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Papers of Virginia Hunter Lyne Tunstall 1869-1959.

Author: Virginia Hunter Lyne TunstallRobert B TunstallEmily ClarkIsabel Fiske ConantEllen Anderson Gholson GlasgowAll authors
Edition/Format:   Book : Biography : Manuscript   Archival Material : English
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Correspondence is addressed to Mrs. Tunstall and her husband Robert Baylor Tunstall. Principle correspondents who discuss her work and their own are: Emily Tapscott Clark Balch, Isabel Fiske Conant, Ellen Glasgow, Armistead Churchill Gordon, Marjorie Kinnan Rawlings, Lizette Woodworth Reese, Leonora Speyer, Allen Tate and Amélie Rives Troubetzkoy. Miss Rees, Tate and Princess Troubetzkoy enclose poems. Rawlings and
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Named Person: Virginia Hunter Lyne Tunstall; Hervey Allen; Stringfellow Barr; James Branch Cabell; Hart Crane; William Faulkner
Material Type: Biography, Manuscript
Document Type: Book, Archival Material
All Authors / Contributors: Virginia Hunter Lyne Tunstall; Robert B Tunstall; Emily Clark; Isabel Fiske Conant; Ellen Anderson Gholson Glasgow; Armistead C Gordon; Marjorie Kinnan Rawlings; Lizette Woodworth Reese; Leonora Speyer; Allen Tate; Amélie Rives; Edwin Anderson Alderman; Donald Davison; Leigh Hanes; Margaret Mitchell; Caroline Gordon Tate; Pierre Troubetzkoy; Irwin Wallace; James Southall Wilson; Isabel Mercein Tunstall
OCLC Number: 647949513
Notes: 1 v. contains ca. 250 letters.
For detailed description and location see slip list.
Description: 60 items & (4 volumes)
Other Titles: Virginia Hunter Lyne Tunstall papers

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Correspondence is addressed to Mrs. Tunstall and her husband Robert Baylor Tunstall. Principle correspondents who discuss her work and their own are: Emily Tapscott Clark Balch, Isabel Fiske Conant, Ellen Glasgow, Armistead Churchill Gordon, Marjorie Kinnan Rawlings, Lizette Woodworth Reese, Leonora Speyer, Allen Tate and Amélie Rives Troubetzkoy. Miss Rees, Tate and Princess Troubetzkoy enclose poems. Rawlings and Tate comment upon Ellen Glasgow, and Tate remarks on: Hervey Allen, Stringfellow Barr, James Branch Cabell, Hart Crane, William Faulkner, France in the late 1920's, the Southern Writers Convention, U. Va., 1931, and evaluates Mrs. Tunstall's book of poems A white sail set.

Other correspondents are: Edwin Anderson Alderman, Donald Davison, Armistead Chuchill Gordon, Leigh Hanes, Margaret Mitchell, Caroline Gordon Tate, Pierre Troubetzkoy, Irwin Wallace, James Southall Wilson, and editors and publishers of various poetry magazines of the 1920's.

Scrapbooks, 1921-51 & 1923-59, contain clippings of Mrs. Tunstall's poems and their reviews, of her speeches and talks, of her reviews of other author's works, Christmas cards, 1932-57, containing original poems, invitations to and membership cards of various literary societies. Also souvenirs of European trips, theater programs, telegrams sent on death of Mr. Tunstall and obituaries -- Album, 1869, kept by Isabel Merclin Meiser Tunstall [1 v.].

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