Theodore Enslin Papers, ca. 1955-1975. (Archival material, 1955) [WorldCat.org]
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Theodore Enslin Papers, ca. 1955-1975.

Author: Theodore Enslin
Edition/Format:   Archival material : English
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The Theodore Enslin papers are a collection of correspondence and manuscripts written to and by Theoldore Enslin from 1957 to 1975. Collection highlights include letters written by Paul Blackburn, Robert Bly, Carol Bergé, Hayden Carruth, Cid Corman, Diane DiPrima, Clayton Eshleman, Ian Hamilton Finlay, Denise Levertov, Henry Rago, Gary Snyder, and Theodore Russell Weiss.
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Genre/Form: Correspondence
Manuscripts for publication
Page proofs
Postcards
Personal correspondence
Named Person: Theodore Enslin; Carol Bergé; Paul Blackburn; Robert Bly; Hayden Carruth; Cid Corman; Diane Di Prima; Clayton Eshleman; Ian Hamilton Finlay; Denise Levertov; Henry Rago; Gary Snyder; Theodore Russell Weiss; Carol Bergé; Paul Blackburn; Robert Bly; Hayden Carruth; Cid Corman; Diane Di Prima; Theodore Enslin; Clayton Eshleman; Ian Hamilton Finlay; Denise Levertov; Henry Rago; Gary Snyder; Theodore Russell Weiss
Document Type: Archival Material
All Authors / Contributors: Theodore Enslin
OCLC Number: 58785150
Description: 3.5 linear ft. (7 boxes)

Abstract:

The Theodore Enslin papers are a collection of correspondence and manuscripts written to and by Theoldore Enslin from 1957 to 1975. Collection highlights include letters written by Paul Blackburn, Robert Bly, Carol Bergé, Hayden Carruth, Cid Corman, Diane DiPrima, Clayton Eshleman, Ian Hamilton Finlay, Denise Levertov, Henry Rago, Gary Snyder, and Theodore Russell Weiss.

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