Found in 15 Collections and/or Records:
This scrapbook comprises samples of print materials from Bread Loaf Printers, including programs for plays, lectures, and musical performances at the Bread Loaf School of English, greeting cards, and poetry. Filed with the scrapbook is a 1940 issue of the Graphic Arts Education Journal, which includes an article detailing the creation of a printing operation at Bread Loaf at the suggestion of Robert Frost.
Collection includes typescript draft poems for "The Day We Still Stand Here" (1983) and "Falling Awake" (1986), along with other poetry, proofs, editing notes, and correspondance. Most of the poetry in the collection has manuscript notes made by Margolis. Also includes notes on "Falling Awake" by Robert Pack; works by Robert Pack; works by Edgar O'Hara; and works by Andrea Hollander Budy.
This scrapbook comprises primarily photographs from Taylor's tenure as a graduate student at the Bread Loaf School of English (BLSE). The photographs depict landscapes and buildings at the BLSE, as well as instructors and students. Human subjects are typically identified in writing. The scrapbook also includes printed poems, essays, and the texts of various lectures and sermons.
This scrapbook comprises photographs and other ephemera from Wendling's tenure as a graduate student at the Bread Loaf School of English. Composed primarily of photographs, the scrapbook also includes printed poems, graduation cards, newspaper clippings, a menu, and a greeting card, handwritten on birch bark. The scrapbook includes several photographs of Robert Frost, taken by Wendling.
Collection includes 21 holograph poems by Paul Metcalf as well as three reviews of writing by other authors. Metcalf reviews Todd Moore's poetry (1985), The Lyric Return by Lucille Coleman, and The Night Traveler by Mary Oliver. Note that most of the materials in the collection are undated.
Bound typesript copy of Portrait Poems by Sarah N. Cleghorn, dated 1934. Title page signed by author. Volume includes poems such as "Three Great Ladies of Manchester, Vermont," "John Masefield," "Dorothea," "Of William Mann Fincke," "Emilia," "Saint Clare Hears Saint Francis," and "Margarita Singing Ballads."
This scrapbook contains a collection of poetry by different authors, cut from various typewritten and handwritten sources and glued onto the page. Identifiable text sources include the New Yorker magazine, and poets include Frances Frost, Edna St. Vincent Millay, Louise Bogan, Ogden Nash, and Dorothy Parker. Also includes clippings of articles on poetry, and a few New Yorker cartoons. The authorship of some of the typewritten and handwritten poetry is unattributed.