Letter, postcard, and poems, 1938-1959, undated
Scope and Contents
TLS to Dwight Macdonald, 1958 Dec 30, discussing his hopes of money for work sent to Ginsburg and Hess and enclosing a poem, "Sterne," for Gloria Macdonald; APcS to Dwight Macdonald, 1938 Jun 29, from Bennington, Vermont, inviting him to stay; two-line poem on the back of an envelope for the Macdonalds, 1958 Aug; envelope addressed to Miss Hettie Cohen, 1959 Mar 4; manuscript notes on "Having Snow"; manuscript poem, "March 29, I"; and typescript poem, "Poem," beginning "The winter sky, leaden, whitened and brightened a little," with holograph first line inserted, "You are what you want to be [...]"
- 1938-1959, undated
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The materials are open for research. Restricted Fragile Papers may only be consulted with permission of the appropriate curator. Preservation photocopies for reference use have been substituted in the main files.
Language of Materials
From the Collection: English
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