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Djuna Barnes papers

Author: Djuna Barnes
Publisher: 1820-1982
Edition/Format:   Computer file : English
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The University of Maryland Libraries are the primary repository for the archive of Djuna Barnes (1892-1982), who was an avant-garde American writer and artist. Her papers consist of family and personal papers, correspondence, publications, manuscript drafts, newspaper clippings, serials, photographs, and original art work documenting Barnes's career. Significant correspondents in the collection include T. S. Eliot,  Read more...
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Named Person: T S Eliot; Emily Holmes Coleman; Marianne Moore; Peggy Guggenheim; Dag 1905-1961 Hammarskjöld; Kay Boyle; Lawrence Ferlinghetti; Robert McAlmon; Laurence Vail; Allan Ross Macdougall; Allen Tate; E E Cummings; William Carlos Williams; Eugene O'Neill; Natalie Clifford Barney; Samuel Beckett; Silas Glossop; Samuel Peter Hoare; James Joyce; Carl Van Doren; Thelma Wood
Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Djuna Barnes
OCLC Number: 709681253
Language Note: English
Description: 102 linear feet Finding aid

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The University of Maryland Libraries are the primary repository for the archive of Djuna Barnes (1892-1982), who was an avant-garde American writer and artist. Her papers consist of family and personal papers, correspondence, publications, manuscript drafts, newspaper clippings, serials, photographs, and original art work documenting Barnes's career. Significant correspondents in the collection include T. S. Eliot, Emily Coleman, Marianne Moore, Peggy Guggenheim, Dag Hammarskjöld, Kay Boyle, Lawrence Ferlinghetti, Robert McAlmon, Laurence Vail, Allan Ross Macdougall, Allen Tate, E. E. Cummings, William Carlos Williams, and Eugene O'Neill. Some of the books from her personal library are among the holdings of the Marylandia and Rare Books Department.

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