|提及的人：||Carlos Baker; Ralph Borsodi; Rose Cohen; Ernest Hemingway; Isaac Proctor Powers; Lorinda Lamon Powers; Edwin Arlington Robinson; James Rorty; Alice Lamon Powers Smith; Chard Powers Smith; Edward North Smith; Eunice Clark Smith; Hannibal Smith; Marion Antoinette Smith; Olive Cary Macdonald Smith; Bernardine Szold-Fritz; Mark Van Doren|
Chard Powers Smith
|语言注释：||Materials in English.|
|描述：||91.5 linear feet (222 boxes)|
The papers contain writings, correspondence, personal papers, photographs, and family papers of twentieth-century American writer Chard Powers Smith. The collection documents his career through drafts of his writings and through correspondence that reveals his personal and professional relationships with fellow writers, publishers, and literary organizations. The papers also contain information about his family, documenting not only his relationships with family members but also the lives of his parents and grandparents in nineteenth-century Watertown, New York. Smith's experiences during World War I and his travels in Europe in the 1920s are documented through correspondence, autobiographical writings, photographs, and scrapbooks. His involvement with the Distributist and Agrarian movements of the 1930s is evidenced by correspondence, writings, and printed ephemera, and the collection also documents his involvement with the Society of Friends, or Quakers, particularly from the 1950s through the end of his life.
- Baker, Carlos, -- 1909-1987.
- Borsodi, Ralph, -- 1888-1977.
- Cohen, Rose, -- 1880-1925.
- Hemingway, Ernest, -- 1899-1961.
- Powers, Isaac Proctor, -- 1826-1908.
- Powers, Lorinda Lamon, -- ca. 1838-1921.
- Robinson, Edwin Arlington, -- 1869-1935.
- Rorty, James, -- 1890-1973.
- Smith, Alice Lamon Powers, -- 1872-1906.
- Smith, Chard Powers, -- 1894-
- Smith, Edward North, -- 1868-1943.
- Smith, Eunice Clark.
- Smith, Hannibal, -- 1839-1899.
- Smith, Marion Antoinette.
- Smith, Olive Cary Macdonald, -- ca.1888-1924.
- Szold-Fritz, Bernardine.
- Van Doren, Mark, -- 1894-1972.
- MacDowell Colony (Peterborough, N.H.)
- Free America.
- Agrarians (Group of writers)
- Authors, American -- 20th century -- Archives.
- Individualism -- United States.
- Quakers -- United States -- 20th century.
- World War, 1914-1918.
- Watertown (N.Y.) -- Social life and customs.