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Melville Cane papers, 1901-1979.

Author: Melville Cane
Edition/Format:   Archival material : English
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Correspondence, manuscripts, and books of Melville H. Cane.
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Genre/Form: Essays
Lectures
Manuscripts
Poems
Proofs
Scrapbooks
Named Person: W H Auden; William Aspenwall Bradley; William Stanley Braithwaite; Van Wyck Brooks; Benjamin N Cardozo; Wilbur L Cross; T S Eliot; John Erskine; Robert Frost; Alyse Gregory; C G Jung; Sinclair Lewis; Abraham Lincoln; Jacques Maritain; Marianne Moore; Christopher Morley; Lewis Mumford; Gorham Bert Munson; Ogden Nash; Eugene O'Neill; A R Orage; Maxwell E Perkins; Amélie Rives; Harold Wallace Ross; William Saroyan; Upton Sinclair; Leonora Speyer; Joel Elias Spingarn; Alfred Stieglitz; James Thurber; Lionel Trilling; Jessamyn West; John Hall Wheelock; Thomas Wolfe
Document Type: Archival Material
All Authors / Contributors: Melville Cane
OCLC Number: 472459751
Language Note: Material is in English.
Description: 22 linear ft. ( 46 boxes & 5 volumes)
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Correspondence, manuscripts, and books of Melville H. Cane.

Among the correspondents are Van Wyck Brooks, Carl Jung, Lewis Mumford, William Saroyan, Upton Sinclair, Felix Frankfurter, Jessamyn West, and W.H.Auden. Included is a scrapbook of newspaper articles by Cane, written chiefly for the "New York Evening Post". He served as the Columbia University correspondent during 1901 and 1902, when he was studying for his degree at the School of Law.

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