Wilder, Thornton, 1897-1975
- Existence: April 17, 1897 - December 7, 1975
Found in 90 Collections and/or Records:
The Eardley Knollys papers contains correspondence, writings, personal and family papers, photographs, and business papers relating to Eardley Knollys and Storran Gallery. Material documents Knollys's relationships with writers, artists, poets, playwrights, and art critics.
Letter : 50 Deepwood Drive, Hamden 14, Connecticut, to Harper and Bros., 49 East 33rd St., New York 16, N.Y., 1947 Nov 5
One ALS to publishers accompanying "the last galley sheet" and text (no longer present) of an unidentified work.
Autograph letter, signed, discussing an unidentified novel by Nathan and offering advice on future novels. Accompanied by an autograph postcard, signed, from Isabel Wilder and an envelope postmarked 1954 June 19.
ALS concerning theatrical adaptations of novels.
One ALS, written with colored crayons, expressing gratitude to the family for hosting a recent visit.
Letter : 50 Deepwood Drive, Hamden 17, Connecticut, to Harry T[hornton] Moore, Carterville, Illinois,  Jul 15
ALS, with envelope, discussing Rilke, the German language, travel plans, and inquiring about Moore's book projects on D. H. Lawrence and Rilke.
Letter : 50 Deepwood Drive, Hamden 17, Connecticut, to Horst Behrend, Berlin, Germany, 1962 September 2
Letter : 50 Deepwood Drive, Hamden, Connecticut 06517, to Edward Choate, The New York State Theatre, The City Center of Music and Drama, Lincoln Centre Plaza, Broadway at 64th St., New York, NY 10023, 1966 June
One autograph letter, signed, with envelope, concerning an invitation to "contribute to the program" of the New York City Center of Music and Drama and discussing urban life and work.
One ALS discussing American literary history of an unspecified period and mentioning Jerry Hart, "Dusty" Rhodes, and "Scottie" Fitzgerald.
One ALS apologizing for being unable to attend an event in honor of Frederic and Florence March.
Letter : 50 Deepwood Drive, New Haven, Connecticut, to Edith A. Snow, 16 Haviland St., Worcester, Mass., 1942 Jan[uary] 26
Autograph letter, signed, apparently declining an invitation to write an essay on the poetry of Franz Werfel. With envelope.
One autograph letter, signed, discussing an enclosure. The enclosure, a typescript letter, signed, to Wilder from Louis N. Feipel, identifies "misprints," "orthographic inconsistencies," and other errors in the sixth printing of Wilder's The Bridge of San Luis Rey (New York: Albert & Charles Boni, 1927).
One ALS commenting on poems by the recipient.
Letter : American Express Co., Frankfurt a. Main, to Alvin Baum, Hq. and Hq. Co. USAq, APO 742, Berlin , 1957 September 26
Autograph letter, signed, with envelope, concerning his trip to Germany. Accompanied by two clippings on Wilder from the early 1950s.
ALS from Paris, undated, regarding Thew Wright's membership in the Century, mentioning the premiere of La Marieuse, and APcS from Tuscon, April 1938, declining to speak at Cornell that Spring, and explaining that he no longer gives lectures but does sometimes speak informally at no charge.
Autograph letter, signed, thanking Bramble for an article she sent.
Letter : Century Club, 7 West Forty-Third Street, New York, to John Ramsay Allardyce Nicoll, 1939 September 4
Letter : Davis House, Lawrenceville, New Jersey, to Hugh Morton, Trinity Rectory, Princeton, New Jersey, 1928 Jun 15
One ALS, with envelope, discussing a meeting.
One autograph letter, signed, discussing the reception of his novel, The Cabala (New York: A. & C. Boni, 1926), and other matters.