RT Unpublished Material DB /z-wcorg/ DS http://worldcat.org ID 702180000 LA Chiefly in English; some materials in Italian. T1 Robert Fitzgerald papers, A1 Fitzgerald, Robert,, YR 1892 AB Series I, Correspondence, consists chiefly of incoming personal and professional correspondence and family correspondence. The collection is particularly rich for its correspondence with poets, editors, translators, publishers, and literary scholars and critics during the middle part of the 20th century. There are letters from many well-known poets writing in English during this period, including W.H. Auden, John Berryman, Elizabeth Bishop, Louise Bogan, James Dickey, T.S. Eliot, Seamus Heaney, Robert Lowell, Archibald MacLeish, James Merrill, Ezra Pound, Laura Riding, and William Carlos Williams. Critics include R.P. Blackmur and Francis Fergusson. Larger files exist for Dudley Fitts, Caroline Gordon, James Laughlin, T.S. Matthews, John Frederick Nims, and Allen Tate. Series II, Writings of Robert Fitzgerald, is subdivided for articles and essays, autobiographical writings, criticism, diaries, edited works, lectures and speeches, obituaries and tributes, open letters, plays, poetry, reviews, school work, short stories, and translations. Translations include corrected drafts and galley proofs for the Illiad and drafts, setting copies, and page proofs for the Aeneid. Series III, Writings of Others, contains drafts and printed versions of work by others, including writers, colleagues, and students. In general, there are drafts of work for students (or former students) and clippings or copies of printed work for better-known writers, though there are drafts of poems by Dudley Fitts, James Laughlin, Archibald MacLeish, and Allen Tate. Series IV, Financial and Legal Records, is subdivided for bank records, bills and receipts, contracts, copyright registration, insurance documents, loan records, material relating to Fitzgerald estates, real estate, royalty statements, and tax documents. Series V, Personal Papers, is subdivided for artwork, clippings, family papers, material relating to Time magazine, medical and military records, notes and notebooks, photographs, printed ephemera, real estate, school records, speaking engagements, and teaching and course material.