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Papers, 1839-1957.

Author: Stewart Mitchell
Edition/Format:   Archival material : English
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Correspondence, mss. of writings, poems, essays, diaries, journals, newspaper clippings, photos, and other papers, relating to Mitchell's literary career, his activities as editor of The Dial, New England Quarterly, and Proceedings of Massachusetts Historical Society, the modern American literary movement, cultural life in Boston, and family affairs. Includes mss. of writings by John Dos Passos and Samuel Eliot  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Essays
Poems
Diaries
Memoirs
Autobiographies
History
Periodicals
Records and correspondence
Correspondence
Named Person: Conrad Aiken; E E Cummings; Robert Frost; Robert Hillyer; Alfred A Knopf; Amy Lowell; Marianne Moore; Conrad Aiken; E E Cummings; Robert Frost; Robert Hillyer; Alfred A Knopf; Amy Lowell; Marianne Moore
Document Type: Archival Material
All Authors / Contributors: Stewart Mitchell
OCLC Number: 28498750
Notes: In part, photocopies.
This entry replaces MS 70-1029.
Description: 25 linear ft.

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Correspondence, mss. of writings, poems, essays, diaries, journals, newspaper clippings, photos, and other papers, relating to Mitchell's literary career, his activities as editor of The Dial, New England Quarterly, and Proceedings of Massachusetts Historical Society, the modern American literary movement, cultural life in Boston, and family affairs. Includes mss. of writings by John Dos Passos and Samuel Eliot Morison and memoir by Mitchell entitled Gateway to Nowhere; and correspondence, diaries, autobiography, and other papers of his aunt and benefactor, Georgine (Holmes) Thomas (1848-1940), of New York, N.Y., and Gloucester, Mass. Correspondents include Conrad Aiken, E.E. Cummings, John Dos Passos, Robert Frost, Robert Hillyer, Alfred A. Knopf, Amy Lowell, Marianne Moore, Samuel Eliot Morison, Howard Nemerov, Kenneth Patchen, Ezra Pound, Edward Arlington Robinson, Arthur M. Schlesinger, Osbert Sitwell, Alfred North Whitehead, and many other national literary and public figures.

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