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Papers, 1877-1980,

Author: Louise Seaman BechtelBoris ArtzybasheffPamela BiancoFritz EichenbergDorothy Pulis LathropAll authors
Edition/Format:   Archival material : English
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Papers primarily concern her work in literature, publishing, and editing, especially for children, and include correspondence, manuscripts, illustrations, biographical information, and published articles and reviews from or pertaining to authors, illustrators, and publishers, 1922-1978, including Rachel Lyman Field, Dorothy Pulis Lathrop, Marianne Moore, Helen Sewell, Wallace Stevens, Katharine Sergeant Angell
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Genre/Form: Scrapbooks
Photoprints
Postcards
Prints
Named Person: Rachel Field; Dorothy Pulis Lathrop; Marianne Moore; Helen Sewell; Wallace Stevens; Katharine Sergeant Angell White; Carroll Moore; Frances Clarke Sayers; Harry Behn; Padraic Colum; Anne Parrish; Sara Teasdale; Elizabeth Jane Coatsworth; Bertha E Mahony Miller; Jennie D Linquist; Ruth Hill Viguers; Charles F Seaman
Document Type: Archival Material
All Authors / Contributors: Louise Seaman Bechtel; Boris Artzybasheff; Pamela Bianco; Fritz Eichenberg; Dorothy Pulis Lathrop; Howard Pyle; Lynd Ward; Stanley Wengenroth
OCLC Number: 155518610
Description: 8 cubic ft.

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Papers primarily concern her work in literature, publishing, and editing, especially for children, and include correspondence, manuscripts, illustrations, biographical information, and published articles and reviews from or pertaining to authors, illustrators, and publishers, 1922-1978, including Rachel Lyman Field, Dorothy Pulis Lathrop, Marianne Moore, Helen Sewell, Wallace Stevens, Katharine Sergeant Angell White, Carroll Moore, Frances Clarke Sayers, Harry Behn, Padraic Colum, Anne Parrish, and Sara Teasdale. Extensive correspondence from Elizabeth Coatsworth, Vassar classmate and children's author, concerning travel, writing, mutual friends, the onset of World War II, volunteer war work, and family news, 1913-1980; biographical articles on Coatsworth, 1936-1978; and a Coatsworth family photograph album, 1898-1979. Letters from editors and board members at the Horn Book Company, publishers of THE HORN BOOK MAGAZINE and other children's literature, concerning Bechtel's work, editorial policy, conflicts between editors and the board, and publishing plans, with some personal and family news, 1934-1974. Correspondents include Bertha E. Mahony (Miller), Jennie D. Linquist, and Ruth Hill Viguers. Also, scrapbooks of Bechtel's published reviews and articles.

Other items include typed excerpts from the diary of her father Charles F. Seaman, 1877-1950; family photographs, clippings, announcements, and postcards; and Bechtel's collection of prints and photographs including works by Boris Artzybasheff, Pamela Bianco, Fritz Eichenberg, Dorothy Lathrop, Howard Pyle, Lynd Ward, and Stanley Wengenroth.

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