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Lincoln Fitzell papers, 1928-1958 (bulk 1938-1957).

Author: Lincoln Fitzell; Lewis Mumford; Alfred Kreymborg; Harriet Monroe; Ridgely Torrence
Edition/Format:   Print book : Manuscript   Archival Material : English
Summary:
Contains correspondence from journal editors including Lewis Mumford, Alfred Kreymborg, Harriet Monroe and Ridgely Torrence, from literary friends and political figures. Also includes manuscripts of poetry, an unpublished novel and an essay, "The Sword and the Dragon," and materials relating to Fitzell's professional memberships and political interests.
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Genre/Form: Archives
Poems
Named Person: Lincoln Fitzell; Lincoln Fitzell
Material Type: Manuscript
Document Type: Book, Archival Material
All Authors / Contributors: Lincoln Fitzell; Lewis Mumford; Alfred Kreymborg; Harriet Monroe; Ridgely Torrence
OCLC Number: 215307433
Description: 6 boxes (2.4 linear ft.)

Abstract:

Contains correspondence from journal editors including Lewis Mumford, Alfred Kreymborg, Harriet Monroe and Ridgely Torrence, from literary friends and political figures. Also includes manuscripts of poetry, an unpublished novel and an essay, "The Sword and the Dragon," and materials relating to Fitzell's professional memberships and political interests.
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