. Gill Litaker, 1 oil painting by David Rolt, and 1 unidentified lithograph. (3 items.)
box-folder   25/370-371  
Framed photographs. (2 items.)
 
1 watercolor painting, approximately 18" by 36", framed, identified only by the initials D.R., shelved separately.
 
1 poster announcing a reading by Gardner and Tate in Italy, 1961, approximately 30" × 42", encased in plastic, shelved separately.
box-folder   26-28/372-375  
Miscellaneous photographs. (118 items.)
box-folder   26-28/377-380.  
V.9. Yearbooks from Foxcroft School, 1931 and 1932. Isabella Gardner attended Foxcroft School form 1930-1932. 1932 yearbook contains two poems by Gardner, apparently her first published work. Poems are entitled "Triolet" and "I am alone upon a bleak high hill". (70 items)
 
V.10. Calendars (1964-1981), address book, blank tablets. Includes Gardner's working calendars in which she noted appointments, engagements, travel plans, readings and other personal miscellany. Not foldered. Boxed in Boxes 27-28. (24 items.)
box-folder   26-28/377-380.  
V.11. Personal miscellany. Included are cards, divorce papers, scrapbook of prints of paintings, report cards and other personal items. (70 items)
Note: Total: 28 boxesNote: 5307 items
box-folder   26/--  
Add to V.9, Acc. 1651, high school yearbooks from 1933, 1934. (2 items)
box-folder   26/--  
Add to F. 372-375., unidentified photograph, n.d., (1 item.)
Note: Box 26, see also laid in Gardner
box-folder   -/-  
Isabella Gardner papers - Group III (Gardner 1682) (1682)   
Scope: Gardner, Isabella, books, magazines, and printed ephemera which had either been removed from the Gardner Library or had been previously removed from Acc. 1555 before it was accessioned and later catalogued.


box-folder   -/-  
Printed Material by Gardner and Others:
 
Bennet, Bruce.
 
Coyote pays a call. [A Bits Chapbook series. Cleveland: Bits Press, 1980].
 
Cummings, E.E.
 
Sketches & watercolors of the twenties & thirties. Profile Press, 1968] Catalog of examples of Cummings artwork, presumably for a show of his work. Includes seven prints. Outer envelope has colored picture tipped on.
 
Gardner, Isabella.
 
Card advertising That was then by Isabella Gardner] Advertisement includes "Autumn: Early Morning," a poem by Gardner.
 
Of mercy [Let Jacob] (cb). TLS to "Henry" written on verso. (1969)
 
Salt [broadside]. Honolulu: Petronium Press, 1975. Inscribed by the author.
 
Letter to the signers of "The Manifesto of the 121". [New York: privately printed]. Open letter in support of dissenters fighting against oppression in the Algerian War. Letter bears 32 names of "artists, writers, and intellectuals" including James T. Farrell, Isabella Gardner, and Allen Ginsberg. [ca. 1954-62].
 
O'Gorman, Ned.
 
A description of the sea for Lina Lenzi who has never seen it. (x).
 
Petrovsky, Tony.
 
Letter presumably to Isabella Gardner, requesting poems and/or support with a poetry project. Encs.: [four poems] Abstract love poem, by John Logan; The Snail's Road, by James Wright, Letter home, by Shreela Ray, Heroes, by Carl Dennis.
 
Sandy, Stephen.
 
Phrases, Fields, Kanda (6 p.m.). [Grel Press, 1972]. Two copies, one bearing an inscription from Sandy to Gardner.
 
Simpson, Peter L.
 
A Poet in the President's Office. Alumnus, September 1977, vol. 5, no. 4.
 
Smith, William Jay.
 
At Delphi. [privately printed for Allen Tate on his seventy-fifth birthday, November 9, 1974]. Bears auto note from Smith to Tate.
 
Tschacbasov, Nahum.
 
Print of a painting and poem: Pavillions of the wind. [privately printed, 1977]. Bears Tschacbasov's autograph.
 
Turner, Melvin. Laura's theme Melvin's book. [privately printed, ca. 1975] Bears auto note from Turner to Gardner.
 
West, Michael. Eye Ouilt:. [privately printed, 1971].
box-folder   -/-  
Two folders of offprints, photocopies, and travel books. (22 items.)
box-folder   -/-  
Family Books.
 
Columbus, Christopher.
 
The Columbus letter of March 14, 1493. [translated by Richard Henry Major for the Hakloyt Society in 1847]. Chicago: The Newberry Library, 1953.
 
Vassilovitch, Ivan.
 
Beatrice the ballerina. E. P. Dutton and Co., Inc., [1942]. Well-worn copy, auto markings in crayon.
box-folder   -/-  
Periodicals.
box-folder   1/9  
The Centennial Review. Vol. XV, No. 2, Spring 1971. Includes "Three poems" by Carol Berge with auto inscription by Berge to Gardner. TLS from Berge to Gardner laid into the review relating Gardner's influence on one poem, "Bettina's world," filed in Gardner II collection, Ser. I.1.,
 
Centre News Huizen. Vol. XXXIV, January/March 1971.
 
Changes in the arts. Issue No. 80, March 1973.
 
The Hollins Critic. Vol. XII, No. 1, February 1975. Includes "The Dark Train and the Green Place: The Poetry of William Jay Smith," by Josephine Jacobsen. and bears an auto inscription from Jacobsen to Gardner.
 
Nuova Corrente, [February, 1957].
 
Poetry Pilot [Published monthlky by the Academy of American Poets]. Four separate issues--New York: April 1979; December 1979; June 1981; July 1981. The April 1979 publication includes four poems by Allen Tate: "Mr. Pope," "The Mediterranean," "The Subway," and "The Swimmers" and a short write-up by William Jay Smith commemorating Tate's achievement as a poet.
 
The Poetry Society of American Bulletin. Vol. LXXI, Winter 1981. This is a special issue called "Women Poets," with Janet Sternberg as guest editor.
 
Provincetown Review 3. Provicetown, Mass.: 1960. Includes some auto notes throughout.
 
Ouadrant. No. 81, Vol. XVII, No. 1, February 1973.
 
Triptych. [New York]: 1969. Includes Poems by Dan Murray and bears an auto note from him to Gardner.
 
The Western Review. Vol. 21, spring 1957. Includes four poems by Gardner "That `Craning of the Neck,' " "Lines to a seagreen lover," "Summer evening," "Cook a' hoop."
box-folder   -/-  
Miscellany.
 
One folder of miscellaneous material, 9 items. including five photographs, a charcoal sketch, a bible with an auto inscription from Gardner to her son, a playbill for a presentation of Endicott and the Red Cross, by Robert Lowell (Kit Carson is included in the cast listings), and one page of a manucript (cb) entitled Tibetan Devil Dagger.