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Material related to Frederick Morgan's family. Though consisting mostly of correspondence, these papers also include a range of other material associated with individual family members. For example, Morgan's son Seth published a novel, Homeboy, and his files include clippings of reviews for the book. The most extensive files in this series [relate to] Morgan's first wife, Constance, and to Morgan's mother, Marion Morgan. The correspondence between Morgan and his first wife runs to several hundred letters, and the two were particularly active correspondents during the period of Morgan's military service when they often wrote each other multiple letters in a single day. The files for Marion Morgan span a particularly long period, from 1930 to 1988, and contain extensive correspondence between her and her son in which they often discuss family news and events.
Box 445
Includes scrapbooks of Frederick Morgan's school years at St. Bernard's and St. Paul's; Seth Morgan's baby book; posters of several poetry readings by Morgan; a set of limited/numbered copies of Morgan's poem "From the Kuan-Tzu," printed by the Pomegranate Press in July 1974; proof and copy of Morgan's "Five Ballets"; unidentified pencil sketches; a signed 1991 photograph of East Pyne by Robert P. Mathews, given to Morgan for his stewardship of the Department of Romance Languages; a 50th Anniversary party program, signed by readers/participants; the Morgan coat of arms; Academy of American Poets 1998 certificate honoring the role of The Hudson Review; in 20th-century American literary life; Poems by Ghalib, a 1969 HR publication; and several other miscellaneous items.