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Jay B. Hubbell papers, 1905-1986.

Author: Jay B Hubbell; Jay B. Hubbell Center for American Literary Historiography.
Edition/Format:   Archival material : English
Database:WorldCat
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This addition consists of biograhical sketches of Ima Honaker Herron, Ralph Leslie Rusk, John Hall Wheelock, Killis Campbell and Thomas Ollive Mabbott, in addition to numerous reprints and offprints of articles by Hubbell and others. Additional printed materials consist of programs of MLA meetings; annual reports of the American Literature Group; and a program of the Philadelphia Orchestra presenting the world
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Genre/Form: Correspondence
Named Person: Jay B Hubbell; Killis Campbell; David Dodds Henry; Norman Dello Joio; Hubbell family.; Ima Honaker Herron; Maureen Cobb Mabbott; Thomas Ollive Mabbott; Ralph L Rusk; Allen Tate; John Hall Wheelock; Virginia Wiley
Document Type: Archival Material
All Authors / Contributors: Jay B Hubbell; Jay B. Hubbell Center for American Literary Historiography.
OCLC Number: 81571865
Notes: Unprocessed collection. Cataloged from accession records.
Description: 2947 items.

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This addition consists of biograhical sketches of Ima Honaker Herron, Ralph Leslie Rusk, John Hall Wheelock, Killis Campbell and Thomas Ollive Mabbott, in addition to numerous reprints and offprints of articles by Hubbell and others. Additional printed materials consist of programs of MLA meetings; annual reports of the American Literature Group; and a program of the Philadelphia Orchestra presenting the world premiere of "Songs of Remembrance" (a musical setting of John Hall Wheelock's poetry by Norman Dello Joio). Hubbell's correspondents include Eddie Cone, John Hall Wheelock, Allen Tate, Maureen Mabbott, Virginia Wiley, H. Emmanuel, David Dodds Henry, Mary-Lorraine Duke, David Hubbell, Frank C. Brown, and Will Irving, as well as students, publishers, and university administrators. This addition also includes poetry and other writings by Mary-Lorraine Duke, Ruth Ann Hubbell (sister of Jay B. Hubbell), and Paul Hubbell (Jay B. Hubbell's brother). Miscellaneous items document Hubbell's teaching activities in Vienna, Athens, and Jerusalem.

Another addition contains miscellaneous notes including reviews of his works, letters, clippings, articles, a syllabus, handwritten notes, an announcement of Hubbell's Fulbright scholarship, and even a four leaf clover.

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