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Creator:Kent, Rockwell, 1882-1971
Title:Rockwell Kent letters to David Wesley
Date(s):1951-1969
Call No:MSS 0304
Abstract:The Rockwell Kent collection consists of letters written by twentieth century American artist Rockwell Kent to his personal friend and twentieth century American journalist David Wesley.
Subjects:Cold War | Artists (visual artists) | United States--Politics and government--20th century
Creator:Herlihy, James Leo
Title:James Leo Herlihy letters to Edward P. Mitchell
Date(s):1947-1953
Call No:MSS 0099, F0920
Abstract:This collection of letters and postcards, written by author and playwright James Leo Herlihy (1927-1993) to his friend Edward P. Mitchell, contains updates on his life in New York City,[...] including his writing and his financial difficulties; and is accompanied by a life mask of Herlihy and a sculpture created by Herlihy.
Subjects:Dramatists, American--Correspondence | Novelists, American--Correspondence | Sculptors--United States--Correspondence | Authors | More Subjects
Creator:Coffey, Brian, 1905-1995
Title:Brian Coffey papers
Date(s):1917-1996
Call No:MSS 0382
Abstract:The Brian Coffey papers consist of personal and literary papers which document the life and career of the avant-garde Irish poet from 1917 to 1996.
Subjects:English poetry--Irish authors--20th century | Poets, Irish--20th century | Private presses--England--History--20th century | Poets | More Subjects
Creator:Furnival, John, 1933-
Title:John Furnival papers
Date(s):1941-2016
Call No:MSS 0746
Abstract:John Furnival (born 1933) is a British visual artist whose work is associated with the Concrete Poetry, Mail Art, and Fluxus movements, as well as with the American Beats. In[...] 1964, Furnival, along with Dom Sylvester Houédard, founded Openings Press, a small Gloucestershire press dedicated to publishing concrete poetry and similar work. The John Furnival papers encompass nearly fifty years of the artist’s personal and professional activity and document his involvement with the International Concrete Poetry and Mail Art movements through correspondence, publications, broadsides, and posters.
Subjects:Concrete poetry | Experimental poetry, English | Printing | Printing presses in art | More Subjects