Includes typescripts of a collection of several poems on the "Swan in Literature"; a lecture given by Friar at YM and YWHA; there is also incoming correspondence from Marie Trommer relating to Friar's lecture on Swan.
Consists of 32 silver prints of Haitians just after the Haitian Revolution of 1946 and into the 1950s. The photographs include images of agricultural and artisanal work, marketplaces, and the streets of Port-au-Prince during the Mardi Gras Carnival. Many of the photographs include captions that document the subject matter and location of the image.
Includes typescript drafts of Doukarēs' poems translated into English by Friar with his autograph corrections; typescripts of the Greek versions of the poems; typescript of "Credo" both in English and in Greek; an holograph note by Doukarēs relating to his exile in the island of Makronēsos, Greece; photocopies of printed articles on Doukarēs' poetry published in several Greek literary magazines.
This series is primarily composed of drafts, research files, and other materials pertaining to Hughes's published and unpublished works. To a lesser extent, it documents Hughes's work as a political advisor and speechwriter for Governor Nelson Rockefeller's 1968 presidential bid.
Includes a printed copy of Dekavalles' "Three Poems to the Master-Builder"; biographic data on Dekavalles; reviews on Dekavalles' book Okeanides by Modern Greek poets; clippings of Greek and English newspapers; a printed copy of an interview given by Dekavalles to M. Keyishian "Joints, Ships, Ransoms" adopted from an interview that originally appeared in The Literary Review.