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Mack, Maynard, 1909-2001



  • Existence: 1909 - 2001


Maynard Mack received his B.A. in 1932 and his Ph.D. in 1936, both from Yale, and joined the English Department there in 1936, rising to become Sterling Professor of English in 1965. A scholar of Shakespeare, Pope, and twentieth-century literary criticism, Mack has authored a number of works, including King Lear in Our Time (1965) and Alexander Pope: A Life (1986).

Found in 6 Collections and/or Records:

Letter : to Frank and Connie Ellis, 273 Willow Street, New Haven, Connecticut, 1965 April 8

 Part of Collection — Box 272: [Barcode: 39002140921264], Folder: 36
Call Number: GEN MSS MISC
Scope and Contents:

Typescript letter, signed, recommending that Frank and Connie Ellis take up gardening.

Dates: 1965 April 8

MACK, MAYNARD, 1909-2001

Call Number: GEN MSS MISC

Maynard Mack papers

Call Number: YCAL MSS 111
Abstract: The collection consists of material created and accumulated by Maynard Mack in the course of his scholarly and teaching activities, including extensive documentation relating to his research on Alexander Pope and Shakespeare. Research and writing files include notes, copies of archival material, card files, lists, drafts, page proofs, printed material, and related material. Teaching files include notes, lectures, and course material. Correspondence consists largely of single letters to Mack...
Dates: 1928-1997

Carroll L. V. Meeks papers

Call Number: MS 706
Abstract: The major portion of the papers consists of research materials for a study of the architecture of Yale University; research materials on Connecticut architecture, railroad stations, and Works Progress Administration files for Connecticut; and research for Carroll Meeks's book on Italian architecture, published in 1966. Included in the materials on Yale are photographs, articles, manuscripts, notes and bibliographies. Additional papers reflect Meeks's teaching career at Yale University...
Dates: 1928-1966

James Marshall Osborn correspondence

Call Number: OSB MSS 7

The correspondence concerns the scholarly and collecting interests of James Marshall Osborn. The collection documents his activities as a rare book and manuscript collector, his research in early modern and eighteenth century English literature, and his authorship of several volumes of literary history. Much of the correspondence is with other literary scholars, including F. W. Bateson, James Lowry Clifford, Wilmarth S. Lewis, Maynard Mack. Chauncey Brewster Tinker, and René Wellek.

Dates: 1928-1977

World literature lectures, Yale University

Call Number: RU 149

The records consist of audio recordings of lectures by Yale professors on literary classics.

Dates: 1973-1977

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Collection 4
Archival Object 2
Scholars -- United States 2
Architecture -- Connecticut -- New Haven 1
Architecture, Italian 1
Art historians 1
Audiotapes 1