William Jay Smith Papers, ca. 1924-2004.
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William Jay Smith's Papers make up one of the largest groups in the Modern Literary Manuscript Collection; they are also one of the most varied, and help demonstrate Smith's versatility. His extensive file of incoming correspondence includes hundreds of letters from literary figures dating back to the 1940's, including a substantial group of letters from Russian, Hungarian, and other Eastern European authors. Numerous letters from publishers, editors, scholars, and friends are also present in the collection. Smith's papers include manuscripts and editorial matter towards all of his published work, as well as a large collection of manuscripts by other authors. Finally, the Smith Papers include a large assortment of miscellaneous material relating to specific writing projects, academic work, literary awards panels, Smith's travel, family and other personal papers, all of which help document in detail the career of this American literary figure.


Consists of personal, professional and business correspondence, 1935-1984, divided into two subseries for personal and professional correspondence and business correspondence.


Consists of personal and professional correspondence, 1935-1984, divided into subseries for itemized personal and professional correspondence, as well as unitemized miscellaneous, family and children's correspondence.


Consists of itemized correspondence, 1937-1984, arranged chronologically, with undated latters in Box 7/29-33.


Consists of business correspondence, 1938-1984, divided into various subseries by subject, correspondent or institution.


Consists of material towards published collections of poetry and includes correspondence with publishers and editors, drafts of manuscripts, editorial matter, miscellaneous notes and publication material.


Consists of Ts draft of Poems (New York: Banyon Press, 1947) with auto revisions by Smith.


Consists of material toward Celebration at Dark (New York: Farrar Straus, 1950). 79 items and (London: Hamish Hamilton, 1950).


Consists of material toward Typewriter Birds (New York: Caliban Press, 1954).


Consists of material toward The Bead Curtain: Calligrams (Florence: E. Ariani and L'Arte della Stampe, [1957]), issued in an edition of 100 copies numbered and signed by the author in honor of the 50th birthday of W.H. Auden.


Consists of material toward Poems: 1947-1957 (Boston: Little, Brown, 1957).


Consists of material toward The Tin Can and Other Poems (New York: Delacorte Press, 1966).


Consists of material toward New and Selected Poems (New York: Delacorte Press, 1970).


Consists of material toward The Traveler's Tree: New and Selected Poems, issued in three editions: cloth trade, paperback, and deluxe limited edition, consisting of 200 specially bound copies signed by the author and the artist, Jacques Hnizdovsky, with a portfolio of three original woodcuts (New York: Persea Books, 1980) and (Manchester, England: Carcanet, 1981).


Consists of material toward published translations by William Jay Smith, including correspondence with publishers, editors and others, drafts of manuscripts, editorial matter and miscellaneous notes and publication material.


Consists of material toward translation from the Italian of Scirocco by Romualdo Romano (New York: Farrar Straus, 1951).


Consists of material toward translation from the French of Poems of a Multimillionaire by Valery Larband (New York: Bonaccio and Saul, 1955).


Consists of material toward Selected Writings of Jules Laforgue, translated and edited by William Jay Smith (New York: Grove Press, 1956).


Consists of material toward Antiworlds: Poetry by Andrei Voznesensky (New York: Basic Books, 1966) edited by Patricia Blake and Max Hayward, translated by William Jay Smith, W.H. Auden and 4 other American poets.


Consists of material toward Two Plays: Christopher Columbus and Don Juan by Charles Berbin, translated by William Jay Smith (Minneapolis: University of Minnesota Press, 1970).


Consists of material toward Nostalgia for the Present by Andrei Voznesensky, edited by Vera Dunham and Max Hayward, translated by William Jay Smith and 9 others (New York: Doubleday, 1978).


Consists of material toward Agadir by Arthur Lundkvist, translated by William Jay Smith and Leif Sjorberg (Pittsburgh, PA: International Poetry Forum, 1979).


Consists of material toward The Pact: My Friendship with Isak Dinesen by Thorkild Bjornvig, translated from the Danish by Ingvar Schousboe and William Jay Smith with an introduction by William Jay Smith (Baton Rouge at London: Louisiana State University, 1983).


Consists of material toward the publication of various anthologies edited by William Jay Smith, including drafts, correspondence and other miscellaneous editorial or publication material.


Consists of material toward Herrick Selected with an introduction and notes by William Jay Smith (New York: Dell Publishing Co, 1962).


Consists of material toward The Golden Journey: Poems for Young People, compiled by William Jay Smith and Louise Bogan (Chicago: Reilly & Lee, 1965).


Consists of material toward Poems from France, edited by William Jay Smith, illustrated by Roger Duvoisin (New York: Crowell, 1967).


Consists of material toward Poems from Italy, edited by William Jay Smith, illustrated by Elaine Raphael (New York: Thomas Y. Crowell, 1972).


Consists of material toward Modern Hungarian Poetry, edited with introduction by Miklos Vadja, forward by William Jay Smith. Translators include William Jay Smith, Ted Hughes, George MacBeth and Richard Wilbur (New York: Columbia University Press, 1977), printed in Hungary.


Consists of material toward Light Verse and Satires of Witter Bynner, edited by and with an introduction by William Jay Smith (New York: Farrar, Straus, Giroux, 1978).


Consists of material toward A Green Place: Modern Poems for Young People, edited by William Jay Smith, illustrated by Jacques Hnizdovsky (New York: Delacorte Press/Seymour Lawrence, 1982).


Consists of material toward Brazilian Poetry (1950-1980), edited, with an introduction, by William Jay Smith and Emanuel Brasil (Midletown, CT: Wesleyan University Press, 1983).


Consists of material toward Dutch Interior: Postwar Poetry of the Netherlands and Flanders, edited by William Jay Smith and James S. Holmes, introduction by Cees Buddingh (New York: Columbia University Press, 1984).


Consists of material toward children's books by William Jay Smith including manuscripts, drafts, correspondence and miscellaneous publication and editorial matter.


Consists of material toward Laughing Time: Verses for Children, by William Jay Smith. 82 items (Atlantic Monthly Press, Little Brown & Co., 1954). Material from this book was later incorporated in another book entitled Laughing Time: Nonsense Poems by Smith which also includes poems from other works by Smith.


Consists of material toward Boy Blues's Book of Beasts by William Jay Smith, illustrated by Juliet Kepes (Boston: Little, Brown, 1957).


Consists of material toward Puptents and Pebbles; a Nonsense ABC by William Jay Smith, illustrated by Juliet Kepes (Boston: Little, Brown, 1959).


Consists of material toward Typewriter Town by William Jay Smith (New York: Dutton, 1960).


Consists of material toward What Did I See? by William Jay Smith, illustrated by Don Almquist, (New York: Crowell Collier, 1962), including correspondence between Smith, his agent and editor at Collier Books, style sheets from Collier Books and Ts and auto drafts of poems and texts.


Consists of material toward My Little Book of Big and Little by William Jay Smith, illustrated by Don Bolognese, (Riverside, N.J.: Rutledge Books, 1963), including 1 letter from Smith to Francis Keene, 1 auto draft and 1 set of page proofs.


Consists of material toward Ho for a Hat by William Jay Smith, designed and illustrated by Ivan Chermayeff, (Boston: Little, Brown, 1964).


Consists of material toward If I Had a Boat by William Jay Smith, illustrated by Don Bolognese, (New York: MacMillan, 1966).


Consists of material toward Mr. Smith & Other Nonsense by William Jay Smith, illustrated by Don Bolognese (New York: Delcorte Press, 1968), including photocopy of galleys.


Consists of material toward Children and Poetry by William Jay Smith.


Consists of material toward Children of the Forest by Elsa Berkon, translated by William Jay Smith (New York: Delacorte Press, 1970), including 2 Ts(cb) drafts and 3 auto drafts, 3 letters to Smith and miscellaneous notes.


Consists of material toward The Pirate Book by Lennar and Hellsing, illustrated by Paul Stroyer and translated by William Jay Smith (New York: Delacorte Press, 1972) including 1 letter to Smith and 3 pp. of Smith's notes.


Consists of material toward The Telephone by Kornei Chukovsky, illustrated by Blair Lent and translated by William Jay Smith (New York: Delacorte, 1976).


Consists of material toward Laughing Time: Nonsense Poems by William Jay Smith, illustrated by Fernando Krahn (New York: Delacorte Press/Seymour Lawrence, 1980).


Consists of material toward various other published works by William Jay Smith and includes drafts, notes, galleys and correpondence.


Consists of material toward The Spectra Hoax by William Jay Smith (Middletown, CT: Wesleyan University Press, 1961).


Consists of material toward The Streaks of the Tulip: Selected Criticism by William Jay Smith (New York: Delacorte Press, 1972).


Consists of material toward Army Brat (New York: Persea Books, 1980).


Consists of auto and ts drafts of poems by Smith, arranged alphabetically, not included in material toward books.


Consists of auto and ts drafts of essays and reviews by Smith, arranged alphabetically.


see Haitian Poetry Today [essay].


Consists of auto and ts drafts of translations by Smith, arranged alphabetically by original author.


Consists of miscellaneous manuscripts and related material by William Jay Smith.


Consists of 8 folders of early manuscripts, school papers, exams, etc. by William Jay Smith. Includes report cards, notebooks from Blow School, Smith's grammar school; high school poetry and story; original draft of Washington University Master's Thesis, exams and essays from Washington University; poetry by Smith from Washington University; miscellaneous correspondence; translation of poetry by Louis Aragon and a radio skit by Smith from U.S. Navy Language School in 1945.


Consists of 4 folders of material relating to the International Poetry Forum of Monte Carlo (1980:May 24-25) in which William Jay Smith participated.


Consists of material relating to the Louise Bogan Memorial (1970:Mar 11) at the Academy of Arts and Letters in New York and to a lecture Smith gave at the Library of Congress, 1970:May 4. The lecture was published as Louise Bogan: A Woman's Words, Library of Congress, 1971. Includes correspondence relating to both memorial and lecture, announcements, several drafts of the lecture and Smith's auto notes and comments.


Consists of transcript of interview of Smith by Istvan Bart, head of Hungarian P.E.N. Includes galley proof for interview.


Consists of miscellaneous notes, receipts, etc.


Consists of auto and ts drafts of poems and prose works by various authors, arranged alphabetically.


Consists of printed material by various authors, arranged according to author.


Consists of personal and general miscellany.


Consists of photographs of William Jay Smith, of lithographs used in Skies of Venice, and photo-postcards of Lee Anderson, Gene Derwood and Oscar Williams and Dylan Thomas.


Consists of newspaper and magazine clippings, the first folder contains material relating to William Jay Smith.


Consists of readings, exhibitions, book publications, symposia, etc. The first 2 folders contain material relating to William Jay Smith.


Consists of offprints and tearsheets. The first folder contains published articles, press releases, reviews, etc. by or relating to William Jay Smith. The remaining material is of general interest, some pieces signed or inscribed by the authors.


Consists of general miscellany.


Accrual II combines the following accessions: 1633, 1675, 1702, 1716, 1759, 1769, 1920, 1930, 1977, 21040, 22906, 22910, 22946, 23006, 23010, 23011, 23012, 23067, and 23889.


Consists of personal, professional, and business correspondence to and from Smith.


Consists of itemized personal and professional correspondence to Smith, arranged alphabetically.


Enclosure: TLS, 2 pp from Aaron to John Cunningham (1974: November 30) and Aaron' s resume.


Enclosure: TLS, 1 p from Richard Wilbur to Adams (1999: July 19), TL, 1 p from Adams to Wilbur (1999: July 22), and TLS, 1 p from Judy Blume to Adams (1999: July 26).


Enclosure: ALS, 1 p from Karla Kuskin to Adams (1999: July 27).


Filed with Espmark, Kjell.


Enclosure: Biographical information on Aksyonov.


Enclosure: TLS, 1 p from Beth Troop to Allen (1996: September 6) and TLS, 1 p from unidentified to Allen (1996: August 28).


Enclosure: For Jane Margaret O'Brien, President: An Inaugural Villanelle [poem] by Allen (Ts, 1 p).


Filed with Espmark, Kjell.


Enclosure: TLS, 4 pp from Robert Q. Marston to University of Florida Faculty and Students (1984: April 28).


Enclosure: The Tale of Akhund Musa [poem] by Ansary (Ts, 3 pp).


Filed with Appleman, Philip.


Enclosure: Darwin's Ark [poem] by Appleman (Ts, 1 p).


Enclosed: Biographical article on Appleman from Contemporary Authors Autobiography Series , Volume 18.


Includes The Camels [poem] translated by Archer.


Enclosure: The Deal [story] by Armalinsky (Ts, 7 pp).


Enclosure: TLS, 1 p from Bill Webb to Arnn (1986: March 21).


Enclosure: Ts, 1 p from Arnn to Friends and Family (2002: Christmas).


Written on Baudelaire's Flowers: Beauty, Evil and Kitsch [essay] by Arnold (Ts, 6 pp).


Enclosure: Bail's resume.


Enclosure: Program for Holly Hall memorial tribute, September 11, 1995.


Enclosure: Photograph.


Enclosure: Photograph.


Written on photograph.


Enclosure: Written on a photograph.


Written on TLS, 1 p from Holly Hall to Bancou Segal (1994: September 6).


Written on photograph.


Includes Crow White [poem] by Barnes (Ts, 1 p).


Enclosure: Memorial program for Marianna Lowell Barzun.


Enclosure: Flyer announcing the Jacques Barzun Prize in Cultural History.


Enclosure: Batki's resume.


Filed with Beacham, Walton.


Enclosure: Information concerning the AWP/VCU series for Contemporary Poetry, 1976.


Enclosure: A Thousand Miles [essay] by Bryce Beals (Ts, 4 pp).


Enclosure: Recipe by Smith for "Sonja''s Choucroute" (Ts, 2 pp), 2 copies.


Enclosure: The Steps of Tulum [poem] by unidentified (Ts, 3 pp) and Kin Azul [poem] by unidentified (Ts, 3 pp).


Enclosure: TLS, 2 pp from Beliczay and Mrs. A. Sappan to Sirs (n.d.).


Written on Neighborly [poem] by Bell (Ts, 1 p).


Enclosure: Five Translations [poem] by Bell (Ts, 5 pp).


Enclosure: Funeral notice for Belva Caldwell Berlin.


Filed with Berlin, Alfred.


Enclosure: Funeral notice for Belva Caldwell Berlin.

Filed with Berlin, Alfred.


Enclosure: The Book of Jonah [story] translated by Berlind (Ts, 13 pp).


Written on program for an exhibit featuring some of Berry's work.


Enclosure: Two photographs.


Enclosure: Evesham Station [poem] (Ts, 2 pp), Ophelia [poem] (Ts, 1 p), To a Child Afraid of the Dark [poem] (Ts, 1 p), This Spring [poem] (Ts, 1 p), Museum Pieces [poem] (Ts, 3 pp), On Listening to a Recording of Paderewski [poem] (Ts, 1 p), Aunt Tina Looks Up [poem] (Ts, 1 p), All I Need to Know [poem] (Ts, 1 p) , and The Bicyclist [poem] (Ts, 2 pp) by Bess.


Enclosure: Domestic Birds[poem] by Bess (Ts, 1 p).


Enclosure: Beveridge's resume.


Enclosure: Summary and description of proposed project for residency at Bellagio Center (Ts, 2 pp).


Written on The Francis Biddle Memorial Lecture (Ts, 28 pp). Published in the Harvard Civil Rights: Civil Liberties Law Review , Volume 9, Number 3 (May 1974).


Written on TLS, 1 p from Smith to Bishop (1977: May 12).


Enclosure: Offering to Tennessee Williams [poem] by Bishop (Ts, 4 pp).


Enclosure: Pa En Altan I New York [poem] by Smith (Ts, 4 pp).


Enclosure: Description of the arrest of two Hungarian intellectuals, George Konrad and Ivan Szelenyi.


Enclosure: "The 1999 Woman's Day Calendar" illustrated by Blegvad.


Enclosure: List of comments on Mary Ewald's "Weapons Against Chaos" (Ts, 1 p) and Credentials [essay] by unidentified (Ts, 2 pp).


Enclosure: TLS, 1 p from Bollobás to colleagues (1988: August 5) and Sandor Weores's obituary from The New York Times , February 25, 1989.


Enclosure: Ohio University 1974 [essay] by unidentified (Ts, 4 pp).


Written on Hungary in the Habsburg Monarchy: From Independence Struggle to Hegemony [essay] by Borsody (Ts, 16 pp). Published in Society in Change .


Enclosure: TLS, 1 p from Jean-Manuel Bourgois to Bosquet (1992: September 2).


Written on "Dieu vous protege," [poem] by Bosquet (Ts, 1 p).


Filed with Bosquet, Alain.


Filed with Bosquet, Alain.


Enclosure: Three photographs.


Filed with Bosquet, Alain.


Filed with Bosquet, Alain.


Enclosure: List of writers that sent letters to Alain Bosquet (Ts, 2 pp).


Enclosure: Photograph.


Written on flyer for New York State Arts & Cultural Coalition.


Enclosure: Draft for a Manhattan Poetry Map by the Poets House (Ts, 6 pp).


Written on As Long As It's Big [poem] by Bricuth (Ts, 11 pp). Published in Southwest Review , Vol. 85, Number 2.


Enclosure: Newspaper articles.


With AN, 1 p from Smith to Brooks (n.d.).


Enclosure: Stonewall: For Bill Smith [poem] by Broughton (Ts, 2 pp).


Enclosure: A Choice of Blessings [poem] by Broughton (Ts, 1 p) and an interview by Maria Goodman (Ts, 8 pp).


Enclosure: Missing It [poem] (Ts, 1 p), Something Like That [poem] (Ts, 1 p), Where I Was [poem] (Ts, 1 p), Getting Down to Cases [poem] (Ts, 1 p), The Ur-Place [poem] (Ts, 1 p), Arnie [poem] (Ts, 1 p), and Judo [poem] (Ts, 1 p) by Brown.


Enclosure: Card with biography of Dorothy Brown announcing her death.


Enclosure: Flyer for National Migrant Education Conference.


Includes Words for Christmas [poem] by Burden (Ts, 1 p).


Includes All of Us [poem] by Burden (Ts, 1 p).


Includes Come In [poem] by Burden (Ts, 1 p).


Includes Guardian Angels [poem] by Burden (Ts, 2 pp).


Includes Harold [poem] by Burden (Ts, 1 p).


Includes Christmas [poem] by Burden (Ts, 1 p).


Includes Christmas [poem] by Burden (Ts, 1 p).


Enclosure: Release form for Tennessee Williams/New Orleans Literary Festival.


Includes Garden [poem] by Bynner (Auto, 1 p).


Filed with Hopkins, Jeannette.


Enclosure: TLS, 1 p from Cahoon to Dr. Francis Weld (1988: September 7).


Enclosure: Two photographs of paintings done by Caldwell.


Enclosure: Editorial letter from Smith. Published in The New Criterion , April 1991.


Enclosure: Photograph of Gordon, Marsha and Sissy Carlisle.


Enclosure: A Prayer of Peace [poem] on a bookmark.


Filed with Cary, Joe.


Written on The Temptress [poem] by Cassian (Ts, 1 p).


Written on That's the Way It Is [story] by Cauture (Ts, 24 pp).


Written on The Christmas Story [song] by Cedering (Ts, 2 pp).


Enclosure: TLS, 1 p from Chaplin to Smith (1997: December 30).


Enclosure: TLS, 1 p from George H. Fletcher to Chase (1997: November 18).


Enclosure: Booklet of Iris print by Chermayeff (1999).


Enclosure: Receipt from the United States Office of Personal Management for Smith, itemized list of Georgia Ella Gunn's estate, and list of Smith's utility costs.


Enclosure: Too close to the fire [speech] by Nicholas (Ts, 20 pp). Published in Trans American Clinical Climatology Association , 1990.


Enclosure: TLS, 2 pp from Alan Margolies to Northeast Modern Language Association Colleagues (1986: December 20).


Written on a flyer for The Mirror Visions Ensemble Compterary Portraits (1999: October 15).


Includes Olive Trees in Southern France [poem] by Claire (Ts, 1 p).


Missing pages.


Includes On Vibrant Green Sod [poem] by Claire (Ts, 1 p).


Includes A Fickle Herring From the Gulf of Mexico [poem] by Harris Stewart (Ts, 1 p).


Enclosure: Thinking of Anais Nin [poem] (Ts, 1 p) and Olive Trees in Provence [poem] (Ts, 1 p) by Claire.


Enclosure: From A Bayman's Log [poem] by Clemente (Ts, 1 p).


Includes Blue Eye to Green Eye [poem] by Clemente (Ts, 1 p).


Filed with Lea, Baechler.


Enclosure: TLS, 1 p from Wallace Markham to Cole (1994: June 29) and galley proofs for A Brave Passenger .


Written on a copy of an interview with Cole from Speaking of Poets (Ts, 6 pp).


Written on River Rhymes [poems] by Cole (Ts, 1 p).


Written on River Rhymes [poems] by Cole (Ts, 1 p).


Written on River Rhymes [poems] by Cole (Ts, 1 p).


Written on River Rhymes [poems] by Cole (Ts, 1 p).


Enclosure: The Art of Skimming the Cream of Other's Books [essay] by Cole (Ts, 1 p). Published in Newsday , December 16, 1984.


Enclosure: "In Stratford Town upon the Avon" [poem] by unidentified (Ts, 1 p).


Enclosure: The Girls of Yesteryear [poem] (Ts, 1 p), Some Pary [poem] (Ts, 1 p), Considering War [poem] (Ts, 1 p), and In the Vineyard [poem] (Ts, 1 p) by Conelly.


With ACS, 1 p from Tanya Kudriatzera written recto.


Enclosure: TL, 1 p from Smith to Michael Bell (1993: January 29) and Cooper's resume and cover letter.


Filed with Lea, Baechler.


Enclosure: Hourglass Parables [poem] (Ts, 2 pp), Job's Punishment [poem] (Ts, 2 pp), Blue Movie [poem] (Ts, 2 pp), Miniature World [poem] (Ts, 1 p), and Bright Dusk [poem] (Ts, 5 pp) by Corrie.


Enclosure: Pandora in Darkness [poem] by Corrie (Ts, 1 p).


Enclosure: Of Meter [poem] by Corrie (Ts, 1 p).


Enclosure: "I almost remember her hair growing darker" [poem] by Corrie (Ts, 1 p).


Enclosure: Voice of Glass [poem] by Corrie (Ts, 2 pp).


Enclosure: Into [poem] (Ts, 1 p) and Fortieth Birthday [poem] (Ts, 2 pp) by Corrie.


Enclosure: Fortieth Birthday [poem] by Corrie (Ts, 2 pp)


Enclosure: Business card of Shipman and Chamber Theater [essay] by unidentified (Ts, 1 p).


Enclosure: TL, 1p from John Rees Moore to Cushman (1995: May 12), TL, 1 p from Ava Morgan to Cushman (1996: February 1), and Vermont Poet Is an Individualist [essay] by Cushman (Ts, 4 pp).


Enclosure: TLS, 1 p from Cuyler to Smith (n.d.).


Enclosure: Newsletter containing information on Bud Stillman.


Enclosure: Laughing Time: Collected Nonsense keepsake.


Enclosure: News release announcing Mark Wrighton as 14th Chancellor of Washington University (Ts, 2 pp).


Enclosure: ALS, 2 pp from Glyn Collins to Muriel Rukeyser (1947: October).


Enclosure: TLS, 1 p from The Atlantic Monthly to Smith (1979: February 6).


Enclosure: Flyer for a poetry reading by Smith at The Village Voice Bookshop (1998: June 4).


Enclosure: de Palchi biographical infromation (Ts, 2 pp).


Written on a flyer for a John De Pol exhibition.


Enclosure: Legende(s) [essay] written in French by Philippe Mouillon (Ts, 1 p), 2 copies.


Enclosure: Deagon's resume and poems by Deagon.


Written on Litteratures , Spring 1990.


Enclosure: Daybreak [poem] (Ts, 1 p), Out At Moonhole [poem] (Ts, 1 p), At Hill House [poem] (Ts, 1 p), Boats at Anchor, Out on Their Morning [poem] (Ts, 1 p) by Dey.


Enclosure: Taking Out the Mooring [poem] (Ts, 1 p) and Frangipani, in a Shed [poem] (Ts, 1 p) by Dey.


Enclosure: The Bequia Boys [poem] by Dey (Ts, 1 p). Published in Sail , November 1976.


Enclosure: Requiem for a Shrimp Boat [poem] by Dey (Ts, 2 pp).


Enclosure: Ths Loss Of the Schooner Kestrel [essay] by Dey (Ts, 3 pp).


Enclosure: Antique Map [poem] by Dey (Ts, 10 pp).


Enclosure: Cruising Fieldwork [essay] by Dey (Ts, 1 p). Published in Sail , October 2001.


Enclosure: Copyright renewal application.


Enclosure: Easter at Fire Island [poem] by Doerries (Ts, 1 p).


Enclosure: MMMMmmmmm [poem] by Leobhard Dowty (Ts, 1 p).


Enclosure: Tightrope Act [poem] by Dorn (Ts, 1 p).


Filed with Walker, Anne.


Enclosure: Sailing [poem] by David Doucett (Ts, 1 p).


Includes ALS, 1 p from Virgina Downs to Smith.


Enclosure: TLS, 1 p from Tony Farrell to Young Turks (n.d.).


Enclosure: Young Turks' Round Table Discussion at Bill Billings (Ts, 2 pp).


Enclosure: House Proud [article] by William L. Hamilton (Ts, 1 p). Published in The New York Times , March 17, 1994.


Enclosure: Review of Negotiating with the Russians on Nuclear Arms: Lawyers Making a Difference by Downs [review] by Justice John A. Dooley III. Published in The Vermont Bar Journal & Law Digest , December 1996.


Enclosure: TL, 3 pp from Downs to Young Turks (1997: July 25), From Young Turk to Old Jerk in 36 Fascinating Years [essay] by unidentified (Ts, 6 pp), and Young Turks Nantucket [interview] by unidentified (Ts, 9 pp).


Filed with Drescher, Kitty.


Filed with Drescher, Kitty.


Enclosure: TL, 1 p from Daphne Robinson to Drescher (1998: April 5) and TL, 1 p from Robinson to Drescher (1998: April 21).


Enclosure: Eternity [poem] (TLS, 1 p), The Hole in the Bottomless Well [poem] (Auto, 3 pp), Books [poem] (Auto, 3 pp), "In fourteen hundred and ninety-two" [poem] (Ts, 1 p), Birds [poem] (Auto, 1 p), Ode to Strawberries [poem] (Ts, 1 p), Wall of Pain [poem] (Auto, 1 p), and Waiting...watching [poem] (Auto, 1 p), Tress Through the Seasons [poem] (Ts, 1 p) and The Sky [poem] (Ts, 1 p) by Kate Braucher.


Written on Joseph's Suspicion [poem] by Rainer Maria Rilke and translated by Duncan (Ts, 1 p).


Written on Christmas MCMLXXXIV [poem] by Lucy Elizabeth Duncan (Ts, 1 p).


Written on A Christmas Carol [poem] by Christina Rosetti (Ts, 2 pp).


Written on January Thaw [poem] by Duncan (Ts, 2 pp).


Written on Chapter Three From Paul's Second Letter to the Corinthians (Ts, 2 pp).


Written on Shepherd's Carol [poem] by Norman Nicholson (Ts, 1 p).


Written on Saint Bernard to the Blessed Virgin Mary translated from canto xxxiii of Dante's Paradiso (Ts, 1 p).


Written on Noel [poem] by Jacques Audiberti (Ts, 2 pp).


Enclosure: Requiem Mass for Harry A. Duncan [announcement] by Duncan (Ts, 1 p) and Joe Simpson [poem] by Robert Mezey (Ts, 1 p).


Enclosure: Photograph of Dunlop.


Enclosure: Eastman's resume.


Enclosure: A Composure's Life Through Music: A Visit with Donna Kelly [article] by Kenneth E. Moore (Ts, 1 p) Published in The Washington Flute Scene , Volume 22, Number 3, (1999).


Enclosure: Don Gifford, 81, an Authority on James Joyce [article] by Eric Pace. Published in The New York Times , May 25, 2000.


Filed with Ellison, Ralph.


Enclosure: Information about the International Writing Program at the University of Iowa.

Filed with Engle, Paul.


Enclosure: TLS, 1 p from Robert D. Ray to Engle (1981: June 3), TLS, 1 p from George Busbee to Engle (1981: July 21), and Hauling Nieh Engle's resume.


Enclosure: Letters from participants of the International Writer's Program at the University of Iowa.

Filed with Engle, Paul.


Enclosure: Information about the International Writer's Program.

Filed with Engle, Paul.


Enclosure: Information about the International Writing Program at the University of Iowa (Ts, 14 pp)


Enclosure: Letters from participants of the International Writer's Program at the University of Iowa.


Enclosure: Information about the International Writer's Program.


Enclosure: Shaped Verse [poem] (Ts, 1 p) and Sine-Curverse [poem] (Ts, 1 p) by Gerald L. Kaufman and A Type of Beauty [poem] by unidentified (Ts, 1 p).


Written on a flyer for a gallery showing of Evans' paintings and drawings.


Enclosure: Obituary notice for Gavin Ewart and the program for his memorial service.


Enclosure: Bicentennial Bastille [poem] (Ts, 3 pp) and Christmas Shopping in Venice [poem] (Ts, 2 pp) by Fay.


Enclosure: 48 hours of diverse impressions [article] by Fersen (Ts, 1 p). Published in Bennington Banner , April 22, 1996.


Enclosure: Virsta De Trecere [poem] by unidentified (Ts, 1 p) and Age of Transition [poem] by Nicolae Dabija and translated by Flynn (Ts, 1 p) and TLS, 1 p from Nicolae Dabija to Flynn (1996: April 14).


Filed with Gelfand, Morris.


Filed with Gelfand, Morris.


Filed with Espmark, Kjell.


Enclosure: First Verses [essay] by Foster (Ts, 1 p).


Laid in Sage , Number 1, Spring 1966.


Enclosure: Interview with Smith (Ts, 2 pp) from unidentified source.


Enclosure: Masseni [blurb] by Smith (Ts, 1 p).


Proposal for a special session on E. E. Cummings at the 1993 MLA convention.


Written on TLS, 1 p from Maribeth T. Kraus to Colleagues of the Modern Language Association of American (1993: May 17).


Enclosure: "When I write a poem or story, I want to bring something" [essay] by Friedman (Ts, 1 p). Published in PMLA , 1996.


Enclosure: The Pubescent Poet [essay] by Teresa Waugh (Ts, 1 p). Published in Literary Review , January 2004.


Written on TLS, 1 p from Bill Clinton to Funari (1993: May 26).

Enclosure: TLS, 1 p from Funari to Bill Clinton (1993: March 12)


Enclosure: Vacancy announcement from the Library of Congress.


Enclosure: The Players [story] by Smith (Ts, 2 pp).


Enclosure: TLS, 1 p from Renee Samson to Smith (1989: October 12) and the itinerary of Poetes de France et Des Etats Unis.


Written on "Shall we have yet another poem" [poem] by Garrett (Ts, 2 pp).


Enclosure: Stone House Press catalogues and prospectuses.


Enclosure: Prospectus for The Tin Can and Journey to the Interior by Smith.


Enclosure: Stone House Press prospectuses.


Enclosure: In Praise of Aldus Manutius [poem] by Paul Beanjon (Ts, 1 p).


Enclosure: ALS, 1 p from Herbert Mitgang to Gelfand (1991: October 21).


Enclosure: Two prints of wood engravings by John De Pol.


Enclosure: New Snow [poem] by Gibson (Ts, 9 pp).


Enclosure: Personal Faith and the Practice of Law [essay] by Gibson (Ts, 11 pp).


Written on Notes on the New Formalism [essay] by Gioia (Ts, 14 pp).

Enclosure: The Successful Career of Robert Bly [essay] by Gioia (Ts, 17 pp).


Enclosure: TLS, 1 p from Gioia to New York Times Book Review Editors (1987: June 12).


Enclosure: Bourgeois in Bohemia: The Letters of T.S. Eliot [review] by Gioia (Ts, 5 pp).


Enclosure: Photograph.


Enclosure: Poetry: Paradigms Lost, Interview with Dana Gioia [interview] by Gloria Glickstein Brame (Ts, 12 pp). Includes part I and part II.


Enclosure: Flyer for Nosferatu: A Vampire Opera , and The Hand of the Poet: The Magical Value of Manuscripts [essay] by Gioia (Ts, 21 pp).


Enclosure: The Bards of the 'Burbs [essay] by Cynthia Haven (Ts, 7 pp) and A Poetry Conference that Aims for Balance [essay] by Carlin Romano (Ts, 2 pp).


Enclosure: Gluck's resume and newspaper articles.


Enclosure: Seymour Palestin's resume.


Filed with Grant-Sultie, Juliet.


Enclosure: Information on the Wesleyan Writers Conference.


Enclosure: Information on the Wesleyan Writers Conference.


Enclosure: A partial bibliography of works by Guenther.


Includes In the Purple of An Autumn [poem] (Ts, 1 p) and Now That Winter Is Here [poem] (Ts, 1 p) by Haberman.


Enclosure: ALS, 2 pp from Sonja Smith to Hadfield (1997: April 20).


Enclosure: Hall's resume and To Robert Frost [poem] by Hall (Ts, 1 p).


Enclosure: To Robert Frost [poem] (Ts, 1 p), To My Third Schnauzer [poem] (Ts, 1 p), Wildflower [poem] (Ts, 1 p), and An Interior Triptych [collection of poems] by Hall.


Enclosure: Proposal: The Religious Imagination of Wallace Stevens: A Spiritual Journey Toward Conversion [essay] (Ts, 19 pp), Wallace Stevens: Hidden Symmetries [essay] (Ts, 6 pp) and Eloping on Horseback: My World of Myth and Poetry [essay] (Ts, 13 pp) by Hall.


Enclosure: Introduction and Table of Contents to Walking the Pollen Path by Hall.


Enclosure: Photograph.


Enclosure: Return to the Bottomlands [essay] by Smith (Ts, 2 pp).


Enclosure: A Burning Bush, North of Daytona [essay] (Ts, 1 p) and Before the Silence Fell [poem] (Ts, 1 p) by Hall.


Enclosure: Final Portrait of an Architect [poem] by Hall (Ts, 1 p) and a table of contents.


Written on TL, 1 p from Hall to William Segal (1993: June 16).


Enclosure: TL, 1 p from Hall to Smith (1994: December 9).


Enclosure: Program for Merrill Conference, November 18-19, 1994.


Filed with Giles, Paul.


Enclosure: Robert Richman's resume and TLS, 2 pp from Hammond to Committee on Admissions of the Century Association (1995: January 6).


Enclosure: Copy of an introduction by Houghton for a reading by Smith.


Enclosure: Photograph.


Enclosure: Three photographs.


Filed with Meredith, William.


Filed with Meredith, William.


Filed with Meredith, William.


Enclosure: TL, 2 pp.


Enclosure: Narrative Account of Career [essay] by Harteis (Ts, 6 pp).


Filed with Meredith, William.


Filed with Meredith, William.


Enclosure: The Couple Overhead [poem] by William Meredith (Ts, 3 pp) and TLS, 1 p from Cynthia A. Gehrig to Harteis (1997: April 3).


Enclosure: Information about Harteis for Guggenheim application.


Filed with Meredith, William.


Enclosure: Biographical piece on Smith by Havard (Ts, 2 pp).


Filed with Kerry, John.


Enclosure: Obituary notice for John H. Heires and a copy of speech given at the funeral.


Enclosure: Brochure for the Florida Writer's Conference.


Enclosure: Posters and catalogues of Hendricks's work.


Enclosure: Herbert's resume.


Enclosure: TL, 3 pp from Hersh to Everette Dennis (1998: December 2) and Hersh's resume.


Enclosure: Florida: The Permutations of May [poem] (Ts, 1 p) and Your Body [poem] (Ts, 1 p) by Hersh.


Enclosure: Hewitt's resume.


Enclosure: TLS, 1 p from Hillman to Persea Books (1988: August 12).


Includes Native Homes [poem] by Himmirsky and translated with Roland Flint (Ts, 1 p).


Enclosure: Himmirsky's resume.


Filed with Hoechstelter, Marissa Jeanne.


Filed with Hoechstelter, Marissa Jeanne.


Filed with Hoechstelter, Marissa Jeanne.


Filed with Hoechstelter, Marissa Jeanne.


Filed with Hoff, Philip H.


Enclosure: TL, 2 pp from Hoff to Young Turks, Martha O'Conner and Governor Dean (1997: December 23).


Written on Essay on Style [poem] by Hoffman (Ts, 3 pp).


Includes The Cape Racer [poem] by Hoffman (Ts, 1 p).


Enclosure: Hoffman's resume.


Enclosure: TL, 1 p from Alan Cheuse, Mona Simpson and Smith to Nina King (1993: June 1).


Enclosure: TLS, 1 p from David J. Cahn to Wesleyan Author (1983: October 23).


Includes Reason [poem] by Gregory Smith (Ts, 1 p) and Pride's Crossing [poem] by Howes (Ts, 1 p).


Enclosure: For Genoveva Forest de Sastre and For Kitty Genovese [poem] by Howes (Ts, 1 p).


Enclosure: TLS, 1 p., w/encl. from Howes to Hugh Bullock (1975: March 30).


Enclosure: For Bill [poem] by Howes (Ts, 1 p).


Enclosure: The Baroness Entertains [essay] by Howes (Ts, 1 p).


Includes Being Me [poem] by Howes (Ts, 1 p).


Includes For Greg at 30 [poem] by Howes (Ts, 1 p).


Enclosure: Older [poem] by Howes (Ts, 1 p).


Enclosure: TLS, 1 p from Peter J. Potter to Howes (1987: March 11).


Enclosure: TLS, 1 p from Jeannette Hopkins to Howes (1987: April 31).


Enclosure: "Please, Mrs. Lunatic..." [poem] by Howes (Ts, 2 pp).


Includes Quilt of an Old Pattern [poem] by Howes (Ts, 1 p).


Includes Together [poem] by Howes (Ts, 1 p).


Includes Older [poem] by Howes (Ts, 1 p).


Includes Myself [poem] by Howes (Ts, 1 p).


Includes Myself [poem] by Howes (Ts, 1 p).


Includes Vital Day [poem] by Howes (Ts, 1 p).


Includes Chimera [poem] by Howes (Ts, 1 p).


Filed with Smith, Barbara Bates.


Enclosure: TLS, 2 pp from Hunter to Janis Ekdahl (1997: May 20).


Includes The Poet [poem] by Ignatow (Ts, 1 p).


Filed with Inra, Jennifer.


Filed with Inra, Jennifer.


Enclosure: Black and White Faces [poem] (Ts, 2 pp), Persona [poem] (Ts, 4 pp), About Life [poem] (Ts, 3 pp), and Excursion to the Sky [poem] (Ts, 2 pp) by Issaia.


Enclosure: TL, 1 p from Jacob to Jeffrey Grossman (2000: February 16).


Includes Lines Before Sleeping [poem] by Jacobsen (Auto, 1 p).


Written on Power As Virtue: The Achievement of Josephine Jacobsen, The Hollins Critic , Volume XXII, No. 2 (April 1985).


Enclosure: TLS, 1 p from Roland Flint to Janssen (1987: October 3).


Enclosure: Information regarding Smith's appointment as Visiting Professor of Writing at Columbia Univeristy.


Written on From the Warsaw Pact to NATO: The Legacy of the 1956 Hungarian Revolution [speech] by Jeszenszky (Ts, 6 pp).

Enclosure: Remarks by Géza Jeszenszky Ambassador of Hungary to the United States of America upon presenting his Letter of Credence on October 27, 1998 [speech] (Ts, 2 pp) and The Central European Pillar of Security [speech] (Ts, 7 pp) by Jeszenszky.


Enclosure: The Christmas Angel and the Christmas Message [speech] by Johansen (Ts, 2 pp).


Enclosure: What Train Will Come? [essay] by Kada (Ts, 2 pp).


Enclosure: Includes AN, 1 p. to Sonja Haussman Smith.


Enclosure: Prorok [poem] (Ts, 2 pp), Ja Vas Ljubil [poem] (Ts, 2 pp), Ne daj Mne Bog Cojti S Ums [poem] (Ts, 2 pp), and 1834 [poem] (Ts, 2 pp) by Kandel.


Enclosure: Notes by Smith and Fae Myenne Ng and Jim Weaver's Guggenheim grant statement of plans.


Enclosure: Notes by Smith and Fae Myenne Ng's Guggenheim grant statement of plans.


Enclosure: Notes by Smith.


Written on From Russia with Hope [essay] by Kaufman (Ts, 2 pp).


Enclosure: Photograph.


Filed with Jenkins, Newell.


Enclosure: The Other Hemisphere: A Sequence of Poems [collection of poems] by Kemp (Ts, 11 pp).


Enclosure: Clippings about Kendrick.


Filed with Lea, Baechler.


Filed with Kery, Laszlo.


Enclosure: Coming into Our Own [poem] by Kessler (Ts, 1 p).


Enclosure: "Don't listen to Chekhov's" [poem] by Kessler (Ts, 1 p).


Enclosure: Lobster [poem] by Kessler (Ts, 1 p).


Enclosure: Rewared Journey [review] by Smith (Ts, 22 pp). Review of Charles Causley Secret Destinations: Selected Poems 1977-1988 by David Godine. Published in The New Criterion , Spring 1990.


Enclosure: Reviews of Poets For Life: 76 Poets Respond to AIDS .


Enclosure: Photograph.


Enclosure: Photograph.


Includes Come In Go Out [poem] by May Swenson (Ts, 1 p).


With ANS by Ika Kodolanyi (1989: January 3).


Filed with Kodolanyi, Gyula.


Filed with Kodolanyi, Gyula.


Filed with Kodolanyi, Gyula.


Filed with Kodolanyi, Gyula.


Co-signed by George Komrower.


Enclosure: Photograph.


Enclosure: ALS, 2 pp from Komrower to Sonja Haussman Smith (n.d.).


Enclosure: The Country Woman's Journal La Granja (Ts, 12 pp).


Includes Song for Someone Falling Asleep [poem] by Krapf (Ts, 1 p).


Enclosure: Breathing in Bogota [poem] by Krapf (Ts, 1 p).


Enclosure: An Invitation to the Country: William Cullen Bryant in Roslyn [essay] by Krapf (Ts, 8 pp).


Enclosure: The Politics of Weeds [poem] by Krapf (Ts, 1 p).


Enclosure: TLS, 1 p from H. George Fletcher to Krapf (1986: September 22).


Enclosure: The Greyhound at the Bryant Homestead [poem] by Krapf (Ts, 2 pp).


Enclosure: TLS, 1 p from Edward T. Dell to Krapf (1987: September 22).


Written on TLS, 1 p from William Cullen Bryant II to Krapf (1990: March 23).


Includes Bach in the Morning [poem] by Krapf (Ts, 2 pp).


Written on copy of an uncorrected review from Small Press of Krapf's book Somewhere in Southern Indiana .


Enclosure: Krapf's career summary for Guggenheim application.


Includes Bruch in the Basement [poem] by Krapf (Ts, 2 pp).


Enclosure: Four photographs.


Includes Strawberry Patch Song [poem] by Krapf (Ts, 1 p).


Enclosure: TL, 1 p from Kroupa to Harriet (1989: June 21).


Written on recto of ACS, 1 p from Diane Cook. Filed with Cook, Diane.


Enclosure: TL, 1 p from Lacy to Francis Weld (1988: August 8).


Enclosure: "What is the opposite of Tate?" [poem] by Richard Wilbur (Ts, 1 p).

Filed with Pritchard, William H.


Enclosure: Lauren's resume, letter of recommendation by R.D. Stock, and Yesterday's Rain [story] (Ts, 7 pp) and Cyrus Blood [story] (Ts, 4 pp) by Lauren.


Page 2 of a longer letter, page 1 is missing.


Enclosure: Articles about Lemeland.


Enclosure: Articles about Lemeland.


Enclosure: Articles about Lemeland.


Enclosure: Articles about Lemeland.


Enclosure: Articles about Lemeland.


Enclosure: Membership card for the Poetry Society of America.


Enclosure: Remarks on the One Hundredth Birthday Tribute to Poet Marianne Moore, Sunday, Nov. 15, 1987 [speech] by Levy (Ts, 9 pp).


Enclosure: Photograph.


Enclosure: Epitaphs [poem] (Ts, 1 p), Ballad of Black and White [poem] (Ts, 2 pp), May-As-Well [poem] (Ts, 1 p), Banjo Tune [poem] (Ts, 1 p), Flight of the Long-Haired Yak [poem] (Ts, 2 pp), and Still Life [poem] (Ts, 1 p) by Smith.


Includes Spelling Lesson [poem] by Lippincott (Ts, 1 p).


Enclosure: The Passing of the Guard [poem] (Ts, 1 p) and Patisserie for Dinosaurs [poem] (Ts, 1 p) by Lipshires.


Includes Douglas Fir [poem] by Livingston (Ts, 1 p).


Includes Circles [poem] by Livingston (Ts, 1 p).


Includes Forest: An Invitation [poem] by Livingston (Ts, 1 p).


Includes Christmas Tree [poem] by Livingston (Ts, 1 p).


Includes Song of Peace [poem] by Livingston (Ts, 1 p).


Includes Prayer for Earth [poem] by Livingston (Ts, 1 p).


Enclosure: TL, 1 p from Livingston to Christian Schools International (1995: November 21).


Enclosure: A Rose for Katherine Anne Porter [poem] by Smith (Ts, 8 pp).


Enclosure: TLS, 2 pp from Lockwood to Philip Amram (1974: November 4).


Includes Believe It [poem] by Logan (Ts, 1 p).


Includes Believe It [poem] by Logan (Ts, 1 p).


Filed with Logan, Doug.


Enclosure: Photograph.


Enclosure: Biographical information on Longinovic.


Filed with Lushington, Beatrice.


Filed with Lushington, Beatrice.


Enclosure: Life and the Ear [autobiography] by Alfred Tomatis and translated by Lushington (Ts, 8 pp).


Filed with Lushington, Beatrice.


Written on ALS, 2 pp from Steven Carter to Lyle (1991: May 19).


Written on TLS, 1 p from Frank E. Taplin to Lynes (1991: February 4).


Filed with Powell, William.


Enclosure: Makkai's resume.


Enclosure: Photograph.


Enclosure: Photograph.


Enclosure: Joy, Pride and Gratitude [speech] (Ts, 8 pp) and On the Importance of Knowledge [speech] (Ts, 8 pp) by Marston.


Written on Some Thoughts on Alzheimer's Disease: The Good and the Bad [speech] by Marston (Ts, 5 pp).


Enclosure: List of Martin's publications.


Enclosure: TLS, 1 p from Mason to Centurions (1993: September 3) and The Restoration of the Century [essay] by Brendan Gill (Ts, 2 pp).


Enclosure: TLS, 1 p from Herbert Brownell to Mason (1994: April 23).


Filed with Derveaux, Francois.


Enclosure: Masters' resume.


Written on Going to Cuba [essay] by Masters (Ts, 19 pp).


Enclosure: In Montaigne's Tower [essay] by Masters (Ts, 12 pp).


Enclosure: Obituaries of Ellen Masters.


Enclosure: TLS, 1 p from Masters to William Borders (1997: May 21).


Enclosure: ALS, 1 p from Alan Riding to Masters (1997: June 9).


Enclosure: Masters' resume.


Written on Meatloaf [story] by Masters (Ts, 13 pp).


Filed with Maxwell, Emmy.


Filed with Maxwell, Emmy.


Filed with Maxwell, Emmy.


Filed with Maxwell, Emmy.


Filed with McBurney, Remy.


Enclosure: TLS, 1 p from Eric Sevareid to McBurney (1986: March 13), TLS, 1 p from Richard Helms to McBurney (1986: March 13), and Recollections of Bengt C. Herder, a Longtime Associate of Clark's Now Residing in Washington, D.C. [essay] by Herder (Ts, 1 p).


Enclosure: ALS, 1 p from Bill Giradi to McClellan (1996: July 2).


Written on Goerge Santayana and Ezra Pound [essay] by McCormick (Ts, 11 pp). Published in American Literature: A Journal of Literary History, Criticism, and Bibliograph , Volume 54 (1982).


Enclosure: In Defense of Poesie and Bullfighting [essay] by McCormick (Ts, 7 pp).


Enclosure: The Last Puritan Once More [essay] by McCormick (Ts, 6 pp).


Enclosure: Notes on a War [essay] by McCormick (Ts, 21 pp).


Enclosure: Lorca in Our Time [essay] by McCormick (Ts, 4 pp).


Includes TL, 1 p from McCormick to Smith (2000: February 14).


Filed with Schmidt, Hardee M.


Enclosure: TLS, 1 p from Tomasz Mirkowicz to McGonigle (1987: January 31).


Enclosure: ALS, 1 p from McGonigle to Steve Moore (1991: March 16).


Enclosure: Photograph.


Written on Private Lives [essay] by Peter Meinke (Ts, 1 p).


Enclosure: The Spright of Delight [poem] (Ts, 1 p) and April [poem] (Ts, 1 p) by Menashe.


Enclosure: The Dolphins [poem] by Richard Harteis (Ts, 1 p).


Enclosure: TL, 2 pp.


Includes Hold the Gush [essay] by Meyers (Ts, 4 pp).


Enclosure: A Life of George Orwell [essay] by Meyers (Ts, 7 pp) and Meyers biographical information.


Enclosure: TL, 1 p from Meyers to Mr. Lelyveld (1999: March 29) and Repeating the Old Lies [essay] by Meyers (Ts, 4 pp).


Enclosure: On Visting the Lycee Library, 24 September 1990 [poem] by Migreene (Ts, 1 p).


Includes For Wystan on the 50th Anniversary of His First Published Book [poem] (Ts, 1 p) and Trip [poem] (Ts, 1 p) by Miller.


Includes Doorstep [poem] by Miller (Ts, 1 p).


Enclosure: Mitgang's resume.


Enclosure: TLS, 1 p from Modugno to Anne Posega (1998: August 17).


Includes Pebble [poem] by Michael Dennis Browne (Ts, 1 p).


Enclosure: Poetry: The Next Decade [essay] (Ts, 1 p), Tristram on Mathematics: A Poet's View [essay] (Ts, 18 pp), and The No Self, the Little Self, and the Poets [essay] (Ts, 10 pp) by Moore. Also includes Autobiography of a Mouse [foreward] by Howard Nemerov (Ts, 1 p).


Enclosure: We Shall Overcome [poem] by Moore (Ts, 1 p).


Enclosure: Three photographs.


Enclosure: My Romanian Holiday [essay] by Morse (Ts, 6 pp).


Co-signed by Sally Luten Morse.


Co-signed by Sally Luten Morse.


Co-signed by Sally Luten Morse.


Co-signed by Sally Luten Morse.


Co-signed by Sally Luten Morse.


Filed with Morse, Sally Luten.


Filed with Morse, Sally Luten.


Enclosure: TL, 1 p from Polly Platt to Morse (2002: March 8).


Enclosure: Memorial program for Henry C. Mueller.


Includes The Flying-Fox Dreaming [poem] by Murray (Ts, 1 p).


Enclosure: Nash's resume.


Filed with Lea, Baechler.


Filed with Newman, Charles.


Includes Shutting the Curtains [poem] by Noll (Ts, 1 p).


Includes In Order to Tread the Dawn [poem] by Noll (Ts, 1 p).


Enclosure: An Interview with President Maggie O'Brien [interview] by Bobby W. Austin (Ts, 3 pp). Published in Hollins , Volume 42, Number 2 (February 1992).


Enclosure: Information from the Author's Guild.


Enclosure: Memorial service program for John Parker.


Enclosure: Josephine Miles as Colleague [essay] by Parkinson (Ts, 6 pp) and Parkinson's resume.


Enclosure: National Endowment for the Arts grant application for "The Poet and the Past."


Enclosure: TLS, 1 p from Charles Apfelbaum to Payne (1990: February 16), TLS, 1 p., w/encl. from Denises Coleman to Payne (1986: December 18), and an appraisal of Robert Payne's personal papers.


Enclosure: TL, 1 p from Phillabaum to Florence Feiler (1984: April 30), TLS, 2 pp from Feiler to Phillabaum (1984: April 24), TL, 1 p from Phillabaum to Clara Selborn (1984: June 5), and TLS, 1 p from Selborn to Phillabaum (1984: May 13).


Includes Joyous Young Pine [poem] by Phillips (Ts, 2 pp).


Enclosure: Baltimore & Ohio R.R. [poem] (Ts, 1 p), The Hole [poem] (Ts, 1 p), and The Ride [poem] (Ts, 1 p) by Phillips.


Enclosure: After the Crash [poem] by Phillips (Ts, 1 p).


Includes Letter to My Mother [poem] by Phillips (Ts, 2 pp).


Enclosure: Phillips's resume.


Written on You're Not Getting Older, You're Getting Better [essay] by Phillips (Ts, 6 pp).


Filed with Lea, Baechler.


Written on flyer for a reception for the Poets House.


Written on The Pleasures of Formal Poetry [review] by Elizabeth Frank (Ts, 5 pp). Review of Smith's The World Below the Window: Poems 1937-1997 .


Filed with Playfair, Giles.


Filed with Playfair, Ann.


Written on TLS, 1 p from Smith to Pospeshil (1981: November 7).


Enclosures: Letters from Powell's students at Norwood-Fontbonne Academy. Also, includes unidentified letter from Farrar, Straus & Giroux.


Filed with Salomon, I.L.


Enclosure: "What is the opposite of Tate?" [poem] by Richard Wilbur (Ts, 1 p).


Enclosure: Perfect Lives: Portraits [poems] by Smith (Ts, 2 pp).


Enclosure: The Players [poem] by Smith (Ts, 2 pp).


Written on Midwest Winds [collection of poem] by Ra (Ts, 22 pp).


Enclosure: When Autumn Comes [poem] by Ra (Ts, 1 p).


Enclosure: "Autography" love rhymes by Ra.


Enclosure: Christmas, 1984 [poem] by Randall (Ts, 1 p).


Written on Yellowstone Burning [poem] by Randall (Ts, 1 p).


Written on Seasons & Greetings [poem] by Randall (Ts, 1 p).


Enclosure: TLS, 1 p from Robert J. Bertholf to Holly Hall (1988: March 8) and Snow [poem] by Smith (Ts, 1 p).


Enclosure: Marcus Tiro [story] by Ray (Ts, 13 pp).


Enclosure: Library National Council Meeting agenda.


Enclosure: The Farm [poem] by Smith (Ts, 1 p).


Enclosure: The Players [poem] (Ts, 2 pp), Litany for a Rainy Night [poem] (Ts, 1 p), On the Death of a Poet's Infant Son [poem] (Ts, 1 p), and Pomegranates [poem] (Ts, 1p ) by Smith.


Filed with Rickey, Edith Leighton.


Enclosure: Poetry and Change: Josephine Miles (1911-1985) [essay] by Ridland (Ts, 4 pp).


Enclosure: To Helen [poem] by Ridland (Ts, 1 p).


Enclosure: Dear Absolute [poem] by Ridland (Ts, 2 pp).


Enclosure: 70 Dogrills for 70! - Count'em! [poem] by Ridland (Ts, 2 pp).


Enclosure: Photograph.


Enclosure: TL, 3 pp from Richard Harteis to Smith (n.d.).


Enclosure: The Rise and Fall of the Swagger Stick [poem] by Smith (Ts, 2 pp).


Enclosure: Photocopies of In the South Bronx of America with photographs by Rosenthal and Displaced catalogue of Rosenthal photographs from the DuBois Gallery at Lehigh University.


Enclosure: TLS, 1 p from Smith to Selma Tuttie (1986: January 6).


Enclosure: Flyer for a reading by Smith and Sonja Haussmann Smith.


Enclosure: In Celebration of the Establishment of the Shincho Professorship of Japanese Literature and In Honor of Donald Keene the First Holder of the Shincho Chair program.


Enclosure: Bottles [poem] (Ts, 7 pp), Casket Closed [poem] (Ts, 3 pp), Got [poem] (Ts, 2 pp), The Nowhere Steps: Uxmal, Sayil, Chichen-Itza [poem] (Ts, 4 pp), and My Quarrel with Thoreau [poem] (Ts, 2 pp) by Rudman.


Enclosure: TL, 2 pp from Boris Zakhoder to Rudolph (1987: August 30).


Enclosure: TLS, 1 p from Alan Benjamin to Rudolph (n.d.).


Enclosure: Venice in Winter [poem] by Russell (Ts, 1 p) and Cino De Pistoia [poem] translated by Russell (Ts, 1 p).


Enclosure: Fragmenta Quintilii Apocalypseos [poem] (Ts, 2 pp) and The Pool at the Bend in the Stream [poem] (Ts, 1 p) by Russell.


Enclosure: Catalog and other information about an exhibit featuring works from the Sackner's Archive of Concrete and Visual Poetry.


Filed with Salisbury, Charlotte.


Includes Autumnal Epigrams [poem] by Antonio Rinaldi and translated by Salomon (Ts, 2 pp).


Enclosure: Mario Luzi: In the Dark Body of Metamorphosis [essay] by Robert M. Adams (Ts, 2 pp).


Enclosure: Salomon's resume.


Includes on ACS, 1 p from Gaetano Prampolini to Smith.


Enclosure: Salomon's resume.


Written on On Returning to Husband While Approaching My Seventieth Year, After Fifteen Days in The Peoples Republic of China (Following a Joint Venture Businessperson) [poem] by Sandburg (Ts, 3 pp).

Enclosure: Photograph.


Enclosure: The Romance of the Responsible Mouse in Two Chapters [poem] by Sandburg (Ts, 1 p).


Written on the program for the 20th Annual Kent Road Film Festival.


Enclosure: On Returning to Husband While Approaching My Seventieth Year, After Fifteen Days in The Peoples Republic of China (Following a Joint Venture Businessperson) [poem] by Sandburg (Ts, 3 pp).


Enclosure: Poem for My Husband on His 85th Birthday Which He Didn't Quite Make [poem] by Sandburg (Ts, 1 p).


Enclosure: Caging the Pipsissewa [poem] by Sandburg (Ts, 1 p) and The Last Bedtime Story and A Costa Rican Honeymoon [essay] by George Crile, Jr. (Ts, 16 pp).


Written on A Pure Act [poem] by Sandburg (Ts, 1 p).


Written on O, Let Us Praise It! [poem] by Sandburg (Ts, 1 p).


Enclosure: Jack and the Moon [poem] (Ts, 1 p) and The Dog and the Baby Rabbit [poem] (Ts, 1 p) by Sandburg.


Includes Jack and the Moon [poem] by Sandburg (Ts, 1 p).


Filed with Sanderson, Gail.


Filed with Sanderson, Gail.


Filed with Sanderson, Gail.


Filed with Sanderson, Gail.


Filed with Sanger, Alexander.


Written TLS, 1 p from James Smith to the Friends of New England College Library (1974: December).


Enclosure: Program for a celebration for David McCord.


Filed with Schaffner, John.


Enclosure: Louise Bogan: A Reminiscence [essay] by Schechter (Ts, 8 pp).


Enclosure: A Film [poem] by Alain Bosquet and translated by Smith. Published in The New Yorker .


Written on The Other Side of Humankind [poem] (Ts, 1 p), Lost Unity [poem] (Ts, 1 p), and Moon [poem] (Ts, 1 p) by Schulman. Published in The Hudson Review , Vol. XXVII, No. 2 (Summer 1974).

Enclosure: Metamorphosis [poem] by Schulman (Ts, 1 p). Published in The Hudson Review , Vol. XXVI, No. 4 (Winter 1973-74).


Enclosure: Slavitt Bash Book News , July 1994.


Scott's resume.


Enclosure: Checklist of Nathan A. Scott, Jr.'s published work, 1950-1990.


Filed with Scott, Charlotte.


Enclosure: Orwell's Legacy [essay] by Scott (Ts, 19 pp).


Written on The House of Intellect in an Age of Carnival: Some Hermeneutical Reflections [essay] by Scott (Ts, 20 pp).


Filed with Scott, Charlotte.


Filed with Scott, Charlotte.


Filed with Scott, Charlotte.


Enclosure: Ralph Ellison [essay] by Scott (Ts, 4 pp). Published in Callaloo .


Enclosure: Bibliographies of the candidates for the National Medal for Literature.


Enclosure: Three photographs.


With ALS, 1 p from Smith to Sesar (2003: December 11).


Enclosure: Brochure for a symposium: "Dominican Writers in the Context of the Americas."


Written on TLS, 1 p from Karl Shapiro to Virginia Dajani.


Written on January: A Fresh Start [poem] by possibly Robert Shaw (Ts, 1 p).


Enclosure: Newspaper clippings.


Enclosure: Information on Levente Osztovits.


Enclosure: Information on Carlos Alberts Vogt.


Enclosure: Biographical information on Eleanor Munro.


Enclosure: Agadir by Artur Lundkvist and translated by Sjoberg and Smith [review] by Judith Moffeti (Ts, 3 pp). Published in Modern Poetry in Translation , No. 41-42 (March 1981). Also, An Interview with Joyce Carol Oates [interview] by Sjoberg (Ts, 8 pp). Published in Contemporary Literature , 1982.


Enclosure: Translations of Harry Martinson poems by Sjoberg and Smith.


Enclosure: Translations of Harry Martinson poems by Sjoberg and Smith.


Enclosure: Translations of Harry Martinson poems by Sjoberg and Smith.


Written on A Remarkable Transparency: The Poetry of Harry Martinson [essay] by Sjoberg (Ts, 2 pp).


Filed with Espmark, Kjell.


Enclosure: Lucian Avramesu interview with Smith (Ts, 6 pp) and TL, 3 pp from Avramesu to Smith (n.d.).


Filed with Smith, James Morton.


Enclosure: (ALS, 2 pp)


Enclosure: Review of Ho For a Hat! from School Library Journal .


Filed with Massany, Mrs.


Filed with Massany, Mrs.


Enclosure: "What is the opposite of Tate?" [poem] by Richard Wilbur (Ts, 1 p).

Filed with Pritchard, William H.


Enclosure: Dear Parra [poem] (Ts, 5 pp) by Spanel.


Enclosure: Metamorphosis [poem] (Ts, 1 p), This Pain [poem] (Ts, 1 p), Cursing [poem] (Ts, 1 p), "The Waitress Comes with the Salad" [poem] (Ts, 1 p), The Doe [poem] (Ts, 1 p), Autumn Walk [poem] (Ts, 1 p), The Victim [poem] (Ts, 1 p), and Peas [poem] (Ts, 1 p) by Spireng.


Enclosure: Poems by Steele, 11 pp.


Filed with Jay, Peter.


Enclosure: Information on Ratko Adamovic.


Enclosure: Josephine Jacobsen Nomination: Statement by Elisabeth Stevens for a Senior Fellowship for Literature from the National Endowment for the Arts.


Enclosure: Copies of obituaries and a program for a memorial service for Everett E. Stevenson.


Enclosure: The Woldpen Poems [article] by Still (Ts, 1 p). Published in the Los Angeles Times , December 17, 1986.


Enclosure: TLS, 1 p from Stillman to The New Yorker Poetry Editor (2001: January 10) and Poets & Crocodiles [poem] (Ts, 1 p), Oysters [poem] (Ts, 1 p), The Gift [poem] (Ts, 1 p), Memo [poem] (Ts, 1 p), Sonny Rollins on the Williamsburg Bridge [poem] (Ts, 1 p), and Sea Nymph [poem] (Ts, 1 p) by Stillman.


Enclosure: Nights Along the River [poem] by Sullivan (Ts, 1 p).


Enclosure: Poems entered in the American Foundation for the Arts "light verse" poetry contest.


Enclosure: Poems entered in the American Foundation for the Arts "light verse" poetry contest.


Enclosure: Poems entered in the American Foundation for the Arts "light verse" poetry contest.


Enclosure: TLS, 2 pp from Stuart Hampshire to Smith (1974: November).


Filed with Beliczay, L.


Enclosure: Three Silences in Thailand [poem] (Ts, 1 p), Adam and His Father [poem] (Ts, 1 p), The Landlady and the Mangosteens [poem] (Ts, 1 p), Thriller: Michael Jackson in Bangkok [poem] (Ts, 1 p), The Cambodian Box [poem] (Ts, 1 p), The Garden [poem] (Ts, 1 p), Women: Songkhla, Thailand [poem] (Ts, 1 p), Malacca [poem] (Ts, 1 p), The Beast [poem] (Ts, 2 pp), Trekking Among the Thai Hill Tribes [poem] (Ts, 1 p), Charlie [poem] (Ts, 1 p), Henry Moore's Statue at Lincoln Center [poem] (Ts, 1 p), The Architect [poem] (Ts, 1 p), The Floating Mormon [poem] (Ts, 1 p), Madness [poem] (Ts, 1 p), The Song of the Mad Woman's Song [poem] (Ts, 1 p), The Mad Woman's Song [poem] (Ts, 1 p), A Yellow Coin [poem] (Ts, 1 p), The Chinese Laundryman [poem] (Ts, 1 p) by Swenson.


Enclosure: Swenson's proposal for the Bellagio Center.


Enclosure: Trekking Among the Thai Hill Tribes [poem] (Ts, 1 p), The Beast [poem] (Ts, 2 pp), The Cambodian Box [poem] (Ts, 1 p), Beachcombing on Tioman Island [poem] (Ts, 1 p), Adam and His Father [poem] (Ts, 1 p), The Garden [poem] (Ts, 1 p), Three Silences in Thailand [poem] (Ts, 1 p), Trekking the Hills of Northern Thailand [poem] (Ts, 1 p), The Wicked King [poem] (Ts, 1 p), and Thriller: Michael Jackson in Bangkok by Swenson.


Written on photocopy of the article, "Beach Idyll in Indonesia" by Swenson in the New York Times , October 25, 1987.


Written on a photograph.


Enclosure: To the Morgan Horse [poem] by Smith (Ts, 1 p).


Enclosure: Richard Harteis's work plan for a John Simon Guggenheim Memorial Foundation grant.


Enclosure: A Slew of Sloughs [poem] (Ts, 1 p) and Ou Sont Les Nids D'Antan? [poem] (Ts, 1 p) by Taplin.


Includes The Circle of Freedom [poem] by Tart (Ts, 1 p).


Includes draft of an acceptance speech for the National Medal for Literature Award which Smith accepted for Tate.


Enclosure: TLS, 1 p from Helen Tate to Smith (n.d.) and revised draft of acceptance speech for the National Medal for Literature Award.


Enclosure: Photocopies of photographs of Smith and others.


Enclosure: An Artist from Another Place: Arshile Gorky, 1904-1948 [poem] (Ts, 3 pp), My Dear Sister Hannah [poem] (Ts, 7 pp), and Brilliance [poem] (Ts, 3 pp) by Taylor.


Enclosure: Upon Receiving a Copy of My Daughter's Ph.d Thesis [poem] (Ts, 1 p), The Italian China Cat Bank [poem] (Ts, 1 p), Arrangements [poem] (Ts, 1 p), The Toast [poem] (Ts, 1 p), The Gentleman [poem] (Ts, 1 p), From Revolutionary Sketches [poem] (Ts, 1 p), Autumn [poem] (Ts, 1 p), River Cruise: The "Delta Queen" [poem] (Ts, 1 p), Voices, Suburbia [poem] (Ts, 1 p) and The Secret [poem] (Ts, 1p) by Terris.


Enclosure: Information on Thoby-Marcelin and 18 poems by Thoby-Marcelin.


Enclosure: Poems in French by Tixier.


Enclosure: TLS, 2 pp from Trani to Faculty and Staff at the University of Missouri - Kansas City (1986: July 11).


Enclosure: Photograph.


Enclosure: The Queen of the Nile [poem] by Ujifusa (Auto, 1 p), The Closing of the Rodeo [poem] by Smith (Ts, 1 p), TL, 1 p from Ujifusa to Mrs. Alessandro (1993: November 30), and biographical information.


Filed with Goldemberg, Isaac.


Includes TLS from Tünde Vajda on recto.


Missing other possible pages.


Filed with Vajda, Miklos.


Filed with Vajda, Miklos.


Enclosure: Three photographs of Van Dyke, John Bayley, and Iris Murdoch and the article, "An Oxford Union" from The New Yorker , February 19, 1996.


Enclosure: The Passing of Hare-Brain Rabbit by Veazey, Sticks , No. 1 (1992) and Sticks , No. 2 (1994).


Enclosure: "greetings, my brothers -- dead birds" [poem] by Vlasenko and translated by Ron Vroom (Ts, 3 pp).


Includes TNS, 1 p by Smith requesting letter be made part of his application for a Jules Laforgue translation grant.


Filed in Series I. 1. b. Personal and Professional Correspondence from Smith; To: Untermeyer, Louis.


Enclosure: Information on Adelia Prado.


Enclosure: Eight [story] by Watson (Ts, 33 pp).


Enclosure: Piggly Wiggly [poem] by Weaver (Ts, 1 p).


Enclosure: Smith family reunion information.


Enclosure: Karen Swenson's resume.


Written on program for the Presidential Medal of Freedom.


Filed in Series XI.1 Manuscripts by Others.


Enclosure: TLS, 1 p from Joan K. Davidson to Wen-chung (1975: December 4) and TLS, 2 pp from Martin E. Segal to Wen-chung (1976; January 2).


Enclosure: Program for a concert, The music of Chou Wen-Chung, and xeroxes of reviews.


Filed with Green, Hannah.


Filed with Green, Hannah.


Includes Yuletide in October [poem] by Wessel (Ts, 1 p).


Enclosure: TLS, 1 p from Westgate to Smith (1986: January 24).


Enclosure: By Daylight and In Dream [poem] by Wheelock (Ts, 5 pp).


Co-signed by Phyllis Wheelock.


Filed with Wilbur, Richard.


Filed with Wilbur, Richard.


Filed with Wilbur, Richard.


Inlcudes Signatures [poem] by Wilbur (Ts, 2 pp).


Includes "Becasue he is velly good egg" [poem] by Wilbur (Ts, 1 p).


With ALS, 1 p on recto.

Includes Renaissance [poem] by Wilbur (Ts, 1 p).


Includes Joesph Brodsky [poem] by Wilbur (Ts, 1 p).


Enclosure: Fabrications [poem] by Wilbur (Ts, 1 p).


Enclosure: Commencement Verses [poem] by Seamus Heaney (Ts, 10 pp).


Enclosure: In Memory of Bill Cole [poem] by Seamus Heaney (Ts, 1 p).


Enclosure: Divorce [poem] by Wooten (Ts, 1 p).


Enclosure: TLS, 1 p from Yager to Virginia Creeden (1990: November 20).


Enclosure: Keep in Touch [poem] by Young (Ts, 1 p).


Filed with Zeisler, Peter.


Filed with Zeisler, Peter.


Enclosure: Slide Show [poem] (Ts, 1 p), Sands of Iwo Jima [poem] (Ts, 1 p), Five Notes on a Settling Life [poem] (Ts, 1 p), Entrance to the Old Cracow Ghetta [poem] (Ts, 1 p), The Shape of Desiring [poem] (Ts, 1 p), On Seeing a Life Pinched by Circumstance [poem] (Ts, 1 p), Double [poem] (Ts, 1 p), Mad in Italy [poem] (Ts, 1 p), Moriah [poem] (Ts, 2 pp), In Memory of Antoine de St. - Exupery [poem] (Ts, 1 p), Gate of Horn [poem] (Ts, 1 p), The Womb of Time [poem] (Ts, 1 p), Origin Obscure [poem] (Ts, 2 pp), and Thunderbolt [poem] (Ts, 2 pp) by Zucker.


Consists of itemized personal and professional correspondence from Smith, arranged alphabetically.


Enclosure: William Jay Smith [blurb] by Richard Wilbur (Ts, 1 p).


Filed with Arnbak, Birthe.


Enclosure: There Was a Place and Other Poems by Myra Cohn Livingston [blurb] by Smith (Ts, 1 p).


Filed with Segal, William.


Filed with Segal, William.


Enclosure: John Hopkins Heires (1918-1988) [essay] by Smith (Ts, 1 p).


Enclosure: The Pasternak Centennial Celebration [essay] by Smith (Ts, 10 pp).


Enclosure: Take My Word For It by Nina Cassian [review] by Smith (Ts, 1 p).


Filed with Epstein, Daniel Mark.


Written on TLS, 1 p from Brooks to Smith.

Filed with Series I. 1. a. Personal and Professional Correspondence to Smith; Brooks, Roger L.


Enclosure: Hammock Land by Irv Broughton [review] by Smith (Ts, 1 p).


Enclosure: The Heisenberg Variations by John Bricuth [review] by Smith (Auto, 3 pp) and John R. Reed [review] by Smith (Auto, 3 pp).


Enclosure: Jean Burden [blurb] by Smith (Ts, 1 p).


Enclosure: A Nonsense Clutch of Nine Clerihews for the Nine Decades of Malcolm Cowley's Productive Life [poem] by Smith (Ts, 1 p).


With ANS from Celli on the same page.


Enclosure: TLS, 1 p from Ruth Limmer to Norman Altman (1989: March 20).


Enclosure: Smith's choice for the winners and honorable mentions for the Irene Leache Contest for Light Verse, with comments on the poems.


Enclosure: Little Bells [poem] by Yevgeny Yevtushenko and translated by Smith (Ts, 1 p).


Enclosure: Robert Frost: A Biography by Jeffrey Meyers [review] by Smith (Ts, 1 p).


Enclosure: The Scorpion's Dark Dance by Alfredo De Palchi [review] by Smith (Ts, 1 p).


Enclosure: Presentation to Ethelyn Atha Chase of the Award for Distinguished Service to the Arts by William Jay Smith [essay] by Smith (Ts, 1 p).


Filed with Taylor, Alexander.


Filed with Taylor, Alexander.


Enclosure: Harry Duncan's obituary from the New York Times , April 23, 1997.


Enclosure: Ralph Ellison [essay] by Smith (Ts, 1 p).


Enclosure: Boris Zakhoder [blurb] by Smith (Ts, 1 p).


Enclosure: Eudora Welty, Novelist and Short-Story Writer [blurb] by Smith (Ts, 1 p).


Filed with Frosch, William.


Filed with Frosch, William.


Filed with Jurist, Janet.


Enclosure: TLS, 1 p from James Thomas Flexner to Gelfand, biographical information and a selection of poems by Flexner.


Enclosure: After the Hurrican [essay] by Smith (Ts and Auto, 3 pp).


Enclosure: TL, 1 p from Smith to the Century Association (1985: September 6).


Enclosure: Woman at the Piano [poem] by Smith (Ts, 1 p).


Enclosure: On the Death of a Poet's Infant Son [poem] by Smith (Ts, 2 pp).


David Smith's Pine Cobble School graduation program.


Includes notes by Smith.


Includes notes by Smith.


Enclosure: Information about Marielle Bancou-Segal's Venice in the Fog .


Enclosure: Butterfly [poem] (Ts, 1 p), A Drawing [poem] (Ts, 1 p), The Plane is Late [poem] (Ts, 1 p), and Dandelion Bone [poem] (Ts, 1 p) by Boris Christov and translated by Smith.


Enclosure: Robert E. Hayden's obituary from the New York Times , September 27, 1980.


Enclosure: Gardens [poem] by Smith (Ts, 2 pp) and Pushcart Prize material.


Enclosure: Burton Hersh [blurb] by Smith (Ts, 1 p).


Filed with Hoechstelter, Marissa.


Enclosure: Daniel Hoffman [blurb] by Smith (Ts, 1 p).


Enclosure: Selected Poems of Thorkild Bjornvig translated by Marilyn Nelson Waniek [review] by Smith (Ts, 2 pp).


Filed with Stern, Peter.


Enclosure: TLS, 1 p from Joshee to Frank (1979: December 2).


Enclosure: The Pasternak Centennial Celebrations [essay] by Smith (Ts, 13 pp).


Enclosure: E.E. Cummings: Lyric Mentor [essay] by Smith (Ts, 4 pp).


Enclosure: The Bryant Cottage in Cummington [essay] by Smith (Ts, 7 pp).


Enclosure: Norbert Krapf [blurb] by Smith (Ts, 1 p).


Enclosure: John Logan [blurb] by Smith (Ts, 1 p).


Filed with McCormick, John.


Filed with McCormick, John.


Enclosure: Answers to MacInnes's questions about teaching and writing, 3 pp.


Filed with McCormick, John.


Enclosure: Answers to MacInnes's questions about teaching and writing, 3 pp.


Filed with MacInnes, Mairi.


Enclosure: The Corpse Dream of N. Petkov by Thomas McGonigle [review] by Smith (Ts, 1 p).


Enclosure: Notes toward a New York Times obituary for John McLennan by Smith.


Enclosure: Material from Music at La Gesse Foundation, 1982.


Enclosure: Washington University Libraries' Library News and Views , October 1994.


Enclosure: Photocopy of The Nation , September 1988.


Filed with Chase, Edward.


Enclosure: Joesphine Jacobsen [blurb] by Mona Van Duyn (Ts, 1 p).


Filed with Garrett, George.


Enclosure: On Glory Roads: A Pilgrim's Book about Pilgrimage by Eleanor Munro [review] by Smith (Ts, 1 p).


Enclosure: Life...Is Remembering Having Wakened [poem] (Ts, 1 p), Interior [poem] (Ts, 1 p), The Little Venetian Square [poem] (Ts, 1 p), On the Pier the Wind Blows Hard [poem] (Ts, 1 p), The Swimmers [poem] (Ts, 1 p), School [poem] (Ts, 1 p), The Sea is Completely Blue [poem] (Ts, 1 p), and Down There [poem] (Ts, 1 p) by Sandro Penna and translated by Smith.

Enclosure: The Beach [poem] (Ts, 1 p), It's Perhaps the Boredom [poem] (Ts, 1 p), Poet in Black [poem] (Ts, 1 p), First Fear [poem] (Ts, 1 p), Second Fear [poem] (Ts, 1 p), and Growth [poem] by Vittoric Sereni and translated by Smith.


Filed with Little, Lester.


Enclosure: The Cyclists [poem] by Smith (Ts, 1 p).


Enclosure: Wedding Song [poem] by Smith (Ts, 1 p).


Enclosure: Selection from Poems from France by Smith.


Filed with Chase, Lyn.


Enclosure: Being a Boy by Paxton Davis [review] by Smith (Ts, 1 p).


Enclosure: Lines to Himself on the Completion of His Fifty-first Book [poem] by Smith (Auto, 1 p).


Includes TLS, 1 p from Sonja Smith to Service.


Enclosure: TLS, 1 p from Stanley Moss to Shinder (1980: July 7), TLS, 1 p from Stanley Kunitz to unidentified (1979: May 12), and ALS, 1 p from Alan Dugan to Shinder (n.d.).


Enclosure: Nomination excerpt for Dana Gioia for MacArthur Fellowship.


Enclosure: Notes on Elizabeth Spencer.


Enclosure: Announcement of Jean Haussmann's death.


Filed with Martens, Esther.


Enclosure: Statement of project for an Ingram Merrill grant.


Filed with Kessler, Edward.


Filed with Gergely, Clara.


The letters below were originally housed in its own slipcase box located at end of series. Also includes a photograph of Smith and Louis Untermeyer (1960: July) and TCS, 1 p from Raymond Washburne to Smith (1962: September 25).


Enclosure: The Tin Can [poem] (Ts, 5 pp) and Epitaph of Governor Ross Barnett [poem] (Ts., 1 p) by Smith.


Enclosure: What Train Will Come? [poem] by Smith (Ts., 3 pp). Published in The New Republic .


Enclosure: June '68 [poem] by Andrei Voznesensky and translated by Smith (Ts, 1 p), Fishing for Albacore [poem] by Smith (Ts, 4 pp), and On the Seventy-Seventh Birthday of General Charles de Gaulle [poem] by Smith (Ts, 1 p).


Enclosure: Memory of Snow [poem] (Ts, 1 p), Like Smoking Gravediggers [poem] (Ts, 1 p), The Look-Out Tower [poem] (Ts, 1 p), Tar Seal [poem] (Ts, 1 p), For Our Tenth Anniversary [poem] (Ts, 1 p), It Is to Die that I Keep Walking Near You [poem] (Ts, 1 p), and The Sunday Before Christmas [poem] (Ts, 1 p) by Sandor Csoori and translated by Smith.


Enclosure: Josephine Jacoben [blurb] by Van Duyn (Ts, 1 p).


Filed with Tart, Indrek.


Written on "Jane, dear Jane" [poem] by Smith (Auto, 1 p).


Filed with Thome, Ann.


Enclosure: An Ode to Helen Houghton on Her Sixtieth Birthday [poem] by Smith (Ts, 1 p).


Enclosure: An Ode to Helen Houghton on Her Sixtieth Birthday [poem] by Smith (Ts, 1 p).


Filed with Cullinan, Bernice.


Enclosure: Biographical information on Morris Gelfand.


Sent to Ernest Thomas Thorsby III.


Enclosure: What Train Will Come? [poem] by Smith (Ts, 4 pp) and commentary on Wertsch's selection of his work to be used in her anthology, Voices From Within the Fortress .


Enclosure: Statement of project for an Ingram Merrill grant (Ts, 1 p)


Enclosure: Josephine Jacobsen [blurb] by Smith, (Ts, 1 p).


Enclosure: Kenneth Wilson [blurb] by Smith, (Auto, 1 p).


Enclosure: Unicorn [poem] (Ts, 1 p), The Toaster [poem] (Ts, 1 p), and Seal [poem] (Ts, 1 p) by Smith.


Enclosure: Muriel [poem] (Ts, 3 pp) by Ruy Belo and translated by Smith, Map [poem] (Ts, 1 p), Childhood [poem] (Ts, 1 p), Mildew [poem] (Ts, 1 p), Psalm [poem] (Ts, 1 p) by Carlos de Oliveira and translated by Smith, and a biographical blurb.


Consists of correspondence concerning the translation of Smith children's poems sung in Novosibrisk, Russia. Includes letter from Mrs. Bing Crosby, her niece, and actors at the Red Torch Theater.


Consists of correspondence celebrating Smith's 60th, 70th, and 80th birthdays.


Consists of correspondence between people other than Smith.


Enclosure: A Major Work [music score], text by William Meredith and music by David Heinick (Ts(x), 6pp).


The letters below were originally housed in its own slipcase box located at end of series.


Enclosures: TL, 1 p (1972: January 25) and TLS, 1 p (1972: March 14).


Filed with Smith, Sonja Haussmann.


Written on Shannon's valedictory remarks, Century Twenty-One Conference of Rhodes Scholars Class of 1947.


Enclosure: The Dolphin [poem] by Thorkild Bjornvig (Ts(x), 7pp), translated by Smith and Sjoberg.


Enclosure: The Closing of the Rodeo [poem] by Smith (Ts(x), 1 p).


Consists of itemized business correspondence to and from Smith, arranged chronologically.


Consists of general business correspondence. Includes correspondence with magazines, permission requests, requests for letters of reference, miscellaneous travel business, correspondence with various literary groups and associations, and miscellaneous notes by Smith. Arranged chronologically.


See also Series XII.1.a Poet's Corner.


Consists of general business correspondence without dates.


Miscellaneous envelopes from Smith's correspondence.


Consists of material towards published collections of poetry and includes correspondence with publishers and editors, drafts of manuscripts, editorial matter, miscellaneous notes and publication material.


Consists of material toward The Traveler's Tree: New and Selected Poems (New York: Persea Books, 1980).


Consists of material toward Poems: 1947-1957 (Boston: Little, Brown, 1957).


Consists of material toward The Tin Can and Other Poems (New York: Delacorte Press, 1966).


Consists of material toward Collected Poems, 1939-1989 (New York : C. Scribner's Sons, 1990).


Consists material toward The Bead Curtain: Calligrams (Florence: E. Ariani and L'Arte della Stampe, [1957]).


Consists of material toward Typewriter Birds (New York: Caliban Press, 1954).


Consists of material toward The Girl in the Glass: Love Poems (New York: Turtle Point Press, 2002).


Consists of material toward Typewriter Town (New York: Dutton, 1960).


Located in oversize, Box 321.


Consists of material toward published translations by Smith, including correspondence with publishers, editors and others, drafts of manuscripts, editorial matter and miscellaneous notes and publication material.


Consists of material toward The Pact: My Friendship with Isak Dinesen by Thorkild Bjornvig, translated from the Danish by Ingvar Schousboe and Smith with an introduction by Smith (Baton Rouge at London: Louisiana State University, 1983).


Consists of material toward Life Sentence: Selected Poems (New York : W.W. Norton, 1990) by Nina Cassian, edited and with translations and introduction by Smith.


Consists of material toward The Madman and the Medusa by Congolese novelist Tchikaya U Tam'Si, translated by Smith and Sonja Haussmann Smith. (Charlottesville: University Press of Virginia, 1989).


Consists of material toward Berlin: The City and the Court by Jules Laforgue, translated by Smith. (New York: Turtle Point Press, 1996).


Consists of material toward The Forest of Childhood: Poems from Sweden edited and translated by Smith and Leif Sjöberg. (Minneapolis, MN: New Rivers Press, 1996).


Includes notes and drafts in separate folders for the poets listed below.


Consists of material toward Wild Bouquet: Nature Poems by Harry Martinson, translated and with an introduction by Smith and Leif Sjöberg. (Kansas City, MO: BKMK Press, College of Arts and Sciences, University of Missouri-Kansas City, 1985).


Consists of material toward Christopher Columbus by Charles Bertin, translated by Smith. ([Providence, R.I.]: Stone House Press, 1992).


Located in oversize.


Consists of material toward Eternal Moment: Selected Poems by Sándor Weöres, edited by Miklós Vajda, foreword and translations by Smith and others. (St. Paul, MN: New Rivers Press, 1988).


Consists of material toward Moral Tales by Jules Laforgue, translated with an introduction by Smith. (New York: New Directions, 1985).


Located in oversize.


Consists of material toward Collected Translations: Italian, French, Spanish, Portuguese by Smith. (St. Paul, MN: New Rivers Press, 1985).


Consists of material toward Songs of Childhood by Federico Garcia Lorca, translated by Smith. (Roslyn: Stone House Press, 1994).


Consists of material toward Selected Writings of Jules Laforgue , translated and edited by Smith (New York: Grove Press, 1956).


Consists of material toward Dollar Road by Kjartan Flogstad, (Louisiana State University Press, 1989). Smith assisted in the translation of the poems Lullaby, Shipping out and Far-out ode. Winner of the Pegasus Prize.


Material toward translations of Jules Laforgue's Moral Tales , Berlin: The City and the Court , and Selected Writings of Jules Laforgue by Smith.


Located in oversize.


Consists of material toward children's books by Smith including manuscripts, drafts, correspondence and miscellaneous publication and editorial matter.


Consists of material toward Ho for a Hat! by Smith, illustrated by Lynn Munsinger, (Boston: Little, Brown and Company, 1989).


Two mock-ups located in oversize.


Consists of material toward Laughing Time: Collected Nonsense by Smith, (New York: Farrar Strauss Giroux, 1990).


One proof located in oversize.


Consists of material toward Birds and Beasts by Smith (Boston: David R Godine, 1990).


Consists of toward Big and Little by Smith, (Pennsylvania: Boyds Mills Press, 1992).


Consists of toward Around My Room by Smith, (New York : Farrar, Straus and Giroux, 2000).


Located in oversize.


Consists of material toward various other published works by Smith and includes drafts, notes, galleys and correspondence.


Consists of material toward Primitif Américain: Poèmes (Paris: Belfond, 1993) by Smith, translated Alain Bosquet. French translation of poems extracted from: Collected Poems, 1939-1989 by Smith (New York: Charles Scribner's Sons, 1990) and The Traveler's Tree: New and Selected Poems by Smith (New York: Persea Books, 1980).


Consists of material toward The Cyclist (Stone House Press, 1995) by Smith. Includes drafts, proofs, and translation into French by Sonja Haussman Smith.


Consists of material toward Venice in the Fog (Greensboro, NC: Unicorn Press, 1975) by Smith.


Consists of material toward Journey to the Dead Sea: A Poem (Abattoir Editions, University of Nebraska at Omaha, 1979) by Smith.


Consists of material toward Army Brat (New York: Persea Books, 1980) by Smith.


Map of the U.S. Military Reservation at Jefferson Barracks, Missouri 1919 located in oversize.


Consists of material toward Streaks of the Tulip: Selected Criticism (New York: Delacorte Press, 1972) by Smith.


Consists of material toward the performance of The Straw Market , a comedy written by Smith while serving as Hollins College writer-in-residence in 1966.


Located in Series XV.3 Reel-to-reels.


Consists of material toward Plain Talk: Epigrams, Epitaphs, Satires, Nonsense, Occasional, Concrete & Quotidian Poems (New York: Center for Book Arts, 1988) by Smith.


Located in oversize.


Consists of material toward The World Below the Window: Poems 1937-1997 (Baltimore, Md.: Johns Hopkins University Press, 1998) by Smith.


Consists of material toward The Spectra Hoax (Ashland, OR: Story Line Press, 2000) by Smith. Also includes some material from original 1961 edition.


Consists of drafts of poems by Smith.


Consists of Ts and Auto drafts of poems by Smith, arranged alphabetically by title or first line of poem.


For the 44th birthday of Donald Kummerfeld.


Filed in Series I.1.a Personal and Professional Correspondence to Smith; Lipkin, Catherine.


Filed in Series I.1.a Personal and Professional Correspondence to Smith; Lipkin, Catherine.


For Smith's mother Georgia on her 80th birthday.


Written for a gathering of the board members of the Academy of American Poets.


For Frank MacShane, founder and director of the Translation Center on the occasion of his retirement.


Written for a gathering of the board members of the Academy of American Poets.


For Benedict Kiely.


See also Series I.1.a Personal and Professional Correspondence to Smith; Ujifusa, Andrew.


For Charlee Wilbur's 70th birthday.


Filed in Series I. 1. b. Personal and Professional Correspondence from Smith; To: Phillips, Robert.


Limerick by Smith published in the New York Times Magazine , 1987.


Written jointly with Evelyn and Lewis Thompson, Betty and John Moore, Jo and Lex Allen, and Sonja Smith.


Filed in Series I.1.a Personal and Professional Correspondence to Smith; Lipkin, Catherine.


Filed in I. 1. b. Personal and Professional Correspondence from Smith, To: Untermeyer, Louis.


Filed in Series I.1.a Personal and Professional Correspondence to Smith; Richman, Robert.


Filed in I. 1. b. Personal and Professional Correspondence from Smith, To: Untermeyer, Louis.


For Richard Eberhart.


Filed in Series I.1.a Personal and Professional Correspondence to Smith; Lipkin, Catherine.


For Jean Haussmann, Smith's father-in-law.


For Lynn MacShane.


Published in Quarterly West .


For Stanley Kunitz on his 80th birthday.

See also Series I. 1. b. Personal and Professional Correspondence from Smith; To: Henderson, Bill.


Published in the Bennington Banner .


For Giles and Ann Playfair's 25th wedding anniversary.


Includes memorial invitation.


Filed in Series I.1.a Personal and Professional Correspondence from Smith; To: Viggiani, Jane.


Written for a gathering of the board members of the Academy of American Poets.


For Ruth Sackner's birthday.


Filed in Series I.1.a Personal and Professional Correspondence from Smith; To: Scotch, Ben.


Filed in Series I.1.a Personal and Professional Correspondence to Smith; Richman, Robert.


Published in The Circus Book . Includes correspondence.


For Sonja Smith's 74th birthday.


Written for a gathering of the board members of the Academy of American Poets. Filed with Jonathan Galassi.


Published in the American Oxonian . Poem refers to William Jefferson Clinton.


Filed in Series I.1.a Personal and Professional Correspondence to Smith; Lipkin, Catherine.


Translated into French by Sonja Haussmann Smith.


Appeared in the Vermont Experience , 1987.


See also Series I. 1. b. Personal and Professional Correspondence from Smith; To: Butts, William.


Filed in Series I.1.a Personal and Professional Correspondence from Smith; To: Watson, Jeannette.


Filed in Series I.1.a Personal and Professional Correspondence to Smith; Richman, Robert and filed in Series I. 1. b. Personal and Professional Correspondence from Smith; To: Hadas, Rachel.


Filed in Series I. 1. b. Personal and Professional Correspondence from Smith, To: Untermeyer, Louis.


Published in God's Wonderful World of Owls by Bernice Ooms.


Published in The American Oxman , 1983.


Filed in Series I.1.a Personal and Professional Correspondence to Smith; Bjornvig, Thorkild.


Filed in Series I.1.a Personal and Professional Correspondence to Smith; Quinn, Alice.


Filed in Series I.1.a Personal and Professional Correspondence to Smith; Quinn, Alice and Richman, Robert.


Includes correspondence.


Filed in Series I.1.a Personal and Professional Correspondence to Smith; Richman, Robert.


Filed in Series I.1.a Personal and Professional Correspondence to Smith; Rosenberger, Francis Coleman.


Filed in Series I.1.a Personal and Professional Correspondence to Smith; Locher, David.


Filed in Series I. 1. b. Personal and Professional Correspondence from Smith, To: Wintz, Anita.


Filed in Series I.1.a Personal and Professional Correspondence to Smith; Ray, Kevin.


See also Series I.1.a Personal and Professional Correspondence to Smith; Lipkin, Catherine.


For Padraic Colum on his 85th birthday. Published in the Chicago Tribune .


For Alain Bosquet.


For Gregory Smith.


Filed in Series I. 1. b. Personal and Professional Correspondence from Smith, To: Untermeyer, Louis.


Addressed to Richard Wilbur.


For Marie Bullock's 75th birthday.


Filed in Series I.1.a Personal and Professional Correspondence to Smith; Lipkin, Catherine.


For Jean Haussmann, Smith's father-in-law.


For Frank MacShane's 50th Birthday.


Filed in Series I. 1. b. Personal and Professional Correspondence from Smith, To: Wintz, Anita.


Filed in Series I. 1. b. Personal and Professional Correspondence from Smith, To: Wintz, Anita.


For Janet Jurist.


For the Wilburs.


For Richard and Charlee Wilbur's wedding anniversary.


For Sonja Haussman Smith on their 15th wedding anniversary.


See also Series I. 1. b. Personal and Professional Correspondence from Smith; To: Richman, Robert.


For John Logan, President of Hollins College.


Filed in Series I. 1. b. Personal and Professional Correspondence from Smith, To: Untermeyer, Louis and Series I.1.a Personal and Professional Correspondence from Smith; To: Wertsch, Mary.


Included in a program for the Thirty-fourth Anniversary Congressional Secretaries Club honoring Senator Edmund S. Muskie as Man of the Year.


Addressed to Richard Wilbur. Filed with To a Mad Gardener.


See also Series I. 1. b. Personal and Professional Correspondence from Smith; To: Greenberg, Jan.


Consists of a group of poems by Smith and translated into Russian by Yergeny Yertushenko.


Consists of a group of poems by Smith set to music.


Consists of Smith poems set to music by Donna Kelly Eastman including Old Cherokee Woman's Songs for Soprano, Flute, Cello, and Piano; Love Songs from Poems of Crystal for Baritone and Piano; and poems from Birds and Beasts. Also includes photographs and Ts drafts of poems by Smith.


Consists of Smith poems set to music by Donna Kelly Eastman.


Consists of Smith poems set to music by Rick Sowash.


Consists of Smith poems set to music by Ned Rorem, Michael Burnett, Christopher Berg, and Dan Tepfer.


Consists of Ts and Auto drafts of essays, reviews, speeches, blurbs, etc. by Smith, arranged alphabetically.


Filed in Series I. 1. b. Personal and Professional Correspondence from Smith; To: Gioia, Dana.


Report of Smith's time in Romania, Hungary, the USSR, Denmark, and Sweden in 1988.


Consists of biographical notes and remarks about American primitive [poem], Morels [poem], and Quail in autumn [poem].


Published by Poets and Writers.


Published in The Saturday Review.


Review of a translation of Lundkvist's The Talking Tree . Written for the Columbia University Press.


Translated into French by Sonja Haussmann Smith. Includes correspondence.


For Robert Penn Warren memorial at the Cathedral of St. John the Divine.


Filed in Series I. 1. b. Personal and Professional Correspondence from Smith; To: Sakowski, Carolyn.


Review of Slammer by Greer.


Filed in Series I. 1. b. Personal and Professional Correspondence from Smith; To: Engle, Paul.


Printed in William Cullen Bryant volume edited by Norbert Krapf, 1986.


Filed in Series I. 1. b. Personal and Professional Correspondence from Smith; To: Krapf, Norbert.


Speech given by Smith at the Budapest Cultural Forum, November 1985.


Filed in Series I. 1. b. Personal and Professional Correspondence from Smith; To: Hersh, Ellen and Burton.


By Tennessee Williams with foreword by Smith. Published by New Directions Books, 2004. Includes correspondence and clippings.


Review of the poetry of Charles Causley written for The New Criterion , November 1990.


Drafts of remarks for New York memorial service for McBurney. Includes correspondence.


Filed in Series I. 1. b. Personal and Professional Correspondence from Smith; To: McGonigle, Thomas.


Includes correspondence and research material.


See also Series I. 1. b. Personal and Professional Correspondence from Smith; To: Hoffman, Daniel.


Filed in Series I. 1. b. Personal and Professional Correspondence from Smith; To: Kramer, Hilton.


A tribute to E.J. Kahn, Jr., October 12, 1994. Includes correspondence and memorial program.


For Ciardi's 70th birthday. Published after Ciardi's death by Arkansas University Press. Includes correspondence.


Published in Poetry Pilot .


Filed in Series I. 1. b. Personal and Professional Correspondence from Smith; To: Espmark, Kjell.


Published in Hollins , Volume 25, Number 6, (May 1975). Issue included.


Published in American Illustrated . Includes correspondence, worksheets of Smith translations of various Voznesensky poems, and newspaper clippings.


Review of Ben Howard's Northern Interior: Poems 1975-1982 . Published in Prairie Schooner .


Review of Refractions by Morgan. Written for Columbia University Press.


Published in The Hollins Critic , Volume XXI, Number 1, February 1984. Also includes worksheets for Smith's translation of Illyés poem, Doleo Ergo Sum.


Filed in Series I. 1. b. Personal and Professional Correspondence from Smith; To: Broughton, Irv.


Statement on The Dead of the House by Green.


Filed in Series I. 1. b. Personal and Professional Correspondence from Smith; To: Buffington, Robert.


Includes New York Times obituary for Murphy and memorial service program.


Filed in Series I. 1. b. Personal and Professional Correspondence from Smith; To: Burden, Jean.


Filed in Series I. 1. b. Personal and Professional Correspondence from Smith; To: Barber, Charles F.


Filed in Series I. 1. b. Personal and Professional Correspondence from Smith; To: Logan, John.


Filed in Series I. 1. b. Personal and Professional Correspondence from Smith; To: Buffington, Robert.


Filed in Series I. 1. b. Personal and Professional Correspondence from Smith; To: Wilson, June.


Essay discusses the selection of Josephine Jacobsen for the 1988 Lenore Marshall Prize. Published in The Nation , October 17, 1988.


Review of Jacques Barzun, published in The New Criterion in 1991. Includes correspondence.


Filed in Series I.1.a Personal and Professional Correspondence to Smith; Frenaye, Frances.


Review of One Winter Night in August and Other Nonsense Jingles by K.J. Kennedy, 1975. Includes correspondence.


Filed with Robert MacDowell.


Exhibition of photographs in Grenoble, France. Smith wrote captions for several photographs.


Filed in Series I. 1. b. Personal and Professional Correspondence from Smith; To: Krapf, Norbert.


Filed in Series I. 1. b. Personal and Professional Correspondence from Smith; To: Munro, Eleanor.


Filed in Series I.1.a Personal and Professional Correspondence to Smith; To: Beascocchea, Edgardo and Series I. 1. b. Personal and Professional Correspondence from Smith; To: Kramer, Hilton.


Written for Wellesley College Magazine about Hannah Green.


Statement on Summer Love and Surf by Appleman.


Filed in Series I.1.a Personal and Professional Correspondence to Smith; Gardinier, Suzanne.


Material toward article on Yevgeny Yevtushenko published in the Pennsylvania Gazette , 1991. Includes correspondence, clippings, and drafts of Yevtushenko's poems.


Includes background material on Eudora Welty including clippings, notes, and programs.


From the American Academy of Arts and Letters, May 15, 1996. Includes correspondence and program.

See also Series I. 1. b. Personal and Professional Correspondence from Smith; To: Dowling, Olwen O'Herlihy.


See also Series I. 1. b. Personal and Professional Correspondence from Smith; To: Ellison, Fanny.


Includes correspondence and programs.


A report on Smith's experience as Fulbright-Hays Lecturer in the Soviet Union.


Filed in Series I.1.a Personal and Professional Correspondence to Smith; Hall, Dorothy Judd.


Filed in Series I.1.a Personal and Professional Correspondence to Smith; Kimball, Roger.


Filed in Series I. 1. b. Personal and Professional Correspondence from Smith; To: Davison, Peter.


Includes notes on Mary O'Connor.


Filed in Series I. 1. b. Personal and Professional Correspondence from Smith; To: De Palchi, Alfredo.


Filed in Series I. 1. b. Personal and Professional Correspondence from Smith; To: Jarrett, Beverly.


Review of The Storm and Other Things by William Arrowsmith. Published in The New Criterion .


Filed in Series I.1.a Personal and Professional Correspondence to Smith; To: Bialosky, Jill.


Filed in Series I. 1. b. Personal and Professional Correspondence from Smith; To: Atherlay, Sara.


Published in The New Criterion , March 1996. Includes correspondence.


Includes correspondence.


Includes correspondence and Democracy's Poet: Walt Whitman .


Includes Ts of the following poems: Winter Morning, The Girl in Glass, and Primitif Americain. Includes French and English translations.


Published in the New England Journal of Public Policy , Summer/Fall 1987.


Written with Richard Wilbur.


Includes clippings.


Consist of correspondence with The New York Review of Books and clipping concerning Smith's reply to Clive James' book review of Andrei Vozesensky's Nostalgia for the Present .


For reference book on children's literature.


Consists of material toward the publication of various anthologies edited or contributed to by Smith, including drafts, correspondence and other miscellaneous editorial or publication material.


Consists of material toward The Sun is Up: A Child's Year of Poems compiled by Smith and Carol Ra, (Honesdale, Pa.: Wordsong/Boyds Mills Press, 1996).


Located in oversize.


Three illustration sheets located in oversize.


Consists of toward Behind the King's Kitchen: A Roster of Rhyming Riddles compiled by Smith and Carol Ra (Honesdale, Pa.:Boyds Mills Press, 1992).


Consists of material toward A Green Place: Modern Poems compiled by Smith (New York: Delacort Press/Seymour Lawrence, 1982).


Consists of material toward The Golden Journey: Poems for Young People compiled by Smith and Louise Bogan (Chicago: Contemporary Books, 1989).


Consists material toward Poems from Italy compiled by Smith and Dana Gioia (St. Paul, MN: New Rivers Press, 1985).


Consists of materials toward The Collected Poems of Barbara Howes, 1945-1990 by Barbara Howes (Fayetteville: University of Arkansas Press, 1995).


Consists of material toward An Arrow in the Wall: Selected Poetry and Prose , edited by Smith and F.D. Reeve (New York: H. Holt, 1987). This book is a collection of poems by Andrei Voznesensky.


Located in oversize.


Consists material toward No More Me and Other Poems , edited by Roger Little (Ireland: Dedalus Press, 1995). This book is a collection poems by Alain Bosquet. Some poems are translated by Smith.


Consists material toward Poems of the Twenties by James Thomas Flexner (Roslyn, NY: Stone House Press, 1991). The introduction is written by Smith.


Consists of material toward Dutch Interior: Postwar Poetry of the Netherlands and Flanders , edited by Smith and James S. Holmes (New York : Columbia University Press, 1984).


Consists of material toward an unpublished anthology of Spanish verse edited by Smith and Hubert Creekmore.


Consists of material toward What You Have Almost Forgotten: Selected Poems by Gyula Illyés , edited by Smith (Budapest: Kortárs Kiadó; Willimantic, CT: Curbstone Press, 1999).


Consists of material toward Here is My Heart: Love Poems edited by Smith (Boston: Little, Brown, 1999).


Two items located in oversize.


Consists of Ts and Auto drafts of miscellaneous translations by Smith, arranged alphabetically by original author.


Includes clippings and notes by Smith, 11 pp. Also includes Ts, 298 pp of poems by Akhmadulina in Russian.


Translated with Svetlana Kluge. Published in The American Poetry Review .


Translated with Svetlana Kluge. Published in The American Poetry Review .


Translated with Svetlana Kluge. Published in The American Poetry Review .


Translated with Svetlana Kluge. Published in The American Poetry Review .


Filed in Series I. 1. b. Personal and Professional Correspondence from Smith; To: Zenith, Richard.


Translated with Leif Sjöberg. Read by Smith at the Isak Dinesen conference at the University of Minnesota, 1985.


Filed in Series I.1.a Personal and Professional Correspondence to Smith; Schmidt, Betsey.


Published in The American Poetry Review .


Printed by Stone House Press.


Filed in Series I. 1. b. Personal and Professional Correspondence from Smith; To: Vajda, Miklos.


Filed in Series I. 1. b. Personal and Professional Correspondence from Smith; To: Vajda, Miklos.


Filed in Series I. 1. b. Personal and Professional Correspondence from Smith; To: Vajda, Miklos.


Filed in Series I. 1. b. Personal and Professional Correspondence from Smith; To: Vajda, Miklos.


Filed in Series I. 1. b. Personal and Professional Correspondence from Smith; To: Vajda, Miklos.


Filed in Series I. 1. b. Personal and Professional Correspondence from Smith; To: Vajda, Miklos.


Filed in Series I. 1. b. Personal and Professional Correspondence from Smith; To: Vajda, Miklos.


Translated with Vera Dunham.


Filed in Series I. 1. b. Personal and Professional Correspondence from Smith; To: Zenith, Richard.


Filed in Series I. 1. b. Personal and Professional Correspondence from Smith; To: Zenith, Richard.


Filed in Series I. 1. b. Personal and Professional Correspondence from Smith; To: Zenith, Richard.


Filed in Series I. 1. b. Personal and Professional Correspondence from Smith; To: Zenith, Richard.


Published in the New Hungarian Quarterly , 1993.


Published in the New Hungarian Quarterly , 1993.


Published in the New Hungarian Quarterly , 1993.


Published in the New Hungarian Quarterly , 1993.


Published in the New Hungarian Quarterly , 1993.


Published in the New Hungarian Quarterly , 1993.


Includes correspondence with the New Hungarian Quarterly and Lazlo Kery and biographical information, 57 pp.


Translated with Lief Sjoberg.


Translated with Lief Sjoberg.


Includes Ts, 28 pp of poems by Morits in Russian and biographical information, 1 p. See also Tkachenko, Aleksandr for correspondence with The American Poetry Review , 5 pp, and Ts, 1 p of In April.


Translated with Vera Dunham. Published in The American Poetry Review .


Translated with Vera Dunham. Published in The American Poetry Review .


Translated with Vera Dunham. Published in The American Poetry Review .


Translated with Vera Dunham. Published in The American Poetry Review .


Translated with Vera Dunham. Published in The American Poetry Review .


Published in The American Voice , No. 10 (Spring 1988).


Includes correspondence, 3 pp.


Filed in Series I. 1. b. Personal and Professional Correspondence from Smith; To: Parisi, Joseph.


Filed in Series I. 1. b. Personal and Professional Correspondence from Smith; To: Parisi, Joseph.


Includes correspondence with American Poetry Review , 5 pp and biographical information, 1 p.


Translated with Vera Dunham. Published in American Poetry Review .


Translated with Vera Dunham. Published in American Poetry Review .


Translated with Vera Dunham. Published in American Poetry Review .


Published in the Hungarian Quarterly , 1992.


Published in the Hungarian Quarterly , 1992.


Published in the Hungarian Quarterly , 1992.


Includes correspondence, 1 p. See also Series VII. Prose, Finding the Proper Equivalent: On Translating the Poetry of Andrei Voznesensky


Translated with F.D. Reeve. Published in American Poetry Review .


Translated with Vera Dunham. Published in American Poetry Review .


Translated by F.D. Reeve. Published in American Poetry Review .


Translated by F.D. Reeve. Published in American Poetry Review .


Published in The Atlantic , April 1980.


Translated with Nicholas Fersen. Filed in Series I. 1. b. Personal and Professional Correspondence from Smith, To: Untermeyer, Louis.


Translated by Diana Der Hovanessian. Published in American Poetry Review .


Translated by F.D. Reeve. Published in American Poetry Review .


Published in Eternal Moment: Selected Poems of Sándor Weöres .


Published in Eternal Moment: Selected Poems of Sándor Weöres .


Published in Eternal Moment: Selected Poems of Sándor Weöres .


Published in Eternal Moment: Selected Poems of Sándor Weöres .


Published in Eternal Moment: Selected Poems of Sándor Weöres .


Published in Eternal Moment: Selected Poems of Sándor Weöres .


Published in Eternal Moment: Selected Poems of Sándor Weöres .


Published in Eternal Moment: Selected Poems of Sándor Weöres .


Published in Eternal Moment: Selected Poems of Sándor Weöres .


Translated with Svetlana Kluge.


Translated with Svetlana Kluge.


Translated with Svetlana Kluge.

See also Series I. 1. b. Personal and Professional Correspondence from Smith; To: Davison, Peter.


Translated with Svetlana Kluge.


Consists of material toward Night: A Novel by Bilgé Karasu; translated by Güneli Gün, with the author (Baton Rouge: Louisiana State University Press, 1994).


Consists of material toward Window on the Black Sea: Bulgarian Poets in Translation , edited by Richard Harteis and William Meredith (Carnegie Mellon, 1992).

See also Series I. 1. b. Personal and Professional Correspondence from Smith; To: Harteis, Richard.


Consists of material toward On the Outermost Edge: Selected Poems .


Consists various translation by Smith of poems by Sándor Weöres, Ruy Belo, and Carlos de Oliveira. Possibly edited by Lief Sjoberg.


Translations by Smith of Armenian folk songs.


Consists of Ts and Auto drafts of Italian poems translated by Smith for a special issue of Poetry . Includes correspondence, 1 p.


Consists of editorial material toward a Hungarian (Fall 1985) and a French (Spring 1990) feature issues of Translation , published by the Translation Center at Columbia University. Both issues were edited and included translations by Smith.


Consists of interviews with Smith. See also Series I.1.a Personal and Professional Correspondence to Smith; Frank, Elizabeth and Skipper, Tom.


Published in 1989 by University of Arkansas Press in The Writer's Mind . Includes correspondence, 3 pp.


Includes correspondence.


Published in the Croton Review .


Dialogue between Voznesensky and Smith.


In Russian.


Consists of Ts and Auto drafts of poems and prose works by various authors, arranged alphabetically.


Filed in Series I.1.a Personal and Professional Correspondence to Smith.


Filed in Series I.1.a Personal and Professional Correspondence to Smith.


Filed in Series I.1.a Personal and Professional Correspondence to Smith.


Published in Poets & Writers Magazine (September/October 1992).


Filed in Series I.1.a Personal and Professional Correspondence to Smith.


Includes a blurb by Smith and correspondence.


Filed in Series I.1.a Personal and Professional Correspondence to Smith.


Filed in Series I.1.a Personal and Professional Correspondence to Smith.


Filed in Series I.1.a Personal and Professional Correspondence to Smith; Duncan, Harry.


Filed in Series I.1.a Personal and Professional Correspondence to Smith.


Filed in Series I.1.a Personal and Professional Correspondence to Smith.


Filed in Series I.1.a Personal and Professional Correspondence to Smith.


Filed in Series I.1.a Personal and Professional Correspondence to Smith; Gelfand, Morris A.


Filed in Series I.1.a Personal and Professional Correspondence to Smith.


Filed in Series I.1.a Personal and Professional Correspondence to Smith.


Published in The Carolina Quarterly .


Filed in Series I.1.a Personal and Professional Correspondence to Smith.


Filed in Series I.1.a Personal and Professional Correspondence to Smith.


Filed in Series I.1.a Personal and Professional Correspondence to Smith.


Filed in Series I.1.a Personal and Professional Correspondence to Smith.


Filed in Series I.1.a Personal and Professional Correspondence to Smith.


Filed in Series I.1.a Personal and Professional Correspondence to Smith.


Filed in Series I.1.a Personal and Professional Correspondence to Smith.


Filed in Series I.1.a Personal and Professional Correspondence to Smith.


Filed in Series I.1.a Personal and Professional Correspondence to Smith.


Filed in Series I.1.a Personal and Professional Correspondence to Smith.


Filed in Series I.1.a Personal and Professional Correspondence to Smith.


Translated with Jonell Kristensen.


Filed in Series I.1.a Personal and Professional Correspondence to Smith.


Filed in Series I.1.a Personal and Professional Correspondence to Smith.


Filed in Series I.1.a Personal and Professional Correspondence to Smith; Gioia, Dana.


Filed in Series I.1.a Personal and Professional Correspondence to Smith; Dulicai, James F.


Filed in Series I.1.a Personal and Professional Correspondence to Smith; Dulicai, James F.


Filed in Series I.1.a Personal and Professional Correspondence to Smith; Dulicai, James F.


Filed in Series I.1.a Personal and Professional Correspondence to Smith; Dulicai, James F.


Filed in Series I.1.a Personal and Professional Correspondence to Smith; Dulicai, James F.


Filed in Series I.1.a Personal and Professional Correspondence to Smith; Dulicai, James F.


Filed in Series I.1.a Personal and Professional Correspondence to Smith; Dulicai, James F.


Filed in Series I.1.a Personal and Professional Correspondence to Smith; Dulicai, James F.


Filed in Series I.1.a Personal and Professional Correspondence to Smith; Dulicai, James F.


Filed in Series I.1.a Personal and Professional Correspondence to Smith; Dulicai, James F.


Filed in Series I.1.a Personal and Professional Correspondence to Smith.


Book review for Birthe Arnbak published in Information (1979).


Filed in Series I.1.a Personal and Professional Correspondence to Smith.


Filed in Series I.1.a Personal and Professional Correspondence to Smith.


Filed in Series I.1.a Personal and Professional Correspondence to Smith.


Filed in Series I.1.a Personal and Professional Correspondence to Smith.


Filed in Series I.1.a Personal and Professional Correspondence to Smith.


Filed in Series I.1.a Personal and Professional Correspondence to Smith.


Filed in Series I.1.a Personal and Professional Correspondence to Smith.


Filed in Series I.1.a Personal and Professional Correspondence to Smith.


Filed in Series I.1.a Personal and Professional Correspondence to Smith.


Filed in Series I.1.a Personal and Professional Correspondence to Smith; Mooney, Jack.


Filed in Series I.1.a Personal and Professional Correspondence to Smith.


Filed in Series I.1.a Personal and Professional Correspondence to Smith.


Filed in Series I.1.a Personal and Professional Correspondence to Smith.


Filed in Series I.1.a Personal and Professional Correspondence to Smith.


Filed in Series I.1.a Personal and Professional Correspondence to Smith.


Filed in Series I.1.a Personal and Professional Correspondence to Smith.


Filed in Series I.1.a Personal and Professional Correspondence to Smith.


Includes correspondence.


Published in The Journal of Mississippi History , Volume XXXIX, No. 1 (February 1979).


Filed in Series I.1.a Personal and Professional Correspondence to Smith.


Filed in Series I.1.a Personal and Professional Correspondence to Smith.


Filed in Series I.1.a Personal and Professional Correspondence to Smith.


Filed in Series I.1.a Personal and Professional Correspondence to Smith.


Filed in Series I.1.a Personal and Professional Correspondence to Smith


Filed in Series I.1.a Personal and Professional Correspondence to Smith


Filed in Series I.1.a Personal and Professional Correspondence to Smith


Filed in Series I.1.a Personal and Professional Correspondence to Smith.


Filed in Series I.1.a Personal and Professional Correspondence to Smith.


Filed in Series I.1.a Personal and Professional Correspondence to Smith.


Filed in Series I.1.a Personal and Professional Correspondence to Smith.


Filed in Series I.1.a Personal and Professional Correspondence to Smith.


Filed in Series I.1.a Personal and Professional Correspondence to Smith.


Filed in Series I.1.a Personal and Professional Correspondence to Smith.


Filed in Series I.1.a Personal and Professional Correspondence to Smith.


Filed in Series I.1.a Personal and Professional Correspondence to Smith.


Filed in Series I.1.a. Personal and Professional Correspondence to Smith


Filed in Series I.1.a. Personal and Professional Correspondence to Smith


Filed in Series I.1.a. Personal and Professional Correspondence to Smith


Filed in Series I.1.a. Personal and Professional Correspondence to Smith


Filed in Series I.1.a. Personal and Professional Correspondence to Smith


Filed in Series I.1.a. Personal and Professional Correspondence to Smith


Filed in Series I.1.a. Personal and Professional Correspondence to Smith


Filed in Series I.1.a. Personal and Professional Correspondence to Smith


Filed in Series I.1.a. Personal and Professional Correspondence to Smith


Filed in Series I.1.a. Personal and Professional Correspondence to Smith


Filed in Series I.1.a. Personal and Professional Correspondence to Smith


Filed in Series I.1.a Personal and Professional Correspondence to Smith; Sandburg, Helga.


Filed in Series I.1.a Personal and Professional Correspondence to Smith.


Published in De L'Armorique a L'Amérique De L'indépendance (1977).


Translated by Sonja Haussmann Smith.


Filed in Series I.1.a Personal and Professional Correspondence to Smith.


Filed in Series I.1.a Personal and Professional Correspondence to Smith.


Filed in Series I.1.a Personal and Professional Correspondence to Smith.


Filed in Series I.1.a Personal and Professional Correspondence to Smith.


Filed in Series I.1.a Personal and Professional Correspondence to Smith.


Filed in Series I.1.a Personal and Professional Correspondence to Smith.


Filed in Series I.1.a Personal and Professional Correspondence to Smith.


Filed in Series I.1.a Personal and Professional Correspondence to Smith.


Filed in Series I.1.a Personal and Professional Correspondence to Smith.


Filed in Series I.1.a Personal and Professional Correspondence to Smith.


Filed in Series I.1.a Personal and Professional Correspondence to Smith.


Filed in Series I.1.a Personal and Professional Correspondence to Smith.


Filed in Series I.1.a Personal and Professional Correspondence to Smith.


Filed in Series I.1.a Personal and Professional Correspondence to Smith; Doucett, Sandy.


Filed in Series I.1.a Personal and Professional Correspondence to Smith; Donovan, Jeanne.


Filed in Series I.1.a Personal and Professional Correspondence to Smith.


Filed in Series I.1.a Personal and Professional Correspondence to Smith.


Filed in Series I.1.a Personal and Professional Correspondence to Smith.


Filed in Series I.1.a Personal and Professional Correspondence to Smith.


Filed in Series I.1.a Personal and Professional Correspondence to Smith.


Filed in Series I.1.a Personal and Professional Correspondence to Smith.


Filed in Series I.1.a Personal and Professional Correspondence to Smith.


Filed in Series I.1.a Personal and Professional Correspondence to Smith.


Filed in Series I.1.a Personal and Professional Correspondence to Smith; Platt, Frank.


Filed in Series I.1.a Personal and Professional Correspondence to Smith.


Published in The Musical Quarterly , Volume 74, Number 1, (1990).


Filed in Series I.1.a Personal and Professional Correspondence to Smith.


Published in Saggi E Richerche Di Letteratura Francese , Volume XVI, (1977).


Filed in Series I.1.a Personal and Professional Correspondence to Smith.


Filed in Series I.1.a Personal and Professional Correspondence to Smith.


Filed in Series I.1.a Personal and Professional Correspondence to Smith; Mason, Francis S.


Filed in Series I.1.a Personal and Professional Correspondence to Smith.


Filed in Series I.1.a Personal and Professional Correspondence to Smith.


Filed in Series I.1.a Personal and Professional Correspondence to Smith.


See also Series I.1.a Personal and Professional Correspondence to Smith.


Translation by Goldblatt of Jia Pingwa's Turbulence . With correspondence and corrections by Smith.


Translated with Laura Schift.


Opera based on the life of Isak Dinesan. Includes correspondence.


Includes revisions by Smith, correspondence, and related materials.


Published in Nineteenth-Century French Studies , Volume 15, Number 4, (Summer 1987).


Published in World Literature Today . Includes other reviews.


Filed in Series I.1.a Personal and Professional Correspondence to Smith.


Filed in Series I.1.a Personal and Professional Correspondence to Smith.


Co-authored with Slava Paperno.


Filed in Series I.1.a Personal and Professional Correspondence to Smith.


Filed in Series I.1.a Personal and Professional Correspondence to Smith.


Filed in Series I.1.a Personal and Professional Correspondence to Smith.


Filed in Series I.1.a Personal and Professional Correspondence to Smith.


Filed in Series I.1.a Personal and Professional Correspondence to Smith.


Filed in Series I.1.a Personal and Professional Correspondence to Smith.


Filed in Series I.1.a Personal and Professional Correspondence to Smith.


Filed in Series I.1.a Personal and Professional Correspondence to Smith.


Filed in Series I.1.a Personal and Professional Correspondence to Smith.


Filed in Series I.1.a Personal and Professional Correspondence to Smith.


Filed in Series I.1.a Personal and Professional Correspondence to Smith; Doucett, Sandy.


Co-authored with Frank MacShane. For Smith's 70th birthday. Contained on a scroll. Located in oversize, Box 321.


Filed in Series I.1.a Personal and Professional Correspondence to Smith; Meredith, William.


Filed in Series I.1.a Personal and Professional Correspondence to Smith.


Filed in Series I.1.a Personal and Professional Correspondence to Smith; Gioia, Dana.


Includes correspondence.


Filed in Series I.1.a Personal and Professional Correspondence to Smith; Williams, Galen.


Filed in Series I.1.a Personal and Professional Correspondence to Smith; Williams, Galen.


Filed in Series I.1.a Personal and Professional Correspondence to Smith; McBurney, Remy.


Filed in Series I.1.a Personal and Professional Correspondence to Smith.


Filed in Series I.1.a Personal and Professional Correspondence to Smith.


Translated with Roland Flint.

Filed in Series I.1.a Personal and Professional Correspondence to Smith.


Published in New England Review , Volume 19, Number 2, (Spring 1998).


Includes correspondence.


For Smith's 80th birthday.


Filed in Series I.1.a Personal and Professional Correspondence to Smith.


Introduction by Hoffman to a reading given by Smith at Cathedral House, September 19, 1988.


Filed in I.1.h. General Correspondence Between Others; Howes, Barbara.


Filed in Series I.1.a Personal and Professional Correspondence to Smith.


Filed in Series I.1.a Personal and Professional Correspondence to Smith.


Filed in I.1.h. General Correspondence Between Others; Howes, Barbara.


Filed in I.1.h. General Correspondence Between Others; Howes, Barbara.


Filed in Series I.1.a Personal and Professional Correspondence to Smith.


I.1.h. General Correspondence Between Others; Howes, Barbara.


Filed in I.1.h. General Correspondence Between Others; Howes, Barbara.


Filed in I.1.h. General Correspondence Between Others; Howes, Barbara.


Filed in Series I.1.a Personal and Professional Correspondence to Smith.


Filed in Series I.1.a Personal and Professional Correspondence to Smith.


Filed in Series I.1.a Personal and Professional Correspondence to Smith.


Filed in I.1.h. General Correspondence Between Others; Howes, Barbara.


Filed in I.1.h. General Correspondence Between Others; Howes, Barbara.


Filed in I.1.h. General Correspondence Between Others; Howes, Barbara.


Filed in I.1.h. General Correspondence Between Others; Howes, Barbara.


Filed in I.1.h. General Correspondence Between Others; Howes, Barbara.


Filed in Series I.1.a Personal and Professional Correspondence to Smith.


Filed in I.1.h. General Correspondence Between Others; Howes, Barbara.


Filed in Series I.1.a Personal and Professional Correspondence to Smith.


Filed in I.1.h. General Correspondence Between Others; Howes, Barbara.


Filed in Series I.1.a Personal and Professional Correspondence to Smith.


Filed in Series I.1.a Personal and Professional Correspondence to Smith.


Filed in Series I.1.a Personal and Professional Correspondence to Smith.


Filed in I.1.h. General Correspondence Between Others; Howes, Barbara.


Filed in I.1.h. General Correspondence Between Others; Howes, Barbara.


Filed in Series I.1.a Personal and Professional Correspondence to Smith.


Filed in Series I.1.a Personal and Professional Correspondence to Smith.


Filed in Series I.1.a Personal and Professional Correspondence to Smith.


Published in Literary Imagination: The Review of the Association of Literary Scholars and Critics , 2.3, (2000).


Filed in Series I.1.a Personal and Professional Correspondence to Smith.


Filed in Series I.1.a Personal and Professional Correspondence to Smith.


Filed in Series I.1.a Personal and Professional Correspondence to Smith.


Filed in Series I.1.a Personal and Professional Correspondence to Smith.


Filed in Series I.1.a Personal and Professional Correspondence to Smith.


Filed in Series I.1.a Personal and Professional Correspondence to Smith.


Filed in Series I.1.a Personal and Professional Correspondence to Smith.


Filed in Series I.1.a Personal and Professional Correspondence to Smith.


Filed in Series I.1.a Personal and Professional Correspondence to Smith.


Filed in Series I.1.a Personal and Professional Correspondence to Smith.


Filed in Series I.1.a Personal and Professional Correspondence to Smith.


Filed in Series I.1.a Personal and Professional Correspondence to Smith.


Filed in Series I.1.a Personal and Professional Correspondence to Smith.


Filed in Series I.1.a Personal and Professional Correspondence to Smith.


Filed in Series I.1.a Personal and Professional Correspondence to Smith.


Filed in Series I.1.a Personal and Professional Correspondence to Smith; Espy, Louise M.


Filed in Series I.1.a Personal and Professional Correspondence to Smith; Espy, Louise M.


Filed in Series I.1.a Personal and Professional Correspondence to Smith.


Filed in Series I.1.a Personal and Professional Correspondence to Smith.


Filed in Series I.1.a Personal and Professional Correspondence to Smith.


Filed in Series I.1.a Personal and Professional Correspondence to Smith.


Includes correspondence and press releases.


Published in Revue Française D'etudes Americaines , (February 1994).


Filed in Series I.1.a Personal and Professional Correspondence to Smith.


Filed in Series I.1.a Personal and Professional Correspondence to Smith.


Filed in Series I.1.a Personal and Professional Correspondence to Smith.


Filed in Series I.1.a Personal and Professional Correspondence to Smith.


Filed in Series I.1.a Personal and Professional Correspondence to Smith.


Filed in Series I.1.a Personal and Professional Correspondence to Smith.


Filed in Series I.1.a Personal and Professional Correspondence to Smith.


Filed in Series I.1.a Personal and Professional Correspondence to Smith.


Filed in Series I.1.a Personal and Professional Correspondence to Smith.


Filed in Series I.1.a Personal and Professional Correspondence to Smith.


Chapter fragments of book with mentions of Smith.


Filed in Series I.1.a Personal and Professional Correspondence to Smith.


Filed in Series I.1.a Personal and Professional Correspondence to Smith.


Filed in Series I.1.a Personal and Professional Correspondence to Smith.


Filed in Series I.1.a Personal and Professional Correspondence to Smith.


Filed in Series I.1.a Personal and Professional Correspondence to Smith.


Filed in Series I.1.a Personal and Professional Correspondence to Smith.


Filed in Series I.1.a Personal and Professional Correspondence to Smith.


Filed in Series I.1.a Personal and Professional Correspondence to Smith.


Filed in Series I.1.a Personal and Professional Correspondence to Smith.


Filed in Series I.1.a Personal and Professional Correspondence to Smith.


Filed in Series I.1.a Personal and Professional Correspondence to Smith.


See also Series I.1.a Personal and Professional Correspondence to Smith.


Co-authored with Helen Handley. For Smith's 70th birthday. Contained on a scroll.

Located in oversize, Box 321.


Filed in Series I.1.a Personal and Professional Correspondence to Smith.


Filed in Series I.1.a Personal and Professional Correspondence to Smith.


Filed in Series I.1.a Personal and Professional Correspondence to Smith.


Filed in Series I.1.a Personal and Professional Correspondence to Smith.


Filed in Series I.1.a Personal and Professional Correspondence to Smith.


Filed in Series I.1.a Personal and Professional Correspondence to Smith.


Published in the Sewanee Review , (Winter 1995)


Filed in Series I.1.a Personal and Professional Correspondence to Smith.


Filed in Series I.1.a Personal and Professional Correspondence to Smith.


Filed in Series I.1.a Personal and Professional Correspondence to Smith.


Filed in Series I.1.a Personal and Professional Correspondence to Smith.


Filed in Series I.1.a Personal and Professional Correspondence to Smith.


Includes Ts draft and notes toward the introduction by Smith and correspondence.


Filed in Series I.1.a Personal and Professional Correspondence to Smith.


Filed in Series I.1.a Personal and Professional Correspondence to Smith.


Filed in Series I.1.a Personal and Professional Correspondence to Smith.


Filed in Series I.1.a Personal and Professional Correspondence to Smith; Harteis, Richard.


Filed in Series I.1.a Personal and Professional Correspondence to Smith.


Filed in Series I.1.a Personal and Professional Correspondence to Smith.


Filed in Series I.1.a Personal and Professional Correspondence to Smith.


Filed in Series I.1.a Personal and Professional Correspondence to Smith; Duncan, Nancy.


Filed in Series I.1.a Personal and Professional Correspondence to Smith.


Filed in Series I.1.a Personal and Professional Correspondence to Smith.


Filed in Series I.1.a Personal and Professional Correspondence to Smith.


Filed in Series I.1.a Personal and Professional Correspondence to Smith.


Filed in Series I.1.a Personal and Professional Correspondence to Smith; Eastman, Donna Kelly.


Filed in Series I.1.a Personal and Professional Correspondence to Smith.


Filed in Series I.1.a Personal and Professional Correspondence to Smith.


Filed in Series I.1.a Personal and Professional Correspondence to Smith.


Filed in Series I.1.a Personal and Professional Correspondence to Smith.


Filed in Series I.1.a Personal and Professional Correspondence to Smith.


Filed in Series I.1.a Personal and Professional Correspondence to Smith; De Pontcharra, Nicole.


Filed in Series I.1.a Personal and Professional Correspondence to Smith.


Filed in Series I.1.a Personal and Professional Correspondence to Smith; Moore, Richard.


Filed in Series I.1.a Personal and Professional Correspondence to Smith; Duncan, Harry.


Filed in Series I.1.a Personal and Professional Correspondence to Smith.


Filed in Series I.1.a Personal and Professional Correspondence to Smith.


Filed in Series I.1.a Personal and Professional Correspondence to Smith; Eastman, Donna Kelly.


Filed with Hagopian, John V.


Filed in Series I.1.a Personal and Professional Correspondence to Smith.


Translation of György Sös.


Filed in Series I.1.a Personal and Professional Correspondence to Smith.


Filed in Series I.1.a Personal and Professional Correspondence to Smith.


Filed in Series I.1.a Personal and Professional Correspondence to Smith.


Filed in Series I.1.a Personal and Professional Correspondence to Smith.


Published in The Hudson Review , Volume L, Number 2 (Summer 1997).

See also Series I.1.a Personal and Professional Correspondence to Smith.


Filed in Series I.1.a Personal and Professional Correspondence to Smith.


Published in The Hudson Review , Volume L, Number 2 (Summer 1997).


Published in Poets & Writers , (March-April 1999).


Filed in Series I.1.a Personal and Professional Correspondence to Smith.


Includes correspondence.


Includes correspondence.


Filed in Series I.1.a Personal and Professional Correspondence to Smith.


Filed in Series I.1.a Personal and Professional Correspondence to Smith.


Filed in Series I.1.a Personal and Professional Correspondence to Smith.


Filed in Series I.1.a Personal and Professional Correspondence to Smith.


Filed in Series I.1.a Personal and Professional Correspondence to Smith.


Filed in Series I.1.a Personal and Professional Correspondence to Smith.


Filed in Series I.1.a Personal and Professional Correspondence to Smith.


Filed in Series I.1.a Personal and Professional Correspondence to Smith.


Filed in Series I.1.a Personal and Professional Correspondence to Smith.


Filed in Series I.1.a Personal and Professional Correspondence to Smith.


Includes correspondence.


Filed in Series I.1.a Personal and Professional Correspondence to Smith; Gioia, Dana.


Filed in Series I.1.a Personal and Professional Correspondence to Smith; Duncan, Harry.


Filed in Series I.1.a Personal and Professional Correspondence to Smith.


Filed in Series I.1.a Personal and Professional Correspondence to Smith.


Filed in Series I.1.a Personal and Professional Correspondence to Smith.


Filed in Series I.1.a Personal and Professional Correspondence to Smith.


Filed in Series I.1.a Personal and Professional Correspondence to Smith.


Includes biographical information, 3 pp.


Filed in Series I.1.a Personal and Professional Correspondence to Smith.


Filed in Series I.1.a Personal and Professional Correspondence to Smith.


Filed in Series I.1.a Personal and Professional Correspondence to Smith.


Filed in Series I.1.a Personal and Professional Correspondence to Smith.


Filed in Series I.1.a Personal and Professional Correspondence to Smith.


Filed in Series I.1.a Personal and Professional Correspondence to Smith.


Filed in Series I.1.a Personal and Professional Correspondence to Smith.


Filed in Series I.1.a Personal and Professional Correspondence to Smith.


Filed in Series I.1.a Personal and Professional Correspondence to Smith.


Filed in Series I.1.a Personal and Professional Correspondence to Smith.


Filed in Series I.1.a Personal and Professional Correspondence to Smith.


Filed in Series I.1.a Personal and Professional Correspondence to Smith.


Filed in Series I.1.a Personal and Professional Correspondence to Smith.


Filed in Series I.1.a Personal and Professional Correspondence to Smith.


Filed with Greavu, Elena.


Filed in Series I.1.a Personal and Professional Correspondence to Smith.


Filed in Series I.1.a Personal and Professional Correspondence to Smith.


Filed in Series I.1.a Personal and Professional Correspondence to Smith.


Filed in Series I.1.a Personal and Professional Correspondence to Smith.


Filed in Series I.1.a Personal and Professional Correspondence to Smith.


Published in Christianity and Literature , Volume 39, Number 1, (Autumn 1989).


Published in Teaching Literature: What is Needed Now (Cambridge: Harvard University Press, 1988).


Filed in Series I.1.a Personal and Professional Correspondence to Smith.


Filed in Series I.1.a Personal and Professional Correspondence to Smith.


Published in The Germanic Review .


Filed in Series I.1.a Personal and Professional Correspondence to Smith.


Filed in Series I.1.a Personal and Professional Correspondence to Smith.


Includes correspondence.


Filed in Series I.1.a Personal and Professional Correspondence to Smith; Howes, Barbara.


Correspondence concerning Sonja Haussmann Smith's translation of Smith's poem.


Filed in Series I.1.a Personal and Professional Correspondence to Smith.


Filed in Series I.1.a Personal and Professional Correspondence to Smith.


Filed in Series I.1.a Personal and Professional Correspondence to Smith.


Filed in Series I.1.a Personal and Professional Correspondence to Smith.


Filed in Series I.1.a Personal and Professional Correspondence to Smith.


Filed in Series I.1.a Personal and Professional Correspondence to Smith.


Filed in Series I.1.a Personal and Professional Correspondence to Smith.


Filed in Series I.1.a Personal and Professional Correspondence to Smith.


Filed in Series I.1.a Personal and Professional Correspondence to Smith.


Filed in Series I.1.a Personal and Professional Correspondence to Smith.


Filed in Series I.1.a Personal and Professional Correspondence to Smith.


Filed in Series I.1.a Personal and Professional Correspondence to Smith.


Filed in Series I.1.a Personal and Professional Correspondence to Smith.


Filed in Series I.1.a Personal and Professional Correspondence to Smith.


Filed in Series I.1.a Personal and Professional Correspondence to Smith.


Filed in Series I.1.a Personal and Professional Correspondence to Smith.


Filed in Series I.1.a Personal and Professional Correspondence to Smith.


Filed in Series I.1.a Personal and Professional Correspondence to Smith.


Filed in Series I.1.a Personal and Professional Correspondence to Smith.


Filed in Series I.1.a Personal and Professional Correspondence to Smith.


Filed in Series I.1.a Personal and Professional Correspondence to Smith.


Filed in Series I.1.a Personal and Professional Correspondence to Smith.


Filed in Series I.1.a Personal and Professional Correspondence to Smith.


Filed in Series I.1.a Personal and Professional Correspondence to Smith.


Filed in Series I.1.a Personal and Professional Correspondence to Smith.


Filed in Series I.1.a Personal and Professional Correspondence to Smith.


Filed in Series I.1.a Personal and Professional Correspondence to Smith.


Filed in Series I.1.a Personal and Professional Correspondence to Smith.


Filed in Series I.1.a Personal and Professional Correspondence to Smith.


Filed in Series I.1.a Personal and Professional Correspondence to Smith.


Includes correspondence.


Filed in Series I.1.a Personal and Professional Correspondence to Smith.


Filed in Series I.1.a Personal and Professional Correspondence to Smith.


Filed in Series I.1.a Personal and Professional Correspondence to Smith.


Filed in Series I.1.a Personal and Professional Correspondence to Smith.


Filed in Series I.1.a Personal and Professional Correspondence to Smith.


Filed in Series I.1.a Personal and Professional Correspondence to Smith.


Filed in Series I.1.a Personal and Professional Correspondence to Smith.


Filed in Series I.1.a Personal and Professional Correspondence to Smith; Knudson, Rozanne.


Filed in Series I.1.a Personal and Professional Correspondence to Smith.


Filed in Series I.1.a Personal and Professional Correspondence to Smith.


Filed in Series I.1.a Personal and Professional Correspondence to Smith.


Filed in Series I.1.a Personal and Professional Correspondence to Smith.


Filed in Series I.1.a Personal and Professional Correspondence to Smith.


Filed in Series I.1.a Personal and Professional Correspondence to Smith.


Filed in Series I.1.a Personal and Professional Correspondence to Smith.


Filed in Series I.1.a Personal and Professional Correspondence to Smith.


Filed in Series I.1.a Personal and Professional Correspondence to Smith.


Filed in Series I.1.a Personal and Professional Correspondence to Smith.


Filed in Series I.1.a Personal and Professional Correspondence to Smith.


Filed in Series I.1.a Personal and Professional Correspondence to Smith.


Filed in Series I.1.a Personal and Professional Correspondence to Smith.


Filed in Series I.1.a Personal and Professional Correspondence to Smith.


Filed in Series I.1.a Personal and Professional Correspondence to Smith.


Filed in Series I.1.a Personal and Professional Correspondence to Smith.


Published in Travel & Leisure , (May 1999).


Consists of miscellaneous poems by Bella Akhmadulina.


Filed in Series I.1.a Personal and Professional Correspondence to Smith.


Filed in Series I. 1. b. Personal and Professional Correspondence from Smith; To: Mills, Margaret M. and To: Van Duyn, Mona.


Filed in Series I.1.a Personal and Professional Correspondence to Smith.


Published in Elf , Volume 7, Number 3, (Fall 1997).


Filed in Series I.1.a Personal and Professional Correspondence to Smith.


Filed in Series I.1.a Personal and Professional Correspondence to Smith; Frosch, Paula.


Filed in Series I.1.a Personal and Professional Correspondence to Smith.


Reviewed for Broadcast Music.


Published in The Georgia Review , Volume XLIV, Numbers 1 & 2, (Spring/Summer 1990).


Includes ALS from Welty to Smith, 1983: September 19.


Filed in Series I.1.a Personal and Professional Correspondence to Smith.


Filed in Series I.1.a Personal and Professional Correspondence to Smith.


Filed in Series I.1.a Personal and Professional Correspondence to Smith.


Filed in Series I.1.a Personal and Professional Correspondence to Smith.


Filed in Series I.1.a Personal and Professional Correspondence to Smith.


Verses written on the New York Times , 1976: October 31.


Filed in Series I.1.a Personal and Professional Correspondence to Smith.


Filed in Series I.1.a Personal and Professional Correspondence to Smith.


Filed in Series I.1.a Personal and Professional Correspondence to Smith; Pritchard, William.


Verses written on the New York Times , 1976: October 24.


Filed in Series I. 1. b. Personal and Professional Correspondence from Smith; To: Adams, Wesley.


Verses written on the New York Times , 1981: September 27.


Includes correspondence.


Filed in Series I.1.a Personal and Professional Correspondence to Smith.


Filed in Series I.1.a Personal and Professional Correspondence to Smith.


Poems by Smith, translated into Russian by Zakhoder. Published in Pravada .


Filed in Series I.1.a Personal and Professional Correspondence to Smith.


Filed in Series I.1.a Personal and Professional Correspondence to Smith.


Filed in Series I.1.a Personal and Professional Correspondence to Smith.


Filed in Series I.1.a Personal and Professional Correspondence to Smith.


Filed in Series I.1.a Personal and Professional Correspondence to Smith.


Filed in Series I.1.a Personal and Professional Correspondence to Smith.


Filed in Series I.1.a Personal and Professional Correspondence to Smith.


Filed in Series I.1.a Personal and Professional Correspondence to Smith.


Filed in Series I.1.a Personal and Professional Correspondence to Smith.


Filed in Series I.1.a Personal and Professional Correspondence to Smith.


Filed in Series I.1.a Personal and Professional Correspondence to Smith.


Filed in Series I.1.a Personal and Professional Correspondence to Smith.


Filed in Series I.1.a Personal and Professional Correspondence to Smith.


Filed in Series I.1.a Personal and Professional Correspondence to Smith.


Includes correspondence and drafts of poems by Ukrainian poets including Mykola Bazhan, Bohdan Boychuk, Vasyl Holoburoka, Wadym Lesytch, Oleh Olzhych, Evhen Pluzhnyk, Ihor Kalynec, Pavlo Tychyna, and Volodymyr Svidzinsky.


Poems by Smith translated into Russian by various translators, including Andrei Voznesensky.


English translations of poems and stories by leading Indonesian writers. Includes Goenawan Mohamad, Sapardi Djoke Damono, Gerson Poyk, Umar Kayam, Taufiq Ismail, and Ajip Rosidi. Inscribed to Smith in Djakarta, 1969.


Consists poems and letters presented to Smith by children at the Ecole Bilingue in Paris in Spring 1990. Scrapbooks are located in oversize.


Consists of a group of translations of Smith's poems by students of College International Stendhal, Grenoble, November 1989.


Consists of Ts and Auto drafts by unidentified authors including several blurbs written about Smith.


Consists of Smith's work with various organizations, conferences, naval career, the Vermont legislature, awards, financial papers, medical records, legal papers, teaching material, grants, juvenilia, miscellaneous notes, marriage announcement, family papers, passports, address books, calendars, and journals.


Consists of material relating to the Poet's Corner of The Cathedral Church of St. John the Divine, New York. Includes notes, correspondence, and expense receipts from Smith's term as Poet-in-Residence, 1986-1988. See also Series I.2.a.x. General Business Correspondence to and from the Poet's Corner.


Consists of material relating to the Mobil Oil Corporation Pegasus Prize for Literature. Smith served as a consultant for this prize and the material consists of his notes and correspondence relating to the prize and the writers who were considered for it. Also includes Ts excerpts from some of the work under consideration.


Consists of notes relating to Smith's judging for the Harold Morton Landon Translation Award.


Consists material relating to Library of Congress Consultant in Poetry position. Activity schedules and correspondence relating to Smith's service as Poetry Consultant, 1968-69 and 1969-70.


Consists of Smith's comments on applications to the Translation Panel of the National Endowment for the Humanities.


Consists of notes and correspondence relating to Smith's judging for the Lenore Marshall Prize.


Consists of material relating to Smith's participation in The Italian Book and American Publishing: Translation and Market conference in Rome, June 1982. Includes correspondence, notes, photocopies, and programs.


Consists of material relating to Smith's participation in the Elizabeth Madox Roberts Centenary Conference, October 1981, St. Catherine's College in Springfield, Kentucky. Includes correspondence between Smith and William Slavick regarding Smith's participation and arrangements, Smith's notes on travel plans, and a keepsake broadside of "Woodcock of the Ivory Beak" by Roberts (Kings Library Press, University of Kentucky).


Consists of material relating to Smith's participation in the Boris Pasternak Centennial Celebration, Moscow, February 1990. Includes correspondence between Smith and centenary organizers concerning Smith's participation and travel arrangements, itinerary, notes, program, and poster designed by Andrei Voznesensky.


Consists of correspondence and notes concerning a benefit for the Translation Center, April 19, 1994. Smith was one of the founders of the Translation Center.


Consists of correspondence, notes, schedules, itineraries, programs, clippings, and copies of speeches by Smith concerning the Budapest Cultural Forum and Smith's subsequent visits to Prague, Moscow, and Leningrad.


Consists of correspondence, notes, and press releases related to a 75th birthday celebration for Allen Tate at the University of the South.


Consists of a Ts draft of a poem, Isak Dinesen, by Thorkild Bjørnvig translated by Smith and Leif Sjöberg. Smith read the poem for the celebration at the University of Minnesota.


Consists of a Ts introduction about Smith and Andrei Voznesensky and a program from the Andrei Voznesensky reading at the Terrace Theater.


Consists itinerary for Smith's participation in Glenvar Elementary School's Career Day.


The fiftieth anniversary celebration of the consultantship in poetry, Library of Congress. Also, includes material from the 1978 reunion.


Consists of a program, notes and drafts of translations of poems studied during the festival by Smith.


Consists of miscellaneous notes by Smith for the University of Iowa Writers Program, etc.


Consists of notes, correspondence, programs, photographs, etc. for the Rhodes Scholar Reunions in 1983 and 1996.


Consists of correspondence, notes, sample passages for translations toward Smith's participation in the Literary Translation Clinic.


Consists of newspaper clippings and menus for the Neustadt International Prize for Literature.


Consists of Ts drafts of essays read at the celebration, a record of a panel discussion, clippings, correspondence, notes, and Welty background material toward Smith's participation in the Eudora Welty Celebration at Hollins College.


Consists of correspondence, clippings, notes toward Smith's participation in the Salzburg Seminar in American Studies.


Consists of a program signed by Robert Frost.


Consists of a program for An Evening of Poetry with Andrei Vozesensky, Vitaly Korotich, Boris Zakhoder, and Smith.


Consists of a program, correspondence, and Auto draft of a poem by Smith from the Poets & Writers: 25 Sterling Years celebration.


Consists of clippings and memorial service programs for Robert Frost from Amherst College.


Consists of Smith's notes for reading and poems of finalists for the Newburyport Art Association Annual Poetry Contest.


Consists Smith's notes for reading and correspondence for the Hollins University reunion.


Consists of Smith's notes for reading and correspondence for a Village Voice reading.


Consists of Smith's notes and poems for a reading at l'Eglise de la Madeleine.


Consists of Smith's notes and correspondence for the Friends of New England College Library reading.


Consists of Smith's notes for the University of Florida Writers conference.


Consists of correspondence, notes, programs, and invitations regarding the 53rd PEN congress in Maastricht, the Netherlands, May 7-12, 1989.


Consists of correspondence, schedules, photographs, and other miscellaneous material concerning a trip to Romania made by Smith in 1988.


Consists of material relating to the médaille de vermeil awarded to Smith by the Académie Française for service to the French language, 1991. Consists of programs, correspondence from Smith to Francoise Chatenoud, Michel Deon, and several others concerning the medal, and an essay by Pierre-Jean Remy for the Académie Française annual public meeting in December 1991.


In recognition of contributions made on behalf of the Clinton for President Campaign.


Consists of an invitation and a program.


Consists of correspondence and news releases.


Most have been identified and arranged by Smith. See also series I.2.a.i. General Business Correspondence to and from Smith for more financial papers.


Consists of correspondence and receipts of Smith's charitable contributions. Arranged chronologically.


Consists of bank statements and canceled checks from banks in Virginia, Washington, D.C., and Massachusetts. Arranged chronologically according to bank location.


Consists of bills, arranged and identified by Smith chronologically by year. Also includes travel and auto bills.


Consists of records of business travels. Includes correspondence, itineraries, receipts, ticket stubs, and notes relating to Smith's travels in the United States, France, England, Romania, Soviet Union, Eastern Europe, the Middle East, etc.


Consists of receipts for automobile bills, repairs, and damages.


Consists of general, travel, and work-related expenses. Also includes income information. Arranged chronologically.


Consists of income materials, including royalty statements. Arranged chronologically.


Consists of income tax material, 1966 tax return, tax forms, and estimates. Arranged chronologically.


Consists of material relating to lecture engagements. Arranged and identified by Smith.


Consists of miscellaneous financial papers including four checkbook registers. Arranged chronologically.


Consists of requests to use Smith materials. Arranged chronologically.


Consists of royalty statements to Smith from publishers. Arranged chronologically.


Consists of correspondence relating to Smith's medical history and medical expense receipts. Medical expense receipts are arranged chronologically.


Consists of material relating to Smith's rented apartment at 1675 York Ave, #20K, New York. Includes correspondence, receipts, copied of lease agreements, and a signed photocopy of an op-ed article written by Smith from the New York Times , June 2, 1984.


Consists correspondence, reports, student evaluations, and memos reporting Smith's professional activities while on the faculty at Hollins College. Also, includes notes toward teaching and letters of recommendations for Hollins College writing program students.


Consists of award letters, contracts, correspondence, grant applications, reports, etc of grants awarded to Smith. The grants include: the National Endowment for the Arts Creative Writing Fellowship grant, Ingram Merrill Foundation grants, and National Endowment for the Humanities grants for Jules Laforgue projects.


Consists of Smith's high school notebook, a Grover Cleveland High School Graduation program, a Bataille De Dames program, newspaper clippings, and a Ts draft of Le Mendiant , a comedy in one act written in French.


Consists miscellaneous notes and correspondence fragments by Smith.


Consists of marriage announcement for Smith and Sonja Haussmann.


Consists of Smith’s grandfather’s 1869 account book. This detailed ledger records customers’ purchases in the shop William Austin Smith kept in Winnfield, Louisiana, along with the post office for the town.


Consists of three passports issued 1947: June 12, 1952: January 2, and 1962: March 15.


Consists of two undated address books. One is housed in a black card file located in Box 320.


Consists of Smith's personal calendars. 1993 and 2004 calendars are located in oversize.


Consists of Smith's personal journals. Three journals are undated.


Consists of correspondence, memos, notes, reports, discharge information, photographs, clippings, maps, and biographical information during Smith's World War II naval career, particularly is his time spent on the French sloop La Grandiere .


Consists of correspondence, notes, speeches, clippings, a calendar, research material, badges, materials from Smith's work on an education committee and a bill to abolish the death penalty, March on Washington for Jobs and Freedom (1963) material, and journals from the 1961-1962 sessions of the General Assembly of the State of Vermont with speeches and poems by Smith tagged. Smith served in the Vermont House of Representatives from 1961-1962.


Consists of print and magazine material, clippings, programs, posters, dust jackets, and books plates concerning Smith and others.


Print and magazine material have been transferred to the Rare Books Division. See Curator for complete listing.


Consists of newspaper and magazine clippings, including photocopies of articles. Many feature and are signed by Smith. Also includes a series of clippings concerning Tennessee Williams. Arranged chronologically.


Also includes a few programs and notes by Smith.


Consists of announcements of reading, exhibitions, invitations, conferences, prospectuses, and newsletters, etc. Arranged chronologically.


Consists of posters advertising Smith readings. Located in oversize.


Located in oversize, Box 321.


Consists of dust jackets for A Green Place: Modern Poems and Laughing Time: Nonsense Poems by Smith, Mottetti: Poems of Love translated by Dana Gioia, The Learned Ladies by Richard Wilbur, and Visions of Presence in Modern American Poetry by Nathan A. Scott, Jr.


Consists of Smith's books plates and proofs of a book plate designed by Jacques Hnizdovsky.


Consists of read and check roll for the Scott Foresman Reading System.


Consists of an album given to Smith, drawings of Smith, and Smith's wallet.


Consists of an album prepared by Diane Cook, Executive Secretary of Translation Center, Columbia University, for Smith's 70th birthday on April 22, 1988. Includes covers of Translation issues, 1973-1987; a letter of tribute to Smith from Jacques Barzun; a poem by Cook; and photographs of Smith at various Translation Center conferences and with poets and officials in the Soviet Union.

Located in oversize.


Consists of drawings of Smith by Glyn Collins and Dore Ashton. Also includes a lithograph of Smith by Eduard Bargheer.

The lithograph is located in oversize.


Consists of Smith's wallet. Contains canceled credit cards, membership cards, business cards, and notes.


Consists of photographs, cassette tapes, reel-to-reels, records, CDs, and videos.


Contains the lyrics, "The Literary Life," by Smith.


Smith poems, "Pavane for a Nursery," "A Locket for Emily Dickinson," and Mourning Song" set to music. Includes correspondence, filed in Series I.1.a Personal and Professional Correspondence to Smith, Fass, Charles.


With envelope.


Includes correspondence, filed in Series I.1.a Personal and Professional Correspondence to Smith, Huxley, Franziska.


The reel-to-reels have been removed from their original boxes and placed in archival storage boxes. Each reel-to-reel has been given a number below that matched the original and new boxes. 15.d does not have an original box.


Includes Introduction and Balloons, Big and Little - Mary of Scotland, Limericks, A Clutch of Clerihews, and Imaginary Conversations by Smith.


Includes Boy Blue's Book of Beasts, What Did I See, and Ho for a Hat! by Smith.


Includes Boy Blue's Book of Beasts by Smith.


Includes A Nuthatch of Nonsense Birds, Mr. Smith, Puptents and Pebbles, and If I Had a Boat by Smith.


Recorded at the Poetry Center.


Originally housed with Russian record. Removed and placed in Series XV.4. Records.


See also Series V.7. Material toward The Straw Market .