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Papers. 1969.

Author: Jean Toomer; India M Waterson
Edition/Format:   Archival material : English
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Transcript and tape of an interview with Gorham B. Munson regarding Harlem Renaissance writer Jean Toomer; interviewer, India M. Watterson. Munson gives his reminiscenses of Jean Toomer from the time they met in 1922 until about 1950, when Toomer ceased to lead an active life and became a semi-invalid. Reminiscenses mention prominently the philosopher-esthete, Georges Ivanovich Gurdjieff, and a number of literary  Read more...
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Named Person: Hart Crane; George Ivanovich Gurdjieff; Margery Latimer; Waldo David Frank; India M Waterson; Margaret Naumberg; Edith Everett Taylor; Marjorie Content
Document Type: Archival Material
All Authors / Contributors: Jean Toomer; India M Waterson
OCLC Number: 20312317
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Transcript and tape of an interview with Gorham B. Munson regarding Harlem Renaissance writer Jean Toomer; interviewer, India M. Watterson. Munson gives his reminiscenses of Jean Toomer from the time they met in 1922 until about 1950, when Toomer ceased to lead an active life and became a semi-invalid. Reminiscenses mention prominently the philosopher-esthete, Georges Ivanovich Gurdjieff, and a number of literary figures of the 1920's and '30's such as Hart Crane, Waldo Frank, Margaret Naumberg, Margery Latimer and Marjorie Content.

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