University of Delaware Library

Special Collections Department


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 ephemera.
Access: The collection is open for research.
Processed: Originally processed in 1983, revised 1988-1991 by Anita A. Wellner.

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Table of Contents

Contents List

Series III - V and Appendix A


+ Biographical Note + Scope and Contents Note + Series Outline

Contents List

Box -- Folder -- Contents

36        Series III.  John Malcolm Brinnin Manuscripts, 1930-1976
               Includes articles, poetry, books, and other material written by John
               Malcolm Brinnin.  Arranged alphabetically.

     F592 Archibald MacLeish article, [n.d.]
          Unpublished typescript with autograph corrections.  1 item (21 pp.)  

     F593 "The Cool of the Evening or Echoes of British Sensibility," 1953
          Typescript parody of Elizabeth Bowen's "Heat of the Day," plus letter from
          Brinnin.  2 items (6 pp.)  

     F594 The Dolphin Who Didn't See Venice, [n.d.]
          Typescript (setting copy), with autograph corrections and editorial markings, of a     
          book for children.  1 item (9 pp.)  

     F595 Interview with Brinnin by John Thompson, 1959 Nov 10
          Two copies, one with autograph corrections and additions, plus biographical
          information on Brinnin, and a revised copy.  3 items (23 pp.)   

     F596 Interview with Brinnin, [1960s]
          Typescript of an interview by an unidentified interviewer.  1 item (28 pp.).  

     F597 "Lady, The Demand is For a Dream," [1939]
          Unpublished typescript play written by Brinnin using the pseudonym Louis
          Warner, as an entry for Minor Hopwood Award in Drama.  1 item (119 pp.)  

     F598 "The Late Summer," [1940 Nov 4]
          Typescript (carbon) with autograph corrections of an unpublished story written in
          Ann Arbor, Michigan.  1 item (12 pp.)  

     F599 "Letter from Key West," [n.d.]
          Unpublished poem written for Elizabeth Bishop.  Includes autograph and
          typescript drafts and worksheets, bearing autograph corrections, demonstrating the
          various stages of revision.  54 pp.   

     F600 Lincoln Lyrics, 1942-1943
          Typescript with autograph notes of this book of poetry published by New
          Directions in 1942.  Also includes clippings and photocopies of Brinnin's address
          titled "Abraham Lincoln and the Religion of Humanity."  8 items (104 pp.)

36        Series III.  John Malcolm Brinnin Manuscripts (cont'd)

     F601 "Lines of Sight," 1976 Jun 21
          Poem published in the New Yorker.  Includes:

          1.  TLS to Brinnin from New Yorker (1979 Jun 20).  1 item (1 p.)
          2.  Typescript (setting copy) with editor's and printer's autograph notations and
               corrections.  1 item (2 pp.)
          3.  Twelve typescript drafts.  12 items (24 pp.)  
          4.  Autograph and typescript worksheets.  103 pp.
  
     F602 "Mr. Bones:  An Eclogue for Dancers," [n.d.]
          Typescript of an unpublished poem, bearing Brinnin's autograph note: "Jack =
          Bennington.  My first attempt to make a dance drama.  J."  1 item (13 pp.) 


37   F603 Poems published in the New Yorker, 1949-1975
          Nineteen poems.  31 items (41 pp.)

          1.  "Letter from an Island," 1964 Dec 19
               Two typescript drafts with autograph corrections, a photocopy of the
               printed poem, and a letter.  4 items (7 pp.)

          2.  "Straw Hat Blues," 1951 Jun 30
               Typescript (carbon) with an autograph note and a photocopy of the printed
               poem.  2 items (2 pp.)

          3.  "Albergo Paradiso E Commerciale," 1960 Sep 24
               Typescript with corrections and a photocopy of the printed poem.  2 items
               (3 pp.)

          4.  "The Ascension," 1963 May 25
               Typescript with corrections and a letter.  2 items (2 pp.)

          5.  "Cape Ann:  A View," 1962 Jun 23
               Two typescripts with autograph corrections.  2 items (4 pp.)

          6.  "The Giant Turtle Grants an Interview," 1963 Jun 29
               Typescript with corrections, a letter, and a photocopy of the printed poem.
               3 items (3 pp.)

          7.  "Friday Afternoon," 1960 Apr 2
               Typescript with corrections and a photocopy of the printed poem.  2 items
               (2 pp.)

37        Series III.  John Malcolm Brinnin Manuscripts (cont'd)
          F603 Poems published in the New Yorker (cont'd)

          8.  "News From the Islands," 1957 Apr 10
               Typescript with corrections.  1 item (2 pp.)

          9.  "Middle Age:  A Chinese Restaurant," 1969 Nov 22
               Typescript with corrections and letter.  2 items (3 pp.)

          10.  "Saul, Afterwards, Riding East," 1970 Mar
               Typescript and autograph drafts bearing autograph corrections.  2 items (2
               pp.)

          11.  "Glorious  Victory of the Sloop Maria," 1949 Jul
               Photocopy of the printed poem.  1 item (1 p.)
     
          12.  "Return of the Natives:  Pier 90," 1952 Sep 6
               Photocopy of the printed poem.  1 item (1 p.)

          13.  "Song for the Strangers in Wales," 1958 Jan 18
               Photocopy of the printed poem.  1 item (1 p.)

          14.  "Skin Diving in the Virgins," 1964 Jan 4
               Photocopy of the printed poem.  1 item (1 p.)

          15.  "My Father, My Son," 1967 Oct 7
               Photocopy of the printed poem.  1 item (1 p.)

          16.  "A Thin Facade for Edith Sitwell," [n.d.]
               Photocopy of the printed poem.  1 item (1 p.)

          17.  "Ich Am of Irlaunde," [n.d.]
               Photocopy of the printed poem.  1 item (1 p.)

          18.  "Heavy Heavy Heavy," [n.d.]
               Photocopy of the printed poem.  1 item (1 p.)

          19.  "The End of March, Duxbury," 1975 Mar 24
               Photocopy of the printed poem.  1 item (1 p.)

37        Series III.  John Malcolm Brinnin Manuscripts (cont'd)

     F604 No Arch, No Triumph, 1944-1945
          Book of poems published by Knopf in 1945.  Includes:

          1.  Typescript (setting copy) with author's autograph revisions and editor's markings.  1 item (73 pp.)
          2.  Galley proofs with corrections and pages initialed by Brinnin.  1 item (42 pp.)
          3.  Printed announcements.  6 items (6 pp.)

     F605  "Offices," [n.d.]
          Poem dedicated to Anne Sexton and published in American Poetry Review. 
          Includes:

          1.  Typescript drafts with autograph revisions.  10 items (13 pp.)
          2.  Autograph drafts.  6 items (9 pp.)

     F606 "Reading Othello in Venice," [n.d.]
          Unpublished poem.  Includes:

          1.  Typescript drafts with autograph corrections.  8 items (8 pp.)
          2.  Autograph drafts.  10 items (12 pp.)

     F607 Selected Operas and Plays of Gertrude Stein, [1970]
          Edited by Brinnin and published by the University of Pittsburgh Press in 1970). 
          Typescript with autograph revisions of the introduction.  1 item (10 pp.)

     F608 Selected Poems of John Malcolm Brinnin, 1962-1963
          Published by Little, Brown, in 1963.  Includes:

          1.  Typescript (setting copy) with autograph revisions and editor's markings.
               1 item (177 pp.)
          2.  Letter and list of poems, with information about copyrights.  2 items (5 pp.)


38        Series III.  John Malcolm Brinnin Manuscripts (cont'd)

          Skin Diving in the Virgins, 1964-1970
          Published by Delacorte Press in 1970.   

     F609 Typescript (setting copy) of the entire book with author's autograph revisions and
               editorial markings.  1 item (77 pp.)

     F610 Autograph and typescript drafts with Brinnin's autograph revisions of the title 
            poem, "Skin Diving in the Virgins,." plus reviews and related material.  59 items (66 pp.)

     F611 Autograph and typescripts drafts, bearing Brinnin's autograph revisions of the
            poem, "Letter from an Island."  40 items (54 pp.)

     F612 Autograph and typescript drafts, bearing Brinnin's autograph revisions of the
             poem, "The Saint in the Picture."  30 items (33 pp.)

     F613 Autograph and typescript drafts, bearing Brinnin's autograph revisions of the
             poem, "My Father, My Son," plus correspondence with the editor.  Brinnin
             considered this his best poem.  7 items (ca. 246 pp.)


39        The Sorrows of Cold Stone, 1946-1951
          Published by Dodd, Mead in 1951.  

     F614 Copy of the book with dust jacket and author's autograph revisions, autograph
          worksheets and a photocopy of  the poem,"The Sorrows of Cold Stone," as
          printed in Mademoiselle, announcements, and a note from Brinnin.  5 items (126
          pp.)

     F615 Autograph and typescript worksheets with autograph revisions for "The Worm in
          the Whirling Cross."  250 pp.
  
          Voice of America Broadcast for a course, "American Life as Seen by
               Contemporary Writers," 1959-1964
               Information and text of Brinnin's lecture for the broadcast used in the
               Stephen's College Telephone Course in 1964.

     F616 Three mimeographed typescript drafts with autograph notes, two mimeographed
          biographical sketches of Brinnin and text of some of his poems, plus
          correspondence, and notes.  12 items (98 pp.)

39        Series III.  John Malcolm Brinnin Manuscripts (cont'd)

     F617 Want is Wisdom Enough, 1938-1939
          A manuscript of poems submitted by Brinnin (using the pseudonym Louis
          Warner) in 1938 the Minor Hopwood Award in Poetry.  Includes:

          1.  Typescript (carbon) with an autograph note.  1 item (46 pp.)
          2.  Typescript of a different version, with an autograph note.  1 item (48 pp.)
   
     F618 William Carlos Williams, 1963
          Published by the University of Minnesota Press as number 24 of "Pamphlets on
          American Writers Series."  Includes:

          1.  Typescript with autograph corrections.  1 item (6 pp.)
          2.  Typescript with autograph corrections.  1 item (41 pp.)
          3.  Galley proofs with corrections.  1 item (12 leaves)
          4.  Photocopied page proofs.  1 item (13 pp.)

     F619 "Young But Not Angry," [n.d.]
          Typescript draft, with Brinnin's revisions, of an article published in
          Mademoiselle.  2 items (6 pp.)


40        The Third Rose: Gertrude Stein and Her World, 1959
               Brinnin's biography of Gertrude Stein was published by Little & Brown in
               1959.  Includes the setting copy typescript, bearing Brinnin's autograph
               corrections and editor's markings.  1 item (629 pp.)
     F620 Preliminary material and pages 1-109
     F621 Pages 110-288
     F622 Pages 289-448
     F623 Pages 449-579, plus 39 pages of index

41        Series III.  John Malcolm Brinnin Manuscripts (cont'd)

          Miscellaneous poems, 1930-1973
               Consists of folders of individual poems written by Brinnin.  Some of them
               were sent to John Thompson or bear notes to him; others are in printed
               form.

     F624 Poems sent to John Thompson, 1940-1950
          14 items (22 pp.)  Titles include:

          "Return of the Natives:  Pier 90," [n.d.]
               Typescript with revisions. 1 item (1 p.)
          "Heavy, Heavy, Heavy," [n.d.]
               Typescript (carbon) with note.  1 item (1 p.)
          "Lancelot on the 8:15," 1940 Mar 20
               Five typescript drafts with autograph revisions and a note.  6 items (9 pp.)
          "A Little Elegy for Gertrude Stein," 1947 Jan
               Published in Harpers, includes typescript (carbon) draft with autograph
               revisions, page proof, and photocopy of the printed poem.  3 items (3 pp.)
          "American Plan," 1949 Aug 5
               Typescript of poem published in New Yorker.  1 item (1 p.)
          "Nuns at Eve," 1949-1950
               Typescript and photocopy of a poem published  in New Yorker (1949 Aug
               5) and in Harper's Bazaar (1950 Aug) 2 items (2 pp.)
          "Fin De Saison--Palm Beach," [n.d.]
               Typescript of press release.  1 item (3 pp.)
          "The Worm in the Whirling Cross," 1947 Mar 8
               Typescript with autograph revisions and envelope.  1 item (4 pp.)

41        Series III.  John Malcolm Brinnin Manuscripts (cont'd)
          Miscellaneous poems (cont'd)

     F625 Poems with notes to John Thompson, [n.d.]
          69 items (77 pp.)  Titles include:

          "Golfo di Salerno," [n.d.]
               Seven typescript drafts with autograph revisions and two notes.  9 items (9
               pp.)
          "All the Proud Ships" and "All Ships Have Names" [n.d.]
               Three typescript drafts with autograph revisions and note.  4 items (4 pp.)
          "On the First Day of His Dying," [n.d.]
               Two typescript drafts with autograph revisions.  2 items (2 pp.)
          "At the Grave of W. H. Auden," [n.d.]
               Five typescript drafts with autograph revisions.  5 items (7 pp.)
          "La Creazione degli Animali," [n.d.]
               Five typescript drafts with autograph revisions.  5 items (4 pp.)
          "Ich Am of Irlaunde," [n.d.]
               Ten typescript drafts with autograph revisions.  10 items (12 pp.)
          "The Double Crucifixion," [n.d.]
               Twenty-three autograph and typescript drafts with autograph revisions.  
               23 items (23 pp.)
          "Encounter," [n.d.]
               Typescript draft with autograph revisions and note.  2 items (3 pp.)
          "Return of the Natives: Pier 90," [n.d.]
               Typescript draft with autograph revisions.  1 item (1 p.)
          "At the Very Height of the Season," [n.d.]
               Typescript (carbon) draft.  1 item (1 p.)
          "In the Religions Air," [n.d.]
               Typescript and autograph draft.  1 item (2 pp.)
          "Lament for the A & P Gypsies," [n.d.]
               Typescript draft with autograph revisions.  1 item (1 p.)
          "Twelve or Thirteen Ways of Looking at Wallace Stevens," [n.d.]
               Typescript draft with autograph revisions.  1 item (2 pp.)
          "The Ascension," [n.d.]
               Typescript draft with autograph revisions.  1 item (1 p.)
          "Not Far From Ararat," [n.d.]
               Typescript draft with autograph revisions.  1 item (1 p.)
          "Carmarthen Bar," [n.d.]
               Typescript draft with autograph revisions and note.  2 items (3 pp.)

     F626 "Dachau," [n.d.]
          Five typescript drafts with autograph revisions.  5 items (7 pp.)

41        Series III.  John Malcolm Brinnin Manuscripts (cont'd)
          Miscellaneous poems (cont'd)

     F627 "A House for the Summer," [n.d.]
          Autograph and typescript work sheets with autograph revisions.  84 pp.

     F628 "Gunnery Practice," [n.d.]
          One autograph and seven typescript drafts with autograph revisions.  8 items (9
          pp.)

     F629 "With a Posthumous Medal," [n.d.]
          Autograph and typescript drafts with autograph revisions.  12 items (16 pp.)

     F630 "The World is a Wedding," [n.d.]
          Ten autograph and typescript drafts with autograph revisions.  10 items (14 pp.)

     F631 "In Season of Actual War," [n.d.]
          Seven autograph and typescript drafts with autograph revisions.  7 items (13 pp.)

     F632 "The Insatiable," [n.d.]
          Four autograph and typescript drafts with autograph revisions.  4 items (5 pp.)

     F633 Typescripts of miscellaneous poems, 1937-1946
          58 items (66 pp.)  Titles include:

          "My Mother's Second Life," [n.d.]
               Typescript draft with autograph revisions.  1 item (1 p.)
          "Promise of Rio Guayas," [n.d.]
               Typescript with autograph revisions and typescript (carbon) drafts. 2 items
               (4 pp.)
          "Notes From a Parachutist," [n.d.]
               Typescript with autograph revisions and typescript (carbon) drafts.  2
               items (2 pp.)
          "Nothing Belongs to Us," [n.d.]
               Typescript with autograph revisions and typescript (carbon) drafts.  2
               items (2 pp.)
          "Life of the Cricket," [n.d.]
               Typescript with autograph revisions and typescript (carbon) drafts.  2
               items (2 pp.)
          "Windy Weather," [n.d.]
               Typescript with autograph revisions, typescript (carbon), and clean
               typescript drafts.  3 items (3 pp.)
          "Diary Entry," [n.d.]
               Typescript draft with autograph revisions.  1 item (2 pp.)
          "For Dwellers in Cities," [n.d.]
               Typescript (carbon) draft.  1 item (2 pp.)

     41        Series III.  John Malcolm Brinnin Manuscripts (cont'd)
          Miscellaneous poems (cont'd)

     F633 Typescripts of miscellaneous poems (cont'd)

          "Song of the Immigrant Fathers," [n.d.]
               Typescript (carbon) draft.  1 item (1 p.)
          "Poem in 1933," [n.d.]
               Typescript (carbon) draft.  1 item (1 p.)
          "Christ on My Hands and in the Star-full bowl," [n.d.]
               Typescript (carbon) draft with autograph revisions and note.  2 item (2 pp.)
          "Canto Two," [n.d.]
               Typescript draft with note.  1 item (1 p.)
          "Une Recherche," [n.d.]
               Typescript draft.  1 item (2 pp.)
          "Letter to His Father," [n.d.]
               Typescript draft.  1 item (1 p.)
          "A Day in Berlin," [n.d.]
               Typescript draft.  1 item (1 p.)
          "Sea-Going," [n.d.]
               Typescript draft with note.  1 item (1 p.)
          "At the Confidential Cabaret," [n.d.]
               Signed typescript draft and note.  2 items (2 pp.)
          "Elegy in the Fifth Year," [n.d.]
               Four typescript drafts with autograph revisions of a poem related to Dylan
               Thomas and a note.  5 items (6 pp.)
          "Flight 539," [n.d.]
               Typescript draft with autograph revisions.  1 item (2 pp.)
          "The Desperate Heart," [n.d.]
               Typescript (transcript).  1 item (1 p.)
          "Mardi Gras," [n.d.]
               Typescript draft with autograph revisions.  1 item (2 pp.)
          "The Centaurs," [n.d.]
               Typescript draft.  1 item (1 p.)
          "Sunday Afternoon" and "At the Museum," [n.d.]
               Typescript drafts.  1 item (1 p.)
          "The Return," [n.d.]
               Typescript draft.  1 item (1 p.)
          "Sit-down Strike," 1937 Feb 23
               Typescript draft.  1 item (1 p.)
          "To the Lighthouse," 1937 Feb 23
               Typescript draft.  1 item (1 p.)
          "I Margin Twenty Years Between the Moon's," 1937 Mar 10
               Typescript draft.  1 item (1 p.)
          "We Learned to Doubt That City's Legend," 1937 Mar 10
               Typescript draft with autograph revisions.  1 item (1 p.)

41        Series III.  John Malcolm Brinnin Manuscripts (cont'd)
          Miscellaneous poems (cont'd)

     F633 Typescripts of miscellaneous poems (cont'd)

          "The Ascent," 1937 Oct 10
               Typescript (carbon) draft.  1 item (2 pp.)
          "Cadillac Square," 1938 Nov 16
               Typescript draft.  1 item (1 p.)
          "Poem for the Birth of X," 1940 Mar 20
               Typescript draft.  1 item (1 p.)
          "A Letter," 1940 Mar 20
               Typescript draft and note.  2 items (2 pp.)
          "At the Airport," [n.d.]
               Typescript draft.  1 item (1 p.)
          "Testament in the Fifth Year," [n.d.]
               Typescript draft.  1 item (1 p.)
          "Vermont 7 p.m.," [n.d.]
               Typescript draft.  1 item (1 p.)
          "Movie," [n.d.]
               Typescript draft.  1 item (1 p.)
          "A New England Sampler," 1941 Oct 29
               Typescript draft.  1 item (1 p.)
          "For Wystan as Medusa," 1942 Jan 12
               Typescript draft.  1 item (1 p.)
          "The Acrobats," 1942 Nov 9
               Signed typescript drafts.  1 item (1 p.)
          "A Devotion for John Milton," [n.d.]
               Signed typescript draft.  1 item (1 p.)
          "Marianne Moore's," 1945 Jan 12
               Typescript draft.  1 item (1 p.)
          "With Twenty Illustrations and a Map," 1943 Jan 8
               Typescript draft with note.  1 item (1 p.)
          "Around the Egg," [1946]
               Signed typescript draft of a poem published in Poetry.  1 item (1 p.)
          "Before There Was No Reason in the World," [n.d.]
               Autograph draft.  1 item (1 p.)
          "Pleasures of History," "Waiting," and "By the Lake," [n.d.]
               Typescript draft.  1 item (1 p.)

41        Series III.  John Malcolm Brinnin Manuscripts (cont'd)
          Miscellaneous poems (cont'd)

     F634 Photocopies, proofs, or mimeographed copies of  published poems, 1938-1973
          22 items (38 pp.)  Titles include:

          "Cradle Song," 1950 Dec
               Page proof and photocopy as published in Mademoiselle.  2 items (2 pp.)
          "John the Baptist," 1941 Dec
               Issue of The Harvard Advocate and photocopy.  2 items (3 pp.)
          "The Talk on the Cape," 1973 Apr
               Tear sheet of poem as published in McCall's.  1 item (1 p.)
          "Speech of the Wedding Guest," 1950 Feb
               Mimeographed typescript of poem as published in Poetry.  Includes a
               critique by R.W. Stallman.  1 item (4 pp.)
          "Marginal," 1938 Jul 12
               Tear sheet and photocopy of poem as published in New Masses.  2 items
               (2 pp.)
          "The Vacationers," 1938 Sep 13
               Tear sheet and photocopy of poem as published in New Masses.  2 items
               (2 pp.)
          "You, Ancestor," [n.d.]
               Tear sheet and photocopy of poem from New Masses.  2 items (2 pp.)
          "Perils of X," 1938 Oct 25
               Tear sheet and photocopy of poem from New Masses.  2 items (2 pp.)
          "Drive into Town," 1938 Aug 9
               Tear sheet and photocopy of poem from New Masses.  2 items (2 pp.)
          "Hometown," 1938 Apr 29
               Tear sheet and photocopy of poem from New Masses.  2 items (2 pp.)
          "Eight Poems," 1965 Winter
               Copy of The Liberal Context in which the following eight poems
               appeared:  "Views of the Favorite Colleges," "To the Priest in the Window
               Seat," "Observatory Hill," "La Creazione degli Animali," "Grave Mind I
               Loved," "Letter to Statues," "Architect, Logician," and "For My Pupils in
               the War Years."  1 item (32 pp.)
          "At the Museum," [n.d.]
               Photocopy of poem as published in Harper's Bazaar.  1 item (1 p.)
          "Galatea," 1941 Apr
               Photocopy of poem as published in Harper's Bazaar.  1 item (1 p.)
          "Mirror Writing" 1947 Apr
               Photocopy of poem as published in Harper's Bazaar.  2 items (2 pp.)
          "Cadillac Square," [n.y.]: Mar 14
               Mimeographed typescript, including discussion of poem.  1 item (9 pp.)

41        Series III.  John Malcolm Brinnin Manuscripts (cont'd)
          Miscellaneous poems (cont'd)

     F635 "Oedipus' Cradle Song," 1949 Jul 9
          Photocopy of a musical score, with lyrics based on a poem by Brinnin and score
          by Jacob Aushalomoff.  Score is inscribed to Brinnin by Aushalomoff.  Item is in
          an oversized envelope on top of Box 41.  1 item (5 pp.)

     F636 Miscellaneous Prose written by Brinnin, 1937-1959
          Includes reviews, essays, and articles.  18 items (54 pp.)  Titles include:

          "Edinburgh-the Fringe on Top," 1958 May
               Photocopy of poem as published in Mademoiselle.  1 item (6 pp.)
          "Within a Budding Grove," 1945 Jul
               Photocopy of poem as published in Tomorrow Magazine.  1 item (4 pp.)
          "Gertrude Stein in America," 1959 Oct
               Issue of The Atlantic with article.  1 item (5 pp.)
          "On First Meeting," [n.d.]
               Photocopy of galley proofs with autograph notes.  1 item (3 pp.)
          "A Visit to William Faulkner in Mississippi," 1947 Nov
               Tear sheets and photocopy of article in Harper's Bazaar and copy of Book
               of the Month announcement which includes the article.  3 items (9 pp.)
          "Few Dull Moments in  Elmer and Lily' Ingenious Settings...," 1943 May 19
               Issue of Vassar Miscellany News with article.  1 item (2 pp.)
          "Calverton, Wilson, Cowley...," 1937 Apr 3
               Photocopy of review published in the Michigan Daily.  1 item (1 p.)
          "Dylan Thomas' Poems," 1946 Dec 8
               Photocopy of review published in  New York Times Book Reviews.  1 item
               (1 p.)
          "Virtue of Freshness," 1952 Dec 8
               Photocopy of review published in New Republic.  1 item (1 p.)
          "From Mind to Image to Meter," [n.d.]
               Photocopy of review published in Poetry Quarterly.  1 item (3 pp.)
          "I Can't Give You Anything But Marks," 1947 Apr
               Photocopy of article published in Junior Bazaar.  1 item (6 pp.)
          "Youth Faces Its Future," 1947 Aug
               Photocopy of article published in Harper's Bazaar.  3 items (6 pp.)
          "Basking in Bermuda," [n.d.]
               Photocopy of article written by J. B. McNally for Harper's Bazaar.  1 item
               (4 pp.)
          "Poets, Painters, and Vice Versa," 1947 Jul
               Photocopy of article published in Junior Bazaar.  1 item (3 pp.)

42        Series IV.  Manuscripts written by other writers, 1918-1981
               Arranged alphabetically by the author of the manuscript.  

          Series IV.1.  Bidart, Frank,  1939-

     F637 The Book of the Body, 1975 Jun 15
          Typescript (photocopy) of a book of poems in binder, bearing an inscription from
          the author to Brinnin and Bill Read.  1 item (36 pp.)

          Series IV.2.  Bishop, Elizabeth,  1911-

     F638 "Memories of Uncle Neddy," [1975]-1977
          Typescript draft with autograph revisions, a photocopy of the article as published
          in Southern Review (1977 Fall), and an envelope.  2 items (35 pp.)

     F639 North and South, [n.d.]
          Typescript and typescript (carbon) drafts with autograph revisions by Bishop and
          a note by Brinnin.  30 pp.  Includes 19 poems:
          "The Map"
          "The Imaginary Iceberg"
          "The Colder the Air"
          "The Gentleman of Shalott"
          "From the Country to the City"
          "The Man-Moth"
          "Love Lies Sleeping"
          "A Miracle for Breakfast"
          "The Weed"
          "The Unbeliever"
          "The Monument"
          "Cirque D'Hiver"
          "Florida"
          "Jeronimos House"
          "Cootchie"
          "Sea-Scape"
          "Late Air"
          "Roosters"
          "The Fish" 

  42        Series IV.  Manuscripts written by other writers (cont'd)

          Series IV.3.  Campbell, Robert Bhain

     F640 Poems, 1938-1939
          Typescript, typescript (carbon), and autograph drafts, all bearing autograph
          revisions.  Some of the thirteen poems are inscribed.  13 items (18 pp.)  Titles 
          include:
          "A Map for Two Who Visit," 1938
               With autograph map.
          "Anableps Anableps," [n.d.]
          "Crime and Counter-Crime," [n.d.]
          "Small Ode After Small Beer," 1939 Jan
          "X," 1938 Dec
          "The Lawyer and the Thrush," 1939 Oct 21
               Inscribed to Brinnin by author.
          "The Use of Exile," 1939 Oct 21
               Inscribed to Brinnin by author.
          "Ultra-Montane," 1938 Mar 17
               Inscribed to Brinnin by author.
          "On a Handloomed Rug," 1939 Oct 21
               Inscribed to Brinnin by author.
          "Epigraph for a la Recherche du Temps Perdu," 1938 Dec
          "Of the People In Their Parks"
          "Crusoe's Plovers," 1938 Oct

          Series IV.4.  Combs, Tram, 1924-
               Collections of poems.

     F641 But Never Mind: Poems etc. 1946-50, [1959]
          Typescript (carbon) draft and a mock-up of the book.  2 items (63 pp.)

     F642 Cat Clutch, 1962 May
          Typescript (carbon) draft of nine poems and a note from Combs to Brinnin.  2
          items (10 pp.)

     F643 Christmas Clutch, 1957, 1957
          Booklet of mimeographed poems, with a photograph of Vincent Barzey, and
          signed by Combs.  1 item (15 pp.)

     F644 Meetings on Saint Thomas, 1957 Dec 31
          Typescript (carbon) draft, inscribed to Brinnin.  1 item (7 pp.)

     F645 a pilgrim's leap year, [n.d.]
          Typescript (carbon) draft.  1 item (192 pp.)

42        Series IV.  Manuscripts written by other writers (cont'd)
          Series IV.4.  Combs, Tram (cont'd)

     F646 pilgrim's terrace, 1958
          Typescript and typescript (carbon) drafts, plus a transcript.  3 items (13 pp.)

     F647 poems of God, 1962 May 19
          Typescript (carbon) draft and letter from Combs to Brinnin.  2 items  (44 pp.)

     F648 Saint Thomas' & Francis' cities songs' o' tram 1958, 1958
          Booklet of autograph and mimeographed poems.  1 item (14 pp.)


43   F649 Saint Thomas. Poems, 1964
          Typescript (carbon) draft.  1 item (47 pp.)

     F650 Saint Thomas. Poems, 1964 Aug 11
          Typescript (carbon) draft, inscribed to Brinnin by Combs.  1 item (76 pp.)

     F651 Poems submitted to Wesleyan University Press, 1954-1967
          Typescript and typescript (carbon) drafts.  129 items (130 pp.)

     F652 Miscellaneous poems sent to Brinnin for safe-keeping, 1964-1967
          Typescript (carbon) drafts with notes from Combs.  35 items (35 pp.)

     F653 Unpublished poems sent to Brinnin for safe-keeping, 1957-1967
          Typescript and typescript (carbon) drafts, plus letter to Brinnin.  22 items (25 pp.)

43        Series IV.  Manuscripts written by other writers (cont'd)

          Series IV.5.  Feldman, Irving, 1928- 
               Typescript (photocopy), typescript (mimeograph), and typescript (carbon)
               drafts of poems by Feldman.  Some poems bear autograph notes and
               revisions.  103 items (195 pp.)  Titles include:

     F654 Poems, 1955-1981
          "Artist and Model," 1961
               Signed.  1 item (4 pp.)
          "The Birth of Theseus," 1960
               Signed.  1 item (7 pp.)
          "Elegy," 1978
               Signed.  1 item (8 pp.)
          "Epistle to Trilinguus," 1956
               Signed.  1 item (3 pp.)
          "Family History," 1977
               1 item (4 pp.)
          "First Testament," 1955 Oct
               Signed.  1 item (3 pp.)
          "Hump," [n.d.]
               Signed and bearing autograph revisions.  2 items (6 pp.)
          "Manhattan," [n.d.]
               1 item (3 pp.)
          "Passages," 1965-66
               Signed and bearing autograph revisions.  2 items (9 pp.)
          "Poem," 1968 Jan
               Bearing autograph revisions.  1 item (3 pp.)
          "Prometheus Dying," 1959 Aug
               Signed and bearing autograph revisions.  1 item (5 pp.)
          "Read to the Animals, or Orpheus at the SPCA," 1981 Jul
               Bearing autograph revisions.  1 item (3 pp.)
          "Seeing Red," [n.d.]
               1 item (3 pp.)

43        Series IV.  Manuscripts written by other writers (cont'd)
          Series IV.5.  Feldman, Irving (cont'd)

     F655 Poems, 1956-1981
          "Speculations," 1957-1959
               Signed and bearing autograph revisions.  1 item (4 pp.)
          "Teach Me, Dear Sister," 1981 Nov
               1 item (3 pp.)
          "Three Tales," 1976 Dec
               1 item (3 pp.)
          "Work and Days," 1956-1957
               Bearing autograph revisions.  3 items (21 pp.)
          "Greenwich Village Saturday Night," 1958 Apr
               1 item (2 pp.)
          "Summer Game," 1960 Feb
               Signed.  1 item (1 p.)
          "The Lost Language," 1959 Nov
               Signed and bearing autograph revisions.  2 items (2 pp.)
          "Goya," 1959 Apr-Jul
               Signed and bearing autograph revisions.  1 item (2 pp.)
          "The Nurses," 1958-59
               1 item (1 p.)
          "To a Third-Generation Israel: Girl," 1958 Oct
               Bearing autograph revisions.  1 item (1 p.)
          "The Old Men," 1958 Aug-Sep
               1 item (1 p.)
          "The Dreamers," 1957 Dec 31
               1 item (1 p.)
          "Scratch," 1957 Dec 5
               1 item (1 p.)
          "All the Stake:  The Martyr Speaks to Her Burners," 1956 Mar 9-14
               2 items (2 pp.)
          "Girl Singing," 1963 Nov
               1 item (1 p.)
          "Clown and Destiny" and "The New Night," 1963 Nov
               1 item (1 p.)
          "The Double" and "Scene of a Summer Morning," 1963 Nov
               1 item (1 p.)
          "In Time of Troubles," [n.d.]
               1 item (1 p.)
          "Forgetting," " Melancholy," and "Division," 1957 Feb-Mar
               1 item (1 p.)
          "The Drowned Man," [n.d.]
               1 item (1 p.)

     43        Series IV.  Manuscripts written by other writers (cont'd)
          Series IV.5.  Feldman, Irving (cont'd)

          F655 Poems (cont'd)
          "Growing Up" and "Man," [n.d.]
               1 item (1 p.)
          "Litany-The Road," 1981 Sep
               1 item (1 p.)
          "Flight From the Center," [n.d.]
               1 item (1 p.)
          "Man of Letters, or The Last Meow-A Fable," [n.d.]
               1 item (2 pp.)
          "Cloud of Brightness," 1977 Nov 29
               1 item (1 p.)
          "Rowing on the Acheron," [n.d.]
               1 item (1 p.)

     F656 Poems, 1955-1981
          "Ever After," [n.d.]
               1 item (2 p.)
          "The Ecstasies," 1977 Jun
               1 item (1 p.)
          "The Thousand Nights and the One Night," [n.d.]
               1 item (1 p.)
          "Waking Words," 1971 Dec 15
               State University of New York at Buffalo, Lockwood Memorial Library
               Christmas Broadside #4.  Inscribed to Brinnin by Feldman.  1 item (2 pp.)
          "Saint and Leper," 1955 Nov
               Signed.  1 item (1 p.)
          "Moses at Sinai: The Law," 1956 Jan
               Signed.  1 item (1 p.)
          "Ballade: Where Are My Father's Ways?" 1956 Feb
               Signed.  1 item (1 p.)
          "Non-being," 1956 Feb
               Signed.  1 item (1 p.)
          "He," 1956 Feb 24
               1 item (1 p.)
          "A Woman Like Odysseus" and "With Orpheus," 1963 Nov
               1 item (1 p.)
          "The Messengers" and "To Lucifer," 1963 Oct
               1 item (1 p.)
          "Poem at 35" and "Forgiving Adam," 1963 Sep
               1 item (1 p.)
          "Morton's Dream," 1971 May
               Signed with note.  2 items (2 pp.)43        Series IV.  Manuscripts written by other writers (cont'd)

          Series IV.5.  Feldman, Irving (cont'd)

     F656 Poems (cont'd)
          "Lullaby," 1971 Mar
               1 item (1 p.)
          "Six Sailors," 1971 Apr
               Signed with notes.  2 items (4 pp.)
          "School for Prophets," 1971 Mar
               1 item (1 p.)
          "Bembu of the Antilles Addresses His Beloved," [n.d.]
               With note.  1 item (2 pp.)
          "Bones for the Tomb of Vide," 1962 Mar
               1 item (2 pp.)
          "Dark Night," 1962 Mar
               1 item (1 p.)
          "Prologue," 1962 Feb
               1 item (1 p.)
          "Not a Nightmare, But the Truth" and "Light," 1962
               1 item (1 p.)
          "Dark Nights," 1962 Jul
               1 item (2 pp.)
          "The No-Night" and "The Marionette," 1964 Jan
               1 item (1 p.)
          "The Return," 1964 Jan
               1 item (1 p.)
          "Nightwords," 1964 Jan
               1 item (2 pp.)
          "Poem," 1964 Jan
               1 item (2 pp.)
          "Other Mutilations: Disasters of the Deaf," "Arabian Nights," and "The Poem," 
               1960
               1 item (1 p.)
          "The Gnome," 1959 Jan
               1 item (2 pp.)
          "At the Movies," 1959 Jan
               1 item (1 p.)
          "A Crone's Tale," 1980 Aug
               1 item (2 pp.)
          "My Olson Elegy," 1970 Sep
               Signed and bearing autograph revisions.  1 item (2 pp)
          "Dunkerque 1951," 1967 Dec
               Bearing autograph revisions.  1 item (1 p.)
          "Night and the Maiden," [n.d.]
               1 item (1 p.)

43        Series IV.  Manuscripts written by other writers (cont'd)
          Series IV.5.  Feldman, Irving (cont'd)

     F656 Poems (cont'd)
          "To Waken You with Your Name," 1968 Spr
               Signed and with notes.  1 item (2 pp.)
          "The Heir," 1968 Jan
               1 item (1 p.)
          "Fabulous Disaster," [n.d.]
               Signed.  1 item (1 p.)
          "To S., Underground," [n.d.]
               Signed and with a note.  1 item (2 pp.)
          "A Psalm," 1965 Jul
               1 item (1 p.)
          "Dressing Hornport," 1965 Aug
               1 item (2 pp.)
          "The Word," 1965 Sum
               1 item (1 p.)
          "Sea, Island, Night," 1965 Sum
               1 item (2 pp.)
          "Egg," 1973 Feb
               1 item (2 pp.)
          "Elegy for a Suicide," 1965 Feb
               2 items (4 pp.)
          "Was," 1973 Apr
               1 item (1 p.)
          "The Titanic," 1970 Apr
               Bearing autograph revisions.  1 item (1 p.)
          "The Air Children," 1970 Oct
               Signed and bearing autograph revisions.  1 item (1 p.)
          "Rue Git-le-Coeur," [n.d.]
               1 item (1 p.)
          "The Party," [n.d.]
               1 item (1 p.)
          "Fast as You Can," 1970 Mar
               Bearing autograph revisions.  1 item (2 pp.)
          "Birthday," 1972 Feb
               Signed.  1 item (1 p.)
          "Our Leaders," 1970 Oct
               1 item (2 pp.)
          "The Jumping Children," 1970 Oct
               1 item (1 p.)
          "A Little Boy Said" and "The River Song," 1962 Apr
               Signed.  2 items (2 pp.)
          "Poet at Twelve," [n.d.]
               1 item (2 pp.)

 44        Series IV.  Manuscripts written by other writers (cont'd)

          Series IV.6.  Friar, Kimon
               Includes poetry and an essay.  3 items (120 pp.)

     F657 Myth and Metaphysics, [n.d.]
          Typescript (carbon) draft, bearing autograph revisions.  1 item (83 pp.)

     F658 Poems Early and Late, [n.d.]
          Friar's entry for a major Hopwood Award in Poetry using the pseudonym, Owen
          Robartes.  Typescript with autograph revisions and a note from Brinnin.  2 items 
          (37 pp.)

          Series IV.7.  Garrigue, Jean, 1912-1972. 

     F659 "The Fox, The Horse and Wanton Swan," 1942
          Typescript draft with folder, letter from Garrigue, and a note by Brinnin.
          Collection of poems which Brinnin notes appeared in 1947 as Garrigue's first
          book, The Ego and the Centaur.  3 items (54 pp.)
 
          Series IV.8.  Jarrell, Randall, 1914-1965. 

     F660 The Animal Family, 1965
          Galley proofs of a children's book by Jarrell, sent to Brinnin by Pantheon Books
          for Brinnin's opinion.  Includes a letter from Pantheon.  2 items (32 pp.)

          Series IV.9.  Kallman, Chester.  1921-

     F661 Three poems, [n.d.]
          Typescript drafts bearing autograph revisions and enclosed with a letter from
          Kallman to Brinnin.  4 items (5 pp.)  Titles include:
          "Aubade,"  1 p.
          "The Intimate Story," 2 pp.
          "The Art of Poetry," 1 p.

          Series IV.10.  Purdy, Harry

     F662 "A Short Story," [n.d.]
          Typescript draft bearing autograph revisions.  1 item (19 pp.)

44        Series IV.  Manuscripts written by other writers (cont'd)

          Series IV.11.  Quinn, Kerker

     F663 Poems, [n.d.]
          Typescript drafts.  6 items (7 pp.)  Titles include:
          "You Wouldn't Listen Earlier," 1 p.
          "Conversational," 1 p.
          "Melodrama," 1 p.
          "Last of a Long Line," 2 items (2 pp.)
          "Modam Invades the City," 2 pp.

          Series IV.12.  Russell, Peter.  1921-

     F664 Photocopied typescript drafts of poems, 1918-1965
          All poems are a single page.  22 items (22 pp.)  Titles include:
          "Playful Verses," 1965 Jan 31
               Inscribed to Brinnin and with a note by Brinnin.
          "Dream Song," 1965 Feb
          "The Golden Chain," 1965 Apr 11
          "Venice," 1965 Dec 5
          "Girl Painting," 1965 Jun 4
          Untitled with first line: "O Sandy Time who speakest always of tomorrow," 1964
               Oct 30.
          "To the Trinity of Night," 1964 Oct 16
          "The Cloth of Night" and  "For K-K-," [n.d.]
          "Still-Leben," 1964 Jun 2
          Untitled with first line: "Pours out of sky and tree," 1964 Jun 26
          "Ezra Pound," 1965 Oct 29
          "Splenetics," [n.d.]
          "Viet Nam (or Anywhere)," [n.d.]
          "Four Epigrams," [n.d.]
          "CLX Leningrad," 1930
               Translation of a poem written by Russian Osip Mandelshtam.
          "CVI Tristia," 1918
               Translation of a poem by Osip Mandelshtam.
          "XCIV," 1918
               Translation of a poem by Osip Mandelshtam.
          "LXXXVII The Age," 1923
               Translation of a poem by Osip Mandelshtam.
          "CXII," 1918
               Translation of a poem by Osip Mandelshtam.
          "Mousai," 1964 Jan 6
          "Missing a Bus," [n.d.]
          Untitled with first line: "For the first time articulately," [n.d.]

44        Series IV.  Manuscripts written by other writers (cont'd)

          Series IV.13.  Scott, Winfield Townley, 1910-1968.

     F665 Poems, [n.d.]
          Typescript and typescript (carbon) drafts.  15 items (20 pp.)  Titles include:
          "A Christmas Carol," 4 pp.
          "The Trap," 1 p.
          "Late Winter," 1 p.
          "Lost Generation (Hamatreya)," 3 pp.
          "Peterborough," 1 p.
          "Who's Been Here Before Me?" 1 p.
          "Dedication," 1 p.
          "Verses" and "Confidential," 1 p.
          "Tidal River," 1 p.
          "Dreamed Rain," 1 p.
          "The Owl in the Hall," 1 p.
          "If All," 1 p.
          "The Outcast," 1 p.
          "A Kingdom Is," 1 p.
          "Rose Island," 1 p.
     
          Series IV.14.  Scully, James 

     F666 Poems and article, 1961-1966
          Typescript, typescript (photocopy), typescript (carbon), and typescript
          (mimeograph) drafts of poems, plus on article.  49 item (64 pp.)  Titles include:

          "Night Bathers," 1961 Mar 8
               1 item (2 pp.)
          "The Marches," 1964 Mar 4
               1 item (1 p.)
          "Pier," 1964 Mar 4
               1 item (1 p.)
          "An American Airman," 1964 Mar 4
               1 item (2 pp.)
          "Scully in Paradise," [n.d.]
               Initialed typescript draft.  1 item (2 pp.)
          "Paridiso," [n.d.]
               1 item (2 pp.)
          "A Late Spring," [n.d.]
               1 item (1 p.)
          "Gibraltar," [n.d.]
               1 item (1 p.)

44        Series IV.  Manuscripts written by other writers (cont'd)
          Series IV.14.  Scully, James (cont'd)

     F666 Poems and article (cont'd)
          "The Glassblower," [n.d.]
               1 item (2 pp.)
          "A Fantasy of Little Waters," [n.d.]
               1 item (1 p.)
          "Lullaby," [n.d.]
               1 item (1 p.)
          "Ammianus Marcellinus," [n.d.]
               2 items (2 pp.)
          "Orpheus at the Window," [n.d.]
               1 item (1 p.)
          "The Verge," [n.d.]
               1 item (1 p.)
          "The Abandoned Asylum," [n.d.]
               1 item (1 p.)
          "Breakfast on the Terrace," [n.d.]
               1 item (1 p.)
          "I Lie," [n.d.]
               2 items (2 pp.)
          "Flowers," [n.d.]
               1 item (1 p.)
          "Ama-je un reve ?" [n.d.]
               1 item (1 p.)
          "The Fall," [n.d.]
               1 item (1 p.)
          "The Change of Life," [n.d.]
               1 item (1 p.)
          "Conception is a blessing," [n.d.]
               1 item (1 p.)
          "Brother and Sister," [n.d.]
               1 item (1 p.)
          "Home," [n.d.]
               1 item (1 p.)
          "Of a Pure Aesthetics" and  "An Impossible Friend," [n.d.]
               1 item (1 p.)
          "The Housekeeper Tells Him of Himself," [n.d.]
               1 item (1 p.)
          "An Old Priest Meditates on a Child's Confession," [n.d.]
               1 item (1 p.)
          "The Dream," [n.d.]
               1 item (1 p.)
          "The Holiday," [n.d.]
               1 item (1 p.)

44        Series IV.  Manuscripts written by other writers (cont'd)
          Series IV.14.  Scully, James (cont'd)

     F666 Poems and article (cont'd)
          "Remembering," [n.d.]
               1 item (1 p.)
          "The Insinuant," [n.d.]
               1 item (1 p.)
          "Iris," [n.d.]
               1 item (1 p.)
          "We Are the Evergreens, Too," [n.d.]
               Initialed typescript draft.  1 item (1 p.)
          "Coming at Last Into Our Own Land," [n.d.]
               Initialed typescript draft.  1 item (1 p.)
          "Crew Practice on Lake Bled" [n.d.]
               2 item (4 pp.)
          "An American Airman," [n.d.]
               1 item (1 p.)
          "Dropping Out," [n.d.]
               1 item (1 p.)
          "The Old Order," [n.d.]
               1 item (2 pp.)
          "Provinces," [n.d.]
               Signed typescript draft.  1 item (1 p.)
          "Lt. Cmdr. T. E. Sanderson," [1963]
               1 item (2 pp.)
          Untitled.  Previously titled "The Sun," [n.d.]
               1 item (1 p.)
          "Graven Images," [1965-1966]
               Signed typescript draft.  1 item (2 pp.)
          "Chiaroscura," [n.d.]
               1 item (3 pp.)
          "The Marketplace," [n.d.]
               1 item (2 pp.)
          "The Grandson," [n.d.]
               1 item (1 p.)

          "The Audience Swam for Their Lives," [1964 Nov 14]
               Photocopy of an article by Scully with notes.  1 item (3 pp.)

44        Series IV.  Manuscripts written by other writers (cont'd)

          Series IV.15.  Sexton, Anne

     F667 The Awful Rowing Toward God, [n.d.]
          Typescript (photocopy) with note by Brinnin.  1 item (55 pp.)  Titles include:
          "Rowing"
          "The Civil War"
          "Two Hands"
          "The Children"
          "The Witch's Life"
          "Blame"
          "Courage"
          "The Fish That Walked"
          "The Fallen Angels"
          "The Earth"
          "After Auschwitz"
          "The Baby"
          "The Poet of Ignorance"
          "The Sermon of the Twelve Acknowledgments"
          "The Evil Eye"
          "The Dead Heart"
          "The Play"
          "The Sickness Unto Death"
          "Locked Doors"
          "When Man Enters Woman"
          "The Room of My Life"
          "Riding the Elevator Into the Sky"
          "The Evil Seekers"
          "Bubble"
          "The Wall"
          "Is It True?"
          "Jesus, the Actor, Play the Holy Ghost"
          "The God-Monger"
          "Not So. Not So"
          "What the Bird With the Human Head Knew"
          "The Fire Thief"
          "Welcome Morning"
          "The Big Heart"
          "Words"
          "Mothers"
          "Doctors"
          "Small Coin"
          "Frenzy"
          "Snow"
          "Small Wire"
          "The Saints Come Marching In"44

        Series IV.  Manuscripts written by other writers (cont'd)

          Series IV.16.  Shattuck, Roger

     F668 Two poems, [n.d.]
          Signed typescript drafts.  5 items (6 pp.)  Titles include:
          "Legend," 2 pp.
          "Songs of Songs: I-IV," (4 pp.).

          Series IV.17.  Sitwell, Edith, Dame. 1887-1964.

     F669 "The Road to Thebes," [n.d.]
          Typescript of two sections of "The Road to Thebes."  Inscribed by Sitwell to
          Brinnin and bearing a note by Brinnin.  2 items (9 pp.)
  
          Series IV.18.  Waldrop, Rosemarie and Keith

     F670 Issues of  Open Places, 1971-1972
          Two issues of Open Places (nos. 9 and 11), which include poetry by Rosemarie
          Waldrop.  Also includes photocopies of articles about Rosemarie Waldrop and a
          poem by Keith Waldrop.  5 items (39 pp.)


45        Series V.  Miscellaneous material related to John Malcolm Brinnin, 1916-1978
  
          Series V.1.  Photographs, 1943-1973
               Includes photographs of John Malcolm Brinnin, his friends, and
               acquaintances.  Photographs include poses for publicity, travel pictures,
               and photographs with others.  Individuals include Gertrude Stein, Richard
               Wilbur, Katherine Anne Porter, Jean Stafford, Ben Bellit, Frank Bidart,
               Bill Read, Allen Ginsberg, Helen Vendler, Bernard Fleishman, George
               Prideaux, John Thompson, John Wolfen, Howard Moss, Rollie McKenna,
               Tony Hecht, Donald Hall, Stanley Cooperman, W. D. Snodgrass, Alan
               Dugan, Zbigniew Herbert, Louis Simpson, Robert Duncan, Nicanor Parra,
               Jorge Carrera Andrade, George Hitchcock, William Jay Smith, Miller
               Williams, Bob Hayden, Jon Silkin, Henry Rago, Zulfikar Ghose, John
               Logan, James Tate, Enrique Ojeda, Jim Harrison, and others.  Photographs
               of John Malcolm Brinnin with Dylan Thomas are located in Series II.10
               (F563).  104 items (104 pp.)
 
     F671 45 photographs and several notes, 1943-1973
     F672 55 photograph, plus notes, [1943]-1967
          Includes a number of full page contact sheets with numerous images.

45        Series V.  Miscellaneous material related to Brinnin (cont'd)

          Series V.2.  Awards and honors, 1940-1978  

     F673 Clippings, photocopies, and award, 1940-1978
          Various items of ephemera relating to awards or honors earned by Brinnin. 
          Includes clippings concerning his 1940 Hopwood Award in Poetry and his
          election to the American Academy of Arts and Letters in 1978.  His citation,
          which accompanied Alexander Drovtzkoy Memorial Award from the Poetry
          Society of America (1955), is also present.  22 items (72 pp.)


          Series V.3.  Travel ephemera, 1936-1972

     F674 Material related to Brinnin's travels abroad, 1936-1972
          Printed, mimeographed, and autograph material related to John Malcolm Brinnin's
          numerous travels.  Includes brochures, passports, menus, passenger lists, U.S.
          Government Grant Authorization, passports, and menus.  15 items (152 pp.)
  

          Series V.4.  Material relating to the YMHA-YWHA Poetry Center, 1950-1969 

     F675 Programs, clippings, and articles related to the Poetry Center, 1950-1969
          Most of the items are programs detailing the poetry and literary readings arranged
          by Brinnin while he was director of the Poetry Center.  29 items (92 pp.)
 

46        Series V.5.  Material related to John Malcolm Brinnin's published works,
               1942-1972

     F676 Announcements, contracts, invitations, cartoons, galley proofs, publishers
               catalogs, and cover proofs, 1944-1972
          Includes material related to Brinnin's The Garden is Political, The Third Rose,
          The Selected Poems of John Malcolm Brinnin, Modern Poetry (edited with Kimon
          Friar), Modern Poets (edited with Bill Read), The Sway of the Grand Saloon,
          Sextet, and No Arch, No Triumph.  22 items (125 pp.).

     F677 Reviews of Brinnin's published works, 1942-1972
          Includes proofs, clippings, and photocopies of reviews for The Sway of the Grand
          Saloon, The Garden is Political, The Lincoln Lyrics, No Arch, No Triumph, The 
          Modern Poets, The Selected Poems of John Malcolm Brinnin, The Sorrows of
          Cold Stone, The Third Rose.  76 items (97 pp.)
  
46        Series V.  Miscellaneous material related to Brinnin (cont'd)

          Series V.6.  Material related to speeches, lectures, programs, and conferences
               in which Brinnin participated, 1947-1971

     F678 Programs, announcements, invitations, correspondence, photographs, schedules,
               posters, and Brinnin's notes and typescript speeches, 1947-1971
          76 items (254 pp.)
  

          Series V.7.  Material published about Brinnin, 1936-1976

     F679 Articles, interviews, and other material which profile Brinnin and his career,
               1936-1976
          Includes a copy of the November 1940 issue of the University of Michigan
          Gargoyle.  16 items (32 pp.)


47        Series V.8.  Ephemera related to Brinnin, 1916-1975

     F680 Printed material with notes from Brinnin to Thompson, 1916-1973 
          Includes an announcement for sound recording of Brinnin reading poetry, prints
          of birds, lease for and information about "The Book Room" (a bookstore operated
          by Brinnin while he was at the University of Michigan), postcards, photocopies of
          newspaper and magazine articles, announcement for books by others, and
          invitations to events.  31 items (184 pp.)

     F681 Autograph guest book kept by Brinnin at Duxbury, 1956-1975
          Guest register contains signatures, poems and comments by a number of literary
          persons including Richard Wilbur, Howard Moss, Ruthven Todd (with watercolor
          drawings), Tram Combs, Kay Boyle, Richard Tillinghast, Seymour Lawrence,
          James Scully, Kimon Friar, John Lehman, Irving Feldman, Helen Vendler, Frank
          Bidart, Octavia Paz, Penelope Mortimer and others.    1 item (56 pp.)


          Series V.9.  Miscellaneous printed material collected by Brinnin, 1920-1972

     F682 Journals and a booklet, 1920-1972
          Includes A Critical Supplement to Poetry (1950 Feb), Foreground (1946 Spr-Sum),
          Commonwealth Journal (1972 Jan), The Harvard Advocate (1942 May), 
          The Chapbook (1920 Nov).    5 items (246 pp.).


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

+ Series II. Material relating to Dylan Thomas, 1949-1976

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