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Papers of Vachel Lindsay 1921, 1924-1932, 1981.

Author: Vachel Lindsay; James Southall Wilson; Alida Wilson Davison; Charles Marshall Davison
Edition/Format:   Book : Biography : Manuscript   Archival Material : English
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In three letters, 1921-1924, to James Southall Wilson Lindsay discusses his feelings for Virginians and the University of Virginia, poems he has enclosed, Poe, and Jefferson. Stringfellow Barr is mentioned. An explanatory letter from Alida and Charles Davison is enclosed as well as a newsclipping regarding Lindsay and Stephen Graham in Glacier Park, and a reprint of a review of the Golden book of Springfield.
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Named Person: Edgar Allan Poe; Stringfellow Barr; Stephen Graham; Thomas Jefferson; Vachel Lindsay; Stringfellow Barr; Stephen Graham; Thomas Jefferson; Vachel Lindsay; Edgar Allan Poe
Material Type: Biography, Manuscript
Document Type: Book, Archival Material
All Authors / Contributors: Vachel Lindsay; James Southall Wilson; Alida Wilson Davison; Charles Marshall Davison
OCLC Number: 647947495
Notes: Forms part of the Clifton Waller Barrett Library.
Ms., typescript, print.
Reproduction Notes: Typescript.
Description: 6 items.

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In three letters, 1921-1924, to James Southall Wilson Lindsay discusses his feelings for Virginians and the University of Virginia, poems he has enclosed, Poe, and Jefferson. Stringfellow Barr is mentioned. An explanatory letter from Alida and Charles Davison is enclosed as well as a newsclipping regarding Lindsay and Stephen Graham in Glacier Park, and a reprint of a review of the Golden book of Springfield.

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