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Modern poetry collection of miscellaneous manuscripts, 1920-1964.

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Consists of miscellaneous contemporary poetry manuscripts collected by Judith Bond while she was Curator of the Harriet Monroe Library of Modern Poetry at the University of Chicago. Most of the manuscripts were contributed by the poets at Bond's request. Several of the poems are in rough draft or in successive stages of completion. Collection also contains correspondence, primarily exchanges between Judith Bond and  Read more...
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Named Person: W H Auden; Laurence Binyon; Carl Bode; Maxwell Bodenheim; Judith Bond; Bliss Carman; Hayden Carruth; Richard Church; John Ciardi; Richard Eberhart; Janet Lewis; Harriet Monroe; William Robert Moses; May Sarton; Theodore Spencer; George H Tinkham; Mitchell Vennerlly; Marguerite Young
Document Type: Archival Material
OCLC Number: 57156644
Description: .25 linear ft. (1 box)

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Consists of miscellaneous contemporary poetry manuscripts collected by Judith Bond while she was Curator of the Harriet Monroe Library of Modern Poetry at the University of Chicago. Most of the manuscripts were contributed by the poets at Bond's request. Several of the poems are in rough draft or in successive stages of completion. Collection also contains correspondence, primarily exchanges between Judith Bond and the contributing poets. Poets and correpondents include W.H. Auden, Lawrence Binyon, Carl Bode, Maxwell Bodenheim, Bliss Carmen, Hayden Carruth, John Ciardi, Richard Eberhart, Harriet Monroe, W.R. Moses, May Sarton, Theodore Spencer, Charles B. Tinkham, Marguerite Young, Janet Lewis, and Richard Church. Includes one photograph of Bliss Carmen and Mitchell Vennerlly.

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