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The John Malcolm Brinnin
Papers

1930 - 1981

Manuscript Collection Number: 103
Accessioned: Purchase, 1983-1984.
Extent: 15.5 linear ft. (ca. 18,400 pages).
Content: Correspondence, photographs, poetry, essays, books, reviews, speeches, drafts, and emphemera.
Access: The collection is open for research.
Processed: Originally processed in 1983, revised 1988-1991 by Anita A. Wellner.

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Series II.: Material relating to Dylan Thomas

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+ Series I. Correspondence, A - H
+ Series I. Correspondence, I - R
+ Series I. Correspondence, S - Z & miscellaneous.

+ Series III - V & Appendix A.
Manuscripts written by John Malcolm Brinnin, 1930-1976
Manuscripts by other writers, 1918-1981
Miscellaneous material related to John Malcolm Brinnin, 1916-1978
List of printed material removed from the colleciton, to be cataloged for Special Collections, 1927-1978


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   31        Series II.  Material Relating to Dylan Thomas, 1949-1976
               John Malcolm Brinnin served as his agent in the United States and
               organized Thomas' reading tours in America.  After Dylan Thomas' death,
               Brinnin wrote Dylan Thomas in America.  The correspondence and
               manuscripts reflect their professional and personal relationship.  


          Series II.1.  Correspondence between Dylan Thomas and John Malcolm
               Brinnin, 1949-1953
               Correspondence largely concerns various reading tours which Brinnin
               arranged (as Thomas' agent) in the United States for Thomas, a wide
               variety of other topics are discussed.  35 items (59 pp.)

     F544 Dylan Thomas letters, 1949-1953
          1949 May 28        ALS w/env      Langharne           3p
          Dylan Thomas to John Malcolm Brinnin.  Accepts John Malcolm Brinnin's
          invitation to read at the Poetry Center and is also willing to read in California and
          discusses finances.

          1949 Oct 2          TLS and TL (carbon) Westport       4p
          John Malcolm Brinnin to Dylan Thomas (2 copies).  Brinnin proposes himself as
          Dylan Thomas's agent in America.

          1949 Nov 7          Telegram       Langharne           1p
          Dylan Thomas to John Malcolm Brinnin.  "Proposition gratefully accepted...."

          1949 Nov 23         ALS            Langharne           3p
          Dylan Thomas to John Malcolm Brinnin.  Gives amusing reasons for not writing
          sooner and is delighted Brinnin will act as his agent for his readings in America. 
          Discusses number of readings, doesn't want to work too hard, needs to have
          money to take back to England, wants to go to California.  He would like to read
          poems in dialects, hymns to Stalin, or anything over 500 lines.

          1949 Nov 28, 29     TL (carbon)         Westport       3p
          John Malcolm Brinnin to Dylan Thomas.  Drafts of responses to Thomas' letter,
          discussing details of a tour.

          1950 Feb 6          TLS and TL (carbon) New York       3p
          John Malcolm Brinnin to Dylan Thomas.  Concerns the enclosed itinerary for
          Thomas' 1950 reading tour in the U.S.

          1950 Mar 25         Telegram            Iowa City      1p
          Dylan Thomas to John Malcolm Brinnin.  "Arriving San Francisco March
          26...stay Palace Hotel."

31        Series II.  Material Relating to Dylan Thomas (cont'd)
          Series II.1.  Correspondence between Dylan Thomas and Brinnin (cont'd)

     F544 Dylan Thomas letters (cont'd)
          1950 Apr 4 (a.m.)   Telegram       San Francisco       1p
          Dylan Thomas to John Malcolm Brinnin.  About the itinerary.

          1950 Apr 5 (p.m.)   Telegram       San Francisco       1p
          Dylan Thomas to John Malcolm Brinnin.  About the itinerary.

          1950 Apr 18         Telegram       San Francisco       2p
          Dylan Thomas to John Malcolm Brinnin.  Wants to cancel the Florida
          engagement, bears an autograph note by John Malcolm Brinnin on the verso.

          1950 Apr 20         Telegram       San Francisco       1p
          Dylan Thomas to John Malcolm Brinnin.  Impossible to keep Florida
          engagement.

          1950 Apr 21         Telegram       San Francisco       1p
          Dylan Thomas to John Malcolm Brinnin.

          1951 Apr 12         ALS w/env      Langharne           4p
          Dylan Thomas to John Malcolm Brinnin.  Discusses humorous reminiscences of
          Brinnin's trip to London.
          Also will try to arrange BBC reading for Brinnin, is co-writing a comic series
          for radio, has written three new poems, and writes about
          Edith Sitwell's parties.  He wants to do reading tour in U.S. in 1952 and read his
          new poems.  Also discusses his trip to Persia.

          1951 Jul 21         Telegram       Langharne           1p
          Dylan Thomas to John Malcolm Brinnin.  Delighted you are in London.

          1951 Aug 31         ALS w/env      Langharne           1p
          Dylan Thomas to John Malcolm Brinnin.  Thomas has lost Brinnin's letter and
          writes concerning John Davenport, finances, a film job, poems, and 1952 tour.

          1951 Dec 3          ALS w/env      London              5p
          Dylan Thomas to John Malcolm Brinnin.  Discusses 1952 tour, going to
          California and Washington, Caitlin accompanying him, conflicting dates, and
          poets and dramatic material he will read.

          1951 Dec 11         TL             New York            1p
          John Malcolm Brinnin to Dylan Thomas.  Itinerary for January-March of 1952.

          1952 Jan 6          ALS            London              2p
          Dylan Thomas to John Malcolm Brinnin.  Although he had difficulties obtaining
          American visa, he sails on the Queen Mary.  McGill University wants him to read. 

31        Series II.  Material Relating to Dylan Thomas (cont'd)
          Series II.1.  Correspondence between Dylan Thomas and Brinnin (cont'd)

     F544 Dylan Thomas letters (cont'd)
          1952 Jan 16         Telegram       Queen Mary (ship)   1p
          Dylan Thomas to John Malcolm Brinnin.  See you on Pier 90 Sunday.

          1952 Mar 21         Telegram       Flagstaff           1p
          Dylan Thomas to John Malcolm Brinnin.  Send $100.

          1952 Apr 4          ALS w/env      San Francisco       1p
          Dylan Thomas to John Malcolm Brinnin.  Thomas owes MIT students an apology
          for missing his reading, is to write introduction to English edition of his Collected
          Poems, describes travels, and laments his lack of money.
  
          1953 Feb 16         TL (photocopy) Langharne           4p
          Dylan Thomas to Charles [Fry].  Photocopy of a letter written in verse form. 

          1953 Mar 18         ALS            Langharne           2p
          Dylan Thomas to John Malcolm Brinnin.  Notes that Caitlin accuses him of going
          to U.S. for flattery, idleness, and infidelity; and mentions Under Milkwood, which
          will be ready when he sails but he has doubts about performing it.

          1953 Apr 2          TLS            Cambridge, MA       3p
          New England All-College Conference to John Malcolm Brinnin.  Discusses
          Thomas' reading.  On the verso are doodles and notes made by Thomas during a
          telephone conversation with Igor Stravinsky and Brinnin's note explaining the
          doodles.

          1953 Jun 16         ALS w/env      Langharne           2p
          Dylan Thomas to John Malcolm Brinnin.  Thomas enjoyed U.S. trip, mentions
          Sarah Caldwell and Igor Stravinsky, will revise Under Milkwood for broadcast
          and publication, asks Brinnin to arrange an American production, mentions "In
          Skin Trade" and his plans for writing.

          1953 Oct 6          Telegram       Langharne           1p
          Dylan Thomas to John Malcolm Brinnin.  About his visa.

          1953 Oct 17         Telegram       London              1p
          Dylan Thomas to John Malcolm Brinnin.  Taking a plane.

          [n.d.]              ANS w/env      New York           1p
          Dylan Thomas to John Malcolm Brinnin.  Gone to 3rd Ave, come at once.

          [n.d.]              ANS w/env      New York            1p
          Dylan Thomas to John Malcolm Brinnin.  Gone to Moiphys.

31        Series II.  Material Relating to Dylan Thomas (cont'd)
          Series II.1.  Correspondence between Dylan Thomas and Brinnin (cont'd)

     F544 Dylan Thomas letters (cont'd)
          [n.y.]    Nov 30    ANS            Amherst, MA         1p
          Dylan Thomas to John Malcolm Brinnin.  Gone to have drink  with Joe Barber.

          [n.d.]              ANS            Holland-America Line 1p
        Dylan & Caitlin Thomas to John Malcolm Brinnin.   About his trip back.


          II.2.  Letter from Dylan Thomas to his parents, 1950

     F545 1950 May 22         ALS                           5p
          Dylan Thomas to parents.  Letter discusses their health, describes his tour, and
          mentions dinner with Anita Loos; but was never sent.


          II.3.  Letters from Caitlin Thomas to Dylan Thomas, John Malcolm Brinnin,
               and Francie Brinnin, plus related items, 1950-1975
               Most of the letters are to John Malcolm Brinnin.  25 items (39 pp.) 

     F546 Caitlin Thomas letters, 1950-1975
          1950 Jul 14         ALS w/env      Langharne           2p
          Caitlin Thomas to John Malcolm Brinnin.

          1952 Apr 7          Telegram       England             1p
          Ringwood Hants (school) to Caitlin Thomas.

          1952 May 10         ALS            Holland-America Lines    2p
          Caitlin Thomas to John Malcolm Brinnin.

          [1953     Nov 2]    ALS w/env      Hammersmith         8p
          Caitlin Thomas to Dylan Thomas.

          1953 Nov 8          Receipt and bill    New York       1p
          Scully-Watson to Caitlin Thomas.   Ambulance service for Caitlin Thomas.

          1953 Nov 8          Receipt and bill    New York       1p
          River Crest Sanitarium to Caitlin Thomas.  Hospitalization for Caitlin Thomas.

          1953 Dec 19         ALS            Langharne           4p
          Caitlin Thomas to John Malcolm Brinnin.

          1954 Feb 8          ALS            Langharne           6p
          Caitlin Thomas to John Malcolm Brinnin.

31        Series II.  Material Relating to Dylan Thomas (cont'd)
          II.3.  Letters from Caitlin Thomas (cont'd)

     F546 Caitlin Thomas letters (cont'd)
          1954 Aug 16         ALS w/env      Langharne           4p
          Caitlin Thomas to John Malcolm Brinnin.

          [1954 Dec 21]        ACS            Italy               1p
          Caitlin Thomas to Francie Brinnin.

          1972 Apr 6          ANS on photograph   [s.l.]          1p
          Caitlin Thomas to John Malcolm Brinnin.  With a comment by Brinnin. 
  
          1975 Jun 7          Telephone message   Venice, Italy   1p
          Caitlin Thomas to John Malcolm Brinnin.

          1975 Jun 12         ALS w/env      Rome                 2p
          Caitlin Thomas to John Malcolm Brinnin.

          [n.d.]              ALS            [s.l.]               3p
          Caitlin Thomas to John Malcolm Brinnin.

          [n.d.]              ALS            [s.l.]               2p
          Caitlin Thomas to John Malcolm Brinnin.


          II.4.  Letters from Mrs. MacNamara (Caitlin Thomas' mother) to Caitlin
               Thomas and Bill Read, 1953

     F547 Letters from Mrs. MacNamara, 1953

          1953 Nov 10         ALS            Hants               2p
           MacNamara to Caitlin Thomas.

          [n.y.]    Sep 10         ALS            Blashford      2p
          MacNamara to Bill Read.

31        Series II.  Material Relating to Dylan Thomas (cont'd)

          II.5.  Letters from Aeronwy Thomas (Dylan Thomas' daughter) to Brinnin,
               1972-1976

     F548 Letters from Aeronwy Thomas, 1972-1976
          1972 Aug 10    ALS       1p
          1974 Apr 29    TLS       1p
          1976 Aug 21    ALS       4p 
          [n.d.]         Brochure  6p
                    Note:  "Poetry & Music of Wales."


          II.6.  Letter from Llewelyn Thomas (Dylan Thomas' son) to Brinnin, [n.d.]

     F549 Letter from Llewelyn Thomas, [n.d.]
          [n.d.]              ALS       1p
                    Note:  Includes an excerpt from Geraldine Lawrence's description
                    of Llewelyn Thomas' marriage and a clipping of him and his bride.


          II.7.  Correspondence and material related to Dylan Thomas' reading tours
               in America, 1950-1955
               Includes letters and telegrams from various universities, tour itineraries
               and calendars, statements of fees earned and expenditures, information
               about visas and transportation, and programs and brochures related to
               readings.  

     F550 Correspondence with universities concerning readings and lectures by Dylan
               Thomas, 1950-1955
          Includes Amherst College, Syracuse University, University of California, Duke,
          Randolph-Macon Woman's College, City College (NY), Haverford College,
          Pennsylvania State University, and New York University.  15 items (20 pp.)
  
     F551 Itineraries, calendars,  and fees for readings as kept by Brinnin, 1950-1953
          17 items (20 pp.)

     F552 Financial and travel material for tours, 1951-1954
          Includes letters from Leslie Andrews & Co. concerning Thomas' earnings and
          correspondence concerning Thomas visa and air travel.  15 items (16 pp.)   

     F553 Brochures and a poster for Dylan Thomas' readings, 1952
          One poster and 4 handcards for Dylan Thomas' readings at The Poet's Theatre
          (Cambridge) and one brochure for his first reading at the Poetry Center in New
          York.  Some notes by Brinnin.  6 items (10 pp.)

31        Series II.  Material Relating to Dylan Thomas (cont'd)

          II.8.  Material relating to Dylan Thomas' death, 1953-1955

     F554 Includes a letter drafted by John Malcolm Brinnin to John Hayward about
               Thomas' death, a telegram to Thomas from friends, Brinnin's hospital pass,
               checks & receipts for nursing services, the initial letter for "The Dylan
               Thomas Fund," program for "In Memoriam Dylan Thomas" by
               Stravinsky.  14 items (20 pp.)
 

          II.9.  Manuscripts by Dylan Thomas, 1949-1957
               Includes various poems, work sheets, and proofs written by Dylan
               Thomas.

     F555 "In Country Heaven," [n.d.]
          Photocopy of an incomplete poem by Thomas, with a note by John Malcolm
          Brinnin, plus a typescript copy of the poem.  3 pp.

     F556 Poetry work sheets concerning Thomas' 35th birthday, [1949]
          Two pages of autograph verse with Thomas's autograph corrections and two
          photostats of another page.  Titles include "At half his bible span...," "Half his
          three score & ten years have gone," and "We are free to die."   3 items (5 pp.)   

     F557 BBC talks by Dylan Thomas, [n.d.]
          Six typescript transcripts.  12 pp.

     F558 Under Milkwood, [1954 Feb]
          Page Proofs and a photocopy of the proofs of Under Milkwood as published in
          Mademoiselle (1954 Feb), which includes Brinnin's introductory, "Dylan Thomas
          and his Village," and his corrections to the introduction.  4 items (85 pp.)

     F559 Under Milkwood, 1954-1957
          Reviews of the play and an advertisement for recordings of Thomas reading his
          work.  6 items (14 pp.)

32        Series II.  Material Relating to Dylan Thomas (cont'd)
          II.9.  Manuscripts by Dylan Thomas (cont'd)

     F560 New World Writing, 1952
          First Edition in paperback (New York: New American Library, 1952).  Includes
          the following autograph verses written by Dylan Thomas:

          1.  Seven line poem about Thomas Merton on front flyleaf.
          2.  Twenty line poem about Howard Moss, beginning on the inside front cover
               and continuing on the back flyleaf and inside back cover.
          3.  Twelve line poem, "Plaint for Middlesex," written on scrap of paper inserted 
               between pages 116-117.
          Also includes a letter Brinnin explaining the items.  3 items (7 pp.)  

     F561 "Do Not Go Gentle Into That Good Night" and untitled poem with inscription to
               Brinnin, [n.d.] 
          Photocopy of an autograph draft of "Do Not Go Gentle Into That Good Night"
          written by Thomas and a photocopy of an untitled poem, which bears an
          inscription to John Malcolm Brinnin from Dylan Thomas.  Includes a note of
          explanation from Brinnin.  2 items (2 p.)
  
     F562 The Doctor and the Devils, 1954-1957
          Includes a mimeographed typescript of Joseph Everingham's stage adaptation
          Thomas's book and a copy of Brinnin's review of the book.  Brinnin also worked
          on the stage adaptation.  2 items (99 pp.)  


          II.10.  Photographs related to Dylan Thomas, 1950-1953 

     F563 Photographs of Dylan Thomas, Caitlin Thomas, his family, Wales, Langharne,
               friends, rehearsals of Under Milkwood, some include Brinnin.  Brinnin has
               identified and commented on the verso of some of the items.  See F589 for
               photographs related to Read's The Days of Dylan Thomas.  157 items.

33        Series II.  Material Relating to Dylan Thomas (cont'd)

          II.11.  Materials written about Dylan Thomas, 1950-1972
               Includes various manuscripts and related material for books or articles
               written about Thomas by Brinnin, Bill Read, Joseph D. Everingham, and
               Bert Trick.  Also includes reviews of Leftover Life to Kill written by
               Caitlin Thomas and Under Milkwood, as well as news clippings.

          Dylan Thomas in America by John Malcolm Brinnin
               Boston:  Little, Brown, 1955.  

     F564 Preliminary material,1955-1956
          Reader's reports and questions related to the manuscripts, plus advertising
          material.  6 items (11 pp.)

     F565 Correspondence with Dent (London), 1955-1956
          Regarding the publication of an English edition.  11 items (14 pp.)   

     F566 Original typescript (incomplete), [n.d.]
          Bears author's autograph corrections as well as corrections by Moss are in pencil
          and by Reitell in ink, plus an explanatory note by Brinnin. Pages are numbered 2 -
          247.  Pages 1, 4, 7, 11, 17-19, 22-24, 28-29, 32-37, 39, 41-42, 45-49, 51, 54, 
                   57-61, 63-64, 66-89, 94-97, 100, 102-121, 123-125, 127-143, 145-154, 
                   161-164, 166-171, 174-205, 228-242 are missing.  2 items (106 pp.)
 
     F567 Typescript with autograph corrections by author, [n.d.]
     -568 1 item (294 pp.)    

     F569 Reviews of Dylan Thomas in America, 1955-1964
          Tear sheets, photocopies, and a copy of the Western Review (1956 Spr) which
          contains a review by R.V. Cassill.  48 items (72 pp.)   

     F570 Fan mail related to Dylan Thomas in America, 1953-1963
          Also includes several letters of condolence to Brinnin following Thomas's death.
          102 items (174 pp.)  

     F571 Contract for the dramatic rights for the play Dylan, 1961
          Based on Dylan Thomas in America.  1 item (5 pp.)

34        Dylan by Sidney Michaels
          New York:  Random House, 1964.
               Play based on Brinnin's Dylan Thomas in America and Leftover Life to
               Kill by Caitlin Thomas.  

     F572   Typescript (mimeograph), 1962
          Multilithed copy of script in green binder, inscribed by Brinnin.  1 item (101 pp.)

34        Series II.  Material Relating to Dylan Thomas (cont'd)
          II.11.  Materials written about Dylan Thomas (cont'd)

          Dylan by Sidney Michaels (cont'd)

     F573 Correspondence, reviews, and programs, 1959-1964
          Includes a copy of Playbill (March 1964).  11 items (94 pp.)

          "The Making of Under Milkwood" by John Malcolm Brinnin

     F574 Typescript signed with autograph corrections, 1954
          Includes Brinnin's letter (1954 Jul 20) to Dylan Thomas's literary executor, Dr.
          Jones, explaining that the published version of Under Milkwood did not
          incorporate Thomas's last changes to the manuscript.  2 items (5 pp.)


          "Dylan Thomas in America" by John Malcolm Brinnin

     F575 Copy of Vassar Alumnae,  1951 Dec
          Containing Brinnin's article, plus a photocopy.  2 items (7 pp.)  


          "Dylan Thomas and America" by John Malcolm Brinnin
  
     F576 Connecticut Campus Fine Arts Magazine, 1956 Apr 28
          Photocopied page.  1 item (1 p.)   


          Speech by John Malcolm Brinnin on the presentation of a bust of Dylan Thomas
               to the National Museum of Wales 

     F577 Speech, programs and press releases, 1964
          Speech bears Brinnin's autograph corrections.  9 items (24 pp.) 


          Leftover Life to Kill by Caitlin Thomas
          Boston:  Atlantic-Little Brown, [1957] 

     F578 Photocopies of reviews, 1957
          Reviews by John K. Hutchins, Katherine Anne Porter, Gene Baro, and Mollie
          Panter-Downes.  5 items (6 pp.)  

34        Series II.  Material Relating to Dylan Thomas (cont'd)
          II.11.  Materials written about Dylan Thomas (cont'd)

          "The Young Dylan Thomas" by Bert Trick

     F579  Trick's reminiscences of Dylan Thomas, 1966
          Copies of manuscripts and correspondence with Bill Read related to Trick's
          reminiscences of Dylan Thomas, when he was 18-20 years old.  Also includes
          transcripts of Thomas's letters to Trick.  32 items (183 pp.)


          "Dylan Thomas'  Naked Vision'" by Edward Bloom

     F580 Inscribed offprint, 1960 Autumn
          Reprinted from The Western Humanities Review.  1 item (12 pp.)  


          "Poetry Programme:  Dylan Thomas"
          Script for BBC broadcast on September 25, 1950. 

     F581 Program of reading by Dylan Thomas, 1950 Sep 25
          R. D. (Reg) Smith's mimeographed typescript copy according to a note by
          Brinnin.  1 item (16 pp.)
   

          "Dylan Thomas" issue of The Yale Literary Magazine 

     F582 Copy of issue, 1954 Nov
          Includes articles by William Carlos Williams, Richard Eberhart, Kimon Friar,
          Kenneth Rexroth, and others.  1 item (36 pp.)


          "Dylan Thomas" by Edith Sitwell 

     F583 Photocopy of Sitwell's Atlantic article, 1954 Feb
          1 item (4 pp.)  


          "The Art of Dylan Thomas" by Edwin Muir

     F584 Photocopy of Muir's Harper's Bazaar article, 1954 Feb
          Page 1 only.  1 item (1 p.) 

34        Series II.  Material Relating to Dylan Thomas (cont'd)
          II.11.  Materials written about Dylan Thomas (cont'd)

          "The World He Breathed" by Bill Read

     F585 Program and typescript of Read's brief description of Thomas's home, 1954 Spr
          Written for a Creative Concerts Guild musical memorial program commissioned
         in honor of Dylan Thomas.  2 items (21 pp.)
 

          Clippings and photocopied material concerning Dylan Thomas, 1950-1969

     F586 News clippings and photocopies, including obituaries, 1950-1969
          42 items (47 pp.) 


35        The Days of Dylan Thomas by Bill Read
          New York:  McGraw-Hill, 1964
          With photographs by Rollie McKenna.

     F587 Copy of paperback, 1964
          1 item (190 pp.)  

     F588 Typescript (carbon and photocopy) with autograph notes.
          Removed from a loose-leaf binder.  1 item (205 pp.)  

     F589 Galley Proofs, photographs, notes, negatives, and layout ideas, [1964]
          Galley proofs and photocopies of poems by Dylan Thomas, notes for the book,
          photographs and negatives, layouts, and miscellaneous items.  53 items (79 pp.)


          II.12.  Miscellaneous material relating to Dylan Thomas, 1950-1972

     F590 Pearn, Pollinger & Higham, Ltd. (London) correspondence, 1954-1956
          Correspondence between Pearn, Pollinger & Higham, Ltd. (Thomas' agent) and
          Brinnin concerning various Dylan Thomas publications or recordings.  10 items
          (10 pp.)

     F591 Checks signed by Thomas, notes, brochures, and printed material, 1950-1972
          Includes a copy of  the PSA Bulletin (1967 Oct), with a reproduction of a Thomas
          drawing of himself on the cover; a copy of American Book Collector (1972 May),
          which offers Dylan Thomas items for sale; a "Checklist of Dylan Thomas
          Memorabilia from the Collection of Dr. T. E. Hanley...;" and miscellaneous notes,
          photocopies, and brochures related to Dylan Thomas.  24 items (102 pp.)  



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+ Series I. Correspondence, A - H
+ Series I. Correspondence, I - R
+ Series I. Correspondence, S - Z & miscellaneous.

+ Series III - V & Appendix A.
Manuscripts written by John Malcolm Brinnin, 1930-1976
Manuscripts by other writers, 1918-1981
Miscellaneous material related to John Malcolm Brinnin, 1916-1978
List of printed material removed from the colleciton, to be cataloged for Special Collections, 1927-1978
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