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Spencer Brown papers, 1909-1991.

Author: Spencer Brown; David Newton
Edition/Format:   Archival material : English
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The collection consists of writings, correspondence, printed material, scattered business records, and personal papers relating to aspects of Spencer's Brown career as an educator and poet. Writings include typescripts of articles, lectures, and poems, some of which are annotated, as well as a printed copy of the published collection, Verses by Two Not Old Hands (1930), by David Newton and Spencer Brown.  Read more...
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Named Person: Spencer Brown; Dana Gioia; Howard Moss; Felix Stefanile; Jack Stillinger; James L Weil
Document Type: Archival Material
All Authors / Contributors: Spencer Brown; David Newton
OCLC Number: 702181271
Language Note: In English.
Description: 0.70 linear feet (2 boxes)

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The collection consists of writings, correspondence, printed material, scattered business records, and personal papers relating to aspects of Spencer's Brown career as an educator and poet. Writings include typescripts of articles, lectures, and poems, some of which are annotated, as well as a printed copy of the published collection, Verses by Two Not Old Hands (1930), by David Newton and Spencer Brown. Correspondence includes letters from friends, family, writers, editors, and admirers, as well as copies of outgoing correspondence and letters to Margaret Brown. Correspondents include Felix Stefanile, The Sewanee Review, Jack Stillinger, Dana Gioia, and Howard Moss, among others. Printed material includes clippings and book excerpts of various writings by Brown. Business records include agreements for the publication of My Father's Business and Other Poems and Child's Game, On a Journey, the latter published by The Elizabeth Press and edited by James L. Weil; and material relating to the copyright for My Father's Business and Other Poems and permission to reprint poems published in The New Yorker. Personal papers include birth and marriage certificates, grade reports from Harvard University, love poems to his wife, Elizabeth Boyle Brown, and biographical material. Also found is a video cassette (content unknown).

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