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The Hart Crane Collection

Kelvin Smith Library: Special Collections Research Center

 

(1899 - 1987) 

Biography | Scope and Content | Boxlist

Quantity   26.71 linear feet

Restrictions: The Special Collections Research Center is open to any interested researcher upon presentation of a valid CASE ID or other valid official identification card. The Center is open to other researchers by appointment only.

Acquisition: The Hart Crane Collection is a unique assembly of material relating to the life and work of Harold Hart Crane contributed to by a number of donors whose interest in Crane range from scholarly biographical research to collections of artwork created by his contemporaries.

Biography: Harold Hart Crane (1899-1932)

American poet Hart Crane was born in Garrettsville, Ohio, on July 21, 1899, the only child of Clarence and Grace Hart Crane.  He moved with his family to Cleveland in 1908 and attended Cleveland public schools through the eleventh grade.  From a young age Crane declared that he would be a poet and devote his life to literary pursuits. As a teen, Crane began the practice of completely immersing himself in the study of literature to relieve the constant tension created by his parents’ unhappy marriage and subsequent divorce. 

In 1916, at the age of 17, Crane left school in Cleveland and moved to New York, ostensibly to prepare for entrance into Columbia University, but in reality to strike out on his own as a poet and writer, and to escape the unhappiness of his family life.  From this point on, until his death in 1932, Crane lived in a number of different places including Cleveland, New York, Los Angeles, Isle of Pines, France and Mexico.  He supported himself with a variety of writing jobs and publication of his poems, gifts from patrons, allowance from his family and a Guggenheim fellowship. His unstable finances, abuse of alcohol and family emergencies dictated many of these moves but his quest for solitude in which to compose his poems provided motivation as well.  

Crane is considered one of the greatest American poets of the early 20th century.  His major work, The Bridge, is a mystical synthesis of America which connects the country’s past, present and future.  For this poem Crane received the Helen Haire Levinson Prize in 1931.  While returning from a Guggenheim fellowship in Mexico in April, 1932, Crane lept to his death from the deck of the S.S. Orziba. 

 

Scope and Content Note

The collection consists of manuscript letters of Hart Crane, his published works, reviews and critiques of his poetry, biographies of his life including the literary manuscript of Voyager:A Life of Hart Crane, by John Unterecker, microfilm of the Hart Crane Papers held by Columbia University, and the notebooks and paintings of Cranes’ friend, Cleveland artist, William Sommer. The collection is arranged in six series:

Series 1:

Hart Crane Manuscript Material

1918-1931

This series consists of items in Hart Crane’s hand

Series 2:

Hart Crane Published Poems

1927-1981

This series consists of the published poems of Hart Crane

Series 3:

Hart Crane Related Publications, Events , Memorials and Artwork

1927-1987

This series consists of material, including documentation of events and tributes, regarding Hart Crane’s life and works

Series 4:

Hart Crane Papers ca. 1909-1937. Microfilm from Columbia University

[this material may not be copied, quoted or cited without the expressed permission of the Special Collections Department at Columbia University]

1903-1937

This series consists of microfilm of the Hart Crane Papers at Columbia University. Purchased for the Special Collections Research Center by the Mildred Andrews Fund

Series 5:

John Unterecker Papers: Voyager

1899-1985

This series consists of the material produced by John Unterecker in writing Voyager: A Life of Hart Crane.

 

Subseries 1:

Drafts and revisions

1919-1974

 

Subseries 2:

Research and publication

1899-1978

 

Subseries 3:

Correspondence [photocopies]

1957-1985

 

Subseries 4:

Interview transcripts

1962 and undated

Series 6:

William Sommer Material

1889-1987

This series consists of material created by and in regard to Cleveland Artist William Sommer, friend and mentor to Hart Crane.

 

Subseries 1:

Manuscript material

1889-1942

 

Subseries 2:

Biographical material

1922-1987

 

Subseries 3:

Artwork

1918-1935

 

Boxlist

Box

Folder

 Folder Title

 

Series 1: Hart Crane Manuscript Material: 1918-1931

1

1

TLS, 2 pages, New York, May 9, 1923 to William Sommer, with envelope. Gift of the Mildred Andrews Fund

1

2

ACS, New York City, October 11, 1923 to William Sommer. Gift of John Untereker

1

3

ANS [no place, no date] to Sam. Note in Secession [magazine] #7, Winter, 1924. Gift of the Mildred Andrews Fund

1

4

ALS, 1 ½ pages, Cleveland, Ohio [September 2, 1925] to William Sommer, with envelope. Gift of the Mildred Andrews Fund

1

5

TLS, 2 pages, Brooklyn, NY, October 27, 1925, to William Sommer. Gift of the Mildred Andrews Fund

1

6

ACS, Marseilles, May 3, 1929, to John Cumming. Photocopy, original framed with portrait of Crane with framed items. Gift of the Mildred Andrews Fund

1

7

ACS, Brooklyn, NY, December 20, 1929, to William Sommer. Gift of the Mildred Andrews Fund

1

8

TLS, 1 page, Chagrin Falls, Ohio, January 15, 1931, to William Sommer, with envelope. Gift of the Mildred Andrews Fund

1

9

TLS, ½ page [no place, no date], to William Sommer. Gift of the Mildred Andrews Fund

1

10

TMsS, 1 page poem “North Labrador” no date. Gift of the Mildred Andrews Fund

1

11

Photostat copy of newspaper article believed to be written by Hart Crane. Cleveland Plain Dealer, December 13, 1918

 

Series 2: Hart Crane Published Poems: 1927-1981

1

12

 “The Bathers.’ The Pagan. December, 1917. Volume 2, Number 8, p.19. Pencil sketch by William Sommer inside front cover. Gift of Joseph Erdelac.

1

13

“Black Tamborine.” The Double-Dealer.” June, 1921. Volume 1, Number 6. P.232

1

14

“Porphyro in Akron.” The Double-Dealer.” August-September, 1921. Volume 2, Numbers 8-9, p.53

1

15

“Possessions” and “Recitative.” The Little Review. Spring-Summer, 1924. Volume 10, Number 1, p. 18-19

1

16

“For the Marriage of Faustus and Helen.” Secession. Winter, 1924. Number 7, p.1. signed by the author on page 4

1

17

“Repose of Rivers.” The Dial. September, 1926. Volume 81, Number 3, p.204

1

18

“To Brooklyn Bridge.” The Dial. June, 1927. Volume 82, Number 6, p.489.

1

19

 “Powhattan’s Daughter.” The Dial.  October, 1927. Volume 83, Number 4, p.329

1

20

 “The Mermen.” The Dial. September, 1928. Volume 85, Number 3, p.230

1

21

Crane, Hart. White Buildings: Poems by Hart Crane. 1926.  First edition presentation copy. Inscribed twice by Crane to his cousin Helen Hart Hurlbert and her husband Griswald (Gooz) Hurlbert, includes A.L.S. from Crane ca. 1926, a newspaper clipping announcing publication ca. 1926, and a photo of Crane , ca.

1

22

Crane, Hart. The Bridge. 1930. First edition review copy. With bookplate of Zell P. Hart, Cranes’ aunt and godmother.


Cataloged Item

 

Crane, Hart. White Buildings: Poems by Hart Crane, 1926. Inscribed by the author to “Bill” Sommer, April 10, 1927. Gift of Mildred Andrews Fund.
Special Collections PS3505.R272 W5 1926

Cataloged Item

 

Crane, Hart. The Bridge, 1930. Gift Of Mildred Andrews Fund.
Special Collections PS3505.R272 B7 1930b

Cataloged Item

 

Crane, Hart. The Bridge, 1930. Gift Of Willis Thornton.
Special Collections PS3505.R272 B7 1930b

Cataloged Item

 

Crane, Hart. The Bridge, 1981.
Special Collections PS3505.R272 B7 1981

Cataloged Item

 

Crane, Hart. The Collected Poems of Hart Crane. Waldo Frank, editor. 1933. Gift of John Unterecker.
Special Collections PS3505.R272 1933

Cataloged Item

 

Crane, Hart. The Collected Poems of Hart Crane; Waldo Frank, editor. 1941. Gift of Willis Thornton
Special Collections PS3505.R272 1946

Cataloged Item

 

Crane, Hart. The Complete poems of Hart Crane; Brom Weber, editor. 1979.
Special Collections PS3505.R272 1979

Cataloged Item

 

Crane, Hart. Voyages; Six Poems from White Buildings, 1975. Gift of Mildred Andrews Fund.
Special Collections PS3505.R272 V6

 

Series 3: Hart Crane Related Publications, Events, Memorials and Artwork: 1927-1987

2

1

Frank, Waldo. ‘The Poetry of Hart Crane” The New Republic, Spring Literary Section. March 16, 1927. Volume 50, Number 641, part 2, p. 116-117

2

2

Cowley, Malcolm. “Two Winters with Hart Crane.” The Sewanee Review. Autumn, 1959. Volume 67, Number 4, p. 547-556 photocopy

2

3

Lohf, Kenneth A. “The Prose Manuscripts of Hart Crane.” Proof: The Yearbook of American Bibliographical and Textual Studies. Volume 2, 1972, p. 1-45. Offprint.  Gift of the Author.

2

4

Lohf, Kenneth A. “The Library of Hart Crane.” Proof: The Yearbook of American Bibliographical and Textual Studies. Volume 3, 1973, p. 283-334. Gift of the Author.

2

5

Dooley, Dennis. “Bill Sommer Lives”, Cleveland Magazine. August 1976, p. 43-46, photocopy

2

6

Hart Crane Newsletter, Volume 1, Number 1. Winter, 1977. 4 copies: gifts of John Unterecker, Park Dixon Goist, The Mildred Andrews Fund, Peter Keisogloff

2

7

Hart Crane Newsletter, Volume 1, Number 2. Fall, 1977. 2 copies: gifts of Mildred Andrews Fund, Park Dixon Goist

2

8

Hart Crane Newsletter, Volume 2, Number 1. Summer, 1978. 2 copies: gifts of Mildred Andrews Fund, Park Dixon Goist. 2 photocopies filed with original

2

9

Hart Crane Newsletter, Volume 2, Number 2. Spring, 1979. 2 copies: gifts of Mildred Andrews Fund, Park Dixon Goist.

2

10

The Visionary Company: A Magazine of the Twenties. Volume 1, Number 1. Summer 1981; Volume 1, Number 2 and volume 2, Number 1 Spring, 1982 bound together, Volume 2, Number 3 and Volume 3, Number 1, 1987 bound together. Gift of John Unterecker

2

11

The Visionary Company: A Magazine of the Twenties. Volume 1, Number 2 Spring, 1982; Volume 2, Number 1 bound together.

2

12

Kaplan, Philip. “The Making of a Collector: Laukhuff’s of Cleveland.”  Northern Ohio Bibliographic Society keepsake publication, ca.1990. inscribed by the author “To my friend Pete…” sewn into acid free boards with a Richard Laukuff Books promotional card enclosed in back cover.  Gift of Peter Keisogloff

2

13

 “A Clevelander collects Clevelanders: An Exhibit from the Collection of  Joseph M. and Elsie Erdelac.”  Exhibit program. Kenneth C. Beck Center for the Cultural Arts. February 12 – March 11, 1984. Sewn into acid free boards.  With exhibit review from “Cues and Vues: The Newsletter of the Lakewood Little Theatre/Beck Center for the Cultural Arts.”  Volume 4, Number 2, March, 1984 1. 

3

1

Clippings. Biographical articles and literary criticisms. 1919-1985

3

2

“Hart Crane and the Visual Arts: A Homecoming.” Event program. Case Western Reserve University. September 14, 1985, with photo of William McVey ca.1985.

3

3

“Famous in the Neighborhood: Hart Crane.” WCSB radio broadcast.  Vivian Pemberton, James Magner and Daniel Thompson. Parts 1 and 2, no date.  Audio cassette tapes.

 

Item stored flat on shelf

“Poems from the Heart: A Hart Crane Valentines Day Reading” and “Happy Birthday Hart Crane” Poets Bank event posters. 1984

 

Item stored flat on shelf

Wilcox, Frank. “Jeun Homme Avec Chapeau”  n.d., drawing of Hart Crane signed by the artist. Gift of the Mildred Andrews Fund, 1985

 

Item stored flat on shelf

Lachaise, Gaston. Drawing of Hart Crane. n.d. Gift of John Unterecker

 

Item on display in Special Collections Reading Room

McVey, William. Bronze maquette used in creating bronze portrait of Hart Crane (gift of Mildred Andrews Fund) installed on the CWRU campus, Kelvin Smith Library grounds.  1985 Gift of the artist.

 

Series 4: Hart Crane Papers ca. 1903-1937. Microfilm from Columbia University

[purchased for the Special Collections Research Center by the Mildred Andrews Fund, this material may not be copied, quoted or cited without the expressed permission of the Special Collections Department at Columbia University]

4

1

Roll 1: “Crane Correspondence Box 1 Columbia University”; Roll 2: “Hart Crane Manuscripts 12-13-1966”

4

2

Roll 3: “Hart Crane Manuscripts 12-13-1966”; Roll 4: “Crane Correspondence Box 1 Columbia University” 

5

1

Roll 5: “Hart Crane Correspondence Box 5”;  Roll 6: “Hart Carne Correspondence Box 5”

 

Series 5: John Unterecker Papers: Voyager: 1899-1985

Subseries 1: Drafts and revisions. 1919-1974

6

2

Early Voyager draft. Chapter 1-3 no date

6

3

Early Voyager draft. Chapter 4-7 no date

6

4

Early Voyager draft. Chapter 8-14 no date

6

5

Early Voyager draft. Chapter 15-19 no date

6

6

Early Voyager draft. Chapter 20-26  no date

7

1

Early Voyager draft. Chapter 27-31 no date

7

2

Early Voyager draft. Chapter 28 no date

7

3

Early Voyager draft. Chapter 30 no date

7

4

Early Voyager draft. Chapter 31 no date

7

5

Early Voyager draft. Chapter 32 no date

7

6

Early Voyager draft. Chapter 32-36 no date

7

7

Early Voyager draft. Chapter 37-41 no date

7

8

Early Voyager draft. Chapter 42-44 no date

7

9

Unrevised Voyager draft. Chapter 1-3 no date

7

10

Unrevised Voyager draft. Chapter 4-7 no date

8

1

Unrevised Voyager draft. Chapter 8-14 no date

8

2

Unrevised Voyager draft. Chapter 15-19 no date

8

3

Unrevised Voyager draft. Chapter  20-28 no date

8

4

Unrevised Voyager draft. Chapter  29-32 no date

8

5

Unrevised Voyager draft. Chapter  33-38 no date

8

6

Unrevised Voyager draft. Chapter  39-44 no date

9

1

Three drafts, front matter. no date

9

2

Copyright page ca. 1969

9

3

Dust jacket. no date

9

4

Sample pages. no date

9

5

Chapter 1-2. no date

9

6

Chapter 3, notes, handwritten draft and first typed draft. no date

9

7

Chapter 28 revised. no date

9

8

Chapter 30-32 revised. no date

9

9

Bibliography of secondary material. no date

9

10

Final chapter. no date

9

11

Additions to original draft. no draft

9

12

Material deleted from final draft. no date

9

13

Notes and errata, galleys. no date

9

14

Proofs read by Thomas S.W. Lewis p. 148-196. 11/20/1968

 

Series 5: John Unterecker Papers: Voyager 1899-1985

Subseries 2: Research and publication. 1899-1978

10

1

Hart Crane letters in other repositories. Includes: Clark, Alexander P., The Manuscript Collections of the Princeton University Library, an Introductory Survey. Princeton University Library. 1960. 

10

2

Hart Crane relatives’ addresses. no date

10

3

Film Rights for Voyager.  1974

10

4

Publicity. 1960-1970

10

5

Reviews. 5/19/1969-12/8/1969

10

6

Reviews. 7/1/1969-7/21/1974

10

7

Speeches. 3/8/1967-4/21/1974

10

8

“In Search of Hart Crane” Television program. Correspondence, reviews, press releases. 1966

10

9

“Voyages: Music of Claudio Monteverdi and Charles Fussel.” Performance program, musical score and direction. 1968-1970

10

10

Research notes I. no date

10

11

Research notes II. no date

10

12

Research notes III. no date

10

13

Biographical notes on William Sommer. no date

10

14

Copy of Hart Crane birth certificate. 7/21/1899

10

15

Copies of Hart Crane poems. 1919-1930

10

16

Copies of Hart Crane letters to William Wright. ca. 1916-1930

10

17

Copy of Hart Crane editorial contribution to The Pagan. January, 1919. Volume 3, Number 1

11

1

Weber, Brom. The Letters of Hart Crane. 1952. Photocopy annotated by Unterecker with additions and corrections.

11

2

Friedman, Paul. “The Bridge: A Study in Symbolism.” The Psychoanalytic Quarterly, 1952. Volume 21, Number 1 p. 49

11

3

Rowe, H.D. “Hart Crane: A Bibliography.” Twentieth Century Literature, July. 1955. Volume 1, Number 2.

11

4

Cowley, Malcolm. “Remembering Hart Crane.” The Gadfly. July, 1957. Volume 9. Issue 1, p.4-5

11

5

Creeley, Robert. “Hart Crane and the Private Judgment” and Crane, Hart. “Letters of Hart Crane.” The Free Lance. 1960. Volume 5, Number 1. pp. 3 and 17.

11

6

Baird, Peggy. “The Last Days of Hart Crane.” Venture. 1961. Volume 4, Number 1, p.21

11

7

Lohf, Kenneth A. and Eugene P. Sheehy. “An Index to The Little Review. 1914-1929. The New York Public Library. 1961

11

8

Loveman, Samuel. Hart Crane: A Conversation with Samuel Loveman. Edited by Jay Socin and Kirby Congdon. 1964. Photocopies of seven pages, including title page, of the published work held in Special Collections:  Spec Col 2 PS3503.R272Z58

11

9

Day, Robert A. “Image and Idea in “Voyagers II”” Criticism: A Quarterly for Literature and the Arts. Summer, 1965. Volume 7, Number 3. Reprint

11

10

Spears, Monroe K.  “Hart Crane” University of Minnesota Pamphlets on American Writers. Number 47. 1965

11

11

Editors. “Newly Discovered Hart Crane Poem.” American Weave. December, 1966. Volume 30, Number 2. With photo of Crane family ca.1914. p.2

11

12

McDowell, Frederick P.W. “Caroline Gordon.”  University of Minnesota Pamphlets on American Writers. Number 59. 1966

11

13

Editors. “Hart Crane and Alice Crane Williams Memorial Prize Poet”, “Hart Crane’s Ghost Written Suicide Notes.” American Weave. June, 1967. Volume 31, Number 1, p.1, 53, Hart Crane bookplate reproduced on cover.

12

1

Editors. “The November 30th Meeting.” Poetry Society of America Bulletin. January, 1968 Hart Crane on cover

12

2

Brown, Susan Jenkins. “Hart Crane: The End of the Harvest.” The Southern Review. October, 1968, Volume 4, new series, Number 4, p.947

12

3

Lewis, Thomas S.W. “Hart Crane and His Mother: A Correspondence.” Salmagundi. Spring, 1969. Number 9, p.61. inscribed by author

12

4

Billington, David P. “Engineering Education and the Origins of Modern Structures.”  Civil Engineering. January, 1969. Reprint

12

5

Uroff, M.D. “Hart Crane’s Recitative.” Concerning Poetry. Spring, 1970. Volume 3, Number 1, p.22

12

6

Uroff, M.D. “Hart Crane’s “Voyages VI,” Stanza 6” English Language News. September, 1970. Volume 8, Number 1, p.45, reprint

12

7

Uroff, M.D. “The Imagery of Violence in Hart Crane’s Poetry.” American Literature. May, 1971. Volume 43, Number 2, p.200, reprint

12

8

Lyon, Melvin E. “The Centrality of Hart Crane’s “The Broken Tower”.” March, 1972. University of Nebraska Studies, new series number 42.

12

9

Editors. “A New View of American Poets: Hart Crane” Poetry Pilot.  September, 1973.

12

10

Parkinson, Thomas. “The Hart Crane-Yvor Winters Correspondence.” The Ohio Review. Fall, 1974. Volume 16, Number 1, p.5 one complete issue, one photocopy of the article

12

11

Editors. “Hart Crane Letters.” Bancroftiana. February, 1975, Number 60, p.6

12

12

Zeck, Gregory R. “The Logic of Metaphor: “At Melville’s Tomb”.”  Texas Studies in Literature and Language. Fall, 1975, Number 17, p.673

12

13

Pemberton, Vivian. “Hart Crane’s Heritage.”  Artful Thunder: Versions of the Romantic Tradition in American Literature.  1975, p.221, reprint

12

14

Martin, Robert K. “Hart Crane’s “For the Marriage of Fuastus and Helen”: Myth and Alchemy.”  Spring, 1976, Volume 9, Number 1, p.59,  photocopy

12

15

Mathias, Michael. “Vision From the Bridge of Fire and Other Selected Poems” Masters of Modern Poetry. 1977 inscribed by the author

12

16

Zeck, Gregory R. “The Chan’s Great Continent”: Otto Kahn and The Bridge.” The Markham Review. Summer, 1978, Volume 7, p.61

12

17

Hart. “This magazine is published by the S.S. Orizaba Press, and is dedicated to the ghost of Hart Crane. It is edited by Bill Sulau, Kris Frankenberry, and Bill Schlau from 60 Beechwood Road, Newark, Ohio,  no date

13

1

Morris, H.C. “Crane’s “Voyages” as a Single Poem.” Accent. Fall, 1954, Volume14, p.291 photocopy

13

2

Cowley, Malcolm. “The Leopard in Hart Crane’s Brow.” Esquire. October, 1958, Volume 50, Number 4, p.257

13

3

Porter, Katherine Anne and Hank Lopez  “A Country and Some People I Love: an Interview with Katherine Anne Porter.” Harper’s Magazine. September, 1965, Volume 231, Number 1384, p.58

13

4

Pemberton, Vivian. “Hart Crane and Yvor Winters, Rebuttal and Review: A New Crane Letter.” American Literature. May, 1978, Volume 50, Number 2, p.276

13

5

Parkinson, Thomas. Hart Crane and Yvor Winters: Their Literary Correspondence. 1978, galleys annotated by Unterecker.

13

6

Leibowitz, Herbert A. Hart Crane: An Introduction to the Poetry. Galleys annotated by Unterecker, no date

13

7

Heringman, Bernard. “Note on a Poem by Hart Crane.”  July 12, 1948. Typescript

13

8

Parkinson, Thomas. “Hart Crane and Yvor Winters: The Meeting of Their Minds.” ca.1975, typescript

13

9

Klingler, Charles Daniel. “Some Principles of Meaning and Structure in the Poetry of Hart Crane.” 1970, typescript

13

10

Zeck, Gregory R. “Identity and Metaphor in Hart Crane’s “The Wine Menagarie”.”  ca. 1978, typescript

13

11

Read, Dennis. “Hart Crane’s Letters to The Little Review.”  no date, typescript

13

12

Zeck, Gregory R. “ Hart Crane’s Plutonic Ecstacies.” no date, typescript

13

13

Zeck, Gregory R. “Identity and Form in Hart Crane.”  no date, typescript

 

Series 5: John Unterecker Papers: Voyager 1899-1985

Subseries 3: Correspondence. 1957-1985

14

1

Academy of American Poets, November 21, 1972 – September 6, 1973

14

2

Bill Addison, January 19, 1970

14

3

Conrad Aiken, no date

14

4

Anthony Alexvich, December 20, 1969

14

5

Florence Amamoto, February 24, 1975

14

6

American Philosophical Society Grant, March 23, 1962 – April 25, 1963

14

7

Elizabeth Ames, July 11, 1969

14

8

Margaret Anderson, September 14, 1961

14

9

Marge Anderson,  December 6, 1969

14

10

Mrs. Sherwood Anderson (Eleanor), August 4, 1961

14

11

Nathan Asch, July 11 – August 4, 1961

14

12

Peggy Babcock, May 23, 1961 – June 27, 1979

14

13

Peggy Baird, January 6, 1960 – May 15, 1961

14

14

Raymond Baird, April 8, 1961 – November 13, 1961

14

15

Everette B. Baker, September 23, 1969

14

16

Howard Baker, July 11, 1961 – September 8, 1961

14

17

John Baker, August 28, 1962 – October 9, 1969

14

18

Charles Baldwin, January 30, 1962 – July 24, 1965

14

19

Alex Baltzly, September 19, 1962 – November 20, 1962

14

20

George Barr, October 6, 1969

14

21

Richard Baughman, September 1, 1971

14

22

Jessie Bell, March 17, 1970

14

23

Harry Benedict, March 24, 1967 – March 31, 1967

14

24

Mary Anne Benito, September 18, 1969

14

25

Emmett Bennett, July 29, 1963

14

26

Warner Berthoff, August 12, 1969

14

27

David P. Billington, August 18, 1969

14

28

R. P. Blackmur, no date

14

29

Suzanne Bloch, September 4, 1962

14

30

Anthony Blond LTD, December 22, 1969 – September 20, 1971

14

31

Mary Blum, September 10, 1960

14

32

Maxwell Bodenheim, no date

14

33

Julia Boken, July 30, 1969

14

34

Kay Boyle, February 25, 1961 – March 4, 1961

14

35

Lewis Branscomb, September 13, 1960

14

36

Anita Brenner, August 31, 1960 – August 17, 1966

14

37

Stephen Breslow, July 14, 1969

14

38

Bessie Breuer, no date

14

39

James Brewster, February 9, 1971

14

40

Donald Brien, April 22, 1972 – May 24, 1972

14

41

Charles Brooks, no date

14

42

J.L. Brown, August 11, 1976

14

43

Susan Jenkins Brown, February 25, 1961 – October 10, 1969

14

44

William Slater Brown,  July 13, 1961 – October 3, 1979

14

45

Brown University, May 1963 – July 19, 1963

14

46

E. Brunner , April 22, 1970

14

47

Guido Bruno, no date

14

48

Michael Bruno, October 17, 1969

14

49

Scott Bunn, August 26, 1970

14

50

Eugene Burduck, October 11, 1966

14

51

Kenneth Burke, July 17, 1962

14

52

Scott Burnham, October 12, 1969

14

53

Edward Burns, February 27, 1971

14

54

Edward Butscher, January 9, 1977

14

55

R.W. Butterfield, March 10 – April 11, no date

14

56

Witter Bynner, June 22, 1962

14

57

Richard Cady, July 11, 1969

14

58

John Calder Publishing, October 1958 – October 30, 1974

14

59

Alice Calhoun, June 5 – July 12, 1966

14

60

Roy Campbell, April 25, 1957

14

61

Harry Candee, August 14, 1963

14

62

Antonio Caporicci, August 20, 1971

14

63

Lucy Carnihan, no date

14

64

Dudley Carroll, December 12, 1942 – August 22, 1962

14

65

Case Western Reserve University (WRU Registrar), August 9, 1963

14

66

Leonard Casper, September 29, 1969 – September 30, 1969

14

67

Tom Chaffin, November 24, 1980

14

68

Lawrence Chaikin, April 23, 1972 – October 31, 1972

14

69

John Charles, April 21, 1961 – July 17, 1969

14

70

James Child, July 14, 1969 – August 27, 1969

14

71

Linda Cirino, December 14, 1974 – December 16, 1974

14

72

David Clark, July 9, 1969 – January 29, 1980

14

73

Cyril Clemens, August 4, 1969 – October 12, 1969

14

74

Cleveland Research, no date

14

75

Herbert Clevenger, June 21 - July 16, 1963

15

1

William Leo Coakley, no date

15

2

H.D. Collamore, July 13, 1963

15

3

Columbia University, January 15, 1960 – November 4, 1980

15

4

Padric & Mary Colum, no date

15

5

Kirby Congdon, August 25, 1962 – February 7, 1970

15

6

Kathleen Connelly, May 20, 1969

15

7

Claude Conyers, September 25, 1969

15

8

Contemporary Literature, March 14, 1969 – March19, 1969

15

9

Steve Cook, March 13, 1974

15

10

Leon Cooke, January 13, 1971

15

11

William Cooper, September 15, 1969

15

12

Luis A. Cordero, June 8, 1970 – July 6, 1970

15

13

George Corner, August, 8, 1969

15

14

Julie F. Coryn, November 3, 1969

15

15

Anna Cosman, January 25, 1974

15

16

Malcolm Cowley, October 2, 1960 – March 4, 1969

15

17

T. F. Craggs, September 29, 1969

15

18

Frederika Crane, September 26, 1960 – March 23, 1962

15

19

Crane Grant Application, December 2, 1960 – February 14, 1962

15

20

Ralph C. Crane, September 24, 1963

15

21

W. H. Crane, August 22, 1969

15

22

Caresse Crosby, March 7, 1961 – October 6, 1969

15

23

E. E. Cummings, August 17, 1961 – July 23, 1962

15

24

Marion Cummings, November 13, 1966

15

25

Edward Dalberg, September 6, 1929 – October 26, 1964

15

26

Foster S. Damon, August 23, 1963

15

27

Hugh Dawson, November 5, 1973

15

28

T. Dawson, March 26, 1973 – April 19, 1973

15

29

Robert Day, November 1, 1965

15

30

Charles DeFanti, May 31, 1973 – March 7, 1974

15

31

Dorothy Denher, June 13, 1970

15

32

August Derleth, March 20, 1969

15

33

Robert Dexter, November 29, 1961 – December 12, 1961

15

34

David Diamond, August 11, 1969

15

35

Michael di Capua, February 17, 1970

15

36

Lorna Dietz, no date

15

37

James Dickey, September 16, 1969

15

38

Stephen Dimen, July 13, 1969

15

39

Mary Doherty, August 5, 1966

15

40

William Doreski, no date

15

41

John Dos Passos, July 27 – August 20, 1963

15

42

Fraser Drew, September 9, 1969

15

43

Maurice Duke, January 7, 1971 – November 22, 1972

15

44

Regan Durrant, January 10, 1974 – May 26, 1975

15

45

Irvin Ehrenpreis, August 10, 1968

15

46

Bruce Elman, November 20, 1969

15

47

English Institute, March 31, 1961 – September 5, 1969

15

48

Maurice English, October 14 – October 31, 1963

15

49

Joseph Erdelac, August 24, 1985

15

50

Len Evans, November 7, 1972

15

51

Walker Evans, no date

15

52

Alfred Evenitsky, September 2, 1973

15

53

Colin Falck, June 18, 1965 – March 21, 1968

15

54

Farrar, Straus, and Giroux, January 9, 1960 – January 6, 1982

15

55

Herman Feitzer, no date

15

56

J.D. Fernon, April 10, 1970

15

57

Valerie Ferrer, September 16, 1969

15

58

Robert Fichter, September 7, 1969 – April 20, 1970

15

59

Leon Filipe, May 30, 1961 – June 3, 1961

15

60

Judith Fireman, May 19, 1969

16

1

Robert Fitch, February 11, 1971

16

2

Geoffrey Fitzgerald, September 27, 1979 – June 2, 1980

16

3

James Fletcher, November 25, 1969

16

4

Robert Fletcher, no date

16

5

Bernice Foley, November 23, 1971 – December 28, 1971

16

6

Ann Ford, November 29, 1982

16

7

W.T. Ford, August 11, 1969

16

8

Robert Foster, April 27, 1971

16

9

Waldo Frank, June 26, 1962

16

10

Joseph Frease, November 13 – 15, 1963

16

11

Charles Fussell, December 15, 1969 – June 19, 1970

16

12

Alfred Galpin, July 19, 1961 – March 7, 1971

16

13

Jen Gasparini,, October 13, 1969

16

14

John E. George, July 28, 1969

16

15

Manuel Giacomo, December 12, 1969

16

16

Roland Gibson, November 25, 1970

16

17

Alex Gildzen, September 4 – 11, 1985

16

18

Paul Giles, June 13 – July 17, 1983

16

19

Bert Ginther, October 22, 1960 – August 8, 1963

16

20

Robert Giroux, June 11, 1965 – May 23, 1969

16

21

Gotham Book Mart, no date

16

22

Norman Gover, September 9, 1969

16

23

James Graham, July 4, 1978 – February 10, 1979

16

24

Robert Greene, December 12, 1966

16

25

Beth Greenfield, November 4, 1975

16

26

J.A. Greulich, October 28, 1969

16

27

The Grolier Club, November 2 -4, 1966

16

28

Elbert Gross, May 1973

16

29

David Grossberg, February 28, 1974

16

30

Herbert Gruendel, March 28 – April 4, 1967

16

31

Mony Grumberg, September 13, 1969 – April 24, 1970

16

32

Solomon Grumberg, August 12 – December 7, 1960

16

33

Guggenhem Foundation, no date

16

34

Robert Hadfield, no date

16

35

Donald Hall, March 1, 1976 – August 27, 1980

16

36

Mac Hammond, June 18, 1962 – July 20, 1963

16

37

Helen Hanley, August 23, 1964

16

38

Don Hanson, no date

16

39

Don Harrell, December 16, 1970

16

40

Charles Harris, September 23, 1960 – April 28, 1968

16

41

Elwin Harris, February 28, 1974

16

42

Thomas D. Harrison, August 25, 1970

16

43

Hart Crane Newsletter, October 23, 1976 – October 19, 1978

16

44

Marsden Hartley, January 3, 1962 – July 7, 1963

16

45

Harvard University, July 19, 1961

16

46

Harvard University Press, November 11, 1971

16

47

Richard Harwell, April 23, 1970

16

48

Gordon Hatfield, no date

16

49

Jane Heap, August 17, 1961

16

50

Helen Heiman, September 15, 1960

16

51

Cecil Hemley, November 19, 1959 – May 20, 1968

16

52

George Hendrick, September 17, 1970

16

53

Jack Henry, March 31, 1966 – February 24, 1972

16

54

Warren Herendeen, April 3, 1977 – January 30, 1978

16

55

Stephen Hersch, July 13, 1963

16

56

David Herwaldt, July 16, 1977

16

57

Bill Heyden, July 30, 1985

16

58

Granville Hicks, September 14, 1966

16

59

John Hicks, September 17, 1969

16

60

Jack Hirschman, January 1978

16

61

Mary Hirth, July 7, 1966

16

62

Bessie Hise, September 19, 1960 – August 6, 1969

16

63

Richard Hobson, March 21, 1961

16

64

Daniel Hogg, November 19, 1969

16

65

Mildred Holmes, January 23, 1964

16

66

Phillip Horton, July 19, 1962 – September 20, 1962

16

67

Alan Howard, April 25, 1961 – February 4, 1962

16

68

Nat Howard, August 6, 1962

16

69

Stanley Howe, February 15, 1973

16

70

Elbert Hubbard, August 29, 1961

17

1

Norma Huntman, September 4, 1969

17

2

Kenneth Hurd, October 10, 1960 – November 3, 1969

17

3

Helen Hart Hurlburt, September 10, 1960 – no date

17

4

Collister Hutchinson, September 15, 1960 – no date

17

5

Norma Louise Huntman, no date

17

6

Richard Hutson, September 1966 – November 16, 1966

17

7

Indiana University, July 26, 1961

17

8

Hunter Ingalls, September 9, 1962

17

9

Michael Ivens, September 22, 1971

17

10

David Jackson, August 20, 1969

17

11

Liz Jacobson, May 20, 1962

17

12

Yvonne Jenenson, July 21, 1969

17

13

Trebbe Johnson, December 8, 1970

17

14

Matthew Josephson, December 30, 1969

17

15

J.R.K. Kantor, April 28, 1970 – February 10, 1975

17

16

Philip Kaplan, July 24, 1969

17

17

Francis Keegan, February 3 – September 16, 1971

17

18

Edward Kempf, September 8, 1966

17

19

Sister Eileen Kennedy, no date

17

20

Kay Kenney, January 22 – June 16, 1962

17

21

Jean Kerr, January 8 – March 15, 1962

17

22

David Kessinger, April 22, 1970

17

23

Rush Kidder, August 1, 1969

17

24

Andrew Kimmens, July 22, 1970

17

25

Martin King, July 23, 1971

17

26

Roger Kingston, July 30, 1969

17

27

George Kirk, October 22, 1960 – July 3, 1963

17

28

Randal Kirsch, March 28 – May 6, 1968

17

29

Alexandra Kizinski, April 25, 1971

17

30

Joseph Kline, April 18 – July 3, 1961

17

31

W.G. Kline, no date

17

32

Jerome Kloucek, November 16, 1970

17

33

George Knox, October 7 – November 21, 1966

17

34

Arthur Koki, April 4, 1963 – March 12, 1970

17

35

Gabriel Kollko, August 8, 1963

17

36

Aaron Kramer, July 10, 1969

17

37

Phillip Krapp, July 9, 1969 – April 27, 1970

17

38

Elizabeth Kray, March 12, 1973 – May 26, 1976

17

39

Gaston La France, September 27 – October 12, 1962

17

40

Marston LaFrance, April 10, 1973

17

41

Jane Langton, May 25 – July 4, 1982

17

42

Mrs. Richard Laukhoff, January 18, 1960 – February 9, 1961

17

43

Robert Laurent, March 8 – March 22, 1966

17

44

Lewis Leary, no date

17

45

George Leinwall, August 11 – August 18, 1969

17

46

Fredrica Lewis, October 4, 1969

17

47

Richard Lewis, June 15, 1970 – no date

17

48

R.W.B. Lewis, February 23, 1963

17

49

Thomas Lewis, January 12, 1969 – no date

17

50

Jay Leyda, October 21, 1969

17

51

Library of Congress, August 8, 1962

17

52

John Lineaweaver, August 27 – August 30, 1961

17

53

G. Linnemann, May 3, 1970

17

54

Art Livingston, October 8, 1970

17

55

Ralph Livingston, October 29, 1969 – February 14, 1970

17

56

Lockwood Memorial Library, June 27, 1962

17

57

Harold Loeb, June 30, 1963

17

58

Bob Loehr, August, 19, 1961 – October 18, 1962

17

59

Kenneth Lohf, April 17 - 19, 1968

17

60

Tom Lombardi, February 12 – April 5, 1968

17

61

Robert Emmet Long, August 2, 1969

17

62

Sam Loveman, April 11, 1961 – no date

17

63

Sam Loveman Interview, August 4, 1962

17

64

Thomas Lowry, March 15 – May 9, 1963

17

65

Loyola University of Chicago, October 2, 1970

17

66

Michael Lynch, June 5, 1973 – March 24, 1976

17

67

Mary McCaslin, May 14 – June 26, 1963

17

68

Don McClelland, no date

17

69

Ann McCullough, April 21, 1978

17

70

Maynard Mack, December 4, 1968

18

1

Harley McHugh, July 26, 1963

18

2

John McHugh, January 30, 1962

18

3

Archibald Macleish, October 9, 1963 – August 24, 1966

18

4

Kerry Mc Sweeney, November 3, 1969

18

5

Betty Madden, September 10, 1960 – December 7, 1970

18

6

John Major, January 24, 1974

18

7

Taltat Malman, June 1, 1970

18

8

Joe Maltby, May 7, 1976

18

9

Ernest Manfred, April 1, 1971

18

10

Charles Mann, July 3, 1972

18

11

David Manzo, April 2, 1971 – February 14, 1972

18

12

John Martin, no date

18

13

Jon Marshall, August 12, 1969

18

14

Robert K. Martin, March 3, 1970 – October 19, 1977

18

15

John Mayfield, July 13 – November 7, 1966

18

16

Tony Mazzella, July 14, 1969

18

17

Arnold Mench, no date

18

18

Merchant Marine Records Section, August 7, 1966

18

19

Mexico Information, no date

18

20

Rodica Mihaila, November 13, 1973

18

21

Milwaukee Public Library, June 2, 1970

18

22

W. J. Mitchell, August 17, 1966

18

23

Henry Allen Moe, April 13, 1965 – March 18, 1969

18

24

Ian Moore, May 8, 1963

18

25

John Moore, November 3, 1969 – April 16, 1970

18

26

Marinne Moore, August 10 – 27, 1962

18

27

Lester Moses, October 16, 1963

18

28

Francis Murphy, October 5,1969 – April 18, 1970

18

29

Michael Murphy, June 2 – 22, 1963

18

30

Russell Murphy, August 13 – October 17, 1973

18

31

Museum of Modern Art, July 17, 1963

18

32

George Mutch, March 25, 1974

18

33

Irene Nadeua, February 10, 1970

18

34

Tarn Nathaniel, October 21, 1961?

18

35

The Nation, May 28, 1969 – no date

18

36

Ernest Nelson, August 2, 1966

18

37

Mrs. Fred New, July 1, 1961 – no date

18

38

Newberry Library, July 15, 1961 – May 13, 1971

18

39

Charles Newman, July 5, 1966 – June 22, 1967

18

40

Doug Nichols, October 23, 1969

18

41

Helge Nilson, February 2, 1967 – no date

18

42

Dorothy Norman, July 13, 1963

18

43

Blonda Norvell, May 12 – July 11, 1961

18

44

Henry Nuwer, September 3, 1969 – May 15, 1970

18

45

Ed O’ Gorman, March 10, 1980

18

46

Ohioana Library Association, November 21, 1960 – April 16, 1975

18

47

Ohio State University, June 18, 1964

18

48

Ohio University Press, March 28, 1969

18

49

Larry Olpin, February 11, 1971

18

50

Eugene O’ Neill, August 28 – October 8, 1962

18

51

Emil Opfer, August 18, 1961 – no date

18

52

Herbert Oppenheimer, August 12, 1969

18

53

Geoia, Ohaviano, August 15, 1969

18

54

Donald Parker, July 16, 1976 – February 28, 1978

18

55

Nancy Parker, January 19 – February 9, 1972

18

56

Thomas Parkinson, May 21, 1975 – no date

18

57

Michael Partington, August 5, 1985

18

58

Franklin Patterson, December 8, 1970

18

59

Sherman Paul, October 10,1969 – no date

18

60

Norman Pearson, October 30, 1960 – December 14, 1970

18

61

Arlie Peck, February 17, 1970

18

62

Mike Peck, April 20, 1970

18

63

Michael Peed, August 11, 1969

18

64

Arthur Pell, September 6, 1966

18

65

Ronald Pelsinger, March 10, 1973

18

66

Vivian Pemberton, August 10, 1971 – August 5, 1975

18

67

Wilhemina Peters, no date

18

68

Dennis Petrie, April 9, 1974

18

69

Wiley Phelps, June 21, 1970

18

70

Thom Pigasa, August 3, 1972

18

71

Mrs. Robert Plum, May 27, 1970

18

72

Frederick Pohl, March 25 – April 22, 1968

18

73

Thomas Pollard, March 19, 1970

18

74

Elizabeth Pollet, October 3, 1960

18

75

Cyrena Pondrom, July 11, 1969

18

76

Fairfield Porter, July 11 – 14, 1961

18

77

Katherine Porter, August 6 – 20, 1961

18

78

Ray Porter, September 23, 1966

18

79

Peter Putnam, January 20 – August 18, 1985

18

80

Wayne Quinlan, July 31, 1972

18

81

Vincent Quinn, July 4 – 12, 1963

18

82

Florence Raymond, April 11 – May 4, 1961

18

83

Dennis Read, May 1, 1976 – January 4, 1978

18

84

Perry Reed, May 13, 1972

18

85

Bill Regier, March 18, 1974

18

86

Marion Rendell, August 6, 1969

18

87

Susan Rhinehart, March 15, 1971

18

88

Joe Ridgely, July 15, 1963 – no date

18

89

Maurice Riordan, November 19, 1975 – January 10, 1976

19

1

Eleanor Rixson, March 13, 1970

19

2

Paul Rosenfeld, August 7, 1963

19

3

Wendy Robbins, May 24, 1972

19

4

Guy Rotella, March 1, 1973

19

5

Routledge & Kegan Paul, July 15, 1968

19

6

John Runden, January 5, 1970

19

7

Michael Salamo, July 13, no year

19

8

Karen Salzberg, March 10, 1968

19

9

Ellen Sarot, March 13, 1970

19

10

Harold Schimmel, September 21, 1966 – June 17, 1970

19

11

Ben Schleiter, August 30, 1969

19

12

Carl Schmitt, October 25, 1960 – November 20, 1969

19

13

Harold Schneider, October 31, 1969

19

14

Isidor Schneider, August 21, 1962 – October 25, 1966

19

15

Patricia Schorb, April 1, 1977

19

16

Arnold Schwab, January 20 – June 24, 1970

19

17

Alan Schwartz, January 20, 1970

19

18

Joseph Schwartz, July 31, 1969 – February 1, 1971

19

19

Lloyd Schwartz, no date

19

20

Ida Scott, April 12, 1961

19

21

Charles Scruggs, June 21 – August 29, 1972

19

22

Marian Seldes, August 11, 1971

19

23

Charles Seluziki, March 24, 1970

19

24

Sewanee Review, October 21, 1960 – November 4, 1976

19

25

Eugene Sheehy, March 12, 1969

19

26

Louis Sheaffer, February 4, 1970 – April 28, no year

19

27

Margaret Sheffield, July 2, 1965 – no date

19

28

Anthony Shipps, May 8, 1970

19

29

Roger Silver, November 16-27, 1977

19

30

Harvey Simmonds, January 21, 1972

19

31

Marc Simon, July 2, 1969 – February 13, 1979

19

32

Lewis Simpson, November 20, 1970

19

33

Lesley Simpson, June 6, 1936 – July 16, 1961

19

34

Sally Simpson, January 26 – July 1, 1962

19

35

David Siqueiros, February 18, 1967

19

36

Josephine Sloan, July 28, 1963

19

37

Wellington Sloane, July 4, 1963

19

38

Robert Slusser, October 3, 1969 – April 5, 1970

19

39

Elizabeth Smith, November 13, 1963 – June 13, 1964

19

40

Harrison Smith, August 24 – September 28, 1961

19

41

James Smith, August 3, 1969

19

42

Ware Smith, February 17, 1970

19

43

Kathleen Snyder, no date

19

44

Hyde Solomon, July 30, 1969

19

45

Israel Solon, July 17, 1963

19

46

Ray Sommer, December 14, 1960 – July 1, 1961

19

47

William Sommer Jr., September 9, 1962 – June 10, 1964

19

48

Rexford Sorenson, June 27, 1970

19

49

Jack Soules, September 17, 1968

19

50

Peter Spackman, January 11, 1966

19

51

Monroe Spears, January 18 – June 14, 1970

19

52

Pietro Spiracci, no date

19

53

Spoken Arts Records, December 12, 1960 – January 3, 1961

19

54

William Spratling, September 8, 1960 – May 30, 1961

19

55

Carl Sprinchorn, no date

19

56

Jon Stallworthy March 22, 1968 – July 7, 1969

19

57

Donald Stanford, September 9, 1968 – March 28, 1972

19

58

Stan Stanko, August 3, 1969 – October 8, 1970

19

59

Peter Stansky, July 22, 1969

19

60

Steiglitz/Georgia O’ Keefe, June 17 – 29, 1963

19

61

Jerry Steinberg, August 24, 1971 – January 14, 1972

19

62

Frances Steinhart, no date

19

63

Joseph Stella, March 5, 1962

19

64

Robert Stewart, January 5 – November 29, 1961

19

65

Rex Stout, July 31, 1969

19

66

Roger Straus Jr., June 17, 1970 – November 27, 1972

19

67

Carol Strempek, no date

19

68

Celia Sugarman, August 3, 1966

19

69

Charles Sullivan, October 23, 1969

19

70

E. Sure, April 12, 1969

19

71

David Swetland, April 7 – August 11, 1961

19

72

Frederick Swetland, August 17, 1961

19

73

Dorothea Tabbert, October 22 –November 8, 1960

19

74

Nathaniel Tarn, no date

19

75

Allen Tate, May 22, 1925 – April 16, 1976

20

1

Bobby Thompson, no date

20

2

Walter Thompson, November 1, 1962 – November 19, 1965

20

3

Donald Tipka, October 21, 1962

20

4

Leonard Todd, September 18, 1971

20

5

Jean Toomer, July 4 – August 2, 1963

20

6

Alan Trachtenberg, June 12, 1964 – December 1, 1967

20

7

Gail Trebbe, March 29, 1972

20

8

Lynne True, December 21, no year

20

9

Mark Turbyfill, August 21, 1964

20

10

University of Buffalo, July 21, 1961

20

11

University of Chicago Libraries, July 20, 1961 – March 25, 1969

20

12

University of Illinois Press, February 9 – October 15, 1971

20

13

University of Texas, July 7, 1966

20

14

University of Virginia, July 19, 1961 – July 11, 1966

20

15

John Unterecker, June 1, 1969

20

16

Margaret Uroff, December 2, 1971 – May 20, 1980

20

17

Charles Val Clear, July 11, 1961 – July 22,1963

20

18

Helen Vendler, May 9, 1969 – March 28, no date

20

19

Hunce Voelker, September 10, 1970 – June 17, 1975

20

20

Gertrude Vogt, September 27, 1969

20

21

Charman von Wiegand, July 23, 1962 – August 15, 1963

20

22

Bernard Wagner, November 18, 1975

20

23

Arthur Waldhorn, no date

20

24

Eda Lou Walton, August 25, 1962 – August 18, 1963

20

25

David Water, December 2, 1970

20

26

Brom Weber, October 25, 1960 – December 28, 1966

20

27

Larry Weber, March 10, 1977

20

28

Dennis Wepman, May 14, 1970

20

29

Linda Wheat, September 30 – October 12, 1967

20

30

George Whiteside, August 16, 1968

20

31

W. A. Widney, October 8, 1962

20

32

Ann Wiederrecht, August 13, 1970

20

33

Henry Wiggins, August 14, 1970 – September 16, 1971

20

34

Joseph Winer, May 2, 1973

20

35

Loring Williams, October 21, 1966

20

36

William Williams, September 19, 1961 – December 2, 1961

20

37

John Willingham, March 11, 1971

20

38

Yvor Winters, October 10, 1960 – September 18, 1962

20

39

Terrance Withers, September 28, 1969

20

40

David Woodcock, September 27 – 30, 1966

20

41

Carl Woodring, October 17, 1969

20

42

Thomas Worthman, September 5, 1969

20

43

Marg Wright, August 6, 1969 – August 17, 1970

20

44

William Wright, October 22, 1960 – February 23, 1976

20

45

Yale University Library, October 25, 1960 – October 27, 1964

20

46

Phil Yannella, June 3, 1973

20

47

Morton Zabel, August 9 – September 20, 1961

20

48

B. Zatterstrom, August 27, 1969

20

49

Greg Zeck, November 16, 1978

20

50

Lee Zell, April 19, 1970

20

51

Gilberta Zingler, December 31, 1969

20

52

William Zorach, July 17 – 19, 1962

20

53

Roger Zucker, September 14 – 28, 1961

 

Series 5: John Unterecker Papers: Voyager 1899-1985

Subseries 4: Interview Transcripts. 1962 and undated

20

54

Peggy Babcock, no date

20

55

Peggy Baird, no date

20

56

Susan Jenkins Brown, no date

20

57

William Slater Brown, no date

20

58

Malcolm Cowley, no date

20

59

Waldo Frank, no date

20

60

Waldo Frank, September, 1962      

20

61

Solomon Gruenberg, no date

20

62

William Lescaze, no date

20

63

Sam Loveman, August 4, 1962

20

64

Sam Loveman, no date

21

1

Gorham Munson, no date

21

2

Richard Rychtarik, no date

21

3

Isidor Schneidor, September 11, 1962

21

4

Allen Tate, September 11, 1962

21

5

Charmon von Wiegand, no date

 

Series 6: William Sommer Materials: 1889-1987

Subseries 1: Manuscript materials, 1889-1942

21

6

William Sommer Sketchbook; loose pages, no date

21

7

William Sommer Sketchbook #8, no date

21

8

William Sommer Sketchbook # 18. “Munich Sketchbook” 1890

21

9

William Sommer Sketchbook #20, ca.1911-1914

21

10

William Sommer Sketchbook #24, no date

21

11

William Sommer Sketchbook #30, ca.1942

21

12

William Sommer Sketchbook #30? no date

21

13

William Sommer Sketchbook #54 (5557) no date

21

14

William Sommer Sketchbook # 32, ca. 1940

21

15

William Sommer Sketchbook #43, ca. 1939

21

16

William Sommer Sketchbook #44, ca. 1921

21

17

William Sommer Sketchbook #50, no date

22

1

William Sommer Sketchbook #53, no date

22

2

William Sommer Sketchbook #54, ca. 1889

22

3

William Sommer Sketchbook #68, no date

22

4

William Sommer Sketchbook #84, ca. 1939

22

5

William Sommer Sketchbook #138, ca. 1932

22

6

Photocopy of Sketch, no date

 

Series 6: William Sommer Materials: 1889-1987

Subseries 2: Biographical materials: 1922-1987

22

7

Press Clippings December 1931-August 1976

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A Selection of pages from William Sommer notebooks and letters at the Cleveland Museum of Art, ca. 1922-1932. Photocopies

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Chronological bibliography of news and period articles; 1911-1964, no date

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Milliken, William M.. “William Sommer the Individual.” Cleveland Museum of Art. [exhibit catalog?] 1950. 3pp.

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Photographs of selected Sommer paintings, ca.1923-1987. Including photographs made for Hart Crane ca.1923.

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Ingalls, Hunter. The William Sommer Book [alternative title: The Several Dimensions of William Sommer], draft typescript, ca 12/17/1984, part 1 chapters 1-6

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Ingalls, Hunter. The William Sommer Book [alternative title: The Several Dimensions of William Sommer], draft typescript, ca 12/17/1984, part 2 chapters 7-9

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Charles Van Clear, Director of Akron Art Institute, 1945-1949. William Sommer materials, notes, ca.1923-1963. photocopies

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Exhibit program. William Sommer. The Museum of the Hudson Library and Historical Society. 1956. Photocopy

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Exhibit invitation. William Sommer. The Department of Art of Baldwin-Wallace College. 1961

 

Series 6: William Sommer Materials: 1889-1987

Subseries 3: Artwork: 1918-1935

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Boy with Blue Socks. Watercolor with pen on paper. Framed: 27” x 23”; inner mat: 19”x14.5” in double-sided mounting with Farmscape. Gift of Mildred Andrews Fund. 1985

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Brandywine. Watercolor with pencil on paper. Framed: 24 3/8” x 30 3/8”; paper 19 3/8” x 25 ¼”. Gift of Mildred Andrews Fund , 1985

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Cow. Chalk and pencil on paper. Framed: 19” x 15 ¾”; inner mat: 11 7/8 x 8 ½”. In double sided mounting with Self Portrait (Chalk and Ink, undated). Gift of Mildred Andrews Fund, 1986

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Early Spring Cows. Signed. On loan from Anonymous donor.

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Evening Still Life. Watercolor on paper. Framed: 24 ½” x 20 ½”; paper: 18” x 12 ½”. Gift of Mildred Andrews Fund, 1985

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Farmscape. Watercolor with pen on paper. Framed: 22 ½” x 27”; inner mat 14 ½” x 19”. Signed, in double-sided mounting with Boy with Blue Socks. Gift of Mildred Andrews Fund, 1985

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Farmyard, 1939. Watercolor with ink on paper. Framed: 24 3/8” x 30 3/8”; paper: 15 3/8” x 20”. Signed and dated. Gift of Mildred Andrews Fund, 1985

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Girl with Yellow Hair. Watercolor on paper. Framed: 24 1/2:” x 20 ½”; paper: 15” x 11”. Signed. Gift of Joseph Erdelac, 1985

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Portrait of Hart Crane, c.1922. Drawing, Matchstick on paper. Framed: 21 3/8” x 18 ¾”; inner mat: 16 3/8” x 13 ¾”. Gift of Mildred Andrews Fund, 1985

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Hart Crane (Eating an Apple), c. 1918-1920. Brush and ink with watercolor wash. Framed: 23” x 18 ½”; inner mat: 15 ½” x 11 ½”. Gift of John Unterecker, 1985

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Lineal Lady (Portrait of Mrs. Sommer). Watercolor with pencil on paper. Framed: 24 ½” x 20 ½”; paper: 18” x 12 ½”. Gift of Joseph Erdelac, 1985

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Self Portrait. Watercolor on paper. Framed: 24 ½” x 20 ½”; paper: 15” x 11”. Signed. Gift of Mildred Andrews Fund, 1985

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Self Portrait, 1921. Chalk and pencil on paper. Framed: 21 ¾” x 17 ¼”; inner mat: 14 ½” x 11”. Signed and dated. Gift of Mildred Andrews Fund, 1985

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Self Portrait, 1918. Chalk and pencil on paper. Framed: 22” x 17 ¾”; inner mat: 15 ¾” x 11 ½”. Signed and dated. Gift of Mildred Andrews Fund, 1985

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Self Portrait, Chalk and Ink. Framed: 19” x 15 ¾”; inner mat: 11 7/8” x 8 ½”. In double-sided mounting with Cow. Gift of Mildred Andrews Fund, 1985

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Snowy Landscape, 1930. Drawing, pen and ink with watercolor wash. Framed: 20 ½” x 24 ½”; paper: 11” x 15”. On loan from anonymous donor. Signed and dated

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Still Life with Glass Insulator, c. 1935. Watercolor on paper. Framed: 20 ¼” x 24 1/8”; paper: 11” x 15”. Gift of Mildred Andrews Fund, 1985

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Still Life with Pears and Glass. Watercolor and ink on paper. Framed: 24 ½” x 20 ½”; paper 15” x 11 1/8”. Signed. Gift of Mildred Andrews Fund, 1985

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Still Life with Three Apples and a Pear. Watercolor and pencil on paper. Framed: 20 ½” x 24 ½”; paper: 13 ¾” x 16 7/8”. Signed. Gift of Mildred Andrews Fund, 1985

       

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