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Box 28, Folder 2
Included are writings by Bill Barker, Zina Rachevski (1964), Gerard Belart (1967); one bound copy of poems by Emmett Jarrett (Crete 1967), Frederic Brown, Harold Norse (Nov. 1963), Nanos Valaōritēs, Inez Cavanaugh, Leōnidas Chrēstakēs, Papapolitēs Sōtērēs, Peter Stevens (1959, 1963), Poulikakos Dēmētrēs, Philip Lamantia, Panos Koutroumpousēs (1964), Kyriakos Phrangoulēs, Vasilēs Ziōgas (1956), Ted Joans (2 autograph poems, 1947 and 1954), and Barbara Rubin.
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Box 28, Folder 4
Included are writings in English, Greek, and French by several authors, such as Alain Jouffroy, Fernando Pessoa (1928), Angus Maclice; Eric J. Solibakke, Norse Harold, Nikos Engonopoulos, and Kaiē Tsitselē (May 30, 1964).
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Box 29, Folder 4
Included are works of several writers and poets, such as Nicolas Calas, Andreas Nomikos, Dēmētrēs Korsos, Giōrgos Likos (15/3/42), Paulos Vlachos (1942), R.D. Smith, T.S. Eliot, Edna St. Vincent Millay, Arēs Alexandrou (September 1940), Krishnamurti, and H.L.R. Edwards. There are also two short stories of the book Rainbow pour Rimbaud by Jean Teulé (1991). Valaōritēs's handwritten note on the folder states that the folder contains poems and other works of his friends, acquaintances, or other unknown persons.
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Box 31, Folder 5
Includes a short biographic data of Nanos Valaōritēs; a copy of the program of the Fourth International Poetry Festival at the University of Texas, Austin in April 1974. Also included are notes, lists, a few drawings, a typescript of the Dictionary of the United States Military Terms for Arms and Services (Ts), dated January 1953, and a typescript copy of "La Vie Intellectuelle en France (du ler Avril au 30 Mai 1944)," Bulletin no. 5 (25 June 1944).
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Consists of the writings of Caroline Gordon, including novels, nonfiction, short stories, plays, essays, and notebooks. Works include "The Glory of Hera," "Under the Mulberry Tree," and "The Christian Experience in Fiction" as well as others.
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Consists of correspondance with family and friends, including individuals such as Margaret Lowery, Flannery O'Connor, Katherine Anne Porter, and Allen Tate. Also includes correspondence with publishers such as Cooper Square Publishers, Inc., Kent State University Press, Charles Scriber's Sons, and Doubleday and Co., Inc.
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Unlike correspondence in the "General" category, the majority of materials under "Family" consist of letters Caroline Gordon wrote and sent to various family members, particularly her aunt Pidie and cousin Marion "Manny." These letters therefore constitute a rich trove of autobiographical material about Caroline Gordon over a span of six decades.
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These materials, acquired after Caroline Gordon's death, consist primarily of manuscripts that Gordon was working on during the last decade of her life and correspondence with family and friends. The assemblage of letters that Gordon sent to close family members represents a particularly rich trove of autobiographical material, specifically a window into the life she shared with poet and critic Allen Tate. Later correspondence tracks her involvement in various creative writing programs throughout the United States and her final years in San Cristóbal de las Casas, Chiapas, Mexico.
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Consists of correspondence, documents, ledgers, photographs of the Meteor Crater (Ariz.) site, and printed matter of Barringer (Princeton University Class of 1879). The correspondence contains letters which deal with scientific and business activities in mining and meteorology, including those of several companies which Barringer founded or developed, such as the Hanover Bessemer Iron and Copper Company, El Palmarito Leasing Company, the Texas Iron Association, and the Meteor Crater Exploration Mining Company (general manager, George M. Calvocorresses, a major correspondent). The collection reflects Barringer's accomplishment in being the first to advance the theory that Meteor Crater was caused by the fall of a meteoric cluster, probably a small comet. There are a number of photographs, including over 100 cyanotypes and 6 lantern slides, mainly concerned with illustrating various craters and aspects of meteor study, mining equipment, and aerial surveys. There are also letters by fellow college classmate Woodrow Wilson, whose correspondence indicates that Barringer was not only a friend but also a personal adviser on mining and geological matters. In addition, the correspondence includes letters by Theodore Roosevelt, Owen Wister, General Leonard Wood, and Elihu Thomson.