Louis Lohr Martz Correspondence
Scope and Contents
- 1966 - 1996
Conditions Governing Access
Conditions Governing Use
Immediate Source of Acquisition
1.04 Linear Feet (3 boxes)
Language of Materials
Biographical / Historical
This collection received a basic level of processing in 2014, including rehousing and minimal organization. Various acquisitions associated with the collection have not been merged and organized as a whole. Each acquisition is described separately in the contents list below, identified by a unique call number and titled according to month and year of acquisition.
Information included in the Description of Papers note and Collection Contents section is drawn from information supplied with the collection and from an initial survey of the contents. Folder titles appearing in the contents list below are often based on those provided by the creator or previous custodian. Titles have not been verified against the contents of the folders in all cases. Otherwise, folder titles are supplied by staff during initial processing.
This finding aid may be updated periodically to account for new acquisitions to the collection and/or revisions in arrangement and description.
- American literature -- 20th century
- British literature -- 20th Century
- Hugo, Richard, 1923-1982
- Ignatow, David, 1914-1997
- Laughlin, James, 1914-1997
- Librarians -- Connecticut -- New Haven
- Librarians -- Connecticut -- New Haven -- 20th Century
- Martz, Louis L. (Louis Lohr), 1913-2001
- Murdoch, Iris, 1919-1999
- Slavitt, Owen
- Teachers -- Connecticut -- New Haven
- Teachers -- Connecticut -- New Haven -- 20th Century
- Wakoski, Diane
- Warren, Robert Penn, 1905-1989
- Guide to the Louis Lohr Martz Correspondence
- Under Revision
- by Beinecke staff
- Description rules
- Describing Archives: A Content Standard
- Language of description note
- Finding aid written in English.
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