Glenn Ward Dresbach Papers

MS D81

Special Collections
University of Arkansas Libraries

365 N. McIlroy Avenue
Fayetteville, Arkansas 72701-4002
Phone: 479-575-8444
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Machine-readable finding aid encoded in EAD by Elysa Barton in 2019.

Finding aid is written in English.

Table of Contents

Descriptive Summary

Creator
Dresbach, Glenn Ward, 1889-1968
Title
Glenn Ward Dresbach Papers
Inclusive Dates
1907-1968
Identification
MS D81
Extent
14 linear feet (21 boxes)
Language
Materials are in English.
Repository
Special Collections Department, University of Arkansas Libraries

Access Information

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Use Information

No Use Restrictions Apply.

No Interlibrary Loan.

Standard Federal Copyright Laws Apply (U.S. Title 17).

Acquisition Information

The Glenn Ward Dresbach Papers were donated to the Special Collections Department by Beverley Githens Dresbach of Eureka Springs, Arkansas in July 1968.

Processing Information

Processed by Samuel Sizer; completed in March 1970.

Preferred Form of Citation

Glenn Ward Dresbach Papers (MS D81), Special Collections, University of Arkansas Libraries, Fayetteville.

See Special Collections Citations Guide for more detailed information on how to cite specific documents from the collection.

Biographical Note

Glenn Ward Dresbach was born in Illinois on September 9, 1889 and was an only child. Glenn graduated from Lanark High School and attended a special three-year program at the University of Wisconsin from 1908-1911, where he served as editor of Wisconsin Magazine and won a national intercollegiate award for poetry. After graduating from college, Glenn joined the accounting career force where he worked with the Panama Railroad in the Canal Zone and Phelps-Dodge Corporation of Tyrone, New Mexico between 1911-1921. In 1917, Glenn joined the army and quickly progressed through the ranks, his promotion to major was approved before World War I ended. In 1921, Glenn married Mary Angela Boyle and started back into the career field of accountancy. In 1943, Mary Angela Boyle passed away and in 1944, Glenn remarried to Beverley Githens. Glenn published eleven books of poetry between 1916-1950 including: Selected Poems (1931) published by Henry Holt and Company, and The Collected Poems, 1914-1948, of Glenn Ward Dresbach (1949) published by Caxton Publishers. His poetry has appeared in more than 200 anthologies, textbooks, magazines, and journals, including Poetry, one of the most prestigious poetry journals in America. Glenn was also received over 100 awards and honors, including the George Sterling Memorial Prize, American Literary Association Prize, Poetry World Prize, Hamlin Garland Prize, and United States Poet Laureate International, and he and Beverley were honored with a gold medal distinguishing them as Outstanding Literary Couple by President Diosdado Macapagal of the Philippines in 1965. A few years later in 1968, Glenn Ward Dresbach passed away and is now buried in the Fayetteville National Cemetery in Washington County.

Scope and Content Note

Correspondence, literary manuscripts, newspapers, magazines, clippings, scrapbooks, advertisements, announcements, certificates, commission, greeting cards, invitations, lists, memoranda, military orders, notes, notices, photographs, programs, remittance advices, reports and other documents; pertaining primarily to the literary career of the internationally celebrated Arkansas poet, but also to his personal, familial, business, social, civic, military and other affairs, and to Beverley Githens Dresbach. Included are the literary manuscripts and the first publication of many prize-winning poems which later appeared in the several volumes of Dresbach's collected works, in numerous anthologies of American and British poetry, and in textbooks of English literature used in college and high school courses throughout the nation.

Correspondents include: Brooks Atkinson, Marjorie Barrows, William Stanley Braithwaite, Van Wyck Brooks, Harvey Chalmers II, Richard Church, Katharine Cornell, Virginius Dabney, Clifton Fadiman, Orval Eugene Faubus, Herbert P. Finger, Edsel Ford, James William Fulbright, Claude Albert Fuller, Ethel Romig Fuller, Lillian Gish, Elizabeth Goudge, Bruce Gould, Louis McHenry Howe, Langston Hughes, Lyndon Baines Johnson, Jacqueline Bouvier Kennedy, Otto Kerner, Max Lerner, Rosa Zagnoni Marinoni, John Masefield, Harriet Monroe, Marianne Moore, Andrew Russell Pearson, Lily Peter, Vance Randolph, Marjorie Kinnan Rawlings, Eleanor Roosevelt, Theodore Roosevelt Jr., Frank Alden Russell, Carl Sandburg, James William Trimble, Mark Van Doren and others.

Places with which material is associated include: Madison, Wisconsin; Panama Canal Zone; Knoxville and Norris, Tennessee; Washington, D.C.; and especially Tyrone, New Mexico; Lanark and Chicago, Illinois; and Eureka Springs, Arkansas.

Related Materials

Records relating to the Glenn Ward Dresbach Papers include:

Beverley Githens Dresbach Papers, MC 134

Glenn Ward Dresbach Modern Poetry Collection Photoduplicates, MS D81m

Arrangement of the Papers

Materials are arranged in ten series:

  1. Series 1. Correspondence (Box 1)
  2. Series 2. Literary (Boxes 2-3)
    1. Subseries A. Manuscripts of Published Books (Items 1-369)
    2. Subseries B. Manuscripts of Individual Poems (Items 370-1130)
  3. Series 3. Periodicals: Poems and Prose of Glenn Ward Dresbach published in periodicals (Boxes 15-19)
  4. Series 4. Clippings: Poems and Prose of Glenn Ward Dresbach published in periodicals (Boxes 4-5)
  5. Series 5. Periodicals: Articles about Glenn Ward Dresbach and his work (Box 5)
  6. Series 6. Clippings: Articles about Glenn Ward Dresbach and his work (Box 6)
    1. Subseries A. Articles About Glenn Ward Dresbach, His Life, and Literary Career (Items 1-66)
    2. Subseries B. Articles Containing Reviews of Glenn Ward Dresbach's Book (Items 67-207)
  7. Series 7. Scrapbooks (Boxes 7-8, 20-21)
  8. Series 8. Awards, Certificates, Honors (Box 9)
  9. Series 9. Miscellaneous (Boxes 10-13)
  10. Series 10. Beverley Githens by Type of Dresbach material document (Box 14)

Subject Terms

The following persons, organizations, or topics are among those represented within the collection materials:

Poetry

Poets, American--Arkansas

    Detailed Description of the Collection

    The following contains a detailed list of the materials in the collection:

    series 1: Correspondence,

    circa 1915-1966

    Arranged chronologically.

    series I Box 1 Folder 1 Item 1

    Correspondence, March 25, 1915 TLS. 1p.

    R.W.(?)___(R. and F. Agent, Panama Rail Road Co., Colon) to Glenn Ward Dresbach (Balboa Heights, C.Z.); testimonial to Glenn Ward Dresbach's faithful and efficient performance duties; enclosed in envelope labeled, Business Records, together with other documents [items Numbers 2-3, 5-6, 23, 32-33, qq.v.]

    series I Box 1 Folder 1 Item 2

    Correspondence, April 13, 1915 TLS. 1p.

    George Washington Goethals (Governor, Canal Zone, Balboa Heights) to whom concerned; service record and recommendation of Glenn Ward Dresbach; with MS notations [enclosed with item Numbers 3, 5-6, 23, 32-33, qq.v.]

    series I Box 1 Folder 1 Item 3

    Correspondence, August 28, 1917 TLS. 1p.

    R.J. Hutchins (Cashier, Phelps Dodge Corporation, Tyrone, New Mexico) to whom it may concern; recommendation of Glenn Ward Dresbach [enclosed with item Numbers 1-2, 5-6, 23, 32-33, qq.v.]

    series I Box 1 Folder 1 Item 4

    Correspondence, January 29, 1918 Tel. 1p.

    McCain (Washington, D.C.) to Commanding officer, Field Medical Supply Depot, (Washington, D.C.); notice of appointment of Sergeant Glenn Ward Dresbach as first Lieutenant, with orders to report Camp Meade.

    series I Box 1 Folder 1 Item 5

    Correspondence, October 8, 1920 TLS. 1p.

    E.M. Sawyer (Manager, Phelps Dodge Corporation, Tyrone, New Mexico) to W.B. Cramer (Acting Support); re terminal vacation for Glenn Ward Dresbach. [enclosed with item Numbers 1-3, 6, 23, 32-33, qq.v.]

    series I Box 1 Folder 1 Item 6

    Correspondence, October 14, 1920 TLS. 1p.

    L.A. Geck (Employment Agent, Phelps Dodge Corporation, Tyrone, New Mexico) to Glenn Ward Dresbach; recommendation. [enclosed with item Numbers 1-3, 5, 23, 32-33, qq.v.]

    series I Box 1 Folder 1 Item 7

    Correspondence, March 3, 1924 ALS. 4p.

    Helen Constance White (Crosby Hall, Cheyne Walk, London) to Glenn Ward Dresbach (Lanark, Illinois?); re his poetry.

    series I Box 1 Folder 1 Item 8

    Correspondence, January 1925 TS/Proc TS. 1p.

    Letter. O.W. Clark (Chief, Adjusted Compensation Divisions, U.S. Veterans Bureau, Washington, D.C.) to Glenn Ward Dresbach (Lanark, Illinois); mimeographed form letter, signed, transmitting adjusted service certificate.

    series I Box 1 Folder 1 Item 9

    Correspondence, January 29, 1927 TLS. 1p.

    A. Joseph Armstrong (Baylor University; Waco, Texas) to Glenn Ward Dresbach (Lanark, Illinois?); publication of Cliff Dwellings and Other Poems and Armstrong's use of it in class.

    series I Box 1 Folder 1 Item 10

    Correspondence, January 29, 1927 TLS. 1p.

    Grace D.B. Geldert (Memphis, Tennessee) to dear friend; complimentary about Cliff Dwellers.

    series I Box 1 Folder 1 Item 11

    Correspondence, February 2, 1927 ALS. 1p.

    Grant Showerman (University of Wisconsin, Madison) to Glenn Ward Dresbach (Lanark, Illinois?); complimentary about Cliff Dwellings...

    series I Box 1 Folder 1 Item 12

    Correspondence, February 4, 1927 TLS. 1p.

    George Washington Geothals (New York, New York) to Glenn Ward Dresbach (Lanark, Illinois); receipt of inscribed copy of Cliff Dwellings...

    series I Box 1 Folder 1 Item 13

    Correspondence, circa 1927 TS/PR. 1p.

    Letter. Jessie Belle Rittenhouse (Kent, Connecticut) to Glenn Ward Dresbach (Lanark, Illinois); printed from letter, signed, requesting permission to use poems in forthcoming anthology, The Third Book of Modern Verse [q.v.]

    series I Box 1 Folder 1 Item 14

    Correspondence, August 16, 1927 TLS. 1p.

    William Stanley Braithwaite (Arlington Heights, Massachusetts) to Glenn Ward Dresbach (Lanark, Illinois?); requesting permission to use poems in forthcoming anthology, 1927 Anthology [q.v.]

    series I Box 1 Folder 1 Item 15

    Correspondence, October 26, 1927 TLS (copy). 1p.

    F.P. Sizer (Monett, Missouri) to Mr. Liveright [of Boni and Liveright, publishers]; recommending publication of Glenn Ward Dresbach's Star Dust and Stone; with MS postscript signed and with Glenn Ward Dresbach's appended MS notation; attaching four documents.

    series I Box 1 Folder 1 Item 16

    Correspondence, undated, circa 1927 TL (copy). 1p.

    Warren Wilmer Brown [to Boni and Liveright?] recommending publication of Glenn Ward Dresbach's Star Dust and Stone; with Glenn Ward Dresbach's appended MS notation; attaching:

    series I Box 1 Folder 1 Item 17

    Correspondence, undated, circa 1927 MS. 1p.

    Memorandum. Glenn Ward Dresbach's listing of all names References; attaching:

    series I Box 1 Folder 1 Item 18

    Correspondence, undated, circa 1927 MS/TS. 1p.

    Advertisement. Typewritten draft of proposed publisher's advertisement for Star Dust and Stone; with MS notation, Front Wrapper;

    series I Box 1 Folder 1 Item 19

    Correspondence, undated, circa 1927 MS/TS. 1p.

    Advertisement. Typewritten draft of proposed publisher's advertisement for Star Dust and Stone; with MS addition at foor and with MS notation, Back Wrapper.

    series I Box 1 Folder 1 Item 20

    Correspondence, undated, circa 1927 ALS. 1p.

    Mildred Wood (Aspinwall, Pennsylvania) to Glenn Ward Dresbach (Lanark, Illinois), complimentary about September Water Color and mentioning purchase of Cliff Dwellings.

    series I Box 1 Folder 1 Item 21

    Correspondence, July 7, 1928 TLS. 1p.

    William Stanley Braithwaite (Arlington Heights, Massachusetts) to Glenn Ward Dresbach (Lanark, Illinois); requesting permission to use five poems in forthcoming anthology, 1928 Anthology and complimenting Glenn Ward Dresbach's poetry in general; with Glenn Ward Dresbach's appended ms. Listing of titles.

    series I Box 1 Folder 1 Item 22

    Correspondence, July 10, 1928 TLS. 1p.

    Daniel Whitehead Hickey (Atlanta, Georgia) to Glenn Ward Dresbach (Lanark, Illinois?); complimentary about Burro Bells.

    series I Box 1 Folder 1 Item 23

    Correspondence, April 3, 1929 TLS. TS. 1p.

    Harris and Ewing (Harris-Ewing Photographic News Service, Washington, D.C.) to Glenn Ward Dresbach (Lanark, Illinois); regarding photographing Glenn Ward Dresbach for gallery of National Notables [enclosed with item Numbers 1-3, 5-6, 32-33, qq.v.]

    series I Box 1 Folder 2 Item 24

    Correspondence, February 17, 1931 TLS (copy). 1p.

    Cramer Percival (Fayetteville, North Carolina) to Glenn Ward Dresbach (c/o Curtis Publishing Company, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania); regarding use of poems in book for school work and requesting biographical information.

    series I Box 1 Folder 2 Item 25

    Correspondence, October 27, 1932 TLS. 1p.

    Mark Lee Luther (Ventura Free Press, Ventura, California) to Glenn Ward Dresbach (Chicago, Illinois); complimentary about Autumn Song and other works; with Glenn Ward Dresbach's initialed ms. Notation in right margin.

    series I Box 1 Folder 2 Item 26

    Correspondence, October 30, 1932 ALS. 1p.

    Lindsey House (Tulsa, Oklahoma) to Glenn Ward Dresbach (Lanark, Illinois); complimentary about Glenn Ward Dresbach's poetry and requesting autograph.

    series I Box 1 Folder 2 Item 27

    Correspondence, March 20, 1933 TLS. 1p.

    Madlyn Dudley Cota (Montpelier, Vermont) to Glenn Ward Dresbach (Lanark, Illinois); enclosing typed copy of The Patio and requesting autograph on it for private collection.j

    series I Box 1 Folder 2 Item 28

    Correspondence, April 13, 1933 TLS. 1p.

    Ozbert Hamilton (Radio Station KGKB, Tyler, Texas) to Glenn Ward Dresbach (Lanark, Illinois?); requesting permission to read poens on radio program; with Glenn Ward Dresbach's ms. notation appended.

    series I Box 1 Folder 2 Item 29

    Correspondence, September 7, 1933 ALS. 1p.

    Van Wyck Brooks (Westport, Connecticut) to Glenn Ward Dresbach (Lanark, Illinois?); requesting permission to use letter addressed to Glenn Ward Dresbach in forthcoming collection of Wm. Gamaliel Bradford's letters; with Glenn Ward Dresbach's ms. notation, upper left corner.

    series I Box 1 Folder 2 Item 30

    Correspondence, December 14, 1933 TLS. 1p.

    Adelaide Love (Kenilworth, Indiana) to Glenn Ward Dresbach (Lanark, Illinois?); expressing happiness over Glenn Ward Dresbach's review of her book.

    series I Box 1 Folder 2 Item 31

    Correspondence, January 17, 1934 TLS. 2L.

    Frank L. Dyer (Ventnor, New Jersey) to Glenn Ward Dresbach (Chicago, Illinois); regarding talking books and requesting Glenn Ward Dresbach's suggestions of suitable books for recording.

    series I Box 1 Folder 2 Item 32

    Correspondence, circa 1934 TS. 1p.

    Memorandum. Service record of Glenn Ward Dresbach [enclosed with item Numbers 1-3, 5-6, 23, 33, qq.v.]

    series I Box 1 Folder 2 Item 33

    Correspondence, April 11, 1934 TLS. TS. 1p.

    C.L. Richey (Director of Employment, Personnel Division, Tennessee Valley Authority, Knoxville, Tennessee) to Glenn Ward Dresbach (Knoxville, Tennessee); notification of appointment. [enclosed with item Numbers 1-3, 5-6, 23, 32, qq.v.]

    series I Box 1 Folder 2 Item 34

    Correspondence, October 23, 1934 TLS. 1p.

    Samuel A. Harper (Midland Authors) (Chicago, Illinois) to Glenn Ward Dresbach (Chicago, Illinois); soliciting membership in Cliff Dwellers.

    series I Box 1 Folder 2 Item 35

    Correspondence, November 3, 1934 TLS. 2L.

    Harry K. Weymer (Philadelphia, Pennsylvania) to Glenn Ward Dresbach (Chicago, Illinois); requesting handwritten copy of poem for graphology study and autograph collection; with typed copy of poem enclosed.

    series I Box 1 Folder 3 Item 36

    Correspondence, January 4, 1935 TLS. 1p.

    Louis McHenry Howe, Secretary to the President (The White House, Washington, D.C.) to Glenn Ward Dresbach (Lanark, Illinois); acknowledging receipt of letter and appreciating gift copy of Selected Poems.

    series I Box 1 Folder 3 Item 37

    Correspondence, January 31, 1935 ALS. 1p.

    Harold C. Bryson (Waco, Texas) to Glenn Ward Dresbach (Lanark, Illinois); requesting information about Glenn Ward Dresbach's life and work for special study as student, Baylor University.

    series I Box 1 Folder 3 Item 38

    Correspondence, May 20, 1935 ALS. 1p.

    Mary J.J. Wrinn (New York, New York) to Glenn Ward Dresbach (Norris, Tennessee); expressing appreciation for permission to use Autumn Crickets in her book, The Hollow Reed, a copy of which is being sent to Glenn Ward Dresbach. [see item Number 40.]

    series I Box 1 Folder 3 Item 39

    Correspondence, May 20, 1935 ALS. 2p.

    Marie Gilchrist (Chardon, Ohio) to Glenn Ward Dresbach (Norris, Tennessee); complimentary about Cliff Dwellings and individual poems.

    series I Box 1 Folder 3 Item 40

    Correspondence, May 23, 1935 TLS. 1p.

    Dorothy B. Shapiro for Harper and Brothers (New York, New York) to Glenn Ward Dresbach (Norris, Tennessee); regarding copy of The Hollow Reed, by Mary J.J. Wrinn [see item Number 38.]

    series I Box 1 Folder 3 Item 41

    Correspondence, September 10, 1935 TLS. 1p.

    George [Steele Seymour?] (Order of Bookfellows, Chicago, Illinois) to Glenn Ward Dresbach (Lanark, Illinois); regarding stone laying at Bookfellows Library and extending hospitality; with ms note appended.

    series I Box 1 Folder 3 Item 42

    Correspondence, October 30, 1935 ALS. 4p.

    Margaret Reynolds (Milwaukee, Wisconsin) to Glenn Ward Dresbach (Lanark, Illinois); requesting autograph in copy of The Wind In The Cedars and expressing pleasure in meeting Glenn Ward Dresbach; with ms note on p.4 dates 4N '35.

    series I Box 1 Folder 3 Item 43

    Correspondence, February 5, 1936 ALS. 1p.

    Mailon Gibbs (San Marcos, Texas) to Glenn Ward Dresbach (Lanark, Illinois); requesting anything for English class scrapbook of Texas authors.

    series I Box 1 Folder 3 Item 44

    Correspondence, March 9, 1936 TLS. 1p.

    Lucile [Pittman] Leach (Verse Craft, Chicago, Illinois) to Glenn Ward Dresbach (Lanark, Illinois); requesting unpublished poem for Chicago Area issue.

    series I Box 1 Folder 3 Item 45

    Correspondence, April 28, 1936 TLS. 1p.

    Carlyle Straub [publisher] (Chicago, Illinois) to Glenn Ward Dresbach (Lanark, Illinois); regarding selection of Mission Bell for inclusion in forthcoming anthology of Muse.

    series I Box 1 Folder 3 Item 46

    Correspondence, May 12, 1936 TLS. 1p.

    Irl [Morse] (Editor, Better Verse, Tigard, Oregon) to Glenn Ward Dresbach (Lanark, Illinois); regarding poems sent and accepted for publication, viz: The Nest, High Pastures, The Wall and Autumn Transit.

    series I Box 1 Folder 3 Item 47

    Correspondence, June 26, 1936 TS. 1p.

    Telegram. Matteson, WLW, WFAI (Chicago, Illinois) to Glenn Ward Dresbach (Lanark, Illinois); requesting permission for broadcast reading of After The Rain on Moon River program, June 30, and on WFAI Slumber Hour, July 1.

    series I Box 1 Folder 3 Item 48

    Correspondence, August 21, 1936 TLS. 1p.

    Carlyle Straub, publisher (Chicago, Illinois) to Glenn Ward Dresbach (Lanark, Illinois); greatfully acknowledging Glenn Ward Dresbach's consent to act on Board of Honorary Editors.

    series I Box 1 Folder 3 Item 49

    Correspondence, October 30, 1936 TLS. 1p.

    Tony Wons (Chicago, Illinois) to Glenn Ward Dresbach (Lanark, Illinois); requesting poem for 1936-37 Tony's Scrap Book.

    series I Box 1 Folder 3 Item 50

    Correspondence, November 6, 1936 TLS. 1p.

    Tony Wons (Kenosha, Wisconsin) to Glenn Ward Dresbach (Lanark, Illinois); regarding Glenn Ward Dresbach's election to membership in Author's Club, London, selection on A Road Song and My Fathers Tilled The Soil for scrapbook; with Glenn Ward Dresbach's ms notation appended.

    series I Box 1 Folder 3 Item 51

    Correspondence, November 12, 1936 ALS. 1p.

    Karl Klun (Hollywood, California) to Glenn Ward Dresbach (Lanark, Illinois); regarding musical adaptation of A Road Song, its presentation to Nelson Eddy and Lawrence Tibbett, and possible public introduction.

    series I Box 1 Folder 4 Item 52

    Correspondence, March 22, 1937 TLS. 1p.

    Elvia Graham Melton, Associate Editor, La Salle News (Niagara Falls, New York) to Glenn Ward Dresbach (Lanark, Illinois); requesting permission to reprint Hawk Over Snow in Leaves of Laurel column with biographical and other pertinent information.

    series I Box 1 Folder 4 Item 53

    Correspondence, March 29, 1937 ALS. 1p.

    Roberto [sic] Claytor (Madisonville, Kentucky) to Glenn Ward Dresbach (Lanark, Illinois); expressing thanks for autographed poems and information for presentation at club meeting; with request for picture.

    series I Box 1 Folder 4 Item 54

    Correspondence, June 17, 1937 ALS. 1p.

    Ruth P. Hughes (Freeport, Illinois) to Glenn Ward Dresbach (Lanark, Illinois); regarding financial and other arrangements pertinent to giving program at club meeting.

    series I Box 1 Folder 4 Item 55

    Correspondence, June 20, 1937 TLS. 1p.

    Irl [Morse] (Better Verse, Florence, Oregon) to Glenn Ward Dresbach (Lanark, Illinois); regarding payment of $1.50, in one-year subscription each, for Pattern of Swallows, Scarecrow in Autumn and Old Orchards.

    series I Box 1 Folder 4 Item 56

    Correspondence, July 20, 1937 TLS. 1p.

    Theodore Roosevelt (Oyster Bay, Long Island, New York) to Glenn Ward Dresbach (c/o Henry Holt and Company, New York); requesting permission to include The Little Ships That Never Sail in The Desk Drawer Anthology being compiled with assistance of sister, Alice Longworth.

    series I Box 1 Folder 4 Item 57

    Correspondence, August 3, 1937 TLS. 1p.

    Edith Cherrington (Pasadena, California) to Glenn Ward Dresbach (Kindness of The Saturday Evening Post); describing proposed compilation of poetry textbook and requesting permission to use The Gourd At The Spring.

    series I Box 1 Folder 4 Item 58

    Correspondence, August 24, 1937 TLS. 1p.

    Theodore Roosevelt (Doubleday, Doran and Company, Garden City, New York) to Glenn Ward Dresbach (Lanark, Illinois); expressing thanks for permission to use The Little Ships That Never Sail in forthcoming The Desk Drawer Anthology.

    series I Box 1 Folder 4 Item 59

    Correspondence, August 25, 1937 TLS. 1p.

    Meta B. Mathes (Youngstown, Ohio) to Glenn Ward Dresbach (Lanark, Illinois); requesting information about life and literary career for program at Pan-Piper Club meeting; with Glenn Ward Dresbach's ms notation appended.

    series I Box 1 Folder 4 Item 60

    Correspondence, August 27, 1937 TLS. 1p.

    Elinor G. Chapler, Associate editor of Horizons (Dexter, Iowa) to Glenn Ward Dresbach (Lanark, Illinois); soliciting poem or poems for publication in future issues.

    series I Box 1 Folder 4 Item 61

    Correspondence, September 1937 TLS. 1p.

    George [Steele Seymour?] (Order of Bookfellows, Chicago, Illinois) to Dear Glennie (Lanark, Illinois); enclosing $25.00 check payment for Lily Reed Zortman prize sonnet, with laudatory comments.

    series I Box 1 Folder 4 Item 62

    Correspondence, September 2, 1937 ALS. 1p.

    Alice Cecilia Cooper (San Francisco, California) to Glenn Ward Dresbach (Lanark, Illinois); requesting permission to use A Fawn's First Snow in Poems of Today. Forthcoming collection of verse for high school students.

    series I Box 1 Folder 4 Item 63

    Correspondence, September 20, 1937 TLS. 1p.

    Edith Cherrington (Pasadena, California) to Glenn Ward Dresbach (Lanark, Illinois); requesting permission to use Harvest Spring for poetry textbook and advising possibility of dividend check.

    series I Box 1 Folder 4 Item 64

    Correspondence, September 29, 1937 ALS. 3p.

    Gertrude Louise Small (Kennebunkport, Maine) to Glenn Ward Dresbach (Lanark, Illinois); complimentary about Explorers and other poems.

    series I Box 1 Folder 4 Item 65

    Correspondence, October 4, 1937 TLS. 1p.

    Lorna Tallent Kidwell (Knoxville, Tennessee) to Glenn Ward Dresbach (Lanark, Illinois); in appreciation for copy of Selected Poems and for critical judgement of poem.

    series I Box 1 Folder 4 Item 66

    Correspondence, October 30, 1937 TLS. 1p.

    Max J. Herzberg; Principal, Weequahic High School, Newark, New Jersey (South Orange, New Jersey) to Glenn Ward Dresbach (Lanark, Illinois); requesting permission to use Just Passing By in a collection being prepared for use in schools.

    series I Box 1 Folder 4 Item 67

    Correspondence, November 3, 1937 TLS. 1p.

    Max J. Herzberg; Principal, Weequahic High School, Newark, New Jersey (South Orange, New Jersey) to Glenn Ward Dresbach (Lanark, Illinois); gratefully acknowledging permission to use poem.

    series I Box 1 Folder 4 Item 68

    Correspondence, November 14, 1937 ALS. 1p.

    Lester Roberts (San Francisco, California) to Glenn Ward Dresbach (Lanark, Illinois); complimentary about The Enchanted Mesa and all poems, with request for autographed photo.

    series I Box 1 Folder 4 Item 69

    Correspondence, December 11, 1937 TLS. 2L.

    Margaret T. Campbell (Los Angeles, California) to Glenn Ward Dresbach (Lanark, Illinois); complimentary about Horses in Christian Science Monitor.

    series I Box 1 Folder 5 Item 70

    Correspondence, January 3, 1938 MS/TLS. 1p.

    John L. Naylor (Kansas City, Missouri) to Glenn Ward Dresbach (Lanark, Illinois); complimentary about Haunted House and Explorers; with Glenn Ward Dresbach's ms notations and short, initialled note to Dear Miss Turner dated 1/8/38 appended.

    series I Box 1 Folder 5 Item 71

    Correspondence, January 29, 1938 TLS. 1p.

    Irl [Morse] (Medford, Oregon) to Glenn Ward Dresbach (Lanark, Illinois); acknowledging receipt of five poems and of permission to name Glenn Ward Dresbach as contributing editor, Pacific Digest.

    series I Box 1 Folder 5 Item 72

    Correspondence, February 2, 1938 ALS. 1p.

    Miss [sic] Leona Ollre (Luling, Texas) to Glenn Ward Dresbach (Lanark, Illinois); requesting autographed picture in connection with American literature study.

    series I Box 1 Folder 5 Item 73

    Correspondence, February 10, 1938 TLS. 1p.

    William Sheppard Sparks (Cumberland, Maryland) to Glenn Ward Dresbach (Lanark, Illinois); complimentary about poems, outspoken about own verse (published Light on the Leaves), and interested in personal meeting.

    series I Box 1 Folder 5 Item 74

    Correspondence, March 29, 1938 TLS. 1p.

    Lillian Logan Kean (Evanston, Illinois) to Glenn Ward Dresbach (Lanark, Illinois); requesting group of poems for publication in forthcoming Book of North American Verse; with Glenn Ward Dresbach's ms list of poems sent 3/20/38 appended.

    series I Box 1 Folder 5 Item 75

    Correspondence, April 1938 TLS. 1p.

    Lillian Logan Kean (Evanston, Illinois) to Glenn Ward Dresbach (Lanark, Illinois); acknowledging receipt of poems which will glorify the Illinois section.

    series I Box 1 Folder 5 Item 76

    Correspondence, April 4, 1938 TLS. 1p.

    Paul Wikstrom (Spokane, Washington) to Glenn Ward Dresbach (Lanark, Illinois); requesting permission to print The Almanac in NATSIHI, annual publication of Associated Students of Whitwork College.

    series I Box 1 Folder 5 Item 77

    Correspondence, April 19, 1938 ALS. 2l.

    Gertie Morgan (Bogata, Texas, Deport, Texas) to Glenn Ward Dresbach (Lanark, Illinois); requesting poem, clipping with poem, or picture, for scrapbook in connection with school work.

    series I Box 1 Folder 5 Item 78

    Correspondence, April 21, 1938 ALS. 1p.

    W.L. [lellyn] Raney, Secretary, Friends of the Library, University of Chicago (Chicago, Illinois) to Glenn Ward Dresbach (Lanark, Illinois); regarding May 24 ceremony dedicating special room for Harriet Monroe collection and indicating Glenn Ward Dresbach's contemporary literary position; attaching: Envelope addressed to Glenn Ward Dresbach with his ms notation appended.

    series I Box 1 Folder 5 Item 79

    Correspondence, May 13, 1938 TLS. 1p.

    Helen Holmes (Milstead, Georgia) to Glenn Ward Dresbach (c/o Pictorial Review and Delineator, New York, New York); complimentary about Wild Strawberries, with request for ms copy.

    series I Box 1 Folder 5 Item 80

    Correspondence, May 13, 1938 TLS. 1p.

    Dean Brooks (Sterling Daily Gazette, Sterling, Illinois) to Glenn Ward Dresbach (Lanark, Illinois); appreciating letter and personal interview, with complimentary comments.

    series I Box 1 Folder 5 Item 81

    Correspondence, May 14, 1938 TLS. 1p.

    Sylvia Gardiner Lufburrow (Plainfield, New Jersey) to Glenn Ward Dresbach (Lanark, Illinois); appreciating permission to reprint from Selected Poems in feature column for New Brunswick Home News, with complimentary comments about poems.

    series I Box 1 Folder 5 Item 82

    Correspondence, May 19, 1938 TLS. 1p.

    Constance Entwistle Hoar (The Ridgewood Herald, Ridgewood, New Jersey) to Glenn Ward Dresbach (Lanark, Illinois); regarding selection of Friends In Spring as Talaria prize poem and its future reprinting in poetry column: Poetry Patterans.

    series I Box 1 Folder 5 Item 83

    Correspondence, May 20, 1938 ALS. 1p.

    Daniel W. O'Kane (Forrestville, Connecticut) to Glenn Ward Dresbach (c/o Saturday Evening Post); complimentary about Downy Things, with request for autograph.

    series I Box 1 Folder 5 Item 84

    Correspondence, May 23, 1938 TLS. 1p.

    Carlyle Straub, publisher (New York, New York) to Glenn Ward Dresbach (Lanark, Illinois); regarding forthcoming Muse anthology in which Glenn Ward Dresbach's poem will appear; attaching: Encloser. Proc MS. 4p. Facsimile of Edgar Allen Poe's The Raven.

    series I Box 1 Folder 5 Item 85

    Correspondence, May 27, 1938 TLS. TS. 1p.

    Carlyle Straub (New York, New York) to Glenn Ward Dresbach (Lanark, Illinois); requesting handwritten copy of poem published in Muse anthology, to be bound, with other manuscripts, by and for New York Public Library; attaching: Enclosure. PR. 2p. Leaf from Muse anthology, pp. 389-399, with Mission Bell on p. 389.

    series I Box 1 Folder 5 Item 86

    Correspondence, June 20, 1938 ALS. 1p.

    Robert Pittman Reid (Rawlins, Wyoming) to Glenn Ward Dresbach (Lanark, Illinois); complimentary about The Wind In The Cedars.

    series I Box 1 Folder 5 Item 87

    Correspondence, July 14, 1938 TLS. 1p.

    George H. White (The Davey Tree Expert Company, Kent, Ohio) to Glenn Ward Dresbach (c/o New York Times, New York, New York); requesting permission to reprint The Tree in The Davey Bulletin.

    series I Box 1 Folder 5 Item 88

    Correspondence, circa 1938 TLS. 1p.

    George G. Kleinmaier (Marion, Ohio) to Glenn Ward Dresbach (c/o Curtis Publishing Company, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania); regarding his wife's literary work and requesting Glenn Ward Dresbach's advice; with Glenn Ward Dresbach's ms. notation Ans. 7/9/38 on verso.

    series I Box 1 Folder 5 Item 89

    Correspondence, August 15, 1938 TLS. 1p.

    G.A. Edgar, Assistant Secretary, Lions International Club Activities (Chicago, Illinois) to Glenn Ward Dresbach (Lanark, Illinois); returning original manuscript of talk Lionism with complimentary comment.

    series I Box 1 Folder 5 Item 90

    Correspondence, September 23, 1938 TLS. 1p.

    Mildred Boie, assistant editor, The Atlantic Monthly (Boston, Massachusetts) to Glenn Ward Dresbach (Lanark, Illinois); regarding publication of The Wedge of Wings in November issue.

    series I Box 1 Folder 5 Item 91

    Correspondence, September 28, 1938 ALS. 1p.

    Margaret Prendergast McLean (New York, New York) to Glenn Ward Dresbach (c/o The New York, New York, New York); complimentary about Wagons.

    series I Box 1 Folder 5 Item 92

    Correspondence, October 27, 1938 TLS. 1p.

    Richard W. Westwood, managing editor, Nature Magazine (Washington, D.C.) to Glenn Ward Dresbach (Lanark, Illinois); regretting inability to publish poems and stating reason.

    series I Box 1 Folder 5 Item 93

    Correspondence, November 9, 1938 TLS. 1p.

    Marion H. Turner (Saturday Evening Post, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania) to Glenn Ward Dresbach (Lanark, Illinois); apparently in reply to request for explanation regarding poems.

    series I Box 1 Folder 5 Item 94

    Correspondence, November 16, 1938 TLS. 1p.

    Evelyn Cavileer, editorial assistant, General Board of Christian Education, Methodist Episcopal Church, South (Nashville, Tennessee) to Glenn Ward Dresbach (Lanark, Illinois); regarding The First Snowfall in Church School Magazine.

    series I Box 1 Folder 5 Item 95

    Correspondence, November 19, 1938 TLS. 1p.

    Irl Morse, editor-in-chief, Thought (Portland, Oregon) to Glenn Ward Dresbach (Lanark, Illinois); regarding receipt and publishing of The Shield, In The Night, and Deeper In The Interior.

    series I Box 1 Folder 5 Item 96

    Correspondence, November 21, 1938 PR.

    Ariel Publishing Company (Fort Worth, Texas) to Glenn Ward Dresbach (Lanark, Illinois); announcing compilation of Poets Of The Southwest and inviting contribution of five poems; with Glenn Ward Dresbach's ms notation, on recto, listing titles of poems sent 11/23/38.

    series I Box 1 Folder 5 Item 97

    Correspondence, November 22, 1938 TLS. 1p.

    Ted Malone [i.e. Frank Alden Russell] (Pictorial Review, New York, New York) to Glenn Ward Dresbach (Lanark, Illinois); explaining return of poems; with Glenn Ward Dresbach's appended ms. notation.

    series I Box 1 Folder 5 Item 98

    Correspondence, December 11, 1938 TLS. 1p.

    B.Y. Williams (Cincinnati, Ohio) to Glenn Ward Dresbach (Lanark, Illinois); complimentary about poetry.

    series I Box 1 Folder 5 Item 99

    Correspondence, December 13, 1938 ALS. 3p.

    Joyce J. Edwards (Hollywood, Florida) to Glenn Ward Dresbach (Lanark, Illinois); complimentary about Loneliness [sic] published in Christian Science Monitor.

    series I Box 1 Folder 5 Item 100

    Correspondence, December 27, 1938 TLS. 1p.

    Joyce J. Edwards (Hollywood, Florida) to Glenn Ward Dresbach (Lanark, Illinois); complimentary about Loneliness, Bittersweet In A Flower Shop and letter.

    series I Box 1 Folder 6 Item 101

    Correspondence, January 19, 1939 TLS. 1p.

    Maurice Hudson Thatcher (Washington, D.C.) to Glenn Ward Dresbach (Lanark, Illinois); acknowledging letter, regarding personal matters, mentioning Ode On Completion Of The Panama Canal, and requesting advice; with appended ms notation identifying addressor.

    series I Box 1 Folder 6 Item 102

    Correspondence, January 23, 1939 TLS. 1p.

    Herbert P. Finger (Jackson, Michigan) to Glenn Ward Dresbach (c/o P.L. Turner Company, Dallas, Texas); recalling former meeting meeting and requesting autograph in personal copies of Star-Dust and Stone, In Colors Of The West and Cliff Dwellers [sic]

    series I Box 1 Folder 6 Item 103

    Correspondence, April 11, 1939 TLS. 1p.

    Louella D. Everett (Boston, Massachusetts) to Glenn Ward Dresbach (Lanark, Illinois); requesting permission to use Old Barn in anthology being compiled for Blue Ribbon Books and promising copy when published.

    series I Box 1 Folder 6 Item 104

    Correspondence, April 12, 1939 TLS. 1p.

    Marian Held, Social Welfare Department, New York Association for the Blind (New York, New York) to Glenn Ward Dresbach (Lanark, Illinois); requesting permission to reprint A Summer Memory in Searchlight Magazine, published in braille for young readers.

    series I Box 1 Folder 6 Item 105

    Correspondence, May 11, 1939 TLS. 1p.

    William H. Archer (Pasadena, California) to Glenn Ward Dresbach (c/o American Mercury, New York, New York); complimentary about Cockatoos and Spring Comes To Desert Mountains; with Glenn Ward Dresbach's appended ms notation.

    series I Box 1 Folder 6 Item 106

    Correspondence, May 11, 1939 TLS. 1p.

    Margaret T. Campbell (Los Angeles, California) to Glenn Ward Dresbach (Lanark, Illinois); complimentary about House For The Wrens and The Cave.

    series I Box 1 Folder 6 Item 107

    Correspondence, May 1939 TLS. 1p.

    Anita Browne, Director, National Poetry Center (New York, New York) to Glenn Ward Dresbach (Lanark, Illinois); requesting manuscript poem for Manuscript Brochure to be displayed as part of exhibit, New York World's Fair; attaching:

    series I Box 1 Folder 6 Item 108

    Correspondence, undated, circa 1939 PR.

    Invitation. Glenn Ward Dresbach invited to be a guest of honor, National Poetry Day, May 26, 1939, at New York World's Fair.

    series I Box 1 Folder 6 Item 109

    Correspondence, June 16, 1939 TLS. 1p.

    Welford D. Clark, Hall and McCreary Company, publishers (Chicago, Illinois) to Glenn Ward Dresbach (Lanark, Illinois); regarding copyright status of September Watercolor preparatory to musical setting by McKay. [see series 9.]

    series I Box 1 Folder 6 Item 110

    Correspondence, July 12, 1939 ANS. 1p.

    Walter R. Borman [place?] to Glenn Ward Dresbach (Lanark, Illinois); complimentary about The Glass Cane, clipping of which is stapled to note, with ms. Notation: McCalls. July 1939.

    series I Box 1 Folder 6 Item 111

    Correspondence, August 17, 1939 APS.

    Tom Boggs (New York, New York) to Glenn Ward Dresbach (Lanark, Illinois); regarding revision of poem, with Glenn Ward Dresbach's appended ms notation: Re Honey in the Wall for Anthology of Lyrics.

    series I Box 1 Folder 6 Item 112

    Correspondence, October 3, 1939 TLS. 1p.

    Charles A. Weissart (The Gazette, Kalamazoo, Michigan) to Glenn Ward Dresbach (Lanark, Illinois); apologetic about newspaper account Bookfellows' meeting and complimentary about poems.

    series I Box 1 Folder 6 Item 113

    Correspondence, October 21, 1939 TLS. 1p.

    Thomas Lyndsey Doyle, Minister, First Methodist Church (Lanark, Illinois) to Glenn Ward Dresbach (Lanark, Illinois); complimentary about Old Settlers' Day address, Glenn Ward Dresbach's literary ability, and his character.

    series I Box 1 Folder 6 Item 114

    Correspondence, October 24, 1939 TLS. 1p.

    Herbert P. Finger (Kalamazoo, Michigan) to Glenn Ward Dresbach (Lanark, Illinois); complimentary about Black Orchids.

    series I Box 1 Folder 6 Item 115

    Correspondence, November 6, 1939 TLS. 1p.

    Ginn and Company, E.C.D. [sic] (Boston, Massachusetts) to Glenn Ward Dresbach (Lanark, Illinois); advising shipment, at request of Miss Alice C. Cooper, of her Poems Of Today, enl. ed., in which A Fawn's First Snow and Burro Bells In The Moonlight appear by permission.

    series I Box 1 Folder 6 Item 116

    Correspondence, November 8, 1939 TLS. 1p.

    Sylvia Gardiner Lufburrow (Plainfield, New Jersey) to Glenn Ward Dresbach (Lanark, Illinois); requesting permission to reprint material from Selected Poems in a forthcoming syndicated column, with complimentary comments about poetry and generosity.

    series I Box 1 Folder 6 Item 117

    Correspondence, November 12, 1939 TLS. 1p.

    Herbert P. Finger (Jackson, Michigan) to Glenn Ward Dresbach (Lanark, Illinois); regarding autograph on ms copy of Black Orchids.

    series I Box 1 Folder 6 Item 118

    Correspondence, November 17, 1939 TLS. 1p.

    Charles Sughroe, editor, Stockton Herald-News (Stockton, Illinois) to Glenn Ward Dresbach (Lanark, Illinois); regarding newspaper article about Glenn Ward Dresbach.

    series I Box 1 Folder 6 Item 119

    Correspondence, November 22, 1939 TLS. 1p.

    Jean Rasey (Pasadena, California) to Glenn Ward Dresbach (Lanark, Illinois); announcing title change of California Verse, column in Pasadena Star News, to Poem A Day, with editorial details including price paid per poem, and soliciting contributions.

    series I Box 1 Folder 6 Item 120

    Correspondence, circa 1939 TN.

    Jean Rasey [?] (Poem A Day, Pasadena, California) to Glenn Ward Dresbach (Lanark, Illinois); forwarding $1.00 check with proof-copy of A Meek Man and listing five other poems being held; with Glenn Ward Dresbach's appended ms. notation; attaching: Enclosure. Proc PR. 1p. Proof-copy of A Meek Man, with Glenn Ward Dresbach's ms notation appended.

    series I Box 1 Folder 6 Item 121

    Correspondence, December 11, 1939 TLS. 1p.

    J.E. Dresbach (Silverton, Colorado) to Glenn Ward Dresbach (c/o Saturday Evening Post, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania); complimentary about poetry and inquiring about ancestry.

    series I Box 1 Folder 6 Item 122

    Correspondence, December 11, 1939 TLS. 1p.

    Marian Held, Social Welfare Department, New York Association for the Blind (New York, New York) to Glenn Ward Dresbach (Lanark, Illinois); requesting permission to reprint Woodland Springs in Searchlight Magazine, published in braille for young readers.

    series I Box 1 Folder 6 Item 123

    Correspondence, January 3, 1940 TLS. 1p.

    Mary Lou Kee (Waco, Texas) to Glenn Ward Dresbach (Lanark, Illinois); requesting information about Glenn Ward Dresbach's life or work for use as graduate student, Baylor University.

    series I Box 1 Folder 6 Item 124

    Correspondence, January 9, 1940 TLS. 1p.

    Alice E. Chatfield (Chestnut Hill, Massachusetts) to Glenn Ward Dresbach (Lanark, Illinois); complimentary about poem in Christian Science Monitor, January 5 and about March Grass.

    series I Box 1 Folder 6 Item 125

    Correspondence, January 18, 1940 TLS. 1p.

    Margaret Williamson, editor, Home Forum (Christian Science Monitor, Boston, Massachusetts) to Glenn Ward Dresbach (Lanark, Illinois); regarding Miss Chatfield's letter [q.v.]

    series I Box 1 Folder 6 Item 126

    Correspondence, circa 1940 AN. 1p.

    Eugene Lyons, editor (American Mercury, New York, New York) to Glenn Ward Dresbach (Lanark, Illinois); memo accepting On Being Asked What Will Happen to Poetry In the Next Ten Years; with Glenn Ward Dresbach's ms notation on verso.

    series I Box 1 Folder 6 Item 127

    Correspondence, March 20, 1940 TLS. 1p.

    Bruce Gould, editor (Ladies' Home Journal, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania) to Glenn Ward Dresbach (Lanark, Illinois); accepting My Christmas Tree at $22.00.

    series I Box 1 Folder 6 Item 128

    Correspondence, May 28, 1940 TLI (copy) 1p.

    Glenn Ward Dresbach (Lanark, Illinois) to Adjutant General, United States Army (Washington, D.C.); presenting qualifications and availability for active duty.

    series I Box 1 Folder 6 Item 129

    Correspondence, June 7, 1940 TLS. 1p.

    Charles David Abbott, Director of Libraries (University of Buffalo, Buffalo, New York) to Glenn Ward Dresbach (Lanark, Illinois); soliciting gift of manuscripts to Lockwood Memorial Library.

    series I Box 1 Folder 6 Item 130

    Correspondence, June 12, 1940 TS/PR. 1p.

    Letter. Emory S. Adams, Adjutant General, War Department (Washington, D.C.) to Glenn Ward Dresbach (Lanark, Illinois); form letter, signed, acknowledging communication [see Number 128.]

    series I Box 1 Folder 6 Item 131

    Correspondence, August 2, 1940 MS/PR.

    Postcard. E.M. Greenup (Elizabeth, Illinois) To the parents of Mr. Glenn Ward Dresbach (Lanark, Illinois); newspaper clipping affixed to postcard, with appended ms. notation.

    series I Box 1 Folder 6 Item 132

    Correspondence, September 25, 1940 TLS. 1p.

    Bruce Gould, editor (Ladies' Home Journal, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania) to Glenn Ward Dresbach (Lanark, Illinois); accepting The Haven and On Building A Wood Fire, and enclosing $28.00 check; with Glenn Ward Dresbach's interlinear and verso ms. notations.

    series I Box 1 Folder 7 Item 133

    Correspondence, December 14, 1941 TLS (copy) 1p.

    Glenn Ward Dresbach (Eureka Springs, Arkansas) to Stephen Early, Secretary to the President (The White House, Washington, D.C.); presenting qualifications and availability for service.

    series I Box 1 Folder 7 Item 134

    Correspondence, January 26, 1942 TS/ProcPR. 1p.

    Letter. Emory S. Adams, Adjutant General, War Department (Washington, D.C.) to Glenn Ward Dresbach (Eureka Springs, Arkansas); form letter, signed acknowledging communication and enclosing questionnaire; with Glenn Ward Dresbach's appended ms notation.

    series I Box 1 Folder 7 Item 135

    Correspondence, January 29, 1942 TLS. 1p.

    Charles E. Willis, Personnel Officer (Office for Emergency Management, Washington, D.C.) to Glenn Ward Dresbach (Eureka Springs, Arkansas); regarding letter to Stephen Early [Number 133, q.v.]

    series I Box 1 Folder 7 Item 136

    Correspondence, April 15, 1942 TS/ProcPR. 1p.

    James A. Ulio, Adjutant General, War Department (Washington, D.C.) to Glenn Ward Dresbach (Eureka Springs, Arkansas); form letter, signed, giving detailed report about submitted questionnaire.

    series I Box 1 Folder 7 Item 137

    Correspondence, May 14, 1942 TS/ProcPR. 2p.

    James A. Ulio, Adjutant General, War Department (Washington, D.C.) to Glenn Ward Dresbach (Eureka Springs, Arkansas); form letter, signed, pertaining to revised application questionnaire.

    series I Box 1 Folder 7 Item 138

    Correspondence, June 2, 1942 TS/PR.

    Postcard. James A. Ulio, Adjutant General, War Department (Washington, D.C.) to Glenn Ward Dresbach (Eureka Springs, Arkansas); form postcard acknowledging receipt of questionnaire.

    series I Box 1 Folder 7 Item 139

    Correspondence, February 14, 1943 TL (copy). 1p.

    Glenn Ward Dresbach (Eureka Springs, Arkansas) to Paul Vories McNutt, Chairman, War Manpower Commission (Washington, D.C.); presenting qualifications, experience, and availability for service in any capacity.

    series I Box 1 Folder 7 Item 140

    Correspondence, March 9, 1943 TS/ProcPR. 1p.

    Letter. Leonard Carmichael, Director, National Roster, War Manpower Commission (Washington, D.C.) to Glenn Ward Dresbach (Eureka Springs, Arkansas); form letter, signed, regarding letter to Paul V. McNutt [Number 139, q.v.] and enclosing questionnaire; attaching: Enclosure. PR. 1p. Instructions for filling out questionnaire.

    series I Box 1 Folder 7 Item 141

    Correspondence, April 27, 1944 APS.

    Lynn Hamilton (Pomona, California) to Glenn Ward Dresbach (Lanark, Illinois); acknowledging receipt of poem for an anthology.

    series I Box 1 Folder 7 Item 142

    Correspondence, August 11, 1944 TLS. 1p.

    Margaret Cousins, Associate Editor (Good Housekeeping, New York, New York) to Glenn Ward Dresbach (Eureka Springs, Arkansas); accepting Name Plate For Our House for publication; with Glenn Ward Dresbach's ms. notation on verso.

    series I Box 1 Folder 7 Item 143

    Correspondence, January 20, 1945 ALS. 1p.

    Francis L. Montgomery (Tappan, New York) to Mr. Hutchison [New York Times?]; regarding publication of Glenn Ward Dresbach's Shadows of Moonlight on Editorial page, New York Times, January 20, 1945; with Glenn Ward Dresbach's appended ms. notation.

    series I Box 1 Folder 7 Item 144

    Correspondence, May 22, 1945 TLS. 1p.

    Emily Schlossberger, editor (University of Nebraska Press, Lincoln, Nebraska) to Glenn Ward Dresbach (c/o Poetry magazine, Chicago, Illinois); requesting permission to reprint The Last Corn Shock in forthcoming anthology Mid-Country: The Best Writing From The Heart Of America.

    series I Box 1 Folder 7 Item 145

    Correspondence, August 13, 1945 ALS. 1p.

    Goldie Avery Polachel [?] (McMinnville, Oregon) to Mrs. Fuller [Ethel Romig Fuller, editor poetry column, Portland, Oregonian]; complimentary about Glenn Ward Dresbach's poems, with Ethel Fuller's ms notation appended.

    series I Box 1 Folder 7 Item 146

    Correspondence, October 24, 1945 TLS. 1p.

    Ruth D. Ferguson (Editorial Department, Brazilian-American, Rio de Janeiro, Brasil) to Glenn Ward Dresbach (Eureka Springs, Arkansas); accepting Beach Comber with payment of $3.00 and returning other poems.

    series I Box 1 Folder 7 Item 147

    Correspondence, December 4, 1945 TLS. 1p.

    E.V. Griffith (Camp Beale, California) to Glenn Ward Dresbach (Eureka Springs, Arkansas); requesting permission to reprint Heat Lightning and Late From The Field in anthology being prepared for students.

    series I Box 1 Folder 7 Item 148

    Correspondence, July 22, 1946 TLS. 1p.

    Hyacinth Blocker, O.F.M. (Saint Anthony Messenger, Cincinnati, Ohio) to Glenn Ward Dresbach (Eureka Springs, Arkansas); regarding change in editor-ship, Saint Anthony's Messenger; attaching: Envelope with Glenn Ward Dresbach's appended ms notation.

    series I Box 1 Folder 7 Item 149

    Correspondence, August 22, 1946 TLS. 1p.

    Marjorie Barrows (Chicago, Illinois) to Glenn Ward Dresbach (Eureka Springs, Arkansas); appreciating permission to use I've Always Said I Would Go and The Little Spring Flows Clear Again in forthcoming anthology.

    series I Box 1 Folder 7 Item 150

    Correspondence, October 12, 1946 ALS. 1p.

    William Martin Williamson (Towson, Maryland) to Glenn Ward Dresbach (Eureka Springs, Arkansas); regarding published anthology, The Eternal Sea, in which The Old Sailor is included.

    series I Box 1 Folder 7 Item 151

    Correspondence, November 13, 1946 TLS. 1p.

    William Martin Williamson (Towson, Maryland) to Glenn Ward Dresbach (Eureka Springs, Arkansas); regarding The Eternal Sea, The Old Sailor and forthcoming publication of Glenn Ward Dresbach's Collected Poems, 1914-1947 [sic]

    series I Box 1 Folder 7 Item 152

    Correspondence, April 24, 1947 TLS. 1p.

    Marjorie Barrows (Chicago, Illinois) to Glenn Ward Dresbach (Eureka Springs, Arkansas); regarding use of Glenn Ward Dresbach's poem in One Thousand Beautiful Things.

    series I Box 1 Folder 7 Item 153

    Correspondence, May 21, 1947 ALS. 2l.

    Dorothy Nash [place?] to Glenn Ward Dresbach (Eureka Springs, Arkansas); complimentary about books, with personal notes.

    series I Box 1 Folder 7 Item 154

    Correspondence, June 6, 1947 ALS. 1p.

    Olive Hering Nelson (Little Rock, Arkansas) to Glenn Ward Dresbach and Beverley Githens Dresbach (Eureka Springs, Arkansas); expressing appreciation for judging poetry for conference.

    series I Box 1 Folder 7 Item 155

    Correspondence, July 28, 1947 TLS. 3p.

    Sterling Sherwin (Mills Valley, California) to Glenn Ward Dresbach (Lanark, Illinois); regarding musical setting for The Last Cowboy, with printed advertisements on pp. 2 and 3.

    series I Box 1 Folder 7 Item 156

    Correspondence, August 7, 1947 TLS. 1p.

    Rosa Zagnoni Marinoni (Fayetteville, Arkansas) to Glenn Ward Dresbach (Eureka Springs, Arkansas); requesting information about collected works and expressing admiration.

    series I Box 1 Folder 7 Item 157

    Correspondence, August 11, 1947 TLS. 1p.

    Sterling Sherwin (Mills Valley, California) to Glenn Ward Dresbach (Eureka Springs, Arkansas); regarding musical setting for The Last Cowboy.

    series I Box 1 Folder 7 Item 158

    Correspondence, August 24, 1947 ALS. 1p.

    Ernest F. Manfred (New York, New York) to Glenn Ward Dresbach (Eureka Springs, Arkansas); requesting autograph.

    series I Box 1 Folder 7 Item 159

    Correspondence, August 27, 1947 TLS. 1p.

    Marjorie Barrows (Chicago, Illinois) to Glenn Ward Dresbach (Eureka Springs, Arkansas); requesting permission to use Just Passing By in anthology being compiled.

    series I Box 1 Folder 8 Item 160

    Correspondence, January 28, 1948 ALS. 2p.

    Marie Erwin Ward (Poets' Roundtable of Arkansas, Little Rock, Arkansas) to Glenn Ward Dresbach (Eureka Springs, Arkansas); regretting Glenn Ward Dresbach's inability to be at annual luncheon and appreciating criticism and encouragement of poetic efforts.

    series I Box 1 Folder 8 Item 161

    Correspondence, March 12, 1948 PR/ProcPR. 6l.

    Dorothy Bell Briggs, Historian (Society of Midland Authors, Chicago, Illinois) to Dear Midland Authors; from letter regarding matters of interest to members and mentioning Glenn Ward Dresbach's Collected Poems (1914-1948); attaching: Envelope addressed to Glenn Ward Dresbach (Eureka Springs, Arkansas)

    series I Box 1 Folder 8 Item 162

    Correspondence, March 12, 1948 TLS. 2L.

    Rosa Zagnoni Marinoni (Fayetteville, Arkansas) to Glenn Ward Dresbach (Eureka Springs, Arkansas); complimentary about The Gnawing Mouse and inviting Glenn Ward Dresbach to give poetry reading at University-City Poetry Club meeting.

    series I Box 1 Folder 8 Item 163

    Correspondence, March 16, 1948 ALS. 1p.

    Perry Mason (Bois D'Arc, Missouri) to Glenn Ward Dresbach (Eureka Springs, Arkansas); regarding Glenn Ward Dresbach's forthcoming book, but mainly soliciting information about publishing own work.

    series I Box 1 Folder 8 Item 164

    Correspondence, March 24, 1948 ALS. 1p.

    George LeFebre (Iron Mountain, Michigan) to Glenn Ward Dresbach (Eureka Springs, Arkansas); requesting information about Collected Poems (1914-1948), with mention of ALS from Glenn Ward Dresbach.

    series I Box 1 Folder 8 Item 165

    Correspondence, April 6, 1948 TLS. 1p.

    John Edmund Brewton (Nashville, Tennessee); to Glenn Ward Dresbach (Eureka Springs, Arkansas); requesting permission to use The Magic Lariat in forthcoming anthology Bridled With Rainbows; with interlinear ms. notation.

    series I Box 1 Folder 8 Item 166

    Correspondence, April 12, 1948 TLS. 1p.

    Ken McCutchan (WIKY radio station, Evansville, Indiana) to Glenn Ward Dresbach (Lanark, Illinois); regarding use of poems on radio program, Poems To Live With.

    series I Box 1 Folder 8 Item 167

    Correspondence, April 28, 1948 TLS. 1p.

    Ken McCutchan (WIKY, Evansville, Indiana) to Glenn Ward Dresbach (Eureka Springs, Arkansas); acknowledging poems and permission to use on program [Number 166, q.v.]

    series I Box 1 Folder 8 Item 168

    Correspondence, June 10, 1948 TLS. 1p.

    Samuel A. Harper (Cocoa, Florida) to Glenn Ward Dresbach (c/o Bookfellows, Chicago, Illinois); regarding Flora Warren Seymour and the Bookfellow Foundation.

    series I Box 1 Folder 8 Item 169

    Correspondence, June 20, 1949 ALS. 5l.

    Frances Schaar, M.D. (Minneapolis, Minnesota) to Glenn Ward Dresbach (Eureka Springs, Arkansas); complimentary about Selected Poems, with mention of particular poems.

    series I Box 1 Folder 8 Item 170

    Correspondence, November 10, 1951 ALS. 3p. (folder)

    Marie Hayungs (Ahrensbury bei Hamburg, Germany) to Glenn Ward Dresbach (Eureka Springs, Arkansas); complimentary book (Collected Poems?) and poetic imagery.

    series I Box 1 Folder 8 Item 171

    Correspondence, January 8, 1953 APS.

    Sister M. Serena, O.P. (Rosary College Bookstore, River Forest, Illinois) to Glenn Ward Dresbach (Eureka Springs, Arkansas); ordering copy of Collected Poems, 1914-1948.

    series I Box 1 Folder 8 Item 172

    Correspondence, February 2, 1953 ALS. 1p.

    Bryce A. Moncrieff (Bearsden, England) to Glenn Ward Dresbach (Eureka Springs, Arkansas); complimentary about Collected Poems; attaching: Enclosure. Picture. 6 x 7 inches. Colored sketch of Glenn Ward Dresbach from jacket of Collected Poems, with Bryce A. Moncrieff's signed ms poem on verso.

    series I Box 1 Folder 8 Item 173

    Correspondence, March 2, 1959 TLS. 1p.

    Stanley K. Hornbeck (Washington, D.C.) to Glenn Ward Dresbach (Eureka Springs, Arkansas); pertaining to personal matters.

    series I Box 1 Folder 8 Item 174

    Correspondence, October 6, 1959 ALS (photocopy). 1p.

    Glenn Ward Dresbach (Eureka Springs, Arkansas) to Dear Frank [Frank DeSales Smith?]; appreciating professional help and personal kindness; attaching: Enclosure. Poem. MS (photocopy). 15 lines. An Appreciation of Dr. F. DeSales Smith, Chiropractor.... (Here, the alert, trained mind...)

    series I Box 1 Folder 8 Item 175

    Correspondence, May 29, 1960 TLS. 1p.

    Edsel Ford (Rogers, Arkansas) to Glenn Ward Dresbach (Eureka Springs, Arkansas); expressing elation over receiving copy of Cliff Dwellings and Other Poems from W. J. Lemke.

    series I Box 1 Folder 8 Item 176

    Correspondence, November 29, 1961 TLS. 1p.

    Edsel Ford (Fort Smith, Arkansas) to Glenn Ward Dresbach (Eureka Springs, Arkansas); pertaining to personal relationship.

    series I Box 1 Folder 8 Item 177

    Correspondence, August 23, 1962 MS/PR.

    Postcard. Rosa Zagnoni Marinoni (Fayetteville, Arkansas) to Glenn Ward Dresbach (Eureka Springs, Arkansas); periodical clipping of High Apple affixed to postcard, with appended ms. notations.

    series I Box 1 Folder 8 Item 178

    Correspondence, circa 1963 ALS. 2p.

    Elizabeth Goudge (Nr. Henley on Thames, England) to Glenn Ward Dresbach (Eureka Springs, Arkansas); requesting permission to use Through The Blowing Leaves and Ship's Bell in forthcoming anthology: A Book of Comfort.

    series I Box 1 Folder 8 Item 179

    Correspondence, circa 1963 ALS. 1p.

    Richard Church (Kent, England) to Glenn Ward Dresbach and Beverley Githens Ward (Eureka Springs, Arkansas); announcing public celebration of his 70th birthday, March 26, 1963; with photo affixed.

    series I Box 1 Folder 8 Item 180

    Correspondence, circa 1963 ALS. 3l.

    Harry B. Abell (Utica, New York) to Glenn Ward Dresbach (Eureka Springs, Arkansas); regarding article in New Herald Tribune, September 8, reminiscing about army days and mentioning poem about Katherine Claire the nurse.

    series I Box 1 Folder 8 Item 181

    Correspondence, September 23, 1963 ALS. 2p.

    Patrick S. Canning (Saint Paul's Rectory, Edgewood, Rhode Island) to Glenn Ward Dresbach (Eureka Springs, Arkansas); complimentary about poetic ideas and Little Ships That Never Sail.

    series I Box 1 Folder 8 Item 182

    Correspondence, September 23, 1963 TLS. 2p.

    Minnie Hite Moody (Granville, Ohio) to Glenn Ward Dresbach (Eureka Springs, Arkansas); regarding UPI article and Glenn Ward Dresbach's ideas, but mainly personal matters.

    series I Box 1 Folder 8 Item 183

    Correspondence, September 30, 1963 ALS. 2l.

    Patrick S. Canning (Saint Paul's Rectory, Edgewood, Rhode Island) to Glenn Ward Dresbach and Beverley Githens Dresbach (Eureka Springs, Arkansas)' pertaining to personal matters, mentioning A Lonely Field and The Last Corn Shock, with promise to send clipping, from Providence Journal, about Glenn Ward Dresbach.

    series I Box 1 Folder 8 Item 184

    Correspondence, October 14, 1963 TLS. 1p.

    Edsel [Ford] (Fort Smith, Arkansas?) to Glenn Ward Dresbach and Beverley Githens Dresbach (Eureka Springs, Arkansas); regarding Arkansas Poetry Day, 1963 and mentioning poems read during narrative of Glenn Ward Dresbach's career.

    series I Box 1 Folder 8 Item 185

    Correspondence, October 19, 1963 TLS. 1p.

    Nanina Alba (Tuskegee, Alabama) to Glenn Ward Dresbach (Eureka Springs, Arkansas); regarding article in Atlanta Journal, September 8, personal aspirations and background.

    series I Box 1 Folder 8 Item 186

    Correspondence, October 30, 1963 TLS. 2p.

    Edsel [Ford] (Rogers, Arkansas?) to Glenn Ward Dresbach and Beverley Githens Dresbach (Eureka Springs, Arkansas); regarding talk at Library Association meeting in Little Rock, Arkansas, which included reading of Where Will The New Poets Come From, and encompassing other matters.

    series I Box 1 Folder 8 Item 187

    Correspondence, December 11, 1963 MS/PR.

    Greeting card. Illustration. Harvey [Chalmers II] (Amsterdam, New York) to Glenn Ward Dresbach (Eureka Springs, Arkansas); extolling the virtues of Glenn Ward Dresbach and his poetry.

    series I Box 1 Folder 9 Item 188

    Correspondence, May 13, 1964 TLS. 1p.

    Clinton Albert Pierce, Brigadier General, United States of America retired (Eureka Springs, Arkansas); to Glenn Ward Dresbach (Eureka Springs, Arkansas); regarding Collected Poems, 1914-1948, [o.p.], literary career, and personal matters.

    series I Box 1 Folder 9 Item 189

    Correspondence, June 17, 1964 TLS. 1p.

    Orval Eugene Faubus, Governor (Little Rock, Arkansas) to Glenn Ward Dresbach (Eureka Springs, Arkansas); extending congratulations on approaching 75th birthday and on literary achievements, with consequent glory to Arkansas.

    series I Box 1 Folder 9 Item 190

    Correspondence, July 13, 1964 ALS. 1p.

    Michael A. Ritchie (Northumberland, England) to Glenn Ward Dresbach (Eureka Springs, Arkansas); extending congratulations on approaching 75th birthday and on poetic contributions.

    series I Box 1 Folder 9 Item 191

    Correspondence, July 28, 1964 ALS. 2p.

    Harvey Chalmers 2nd (Amsterdam, New York) to Glenn Ward Dresbach (Eureka Springs, Arkansas); congratulatory about approaching 75th birthday, courageous life, and literary achievements.

    series I Box 1 Folder 9 Item 192

    Correspondence, August 1964 ALS. 3p.

    Martha Jonsson [?] (F...mannskamp, Federal Representative Germany) to Glenn Ward Dresbach (Eureka Springs, Arkansas); regarding approaching 75th birthday and personal matters; attaching: Envelope flap with ms. address.

    series I Box 1 Folder 9 Item 193

    Correspondence, August 5, 1964 TLS. 1p.

    Aloysius Michael Sullivan (New York, New York) to Edsel Ford (Fort Smith, Arkansas); regarding Glenn Ward Dresbach's approaching 75th birthday and Glenn Ward Dresbach's contribution to American poetry.

    series I Box 1 Folder 9 Item 194

    Correspondence, August 10, 1964 ALS. 1p.

    Lucia Trent, Founder, National Poetry Day (Austin, Texas) to Glenn Ward Dresbach (Eureka Springs, Arkansas); congratulatory about approaching 75th birthday and literary achievements.

    series I Box 1 Folder 9 Item 195

    Correspondence, August 13, 1964 ALS. 1p.

    Mark Van Doren (Falls Village, Connecticut) to Glenn Ward Dresbach (Eureka Springs, Arkansas); congratulatory about approaching 75th birthday and a life well lived with poetry.

    series I Box 1 Folder 9 Item 196

    Correspondence, August 18, 1964 TLS. 1p.

    Helen Constance White (Madison, Wisconsin); congratulatory about approaching 75th birthday and literary achievements.

    series I Box 1 Folder 9 Item 197

    Correspondence, August 18, 1964 MS/TLS. 1p.

    Aloysius Michael Sullivan (New York, New York) to Glenn Ward Dresbach (Eureka Springs, Arkansas); complimentary about poetry and advising birthday present being sent; with ms. postscript.

    series I Box 1 Folder 9 Item 198

    Correspondence, August 29, 1964 TLS. 1p.

    Thomas Stuart Cleworth, English instructor (Savanna Community High School, Savanna, Illinois) to the Honorable Otto Kerner, Governor, Springfield, Illinois); endorsing Beverley Githens Dresbach's request for state-wide recognition of Glenn Ward Dresbach on his 75th birthday, with justification; attaching: Envelope with ms address to Glenn Ward Dresbach (Eureka Springs, Arkansas)

    series I Box 1 Folder 9 Item 199

    Correspondence, circa 1964 ALS. 1p.

    Elizabeth Goudge (Nr. Henley on Thames, England) to Glenn Ward Dresbach (Eureka Springs, Arkansas); conveying good wishes on 75th birthday and commenting on friendship and poetry.

    series I Box 1 Folder 9 Item 200

    Correspondence, September 1964 TLS. 1p.

    James Herrick Gipson, President (Caxton Printers, Limited, Caldwell, Idaho) to Glenn Ward Dresbach (Eureka Springs, Arkansas); congratulatory about 75th birthday and Collected Poems.

    series I Box 1 Folder 9 Item 201

    Correspondence, September 4, 1964 TLS. 1p.

    Otto Kerner, Governor (Springfield, Illinois) to Glenn Ward Dresbach (Eureka Springs, Arkansas); extending congratulations on 75th birthday and contribution to culture.

    series I Box 1 Folder 9 Item 202

    Correspondence, September 4, 1964 Envelope and ALSs. MS.

    Envelope addressed in ms to Glenn Ward Dresbach and Beverley Githens Dresbach from Thomas Stuart Cleworth (Milledgeville, Illinois) containing 60 ALSs from Cleworth's students to Glenn Ward Dresbach on his 75 th birthday; refering to Glenn Ward Dresbach's poetry assigned for study; some letters have Cleworth's ms marginal notations.

    series I Box 1 Folder 9 Item 203

    Correspondence, September 4, 1964 Envelope and ALSs. MS.

    Envelope addressed in ms to Glenn Ward Dresbach and Beverley Githens Dresbach from Thomas Stuart Cleworth (Milledgeville, Illinois) containing 60 ALSs from Cleworth's students to Glenn Ward Dresbach on his 75 th birthday; refering to Glenn Ward Dresbach's poetry assigned for study; some letters have Cleworth's ms marginal notations.

    series I Box 1 Folder 9 Item 204

    Correspondence, September 4, 1964 Envelope and ALSs. MS.

    Envelope addressed in ms to Glenn Ward Dresbach and Beverley Githens Dresbach from Thomas Stuart Cleworth (Milledgeville, Illinois) containing 60 ALSs from Cleworth's students to Glenn Ward Dresbach on his 75 th birthday; refering to Glenn Ward Dresbach's poetry assigned for study; some letters have Cleworth's ms marginal notations.

    series I Box 1 Folder 9 Item 205

    Correspondence, September 4, 1964 Envelope and ALSs. MS.

    Envelope addressed in ms to Glenn Ward Dresbach and Beverley Githens Dresbach from Thomas Stuart Cleworth (Milledgeville, Illinois) containing 60 ALSs from Cleworth's students to Glenn Ward Dresbach on his 75 th birthday; refering to Glenn Ward Dresbach's poetry assigned for study; some letters have Cleworth's ms marginal notations.

    series I Box 1 Folder 9 Item 206

    Correspondence, September 4, 1964 Envelope and ALSs. MS.

    Envelope addressed in ms to Glenn Ward Dresbach and Beverley Githens Dresbach from Thomas Stuart Cleworth (Milledgeville, Illinois) containing 60 ALSs from Cleworth's students to Glenn Ward Dresbach on his 75 th birthday; refering to Glenn Ward Dresbach's poetry assigned for study; some letters have Cleworth's ms marginal notations.

    series I Box 1 Folder 9 Item 207

    Correspondence, September 4, 1964 Envelope and ALSs. MS.

    Envelope addressed in ms to Glenn Ward Dresbach and Beverley Githens Dresbach from Thomas Stuart Cleworth (Milledgeville, Illinois) containing 60 ALSs from Cleworth's students to Glenn Ward Dresbach on his 75 th birthday; refering to Glenn Ward Dresbach's poetry assigned for study; some letters have Cleworth's ms marginal notations.

    series I Box 1 Folder 9 Item 208

    Correspondence, September 4, 1964 Envelope and ALSs. MS.

    Envelope addressed in ms to Glenn Ward Dresbach and Beverley Githens Dresbach from Thomas Stuart Cleworth (Milledgeville, Illinois) containing 60 ALSs from Cleworth's students to Glenn Ward Dresbach on his 75 th birthday; refering to Glenn Ward Dresbach's poetry assigned for study; some letters have Cleworth's ms marginal notations.

    series I Box 1 Folder 9 Item 209

    Correspondence, September 4, 1964 Envelope and ALSs. MS.

    Envelope addressed in ms to Glenn Ward Dresbach and Beverley Githens Dresbach from Thomas Stuart Cleworth (Milledgeville, Illinois) containing 60 ALSs from Cleworth's students to Glenn Ward Dresbach on his 75 th birthday; refering to Glenn Ward Dresbach's poetry assigned for study; some letters have Cleworth's ms marginal notations.

    series I Box 1 Folder 9 Item 210

    Correspondence, September 4, 1964 Envelope and ALSs. MS.

    Envelope addressed in ms to Glenn Ward Dresbach and Beverley Githens Dresbach from Thomas Stuart Cleworth (Milledgeville, Illinois) containing 60 ALSs from Cleworth's students to Glenn Ward Dresbach on his 75 th birthday; refering to Glenn Ward Dresbach's poetry assigned for study; some letters have Cleworth's ms marginal notations.

    series I Box 1 Folder 9 Item 211

    Correspondence, September 4, 1964 Envelope and ALSs. MS.

    Envelope addressed in ms to Glenn Ward Dresbach and Beverley Githens Dresbach from Thomas Stuart Cleworth (Milledgeville, Illinois) containing 60 ALSs from Cleworth's students to Glenn Ward Dresbach on his 75 th birthday; refering to Glenn Ward Dresbach's poetry assigned for study; some letters have Cleworth's ms marginal notations.

    series I Box 1 Folder 9 Item 212

    Correspondence, September 4, 1964 Envelope and ALSs. MS.

    Envelope addressed in ms to Glenn Ward Dresbach and Beverley Githens Dresbach from Thomas Stuart Cleworth (Milledgeville, Illinois) containing 60 ALSs from Cleworth's students to Glenn Ward Dresbach on his 75 th birthday; refering to Glenn Ward Dresbach's poetry assigned for study; some letters have Cleworth's ms marginal notations.

    series I Box 1 Folder 9 Item 213

    Correspondence, September 4, 1964 Envelope and ALSs. MS.

    Envelope addressed in ms to Glenn Ward Dresbach and Beverley Githens Dresbach from Thomas Stuart Cleworth (Milledgeville, Illinois) containing 60 ALSs from Cleworth's students to Glenn Ward Dresbach on his 75 th birthday; refering to Glenn Ward Dresbach's poetry assigned for study; some letters have Cleworth's ms marginal notations.

    series I Box 1 Folder 9 Item 214

    Correspondence, September 4, 1964 Envelope and ALSs. MS.

    Envelope addressed in ms to Glenn Ward Dresbach and Beverley Githens Dresbach from Thomas Stuart Cleworth (Milledgeville, Illinois) containing 60 ALSs from Cleworth's students to Glenn Ward Dresbach on his 75 th birthday; refering to Glenn Ward Dresbach's poetry assigned for study; some letters have Cleworth's ms marginal notations.

    series I Box 1 Folder 9 Item 215

    Correspondence, September 4, 1964 Envelope and ALSs. MS.

    Envelope addressed in ms to Glenn Ward Dresbach and Beverley Githens Dresbach from Thomas Stuart Cleworth (Milledgeville, Illinois) containing 60 ALSs from Cleworth's students to Glenn Ward Dresbach on his 75 th birthday; refering to Glenn Ward Dresbach's poetry assigned for study; some letters have Cleworth's ms marginal notations.

    series I Box 1 Folder 9 Item 216

    Correspondence, September 4, 1964 Envelope and ALSs. MS.

    Envelope addressed in ms to Glenn Ward Dresbach and Beverley Githens Dresbach from Thomas Stuart Cleworth (Milledgeville, Illinois) containing 60 ALSs from Cleworth's students to Glenn Ward Dresbach on his 75 th birthday; refering to Glenn Ward Dresbach's poetry assigned for study; some letters have Cleworth's ms marginal notations.

    series I Box 1 Folder 9 Item 217

    Correspondence, September 4, 1964 Envelope and ALSs. MS.

    Envelope addressed in ms to Glenn Ward Dresbach and Beverley Githens Dresbach from Thomas Stuart Cleworth (Milledgeville, Illinois) containing 60 ALSs from Cleworth's students to Glenn Ward Dresbach on his 75 th birthday; refering to Glenn Ward Dresbach's poetry assigned for study; some letters have Cleworth's ms marginal notations.

    series I Box 1 Folder 9 Item 218

    Correspondence, September 4, 1964 Envelope and ALSs. MS.

    Envelope addressed in ms to Glenn Ward Dresbach and Beverley Githens Dresbach from Thomas Stuart Cleworth (Milledgeville, Illinois) containing 60 ALSs from Cleworth's students to Glenn Ward Dresbach on his 75 th birthday; refering to Glenn Ward Dresbach's poetry assigned for study; some letters have Cleworth's ms marginal notations.

    series I Box 1 Folder 9 Item 219

    Correspondence, September 4, 1964 Envelope and ALSs. MS.

    Envelope addressed in ms to Glenn Ward Dresbach and Beverley Githens Dresbach from Thomas Stuart Cleworth (Milledgeville, Illinois) containing 60 ALSs from Cleworth's students to Glenn Ward Dresbach on his 75 th birthday; refering to Glenn Ward Dresbach's poetry assigned for study; some letters have Cleworth's ms marginal notations.

    series I Box 1 Folder 9 Item 220

    Correspondence, September 4, 1964 Envelope and ALSs. MS.

    Envelope addressed in ms to Glenn Ward Dresbach and Beverley Githens Dresbach from Thomas Stuart Cleworth (Milledgeville, Illinois) containing 60 ALSs from Cleworth's students to Glenn Ward Dresbach on his 75 th birthday; refering to Glenn Ward Dresbach's poetry assigned for study; some letters have Cleworth's ms marginal notations.

    series I Box 1 Folder 9 Item 221

    Correspondence, September 4, 1964 Envelope and ALSs. MS.

    Envelope addressed in ms to Glenn Ward Dresbach and Beverley Githens Dresbach from Thomas Stuart Cleworth (Milledgeville, Illinois) containing 60 ALSs from Cleworth's students to Glenn Ward Dresbach on his 75 th birthday; refering to Glenn Ward Dresbach's poetry assigned for study; some letters have Cleworth's ms marginal notations.

    series I Box 1 Folder 9 Item 222

    Correspondence, September 4, 1964 Envelope and ALSs. MS.

    Envelope addressed in ms to Glenn Ward Dresbach and Beverley Githens Dresbach from Thomas Stuart Cleworth (Milledgeville, Illinois) containing 60 ALSs from Cleworth's students to Glenn Ward Dresbach on his 75 th birthday; refering to Glenn Ward Dresbach's poetry assigned for study; some letters have Cleworth's ms marginal notations.

    series I Box 1 Folder 9 Item 223

    Correspondence, September 4, 1964 Envelope and ALSs. MS.

    Envelope addressed in ms to Glenn Ward Dresbach and Beverley Githens Dresbach from Thomas Stuart Cleworth (Milledgeville, Illinois) containing 60 ALSs from Cleworth's students to Glenn Ward Dresbach on his 75 th birthday; refering to Glenn Ward Dresbach's poetry assigned for study; some letters have Cleworth's ms marginal notations.

    series I Box 1 Folder 9 Item 224

    Correspondence, September 4, 1964 Envelope and ALSs. MS.

    Envelope addressed in ms to Glenn Ward Dresbach and Beverley Githens Dresbach from Thomas Stuart Cleworth (Milledgeville, Illinois) containing 60 ALSs from Cleworth's students to Glenn Ward Dresbach on his 75 th birthday; refering to Glenn Ward Dresbach's poetry assigned for study; some letters have Cleworth's ms marginal notations.

    series I Box 1 Folder 9 Item 225

    Correspondence, September 4, 1964 Envelope and ALSs. MS.

    Envelope addressed in ms to Glenn Ward Dresbach and Beverley Githens Dresbach from Thomas Stuart Cleworth (Milledgeville, Illinois) containing 60 ALSs from Cleworth's students to Glenn Ward Dresbach on his 75 th birthday; refering to Glenn Ward Dresbach's poetry assigned for study; some letters have Cleworth's ms marginal notations.

    series I Box 1 Folder 9 Item 226

    Correspondence, September 4, 1964 Envelope and ALSs. MS.

    Envelope addressed in ms to Glenn Ward Dresbach and Beverley Githens Dresbach from Thomas Stuart Cleworth (Milledgeville, Illinois) containing 60 ALSs from Cleworth's students to Glenn Ward Dresbach on his 75 th birthday; refering to Glenn Ward Dresbach's poetry assigned for study; some letters have Cleworth's ms marginal notations.

    series I Box 1 Folder 9 Item 227

    Correspondence, September 4, 1964 Envelope and ALSs. MS.

    Envelope addressed in ms to Glenn Ward Dresbach and Beverley Githens Dresbach from Thomas Stuart Cleworth (Milledgeville, Illinois) containing 60 ALSs from Cleworth's students to Glenn Ward Dresbach on his 75 th birthday; refering to Glenn Ward Dresbach's poetry assigned for study; some letters have Cleworth's ms marginal notations.

    series I Box 1 Folder 9 Item 228

    Correspondence, September 4, 1964 Envelope and ALSs. MS.

    Envelope addressed in ms to Glenn Ward Dresbach and Beverley Githens Dresbach from Thomas Stuart Cleworth (Milledgeville, Illinois) containing 60 ALSs from Cleworth's students to Glenn Ward Dresbach on his 75 th birthday; refering to Glenn Ward Dresbach's poetry assigned for study; some letters have Cleworth's ms marginal notations.

    series I Box 1 Folder 9 Item 229

    Correspondence, September 4, 1964 Envelope and ALSs. MS.

    Envelope addressed in ms to Glenn Ward Dresbach and Beverley Githens Dresbach from Thomas Stuart Cleworth (Milledgeville, Illinois) containing 60 ALSs from Cleworth's students to Glenn Ward Dresbach on his 75 th birthday; refering to Glenn Ward Dresbach's poetry assigned for study; some letters have Cleworth's ms marginal notations.

    series I Box 1 Folder 9 Item 230

    Correspondence, September 4, 1964 Envelope and ALSs. MS.

    Envelope addressed in ms to Glenn Ward Dresbach and Beverley Githens Dresbach from Thomas Stuart Cleworth (Milledgeville, Illinois) containing 60 ALSs from Cleworth's students to Glenn Ward Dresbach on his 75 th birthday; refering to Glenn Ward Dresbach's poetry assigned for study; some letters have Cleworth's ms marginal notations.

    series I Box 1 Folder 9 Item 231

    Correspondence, September 4, 1964 Envelope and ALSs. MS.

    Envelope addressed in ms to Glenn Ward Dresbach and Beverley Githens Dresbach from Thomas Stuart Cleworth (Milledgeville, Illinois) containing 60 ALSs from Cleworth's students to Glenn Ward Dresbach on his 75 th birthday; refering to Glenn Ward Dresbach's poetry assigned for study; some letters have Cleworth's ms marginal notations.

    series I Box 1 Folder 9 Item 232

    Correspondence, September 4, 1964 Envelope and ALSs. MS.

    Envelope addressed in ms to Glenn Ward Dresbach and Beverley Githens Dresbach from Thomas Stuart Cleworth (Milledgeville, Illinois) containing 60 ALSs from Cleworth's students to Glenn Ward Dresbach on his 75 th birthday; refering to Glenn Ward Dresbach's poetry assigned for study; some letters have Cleworth's ms marginal notations.

    series I Box 1 Folder 9 Item 233

    Correspondence, September 4, 1964 Envelope and ALSs. MS.

    Envelope addressed in ms to Glenn Ward Dresbach and Beverley Githens Dresbach from Thomas Stuart Cleworth (Milledgeville, Illinois) containing 60 ALSs from Cleworth's students to Glenn Ward Dresbach on his 75 th birthday; refering to Glenn Ward Dresbach's poetry assigned for study; some letters have Cleworth's ms marginal notations.

    series I Box 1 Folder 9 Item 234

    Correspondence, September 4, 1964 Envelope and ALSs. MS.

    Envelope addressed in ms to Glenn Ward Dresbach and Beverley Githens Dresbach from Thomas Stuart Cleworth (Milledgeville, Illinois) containing 60 ALSs from Cleworth's students to Glenn Ward Dresbach on his 75 th birthday; refering to Glenn Ward Dresbach's poetry assigned for study; some letters have Cleworth's ms marginal notations.

    series I Box 1 Folder 9 Item 235

    Correspondence, September 4, 1964 Envelope and ALSs. MS.

    Envelope addressed in ms to Glenn Ward Dresbach and Beverley Githens Dresbach from Thomas Stuart Cleworth (Milledgeville, Illinois) containing 60 ALSs from Cleworth's students to Glenn Ward Dresbach on his 75 th birthday; refering to Glenn Ward Dresbach's poetry assigned for study; some letters have Cleworth's ms marginal notations.

    series I Box 1 Folder 9 Item 236

    Correspondence, September 4, 1964 Envelope and ALSs. MS.

    Envelope addressed in ms to Glenn Ward Dresbach and Beverley Githens Dresbach from Thomas Stuart Cleworth (Milledgeville, Illinois) containing 60 ALSs from Cleworth's students to Glenn Ward Dresbach on his 75 th birthday; refering to Glenn Ward Dresbach's poetry assigned for study; some letters have Cleworth's ms marginal notations.

    series I Box 1 Folder 9 Item 237

    Correspondence, September 4, 1964 Envelope and ALSs. MS.

    Envelope addressed in ms to Glenn Ward Dresbach and Beverley Githens Dresbach from Thomas Stuart Cleworth (Milledgeville, Illinois) containing 60 ALSs from Cleworth's students to Glenn Ward Dresbach on his 75 th birthday; refering to Glenn Ward Dresbach's poetry assigned for study; some letters have Cleworth's ms marginal notations.

    series I Box 1 Folder 9 Item 238

    Correspondence, September 4, 1964 Envelope and ALSs. MS.

    Envelope addressed in ms to Glenn Ward Dresbach and Beverley Githens Dresbach from Thomas Stuart Cleworth (Milledgeville, Illinois) containing 60 ALSs from Cleworth's students to Glenn Ward Dresbach on his 75 th birthday; refering to Glenn Ward Dresbach's poetry assigned for study; some letters have Cleworth's ms marginal notations.

    series I Box 1 Folder 9 Item 239

    Correspondence, September 4, 1964 Envelope and ALSs. MS.

    Envelope addressed in ms to Glenn Ward Dresbach and Beverley Githens Dresbach from Thomas Stuart Cleworth (Milledgeville, Illinois) containing 60 ALSs from Cleworth's students to Glenn Ward Dresbach on his 75 th birthday; refering to Glenn Ward Dresbach's poetry assigned for study; some letters have Cleworth's ms marginal notations.

    series I Box 1 Folder 9 Item 240

    Correspondence, September 4, 1964 Envelope and ALSs. MS.

    Envelope addressed in ms to Glenn Ward Dresbach and Beverley Githens Dresbach from Thomas Stuart Cleworth (Milledgeville, Illinois) containing 60 ALSs from Cleworth's students to Glenn Ward Dresbach on his 75 th birthday; refering to Glenn Ward Dresbach's poetry assigned for study; some letters have Cleworth's ms marginal notations.

    series I Box 1 Folder 9 Item 241

    Correspondence, September 4, 1964 Envelope and ALSs. MS.

    Envelope addressed in ms to Glenn Ward Dresbach and Beverley Githens Dresbach from Thomas Stuart Cleworth (Milledgeville, Illinois) containing 60 ALSs from Cleworth's students to Glenn Ward Dresbach on his 75 th birthday; refering to Glenn Ward Dresbach's poetry assigned for study; some letters have Cleworth's ms marginal notations.

    series I Box 1 Folder 9 Item 242

    Correspondence, September 4, 1964 Envelope and ALSs. MS.

    Envelope addressed in ms to Glenn Ward Dresbach and Beverley Githens Dresbach from Thomas Stuart Cleworth (Milledgeville, Illinois) containing 60 ALSs from Cleworth's students to Glenn Ward Dresbach on his 75 th birthday; refering to Glenn Ward Dresbach's poetry assigned for study; some letters have Cleworth's ms marginal notations.

    series I Box 1 Folder 9 Item 243

    Correspondence, September 4, 1964 Envelope and ALSs. MS.

    Envelope addressed in ms to Glenn Ward Dresbach and Beverley Githens Dresbach from Thomas Stuart Cleworth (Milledgeville, Illinois) containing 60 ALSs from Cleworth's students to Glenn Ward Dresbach on his 75 th birthday; refering to Glenn Ward Dresbach's poetry assigned for study; some letters have Cleworth's ms marginal notations.

    series I Box 1 Folder 9 Item 244

    Correspondence, September 4, 1964 Envelope and ALSs. MS.

    Envelope addressed in ms to Glenn Ward Dresbach and Beverley Githens Dresbach from Thomas Stuart Cleworth (Milledgeville, Illinois) containing 60 ALSs from Cleworth's students to Glenn Ward Dresbach on his 75 th birthday; refering to Glenn Ward Dresbach's poetry assigned for study; some letters have Cleworth's ms marginal notations.

    series I Box 1 Folder 9 Item 245

    Correspondence, September 4, 1964 Envelope and ALSs. MS.

    Envelope addressed in ms to Glenn Ward Dresbach and Beverley Githens Dresbach from Thomas Stuart Cleworth (Milledgeville, Illinois) containing 60 ALSs from Cleworth's students to Glenn Ward Dresbach on his 75 th birthday; refering to Glenn Ward Dresbach's poetry assigned for study; some letters have Cleworth's ms marginal notations.

    series I Box 1 Folder 9 Item 246

    Correspondence, September 4, 1964 Envelope and ALSs. MS.

    Envelope addressed in ms to Glenn Ward Dresbach and Beverley Githens Dresbach from Thomas Stuart Cleworth (Milledgeville, Illinois) containing 60 ALSs from Cleworth's students to Glenn Ward Dresbach on his 75 th birthday; refering to Glenn Ward Dresbach's poetry assigned for study; some letters have Cleworth's ms marginal notations.

    series I Box 1 Folder 9 Item 247

    Correspondence, September 4, 1964 Envelope and ALSs. MS.

    Envelope addressed in ms to Glenn Ward Dresbach and Beverley Githens Dresbach from Thomas Stuart Cleworth (Milledgeville, Illinois) containing 60 ALSs from Cleworth's students to Glenn Ward Dresbach on his 75 th birthday; refering to Glenn Ward Dresbach's poetry assigned for study; some letters have Cleworth's ms marginal notations.

    series I Box 1 Folder 9 Item 248

    Correspondence, September 4, 1964 Envelope and ALSs. MS.

    Envelope addressed in ms to Glenn Ward Dresbach and Beverley Githens Dresbach from Thomas Stuart Cleworth (Milledgeville, Illinois) containing 60 ALSs from Cleworth's students to Glenn Ward Dresbach on his 75 th birthday; refering to Glenn Ward Dresbach's poetry assigned for study; some letters have Cleworth's ms marginal notations.

    series I Box 1 Folder 9 Item 249

    Correspondence, September 4, 1964 Envelope and ALSs. MS.

    Envelope addressed in ms to Glenn Ward Dresbach and Beverley Githens Dresbach from Thomas Stuart Cleworth (Milledgeville, Illinois) containing 60 ALSs from Cleworth's students to Glenn Ward Dresbach on his 75 th birthday; refering to Glenn Ward Dresbach's poetry assigned for study; some letters have Cleworth's ms marginal notations.

    series I Box 1 Folder 9 Item 250

    Correspondence, September 4, 1964 Envelope and ALSs. MS.

    Envelope addressed in ms to Glenn Ward Dresbach and Beverley Githens Dresbach from Thomas Stuart Cleworth (Milledgeville, Illinois) containing 60 ALSs from Cleworth's students to Glenn Ward Dresbach on his 75 th birthday; refering to Glenn Ward Dresbach's poetry assigned for study; some letters have Cleworth's ms marginal notations.

    series I Box 1 Folder 9 Item 251

    Correspondence, September 4, 1964 Envelope and ALSs. MS.

    Envelope addressed in ms to Glenn Ward Dresbach and Beverley Githens Dresbach from Thomas Stuart Cleworth (Milledgeville, Illinois) containing 60 ALSs from Cleworth's students to Glenn Ward Dresbach on his 75 th birthday; refering to Glenn Ward Dresbach's poetry assigned for study; some letters have Cleworth's ms marginal notations.

    series I Box 1 Folder 9 Item 252

    Correspondence, September 4, 1964 Envelope and ALSs. MS.

    Envelope addressed in ms to Glenn Ward Dresbach and Beverley Githens Dresbach from Thomas Stuart Cleworth (Milledgeville, Illinois) containing 60 ALSs from Cleworth's students to Glenn Ward Dresbach on his 75 th birthday; refering to Glenn Ward Dresbach's poetry assigned for study; some letters have Cleworth's ms marginal notations.

    series I Box 1 Folder 9 Item 253

    Correspondence, September 4, 1964 Envelope and ALSs. MS.

    Envelope addressed in ms to Glenn Ward Dresbach and Beverley Githens Dresbach from Thomas Stuart Cleworth (Milledgeville, Illinois) containing 60 ALSs from Cleworth's students to Glenn Ward Dresbach on his 75 th birthday; refering to Glenn Ward Dresbach's poetry assigned for study; some letters have Cleworth's ms marginal notations.

    series I Box 1 Folder 9 Item 254

    Correspondence, September 4, 1964 Envelope and ALSs. MS.

    Envelope addressed in ms to Glenn Ward Dresbach and Beverley Githens Dresbach from Thomas Stuart Cleworth (Milledgeville, Illinois) containing 60 ALSs from Cleworth's students to Glenn Ward Dresbach on his 75 th birthday; refering to Glenn Ward Dresbach's poetry assigned for study; some letters have Cleworth's ms marginal notations.

    series I Box 1 Folder 9 Item 255

    Correspondence, September 4, 1964 Envelope and ALSs. MS.

    Envelope addressed in ms to Glenn Ward Dresbach and Beverley Githens Dresbach from Thomas Stuart Cleworth (Milledgeville, Illinois) containing 60 ALSs from Cleworth's students to Glenn Ward Dresbach on his 75 th birthday; refering to Glenn Ward Dresbach's poetry assigned for study; some letters have Cleworth's ms marginal notations.

    series I Box 1 Folder 9 Item 256

    Correspondence, September 4, 1964 Envelope and ALSs. MS.

    Envelope addressed in ms to Glenn Ward Dresbach and Beverley Githens Dresbach from Thomas Stuart Cleworth (Milledgeville, Illinois) containing 60 ALSs from Cleworth's students to Glenn Ward Dresbach on his 75 th birthday; refering to Glenn Ward Dresbach's poetry assigned for study; some letters have Cleworth's ms marginal notations.

    series I Box 1 Folder 9 Item 257

    Correspondence, September 4, 1964 Envelope and ALSs. MS.

    Envelope addressed in ms to Glenn Ward Dresbach and Beverley Githens Dresbach from Thomas Stuart Cleworth (Milledgeville, Illinois) containing 60 ALSs from Cleworth's students to Glenn Ward Dresbach on his 75 th birthday; refering to Glenn Ward Dresbach's poetry assigned for study; some letters have Cleworth's ms marginal notations.

    series I Box 1 Folder 9 Item 258

    Correspondence, September 4, 1964 Envelope and ALSs. MS.

    Envelope addressed in ms to Glenn Ward Dresbach and Beverley Githens Dresbach from Thomas Stuart Cleworth (Milledgeville, Illinois) containing 60 ALSs from Cleworth's students to Glenn Ward Dresbach on his 75 th birthday; refering to Glenn Ward Dresbach's poetry assigned for study; some letters have Cleworth's ms marginal notations.

    series I Box 1 Folder 9 Item 259

    Correspondence, September 4, 1964 Envelope and ALSs. MS.

    Envelope addressed in ms to Glenn Ward Dresbach and Beverley Githens Dresbach from Thomas Stuart Cleworth (Milledgeville, Illinois) containing 60 ALSs from Cleworth's students to Glenn Ward Dresbach on his 75 th birthday; refering to Glenn Ward Dresbach's poetry assigned for study; some letters have Cleworth's ms marginal notations.

    series I Box 1 Folder 9 Item 260

    Correspondence, September 4, 1964 Envelope and ALSs. MS.

    Envelope addressed in ms to Glenn Ward Dresbach and Beverley Githens Dresbach from Thomas Stuart Cleworth (Milledgeville, Illinois) containing 60 ALSs from Cleworth's students to Glenn Ward Dresbach on his 75 th birthday; refering to Glenn Ward Dresbach's poetry assigned for study; some letters have Cleworth's ms marginal notations.

    series I Box 1 Folder 9 Item 261

    Correspondence, September 4, 1964 Envelope and ALSs. MS.

    Envelope addressed in ms to Glenn Ward Dresbach and Beverley Githens Dresbach from Thomas Stuart Cleworth (Milledgeville, Illinois) containing 60 ALSs from Cleworth's students to Glenn Ward Dresbach on his 75 th birthday; refering to Glenn Ward Dresbach's poetry assigned for study; some letters have Cleworth's ms marginal notations.

    series I Box 1 Folder 9 Item 262

    Correspondence, 1964 ALS. 1p.

    Langston Hughes (New York, New York) to Glenn Ward Dresbach (Eureka Springs, Arkansas); conveying greetings on 75th birthday and thanks for devotion to poetry.

    series I Box 1 Folder 9 Item 263

    Correspondence, September 8, 1964 Telegram. 1p.

    Mary Adams (New Mexico Quarterly, Albuquerque, New Mexico) to Glenn Ward Dresbach (Eureka Springs, Arkansas); expressing regret for delay in publishing Dresbach article by Edsel Ford and sending birthday greetings.

    series I Box 1 Folder 9 Item 264

    Correspondence, September 8, 1964 TLS. 1p.

    Claude Albert Fuller (Eureka Springs, Arkansas) to Glenn Ward Dresbach (Eureka Springs, Arkansas); extending best wishes on 75th birthday.

    series I Box 1 Folder 9 Item 265

    Correspondence, September 9, 1964 TLS. 1p.

    David Wiley Mullins, President (University of Arkansas, (Fayetteville, Arkansas) to Eureka Springs, Arkansas); extending congratulations on 75th birthday, with compliments.

    series I Box 1 Folder 9 Item 266

    Correspondence, September 9, 1964 TLS. 1p.

    James William Fulbright (United States Senate, Washington, D.C.) to Glenn Ward Dresbach (Eureka Springs, Arkansas); extending best wishes on 75th birthday, with complimentary remarks.

    series I Box 1 Folder 9 Item 267

    Correspondence, September 9, 1964 TLS. 1p.

    Jim [James William] Trimble (United States House of Representatives, Washington, D.C.) to Glenn Ward Dresbach (Eureka Springs, Arkansas); extending congratulations on 75th birthday, with complimentary remarks.

    series I Box 1 Folder 9 Item 268

    Correspondence, September 9, 1964 MS.

    Poem. Hand printed poem Beverley Speaks to Glenn- signed: Thomas Moult.

    series I Box 1 Folder 9 Item 269

    Correspondence, circa 1964 MS, TS, PR.

    Cards, letters, notes, telegrams. 99 printed and/or handwritten cards (including printed card from President and Mrs. Johnson), many with ms notes; 25 letters and notes; 6 telegrams, greeting Glenn Ward Dresbach on his 75th birthday.

    series I Box 1 Folder 9 Item 270

    Correspondence, circa 1964 MS, TS, PR.

    Cards, letters, notes, telegrams. 99 printed and/or handwritten cards (including printed card from President and Mrs. Johnson), many with ms notes; 25 letters and notes; 6 telegrams, greeting Glenn Ward Dresbach on his 75th birthday.

    series I Box 1 Folder 9 Item 271

    Correspondence, circa 1964 MS, TS, PR.

    Cards, letters, notes, telegrams. 99 printed and/or handwritten cards (including printed card from President and Mrs. Johnson), many with ms notes; 25 letters and notes; 6 telegrams, greeting Glenn Ward Dresbach on his 75th birthday.

    series I Box 1 Folder 9 Item 272

    Correspondence, circa 1964 MS, TS, PR.

    Cards, letters, notes, telegrams. 99 printed and/or handwritten cards (including printed card from President and Mrs. Johnson), many with ms notes; 25 letters and notes; 6 telegrams, greeting Glenn Ward Dresbach on his 75th birthday.

    series I Box 1 Folder 9 Item 273

    Correspondence, circa 1964 MS, TS, PR.

    Cards, letters, notes, telegrams. 99 printed and/or handwritten cards (including printed card from President and Mrs. Johnson), many with ms notes; 25 letters and notes; 6 telegrams, greeting Glenn Ward Dresbach on his 75th birthday.

    series I Box 1 Folder 9 Item 274

    Correspondence, circa 1964 MS, TS, PR.

    Cards, letters, notes, telegrams. 99 printed and/or handwritten cards (including printed card from President and Mrs. Johnson), many with ms notes; 25 letters and notes; 6 telegrams, greeting Glenn Ward Dresbach on his 75th birthday.

    series I Box 1 Folder 9 Item 275

    Correspondence, circa 1964 MS, TS, PR.

    Cards, letters, notes, telegrams. 99 printed and/or handwritten cards (including printed card from President and Mrs. Johnson), many with ms notes; 25 letters and notes; 6 telegrams, greeting Glenn Ward Dresbach on his 75th birthday.

    series I Box 1 Folder 9 Item 276

    Correspondence, circa 1964 MS, TS, PR.

    Cards, letters, notes, telegrams. 99 printed and/or handwritten cards (including printed card from President and Mrs. Johnson), many with ms notes; 25 letters and notes; 6 telegrams, greeting Glenn Ward Dresbach on his 75th birthday.

    series I Box 1 Folder 9 Item 277

    Correspondence, circa 1964 MS, TS, PR.

    Cards, letters, notes, telegrams. 99 printed and/or handwritten cards (including printed card from President and Mrs. Johnson), many with ms notes; 25 letters and notes; 6 telegrams, greeting Glenn Ward Dresbach on his 75th birthday.

    series I Box 1 Folder 9 Item 278

    Correspondence, circa 1964 MS, TS, PR.

    Cards, letters, notes, telegrams. 99 printed and/or handwritten cards (including printed card from President and Mrs. Johnson), many with ms notes; 25 letters and notes; 6 telegrams, greeting Glenn Ward Dresbach on his 75th birthday.

    series I Box 1 Folder 9 Item 279

    Correspondence, circa 1964 MS, TS, PR.

    Cards, letters, notes, telegrams. 99 printed and/or handwritten cards (including printed card from President and Mrs. Johnson), many with ms notes; 25 letters and notes; 6 telegrams, greeting Glenn Ward Dresbach on his 75th birthday.

    series I Box 1 Folder 9 Item 280

    Correspondence, circa 1964 MS, TS, PR.

    Cards, letters, notes, telegrams. 99 printed and/or handwritten cards (including printed card from President and Mrs. Johnson), many with ms notes; 25 letters and notes; 6 telegrams, greeting Glenn Ward Dresbach on his 75th birthday.

    series I Box 1 Folder 9 Item 281

    Correspondence, circa 1964 MS, TS, PR.

    Cards, letters, notes, telegrams. 99 printed and/or handwritten cards (including printed card from President and Mrs. Johnson), many with ms notes; 25 letters and notes; 6 telegrams, greeting Glenn Ward Dresbach on his 75th birthday.

    series I Box 1 Folder 9 Item 282

    Correspondence, circa 1964 MS, TS, PR.

    Cards, letters, notes, telegrams. 99 printed and/or handwritten cards (including printed card from President and Mrs. Johnson), many with ms notes; 25 letters and notes; 6 telegrams, greeting Glenn Ward Dresbach on his 75th birthday.

    series I Box 1 Folder 9 Item 283

    Correspondence, circa 1964 MS, TS, PR.

    Cards, letters, notes, telegrams. 99 printed and/or handwritten cards (including printed card from President and Mrs. Johnson), many with ms notes; 25 letters and notes; 6 telegrams, greeting Glenn Ward Dresbach on his 75th birthday.

    series I Box 1 Folder 9 Item 284

    Correspondence, circa 1964 MS, TS, PR.

    Cards, letters, notes, telegrams. 99 printed and/or handwritten cards (including printed card from President and Mrs. Johnson), many with ms notes; 25 letters and notes; 6 telegrams, greeting Glenn Ward Dresbach on his 75th birthday.

    series I Box 1 Folder 9 Item 285

    Correspondence, circa 1964 MS, TS, PR.

    Cards, letters, notes, telegrams. 99 printed and/or handwritten cards (including printed card from President and Mrs. Johnson), many with ms notes; 25 letters and notes; 6 telegrams, greeting Glenn Ward Dresbach on his 75th birthday.

    series I Box 1 Folder 9 Item 286

    Correspondence, circa 1964 MS, TS, PR.

    Cards, letters, notes, telegrams. 99 printed and/or handwritten cards (including printed card from President and Mrs. Johnson), many with ms notes; 25 letters and notes; 6 telegrams, greeting Glenn Ward Dresbach on his 75th birthday.

    series I Box 1 Folder 9 Item 287

    Correspondence, circa 1964 MS, TS, PR.

    Cards, letters, notes, telegrams. 99 printed and/or handwritten cards (including printed card from President and Mrs. Johnson), many with ms notes; 25 letters and notes; 6 telegrams, greeting Glenn Ward Dresbach on his 75th birthday.

    series I Box 1 Folder 9 Item 288

    Correspondence, circa 1964 MS, TS, PR.

    Cards, letters, notes, telegrams. 99 printed and/or handwritten cards (including printed card from President and Mrs. Johnson), many with ms notes; 25 letters and notes; 6 telegrams, greeting Glenn Ward Dresbach on his 75th birthday.

    series I Box 1 Folder 9 Item 289

    Correspondence, circa 1964 MS, TS, PR.

    Cards, letters, notes, telegrams. 99 printed and/or handwritten cards (including printed card from President and Mrs. Johnson), many with ms notes; 25 letters and notes; 6 telegrams, greeting Glenn Ward Dresbach on his 75th birthday.

    series I Box 1 Folder 9 Item 290

    Correspondence, circa 1964 MS, TS, PR.

    Cards, letters, notes, telegrams. 99 printed and/or handwritten cards (including printed card from President and Mrs. Johnson), many with ms notes; 25 letters and notes; 6 telegrams, greeting Glenn Ward Dresbach on his 75th birthday.

    series I Box 1 Folder 9 Item 291

    Correspondence, circa 1964 MS, TS, PR.

    Cards, letters, notes, telegrams. 99 printed and/or handwritten cards (including printed card from President and Mrs. Johnson), many with ms notes; 25 letters and notes; 6 telegrams, greeting Glenn Ward Dresbach on his 75th birthday.

    series I Box 1 Folder 9 Item 292

    Correspondence, circa 1964 MS, TS, PR.

    Cards, letters, notes, telegrams. 99 printed and/or handwritten cards (including printed card from President and Mrs. Johnson), many with ms notes; 25 letters and notes; 6 telegrams, greeting Glenn Ward Dresbach on his 75th birthday.

    series I Box 1 Folder 9 Item 293

    Correspondence, circa 1964 MS, TS, PR.

    Cards, letters, notes, telegrams. 99 printed and/or handwritten cards (including printed card from President and Mrs. Johnson), many with ms notes; 25 letters and notes; 6 telegrams, greeting Glenn Ward Dresbach on his 75th birthday.

    series I Box 1 Folder 9 Item 294

    Correspondence, circa 1964 MS, TS, PR.

    Cards, letters, notes, telegrams. 99 printed and/or handwritten cards (including printed card from President and Mrs. Johnson), many with ms notes; 25 letters and notes; 6 telegrams, greeting Glenn Ward Dresbach on his 75th birthday.

    series I Box 1 Folder 9 Item 295

    Correspondence, circa 1964 MS, TS, PR.

    Cards, letters, notes, telegrams. 99 printed and/or handwritten cards (including printed card from President and Mrs. Johnson), many with ms notes; 25 letters and notes; 6 telegrams, greeting Glenn Ward Dresbach on his 75th birthday.

    series I Box 1 Folder 9 Item 296

    Correspondence, circa 1964 MS, TS, PR.

    Cards, letters, notes, telegrams. 99 printed and/or handwritten cards (including printed card from President and Mrs. Johnson), many with ms notes; 25 letters and notes; 6 telegrams, greeting Glenn Ward Dresbach on his 75th birthday.

    series I Box 1 Folder 9 Item 297

    Correspondence, circa 1964 MS, TS, PR.

    Cards, letters, notes, telegrams. 99 printed and/or handwritten cards (including printed card from President and Mrs. Johnson), many with ms notes; 25 letters and notes; 6 telegrams, greeting Glenn Ward Dresbach on his 75th birthday.

    series I Box 1 Folder 9 Item 298

    Correspondence, circa 1964 MS, TS, PR.

    Cards, letters, notes, telegrams. 99 printed and/or handwritten cards (including printed card from President and Mrs. Johnson), many with ms notes; 25 letters and notes; 6 telegrams, greeting Glenn Ward Dresbach on his 75th birthday.

    series I Box 1 Folder 9 Item 299

    Correspondence, circa 1964 MS, TS, PR.

    Cards, letters, notes, telegrams. 99 printed and/or handwritten cards (including printed card from President and Mrs. Johnson), many with ms notes; 25 letters and notes; 6 telegrams, greeting Glenn Ward Dresbach on his 75th birthday.

    series I Box 1 Folder 9 Item 300

    Correspondence, circa 1964 MS, TS, PR.

    Cards, letters, notes, telegrams. 99 printed and/or handwritten cards (including printed card from President and Mrs. Johnson), many with ms notes; 25 letters and notes; 6 telegrams, greeting Glenn Ward Dresbach on his 75th birthday.

    series I Box 1 Folder 9 Item 301

    Correspondence, circa 1964 MS, TS, PR.

    Cards, letters, notes, telegrams. 99 printed and/or handwritten cards (including printed card from President and Mrs. Johnson), many with ms notes; 25 letters and notes; 6 telegrams, greeting Glenn Ward Dresbach on his 75th birthday.

    series I Box 1 Folder 9 Item 302

    Correspondence, circa 1964 MS, TS, PR.

    Cards, letters, notes, telegrams. 99 printed and/or handwritten cards (including printed card from President and Mrs. Johnson), many with ms notes; 25 letters and notes; 6 telegrams, greeting Glenn Ward Dresbach on his 75th birthday.

    series I Box 1 Folder 9 Item 303

    Correspondence, circa 1964 MS, TS, PR.

    Cards, letters, notes, telegrams. 99 printed and/or handwritten cards (including printed card from President and Mrs. Johnson), many with ms notes; 25 letters and notes; 6 telegrams, greeting Glenn Ward Dresbach on his 75th birthday.

    series I Box 1 Folder 9 Item 304

    Correspondence, circa 1964 MS, TS, PR.

    Cards, letters, notes, telegrams. 99 printed and/or handwritten cards (including printed card from President and Mrs. Johnson), many with ms notes; 25 letters and notes; 6 telegrams, greeting Glenn Ward Dresbach on his 75th birthday.

    series I Box 1 Folder 9 Item 305

    Correspondence, circa 1964 MS, TS, PR.

    Cards, letters, notes, telegrams. 99 printed and/or handwritten cards (including printed card from President and Mrs. Johnson), many with ms notes; 25 letters and notes; 6 telegrams, greeting Glenn Ward Dresbach on his 75th birthday.

    series I Box 1 Folder 9 Item 306

    Correspondence, circa 1964 MS, TS, PR.

    Cards, letters, notes, telegrams. 99 printed and/or handwritten cards (including printed card from President and Mrs. Johnson), many with ms notes; 25 letters and notes; 6 telegrams, greeting Glenn Ward Dresbach on his 75th birthday.

    series I Box 1 Folder 9 Item 307

    Correspondence, circa 1964 MS, TS, PR.

    Cards, letters, notes, telegrams. 99 printed and/or handwritten cards (including printed card from President and Mrs. Johnson), many with ms notes; 25 letters and notes; 6 telegrams, greeting Glenn Ward Dresbach on his 75th birthday.

    series I Box 1 Folder 9 Item 308

    Correspondence, circa 1964 MS, TS, PR.

    Cards, letters, notes, telegrams. 99 printed and/or handwritten cards (including printed card from President and Mrs. Johnson), many with ms notes; 25 letters and notes; 6 telegrams, greeting Glenn Ward Dresbach on his 75th birthday.

    series I Box 1 Folder 9 Item 309

    Correspondence, circa 1964 MS, TS, PR.

    Cards, letters, notes, telegrams. 99 printed and/or handwritten cards (including printed card from President and Mrs. Johnson), many with ms notes; 25 letters and notes; 6 telegrams, greeting Glenn Ward Dresbach on his 75th birthday.

    series I Box 1 Folder 9 Item 310

    Correspondence, circa 1964 MS, TS, PR.

    Cards, letters, notes, telegrams. 99 printed and/or handwritten cards (including printed card from President and Mrs. Johnson), many with ms notes; 25 letters and notes; 6 telegrams, greeting Glenn Ward Dresbach on his 75th birthday.

    series I Box 1 Folder 9 Item 311

    Correspondence, circa 1964 MS, TS, PR.

    Cards, letters, notes, telegrams. 99 printed and/or handwritten cards (including printed card from President and Mrs. Johnson), many with ms notes; 25 letters and notes; 6 telegrams, greeting Glenn Ward Dresbach on his 75th birthday.

    series I Box 1 Folder 9 Item 312

    Correspondence, circa 1964 MS, TS, PR.

    Cards, letters, notes, telegrams. 99 printed and/or handwritten cards (including printed card from President and Mrs. Johnson), many with ms notes; 25 letters and notes; 6 telegrams, greeting Glenn Ward Dresbach on his 75th birthday.

    series I Box 1 Folder 9 Item 313

    Correspondence, circa 1964 MS, TS, PR.

    Cards, letters, notes, telegrams. 99 printed and/or handwritten cards (including printed card from President and Mrs. Johnson), many with ms notes; 25 letters and notes; 6 telegrams, greeting Glenn Ward Dresbach on his 75th birthday.

    series I Box 1 Folder 9 Item 314

    Correspondence, circa 1964 MS, TS, PR.

    Cards, letters, notes, telegrams. 99 printed and/or handwritten cards (including printed card from President and Mrs. Johnson), many with ms notes; 25 letters and notes; 6 telegrams, greeting Glenn Ward Dresbach on his 75th birthday.

    series I Box 1 Folder 9 Item 315

    Correspondence, circa 1964 MS, TS, PR.

    Cards, letters, notes, telegrams. 99 printed and/or handwritten cards (including printed card from President and Mrs. Johnson), many with ms notes; 25 letters and notes; 6 telegrams, greeting Glenn Ward Dresbach on his 75th birthday.

    series I Box 1 Folder 9 Item 316

    Correspondence, circa 1964 MS, TS, PR.

    Cards, letters, notes, telegrams. 99 printed and/or handwritten cards (including printed card from President and Mrs. Johnson), many with ms notes; 25 letters and notes; 6 telegrams, greeting Glenn Ward Dresbach on his 75th birthday.

    series I Box 1 Folder 9 Item 317

    Correspondence, circa 1964 MS, TS, PR.

    Cards, letters, notes, telegrams. 99 printed and/or handwritten cards (including printed card from President and Mrs. Johnson), many with ms notes; 25 letters and notes; 6 telegrams, greeting Glenn Ward Dresbach on his 75th birthday.

    series I Box 1 Folder 9 Item 318

    Correspondence, circa 1964 MS, TS, PR.

    Cards, letters, notes, telegrams. 99 printed and/or handwritten cards (including printed card from President and Mrs. Johnson), many with ms notes; 25 letters and notes; 6 telegrams, greeting Glenn Ward Dresbach on his 75th birthday.

    series I Box 1 Folder 9 Item 319

    Correspondence, circa 1964 MS, TS, PR.

    Cards, letters, notes, telegrams. 99 printed and/or handwritten cards (including printed card from President and Mrs. Johnson), many with ms notes; 25 letters and notes; 6 telegrams, greeting Glenn Ward Dresbach on his 75th birthday.

    series I Box 1 Folder 9 Item 320

    Correspondence, circa 1964 MS, TS, PR.

    Cards, letters, notes, telegrams. 99 printed and/or handwritten cards (including printed card from President and Mrs. Johnson), many with ms notes; 25 letters and notes; 6 telegrams, greeting Glenn Ward Dresbach on his 75th birthday.

    series I Box 1 Folder 9 Item 321

    Correspondence, circa 1964 MS, TS, PR.

    Cards, letters, notes, telegrams. 99 printed and/or handwritten cards (including printed card from President and Mrs. Johnson), many with ms notes; 25 letters and notes; 6 telegrams, greeting Glenn Ward Dresbach on his 75th birthday.

    series I Box 1 Folder 9 Item 322

    Correspondence, circa 1964 MS, TS, PR.

    Cards, letters, notes, telegrams. 99 printed and/or handwritten cards (including printed card from President and Mrs. Johnson), many with ms notes; 25 letters and notes; 6 telegrams, greeting Glenn Ward Dresbach on his 75th birthday.

    series I Box 1 Folder 9 Item 323

    Correspondence, circa 1964 MS, TS, PR.

    Cards, letters, notes, telegrams. 99 printed and/or handwritten cards (including printed card from President and Mrs. Johnson), many with ms notes; 25 letters and notes; 6 telegrams, greeting Glenn Ward Dresbach on his 75th birthday.

    series I Box 1 Folder 9 Item 324

    Correspondence, circa 1964 MS, TS, PR.

    Cards, letters, notes, telegrams. 99 printed and/or handwritten cards (including printed card from President and Mrs. Johnson), many with ms notes; 25 letters and notes; 6 telegrams, greeting Glenn Ward Dresbach on his 75th birthday.

    series I Box 1 Folder 9 Item 325

    Correspondence, circa 1964 MS, TS, PR.

    Cards, letters, notes, telegrams. 99 printed and/or handwritten cards (including printed card from President and Mrs. Johnson), many with ms notes; 25 letters and notes; 6 telegrams, greeting Glenn Ward Dresbach on his 75th birthday.

    series I Box 1 Folder 9 Item 326

    Correspondence, circa 1964 MS, TS, PR.

    Cards, letters, notes, telegrams. 99 printed and/or handwritten cards (including printed card from President and Mrs. Johnson), many with ms notes; 25 letters and notes; 6 telegrams, greeting Glenn Ward Dresbach on his 75th birthday.

    series I Box 1 Folder 9 Item 327

    Correspondence, circa 1964 MS, TS, PR.

    Cards, letters, notes, telegrams. 99 printed and/or handwritten cards (including printed card from President and Mrs. Johnson), many with ms notes; 25 letters and notes; 6 telegrams, greeting Glenn Ward Dresbach on his 75th birthday.

    series I Box 1 Folder 9 Item 328

    Correspondence, circa 1964 MS, TS, PR.

    Cards, letters, notes, telegrams. 99 printed and/or handwritten cards (including printed card from President and Mrs. Johnson), many with ms notes; 25 letters and notes; 6 telegrams, greeting Glenn Ward Dresbach on his 75th birthday.

    series I Box 1 Folder 9 Item 329

    Correspondence, circa 1964 MS, TS, PR.

    Cards, letters, notes, telegrams. 99 printed and/or handwritten cards (including printed card from President and Mrs. Johnson), many with ms notes; 25 letters and notes; 6 telegrams, greeting Glenn Ward Dresbach on his 75th birthday.

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    Correspondence, circa 1964 MS, TS, PR.

    Cards, letters, notes, telegrams. 99 printed and/or handwritten cards (including printed card from President and Mrs. Johnson), many with ms notes; 25 letters and notes; 6 telegrams, greeting Glenn Ward Dresbach on his 75th birthday.

    series I Box 1 Folder 9 Item 331

    Correspondence, circa 1964 MS, TS, PR.

    Cards, letters, notes, telegrams. 99 printed and/or handwritten cards (including printed card from President and Mrs. Johnson), many with ms notes; 25 letters and notes; 6 telegrams, greeting Glenn Ward Dresbach on his 75th birthday.

    series I Box 1 Folder 9 Item 332

    Correspondence, circa 1964 MS, TS, PR.

    Cards, letters, notes, telegrams. 99 printed and/or handwritten cards (including printed card from President and Mrs. Johnson), many with ms notes; 25 letters and notes; 6 telegrams, greeting Glenn Ward Dresbach on his 75th birthday.

    series I Box 1 Folder 9 Item 333

    Correspondence, circa 1964 MS, TS, PR.

    Cards, letters, notes, telegrams. 99 printed and/or handwritten cards (including printed card from President and Mrs. Johnson), many with ms notes; 25 letters and notes; 6 telegrams, greeting Glenn Ward Dresbach on his 75th birthday.

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    Correspondence, circa 1964 MS, TS, PR.

    Cards, letters, notes, telegrams. 99 printed and/or handwritten cards (including printed card from President and Mrs. Johnson), many with ms notes; 25 letters and notes; 6 telegrams, greeting Glenn Ward Dresbach on his 75th birthday.

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    Correspondence, circa 1964 MS, TS, PR.

    Cards, letters, notes, telegrams. 99 printed and/or handwritten cards (including printed card from President and Mrs. Johnson), many with ms notes; 25 letters and notes; 6 telegrams, greeting Glenn Ward Dresbach on his 75th birthday.

    series I Box 1 Folder 9 Item 336

    Correspondence, circa 1964 MS, TS, PR.

    Cards, letters, notes, telegrams. 99 printed and/or handwritten cards (including printed card from President and Mrs. Johnson), many with ms notes; 25 letters and notes; 6 telegrams, greeting Glenn Ward Dresbach on his 75th birthday.

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    Correspondence, circa 1964 MS, TS, PR.

    Cards, letters, notes, telegrams. 99 printed and/or handwritten cards (including printed card from President and Mrs. Johnson), many with ms notes; 25 letters and notes; 6 telegrams, greeting Glenn Ward Dresbach on his 75th birthday.

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    Correspondence, circa 1964 MS, TS, PR.

    Cards, letters, notes, telegrams. 99 printed and/or handwritten cards (including printed card from President and Mrs. Johnson), many with ms notes; 25 letters and notes; 6 telegrams, greeting Glenn Ward Dresbach on his 75th birthday.

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    Correspondence, circa 1964 MS, TS, PR.

    Cards, letters, notes, telegrams. 99 printed and/or handwritten cards (including printed card from President and Mrs. Johnson), many with ms notes; 25 letters and notes; 6 telegrams, greeting Glenn Ward Dresbach on his 75th birthday.

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    Correspondence, circa 1964 MS, TS, PR.

    Cards, letters, notes, telegrams. 99 printed and/or handwritten cards (including printed card from President and Mrs. Johnson), many with ms notes; 25 letters and notes; 6 telegrams, greeting Glenn Ward Dresbach on his 75th birthday.

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    Correspondence, circa 1964 MS, TS, PR.

    Cards, letters, notes, telegrams. 99 printed and/or handwritten cards (including printed card from President and Mrs. Johnson), many with ms notes; 25 letters and notes; 6 telegrams, greeting Glenn Ward Dresbach on his 75th birthday.

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    Correspondence, circa 1964 MS, TS, PR.

    Cards, letters, notes, telegrams. 99 printed and/or handwritten cards (including printed card from President and Mrs. Johnson), many with ms notes; 25 letters and notes; 6 telegrams, greeting Glenn Ward Dresbach on his 75th birthday.

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    Correspondence, circa 1964 MS, TS, PR.

    Cards, letters, notes, telegrams. 99 printed and/or handwritten cards (including printed card from President and Mrs. Johnson), many with ms notes; 25 letters and notes; 6 telegrams, greeting Glenn Ward Dresbach on his 75th birthday.

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    Correspondence, circa 1964 MS, TS, PR.

    Cards, letters, notes, telegrams. 99 printed and/or handwritten cards (including printed card from President and Mrs. Johnson), many with ms notes; 25 letters and notes; 6 telegrams, greeting Glenn Ward Dresbach on his 75th birthday.

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    Correspondence, circa 1964 MS, TS, PR.

    Cards, letters, notes, telegrams. 99 printed and/or handwritten cards (including printed card from President and Mrs. Johnson), many with ms notes; 25 letters and notes; 6 telegrams, greeting Glenn Ward Dresbach on his 75th birthday.

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    Correspondence, circa 1964 MS, TS, PR.

    Cards, letters, notes, telegrams. 99 printed and/or handwritten cards (including printed card from President and Mrs. Johnson), many with ms notes; 25 letters and notes; 6 telegrams, greeting Glenn Ward Dresbach on his 75th birthday.

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    Correspondence, circa 1964 MS, TS, PR.

    Cards, letters, notes, telegrams. 99 printed and/or handwritten cards (including printed card from President and Mrs. Johnson), many with ms notes; 25 letters and notes; 6 telegrams, greeting Glenn Ward Dresbach on his 75th birthday.

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    Correspondence, circa 1964 MS, TS, PR.

    Cards, letters, notes, telegrams. 99 printed and/or handwritten cards (including printed card from President and Mrs. Johnson), many with ms notes; 25 letters and notes; 6 telegrams, greeting Glenn Ward Dresbach on his 75th birthday.

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    Correspondence, circa 1964 MS, TS, PR.

    Cards, letters, notes, telegrams. 99 printed and/or handwritten cards (including printed card from President and Mrs. Johnson), many with ms notes; 25 letters and notes; 6 telegrams, greeting Glenn Ward Dresbach on his 75th birthday.

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    Correspondence, circa 1964 MS, TS, PR.

    Cards, letters, notes, telegrams. 99 printed and/or handwritten cards (including printed card from President and Mrs. Johnson), many with ms notes; 25 letters and notes; 6 telegrams, greeting Glenn Ward Dresbach on his 75th birthday.

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    Correspondence, circa 1964 MS, TS, PR.

    Cards, letters, notes, telegrams. 99 printed and/or handwritten cards (including printed card from President and Mrs. Johnson), many with ms notes; 25 letters and notes; 6 telegrams, greeting Glenn Ward Dresbach on his 75th birthday.

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    Correspondence, circa 1964 MS, TS, PR.

    Cards, letters, notes, telegrams. 99 printed and/or handwritten cards (including printed card from President and Mrs. Johnson), many with ms notes; 25 letters and notes; 6 telegrams, greeting Glenn Ward Dresbach on his 75th birthday.

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    Correspondence, circa 1964 MS, TS, PR.

    Cards, letters, notes, telegrams. 99 printed and/or handwritten cards (including printed card from President and Mrs. Johnson), many with ms notes; 25 letters and notes; 6 telegrams, greeting Glenn Ward Dresbach on his 75th birthday.

    series I Box 1 Folder 9 Item 354

    Correspondence, circa 1964 MS, TS, PR.

    Cards, letters, notes, telegrams. 99 printed and/or handwritten cards (including printed card from President and Mrs. Johnson), many with ms notes; 25 letters and notes; 6 telegrams, greeting Glenn Ward Dresbach on his 75th birthday.

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    Correspondence, circa 1964 MS, TS, PR.

    Cards, letters, notes, telegrams. 99 printed and/or handwritten cards (including printed card from President and Mrs. Johnson), many with ms notes; 25 letters and notes; 6 telegrams, greeting Glenn Ward Dresbach on his 75th birthday.

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    Correspondence, circa 1964 MS, TS, PR.

    Cards, letters, notes, telegrams. 99 printed and/or handwritten cards (including printed card from President and Mrs. Johnson), many with ms notes; 25 letters and notes; 6 telegrams, greeting Glenn Ward Dresbach on his 75th birthday.

    series I Box 1 Folder 9 Item 357

    Correspondence, circa 1964 MS, TS, PR.

    Cards, letters, notes, telegrams. 99 printed and/or handwritten cards (including printed card from President and Mrs. Johnson), many with ms notes; 25 letters and notes; 6 telegrams, greeting Glenn Ward Dresbach on his 75th birthday.

    series I Box 1 Folder 9 Item 358

    Correspondence, circa 1964 MS, TS, PR.

    Cards, letters, notes, telegrams. 99 printed and/or handwritten cards (including printed card from President and Mrs. Johnson), many with ms notes; 25 letters and notes; 6 telegrams, greeting Glenn Ward Dresbach on his 75th birthday.

    series I Box 1 Folder 9 Item 359

    Correspondence, circa 1964 MS, TS, PR.

    Cards, letters, notes, telegrams. 99 printed and/or handwritten cards (including printed card from President and Mrs. Johnson), many with ms notes; 25 letters and notes; 6 telegrams, greeting Glenn Ward Dresbach on his 75th birthday.

    series I Box 1 Folder 9 Item 360

    Correspondence, circa 1964 MS, TS, PR.

    Cards, letters, notes, telegrams. 99 printed and/or handwritten cards (including printed card from President and Mrs. Johnson), many with ms notes; 25 letters and notes; 6 telegrams, greeting Glenn Ward Dresbach on his 75th birthday.

    series I Box 1 Folder 9 Item 361

    Correspondence, circa 1964 MS, TS, PR.

    Cards, letters, notes, telegrams. 99 printed and/or handwritten cards (including printed card from President and Mrs. Johnson), many with ms notes; 25 letters and notes; 6 telegrams, greeting Glenn Ward Dresbach on his 75th birthday.

    series I Box 1 Folder 9 Item 362

    Correspondence, circa 1964 MS, TS, PR.

    Cards, letters, notes, telegrams. 99 printed and/or handwritten cards (including printed card from President and Mrs. Johnson), many with ms notes; 25 letters and notes; 6 telegrams, greeting Glenn Ward Dresbach on his 75th birthday.

    series I Box 1 Folder 9 Item 363

    Correspondence, circa 1964 MS, TS, PR.

    Cards, letters, notes, telegrams. 99 printed and/or handwritten cards (including printed card from President and Mrs. Johnson), many with ms notes; 25 letters and notes; 6 telegrams, greeting Glenn Ward Dresbach on his 75th birthday.

    series I Box 1 Folder 9 Item 364

    Correspondence, circa 1964 MS, TS, PR.

    Cards, letters, notes, telegrams. 99 printed and/or handwritten cards (including printed card from President and Mrs. Johnson), many with ms notes; 25 letters and notes; 6 telegrams, greeting Glenn Ward Dresbach on his 75th birthday.

    series I Box 1 Folder 9 Item 365

    Correspondence, circa 1964 MS, TS, PR.

    Cards, letters, notes, telegrams. 99 printed and/or handwritten cards (including printed card from President and Mrs. Johnson), many with ms notes; 25 letters and notes; 6 telegrams, greeting Glenn Ward Dresbach on his 75th birthday.

    series I Box 1 Folder 9 Item 366

    Correspondence, circa 1964 MS, TS, PR.

    Cards, letters, notes, telegrams. 99 printed and/or handwritten cards (including printed card from President and Mrs. Johnson), many with ms notes; 25 letters and notes; 6 telegrams, greeting Glenn Ward Dresbach on his 75th birthday.

    series I Box 1 Folder 9 Item 367

    Correspondence, circa 1964 MS, TS, PR.

    Cards, letters, notes, telegrams. 99 printed and/or handwritten cards (including printed card from President and Mrs. Johnson), many with ms notes; 25 letters and notes; 6 telegrams, greeting Glenn Ward Dresbach on his 75th birthday.

    series I Box 1 Folder 9 Item 368

    Correspondence, circa 1964 MS, TS, PR.

    Cards, letters, notes, telegrams. 99 printed and/or handwritten cards (including printed card from President and Mrs. Johnson), many with ms notes; 25 letters and notes; 6 telegrams, greeting Glenn Ward Dresbach on his 75th birthday.

    series I Box 1 Folder 9 Item 369

    Correspondence, circa 1964 MS, TS, PR.

    Cards, letters, notes, telegrams. 99 printed and/or handwritten cards (including printed card from President and Mrs. Johnson), many with ms notes; 25 letters and notes; 6 telegrams, greeting Glenn Ward Dresbach on his 75th birthday.

    series I Box 1 Folder 9 Item 370

    Correspondence, circa 1964 MS, TS, PR.

    Cards, letters, notes, telegrams. 99 printed and/or handwritten cards (including printed card from President and Mrs. Johnson), many with ms notes; 25 letters and notes; 6 telegrams, greeting Glenn Ward Dresbach on his 75th birthday.

    series I Box 1 Folder 9 Item 371

    Correspondence, circa 1964 MS, TS, PR.

    Cards, letters, notes, telegrams. 99 printed and/or handwritten cards (including printed card from President and Mrs. Johnson), many with ms notes; 25 letters and notes; 6 telegrams, greeting Glenn Ward Dresbach on his 75th birthday.

    series I Box 1 Folder 9 Item 372

    Correspondence, circa 1964 MS, TS, PR.

    Cards, letters, notes, telegrams. 99 printed and/or handwritten cards (including printed card from President and Mrs. Johnson), many with ms notes; 25 letters and notes; 6 telegrams, greeting Glenn Ward Dresbach on his 75th birthday.

    series I Box 1 Folder 9 Item 373

    Correspondence, circa 1964 MS, TS, PR.

    Cards, letters, notes, telegrams. 99 printed and/or handwritten cards (including printed card from President and Mrs. Johnson), many with ms notes; 25 letters and notes; 6 telegrams, greeting Glenn Ward Dresbach on his 75th birthday.

    series I Box 1 Folder 9 Item 374

    Correspondence, circa 1964 MS, TS, PR.

    Cards, letters, notes, telegrams. 99 printed and/or handwritten cards (including printed card from President and Mrs. Johnson), many with ms notes; 25 letters and notes; 6 telegrams, greeting Glenn Ward Dresbach on his 75th birthday.

    series I Box 1 Folder 9 Item 375

    Correspondence, circa 1964 MS, TS, PR.

    Cards, letters, notes, telegrams. 99 printed and/or handwritten cards (including printed card from President and Mrs. Johnson), many with ms notes; 25 letters and notes; 6 telegrams, greeting Glenn Ward Dresbach on his 75th birthday.

    series I Box 1 Folder 9 Item 376

    Correspondence, circa 1964 MS, TS, PR.

    Cards, letters, notes, telegrams. 99 printed and/or handwritten cards (including printed card from President and Mrs. Johnson), many with ms notes; 25 letters and notes; 6 telegrams, greeting Glenn Ward Dresbach on his 75th birthday.

    series I Box 1 Folder 9 Item 377

    Correspondence, circa 1964 MS, TS, PR.

    Cards, letters, notes, telegrams. 99 printed and/or handwritten cards (including printed card from President and Mrs. Johnson), many with ms notes; 25 letters and notes; 6 telegrams, greeting Glenn Ward Dresbach on his 75th birthday.

    series I Box 1 Folder 9 Item 378

    Correspondence, circa 1964 MS, TS, PR.

    Cards, letters, notes, telegrams. 99 printed and/or handwritten cards (including printed card from President and Mrs. Johnson), many with ms notes; 25 letters and notes; 6 telegrams, greeting Glenn Ward Dresbach on his 75th birthday.

    series I Box 1 Folder 9 Item 379

    Correspondence, circa 1964 MS, TS, PR.

    Cards, letters, notes, telegrams. 99 printed and/or handwritten cards (including printed card from President and Mrs. Johnson), many with ms notes; 25 letters and notes; 6 telegrams, greeting Glenn Ward Dresbach on his 75th birthday.

    series I Box 1 Folder 9 Item 380

    Correspondence, circa 1964 MS, TS, PR.

    Cards, letters, notes, telegrams. 99 printed and/or handwritten cards (including printed card from President and Mrs. Johnson), many with ms notes; 25 letters and notes; 6 telegrams, greeting Glenn Ward Dresbach on his 75th birthday.

    series I Box 1 Folder 9 Item 381

    Correspondence, circa 1964 MS, TS, PR.

    Cards, letters, notes, telegrams. 99 printed and/or handwritten cards (including printed card from President and Mrs. Johnson), many with ms notes; 25 letters and notes; 6 telegrams, greeting Glenn Ward Dresbach on his 75th birthday.

    series I Box 1 Folder 9 Item 382

    Correspondence, circa 1964 MS, TS, PR.

    Cards, letters, notes, telegrams. 99 printed and/or handwritten cards (including printed card from President and Mrs. Johnson), many with ms notes; 25 letters and notes; 6 telegrams, greeting Glenn Ward Dresbach on his 75th birthday.

    series I Box 1 Folder 9 Item 383

    Correspondence, circa 1964 MS, TS, PR.

    Cards, letters, notes, telegrams. 99 printed and/or handwritten cards (including printed card from President and Mrs. Johnson), many with ms notes; 25 letters and notes; 6 telegrams, greeting Glenn Ward Dresbach on his 75th birthday.

    series I Box 1 Folder 9 Item 384

    Correspondence, circa 1964 MS, TS, PR.

    Cards, letters, notes, telegrams. 99 printed and/or handwritten cards (including printed card from President and Mrs. Johnson), many with ms notes; 25 letters and notes; 6 telegrams, greeting Glenn Ward Dresbach on his 75th birthday.

    series I Box 1 Folder 9 Item 385

    Correspondence, circa 1964 MS, TS, PR.

    Cards, letters, notes, telegrams. 99 printed and/or handwritten cards (including printed card from President and Mrs. Johnson), many with ms notes; 25 letters and notes; 6 telegrams, greeting Glenn Ward Dresbach on his 75th birthday.

    series I Box 1 Folder 9 Item 386

    Correspondence, circa 1964 MS, TS, PR.

    Cards, letters, notes, telegrams. 99 printed and/or handwritten cards (including printed card from President and Mrs. Johnson), many with ms notes; 25 letters and notes; 6 telegrams, greeting Glenn Ward Dresbach on his 75th birthday.

    series I Box 1 Folder 9 Item 387

    Correspondence, circa 1964 MS, TS, PR.

    Cards, letters, notes, telegrams. 99 printed and/or handwritten cards (including printed card from President and Mrs. Johnson), many with ms notes; 25 letters and notes; 6 telegrams, greeting Glenn Ward Dresbach on his 75th birthday.

    series I Box 1 Folder 9 Item 388

    Correspondence, circa 1964 MS, TS, PR.

    Cards, letters, notes, telegrams. 99 printed and/or handwritten cards (including printed card from President and Mrs. Johnson), many with ms notes; 25 letters and notes; 6 telegrams, greeting Glenn Ward Dresbach on his 75th birthday.

    series I Box 1 Folder 9 Item 389

    Correspondence, circa 1964 MS, TS, PR.

    Cards, letters, notes, telegrams. 99 printed and/or handwritten cards (including printed card from President and Mrs. Johnson), many with ms notes; 25 letters and notes; 6 telegrams, greeting Glenn Ward Dresbach on his 75th birthday.

    series I Box 1 Folder 9 Item 390

    Correspondence, circa 1964 MS, TS, PR.

    Cards, letters, notes, telegrams. 99 printed and/or handwritten cards (including printed card from President and Mrs. Johnson), many with ms notes; 25 letters and notes; 6 telegrams, greeting Glenn Ward Dresbach on his 75th birthday.

    series I Box 1 Folder 9 Item 391

    Correspondence, circa 1964 MS, TS, PR.

    Cards, letters, notes, telegrams. 99 printed and/or handwritten cards (including printed card from President and Mrs. Johnson), many with ms notes; 25 letters and notes; 6 telegrams, greeting Glenn Ward Dresbach on his 75th birthday.

    series I Box 1 Folder 9 Item 392

    Correspondence, circa 1964 MS, TS, PR.

    Cards, letters, notes, telegrams. 99 printed and/or handwritten cards (including printed card from President and Mrs. Johnson), many with ms notes; 25 letters and notes; 6 telegrams, greeting Glenn Ward Dresbach on his 75th birthday.

    series I Box 1 Folder 9 Item 393

    Correspondence, circa 1964 MS, TS, PR.

    Cards, letters, notes, telegrams. 99 printed and/or handwritten cards (including printed card from President and Mrs. Johnson), many with ms notes; 25 letters and notes; 6 telegrams, greeting Glenn Ward Dresbach on his 75th birthday.

    series I Box 1 Folder 9 Item 394

    Correspondence, circa 1964 MS, TS, PR.

    Cards, letters, notes, telegrams. 99 printed and/or handwritten cards (including printed card from President and Mrs. Johnson), many with ms notes; 25 letters and notes; 6 telegrams, greeting Glenn Ward Dresbach on his 75th birthday.

    series I Box 1 Folder 9 Item 395

    Correspondence, circa 1964 MS, TS, PR.

    Cards, letters, notes, telegrams. 99 printed and/or handwritten cards (including printed card from President and Mrs. Johnson), many with ms notes; 25 letters and notes; 6 telegrams, greeting Glenn Ward Dresbach on his 75th birthday.

    series I Box 1 Folder 9 Item 396

    Correspondence, circa 1964 MS, TS, PR.

    Cards, letters, notes, telegrams. 99 printed and/or handwritten cards (including printed card from President and Mrs. Johnson), many with ms notes; 25 letters and notes; 6 telegrams, greeting Glenn Ward Dresbach on his 75th birthday.

    series I Box 1 Folder 9 Item 397

    Correspondence, circa 1964 MS, TS, PR.

    Cards, letters, notes, telegrams. 99 printed and/or handwritten cards (including printed card from President and Mrs. Johnson), many with ms notes; 25 letters and notes; 6 telegrams, greeting Glenn Ward Dresbach on his 75th birthday.

    series I Box 1 Folder 9 Item 398

    Correspondence, October 9, 1964 TLS. 1p.

    Amado and Lily Yuzon (Quezon City, Philippines) to Glenn Ward Dresbach and Beverley Githens Dresbach (Eureka Springs, Arkansas); regarding first Poetry Day in the Philippines; attaching: Enclosure. Proclamation. TS copy. 1p. Dissado Macapagal, Pres. Philippines, proclaiming October 15, 1964, as Poetry Day.

    series I Box 1 Folder 9 Item 399

    Correspondence, July 6, 1965 TLS. 1p.

    Lyndon Baines Johnson (The White House, Washington, D.C.) to Glenn Ward Dresbach (Eureka Springs, Arkansas); expressing the indebtedness of the country, personal admiration and good wishes.

    series I Box 1 Folder 9 Item 400

    Correspondence, circa 1965 ALS. 4p.

    Patty, Johnny, Ben, Cathy, Mary and Honey [Daggett] (South Haven, Michigan) to Dearest Auntie and Glennie; from nieces and nephews to Beverley Githens Dresbach and Glenn Ward Dresbach regarding President Johnson's letter [Number 399, q.v.] and family news.

    series I Box 1 Folder 9 Item 401

    Correspondence, July 28, 1965 ALS. 3p.

    Leo and ? [place?] to Glenn Ward Dresbach and Beverley Githens Dresbach (Eureka Springs, Arkansas); regarding President Johnson's letter [Number 399, q.v.] and personal matters.

    series I Box 1 Folder 9 Item 402

    Correspondence, July 29, 1965 TLS. 1p.

    Eva and Fanny Lepansky (Dallas, Texas) to Glenn Ward Dresbach and Beverley Githens Dresbach (Eureka Springs, Arkansas); regarding honors to both and President Johnson's letter to Glenn Ward Dresbach [Number 399, q.v.]

    series I Box 1 Folder 9 Item 403

    Correspondence, July 31, 1965 TLS. 1p.

    Sue [Abbott Boyd] (Fort Smith, Arkansas) to Glenn Ward Dresbach (Eureka Springs, Arkansas); regarding insertion of poems in Congressional Record of July 21. [Series _, Number _]

    series I Box 1 Folder 9 Item 404

    Correspondence, August 25, 1965 ALS. 2p.

    Harold H. Leake (Aurora, Missouri) to Glenn Ward Dresbach (Eureka Springs, Arkansas); complimentary about The Continuity if Courage; attaching: Bulletin. Proc PR. 4p. Saint James Episcopal Church, Eureka Springs, September 5, 1965 with The Continuity of Courage on p.4.

    series I Box 1 Folder 9 Item 405

    Correspondence, circa 1966 MS.

    Postcard. Edsel [Ford] (New York, New York) to [Glenn Ward Dresbach and Beverley Githens Dresbach?]; regarding appearance at event honoring Edsel Ford.

    series I Box 1 Folder 9 Item 406

    Correspondence, undated ALS. 1p.

    Ted Malone [i.e. Frank Alden Russell] (Pictorial Review, New York, New York?) to Glenn Ward Dresbach (Lanark, Illinois?); remarking on comparative Number of poems Glenn Ward Dresbach sold to Pictorial Review.

    series I Box 1 Folder 9 Item 407

    Correspondence, undated TLS. 1p.

    Ted Malone [i.e. Frank Alden Russell] (New York, New York) to Glenn Ward Dresbach (Lanark, Illinois?); requesting permission to use a poem in forthcoming anthology.

    series I Box 1 Folder 9 Item 408

    Correspondence, undated ALS. 2p.

    Beulah May (Santa Ana, California) to Glenn Ward Dresbach (Eureka Springs, Arkansas?); complimentary about poetry.

    series I Box 1 Folder 9 Item 409

    Correspondence, undated ALS. 2l.

    (folder) Adelaide Hannaford (Winthrop, Massachusetts) to Glenn Ward Dresbach (Lanark, Illinois?); complimentary about Two Pairs of Gloves.

    series I Box 1 Folder 9 Item 410

    Correspondence, undated MS/PR.

    John Gillespie (Greenock, Rinfrewshire, Scotland) to Glenn Ward Dresbach (Eureka Springs, Arkansas?); extending holiday greetings.

    series I Box 1 Folder 9 Item 411

    Correspondence, undated AN.

    Frag. [name ?, place ?] to [name ?, place ?] Regarding tribute paid Glenn Ward Dresbach in Arkansas Gazette, June 9, 1963; attaching printed label: Mrs. E. F. Blomeyer, 1016 Hearn Street, Blytheville, Arkansas.

    series 2: Literary Manuscripts,

    undated

    Arranged in two subseries.

    subseries A: Manuscripts of published books,

    circa 1912-1950

    series II: 1 Box 2 Folder 1 Item 1

    Manuscript, circa 1949-1950 TS. 270l.

    Complete typewritten manuscript, in final draft, of The Collected Poems (1914-1948) of Glenn Ward Dresbach [Caxton Printers, 1950 q.v.]. (See fragments of preliminary and working drafts, lists, notes, etc., in series 9).

    series II: 1 Box 2 Folder 2 Item 2a

    Manuscript, 1939-1944 MS/TS, MS/TScopy, MS/PR.

    82 items. 81 poems, many with ANs indicating date and/or periodical of original publication, payment received, etc.; in envelope.

    series II: 1 Box 2 Folder 2 Item 2b

    Envelope, circa 1944 MS. 12x8 1/2

    Envelope labeled, Portion of Section VIII, Last Poems of The Collected Poems (1914-1944) of Glenn Ward Dresbach, and with other ms notations regarding content; 81 poems enclosed.

    series II: 1 Box 2 Folder 2 Item 3

    White Ballet (Down wide, hushed stairways of the air,...), November 23, 1942 16 lines on 1p. TS copy.

    With AN Weekly Magazine Section on Christian Science Monitor and AN Sold to Weekly Magazine Section of the Christian Science Monitor 11/23/42 $5.00.

    series II: 1 Box 2 Folder 2 Item 4

    Autumn Song (A little wind will loosen now...), undated 12 lines on 1p. TS.

    With AN Sat Eve Post and AN Collected Poems.

    series II: 1 Box 2 Folder 2 Item 5

    Honey In The Wall (Since no one claims the old house any more,...), undated 28 lines on 1p. TS copy.

    With AN Yale Review and AN From The Collected Poems (1914-1948) Caxton Printers, Limited

    series II: 1 Box 2 Folder 2 Item 6

    Heat Lightning (That lightning led no symphonies...), undated 28 lines on 1p. TS.

    With AN Farm Home.

    series II: 1 Box 2 Folder 2 Item 7

    Travelers (The people who have stayed the most...), April 5, 1943 12 lines on 1p. TS copy.

    With AN Portland Oregonian and AN Sold to Portland Oregonian 4/5/43 $1.00.

    series II: 1 Box 2 Folder 2 Item 8

    The Wild Roses (Beside the road, the town dump desecrates...), undated 14 lines on 1p. TS.

    With AN Saint Anthony Messenger and AN Saint Anthony Messenger 4.00.

    series II: 1 Box 2 Folder 2 Item 9

    Stars In Water (We can kneel now on the sand...), July 3, 1940 12 lines on 1p. TS copy.

    With AN Sold to Christian Science Monitor 7/3/40 $3.00 paid 7/3/40.

    series II: 1 Box 2 Folder 2 Item 10

    Apples Over A Fence (Small boys, through summer days about resigned...), April 16, 1943 14 lines on 1p. TS copy.

    With AN Good Housekeeping and AN Sold to Good Housekeeping 4/16/43 $14.00.

    series II: 1 Box 2 Folder 2 Item 11

    The Little Owls (The road through the wood was hard and rough...), December 21, 1939 12 lines on 1p. TS copy.

    With AN Collected Poems and AN Sold to Christian Science Monitor 12/21/39 $3.50.

    series II: 1 Box 2 Folder 2 Item 12

    We Do Not Say Farewell (We do not say farewell when morning goes...), undated 15 lines on 1p. TS.

    With AN Weekly Magazine Section Christian Science Monitor and AN Weekly Magazine Section Christian Science Monitor 10.00.

    series II: 1 Box 2 Folder 2 Item 13

    A Chinese Print (The frail arch of the airy bridge is caught...), 1939 14 lines on 1p. TS.

    With AN Collected Poems and AN Step Ladder. 1939 Ruth Baldwin Pierson Award $25.00.

    series II: 1 Box 2 Folder 2 Item 14

    Covered Bridge (Gone now are scars of flood and pounding storm,...), undated 16 lines on 1p. TS.

    With TN From Classmate.

    series II: 1 Box 2 Folder 2 Item 15

    On Being Asked Where Will The New Poets Come From (Where will the new poets come from?...), undated 24 lines on 1p. TS.

    With TN From The New York Times.

    series II: 1 Box 2 Folder 2 Item 16

    Let There Be Kites Again (Let there be kites again-...), December 7, 1937 18 lines on 1p. TS.

    With AN Make copy for Light and Shadow Section, Earth-Circles and Horizons and AN Accepted The Atlantic Monthly 12/7/37 $25.00.

    series II: 1 Box 2 Folder 2 Item 17

    The Last Corn Shock (I remember how we stood...), March 30, 1940 21 lines on 1p. TS.

    With AN Sold to Poetry, a magazine of verse 3/30/40.

    series II: 1 Box 2 Folder 2 Item 18

    The Field (I stand again in the field...), undated 21 lines on 1p. TS.

    With AN Sold to Poetry, a magazine of verse $15.00.

    series II: 1 Box 2 Folder 2 Item 19

    The Haunted House (Deserted, it stands in a cup...), undated 22 lines on 1p. TS.

    series II: 1 Box 2 Folder 2 Item 20

    The Edge (He always said a scythe was meant...), October 30, 1940 16 lines on 1p. TS.

    With AN Sold to The New York Times 10/30/40 $7.50.

    series II: 1 Box 2 Folder 2 Item 21

    Spring Morning (A broken bough on the tree-...), undated 16 lines on 1p. TS.

    series II: 1 Box 2 Folder 2 Item 22

    Old Wedgewood Plates (In delicate reliefs, white figures held...), undated TS copy.

    With AN To Sell.

    series II: 1 Box 2 Folder 2 Item 23

    A Christmas Letter (The inn is dust, in shifting sands;...), undated 28 lines on 1p. TS.

    With AN Ladies' Home Journal and AN Ladies' Home Journal $28.00.

    series II: 1 Box 2 Folder 2 Item 24

    Sent For Water, undated 24 [originally 30] lines on 1p. TS.

    [Second stanza of 6 lines marked out.]

    series II: 1 Box 2 Folder 2 Item 25

    The Hill Pasture (He had never found the time to tame...), undated 26 lines on 1p. TS.

    series II: 1 Box 2 Folder 2 Item 26

    On Building A Wood Fire (In youth we seemed to think the greatest pile...), September 27, 1940 14 lines on 1p. TS copy.

    With AN Sold to Ladies' Home Journal 9/27/40 $14.00.

    series II: 1 Box 2 Folder 2 Item 27

    My Christmas Tree (My Christmas Tree is on a height...), March 22, 1940 22 lines on 1p. TS copy.

    With AN Sold to Ladies' Home Journal 3/22/40 $22.00.

    series II: 1 Box 2 Folder 2 Item 28

    Larkspur (The larkspur may remind someone...), undated 22 lines on 1p. TS copy.

    With AN Weekly Magazine Section Christian Science Monitor and AN Weekly Magazine Section Christian Science Monitor 10.00.

    series II: 1 Box 2 Folder 2 Item 29

    Where Dreams Have Been (Where stars have glowed in water, brightness stays...), July 15, 1945 14 lines on 1p. TS.

    With AN Sold to New York Times 7/15/45 $7.50 published.

    series II: 1 Box 2 Folder 2 Item 30

    Moment Romantique (This is a tapestry that fades...), undated 16 lines on 1p. TS copy.

    With AN Talaria 1940 [marked over] and AN Talaria.

    series II: 1 Box 2 Folder 2 Item 31

    The End (Now, for the last time, I gather...), undated 18 lines on 1p. TS copy.

    series II: 1 Box 2 Folder 2 Item 32

    Words (Words have no boundaries in which confined...), undated 14 lines on 1p. TS.

    With AN Ladies' Home Journal [marked over] and AN The Catholic World 7.50.

    series II: 1 Box 2 Folder 2 Item 33

    The Two Towns (The prairie, through its haze,...), undated 24 lines on 1p. TS.

    series II: 1 Box 2 Folder 2 Item 34

    Dewdrop (It is the perfect gem we cannot wear,...), April 5, 1943 14 lines on 1p. TS copy.

    With AN Weekly Magazine Section Christian Science Monitor and AN Sold to Weekly Magazine Section Christian Science Monitor 4/5/43 $7.00.

    series II: 1 Box 2 Folder 2 Item 35

    Permanence (They said the heights of cold majestic stone...), February 4, 1941 14 lines on 1p. TS copy.

    With AN Sold to the Personalist, a quarterly journal of Philosophy, Theology and Libraries...2/4/41 $3.00.

    series II: 1 Box 2 Folder 2 Item 36

    Flax Flower (At dawn, five petals, the color...), June 29, 1940 16 lines on 1p. TS copy.

    With AN Sold to Weekly Magazine Section Christian Science Monitor 6/29/1940 $7.50.

    series II: 1 Box 2 Folder 2 Item 37

    Bloodroot In An Old Field (So often trampled and so often plowed,...), June 6, 1940 10 lines on 1p. TS copy.

    [Penciled revisions] With AN Sold to New York Times 6/6/40 $7.50.

    series II: 1 Box 2 Folder 2 Item 38

    Tree Sounds (Trees keep the sound of water in their leaves...), June 21, 1940 14 lines on 1p. TS copy.

    With ms title above typed title and AN Sold to Christian Science Monitor Weekly Magazine Section $7.50 6/21/40 paid.

    series II: 1 Box 2 Folder 2 Item 39

    It Is Summer (1940) (It is summer but the birds...), June 21, 1940 18 lines on 1p. TS copy.

    With ms (1940) under title and AN Sold to the New York Sun 6/21/40 $4.00 paid 6/29/40.

    series II: 1 Box 2 Folder 2 Item 40

    The Fountain (At first I thought it was the sound...), undated 18 lines on 1p. TS copy.

    series II: 1 Box 2 Folder 2 Item 41

    Late Comers (From that lone dark before...), undated 12 lines on 1p. TS copy.

    series II: 1 Box 2 Folder 2 Item 42

    Song (No drowsy wind or soothing rain...), undated 12 lines on 1p. TS copy.

    series II: 1 Box 2 Folder 2 Item 43

    Ground Bird's Nest ( 'Well, what did the fellow have to say?'...), undated 16 lines on 1p. TS copy.

    series II: 1 Box 2 Folder 2 Item 44

    Chimney Swallows (These are the swiftest sparks that fly...), undated 16 lines on 1p. TS copy.

    series II: 1 Box 2 Folder 2 Item 45

    The Quail (He said a quail nest that he happened on...), undated 14 lines on 1p. PR.

    Clipping from Southern Literary Messenger with AN Use in Collected Poems. [Another poem The Fountain, on same page, has diagonal pencil line through it.]

    series II: 1 Box 2 Folder 2 Item 46

    Leaf-Edge (We shall come back from staring down...), undated 18 lines on 1p. TS.

    With AN Weekly Magazine Section Christian Science Monitor and Weekly Magazine Section Christian Monitor 10.00.

    series II: 1 Box 2 Folder 2 Item 47

    Colts (Mock wildness leaps to morning, and they run...), undated 14 lines on 1p. TS.

    With AN Weekly Magazine Section, Christian Science Monitor and AN Weekly Magazine Section, Christian Science Monitor 10.00.

    series II: 1 Box 2 Folder 2 Item 48

    Night (Ages ago the families huddled...), undated 24 lines on 1p. TS.

    With AN The American Mercury and AN American Mercury 10.00.

    series II: 1 Box 2 Folder 2 Item 49

    Stir Of Wings (Watch for a while, if you will,.., undated 11 lines on 1p. TS.

    With AN Home Forum Page, Christian Monitor and AN Home Forum Page Christian Science Monitor 3.50.

    series II: 1 Box 2 Folder 2 Item 50

    It Was The Heart (The heart had known before...), undated 16 lines on 1p. TS.

    With AN New York Sun and AN New York Sun 4.00.

    series II: 1 Box 2 Folder 2 Item 51

    Man Of Few Words (He was a man of few words... ...), undated 5 lines on 1p. TS.

    With AN American Mercury and AN American Mercury 2.50.

    series II: 1 Box 2 Folder 2 Item 52

    Traveler's Return (I swear no other firmament...), undated 20 lines on 1p. TS.

    With AN Contemporary Poetry and AN Contemporary Poetry.

    series II: 1 Box 2 Folder 2 Item 53

    Song (Light flashes on a wing...), undated 13 lines on 1p. TS.

    With AN Adult Student and AN Adult Student 3.00.

    series II: 1 Box 2 Folder 2 Item 54

    On Flushing A Cock Pheasant (The marching banners of the corn...), undated 20 lines on 1p. TS.

    With AN Boys Today and AN Boys Today 10.00.

    series II: 1 Box 2 Folder 2 Item 55

    Spring-And War (Earth quickens even at the mangled edge...), undated 14 lines on 1p.

    With AN Holland's and AN Holland's 7.00.

    series II: 1 Box 2 Folder 2 Item 56

    Shower Of Dew (Stars are still bright in the spring...), undated 12 lines on 1p. TS.

    With AN Washington Post Poems and AN Washington Post Poems 3.00.

    series II: 1 Box 2 Folder 2 Item 57

    Marsh Creek (Dark water flows between...), undated 18 lines on 1p. TS.

    With AN Washington Post Poems and AN Washington Post Poems 4.50.

    series II: 1 Box 2 Folder 2 Item 58

    Watching By A Sick Bed (Around us silence of the night,...), undated 12 lines on 1p. TS.

    With AN Adult Student and AN Adult Student 2.00.

    series II: 1 Box 2 Folder 2 Item 59

    Trapped Waters (These are the waters left by floods or rain...), undated 18 lines on 1p. TS.

    With AN New York Times and AN New York Times 7.50.

    series II: 1 Box 2 Folder 2 Item 60

    Raindrop (It is a lovely thing...), undated 14 lines on 1p. TS.

    With AN Oregonian Verse and AN Portland Oregonian 1.00.

    series II: 1 Box 2 Folder 2 Item 61

    Winter Wheat (Recently I have planted here,...), December 22, 1942 18 lines on 1p. TS copy.

    With AN Sold to Home Forum Page Christian Science Monitor 12/22/42 $4.00.

    series II: 1 Box 2 Folder 2 Item 62

    Brief Wings (These wings are never swift...), October 19, 1942 12 lines on 1p. TS.

    With AN New York Sun and AN New York Sun 10/19/42.

    series II: 1 Box 2 Folder 2 Item 63

    Herb Gardens (Now that necessity has made...), February 4, 1943 18 lines on 1p. TS copy.

    With AN Household and AN Sold to Household 2/4/43 $9.00.

    series II: 1 Box 2 Folder 2 Item 64

    A Child's Questions (Eyes learning to explore...), undated 16 lines on 1p. TS.

    With AN New York Times and AN New York Times 7.50.

    series II: 1 Box 2 Folder 2 Item 65

    Wood Thursh (Here on the rim of night, here at the edge of autumn,...), September 20, 1942 12 lines on 1p. TS copy.

    With AN Washington Post Poems and AN Washington Post Poems 9/20/1942 3.00 paid.

    series II: 1 Box 2 Folder 2 Item 66

    Colt In The Wire (He had raced the clouds, and tossed...), October 10, 1942 18 lines on 1p. TS copy.

    With AN Poetry Chap-Book and AN Sold to the Poetry Chap-Book 10/10/42 $3.60. [penciled revision of one word, line 17].

    series II: 1 Box 2 Folder 2 Item 67

    A Peddler Beats His Horse (The horse was sway-backed and old,...), undated 24 lines on 1p. TS copy.

    With AN New Masses?, lined out, and AN Yankee. [penciled interlinear addition of a, line 11].

    series II: 1 Box 2 Folder 2 Item 68

    Tired Hands (They hang limply now in the soft dusk...), undated 13 lines on 1p. TS.

    series II: 1 Box 2 Folder 2 Item 69

    The Peddlers Of Paris -1943- (Where are the peddlers of Paris?-...), November 23, 1943 24 lines on 1p. TS copy.

    [-1943- in ms. under title]. With AN Saturday Evening Post and AN Sold to Saturday Evening Post 11/23/43 $50.00.

    series II: 1 Box 2 Folder 2 Item 70

    These Moments (These moments from our hands escape...), undated 16 lines on 1p. TS.

    With AN New York Times.

    series II: 1 Box 2 Folder 2 Item 71

    Song (The arrows of the wind are sharp...), July 28, 1943 12 lines on 1p. TS.

    With AN Washington Post Poems and AN Washington Post Poems 7/28/43.

    series II: 1 Box 2 Folder 2 Item 72

    Hill Of Cedars (This was their choice at the edge...), August 1943 10 lines on 1p. TS.

    With AN Home Forum, Page, Christian Monitor and AN Home Forum Page of the Christian Science Monitor August 1943.

    series II: 1 Box 2 Folder 2 Item 73

    We Burn The Leaves -1943-, 1943 24 lines on 1p. TS copy.

    [-1943- in ms under title] With AN New York Times.

    series II: 1 Box 2 Folder 2 Item 74

    So Soon The Fruit (So soon the fruit follows...), August 23, 1943 13 lines on 1p. TS.

    With AN Washington Post Poems and AN Washington Post Poems 8/23/43.

    series II: 1 Box 2 Folder 2 Item 75

    Left-Over Wood (Ask one who knows and he will say...), May 6, 1943 20 lines on 1p. TS copy.

    With AN Last Section [lined over]; AN Saturday Evening Post and AN Sold to Saturday Evening Post 5/6/43 $45.00.

    series II: 1 Box 2 Folder 2 Item 76

    The Copperhead, I, II, III, IV. I. (Jed had been restless. Spring had come this year...), undated 128 lines on 3l. TS copy.

    [Narrative poem].

    series II: 1 Box 2 Folder 2 Item 77

    Autumnal (Once I could see a golden leaf...), September 27, 1943 15 lines on 1p. TS copy.

    With AN New York Sun and AN New York Sun 9/27/43 $4.00.

    series II: 1 Box 2 Folder 2 Item 78

    Old Barn In Winter (Its mows, still full of clover hay, retain...), September 11, 1943 14 lines on 1p. TS copy.

    With AN Good Housekeeping and AN Sold to Good Housekeeping 9/11/43 $15.00.

    series II: 1 Box 2 Folder 2 Item 79

    Beauty Defends (Beauty defends itself against all comers:...), undated 14 lines on 1p. TS copy.

    series II: 1 Box 2 Folder 2 Item 80

    Ashes (Since the first lone fire was started...), undated 24 lines on 1p. TS.

    series II: 1 Box 2 Folder 2 Item 81

    Chain Of Flowers (The bright-eyed flowers bound them...), February 19, 1944 16 lines on 1p. TS copy.

    With AN Sold to Household 2/19/44 $8.00.

    series II: 1 Box 2 Folder 2 Item 82

    Danger (The prophet's warning and the sage's word...), undated 14 lines on 1p. TS.

    With AN Holland's and AN Holland's 7.00.

    series II: 1 Box 2 Folder 2 Item 83

    To One Reported Missing (You are but absent from assembled ranks...), June 17, 1943 14 lines on 1p. TS.

    With AN New York Times and AN New York Times 6/17/43 7.50.

    series II: 1 Box 2 Folder 3 Item 84a

    Manuscript, undated, circa 1944 TS, TS copy, MS/TS,MS/PR.

    [84-115] 33 items. 32 poems with preceding title-page.

    series II: 1 Box 2 Folder 3 Item 84b

    Title-page, undated, circa 1944 1p.

    Section I. Of Light and Shadow.

    series II: 1 Box 2 Folder 3 Item 85

    Last Lark Of Summer (Rise like a golden spark...), undated 24 lines on 1p. TS.

    series II: 1 Box 2 Folder 3 Item 86

    Autumn Threnody (Earth, heap the gold we cannot take away. ...), undated 40 lines on 1p. TS.

    series II: 1 Box 2 Folder 3 Item 87

    Hawk In The Twilight (He drifts from dusts of twilight sifted there...), undated 14 lines on 1p. TS.

    series II: 1 Box 2 Folder 3 Item 88

    Wren's House (You have a door...), undated 20 lines on 1p. TS.

    series II: 1 Box 2 Folder 3 Item 89

    To A Thrush In LaSalle Street (Some unseen maelstrom of rebellious air...), undated 40 lines on 1p. TS.

    series II: 1 Box 2 Folder 3 Item 90

    The Jungle (From that hot, treacherous jungle in his breast...), undated 14 lines on 1p. TS.

    series II: 1 Box 2 Folder 3 Item 91

    Moth Of Silence (The moth of silence folds...), July 1936 16 lines on 1p. TS.

    With AN Accepted July 1936 Talaria [marked over].

    series II: 1 Box 2 Folder 3 Item 92

    Night Of Departures (Blown leaves are flecks of rust...), undated 24 lines on 1p. TS.

    series II: 1 Box 2 Folder 3 Item 93

    Lost Cities, I, II. I. (We seek them under jungles where the sun...), undated 28 lines on 1p. TS.

    series II: 1 Box 2 Folder 3 Item 94

    Wings Into Sunset (Wings into sunset, wings...), undated 12 lines on 1p. TS.

    series II: 1 Box 2 Folder 3 Item 95

    Autumnal (The airy stir of one slow-falling leaf...), undated 14 lines on 1p. TS.

    series II: 1 Box 2 Folder 3 Item 96

    The Tapestry (Who wove these threads of fading light to fade-...), undated 14 lines on 1p. TS.

    series II: 1 Box 2 Folder 3 Item 97

    The Circle (Now with harvests golden in the sheaf...), undated 12 lines on 1p. TS.

    series II: 1 Box 2 Folder 3 Item 98

    Charity Basket (Two sisters, thin and straight as stalks...), undated 26 lines on 1p. TS.

    series II: 1 Box 2 Folder 3 Item 99

    Lost Boy (Perhaps he chased the thistledown...), undated 16 lines on 1p. TS.

    series II: 1 Box 2 Folder 3 Item 100

    Sonnet (Not as a pilgrim have I followed her,...), undated 14 lines on 1p. TS.

    series II: 1 Box 2 Folder 3 Item 101

    White Water (Flash of the fang...), undated 12 lines on 1p. TS.

    series II: 1 Box 2 Folder 3 Item 102

    The Crow's Nest (The pet crow cawed its anger from the eaves...), undated 26 lines on 1p. PR.

    [Clipping from Commonweal. Torn]. With AN Narrative Section Collected Poems [marked over].

    series II: 1 Box 2 Folder 3 Item 103

    Autumn Midnight (Against the moon, the frosted tower...), undated 12 lines on 1p. TS.

    series II: 1 Box 2 Folder 3 Item 104

    Autumn Tavern (Above the blue door is a scroll...), undated 34 lines on 1p. TS.

    series II: 1 Box 2 Folder 3 Item 105

    Century Of Progress Hymn -1933- (The doubters of an age ago,...), undated 36 lines on 1p. TS.

    series II: 1 Box 2 Folder 3 Item 106

    Travel Notes (I do not remember the name of the town-...), July 24, 1937 16 lines on 1p. TS.

    With AN The Saturday Evening Post 7/24/37 $35.00. In Earth Circles and Horizons.

    series II: 1 Box 2 Folder 3 Item 107

    The Locked Door (Always, when they had come before,...), January 1939 28 lines on 1p. TS.

    With AN Send to Saturday Evening Post January 1939 and AN Desk copy.

    series II: 1 Box 2 Folder 3 Item 108

    Behind Its Fallen Walls (Behind its fallen walls is the city broken...), undated 12 lines on 1p. TS.

    series II: 1 Box 2 Folder 3 Item 109

    Transients (Polaris is the north star now,...), undated 24 lines on 1p. TS.

    series II: 1 Box 2 Folder 3 Item 110

    The Gourd At The Spring (I remember a summer long ago...), undated 24 lines on 1p. TS.

    series II: 1 Box 2 Folder 3 Item 111

    Haunted House (Deserted, it stands in a cup...), undated 22 lines on 1p. TS.

    series II: 1 Box 2 Folder 3 Item 112

    Deserted Mill (Where men worked, trying hard to please...), undated 24 lines on 1p. TS copy.

    series II: 1 Box 2 Folder 3 Item 113

    Mourning Doves (Ever since I remember the tentative stirring...), undated 24 lines on 1p. TS.

    series II: 1 Box 2 Folder 3 Item 114

    Revealed (On Watching An Oil Painting Being Cleaned) (Soft cloth, bland soap and water share...), undated 24 lines on 1p. TS copy.

    series II: 1 Box 2 Folder 3 Item 115

    In The Cannon's Mouth (This sinister shape that once could thunder...), undated 16 lines on 1p. TS copy.

    series II: 1 Box 2 Folder 3 Item 116a

    Manuscript, undated, circa 1944 TS, TS copy, MS/TS.

    [116-147] 33 items 32 poems with preceding title-page.

    series II: 1 Box 2 Folder 3 Item 116b

    Title-page, undated TS. 1p.

    Section II. Of The Southwest.

    series II: 1 Box 2 Folder 3 Item 117

    Morning (Pale avalanches of the moonlight slide...), undated 14 lines on 1p. TS.

    series II: 1 Box 2 Folder 3 Item 118

    The Last Grizzly (Somewhere among the impregnable rocks, his sleep...), undated 24 lines on 1p. TS.

    series II: 1 Box 2 Folder 3 Item 119

    Ledge Flower (Mirages, contending with space,...), undated 6 lines on 1p. TS.

    series II: 1 Box 2 Folder 3 Item 120

    Strays (They come through the pale light...), undated 39 lines on 1p. TS.

    series II: 1 Box 2 Folder 3 Item 121

    Early Morning In A Glade (A fawn sleeps in the glade,...), undated 12 lines on 1p. TS.

    series II: 1 Box 2 Folder 3 Item 122

    Spring From Granite (Spring water feeds it from the height-...), undated 30 lines on 1p. TS.

    series II: 1 Box 2 Folder 3 Item 123

    Vine At The Edge Of The Abyss (The frail roots had groped here...), undated 16 lines on 1p. TS.

    series II: 1 Box 2 Folder 3 Item 124

    Mountain Trail (Here passed the warrior and the cross...), undated 16 lines on 1p. TS.

    series II: 1 Box 2 Folder 3 Item 125

    Flight Of Herons-Gila River (From slow dark waters edged with shadow-drift...), undated 14 lines on 1p. TS.

    series II: 1 Box 2 Folder 3 Item 126

    Song (Because fawns sleep in daisies...), undated 12 lines on 1p. TS.

    series II: 1 Box 2 Folder 3 Item 127

    Game Country (No trails of driven cattle pattern here...), undated 14 lines on 1p. TS.

    series II: 1 Box 2 Folder 3 Item 128

    Mountain Snow (Mountain snow is nearer the sky...), undated 15 lines on 1p. TS.

    series II: 1 Box 2 Folder 3 Item 129

    Death Valley (Mirages build a mad abode...), undated 20 lines on 1p. TS.

    series II: 1 Box 2 Folder 3 Item 130

    Lost Heron (Above the pale cracked lips of sand...), undated 8 lines on 1p. TS.

    series II: 1 Box 2 Folder 3 Item 131

    Desert (Here thwarted gods have left their signatures...), undated 14 lines on 1p. TS.

    series II: 1 Box 2 Folder 3 Item 132

    Lark Meadow (The grass seems drifting by...), undated 12 lines on 1p. TS.

    series II: 1 Box 2 Folder 3 Item 133

    Roots (Through what slow-creviced stone...), undated 18 lines on 1p. TS.

    series II: 1 Box 2 Folder 3 Item 134

    The Talk Of Cedars (Through nights when skies became a quiet sea...), undated 14 lines on 1p. TS.

    series II: 1 Box 2 Folder 3 Item 135

    Jose and Juan (When night came on the desert,...), undated 16 lines on 1p. TS.

    series II: 1 Box 2 Folder 3 Item 136

    The Smell Of Water (Cattle, grazing down to the roots...), undated 18 lines on 1p. TS.

    series II: 1 Box 2 Folder 3 Item 137

    Elusive Beauty (You are as faint as ripples on a brook...), undated 14 lines on 1p. TS.

    series II: 1 Box 2 Folder 3 Item 138

    Tumble-Weeds (We may not know how they withstood...), undated 15 lines on 1p. TS.

    series II: 1 Box 2 Folder 3 Item 139

    Bloom Of Butterflies (The floods had passed and left the scars,...), undated 14 lines on 1p. TS.

    series II: 1 Box 2 Folder 3 Item 140

    Range Cattle (Against the horizon I have seen their heads...), February 16, 1943 24 lines on 1p. TS.

    [Line 24 marked out, with ms revision below] With AN Sold to The New Republic 2/16/43 $10.00 paid.

    series II: 1 Box 2 Folder 3 Item 141

    Cedar On The Ledge (This was not soft ground where a little tree...), undated 14 lines on 1p. TS.

    series II: 1 Box 2 Folder 3 Item 142

    The Desert (I am the vastness where the dreamer stands...), undated 12 lines on 1p. TS.

    series II: 1 Box 2 Folder 3 Item 143

    Burros (You may have seen them, by adobe walls,...), May 24, 1937 14 lines on 1p. TS.

    With AN Use in Earth-Circles and Horizons Desert Section and AN Accepted by The Saturday Evening Post 5/24/37 $35.00.

    series II: 1 Box 2 Folder 3 Item 144

    Lost Valley (I found it on a morning when the wings...), undated 24 lines on 1p. TS.

    series II: 1 Box 2 Folder 3 Item 145

    Ghost Towns (Wind and the shifting sand along the street,...), undated 14 lines on 1p. TS copy.

    series II: 1 Box 2 Folder 3 Item 146

    Antelopes (Once, their great herds flashed away with the wind,...), undated 24 lines on 1p. TS.

    series II: 1 Box 2 Folder 3 Item 147

    Mission Bell (From the dark stem of stone...), undated 12 lines on 1p. TS.

    series II: 1 Box 2 Folder 4 Item 148a

    Manuscript, undated, circa 1944 TS, TS copy, MS/TS, MS/TS copy, PR.

    [148-185] 43 items. 42 poems, with preceding title-page.

    series II: 1 Box 2 Folder 4 Item 148b

    Title-page, undated, circa 1944 TS.

    Section III. Of The Middle West.

    series II: 1 Box 2 Folder 4 Item 149

    The Answer (Brooks bellowed from the hills...), undated 16 lines on 1p. TS.

    series II: 1 Box 2 Folder 4 Item 150

    An Old Man's Garden (We wonder that so little ground...), undated 23 lines on 1p. TS.

    series II: 1 Box 2 Folder 4 Item 151

    New Tenant (The old soil seems to be revived this year,.., 1937 14 lines on 1p. TS.

    With AN January 25-37 Hold and AN Sold to The Saturday Evening Post 2/23/37 $28.00 [marked over].

    series II: 1 Box 2 Folder 4 Item 152

    The Clod (This brown clenched bit of earth...), undated 20 lines on 1p. TS.

    series II: 1 Box 2 Folder 4 Item 153

    Abandoned Farm In Spring (The barn roof, sagged from vanished snows,...), undated 30 lines on 1p. TS.

    series II: 1 Box 2 Folder 4 Item 154

    The Field (I stand again in the field...), undated 21 [originally 28] lines on 1p. TS.

    [Original lines 15-21 marked out]. With AN The Saturday Evening Post, The Forum, The Commonweal, The Atlantic Monthly, Scribner's, Household, North American Review, Nature Magazine, New York Times [marked over].

    series II: 1 Box 2 Folder 4 Item 155

    Wild Strawberries (You happen upon them like lovely things...), 1937 16 [originally 20] lines on 1p. TS.

    [Line 17-20 marked out, and stanzas Numbered to indicate order]. With AN Sold to Pictorial Review 1/9/37 16 lines $16.00 and AN Published June 1937.

    series II: 1 Box 2 Folder 4 Item 156

    A Willow Whistle (Cloud-ships are riding the pearly billows...), undated 18 lines on 1p. TS.

    series II: 1 Box 2 Folder 4 Item 157

    Little Bird (It had fluttered down from the nest...), undated 16 lines on 1p. TS.

    series II: 1 Box 2 Folder 4 Item 158

    Dry Season (The sun had turned an angry glare...), July 9, 1936 22 lines on 1p. TS.

    With AN The Saturday Evening Post Accepted 7/9/36 $35.00 [marked over].

    series II: 1 Box 2 Folder 4 Item 159

    Rain After Drouth (The prone weight of the heat...), undated 16 lines on 1p. TS copy.

    series II: 1 Box 2 Folder 4 Item 160

    Nests (In storm, we wonder...), undated 12 lines on 1p. TS.

    series II: 1 Box 2 Folder 4 Item 161

    The Bee Hunter (He followed the bees from clover couches,...), undated 22 lines on 1p. TS.

    series II: 1 Box 2 Folder 4 Item 162

    Orchard (Earth could not hold all richness that was there-...), undated 14 lines on 1p. TS.

    series II: 1 Box 2 Folder 4 Item 163

    An Old Barn Struck By Lightning (From this same road, I have seen before...), November 11, 1938 22 lines on 1p. TS copy.

    With AN Sold to McCall's 11/12/38 $20.00 paid.

    series II: 1 Box 2 Folder 4 Item 164

    The Herb Gatherer (When fragrant fires of autumn smoulder...), undated 28 lines on 1p. TS.

    series II: 1 Box 2 Folder 4 Item 165

    The Lost Spring (It was there in the summer... Its circle of clover...), undated 26 lines on 1p. TS.

    series II: 1 Box 2 Folder 4 Item 166

    Garden Mood (The years may keep sun-patterned walls...), undated 12 lines on 1p. TS.

    series II: 1 Box 2 Folder 4 Item 167

    Conquest (No soil shall ever be rich enough...), undated 12 lines on 1p. TS.

    series II: 1 Box 2 Folder 4 Item 168

    The Hill Pasture (He had never found the time to tame...), undated 26 lines on 1p. TS.

    series II: 1 Box 2 Folder 4 Item 169

    Old Bridge (The spring brook glistens under...), February 19, 1938 16 lines on 1p. TS.

    With AN In Earth-Circles and Horizons and AN Sold to McCall's 2/19/38 $20.00 paid.

    series II: 1 Box 2 Folder 4 Item 170

    Marsh Fire (The tenant is burning the marsh today--...), undated 28 lines on 1p. TS.

    [Revision in ms of 3 words, line 17, and of one word, line 18].

    series II: 1 Box 2 Folder 4 Item 171

    Deserted Orchard (Here, under fruit-globed patterns of the trees,...), undated 26 lines on 1p. TS.

    series II: 1 Box 2 Folder 4 Item 172

    Slow Quest (It happened that the wind was blowing...), undated 8 lines on 1p. TS.

    series II: 1 Box 2 Folder 4 Item 173

    A Hill In Autumn (The only high hill, far and wide,...), undated 30 lines on 1p. TS.

    series II: 1 Box 2 Folder 4 Item 174

    In An Old Orchard (Hail, roisterer from cool taverns...), undated 26 lines on 1p. TS.

    series II: 1 Box 2 Folder 4 Item 175

    Turning Home (Far off a window's flower of light...), August 18, 1937 12 lines on 1p. TS.

    With AN Accepted New York Times 8/18/37 $7.50.

    series II: 1 Box 2 Folder 4 Item 176

    Old Road In The Hills (Something about the autumn day,...), 1937 30 lines on 1p. TS.

    With AN Use in Earth Circles and Horizons Midwestern Section [marked over] and AN Pictorial Review May, 1937 [marked over].

    series II: 1 Box 2 Folder 4 Item 177

    No Fire Left (Where once he saw the amber eyes...), March 1938 18 lines on 1p. TS.

    With AN In Earth Circles and Horizons and AN Sold to Poetry, a magazine of verse 3/1/38 $6.00.

    series II: 1 Box 2 Folder 4 Item 178

    The Boast (No better farm-hand could be found...), October 2, 1938 24 lines on 1p. PR.

    [Clipping from Dallas (Texas) News. October 2, 1938].

    series II: 1 Box 2 Folder 4 Item 179

    Wagons (An empty wagon makes the loudest sound-...), September 8, 1938 14 lines on 1p. TS.

    With AN *Included in Earth Circles and Horizons Mid-west Section and AN Sold to The New York Times 9/8/38 $7.50 paid.

    series II: 1 Box 2 Folder 4 Item 180

    The Two Towns (The prairie, through its haze,...), undated 24 lines on 1p. TS.

    series II: 1 Box 2 Folder 4 Item 181

    The Lost Brook (When he was a boy he used to follow...), undated 28 lines on 1p. TS.

    series II: 1 Box 2 Folder 4 Item 182

    Slow Defeat (He found the field, when first he came,...), undated 20 lines on 1p. TS copy.

    series II: 1 Box 2 Folder 4 Item 183

    Winter Morning (I go to break the crust of snow...), undated 10 lines on 1p. TS.

    series II: 1 Box 2 Folder 4 Item 184

    The Bobsled Ride (All night the pounding blizzard shaped...), October 1936 28 lines on 1p. TS.

    With AN Sold The Saturday Evening Post 10/1/36 $35.00.

    series II: 1 Box 2 Folder 4 Item 185

    Coasting Hill (It stands at the edge of town,...), November 13, 1936 38 lines on 1p. TS.

    With AN Pictorial Review 11/13/36 25.00.

    series II: 1 Box 2 Folder 4 Item 186a

    Manuscript, undated, circa 1944 TS, TS copy, MS/TS, MS/TS copy.

    [186-232] 47 items. 46 poems with preceding title-page.

    series II: 1 Box 2 Folder 4 Item 186b

    Title-page, undated, circa 1944 1p.

    Section IV. Sonnets.

    series II: 1 Box 2 Folder 4 Item 187

    Giving (Life has two ways of giving; from the one...), undated 14 lines on 1p. TS.

    series II: 1 Box 2 Folder 4 Item 188

    Breast Of Stone (How many tempests for how many years...), undated 14 lines on 1p. TS.

    series II: 1 Box 2 Folder 4 Item 189

    Mountain Background (This is the background for the silver plunge...), undated 14 lines on 1p. TS.

    series II: 1 Box 2 Folder 4 Item 190

    The Cave (Sometimes when the boy was troubled he would go...), undated 14 lines on 1p. TS copy.

    series II: 1 Box 2 Folder 4 Item 191

    Back In These Meadows (Back in these meadows not a thing is changed;...), undated 14 lines on 1p. TS.

    series II: 1 Box 2 Folder 4 Item 192

    Bridges (The highway has a new bridge, straight and wide...), undated 14 lines on 1p. TS.

    series II: 1 Box 2 Folder 4 Item 193

    Late Plowing (Where floods had bellowed through the bottom land...), undated 14 lines on 1p. TS.

    series II: 1 Box 2 Folder 4 Item 194

    The Almanac (It always hung upon the kitchen wall-...), December 6, 1937 14 lines on 1p. TS.

    With AN In Earth-Circles and Horizons and AN McCall's 12/6/37 $15.00 paid.

    series II: 1 Box 2 Folder 4 Item 195

    The Tree (From high, green sanctuaries of its boughs,...), March 26, 1937 14 lines on 1p. TS.

    With AN Sold New York Times 3/26/37 $7.50 and AN Published.

    series II: 1 Box 2 Folder 4 Item 196

    Friends In Spring (He turned from crowded streets, not knowing where...), January 1937 14 lines on 1p. TS.

    With AN The Atlantic Monthly, The American Mercury, Harper's, Scribner's and AN 1937 January The Saturday Evening Post.

    series II: 1 Box 2 Folder 4 Item 197

    Explorers (Through steaming jungles that the mists festoon,...), May 29, 1937 14 lines on 1p. TS.

    With AN Accepted by The Saturday Evening Post 5/29/37 $35.00. and AN *In Earth Circles and Horizons.

    series II: 1 Box 2 Folder 4 Item 198

    The Windbreak (Who set these lofty cottonwoods to form...), undated 14 lines on 1p. TS.

    series II: 1 Box 2 Folder 4 Item 199

    The Sea Shell (Three years, on Sundays, he had come to dine...), undated 14 lines on 1p. TS.

    series II: 1 Box 2 Folder 4 Item 200

    Summer Twilight (The glint of sun on wings, far off and high,...), undated 14 lines on 1p. TS.

    series II: 1 Box 2 Folder 4 Item 201

    The Core (She picked the reddest apple from the bowl...), undated 14 lines on 1p. TS copy.

    series II: 1 Box 2 Folder 4 Item 202

    Intimation To The Touch (Rough bark of trees the sunlight leans against,...), undated 14 lines on 1p. TS.

    series II: 1 Box 2 Folder 4 Item 203

    Loneliness (Not one wind-slanted cedar on its crag,...), 1938 14 lines on 1p. TS copy.

    With AN 9/12/38 Sold to Christian Science Monitor $4.00 paid 10/20/38.

    series II: 1 Box 2 Folder 4 Item 204

    Dump Head (Among discarded things, the shacks had grown...), undated 14 lines on 1p. TS.

    series II: 1 Box 2 Folder 4 Item 205

    Autumn Woods (The sumac turns to flame that dances here...), undated 14 lines on 1p. TS.

    series II: 1 Box 2 Folder 4 Item 206

    The Secret Hoard (They still remember that his smile had seemed...), August 11, 1937 14 lines on 1p. TS.

    With AN Sold to The Saturday Evening Post 8/11/37 $35.00 and AN *In Earth-Circles and Horizons.

    series II: 1 Box 2 Folder 4 Item 207

    Orchard Interval (Reluctant as the late convivial bees...), undated 14 lines on 1p. TS.

    series II: 1 Box 2 Folder 4 Item 208

    Sky Pages (The flight of sparrows, epigrams before...), undated 14 lines on 1p. TS.

    series II: 1 Box 2 Folder 4 Item 209

    Parlor Furniture (She kept the blinds down so it would not fade-...), undated 14 lines on 1p. TS.

    With AN Sold to New Republic $5.00 and AN Copy for Sonnet section.

    series II: 1 Box 2 Folder 4 Item 210

    Salt Lick (Dark rivulets of bison trickled here,...), undated 14 lines on 1p. TS.

    series II: 1 Box 2 Folder 4 Item 211

    Discarded Map (We found it after he had gone away-...), June 19, 1937 14 lines on 1p. TS.

    With AN Sold to The Saturday Evening Post 6/19/37 $35.00 and AN *In Earth-Circles and Horizons.

    series II: 1 Box 2 Folder 4 Item 212

    Lines For Under A Ship Model (No pattern caught from beauty is in vain...), undated 14 lines on 1p. TS.

    series II: 1 Box 2 Folder 4 Item 213

    A Ship Comes In (I like to watch a ship come in to port,...), undated 14 lines on 1p. TS.

    series II: 1 Box 2 Folder 4 Item 214

    Tropic Port (Bright masts sway upward on the rippled blue...), undated 14 lines on 1p. TS.

    series II: 1 Box 2 Folder 4 Item 215

    The Sacked City Old Panama (From all the fallen bloom of splendor lifts...), undated 14 lines on 1p. TS.

    series II: 1 Box 2 Folder 4 Item 216

    Christophe's Citadel (Vines scale the walls, on that grim mountain height,...), undated 14 lines on 1p. TS.

    series II: 1 Box 2 Folder 4 Item 217

    Autumnal Equinox (Now all the wild-eyed stallions of the wind...), undated 14 lines on 1p. TS.

    series II: 1 Box 2 Folder 4 Item 218

    Cycles (The secret seed that tingles in its clod...), undated 14 lines on 1p. TS.

    series II: 1 Box 2 Folder 4 Item 219

    Snow In Spring (The half-curled leaf finds prematurely now...), undated 14 lines on 1p. TS.

    series II: 1 Box 2 Folder 4 Item 220

    Changed Country (He tells of wild geese that had turned their wedge...), undated 14 lines on 1p. TS.

    series II: 1 Box 2 Folder 4 Item 221

    The Voice (Crowds swept through canyons of the patterned stone-...), undated 14 lines on 1p. TS copy.

    series II: 1 Box 2 Folder 4 Item 222

    The Locket (When she was willed the great house on the hill...), January 1938 14 lines on 1p. TS.

    With AN Pub, and In Earth-Circles and Horizons and AN Sold to McCall's January 1, 1938. $20.00 paid.

    series II: 1 Box 2 Folder 4 Item 223

    The Tollhouse (A wide smooth highway passes it, unheeding...), undated 14 lines on 1p. TS.

    series II: 1 Box 2 Folder 4 Item 224

    The Visit (The cottage seemed old-fashioned and too small,...), undated 14 lines on 1p. TS copy.

    series II: 1 Box 2 Folder 4 Item 225

    The Dropped Stitch (This coverlet passed down from year to year...), June 1938 14 lines on 1p. TS copy.

    With AN Published August issue 1938 and AN Sold to The American Mercury 6/1/38 $10.00 paid.

    series II: 1 Box 2 Folder 4 Item 226

    Turning Home (The wagon creaks with weight of golden ears,...), undated 14 lines on 1p. TS.

    series II: 1 Box 2 Folder 4 Item 227

    Cowbells (We come upon their far-off mellow sound...), November 1937 14 lines on 1p. TS.

    With AN Christian Science Monitor November 1937.

    series II: 1 Box 2 Folder 4 Item 228

    Woodland In Winter (On dark boughs braving the metallic sky...), undated 14 lines on 1p. TS.

    series II: 1 Box 2 Folder 4 Item 229

    The Chimney (Deep in the clearing of the winter wood...), undated 14 lines on 1p. TS.

    With AN New York Times 7.50 [marked over].

    series II: 1 Box 2 Folder 4 Item 230

    Garden Left Alone (Now in some fairer land she may forget...), 1938 14 lines on 1p. TS.

    With AN Talaria and AN *In Best Poems of 1938 Moult (Oxford University) Great Britain.

    series II: 1 Box 2 Folder 4 Item 231

    To Quail Under Snow Crust (Above you, through steel-tinted slits of eyes,...), undated 14 lines on 1p. TS.

    series II: 1 Box 2 Folder 4 Item 232

    Deserted Barn In Winter (It seemed so lonely in the drifted field...), undated 14 lines on 1p. TS.

    series II: 1 Box 2 Folder 5 Item 233a

    Manuscript, 1941-1944 TS, TS copy, MS/TS, MS/TS copy.

    [233-253] 21 items. 20 poems, with preceding title-page.

    series II: 1 Box 2 Folder 5 Item 233b

    Title-page, 1941-1944 MS/TS. 1p.

    The Collected Poems (1914-1941) of Glenn Ward Dresbach [in upper left] Section VIII-Last Poems, 41-42-43-44 [dates in ms].

    series II: 1 Box 2 Folder 5 Item 234

    Strong Men (The rain had driven in the men...), circa 1914-1945 20 lines on 1p. TS.

    With AN [on verso] Extra Copies of poems. Some of which are included in Collected Poems 1914-1945.

    series II: 1 Box 2 Folder 5 Item 235

    The Tapestry (Who wove these threads of fading light to fade-...), undated 14 lines on 1p. TS copy.

    With AN The Kaleidoscope.

    series II: 1 Box 2 Folder 5 Item 236

    The Circle (Now with harvests golden in the sheaf...), January 22, 1931 12 lines on 1p. TS copy.

    With AN The Step Ladder accepted 1/22/31. [ms revision of one word, line 7].

    series II: 1 Box 2 Folder 5 Item 237

    Wren's House (You have a door...), undated 20 [originally 24] lines on 1p. TS copy.

    With AN The Harp. [Lines 5-8 marked over].

    series II: 1 Box 2 Folder 5 Item 238

    The Jungle (From that hot, treacherous jungle in his breast...), 1930 14 lines on 1p. TS copy.

    With AN Contemporary Vision Summer 1930 [marked over] [ms. revision of one word, line 10].

    series II: 1 Box 2 Folder 5 Item 239

    A Gypsy Song (A lonely boy, across the upland pasture,...), March 24, 1933 20 lines on 1p. TS copy.

    With AN Sold Christian Science Monitor 3/24/33 and AN Sold.

    series II: 1 Box 2 Folder 5 Item 240

    Fifty Sacks Of Corn (The howl of wind through boughs and dead leaves flying...), undated 170 lines on 4l. TS.

    series II: 1 Box 2 Folder 5 Item 241

    The Murderer God Sentenced (The leaves were falling and winds came and went,...), undated 63 lines on 2l. TS.

    series II: 1 Box 2 Folder 5 Item 242

    The Price Of Corn (The World was hungry and War gave the Earth...), undated 48 lines on 1p. TS.

    series II: 1 Box 2 Folder 5 Item 243

    The Lark and The Guinea Hens (Some guinea hens that wandered far afield...), undated 23 lines on 1p. TS.

    series II: 1 Box 2 Folder 5 Item 244

    The Feel Of Silk ( 'At last I have it' whispered Kate, 'at last'...), undated 41 lines on 1p. TS.

    series II: 1 Box 2 Folder 5 Item 245

    A Deeper Spring (The curtains of the haze, like amethyst...), undated 42 lines on 1p. TS.

    series II: 1 Box 2 Folder 5 Item 246

    New Walls (Stooped after years of leaning over books...), undated 45 lines on 1p. TS.

    series II: 1 Box 2 Folder 5 Item 247

    Gifts (A Poorhouse is just that and little more-...), undated 39 lines on 1p. TS.

    series II: 1 Box 2 Folder 5 Item 248

    A Lonely Road, I, II, III. I. (When Abner Johnson died at fifty-nine,...), undated 87 lines on 2l. TS.

    series II: 1 Box 2 Folder 5 Item 249

    A Place In The Sun (The Dreamer, who had taken all the years...), undated 31 lines on 1p. TS.

    series II: 1 Box 2 Folder 5 Item 250

    The Rabbits In The Hutch (At twilight in that land of weathered hills...), undated 44 lines on 1p. TS.

    series II: 1 Box 2 Folder 5 Item 251

    Star-Face (Black flames of Barbary long ago had dyed...), undated 76 lines on 2l. TS.

    series II: 1 Box 2 Folder 5 Item 252

    The Crow's Nest (The pet crow cawed its anger from the eaves...), undated 26 lines on 1p. TS.

    series II: 1 Box 2 Folder 5 Item 253

    Morning (Pale avalanches of the moonlight slide...), September 1929 14 lines on 1p. TS copy.

    With AN Retain Al OK and AN StarDust, a Journal of Poetry. September 1929. Accepted for Spring Number.

    series II: 1 Box 2 Folder 5 Item 254a

    Manuscript, undated, circa 1940 MS, TS, TS copy, MS/TS, MS/TS copy, PR, MS/PR.

    [254-271] 16 items. 15 poems with preceding title-page.

    series II: 1 Box 2 Folder 5 Item 254b

    Title-page, undated, circa 1940 MS. 1p.

    Section I- Of Light and Shadow.

    series II: 1 Box 2 Folder 5 Item 255

    Hawks In The Twilight (He drifts from dusts of twilight sifted there...), circa 1930 14 lines on 1p. TS copy.

    [original title Night Hawk marked over and ms final title above] With AN The Carillon accepted 12/1/29 published April 1930. [ms revision of 3 words, line 9].

    series II: 1 Box 2 Folder 5 Item 256

    Ship's Bell (On cliffs against the sky...), January 22, 1930 16 lines on 1p. TS copy.

    With AN The Carillon 1/22/30.

    series II: 1 Box 2 Folder 5 Item 257

    Lucifer (It was some later time he went to hell-...), April 17, 1930 14 lines on 1p. TS copy.

    With AN Poetry World accepted 4/17/30.

    series II: 1 Box 2 Folder 5 Item 258

    Willow Whistle (Boy with the willow whistle, blow...), January 27, 1933 20 lines on 1p. TS copy.

    With AN Al The Step Ladder 1/27/33 and AN Saturday Evening Post [marked over].

    series II: 1 Box 2 Folder 5 Item 259

    To A Thursh In LaSalle Street (Some unseen maelstrom of rebellious air...), June 16, 1930 40 lines on 1p. TS copy.

    With AN Kaleidoscope accepted 6/16/30.

    series II: 1 Box 2 Folder 5 Item 260

    Currents (Strong swimmers have returned...), 1930 45 lines on 2l. TS copy.

    With AN Poetry World 3/14/30 accepted. Published April 1930. [ms. revision of 2 words, line 31].

    series II: 1 Box 2 Folder 5 Item 261

    Slow Quest (It happened that the wind was blowing...), undated 8 lines on 1p. TS copy.

    [Original title: Quest with ms Slow penciled in] With AN The New C.V. And Scepter.

    series II: 1 Box 2 Folder 5 Item 262

    Night Of Departures (Blown leaves are flecks of rust...), circa 1930 24 lines on 1p. PR.

    [Clipping apparently from New York Sun c 1930].

    series II: 1 Box 2 Folder 5 Item 263

    Lost Cities, I, II. I. (We seek them under jungles where the sun...), October 23, 1930 28 lines on 1p. TS copy.

    With AN The Midland 10/23/30.

    series II: 1 Box 2 Folder 5 Item 264

    Autumn Song (A little wind will loosen now...), 1932 12 lines on 1p. TS copy.

    With AN Saturday Evening Post accepted August 24, 1932 $20.00 published issue of October 1932. [First word, line 8 in ms.]

    series II: 1 Box 2 Folder 5 Item 265

    Last Lark Of Summer (Rise like a golden spark...), 1931 24 lines on 1p. TS copy.

    With AN The Midland accepted February 1931 and AN Reprinted in Literary Digest October 1931.

    series II: 1 Box 2 Folder 5 Item 266

    Autumnal (The airy stir of one slow-falling leaf...), 1930 14 lines on 1p. PR.

    [Clipping from unidentified periodical, Autumn, 1930 p.2.] With AN 25.00 Prize Poem Autumn 1930.

    series II: 1 Box 2 Folder 5 Item 267

    Sonnet (Not as a pilgrim have I followed her,...), January 21, 1931 14 lines on 1p. TS copy.

    With AN The Step Ladder accepted 1/21/31.

    series II: 1 Box 2 Folder 5 Item 268

    The Castle (He saw majestic towers rise...), January 1932 8 lines on 1p. TS copy.

    With AN January 1932.

    series II: 1 Box 2 Folder 5 Item 269

    Autumn Threnody (Earth, heap the gold we cannot take away. ...), 1929 40 lines on 1p. TS copy.

    With AN Winner of George Sterling Prize for 1929. $100.00. OK. Retain and AN Step Ladder Published October Number 1929. [ms. revision of 3 words.]

    series II: 1 Box 2 Folder 5 Item 270

    Wings Into Sunset (Wings into sunset, wings...), April 23, 1930 12 lines on 1p. TS copy.

    With AN Poetry, a magazine of verse accepted 4/23/30.

    series II: 1 Box 2 Folder 5 Item 271

    Century Of Progress Hymn -1933- (The doubters of an age ago,...), 1933 32 lines on 1p. TS copy.

    With AN Send to Saturday Evening Post [marked over] [-1933- in ms under title and first word, line 10, revised in ms.]

    series II: 1 Box 2 Folder 5 Item 272a

    Manuscript, undated MS, TS, TS copy, MS/TS, MS/TS copy, PR.

    [272-295] 24 items. 23 poems with preceding title-page.

    series II: 1 Box 2 Folder 5 Item 272b

    Title-page, undated, circa 1940 MS. 1p.

    Section II Of the Southwest.

    series II: 1 Box 2 Folder 5 Item 273

    The Last Grizzly (Somewhere among the impregnable rocks, his sleep...), December 6, 1929 24 lines on 1p. TS copy.

    With AN Bozart accepted 12/6/29.

    series II: 1 Box 2 Folder 5 Item 274

    Ledge Flower (Mirages, contending with space,...), 1929 6 lines on 1p. TS copy.

    With AN Retain Al and AN The Morada accepted October 1929 published November 1929.

    series II: 1 Box 2 Folder 5 Item 275

    Strays (They come through the pale light...), June 19, 1930 39 lines on 1p. TS copy.

    With AN Poetry World accepted 6/19/30.

    series II: 1 Box 2 Folder 5 Item 276

    Lark Meadow (The grass seems drifting by...), May 1930 12 lines on 1p. TS copy.

    With AN The Step Ladder accepted 5/1/30.

    series II: 1 Box 2 Folder 5 Item 277

    A Desert Bird-Bath (A tiny hollow in rust-colored rock...), February 1930 12 lines on 1p. TS.

    With AN Retain OK AL [lined out]? and AN Step Ladder published February 1930. [ms revision of last line].

    series II: 1 Box 2 Folder 5 Item 278

    Song (Because fawns sleep in daisies...), undated 12 lines on 1p. PR.

    Attaching manuscript. MS. 1p. Song 'Because fawns sleep in daisies' from This Side Of Avalon.

    series II: 1 Box 2 Folder 5 Item 279

    The Choice Of Eagles (The eagles have a vast in which to choose...), 1930 24 lines on 1p. TS copy.

    With AN The Kaleidoscope accepted 1/29/1930 published June, 1930.

    series II: 1 Box 2 Folder 5 Item 280

    Early Morning In A Glade (A fawn sleeps in the glade,...), April 23, 1930 12 [originally 16] lines on 1p. TS copy.

    With AN Poetry, a magazine of verse accepted 4/23/30. [Original lines 13-16 marked out].

    series II: 1 Box 2 Folder 5 Item 281

    Spring From Granite (Snow water feeds it from the height-...), January 22, 1931 30 lines on 1p. TS.

    With AN The Harp accepted 1/22/31. [ms revisions of words and punctuation].

    series II: 1 Box 2 Folder 5 Item 282

    Floodmark (More than contending moods...), January 1931 8 lines on 1p. TS copy.

    With An Poetry World January 1931) and AN Southwest Afer [sic.] In the Desert.

    series II: 1 Box 2 Folder 5 Item 283

    Vine At The Edge Of The Abyss (The frail roots had groped here...), October 25, 1930 16 lines on 1p. TS copy.

    With AN Voices accepted 10/25/30.

    series II: 1 Box 2 Folder 5 Item 284

    Mountain Trail (Here passed the warrior and the Cross...), June 19, 1930 16 lines on 1p. TS copy.

    With AN Holland's accepted 6/19/30 $18.00.

    series II: 1 Box 2 Folder 5 Item 285

    Mountain Snow (Mountain snow is nearer the sky...), October 30, 1930 15 lines on 1p. TS copy.

    With AN Retain OK, AN American Poetry Magazine [marked out] and AN Voices 10/30/30. [ms revision of several words].

    series II: 1 Box 2 Folder 5 Item 286

    Death Valley (Mirages build a mad abode...), September 12, 1930 20 lines on 1p. TS copy.

    With AN Retain, AN The Morada 1920 [marked out], and AN Accepted 9/12/30 Star Dust, a Journal of Poetry.

    series II: 1 Box 2 Folder 5 Item 287

    Lost Heron (Above the pale cracked lips of sand...), October 30, 1930 8 [originally 16] lines on 1p. TS copy.

    With AN Morada [marked out], AN Voices 10/30/30, and AN Southwest After Death Valley [marked over] [Lines 10-16 marked over].

    series II: 1 Box 2 Folder 5 Item 288

    Bloom (Not mine the crowded gaiety of flowers...), September 24, 1932 14 lines on 1p. TS copy.

    With AN New York Sun 9/24/32 $4.00.

    series II: 1 Box 2 Folder 5 Item 289

    Flight Of Herons Gila River (From slow dark waters edged with shadow-drift...), February 27, 1933 14 lines on 1p. TS.

    With AN Voices 2/27/33. [Original title Autumn Waterfall with Autumn lined out and ms Waterfall above type title, and with ms revisions, lines 5 and 10].

    series II: 1 Box 2 Folder 5 Item 290

    Tumble-Weeds (We may not know how they withstood...), undated 15 lines on 1p. TS.

    series II: 1 Box 2 Folder 5 Item 291

    Waterfall (It held more rainbows than the cloud...), February 27, 1933 10 lines on 1p. TS copy.

    [Original title Autumn Waterfall with Autumn lined out and ms Waterfall above typed title, and with ms revisions, line 5 and 10].

    series II: 1 Box 2 Folder 5 Item 292

    The Talk Of Cedars (Through nights when skies became a quiet sea...), December 16, 1929 14 lines on 1p. TS copy.

    With AN Bozart accepted 12/16/29.

    series II: 1 Box 2 Folder 5 Item 293

    Mission Bell (From the dark stem of stone...), April 23, 1930 12 lines on 1p. TS copy.

    With AN Poetry, a magazine of Verse accepted 4/23/30. [ms revision of first line].

    series II: 1 Box 2 Folder 5 Item 294

    Boughs (Three boughs today against the sky...), January 16, 1933 10 lines on 1p. TS copy.

    With AN Westminster Magazine 1/16/33. [ms revision of one word, line 10].

    series II: 1 Box 2 Folder 5 Item 295

    The Desert (I am the vastness where the dreamer stands...), September 18, 1929 12 lines on 1p. TS copy.

    With AN OK Retain and AN Poetry, a magazine of Verse 9/18/29. [ms revision of 2 words, line 9].

    series II: 1 Box 2 Folder 6 Item 296a

    Manuscript, undated, circa 1929-1932 MS, TS copy, MS/TS, MS/TS copy, MS/PR.

    [296-321] 26 items. 25 poems with preceding title-page.

    series II: 1 Box 2 Folder 6 Item 296b

    Title-page, undated, circa 1940 MS. 1p.

    Section III Of the Middle West.

    series II: 1 Box 2 Folder 6 Item 297

    The Answer (Brooks bellowed from the hills...), October 30, 1930 16 lines on 1p. TS copy.

    With AN Voices 10/30/30.

    series II: 1 Box 2 Folder 6 Item 298

    The Lost Spring (It was there in the summer... Its circle of clover...), January 22, 1931 26 lines on 1p. TS copy.

    With AN New York Times published 1/22/31 $15.00.

    series II: 1 Box 2 Folder 6 Item 299

    Colts (Let them arch their proud necks...), undated 20 lines on 1p. TS copy.

    With AN The Midland.

    series II: 1 Box 2 Folder 6 Item 300

    The Clod (This brown clenched bit of earth...), November 10, 1930 20 lines on 1p. TS copy.

    With AN Add to Collected Poems and AN The Carillon accepted 11/10/30.

    series II: 1 Box 2 Folder 6 Item 301

    Little Bird (It had fluttered down from the nest...), February 1930 16 lines on 1p. TS copy.

    With AN Retain and AN Poetry World Published February 1930. [ms revision, lines 10 and 12].

    series II: 1 Box 2 Folder 6 Item 302

    The Bee Hunter (He followed the bees from clover couches,...), December 1929 22 [originally 24] lines on 1p. TS copy.

    With AN Retain OK and AN Holland's December 1929 $12.00. [Original lines 15 and 16 lined out and ms revision of final line 15].

    series II: 1 Box 2 Folder 6 Item 303

    Orchard (Earth could not hold all richness that was there-...), 1930 14 lines on 1p. TS copy.

    With AN The Nation accepted August 3[?] 1930 published August 27, 1930.

    series II: 1 Box 2 Folder 6 Item 304

    Conquest (No soil shall ever be rich enough...), undated 12 lines on 1p. PR.

    [Clipping from unidentified periodical, p. 168]. [ms insertion of one word, line 4].

    series II: 1 Box 2 Folder 6 Item 305

    Moonlight Harvest (The field was still; row after row...), undated 32 lines on 1p. TS.

    [ms revision, lines 19 and 21].

    series II: 1 Box 2 Folder 6 Item 306

    The Hill Pasture (He had never found the time to tame...), 1929 26 lines on 1p. TS copy.

    With AN Retain and AN The Saturday Evening Post 8/23/29 $25.00 published October 24, 1929.

    series II: 1 Box 2 Folder 6 Item 307

    Garden Mood (The years may keep sun-patterned walls...), February 29, 1932 12 lines on 1p. TS copy.

    With AN New York Sun 2/29/32.

    series II: 1 Box 2 Folder 6 Item 308

    White Water (Flash of the fang...), undated 12 lines on 1p. PR.

    [clipping from All's Well. undated p.31]. With AN All's Well.

    series II: 1 Box 2 Folder 6 Item 309

    Deserted Orchard (Here, under fruit-globed patterns of the trees,...), undated 26 lines on 1p. TS copy.

    With AN Retain and AN The Midland. [ms revision of 3 words].

    series II: 1 Box 2 Folder 6 Item 310

    A Hill In Autumn (The only high hill, far and wide,...), October 6, 1930 30 lines on 1p. TS copy.

    With AN Collected Poems and AN New York Times accepted 10/6/30 $15.00.

    series II: 1 Box 2 Folder 6 Item 311

    To A Quail Calling In The Dusk (The shadow of a reaper passes here...), undated 30 lines on 1p. TS copy.

    With AN The Step Ladder and AN Midwest After Autumn Song [marked out].

    series II: 1 Box 2 Folder 6 Item 312

    The Lost Brook (When he was a boy he used to follow...), August 3, 1929 28 [originally 32] lines on 1p. TS.

    With AN OK and AN The American Magazine 50.00 August 3, 1929. [Original lines 9-12 marked over]. [ms revision of words and punctuation].

    series II: 1 Box 2 Folder 6 Item 313

    In An Old Orchard (Hail, roisterer from cool taverns...), July 15, 1930 26 lines on 1p. TS copy.

    With AN Copy from clipping attached [?] and AN New York Times July 15, 1930 $15.00. [Lines 10-14 lined out and ms revision of several lines in right margin, with ms revision, line 19].

    series II: 1 Box 2 Folder 6 Item 314

    Trees In Storm (Oaks shouting back to the storm and breaking the hold...), September 23, 1929 20 [originally 24] lines on 1p. TS copy.

    With AN Retain OK and AN The Harp accepted September 23, 1929. [ms revision of words and phrases].

    series II: 1 Box 2 Folder 6 Item 315

    Parallel (The prairie's hazy vastness stretched away...), November 1930 16 lines on 1p. TS copy.

    With AN Holland's Published November 1930. $8.00.

    series II: 1 Box 2 Folder 6 Item 316

    Brook Under Snow (The far-off, drowsy sound...), December 28, 1932 16 lines on 1p. TS copy.

    With AN Christian Science Monitor 12/28/32 $4.00.

    series II: 1 Box 2 Folder 6 Item 317

    The Two Towns (The prairie, through its haze,...), October 1930 24 lines on 1p. TS copy.

    With AN Poetry World October 1930.

    series II: 1 Box 2 Folder 6 Item 318

    First Tracking Snow (He smelled the smoke of apple wood...), September 30, 1932 30 lines on 1p. TS copy.

    With AN Saturday Evening Post 9/30/32 $35.00, and AN Sold.

    series II: 1 Box 2 Folder 6 Item 319

    Old Bridge In Snow (We came upon the old bridge in the snow-...), December 29, 1930 16 lines on 1p. TS copy.

    With AN New York Times 12/29/30 $10.00. [ms revision of two words, lines 2 and 3].

    series II: 1 Box 2 Folder 6 Item 320

    Quail Procession (From bramble citadels of snow...), November 21, 1922 12 lines on 1p. TS copy.

    With AN Christian Science Monitor 11/21/22 $4.00, AN Middle West After Old Bridge In Snow [marked over], AN Christian Science Monitor, The Commonweal, New York Sun, and AN Accepted 4.00.

    series II: 1 Box 2 Folder 6 Item 321

    At An Orchard Gate (The boughs that quivered with blossom weight...), undated 16 lines on 1p. TS copy.

    series II: 1 Box 2 Folder 6 Item 322a

    Manuscript, undated, circa 1929-1933 MS, TS copy, MS/TS, MS/TS copy.

    [322-347] 26 items. 25 poems with preceding title-page.

    series II: 1 Box 2 Folder 6 Item 322b

    Title-page, undated, circa 1940 MS. 1p.

    Section IV Sonnets.

    series II: 1 Box 2 Folder 6 Item 323

    Breast Of Stone (How many tempests for how many years...), October 25, 1930 14 lines on 1p. TS copy.

    With AN Voices 10/25/30.

    series II: 1 Box 2 Folder 6 Item 324

    Mountain Background (This is the background for the silver plunge...), 1930 14 lines on 1p. TS copy.

    With AN The Nation 2/12/30 published March 26, 1930.

    series II: 1 Box 2 Folder 6 Item 325

    Renewed Search (No perfect name identifies this thing-...), September 9, 1932 14 lines on 1p. TS copy.

    With AN A 1 and AN Better Verse accepted 9/9/32.

    series II: 1 Box 2 Folder 6 Item 326

    Back In These Meadows (Back in these meadows not a thing is changed;...), July 1932 14 lines on 1p. TS copy.

    With AN New York Sun July 1932 $4.00 and AN A 1.

    series II: 1 Box 2 Folder 6 Item 327

    Possession (We are enough of one day and its needs,...), undated 14 lines on 1p. TS copy.

    series II: 1 Box 2 Folder 6 Item 328

    Summer Twilight (The glint of sun on wings, far off and high,...), March 1930 14 lines on 1p. TS copy.

    With AN Bozart accepted 3/1/30.

    series II: 1 Box 2 Folder 6 Item 329

    To My Horse (We forges in Damascus shaped a blade...), 1933 14 lines on 1p. TS.

    With AN Summer 1933 Saturday Evening Post, Harper's, Scribner's, Atlantic, [marked over].

    series II: 1 Box 2 Folder 6 Item 330

    Intimation To The Touch (Rough bark of trees the sunlight leans against,...), December 16, 1929 14 lines on 1p. TS copy.

    With AN Bozart accepted 12/16/29.

    series II: 1 Box 2 Folder 6 Item 331

    Dump-Heap (Among discarded things, the shacks had grown...), September 9, 1932 14 lines on 1p. TS copy.

    With AN Better Verse accepted 9/9/32. [ms revision of one word, line 11, and of punctuation].

    series II: 1 Box 2 Folder 6 Item 332

    Orchard Interval (Reluctant as the late convivial bees...), July 22, 1932 14 lines on 1p. TS copy.

    With AN New York Times accepted 7/22/32 $10.00 and AN Sold.

    series II: 1 Box 2 Folder 6 Item 333

    Cycles (The secret seed that tingles in its clod...), 1932 14 lines on 1p. MS/TS copy.

    With AN Voices May 1932 and AN Voices 1932. [Lines 13 and 14 lined over]. [ms revision lines 13 and 14 with marked over drafts of words and phrases below].

    series II: 1 Box 2 Folder 6 Item 334

    The Sacked City Old Panama (From all the fallen bloom of splendor lifts...), June 17, 1929 14 lines on 1p. MS/TS copy.

    With AN New York Sun [marked over], AN Poetry World, and AN New York Sun [?] 6/17/29 [heavily marked over]. [ms revision of lines 13 and 14 with several marked over penciled drafts of words, phrases, and lines below].

    series II: 1 Box 2 Folder 6 Item 335

    Lines For Under A Ship Model (No pattern caught from beauty is in vain...), February 1931 14 lines on 1p. TS copy.

    With AN American Poetry Magazine published February 1931.

    series II: 1 Box 2 Folder 6 Item 336

    Tropic Port (Bright masts sway upward on the rippled blue...), undated 14 lines on 1p. TS.

    With AN OK AL Retain, AN Voices and AN Voice 1928 [marked over].

    series II: 1 Box 2 Folder 6 Item 337

    Christophe's Citadel (Vines scale the walls, on that grim mountain height,...), undated 14 lines on 1p. TS.

    With AN Voices and AN Voices March 1926 [marked over]. [ms revision of words, lines 7, 11, and 14].

    series II: 1 Box 2 Folder 6 Item 338

    Jungle Night (Vines drip their fated gems of poison-dew...), undated 14 lines on 1p. TS copy.

    With AN Poetry World. [ms revision of words and phases, lines 7, 9, and 14].

    series II: 1 Box 2 Folder 6 Item 339

    Cavern Night (This strange mobility in darkness, bound...), January 1931 14 lines on 1p. TS copy.

    With AN Poetry World January 1931.

    series II: 1 Box 2 Folder 6 Item 340

    Old Mansions (Here beauty is but mellowed by each year...), undated 14 lines on 1p. TS copy.

    With AN American Poetry Magazine

    series II: 1 Box 2 Folder 6 Item 341

    The Rebels (He had grown used to cattle's patient eyes...), June 1930 14 lines on 1p. TS.

    With AN Holland's June 1930 7.00. [ms revision of one word, line 13].

    series II: 1 Box 2 Folder 6 Item 342

    Salt Lick (Dark rivulets of bison trickled here,...), September 1930 14 lines on 1p. TS copy.

    With AN New York Sun 9/1/30. [ms revision of lines 9 and 10].

    series II: 1 Box 2 Folder 6 Item 343

    Sky-Pages (The flight of sparrows, epigrams before...), November 19, 1930 14 lines on 1p. TS copy.

    With AN Star-Dust, a Journal of Poetry accepted 11/19/30.

    series II: 1 Box 2 Folder 6 Item 344

    Strange Harvest (Hold this last wild rose petal in your hand,...), undated 14 lines on 1p. TS copy.

    [ms revision of words, lines 13 and 14].

    series II: 1 Box 2 Folder 6 Item 345

    Turning Home (The wagon creaks with weight of golden ears,...), September 3, 1929 14 lines on 1p. TS copy.

    With AN Saturday Evening Post 9/3/29 $15.00.

    series II: 1 Box 2 Folder 6 Item 346

    Deserted Barn In Winter (It seemed so lonely in the drifted field...), December 1929 14 lines on 1p. TS copy.

    With AN New York Times Published December 1929. $10.00.

    series II: 1 Box 2 Folder 6 Item 347

    To Quail Under Snow Crust (Above you, through steel-tinted slits of eyes,...), 1929 14 lines on 1p. TS.

    With AN Retain OK and AN Voices published 1929.

    series II: 1 Box 2 Folder 6 Item 348a

    Manuscript, undated, circa 1912-1933 MS, TS, TS copy.

    [348-369] 22 items. 21 poems with preceding list.

    series II: 1 Box 2 Folder 6 Item 348b

    List, undated, circa 1933 MS. 1p.

    The Collected Poems (1912-1933) of Glenn Ward Dresbach Section I Early Poems [Titles apparently selected for intended publication and Numbered for sequence. List includes names of periodicals or books in which poems appeared, and in many instances, cash amount received]. With ANI This Volume is made up of Selected Poems (1914-1930) and new poems in Earth-Circles and Horizons, 1930-19- and the group of Early Poems...Glenn Ward Dresbach.

    series II: 1 Box 2 Folder 6 Item 349

    An Old Wood In Spring (The wood was so old that I thought...), undated 6 lines on 1p. TS.

    series II: 1 Box 2 Folder 6 Item 350

    O Dreamer Of Dreams (O Dreamer of Dreams, have you heard men say,...), undated 16 lines on 1p. TS.

    series II: 1 Box 2 Folder 6 Item 351

    A Father To His Dead Son (O little, white, still son...), undated 32 lines on 1p. TS.

    series II: 1 Box 2 Folder 6 Item 352

    Desert Legend (Where tawny cliffs sprawl with their rippled manes...), undated 14 lines on 1p. TS.

    series II: 1 Box 2 Folder 6 Item 353

    I Would Build Myself A House (I would build myself a house...), undated 8 lines on 1p. TS.

    series II: 1 Box 2 Folder 6 Item 354

    Ruts In The Thaw (Along the hillside where the wagon wheels...), undated 14 lines on 1p. TS.

    series II: 1 Box 2 Folder 6 Item 355

    A Captured Hawk (Now may your sabered beak...), undated 24 lines on 1p. TS.

    series II: 1 Box 2 Folder 6 Item 356

    The Village Of The Doves (The road went lazily along the hill...), undated 14 lines on 1p. TS.

    series II: 1 Box 2 Folder 6 Item 357

    I Heard A Thrush When Twilight Came (I heard a thrush when twilight came...), undated 12 lines on 1p. TS.

    series II: 1 Box 2 Folder 6 Item 358

    Moment Interlude (A ship of cloud fades down the west...), undated 11 lines on 1p. TS.

    series II: 1 Box 2 Folder 6 Item 359

    Storm-Flowers (The lightning pollen, breathed upon by thunder,...), undated 14 lines on 1p. TS.

    series II: 1 Box 2 Folder 6 Item 360

    Since Youth Is All For Gladness (Since Youth is all for gladness...), undated 12 lines on 1p. TS.

    series II: 1 Box 2 Folder 6 Item 361

    White Owl (What children of the snowstorm fashioned you...), undated 14 lines on 1p. TS.

    series II: 1 Box 2 Folder 6 Item 362

    Song (I shall remember the bugles...), undated 8 lines on 1p. TS.

    series II: 1 Box 2 Folder 6 Item 363

    I Heard A Gipsy's Violin (I heard a gipsy's violin...), undated 20 lines on 1p. TS.

    series II: 1 Box 2 Folder 6 Item 364

    The Quail's Nest (The hay was cut, and showed...), undated 18 lines on 1p. TS.

    series II: 1 Box 2 Folder 6 Item 365

    Cedar River (Dwarfed cedars line the steep banks, looking down...), undated 24 lines on 1p. TS.

    [ms revision of one word, line 3].

    series II: 1 Box 2 Folder 6 Item 366

    A Cock Crows Near The Desert (A cock crows near the desert...), undated 20 lines on 1p. TS.

    series II: 1 Box 2 Folder 6 Item 367

    Broken Music (There come so many strains of broken music...), undated 8 lines on 1p. TS.

    series II: 1 Box 2 Folder 6 Item 368

    An Autumn Road (Down a hill, then up a hill...), undated 18 lines on 1p. TS.

    series II: 1 Box 2 Folder 6 Item 369

    Desert Shadow Songs, I, II, III I. (The shadow of a cloud moves on the grass...), undated 31 lines on 1p. TS.

    subseries B: Manuscripts of individual poems arranged alphabetically by title,

    circa 1937-1965

    Arranged alphabetically by title of poem.

    series II: 2 Box 2 Folder 7 Item 370

    Abandoned Farm In Spring (The barn roof, sagged from vanished snows,...), undated 30 lines on 1p. TS.

    series II: 2 Box 2 Folder 7 Item 371

    Abandoned Lane (Who thinks he found a better way...), undated 16 lines on 1p. TS.

    series II: 2 Box 2 Folder 7 Item 372

    Above The Street (Coal smoke pressed down the heavy air...), March 15, 1945 12 lines on 1p. TS.

    With AN Sold to New York Times 3/15/45 $7.50.

    series II: 2 Box 2 Folder 7 Item 373

    The Adventurer (Sharp-beaked and lean, with eyes that seemed to burn...), October 27, 1939 14 lines on 1p. TS copy.

    With AN LP and AN Sold to Scribner's Commentator 10/27/39 $10.00.

    series II: 2 Box 2 Folder 7 Item 374

    Afraid Of The Stairs (The child was afraid of the stairs...), August 16, 1938 15 lines on 1p. TS copy.

    With AN Sold to The Ave Maria 8/16/38 $5.00.

    series II: 2 Box 2 Folder 7 Item 375

    Against Order (Fields turn against the order and routine...), June 28, 1943 14 lines on 1p. TS.

    With AN Accepted by Living Poetry 6/28/43.

    series II: 2 Box 2 Folder 7 Item 376

    Against Order (Fields turn against the order and routine...), June 28, 1943 14 lines on 1p. TS copy.

    With AN Southern Literary Messenger 2/5/43.

    series II: 2 Box 2 Folder 7 Item 377

    The Almanac (It always hung upon the kitchen wall-...), undated 14 lines on 1p. TS.

    series II: 2 Box 2 Folder 7 Item 378

    Along The Trail (If you should come alone the trail where I...), undated 14 lines on 1p. TS.

    series II: 2 Box 2 Folder 7 Item 379

    The Altar (No longer can the heart be warmed...), July 27, 1944 16 lines on 1p. TS copy.

    With AN Sold to Washington Post Poems 7/27/44 $4.00. [ms. revision of words, line 11, and of punctuation].

    series II: 2 Box 2 Folder 7 Item 380

    America Is Singing (America is singing not the catch tunes...), August 24, 1942 37 lines on 1p. TS copy.

    With AN Sold to The American City 8/24/42 $10.00.

    series II: 2 Box 2 Folder 7 Item 381

    Angel Food Cake (She reached the Camp as spry as a cricket...), May 21, 1942 24 lines on 1p. TS copy.

    With AN Sold to Classmate 5/21/42 $12.00.

    series II: 2 Box 2 Folder 7 Item 382

    The Answer (Brooks bellowed from the hills...), undated 16 lines on 1p. TS.

    series II: 2 Box 2 Folder 7 Item 383

    Answer In Gold (Are these the fields where the hail...), July 10, 1943 16 lines on 1p. TS copy.

    With AN Sold to Saint Anthony Messenger 7/10/43 $4.00 paid 7/10/1943.

    series II: 2 Box 2 Folder 7 Item 384

    The Ant Nest (The intricate tunnels cave in beneath the heels...), December 15, 1938 20 lines on 1p. TS copy.

    With AN Sold to Church School Magazine 12/15/38 $5.00.

    series II: 2 Box 2 Folder 7 Item 385

    Antelopes (Once, their great herds flashed away with the wind,...), December 16, 1939 24 lines on 1p. TS.

    With AN Collected Poems and AN Sold to The Scribner's Commentator 12/16/39 $10.00.

    series II: 2 Box 2 Folder 7 Item 386

    The Apple Tree (They had planted the little apple tree...), March 18, 1943 34 lines on 1p. TS copy.

    With AN Sold to New England Homestead 3/18/43 $3.40.

    series II: 2 Box 2 Folder 7 Item 387

    Archery Class Girls' School (They placid order of the lawn...), November 13, 1939 16 [originally 20] lines on 1p. TS.

    With AN Collected Poems and AN Sold to The Commonweal 11/13/39. [Original lines 5-8 lined out].

    series II: 2 Box 2 Folder 7 Item 388

    Archery Class Girls' School (They placid order of the lawn...), 1940 20 lines on 1p. TS copy.

    With AN Sold to Commonweal $5.00 published 1940. [In this copy, lines 5-8 not lined out].

    series II: 2 Box 2 Folder 7 Item 389

    The Argument (In the woods there was not a sound...), May 25, 1940 18 lines on 1p. TS copy.

    With AN Sold to Epworth Herald 5/25/40 $2.00.

    series II: 2 Box 2 Folder 7 Item 390

    The Argument (The maples blowing overhead...), December 19, 1942 22 lines on 1p. TS copy.

    With AN Sold to Challenge 12/19/42 $1.65.

    series II: 2 Box 2 Folder 7 Item 391

    Armistice Day, 1943 (Long since, the gladness of this day has turned...), October 4, 1943 14 lines on 1p. TS copy.

    With AN Sold to New York Times 10/4/43 $7.50 [ms revision of one word each, lines 4 and 10].

    series II: 2 Box 2 Folder 7 Item 392

    Army Of Wild Flowers (Over the ruins left there by armies of men,...), October 20, 1943 17 lines on 1p. TS copy.

    With AN Sold to The Christian Home 10/20/43 $5.00.

    series II: 2 Box 2 Folder 7 Item 393

    Ashes (Since the first lone fire was started...), undated 18 [originally 24] lines on 1p. TS copy.

    [Original lines 19-24 marked over].

    series II: 2 Box 2 Folder 7 Item 394

    At An Orchard Gate (The boughs that quivered with blossom weight...), undated 16 lines on 1p. TS.

    series II: 2 Box 2 Folder 7 Item 395

    August Noon (Lost fairy ships at anchor...), undated 12 lines on 1p. TS.

    series II: 2 Box 2 Folder 7 Item 396

    Autumn (This is the very autumn of my dreams... ...), October 3, 1938 14 lines on 1p. TS copy.

    With AN LP ? and AN Sold to Christian Science Monitor 10/3/38 $4.50 paid.

    series II: 2 Box 2 Folder 7 Item 397

    Autumn Colors (The outside warmth, declining with the sun,...), November 17, 1944 14 lines on 1p. TS copy.

    With AN Sold to Home Forum Page Christian Science Monitor 11/17/44 $4.50.

    series II: 2 Box 2 Folder 7 Item 398

    Autumn Garden (She tucks her flowers in their beds-...), undated 20 lines on 1p. MS.

    series II: 2 Box 2 Folder 7 Item 399

    Autumn In The Desert (No sudden change comes here beneath the dome...), undated 40 lines on 1p. TS.

    series II: 2 Box 2 Folder 7 Item 400

    Autumn Midnight (Against the moon, the frosted tower...), undated 12 lines on 1p. TS.

    With AN New York American.

    series II: 2 Box 2 Folder 7 Item 401

    Autumn Rafters [Now rafters in the attic and the shed...), 1940 14 lines on 1p. TS copy.

    With AN Collected Poems, AN Sold to The Ladies' Home Journal 2/23/40 $14.00, and AN Published October 1940.

    series II: 2 Box 2 Folder 7 Item 402

    An Autumn Road (Down a hill, then up a hill...), undated 18 lines on 1p. TS.

    series II: 2 Box 2 Folder 7 Item 403

    Autumn Song (A little wind will loosen now...), undated 12 lines on 1p. TS.

    With AN Saturday Evening Post $20.00.

    series II: 2 Box 2 Folder 7 Item 404

    Autumn Song (A little wind will loosen now...), undated TS.

    Without AN.

    series II: 2 Box 2 Folder 7 Item 405

    Autumn Song (A little wind will loosen now...), undated TS.

    Without AN.

    series II: 2 Box 2 Folder 7 Item 406

    Autumn Song (So long we were forewarned...), undated 16 lines on 1p. TS copy.

    With AN Sold to Spirit 3.20.

    series II: 2 Box 2 Folder 7 Item 407

    Autumn Tavern (Above the blue door is a scroll...), undated 24 lines on 1p. TS.

    series II: 2 Box 2 Folder 7 Item 408

    Autumn Threnody (Earth, heap the gold we cannot take away. ...), undated 40 lines on 1p. TS.

    series II: 2 Box 2 Folder 7 Item 409

    Autumn Waterfall (It held more rainbows than the cloud...), undated 10 lines on 1p. TS.

    series II: 2 Box 2 Folder 7 Item 410

    Autumn Woods (The sumac turns to flame that dances here...), undated 14 lines on 1p. TS.

    series II: 2 Box 2 Folder 7 Item 411

    Autumnal (The airy stir of one slow-falling leaf...), undated 14 lines on 1p. TS.

    series II: 2 Box 2 Folder 7 Item 412

    Autumnal (The airy stir of one slow-falling leaf...), undated TS.

    series II: 2 Box 2 Folder 7 Item 413

    Autumnal Equinox (Now all the wild-eyed stallions of the wind...), undated 14 lines on 1p. TS.

    series II: 2 Box 2 Folder 7 Item 414

    Back In These Meadows (Back in these meadows not a thing is changed;...), undated 14 lines on 1p. TS.

    series II: 2 Box 2 Folder 7 Item 415

    Back To The Sea (If I were young again I would go back to the sea...), undated 28 lines on 1p. TS.

    With AN Published and AN Winner Beulah May Sea Poem Contest $25.00 paid.

    series II: 2 Box 2 Folder 7 Item 416

    Ballad Of The Cities (In Paris, where flower-faces...), undated 32 lines on 1p. TS.

    With ? in upper right corner.

    series II: 2 Box 2 Folder 7 Item 417

    Ballad Of The Cities (In Paris, where flower-faces...), undated TS copy.

    series II: 2 Box 2 Folder 7 Item 418

    Banners Of The Cedars (These ramparts of the soaring stone...), undated 12 lines on 1p. TS.

    series II: 2 Box 2 Folder 7 Item 419

    Barge Canal (Wore depth than this is needed for the hulls...), February 22, 1940 14 lines on 1p. TS copy.

    With AN Collected Poems and AN Sold to Weekly Magazine Section Christian Science Monitor $7.50 2/22/40.

    series II: 2 Box 2 Folder 7 Item 420

    Barn Swallows (We look up suddenly to find...), April 15, 1940 16 lines on 1p. TS.

    With AN Sold to The New York Times 4/15/40 7.50.

    series II: 2 Box 2 Folder 7 Item 421

    Barn Swallows (We look up suddenly to find...), 1940 16 lines on 1p. TS copy.

    With AN New York Times 1940.

    series II: 2 Box 2 Folder 7 Item 422

    Bat Chimney (Smoke climbs no longer here above the trees...), August 17, 1940 14 lines on 1p. TS copy.

    With AN Sold to American Mercury 8/17/40 $5.00.

    series II: 2 Box 2 Folder 7 Item 423

    The Bee Hunter (He followed the bees from clover couches,...), undated 22 lines on 1p. TS.

    series II: 2 Box 2 Folder 7 Item 424

    The Bee-Tree (They found the hollow tree when bees...), 1945 24 lines on 1p. TS copy.

    With AN Sold to Boys Today 3/45 $10.00

    series II: 2 Box 2 Folder 7 Item 425

    Beauty Defends (Beauty defends itself against all comers: ...), 1945 14 lines on 1p. TS.

    With AN Sold to Saint Anthony Messenger 3/1945.

    series II: 2 Box 2 Folder 7 Item 426

    Behind Its Fallen Walls (Behind its fallen walls in the city broken...), undated 12 lines on 1p. TS.

    series II: 2 Box 2 Folder 7 Item 427

    A Better Reason (The hired man showed him how to make...), October 22, 1943 24 lines on 1p. TS copy.

    With AN Sold to Boys Today 10/22/43 $12.00.

    series II: 2 Box 2 Folder 7 Item 428

    Bill Of Sale (The place we bought- the house and grounds...), April 6, 1938 14 lines on 1p. TS.

    With AN Published and AN Sold to the New York Sun 4/6/38 $4.00 paid.

    series II: 2 Box 2 Folder 7 Item 429

    Bird's Nest (At first the boy had meant...), September 14, 1939 20 lines on 1p. TS copy.

    With AN Sold to The Elementary Teacher 9/14/39 $5.00.

    series II: 2 Box 2 Folder 7 Item 430

    Bittersweet (These berries glow like embers in the cold...), October 19, 1943 14 lines on 1p. TS copy.

    series II: 2 Box 2 Folder 7 Item 431

    Bittersweet In A Flower Shop (The bittersweet was not to sell...), 1938 12 lines on 1p. TS copy.

    With AN Sold to Christian Science Monitor December 1938 $4.00 paid 12/24/38.

    series II: 2 Box 2 Folder 7 Item 432

    Black Butterfly (He had chased it a long time,...), August 24, 1942 24 lines on 1p. TS copy.

    With AN Sold to Washington Post Poems 8/24/42 $6.00.

    series II: 2 Box 2 Folder 7 Item 433

    The Black Colt (He was not like any other colt...), May 15, 1940 18 lines on 1p. TS copy.

    With AN Sold to Weekly Magazine Section Christian Science Monitor 5/15/40 $7.50.

    series II: 2 Box 2 Folder 7 Item 434

    Bloodroot In An Old Field (So often trampled and so often plowed,...), undated 10 lines on 1p. TS.

    With AN Copy for Last Poems Section of Collected Poems. [ms revision of lines 7 and 9].

    series II: 2 Box 2 Folder 7 Item 435

    Bloodroot In An Old Field (So often trampled and so often plowed,...), undated TS.

    [Without ms. revisions].

    series II: 2 Box 2 Folder 7 Item 436

    Bloom (Not mine the crowded gaiety of flowers...), undated 14 lines on 1p. TS.

    series II: 2 Box 2 Folder 7 Item 437

    Bloom Of Butterflies (The floods had passed and left the scars,...), undated 14 lines on 1p. TS.

    series II: 2 Box 2 Folder 7 Item 438

    The Boat (It was a rowboat, Without an oar...), February 17, 1940 24 lines on 1p. TS copy.

    With AN Sold to Epworth Herald 2/17/1940 $3.00. [ms revision of one word, line 20].

    series II: 2 Box 2 Folder 7 Item 439

    The Bobsled Ride (All night the pounding blizzard shaped...), undated 28 lines on 1p. TS.

    series II: 2 Box 2 Folder 7 Item 440

    The Book-Ends (Between these twin fawns caught in ecstasy...), 1942 14 lines on 1p. TS copy.

    With AN Collected Poems Use in VIII Last Poems and AN Sold to Home Forum Page [Weekly Magazine Section lined out] Christian Science Monitor 1/10/42 $4.00 [written over $5.00] paid 1/22/1942.

    series II: 2 Box 2 Folder 7 Item 441

    Boy In A Coal Car (Out of the smoke-blue field of timothy...), May 11, 1940 25 lines on 1p. TS copy.

    With AN Sold to The American Mercury 5/11/1940 $5.00.

    series II: 2 Box 2 Folder 7 Item 442

    Breast Of Stone (How many tempests for how many years...), undated 14 lines on 1p. TS.

    series II: 2 Box 2 Folder 7 Item 443

    Bridges (The highway has a new bridge, straight and wide...), undated 14 lines on 1p. TS.

    series II: 2 Box 2 Folder 7 Item 444

    Brief Wings (These wings are never swift...), October 19, 1942 12 lines on 1p. TS copy.

    With AN Last Section CP and AN Sold to New York Sun 10/19/42 $4.00 paid.

    series II: 2 Box 2 Folder 7 Item 445

    Bright Blocks (When children pile bright blocks with care...), July 19, 1941 20 lines on 1p. TS copy.

    With AN Sold to Classmate 7/19/41 $7.50 [$10.00 lined out].

    series II: 2 Box 2 Folder 7 Item 446

    The Broken Gourd (Someone has broken the gourd at the spring...), 1940 24 lines on 1p. TS.

    With AN Make new copy [marked over] and AN Sold to Weekly Magazine Section Christian Science Monitor 9/25/1940 $7.50 paid 10/4/40.

    series II: 2 Box 2 Folder 7 Item 447

    The Broken Gourd (Someone has broken the gourd at the spring...), 1940 TS.

    Without AN.

    series II: 2 Box 2 Folder 7 Item 448

    Brook Under Snow (The far-off, drowsy sound...), undated 16 lines on 1p. TS.

    series II: 2 Box 2 Folder 7 Item 449

    Bullfrog Chorus (If loudest, most persistent noises...), 1943 24 lines on 1p. TS copy.

    With AN Sold to Columbia 6/18/43 $10.00. Published July, 1943.

    series II: 2 Box 2 Folder 7 Item 450

    The Byroad (It is not used much, an more-...), March 28, 1939 20 lines on 1p. TS.

    With AN Sold to Spirit $4.00 3/28/39.

    series II: 2 Box 3 Folder 8 Item 451

    Calves In Pasture (I remember them where I used to pass...), April 15, 1938 18 lines on 1p. TS.

    With AN Pub and AN Sold to New York Times 4/15/38 $7.50 paid.

    series II: 2 Box 3 Folder 8 Item 452

    A Captured Hawk (Now may your sabered beak...), undated 24 lines on 1p. TS.

    series II: 2 Box 3 Folder 8 Item 453

    The Cardinal's Nest (We had been a little afraid of him...), June 4, 1942 20 lines on 1p. TS copy.

    With AN Sold to Boys Today 6/4/42 $10.00.

    series II: 2 Box 3 Folder 8 Item 454

    Caribbean Coast (Palm-fringed and languorous with sunlight spread,...), undated 14 lines on 1p. TS.

    With AN New York Sun.

    series II: 2 Box 3 Folder 8 Item 455

    Cattle In The Autumn Wood (They leave their beds of matted grass to browse...), August 27, 1938 14 lines on 1p. TS.

    With AN Sold to The Ave Maria 8/27/38 $5.00.

    series II: 2 Box 3 Folder 8 Item 456

    Caution (Now foes are skulking in the dark...), February 1943 16 lines on 1p. TS copy.

    With AN Sold to Holland's 2/1/43 $8.00.

    series II: 2 Box 3 Folder 8 Item 457

    The Cave (Sometimes when the boy was troubled he would go...), undated 14 lines on 1p. TS.

    With AN Sold to the Saturday Evening Post $35.00.

    series II: 2 Box 3 Folder 8 Item 458

    The Cave (Sometimes when the boy was troubled he would go...), undated TS.

    Without AN.

    series II: 2 Box 3 Folder 8 Item 459

    The Cave (They found the cave a year ago,...), October 8, 1941 24 lines on 1p. MS/TS.

    With AN Sold to Boys Today 10/8/41 $12.00. [ms revision of lines 12, 19, 21-24, with revised draft of lines 21-24 below].

    series II: 2 Box 3 Folder 8 Item 460

    The Cave (They found the cave a year ago,...), October 8, 1941 24 lines on 1p. TS copy.

    With AN Sold to Boys Today 10/8/41 $12.00. [another copy of Number 459 Without revisions].

    series II: 2 Box 3 Folder 8 Item 461

    Cedar (Solomon had cedar ships to bear the gold of Ophir...), undated 12 lines on 1p. TS.

    series II: 2 Box 3 Folder 8 Item 462

    Cedar River (Dwarfed cedars line the steep banks, looking down...), undated 24 lines on 1p. TS.

    series II: 2 Box 3 Folder 8 Item 463

    Cellars (Gone from those cellars now is every scent...), August 30, 1945 14 lines on 1p. TS copy.

    With AN Sold to Portland Oregonian 8/30/45 $1.00.

    series II: 2 Box 3 Folder 8 Item 464

    Century Of Progress Hymn, 1933 (The doubters of an age ago,...), undated 36 lines on 1p. TS.

    series II: 2 Box 3 Folder 8 Item 465

    A Change Of Plans (They planned to fish through the ice that day-...), January 5, 1942 24 lines on 1p. TS copy.

    With AN Sold to Boys Today 1/5/42 12.00.

    series II: 2 Box 3 Folder 8 Item 466

    Changed Country (He tells of wild geese that had turned their wedge...), undated 14 lines on 1p. TS.

    series II: 2 Box 3 Folder 8 Item 467

    Charity Basket (Two sisters, thin and straight as stalks...), undated 26 lines on 1p. TS.

    series II: 2 Box 3 Folder 8 Item 468

    Charm Against Avarice (Stand facing the fabulous mansions of dawn, and under...), undated 24 lines on 1p. TS.

    series II: 2 Box 3 Folder 8 Item 469

    Chickadee Tracks (These tiny bird tracks in the snow...), January 12, 1942 10 lines on 1p. TS copy.

    With AN Sold to Young Catholic Messenger 1/12/42 $5.00 paid.

    series II: 2 Box 3 Folder 8 Item 470

    Child and Minnow (Thrust in silver of the brook,...), undated 12 lines on 1p. TS copy.

    [Original title: To A Child Trying To Catch a Minnow lined out, with ms revised title above].

    series II: 2 Box 3 Folder 8 Item 471

    A Child's Questions (Eyes learning to explore...), December 3, 1942 16 lines on 1p. TS copy.

    With AN Last Section CP and AN New York Times $7.50 paid 12/3/42.

    series II: 2 Box 3 Folder 8 Item 472

    The Chimney (Deep in the clearing of the winter wood...), undated 14 lines on 1p. TS.

    series II: 2 Box 3 Folder 8 Item 473

    Chips (The boy had started chopping wood;...), January 1939 24 lines on 1p. TS.

    With AN Sold to Saint Nicholas published January 1939 5.00.

    series II: 2 Box 3 Folder 8 Item 474

    Chips (He started chopping the fragrant wood. ...), undated 24 lines on 1p. TS.

    With AN Saint Nicholas 5.00. [With exception of first line and some differences in punctuation, this poem same as Number 473 q.v.]

    series II: 2 Box 3 Folder 8 Item 475

    A Christmas Letter (The inn is dust, in shifting sands;...), undated 28 lines on 1p. TS.

    [ms corrections of typographical errors].

    series II: 2 Box 3 Folder 8 Item 476

    The Christmas Tree (Though all the other stars...), May 4, 1939 16 lines on 1p. TS copy.

    With AN Sold to Church School Magazine 5/4/39 $4.00.

    series II: 2 Box 3 Folder 8 Item 477

    Christophe's Citadel (Vines scale the walls, on that grim mountain height,...), undated 14 lines on 1p. TS.

    series II: 2 Box 3 Folder 8 Item 478

    The Circle (Now with harvests golden in the sheaf...), undated 12 lines on 1p. TS.

    series II: 2 Box 3 Folder 8 Item 479

    The Cities Of America (The cities of America join their untiring force...), October 5, 1942 21 lines on 1p. TS copy.

    With AN Sold to The American City 10/5/42 $10.00 paid 10/5/42.

    series II: 2 Box 3 Folder 8 Item 480

    The City In The Desert (He, whom life drove from the City,...), undated 54 lines on 2l. TS.

    series II: 2 Box 3 Folder 8 Item 481

    The Cliff (Who, looking on this cliff, this lonely thing...), March 20, 1940 14 lines on 1p. TS copy.

    With AN Section VIII Last Poems Collected Poems and AN Portland Oregonian 3/20/40 $1.00.

    series II: 2 Box 3 Folder 8 Item 482

    The Climbing Rose (They moved her wheel-chair near...), November 4, 1943 16 lines on 1p. TS copy.

    With AN Sold to Household 11/4/43 $8.00 paid 11/4/43.

    series II: 2 Box 3 Folder 8 Item 483

    The Clipped Hedge (Now its profusion has been neatly clipped...), January 5, 1942 16 lines on 1p. TS copy.

    With AN Sold to Portland Oregonian 1/5/42 $1.00.

    series II: 2 Box 3 Folder 8 Item 484

    The Clod (This brown clenched bit of earth...), undated 20 lines on 1p. TS.

    series II: 2 Box 3 Folder 8 Item 485

    Cloud Islands (Below headlands, ephemeral...), undated 26 lines on 1p. TS.

    series II: 2 Box 3 Folder 8 Item 486

    Clouds At Sunset (Again great prows are gliding through a sea...), undated 14 lines on 1p. TS.

    With AN Sold to Saint Nicholas 5.00 paid.

    series II: 2 Box 3 Folder 8 Item 487

    The Clump Of Bushes (It was not like him to let stand...), October 16, 1939 16 lines on 1p. TS copy.

    With AN Sold to Saint Anthony Messenger 10/16/39 $4.00 paid.

    series II: 2 Box 3 Folder 8 Item 488

    Coast (The waves beat at the breast...), 1940 12 lines on 1p. TS copy.

    With AN New York Times 1940 7.50.

    series II: 2 Box 3 Folder 8 Item 489

    Coasting Hill (It stands at the edge of town. ...), undated 38 lines on 1p. TS.

    series II: 2 Box 3 Folder 8 Item 490

    Cobwebs (Upon the farm, now many years ago,...), undated 14 lines on 1p. TS copy.

    series II: 2 Box 3 Folder 8 Item 491

    Cock Crow (A fire that smoulders in his brain;...), undated 16 lines on 1p. TS.

    series II: 2 Box 3 Folder 8 Item 492

    A Cock Crows Near The Desert (A cock crows near the desert...), undated 20 lines on 1p. TS.

    series II: 2 Box 3 Folder 8 Item 493

    Cockatoos (They swagger with an arrogant disdain...), March 15, 1939 14 lines on 1p. TS.

    With AN Collected Poems LP and AN Sold to American Mercury 3/15/39 $10.00. [ms revision of lines 6 and 7].

    series II: 2 Box 3 Folder 8 Item 494

    Colts (Mock wildness leaps to morning, and they run...), October 6, 1941 14 lines on 1p. TS copy.

    Sold AN Sold to Weekly Magazine Christian Science Monitor 10/6/41 5.00. [Lines 13 and 14 lined out and ms revision below].

    series II: 2 Box 3 Folder 8 Item 495

    The Compass (With planting done, the sailor turned away-...), November 4, 1938 14 lines on 1p. TS.

    With AN Sold to the Ave Maria 11/4/38 $5.00 for Spring 1939.

    series II: 2 Box 3 Folder 8 Item 496

    Conquest (No soil shall ever be rich enough...), undated 12 lines on 1p. TS.

    series II: 2 Box 3 Folder 8 Item 497

    The Continuity Of Courage (A gloom has settled on the earth before,...), August 9, 1965 18 lines on 3p. MS.

    Dictated August 9, 1965.

    series II: 2 Box 3 Folder 8 Item 498

    The Continuity Of Courage (A gloom has settled on the earth before,...), August 9, 1965 18 lines on 1p. TS.

    series II: 2 Box 3 Folder 8 Item 499

    The Continuity Of Courage (A gloom has settled on the earth before,...), August 9, 1965 TS copy.

    series II: 2 Box 3 Folder 8 Item 500

    Contradiction (Each day hurt dreams insisted...), undated 12 lines on 1p. TS.

    series II: 2 Box 3 Folder 8 Item 501

    Contradictions (Strange we are, for when we capture...), September 16, 1937 12 lines on 1p. TS.

    With AN Sold to The New York Sun 9/16/37 $4.00.

    series II: 2 Box 3 Folder 8 Item 502

    The Core (She picked the reddest apple from the bowl...), 1941 14 lines on 1p. TS.

    With AN Sold to Yankee 5/19/41 $3.00 and AN for September 1941 issue.

    series II: 2 Box 3 Folder 8 Item 503

    The Core (She picked the reddest apple from the bowl...), undated 14 lines on 1p. TS.

    With AN In Last Poems Section VIII Collected Poems and ANs as in Number 502 q.v.

    series II: 2 Box 3 Folder 8 Item 504

    The Corn Huskers (They strip the husk from the gold...), June 17, 1938 27 lines on 1p. TS.

    With AN Sold to The Farmer's Wife Magazine 6/17/38 $10.00 paid.

    series II: 2 Box 3 Folder 8 Item 505

    The Corn Huskers (They strip the husk from the gold...), June 17, 1938 TS.

    With similar AN.

    series II: 2 Box 3 Folder 8 Item 506

    Courage (It finds its many forms in natural things-...), October 22, 1942 14 lines on 1p. TS copy.

    With AN Sold to Holland's 10/22/42 $7.00.

    series II: 2 Box 3 Folder 8 Item 507

    Courage (She sat by her kitchen window,...), October 1942 24 lines on 1p. TS copy.

    With AN Sold to Yankee 10/1/42 $2.50.

    series II: 2 Box 3 Folder 8 Item 508

    The Cowbird (In the pastures with the grazing herd...), February 4, 1938 24 lines on 1p. TS.

    With AN Pub and AN Saint Nicholas 2/4/38 5.00 paid.

    series II: 2 Box 3 Folder 8 Item 509

    The Cowbird (In the pastures with the grazing herd...), February 4, 1938 TS.

    With similar AN.

    series II: 2 Box 3 Folder 8 Item 510

    The Cowbird (In the pastures with the grazing herd...), February 4, 1938 TS.

    Without AN.

    series II: 2 Box 3 Folder 8 Item 511

    The Crocus (Above the patchwork of the snow...), undated 12 lines on 1p. TS.

    series II: 2 Box 3 Folder 8 Item 512

    Crocus (Still many a dream must wait,...), September 24, 1942 13 lines on 1p. TS copy.

    With AN Sold to Saint Anthony Messenger 9/24/42 $3.00.

    series II: 2 Box 3 Folder 8 Item 513

    Crows (From a copper-green cauldron of meadow...), undated 13 lines on 1p. TS.

    series II: 2 Box 3 Folder 8 Item 514

    Crows In Spring (With flirt of tail, and bright malicious eyes,...), undated 14 lines on 1p. TS copy.

    With AN Accepted by Compass. [ms correction of last word, line 2].

    series II: 2 Box 3 Folder 8 Item 515

    The Crow's Nest (The pet crow cawed its anger from the eaves...), undated 26 lines on 1p. TS.

    series II: 2 Box 3 Folder 8 Item 516

    The Culprit (You had two old shoes-now there's one...), August 22, 1949 22 lines on 1p. TS copy.

    With AN Sold to Classmate 8/22/49 $11.00.

    series II: 2 Box 3 Folder 8 Item 517

    The Cupped Hand (We had stopped at the spring, on the hill,...), October 30, 1939 21 lines on 1p. TS.

    With AN LP Collected Poems and AN Sold to Church School Magazine 10/30/39 $6.00.

    series II: 2 Box 3 Folder 8 Item 518

    The Curtain (Two windows in her little room looked down...), undated 14 lines on 1p. TS copy.

    With AN PAD 3/20 1.00.

    series II: 2 Box 3 Folder 8 Item 519

    Cycles (The secret seed that tingles in its clod...), undated 14 lines on 1p. TS.

    series II: 2 Box 3 Folder 9 Item 520

    Damask Rose (Where the covered wagons went...), March 1945 12 lines on 1p. TS.

    With AN Sold to Saint Anthony Messenger 3/1945.

    series II: 2 Box 3 Folder 9 Item 521

    Dandelions (This is the gold for which...), August 23, 1939 19 lines on 1p. TS.

    With AN Sold to Spirit 8/23/39 $3.80.

    series II: 2 Box 3 Folder 9 Item 522

    Danger (The prophet's warning and the sage's word...), 1942 14 lines on 1p. TS copy.

    With AN Sold to Holland's 4/30/42 $7.00 paid 4/30/42 for August 1942.

    series II: 2 Box 3 Folder 9 Item 523

    Death Valley (Mirages build a mad abode...), undated 20 lines on 1p. TS.

    series II: 2 Box 3 Folder 9 Item 524

    The Debt (This is a time when sacrifice...), September 9, 1942 9 lines on 1p. TS copy.

    With AN Sold to Holland's 9/9/42 $4.50.

    series II: 2 Box 3 Folder 9 Item 525

    Deeper In The Interior (Time after time, I find in tales of travel-...), July 27, 1948 20 lines on 1p. TS.

    With AN Sold to Adult Student 7/27/1948 2.00.

    series II: 2 Box 3 Folder 9 Item 526

    Defeat (There is defeat where death gives anodyne...), undated 14 lines on 1p. TS.

    series II: 2 Box 3 Folder 9 Item 527

    Delirium (We found him tossing on his bed...), May 4, 1939 18 lines on 1p. TS copy.

    With AN Sold to Church School Magazine 5/4/39 $5.00.

    series II: 2 Box 3 Folder 9 Item 528

    Desert (Here thwarted gods have left their signatures...), undated 14 lines on 1p. TS.

    With TN -Better Verse- Literary Digest- Moult's Best Poems Oxford University.

    series II: 2 Box 3 Folder 9 Item 529

    Desert (Here thwarted gods have left their signatures...), undated TS.

    Without AN.

    series II: 2 Box 3 Folder 9 Item 530

    Desert (Here thwarted gods have left their signatures...), undated TS.

    Without AN.

    series II: 2 Box 3 Folder 9 Item 531

    The Desert (I am the vastness where the dreamer stands...), undated 12 lines on 1p. TS.

    series II: 2 Box 3 Folder 9 Item 532

    The Desert (I am the vastness where the dreamer stands...), undated TS.

    series II: 2 Box 3 Folder 9 Item 533

    A Desert Bird Bath (A tiny hollow in rust-colored rock...), undated 12 lines on 1p. TS.

    series II: 2 Box 3 Folder 9 Item 534

    Desert Legend (Where tawny cliffs sprawl with their rippled manes...), undated 14 lines on 1p. TS.

    series II: 2 Box 3 Folder 9 Item 535

    Desert Penitents (Bare willows form a straggling line...), undated 16 lines on 1p. TS.

    series II: 2 Box 3 Folder 9 Item 536

    Desert Rain (Flash of your silver pinions...), undated 16 lines on 1p. TS.

    series II: 2 Box 3 Folder 9 Item 537

    Desert Shadow Songs, I, II, III. I (The shadow of a cloud moves on the grass...), undated 31 lines on 1p. TS.

    series II: 2 Box 3 Folder 9 Item 538

    Deserted Barn In Winter (It seemed so lonely in the drifted field...), undated 14 lines on 1p. TS.

    series II: 2 Box 3 Folder 9 Item 539

    Deserted Grist Mill (The gray stone walls, impervious to weather...), undated 14 lines on 1p. TS.

    series II: 2 Box 3 Folder 9 Item 540

    Deserted Mill (Where men worked, trying hard to please...), 1939 24 lines on 1p. TS.

    With AN LP Collected Poems and AN 1939 George Sterling Memorial Award. The Society of Bookfellows, Chicago $25.00.

    series II: 2 Box 3 Folder 9 Item 541

    Deserted Orchards (Here, under fruit-globed patterns of the trees,...), undated 26 lines on 1p. TS.

    series II: 2 Box 3 Folder 9 Item 542

    Design For The Frost (Upon this window-pane...), undated 12 lines on 1p. TS.

    series II: 2 Box 3 Folder 9 Item 543

    The Detour (It turned aside from the main highway...), November 21, 1938 18 lines on 1p. TS.

    With AN Sold to Saint Nicholas 11/21/38 $5.00.

    series II: 2 Box 3 Folder 9 Item 544

    The Detour (It turned aside from the main highway...), November 21, 1938 TS.

    With identical AN.

    series II: 2 Box 3 Folder 9 Item 545

    Dock Watchman (He guards dark heaps of cargo, waiting now...), 1941 14 lines on 1p. TS copy.

    With AN [on verse] Some carbon copies of poems accepted by magazines 1941-2-3. [fragment of page].

    series II: 2 Box 3 Folder 9 Item 546

    Dogwood (If you have seen a cloud of white wings rise...), March 26, 1938 14 lines on 1p. TS.

    With AN Pub and AN Sold to Christian Science Monitor 3/26/38 $4.00 paid.

    series II: 2 Box 3 Folder 9 Item 547

    Downy Things (First of the downy things to wake and stir...), undated 14 lines on 1p. TS.

    With AN Original in left margin.

    series II: 2 Box 3 Folder 9 Item 548

    The Dragons (You are so young we cannot tell you yet...), October 19, 1943 14 lines on 1p. TS copy.

    With AN Sold to Everywoman's 10/19/43 $5.00.

    series II: 2 Box 3 Folder 9 Item 549

    Drifted Spring (The puzzled cattle stood around...), December 31, 1937 16 lines on 1p. TS.

    With AN Pub and AN Christian Science Monitor 12/31/37 $4.00 paid.

    series II: 2 Box 3 Folder 9 Item 550

    Dry Season (The sun had turned an angry glare...), 1936 22 lines on 1p. TS.

    With AN Sold Saturday Evening Post 7/9/36 $35.00 published August 15, 1936 [marked over]. [ms lines 23 and 24 heavily marked out].

    series II: 2 Box 3 Folder 9 Item 551

    Dump Head (Among discarded things, the shacks had grown...), undated 14 lines on 1p. TS.

    series II: 2 Box 3 Folder 9 Item 552

    Early Morning In A Glade (A fawn sleeps in the glade. ...), undated 12 lines on 1p. TS.

    series II: 2 Box 3 Folder 9 Item 553

    Early Pasture (Only a little while ago...), March 21, 1940 16 lines on 1p. TS copy.

    With AN Sold to Christian Science Monitor 3/21/40 $4.00.

    series II: 2 Box 3 Folder 9 Item 554

    Earth's Nearness (No arguments can yet refute...), July 12, 1941 18 lines on 1p. TS copy.

    With AN Sold to Saint Anthony Messenger 7/12/41 $4.00 paid 7/12/41.

    series II: 2 Box 3 Folder 9 Item 555

    The Echo (The heights were not unfriendly-simply grim...), January 24, 1940 14 lines on 1p. TS.

    With AN Sold to Oregonian Verse 1/24/40 $1.00.

    series II: 2 Box 3 Folder 9 Item 556

    The Echo (The heights were not unfriendly-simply grim...), January 24, 1940 TS copy.

    With similar AN.

    series II: 2 Box 3 Folder 9 Item 557

    The Edge Of Spring (I found it on a little slope...), November 21, 1938 16 lines on 1p. TS.

    With AN Sold to Saint Nicholas 11/21/38 5.00.

    series II: 2 Box 3 Folder 9 Item 558

    Elusive Beauty (You are as faint as ripples on a brook...), undated 14 lines on 1p. TS.

    series II: 2 Box 3 Folder 9 Item 559

    End Of Summer (Old orchard boughs swing upward, free...), undated 12 lines on 1p. TS.

    series II: 2 Box 3 Folder 9 Item 560

    The Eyes Light Up (Only the heart may know,...), June 22, 1939 12 lines on 1p. TS copy.

    With AN Sold to Saint Anthony Messenger 6/22/39 $3.50 Also The Journey 3.50 7.00.

    series II: 2 Box 3 Folder 9 Item 561

    Faces (Faces...at the windows of the years...), June 23, 1939 20 [originally 25] lines on 1p. TS copy.

    With AN LP and AN Sold to The American Mercury 6/23/39 $7.50. [Original lines 16-20 lined out].

    series II: 2 Box 3 Folder 9 Item 562

    Fall Plowing (Back and forth against the sky...), June 21, 1940 12 lines on 1p. TS.

    With AN Sold to Oregonian Verse 6/21/40 $1.00.

    series II: 2 Box 3 Folder 9 Item 563

    Fall Plowing (Back and forth against the sky...), June 21, 1940 TS copy.

    With similar AN.

    series II: 2 Box 3 Folder 9 Item 564

    Falling Blossoms (No quick rain, dropping a jeweled curtain...), undated 26 lines on 1p. TS.

    series II: 2 Box 3 Folder 9 Item 565

    Family Album (It was bound in plush, with a silver clasp...), July 21, 1938 20 lines on 1p. TS copy.

    With AN Sold to Christian Science Monitor 7/21/38 paid 7/21/38.

    series II: 2 Box 3 Folder 9 Item 566

    The Fancy Boat (When pasture brooks began to race...), August 15, 1941 22 lines on 1p. TS copy.

    With AN Sold to Boys Today 8/15/41 $11.00.

    series II: 2 Box 3 Folder 9 Item 567

    Fancy Work (Their rivalry began, when County Fairs...), undated 14 lines on 1p. TS copy.

    With AN Poem A Day 1.00.

    series II: 2 Box 3 Folder 9 Item 568

    The Farm (The neighbors wondered why he bought the farm-...), undated 14 lines on 1p. TS copy.

    With AN Poem A Day 1.00.

    series II: 2 Box 3 Folder 9 Item 569

    Farm Burial Ground (This place will always be...), October 12, 1940 20 lines on 1p. TS copy.

    With AN Sold to New York Times 10/12/40 $7.50.

    series II: 2 Box 3 Folder 9 Item 570

    A Father To His Dead Son (O little, white, still son...), undated 32 lines on 1p. TS copy.

    [ms insertion of one word, line 24].

    series II: 2 Box 3 Folder 9 Item 571

    A Fawn's First Rain (The first slow raindrop sliding down a leaf...), undated 14 lines on 1p. TS.

    series II: 2 Box 3 Folder 9 Item 572

    The Field (I stand again in the field...), December 10, 1937 21 [originally 28] lines on 1p. TS.

    With AN In Earth Circles and Horizons and AN Accepted Poetry, a magazine of verse 12/10/37$6.00?

    series II: 2 Box 3 Folder 9 Item 573

    The Field (I stand again in the field...), December 10, 1937 21 lines on 1p. TS.

    [cf. Number 572. This is corrected Volume].

    series II: 2 Box 3 Folder 9 Item 574

    The Field (A path, grown over, led into the field...), undated 14 lines on 1p. TS.

    series II: 2 Box 3 Folder 9 Item 575

    Field Mice (They build neat houses of their own...), May 29, 1941 20 lines on 1p. TS copy.

    With AN Sold to Classmate 5/28/41 $10.00.

    series II: 2 Box 3 Folder 9 Item 576

    Fiesta (Dolores wears a crimson dress to match her flaming lips...), undated 24 lines on 1p. TS.

    series II: 2 Box 3 Folder 9 Item 577

    Fireflies (The fireflies are cynics small...), undated 4 lines on 1p. TS.

    series II: 2 Box 3 Folder 9 Item 578

    First Loneliness (The visitors, in the easy chairs,...), undated 22 lines on 1p. TS copy.

    With AN Sold to Extension $6.00.

    series II: 2 Box 3 Folder 9 Item 579

    First Parting (Who is this sudden prince who goes...), May 24, 1939 30 lines on 1p. TS.

    With AN Sold to Extension Magazine 5/24/39 $6.00. [Original title: First Day At School, with ms title above, and ms revision line 24].

    series II: 2 Box 3 Folder 9 Item 580

    First Parting (Behold this sudden prince who goes...), May 24, 1939 30 lines on 1p. TS copy.

    With AN Sold to Extension Magazine 5/24/39 $6.00. [cf Number 579, first line and punctuation difference line 4].

    series II: 2 Box 3 Folder 9 Item 581

    The First Sled (Below the wooly cap, his eyes...), September 20, 1939 20 lines on 1p. TS copy.

    With AN Sold to Extension Magazine 9/20/39 $4.00.

    series II: 2 Box 3 Folder 9 Item 582

    First Spring In Town (It is, no more, what must be done...), May 13, 1938 26 lines on 1p. TS.

    With AN Sold to Christian Science Monitor 5/13/38 4.00 paid.

    series II: 2 Box 3 Folder 9 Item 583

    First Spring In Town (It is, no more, what must be done...), May 13, 1938 TS.

    With similar AN.

    series II: 2 Box 3 Folder 9 Item 584

    First Tracking Snow (He smelled the smoke of apple wood...), undated 30 lines on 1p. TS.

    series II: 2 Box 3 Folder 9 Item 585

    Flamingo (Flamingo is a dancer and many a gringo,...), July 27, 1943 35 lines on 1p. TS copy.

    With AN Sold to New Masses Published July 27, 1943 $10.00.

    series II: 2 Box 3 Folder 9 Item 586

    Flax Flower (Five petals keep an innocence of blue...), undated 14 lines on 1p. TS.

    series II: 2 Box 3 Folder 9 Item 587

    Flight Of Herons Gila River (From slow dark waters edged with shadow-drift...), undated 14 lines on 1p. TS.

    series II: 2 Box 3 Folder 9 Item 588

    Flock Of Chickadees (It was as if, through cold and snow,...), February 2, 1940 12 lines on 1p. TS copy.

    With AN Sold to Christian Science Monitor 2/2/40 $4.00.

    series II: 2 Box 3 Folder 9 Item 589

    The Flower (By chance I found it, blooming in a place...), May 4, 1938 14 lines on 1p. TS.

    With AN Pub and AN Sold to The Sign 5/4/38 $5.00 paid paid.

    series II: 2 Box 3 Folder 9 Item 590

    Flowering Locust (One little grove of the flowering locust...), February 21, 1938 20 lines on 1p. TS.

    With AN Sold to Saint Nicholas 2/21/38 5.00 paid.

    series II: 2 Box 3 Folder 9 Item 591

    Flowering Locust (One little grove of the flowering locust...), February 21, 1938 TS.

    With similar AN.

    series II: 2 Box 3 Folder 9 Item 592

    Flowering Locust (One little grove of the flowering locust...), February 21, 1938 TS.

    Without AN.

    series II: 2 Box 3 Folder 9 Item 593

    Flowers On The Ledge (A careless wind had sowed the seeds...), May 11, 1942 16 lines on 1p. TS copy.

    With AN Sold to Washington Post Poems 5/11/42 $4.00 paid 5/11/42.

    series II: 2 Box 3 Folder 9 Item 594

    Footprints In The Dew (Brief histories of loveliness...), February 18, 1939 12 lines on 1p. MS/TS.

    With AN Sold to Ave Maria 2/18/39 $5.00. [Last stanza circled with critical note by editor (?) below] [Glenn Ward Dresbach's ms revision of last stanza below note]

    series II: 2 Box 3 Folder 9 Item 595

    Footsteps In Snow (In feathery new snow the footsteps fall...), December 5, 1942 14 lines on 1p. TS.

    With AN Sold to Home Forum Page Christian Science Monitor 12/5/42 $4.00 paid. [ms revision of words, lines 8 and 14]

    series II: 2 Box 3 Folder 9 Item 596

    For The New Year (Without our memories, however brave...), January 3, 1944 14 lines on 1p. TS copy.

    With AN Sold to Washington Post Poems 1/3/44 $13.50.

    series II: 2 Box 3 Folder 9 Item 597

    Forest of Ferns (Heat falters at these feathery walls, and turns...), 1939 14 lines on 1p. TS copy.

    With AN Sold to Christian Science Monitor 7/31/39 $4.50. paid 8/3/39.

    series II: 2 Box 3 Folder 9 Item 598

    Forgotten Hands (I reach my hands to all the hands that sowed...), undated 14 lines on 1p. TS.

    series II: 2 Box 3 Folder 9 Item 599

    Fox Tracks (I followed his thoughts-...), 1940 12 lines on 1p. TS copy.

    With AN Sold to The Washington Post 6/28/40 $1.50 paid 7/2/40.

    series II: 2 Box 3 Folder 9 Item 600

    Fox Tracks (It seems that a fox amuses...), September 25, 1940 24 lines on 1p. TS copy.

    With AN Sold to Targer 9/25/40 $5.00?

    series II: 2 Box 3 Folder 9 Item 601

    Foxes (If you have watched the little foxes roll...), September 21, 1942 14 lines on 1p. TS copy.

    With AN Talaria 9/21/42.

    series II: 2 Box 3 Folder 9 Item 602

    Free Samples (She started sending for them when a girl-...), February 22, 1938 14 lines on 1p. TS.

    With AN Sold to McCall's 1/22/38 $20.00 paid.

    series II: 2 Box 3 Folder 9 Item 603

    Friends In Spring (He turned from crowded streets, not knowing where...), undated 14 lines on 1p. TS.

    series II: 2 Box 3 Folder 10 Item 604

    Gain (We do not lose the Summer when it goes...), June 21, 1940 [originally 14] lines on 1p. TS.

    With AN Sold to Oregonian Verse 6/21/40 1.00. [Original lines 9-14 marked over and ms revision one word, line 8]

    series II: 2 Box 3 Folder 10 Item 605

    Gain (We do not lose the Summer when it goes...), June 21, 1940 TS copy.

    With similar AN.

    series II: 2 Box 3 Folder 10 Item 606

    Game Country (No trails of driven cattle pattern here...), undated 14 lines on 1p. TS.

    series II: 2 Box 3 Folder 10 Item 607

    Garden Left Alone (Now in some fairer land she may forget...), undated 14 lines on 1p. TS.

    With AN Accepted by Talaria 12-36 [marked over].

    series II: 2 Box 3 Folder 10 Item 608

    Garden Left Alone (Now in some fairer land she may forget...), undated TS.

    With AN 2nd group. [cf spelling hollyhocks, line 4].

    series II: 2 Box 3 Folder 10 Item 609

    Garden Mood (The years may keep sun-patterned walls,...), undated 12 lines on 1p. TS.

    series II: 2 Box 3 Folder 10 Item 610

    Ghost Town Album, I, II, III, IV, V, VI. I. (Caleb Andrew Williams, Banker. His bank made no pretense of ornament...), undated 70 lines [14 lines in each part] on 3l. TS.

    series II: 2 Box 3 Folder 10 Item 611

    Girl In The Spring Wind (Here is the ecstasy of youth and spring...), undated 14 lines on 1p. TS.

    series II: 2 Box 3 Folder 10 Item 612

    Girls' Choir (Warm light from the high windows...), August 9, 1943 12 lines on 1p. TS.

    With AN Sold to Household Magazine 8/9/43 $6.00. [ms corrections in title].

    series II: 2 Box 3 Folder 10 Item 613

    Giving (Life has two ways of giving: from the one...), September 1937 14 lines on 1p. TS.

    With TN Winner of the Lily Reed Zortman Sonnet Prize. The Order of the Bookfellows, Chicago. September, 1937.

    series II: 2 Box 3 Folder 10 Item 614

    The Glass Cane (Striped like a stick of candy, it had hung...), February 19, 1938 14 lines on 1p. TS.

    With AN Sold to McCall's 2/19/38 $20.00 paid. [ms revision of two words, line 12].

    series II: 2 Box 3 Folder 10 Item 615

    Golden Interval (It starts with golden-rod along the lane...), 1938 14 lines on 1p. TS.

    With AN Sold to Christian Science Monitor 10/7/38 $4.00 paid 10/20/38.

    series II: 2 Box 3 Folder 10 Item 616

    The Gourd At The Spring (I remember a summer long ago...), undated 24 lines on 1p. TS.

    With AN Sold to the Saturday Evening Post $35.00.

    series II: 2 Box 3 Folder 10 Item 617

    The Gourd At The Spring (I remember a summer long ago...), undated TS.

    Without AN.

    series II: 2 Box 3 Folder 10 Item 618

    The Gourd At The Spring (I remember a summer long ago...), undated TS.

    Without AN. [cf punctuation line 3].

    series II: 2 Box 3 Folder 10 Item 619

    Gourds (These are the fruits that seem to be...), May 28, 1941 16 lines on 1p. TS copy.

    With AN Sold to Classmate 5/28/41 $8.00.

    series II: 2 Box 3 Folder 10 Item 620

    Grandma (Her eyes were bright and quick was her pace. ...), October 18, 1943 26 lines on 1p. TS copy.

    With AN Sold to Saint Anthony Messenger 10/18/43 5.00 paid.

    series II: 2 Box 3 Folder 10 Item 621

    Grapevine Swing (This was not like a swing, upon a limb,...), undated 14 lines on 1p. TS copy.

    series II: 2 Box 3 Folder 10 Item 622

    Green Wood (It has not yet been reconciled...), November 6, 1942 18 lines on 1p. TS copy.

    With AN Sold to Washington Post Poems 11/6/42 $4.50 paid.

    series II: 2 Box 3 Folder 10 Item 623

    Grown Up (The dog was only a puppy then...), May 21, 1942 22 lines on 1p. TS copy.

    With AN Sold to Boys Today 5/21/42 $11.00.

    series II: 2 Box 3 Folder 10 Item 624

    The Guardians (The dam he made to save the bottom lands...), undated 12 lines on 1p. TS.

    series II: 2 Box 3 Folder 10 Item 625

    Gulls (Their wings have flashed with sails against the dawn...), January 28, 1938 14 lines on 1p. TS.

    With AN Sold Christian Science Monitor 1/28/38 $4.00 paid.

    series II: 2 Box 3 Folder 10 Item 626

    A Gypsy Song (A lonely boy, across the upland pasture,...), undated 20 lines on 1p. MS.

    series II: 2 Box 3 Folder 10 Item 627

    Gypsy Wagons(They stirred the summer dusk for me...), November 18, 1938 24 lines on 1p. TS.

    With AN Sold to The Farmer's Wife Magazine 11/18/38 $6.00 paid.

    series II: 2 Box 3 Folder 10 Item 628

    Harbor Dusk (The bell in that old tower, gaunt and gray,...), September 12, 1938 16 lines on 1p. TS copy.

    With AN 9/12/38 Sold to Christian Science Monitor $4.50 paid.

    series II: 2 Box 3 Folder 10 Item 629

    Harbor Lights (Like drowsy flowers of flame above the wall...), December 6, 1937 14 [originally 16] lines on 1p. MS/TS.

    With AN Pub and AN McCall's 12/6/37 $15.00 paid. [Original lines 13, 14, 16 lined out]. [ms revision of words, phrases, and line 16].

    series II: 2 Box 3 Folder 10 Item 630

    Harbor Lights (Like drowsy flowers of flame above the wall...), December 6, 1937 MS/TS.

    With similar AN. [ms. revisions out cf. with Number 629].

    series II: 2 Box 3 Folder 10 Item 631

    A Hard Winter (The red squirrel in the old oak tree...), June 22, 1942 21 lines on 1p. TS.

    With AN Sold to The Young Catholic Messenger 6/22/42 $5.00.

    series II: 2 Box 3 Folder 10 Item 632

    Hardy Perennials (Now, when so many flowers turn...), September 29, 1941 11 lines on 1p. TS copy.

    With AN Sold to Home Forum Page Christian Science Monitor 9/29/41 $3.50.

    series II: 2 Box 3 Folder 10 Item 633

    Harvesting (Not all the harvesters bring in today...), May 31, 1940 14 lines on 1p. TS.

    With AN Sold to Church School Magazine Harvesters 5/31/40 $5.00.

    series II: 2 Box 3 Folder 10 Item 634

    Harvesting (Not all the harvesters bring in today...), May 31, 1940 TS.

    With AN Christian Science Monitor.

    series II: 2 Box 3 Folder 10 Item 635

    Harvesters (Not all the harvesters bring in today...), October 1940 14 lines on 1p. TS copy.

    With AN Church School Magazine October 1940.

    series II: 2 Box 3 Folder 10 Item 636

    Haunted House (Deserted, it stands in a cup...), January 1938 22 lines on 1p. TS.

    With AN Published January 1938, AN In Earth-Circles and Horizons, and AN Ladies' Home Journal Published January 1938. $22.00 paid.

    series II: 2 Box 3 Folder 10 Item 637

    The Haunted Mine (Three cedars, slanted to distance...), undated 24 lines on 1p. TS.

    series II: 2 Box 3 Folder 10 Item 638

    Hawk Circles (Here I have seen wide circles that a hawk...), undated 14 lines on 1p. TS.

    series II: 2 Box 3 Folder 10 Item 639

    Hawk In The Twilight (He drifts from dusts of twilight sifted there...), undated 14 lines on 1p. TS.

    series II: 2 Box 3 Folder 10 Item 640

    Hay Makers (They load the clouds of Summer now...), March 20, 1939 22 lines on 1p. TS copy.

    With AN Sold to Holland's 3/20/39 $11.00.

    series II: 2 Box 3 Folder 10 Item 641

    Hay Wagon (He remembered in books the young kings going...), July 6, 1942 24 lines on 1p. TS copy.

    With AN Sold to Washington Post Poems 7/6/42 $6.00 paid.

    series II: 2 Box 3 Folder 10 Item 642

    Haystack In A Wintry Field (The summer had been so good for hay...), December 1938 26 lines on 1p. TS.

    With AN Saint Nicholas $5.00 published December 1938.

    series II: 2 Box 3 Folder 10 Item 643

    Haystack In A Wintry Field (The summer had been so good for hay...), December 1938 26 lines on 1p. TS.

    With AN Fild Copy and AN Sold to Saint Nicholas 6.00 (?) paid 12/21/38 published December 1938.

    series II: 2 Box 3 Folder 10 Item 644

    Hazy Weather (The circle is contracted and the sky...), undated 14 lines on 1p. TS.

    series II: 2 Box 3 Folder 10 Item 645

    The Heirloom (She found the Spanish shawl one lonely day--...), 1937-1938 14 lines on 1p. TS.

    With AN Pub, AN Published February issue, 1938, and AN McCall's 12/6/37 $20.00 paid.

    series II: 2 Box 3 Folder 10 Item 646

    Her Garden (Frail towers of the larkspur, blue and white,...), June 24, 1941 14 lines on 1p. TS copy.

    With AN Sold to Portland Oregonian 6/24/41 1.00.

    series II: 2 Box 3 Folder 10 Item 647

    The Herb Gatherer (When fragrant fires of autumn smoulder...), undated 28 lines on 1p. TS.

    series II: 2 Box 3 Folder 10 Item 648

    The Herd (So slowly fell the shallow sea...), undated 10 lines on 1p. TS.

    series II: 2 Box 3 Folder 10 Item 649

    High Pasture (The tall grass moves in waves of light to the crest...), September 19, 1940 17 lines on 1p. TS copy.

    With AN New York Times and AN Sold to The New York Times 9/19/40 $7.50.

    series II: 2 Box 3 Folder 10 Item 650

    The Highest Apple (We saw it getting redder day by day...), May 4, 1939 14 lines on 1p. TS copy.

    With AN Sold to Spirit 5/4/39 $2.80. [ms revision of 3 words, line 13].

    series II: 2 Box 3 Folder 10 Item 651

    Hill Farm Auction (Winds whirl the leaves along the rutted lane...), March 16, 1940 14 lines on 1p. TS copy.

    With AN Sold Holland's 3/16/40 $7.00.

    series II: 2 Box 3 Folder 10 Item 652

    A Hill In Autumn (The only high hill, far and wide,...), undated 30 lines on 1p. TS.

    series II: 2 Box 3 Folder 10 Item 653

    Hill Of Cedars (This was their choiceat the edge...), August 13, 1943 10 [originally 20] lines on 1p. TS copy.

    With AN Revised copy. Sold to Home Forum Page, Christian Science Monitor 8/13/43 $3.50. [original lines and parts of lines marked over].

    series II: 2 Box 3 Folder 10 Item 654

    The Hill Pasture (He had never found the time to time...), undated 26 lines on 1p. TS.

    series II: 2 Box 3 Folder 10 Item 655

    Hills (Let there be hills to climb,...), March 2, 1939 14 lines on 1p. TS copy.

    With AN Sold to Church School Magazine 3/2/39 $5.00.

    series II: 2 Box 3 Folder 10 Item 656

    Hills In Twilight (The hills seem closer, whether twilight comes...), October 31, 1938 14 lines on 1p. TS.

    With AN Sold to Church School Magazine 10/31/38 $5.00 and AN For 1939 Record.

    series II: 2 Box 3 Folder 10 Item 657

    Hills In Twilight (The hills seem closer, whether twilight comes...), October 31, 1938 TS.

    With identical ANs.

    series II: 2 Box 3 Folder 10 Item 658

    Hills In Twilight (The hills seem closer, whether twilight comes...), October 31, 1938 TS.

    Without ANs.

    series II: 2 Box 3 Folder 10 Item 659

    The Hired Girl (That summer when Miranda took her bed...), May 13, 1940 14 lines on 1p. TS copy.

    With AN Sold to Poem A Day 5/13/40 1.00 and AN Also Fugitives.

    series II: 2 Box 3 Folder 10 Item 660

    Hollyhocks (Where the covered wagons went...), May 22, 1943 16 lines on 1p. TS.

    With AN Sold to Everywoman's 5/22/43 $5.00. [Original title On Planting Hollyhocks but first 2 words heavily marked over].

    series II: 2 Box 3 Folder 10 Item 661

    Hollyhocks (Where the covered wagons went...), May 22, 1943 TS.

    With identical AN and title revision.

    series II: 2 Box 3 Folder 10 Item 662

    Honey In The Wall (Since no one claims the old house any more,...), June 10, 1938 16 lines on 1p. TS.

    With AN Sold to The Yale Review 6/10/38 $10.00 paid.

    series II: 2 Box 3 Folder 10 Item 663

    Honey In The Wall (Since no one claims the old house any more,...), June 10, 1938 TS.

    Without AN.

    series II: 2 Box 3 Folder 10 Item 664

    A House For The Birds (A shower drove him from his garden ground...), undated 22 lines on 1p. TS.

    series II: 2 Box 3 Folder 10 Item 665

    House For The Wrens (Spring storms had blown the bird house away-.., 1941-1942 22 [originally 24] lines on 1p. TS copy.

    With AN Pub May 1942 and AN Sold to Boys Today 9/19/41 11.00 paid. [Lines and phrases marked over and ms revisions].

    series II: 2 Box 3 Folder 10 Item 666

    The House In The Willows, I, II, III. I. (The sudden twilight put dark shadow-cloaks...), undated 208 lines on 4l. TS.

    series II: 2 Box 3 Folder 10 Item 667

    Huckleberries (Here are the elfin forests, under trees...), June 6, 1945 14 lines on 1p. TS.

    With AN Sold to Household 7.00 paid 6/6/45.

    series II: 2 Box 3 Folder 10 Item 668

    The Humming Bird (These tiny wings, like gossamer,...), undated 16 lines on 1p. TS.

    series II: 2 Box 3 Folder 10 Item 669

    Hymn To The Desert (O first vast temple where...), undated 24 lines on 1p. TS.

    series II: 2 Box 3 Folder 11 Item 670

    I Heard A Gypsy's Violin (I heard a gypsy's violin...), undated 20 lines on 1p. TS.

    series II: 2 Box 3 Folder 11 Item 671

    I Heard A Thrush When Twilight Came (I heard a thrush when twilight came...), undated 12 lines on 1p. TS.

    series II: 2 Box 3 Folder 11 Item 672

    I Made You A Song (I made you a song of rain along the tree-tops...), undated 12 lines on 1p. TS.

    series II: 2 Box 3 Folder 11 Item 673

    I Shall Remember The Bugles (I shall remember the bugles...), undated 8 lines on 1p. TS.

    series II: 2 Box 3 Folder 11 Item 674

    I Would Build Myself A House (I would build myself a house...), undated 8 lines on 1p. TS.

    series II: 2 Box 3 Folder 11 Item 675

    In An Old Orchard (Hail, roisterer from cool taverns...), undated 26 lines on 1p. TS.

    series II: 2 Box 3 Folder 11 Item 676

    In The Cannon's Mouth (This sinister shape that once could thunder...), January 11, 1939 16 [originally 32] lines on 1p. TS copy.

    With AN Collected Poems and AN Sold to McCall's 1/11/39 $20.00. [Original lines 9-24 marked out].

    series II: 2 Box 3 Folder 11 Item 677

    In The Cannon's Mouth (This sinister shape that once could thunder...), January 11, 1939 16 lines on 1p. TS.

    [cf Number 676 as this is final form].

    series II: 2 Box 3 Folder 11 Item 678

    In The Desert, I, II, III, IV, V, VI. I.(When I see a great ledge undermined by water... II. (These white blooms that seemed wings about to fly...) III. (What is that creeping shadow where the glooms...) IV. (Hot sands I crossed no longer burn my eyes--...) V. (This is immensity the soul may hold...) VI. (I stand before the winds upon the height...), 1930 14, 12, 14, 20, 22, and 9 lines on 3l. TS copy.

    With AN Poetry World May 1930 and AN $150 Prize October 1930. [ms revision of 2 words] [cf. Number 679].

    series II: 2 Box 3 Folder 11 Item 679

    In The Desert, I, II, III, IV, V, VI. I.(When I see a great ledge undermined by water... [II and III same as Number 678 c.v.] IV(Flowers of mist and silence...) [V,VI,VIII same as IV,V,VI in Number 678 q.v.], undated 14, 12, 14, 20, 20, 22, and 9 lines on 3l. TS.

    Attaching ANS NB. Glenn Ward Dresbach. Undated and unsigned. To the best of my knowledge, never published. Beverley Githens Dresbach. [cf. Number 678].

    series II: 2 Box 3 Folder 11 Item 680

    In The Firelight (They have been far, who sit with quiet faces...), December 30, 1937 14 lines on 1p. TS.

    With AN Christian Science Monitor 12/20/37 $4.00 paid.

    series II: 2 Box 3 Folder 11 Item 681

    In The Firelight (They have been far, who sit with quiet faces...), December 30, 1937 TS.

    Without AN.

    series II: 2 Box 3 Folder 11 Item 682

    The Inheritance (The woodlot stood on the only hill...), October 2, 1941 16 [originally 24] lines on 1p. TS copy.

    With AN 16 lines Sold to Young Catholic Messenger 10/2/41 $6.00. [original lines 13-20 marked out].

    series II: 2 Box 3 Folder 11 Item 683

    Inscription On A Cabin Door (Who enters here is wise to leave outside...), undated 17 lines on 1p. TS.

    series II: 2 Box 3 Folder 11 Item 684

    Interiors (We learn to listen at discarded shells...), undated 14 lines on 1p. MS/TS.

    [ms. revision of many words and phrases].

    series II: 2 Box 3 Folder 11 Item 685

    Intimation To The Touch (Rough bark of trees the sunlight leans against,...), undated 14 lines on 1p. TS.

    series II: 2 Box 3 Folder 11 Item 686

    Introduction (You are now about to meet...), January 16, 1945 14 lines on 1p. TS.

    With AN Sold to Weekly Magazine Section Christian Science Monitor 1/16/45 $5.00. [Original title: Introduction of a Child To A Meadow Lark, with last 7 words lined out].

    series II: 2 Box 3 Folder 11 Item 687

    Introduction Of A Child To A Meadow Lark (You are now about to meet...), circa 1945 14 lines on 1p. TS copy.

    With AN Sold to Weekly Magazine Section Christian Science Monitor $5.00 2/45[?] [Original title, cf. Number 686].

    series II: 2 Box 3 Folder 11 Item 688

    Introduction (Child and Meadow Lark) (You are now about to meet...), February 9, 1945 14 lines on 1p. TS.

    With AN Author of poems in Ladies' Home Journal..., etc. and AN Sold to Weekly Magazine Section Christian Science Monitor published 2/9/45. [ms addition to title; cf. Number 686 and 687].

    series II: 2 Box 3 Folder 11 Item 689

    The Intruder (Just a little stray dog that happened by...), April 29, 1948 24 lines on 1p. TS copy.

    With AN Sold to Pioneer 4/29/48 $2.50.

    series II: 2 Box 3 Folder 11 Item 690

    The Invader (Spring snow was the invader, cruel and still,...), January 16, 1939 19 lines on 1p. TS.

    With AN Sold to Christian Science Monitor 1/16/39 $4.50.

    series II: 2 Box 3 Folder 11 Item 691

    Invocation (Let there be thought...), undated 16 lines on 1p. TS.

    series II: 2 Box 3 Folder 11 Item 692

    Isolation (Despoilers of the earth have battered down...), November 20, 1942 14 lines on 1p. TS.

    With AN Sold to New York Times 11/20/42 $7.50.

    series II: 2 Box 3 Folder 11 Item 693

    Isolation (Despoilers of the earth have battered down...), November 20, 1942 14 lines on 1p. TS copy.

    With AN Last Section CP And AN Sold to New York Times $7.50.

    series II: 2 Box 3 Folder 11 Item 694

    It Was The Heart (The heart had known before...), December 22, 1941 16 lines on 1p. TS copy.

    With AN Collected Poems Use in VIII Last Poems and AN Sold to New York Sun 12/22/41 $4.00.

    series II: 2 Box 3 Folder 11 Item 695

    It Was The Heart (The heart had known before...), December 22, 1941 16 lines on 1p. TS.

    With AN From The New York Sun. On verse: Words (Words have no boundaries in which confines...) 14 lines on 1p. TS. With AN From the Catholic World.

    series II: 2 Box 3 Folder 11 Item 696

    Jewelled Idols (From hovels, in each stench of narrow street...), June 28, 1943 14 lines on 1p. TS copy.

    With AN Accepted by Living Poetry 6/28/43.

    series II: 2 Box 3 Folder 11 Item 697

    Jim (Now Jim is the proudest man in town-...), January 22, 1943 22 lines on 1p. TS copy.

    With AN Sold to Progressive Farmer 1/22/43 $.

    series II: 2 Box 3 Folder 11 Item 698

    Jose and Juan (When night came on the desert,...), undated 16 lines on 1p. TS.

    series II: 2 Box 3 Folder 11 Item 699

    The Jug (He intimated that he was not one...), 1941-1942 14 lines on 1p. TS copy.

    With AN Sold to Yankee 8/11/41 3.00 for January 1942.

    series II: 2 Box 3 Folder 11 Item 700

    The Jungle (From that hot, treacherous jungle in his breast...), undated 14 lines on 1p. TS.

    series II: 2 Box 3 Folder 11 Item 701

    Jungle Trail (This is the trail the small brown deer...), undated 8 lines on 1p. TS.

    series II: 2 Box 3 Folder 11 Item 702

    The Key (It was a very large bronze key...), September 14, 1939 20 lines on 1p. TS copy.

    With AN Sold to The Elementary Teacher 9/14/39 $5.00.

    series II: 2 Box 3 Folder 11 Item 703

    The Kind Of Apples (There seemed to be no question in his mind...), July 3, 1943 14 lines on 1p. TS copy.

    With AN Sold to Successful Farming 7/3/43 $4.00.

    series II: 2 Box 3 Folder 11 Item 704

    Kitten In The Snow (The Kitten crouched on the barndoor sill...), January 11, 1939 22 lines on 1p. TS copy.

    With AN Collected and AN Sold to McCall's 1/11/39 $20.00.

    series II: 2 Box 3 Folder 11 Item 705

    Lake Of Gold (There is a legend of a lake of gold...), July 1943 14 lines on 1p. TS.

    With AN Sold to Short Stories 7/1/43 $3.50.

    series II: 2 Box 3 Folder 11 Item 706

    The Landmark (At first, it seemed incredible--...), December 9, 1939 20 lines on 1p. TS copy.

    With AN Sold to Poem A Day 12/9/39 1.00.

    series II: 2 Box 3 Folder 11 Item 707

    The Lantern (Unlighted for so long, the lantern hung...), April 7, 1945 14 lines on 1p. TS.

    With AN Sold to New England Homestead 4/7/45 1.60.

    series II: 2 Box 3 Folder 11 Item 708

    The Lantern (Unlighted for so long, the lantern hung...), April 7, 1945 TS copy.

    Without AN.

    series II: 2 Box 3 Folder 11 Item 709

    Lantern In The Storm (Night was a swoop of black wings...), May 9, 1938 24 lines on 1p. TS.

    With AN Pub and AN Sold to Christian Science Monitor 5/9/38 $4.00 paid.

    series II: 2 Box 3 Folder 11 Item 710

    Lark Meadow (The grass seems drifting by...), undated 12 lines on 1p. TS.

    series II: 2 Box 3 Folder 11 Item 711

    Lark's Feather (This little feather was pressed...), July 10, 1939 12 lines on 1p. TS.

    With AN LP Collected Poems and AN Sold to Christian Science Monitor 7/10/39 4.00.

    series II: 2 Box 3 Folder 11 Item 712

    Lark's Feather (This little feather was pressed...), July 10, 1939 TS copy.

    With similar AN.

    series II: 2 Box 3 Folder 11 Item 713

    Larkspur (The larkspur may remind someone...), 1942 20 lines on 1p. TS copy.

    With AN Collected Poems Section VIII Last Poems and AN Sold to Weekly Magazine Section of the Christian Science Monitor 1/3/42 $10.00 paid 1/22/42.

    series II: 2 Box 3 Folder 11 Item 714

    The Last Corn Shock (I remember how we stood...), 1940 21 lines on 1p. TS copy.

    With AN Sold to Poetry, a magazine of verse 8 [?]/30/40.

    series II: 2 Box 3 Folder 11 Item 715

    The Last Grizzly (Somewhere among the impregnable rocks, his sleep...), undated 24 lines on 1p. TS.

    series II: 2 Box 3 Folder 11 Item 716

    The Last Grizzly (Somewhere among the impregnable rocks, his sleep...), undated TS.

    series II: 2 Box 3 Folder 11 Item 717

    Last Lark Of Summer (Rise like a golden spark...), undated 24 lines on 1p. TS.

    series II: 2 Box 3 Folder 11 Item 718

    Lasting Springs (I like clear springs that keep on flowing...), undated 17 lines on 1p. TS.

    series II: 2 Box 3 Folder 11 Item 719

    Late For Chores (It would not be easy to explain...), undated 26 lines on 1p. TS.

    With AN Sold to Ted Malone Pictorial Review $10.00 paid.

    series II: 2 Box 3 Folder 11 Item 720

    Late For Chores (It would not be easy to explain...), undated TS copy.

    With similar AN.

    series II: 2 Box 3 Folder 11 Item 721

    Leaf Edge (We shall come back from staring down...), July 21, 1941 18 lines on 1p. TS.

    With AN Last Poems Section VIII Collected Poems and AN Sold to Christian Science Monitor Weekly Magazine Section 7/21/41 $5.00.

    series II: 2 Box 3 Folder 11 Item 722

    Leaf Patterns (The delicate tracery has turned...), October 5, 1942 12 lines on 1p. TS copy.

    With AN Sold to Home Forum Page Christian Science Monitor 10/5/42 $3.50.

    series II: 2 Box 3 Folder 11 Item 723

    Ledge Flower (Mirages, contending with space,...), undated 6 lines on 1p. TS.

    series II: 2 Box 3 Folder 11 Item 724

    Let There Be Kites Again (Let there be kites again-...), undated 18 lines on 1p. TS.

    series II: 2 Box 3 Folder 11 Item 725

    Let Winter Stay (Let winter stay in the mid--...), January 9, 1942 16 lines on 1p. TS copy.

    With AN Sold to Washington Post Poems 1/9/42 4.00 paid.

    series II: 2 Box 3 Folder 11 Item 726

    The Lights (There was a house I used to know...), undated 20 [originally 22] lines on 1p. TS copy.

    [Original lines 21-22 marked out]. [ms revision of words, phrases, and last line].

    series II: 2 Box 3 Folder 11 Item 727

    Lines For Under A Ship Model (No pattern caught from beauty is in vain...), undated 14 lines on 1p. TS.

    series II: 2 Box 3 Folder 11 Item 728

    Listening (We shall return, when ears no more...), July 25, 1941 16 lines on 1p. TS copy.

    With AN Sold to Classmate 7/25/41 $8.00.

    series II: 2 Box 3 Folder 11 Item 729

    Little Bird (It had fluttered down from the nest...), undated 16 lines on 1p. TS.

    series II: 2 Box 3 Folder 11 Item 730

    The Little Wolf (The coyote is a little wolf...), undated 24 lines on 1p. TS.

    series II: 2 Box 3 Folder 11 Item 731

    The Locked Door (Always, when they had come before,...), undated 28 lines on 1p. TS.

    With AN Collected Poems and AN Sold to Holland's $14.00 paid.

    series II: 2 Box 3 Folder 11 Item 732

    The Locked Door (Always, when they had come before,...), August 5, 1939 28 lines on 1p. TS copy.

    With AN Sold to Holland's 8/5/39 $14.00.

    series II: 2 Box 3 Folder 11 Item 733

    The Locked Door (Always, when they had come before,...), August 5, 1939 TS.

    Without AN. [Word he in last line underlined].

    series II: 2 Box 3 Folder 11 Item 734

    Lone Drake (Three days I have seen him alone...), August 31, 1941 20 [originally 24] lines on 1p. TS copy.

    With AN Sold to Washington Post 8/31/41 $5.00. [Original lines 21-24 marked over]. [ms. Numbering to indicate revised order of stanzas].

    series II: 2 Box 3 Folder 11 Item 735

    Lone Farmer (Most people get in crowds of other people...), September 20, 1941 33 lines on 1p. TS copy.

    With AN Sold to Columbia 9/20/41 $10.00.

    series II: 2 Box 3 Folder 11 Item 736

    A Lonely Field (A lonely field coon gets in trouble. ...), July 20, 1943 27 lines on 1p. TS.

    With AN Sold to Virginia Quarterly Review 7/20/43 $13.50.

    series II: 2 Box 3 Folder 11 Item 737

    A Lonely Field (A lonely field coon gets in trouble. ...), July 20, 1943 TS.

    With identical AN.

    series II: 2 Box 3 Folder 11 Item 738

    A Lonely Field (A lonely field coon gets in trouble. ...), August 1943 TS copy.

    With AN Sold to Virginia Quarterly Review 8/43 $13.50.

    series II: 2 Box 3 Folder 11 Item 739

    A Lonely Field (A lonely field coon gets in trouble. ...), July 20, 1943 TS.

    With AN Virginia Quarterly Review and AN Sold to Virginia Quarterly Review 7/20/43 $13.50.

    series II: 2 Box 3 Folder 11 Item 740

    Lonely Flute (This is not only a willow whistle...), undated 18 lines on 1p. TS.

    [Original title A Willow Whistle lined out, with ms title above].

    series II: 2 Box 3 Folder 11 Item 741

    Lost Boy (Perhaps he chased the thistledown...), undated 16 lines on 1p. TS.

    series II: 2 Box 3 Folder 11 Item 742

    The Lost Brook (When he was a boy he used to follow...), undated 28 lines on 1p. TS.

    series II: 2 Box 3 Folder 11 Item 743

    Lost Cities, I, II. I. (We seek them under jungles where the sun...), undated 28 lines on 1p. TS.

    series II: 2 Box 3 Folder 11 Item 744

    Lost Heron (Above the pale cracked lips of sand...), undated 8 lines on 1p. TS.

    series II: 2 Box 3 Folder 11 Item 745

    The Lost Place (He remembers the time when wings flashed by...), September 5, 1939 20 [originally 18] lines on 1p. MS/TS.

    With AN Sold to Saint Anthony Messenger 9/5/39 5.00. [Original lines 16-18 marked over]. [ms drafts and revisions].

    series II: 2 Box 3 Folder 11 Item 746

    The Lost Spring (It was there in the summer...Its circle of clover...), undated 26 lines on 1p. TS.

    series II: 2 Box 3 Folder 11 Item 747

    Lucifer (It was some later time he went to hell--...), undated 14 lines on 1p. TS.

    series II: 2 Box 3 Folder 11 Item 748

    Lucifer (It was some later time he went to hell--...), undated TS.

    With AN Poetry World.

    series II: 2 Box 3 Folder 11 Item 749

    Lucifer (It was some later time he went to hell--...), undated TS.

    Without AN.

    series II: 2 Box 3 Folder 12 Item 750

    Mail Box (Someone had left the mail box by the road...), November 9, 1943 14 lines on 1p. TS copy.

    With AN Poetry Chap-Book and AN Sold to The Poetry Chap-Book 11/9/43 $2.10.

    series II: 2 Box 3 Folder 12 Item 751

    Man Of Few Words (He was a man of few words... ...), 1941 4 lines on 1p. TS copy.

    With AN Collected Poems Use in Section VIII Last Poems, AN Sold to American Mercury 11/6/41 $2.00, and AN Published December 1941.

    series II: 2 Box 3 Folder 12 Item 752

    Mangoes (This is a fruit the jungle hangs in gold...), 1940 14 lines on 1p. TS copy.

    With AN American Mercury 1940.

    series II: 2 Box 3 Folder 12 Item 753

    The Map (Above the map a reaching hand was spread...), March 6, 1942 14 lines on 1p. TS copy.

    With AN Sold to Extension 3/6/42 $5.00.

    series II: 2 Box 3 Folder 12 Item 754

    March Wind (Youth pictures you as a boisterous fellow...), March 4, 1940 12 lines on 1p. TS copy.

    With AN Sold to Christian Science Monitor 3/4/40 $4.00.

    series II: 2 Box 3 Folder 12 Item 755

    Marsh Creek (Dark water flows between...), March 20, 1942 18 lines on 1p. TS copy.

    With AN Collected Poems Use Section VIII Last Poems ? and AN Sold to Washington Post Poems 3/20/1942 $4.50 paid 3/20/1942. [Original lines 17 and 18 lined out, with ms revision below].

    series II: 2 Box 3 Folder 12 Item 756

    Marsh Fire (The tenant is burning the marsh today--...), December 8, 1941 20 lines on 1p. TS.

    With AN Sold to Washington Post 12/8/41 $5.00. [Typed revision of last 3 words, line 6].

    series II: 2 Box 3 Folder 12 Item 757

    Marsh Fire (The tenant is burning the marsh today--...), December 8, 1941 28 lines on 1p. TS.

    [cf. Number 756; same first line but variant Volume].

    series II: 2 Box 3 Folder 12 Item 758

    Marsh Fire (The tenant is burning the marsh today--...), December 8, 1941 TS.

    series II: 2 Box 3 Folder 12 Item 759

    The Meadow (The tall sweet grass seemed waving just to him--...), November 21, 1938 14 lines on 1p. TS.

    With AN Sold to Saint Nicholas 11/21/38 5.00.

    series II: 2 Box 3 Folder 12 Item 760

    Meadow Larks (The frosts on meadow grass have not congealed...), undated 14 lines on 1p. TS.

    series II: 2 Box 3 Folder 12 Item 761

    A Meek Man (His wife had often made it clear...), December 9, 1939 20 lines on 1p. TS copy.

    With AN Sold to Poem A Day 1.00 paid 12/9/39.

    series II: 2 Box 3 Folder 12 Item 762

    Memory (We store in it, year after year,...), May 5, 1941 20 lines on 1p. TS.

    With AN Last Poems Section VIII Collected Poems and AN Sold to New York Sun 5/5/41 $4.00.

    series II: 2 Box 3 Folder 12 Item 763

    Memory (We store in it, year after year,...), May 5, 1941 20 lines on 1p. TS.

    With TN From the New York Sun. On first page of folded sheet of 4 pages containing also the following 3 poems: Desert (Here thwarted gods have left their signature...) 14 lines on p[2]. With TN From Moult's Best Poems, Oxford University, England. Stir Of Wings (Watch for a while, if you will,...) 11 lines on p.[3]. With TN -Home Forum Page, of the Monitor. Range Cattle (Against the horizon I have seen their heads...) 24 lines on p.[4]. With TN From The New Republic.

    series II: 2 Box 3 Folder 12 Item 764

    Meteor (Shaped through ages, it flamed...), April 2, 1942 12 lines on 1p. TS copy.

    With AN Sold to Extension 4/2/42 $5.00.

    series II: 2 Box 3 Folder 12 Item 765

    Mexican Street Scene (The three hens dusting by a sun-splashed door...), January 1942 14 lines on 1p. TS copy.

    With AN Accepted by Contemporary Poetry 1/29/42.

    series II: 2 Box 3 Folder 12 Item 766

    Mission Bell (From the dark stem of stone...), undated 12 lines on 1p. TS.

    series II: 2 Box 3 Folder 12 Item 767

    Mission Bell (From the dark stem of stone...), undated TS.

    series II: 2 Box 3 Folder 12 Item 768

    Mock Orange (He brought the plant to her when he returned...), December 9, 1939 14 lines on 1p. TS copy.

    With AN Dwarf Orange Flowers and bears small fruit and AN Sold to Poem A Day 12/9/39 1.00. [ms revision of one word, line 5].

    series II: 2 Box 3 Folder 12 Item 769

    Moment Romantique (This is a tapestry that fades...), 1940 16 lines on 1p. TS.

    With AN Accepted Talaria 1940.

    series II: 2 Box 3 Folder 12 Item 770

    The Monkey House (We trapped them from the happy tree...), February 5, 1938 16 lines on 1p. TS.

    With AN Better Verse 2/5/38.

    series II: 2 Box 3 Folder 12 Item 771

    Monument (A lofty man had found his rest at last...), undated 14 lines on 1p. TS.

    series II: 2 Box 3 Folder 12 Item 772

    More Scope (She talked of famine where the Yellow river...), undated 16 lines on 1p. TS copy.

    With AN paid 3/20 1.00.

    series II: 2 Box 3 Folder 12 Item 773

    Morning (Pale avalanches of the moonlight slide...), undated 14 lines on 1p. TS.

    series II: 2 Box 3 Folder 12 Item 774

    Mortgage (No land was left him, with harvest done,...), undated 34 lines on 1p. TS.

    series II: 2 Box 3 Folder 12 Item 775

    Moth Of Silence (The moths of silence folds...), 1936 16 lines on 1p. TS.

    With AN Accepted July 1936 Talaria. Published Summer, 1936. Earth Circles and Horizons. [all marked over].

    series II: 2 Box 3 Folder 12 Item 776

    Moths and Lights (What puzzles me, regarding moths and lights,...), undated 14 lines on 1p. TS.

    series II: 2 Box 3 Folder 12 Item 777

    Mountain Air (The Ozarks), undated 32 lines on 1p. TS.

    series II: 2 Box 3 Folder 12 Item 778

    Mountain Background (This is the background for the silver plunge...), undated 14 lines on 1p. TS.

    series II: 2 Box 3 Folder 12 Item 779

    A Mountain Nocturne (Folded are wings of the winds;...), undated 12 lines on 1p. TS.

    series II: 2 Box 3 Folder 12 Item 780

    Mountain Pastures (In these high pastures the first wild flower stars...), November 2, 1939 14 lines on 1p. TS.

    With AN LP and AN Sold to Christian Science Monitor Weekly Magazine Section 11/2/39 $7.50.

    series II: 2 Box 3 Folder 12 Item 781

    Mountain Snow (Mountain snow is nearer the sky...), undated 15 lines on 1p. TS.

    series II: 2 Box 3 Folder 12 Item 782

    Mountain Trail (Here passed the warrior and the Cross...), undated 16 lines on 1p. TS.

    series II: 2 Box 3 Folder 12 Item 783

    Mourning Doves (Ever since I remember the tentative stirring...), undated 24 lines on 1p. TS.

    series II: 2 Box 3 Folder 12 Item 784

    Mourning Doves (Ever since I remember the tentative stirring...), undated TS.

    With AN LP Collected Poems.

    series II: 2 Box 3 Folder 12 Item 785

    Mourning Doves (Ever since I remember the tentative stirring...), undated TS copy.

    With AN Step Ladder.

    series II: 2 Box 3 Folder 12 Item 786

    Mourning Doves (Ever since I remember the tentative stirring...), undated TS copy.

    With AN Step Ladder. [Typographical error peafeful, line 4].

    series II: 2 Box 3 Folder 12 Item 787

    My Christmas Tree (My Christmas Tree is on a height...), undated 22 lines on 1p. TS.

    series II: 2 Box 3 Folder 12 Item 788

    My Neighbor's Garden (My neighbor's garden is so near...), June 7, 1940 16 lines on 1p. TS copy.

    With AN Sold to Ave Maria 6/7/40 $5.00.

    series II: 2 Box 3 Folder 12 Item 789

    The Nest (He felt no pity, at the sagging gate--...), January 1939 14 lines on 1p. TS copy.

    With AN Send to McCall's in January 1939 and AN paid 1.00.

    series II: 2 Box 3 Folder 12 Item 790

    Nesting Place (This is a place that we have known before. ...), undated 13 lines on 1p. MS.

    [First draft, with revisions of words, phrases, and punctuation. In Beverley Githens Dresbach's handwriting, apparently dictated by Glenn Ward Dresbach].

    series II: 2 Box 3 Folder 12 Item 791

    Nesting Place (This is a place that we have known before. ...), May 29, 1963 13 lines on 1p. TS.

    With AN May 29, 1963 Glenn Ward Dresbach: bgd. [Apparently final draft].

    series II: 2 Box 3 Folder 12 Item 792

    Nesting Place (This is a place that we have known before. ...), undated 13 lines on 1p. TS.

    series II: 2 Box 3 Folder 12 Item 793

    Nests (Birds never find a scarcity of things...), December 31, 1938 14 lines on 1p. TS copy.

    With AN Sold to Extension Magazine 12/31/38 $5.00.

    series II: 2 Box 3 Folder 12 Item 794

    Nests (In storm, we wonder...), undated 12 lines on 1p. TS.

    series II: 2 Box 3 Folder 12 Item 795

    New Almanac (On these first days of Spring he ponders signs...), April 3, 1940 14 lines on 1p. TS copy.

    With AN Sold to New York Times 7.50 paid 4/3/40. [ms revision of words, lines 1 and 13].

    series II: 2 Box 3 Folder 12 Item 796

    The New Dress (She found a dress that matched her dreams at last--...), January 30, 1939 14 lines on 1p. TS.

    With AN Sold to The New York Times 1/30/39 $7.50.

    series II: 2 Box 3 Folder 12 Item 797

    The New Dress (She found a dress that matched her dreams at last--...), January 30, 1939 TS copy.

    With similar AN.

    series II: 2 Box 3 Folder 12 Item 798

    The New Field (In the far corner of his land,...), September 17, 1943 20 lines on 1p. TS.

    With AN Accepted by Living Poetry 9/17/43.

    series II: 2 Box 3 Folder 12 Item 799

    The New Neighbor (He found me hunting in his clover field...), undated 14 lines on 1p. TS.

    series II: 2 Box 3 Folder 12 Item 800

    New Tenant (The old soil seems to be revived this year,...), undated 14 lines on 1p. TS.

    series II: 2 Box 3 Folder 12 Item 801

    Night (Ages ago the families huddled...), June 23, 1941 24 lines on 1p. TS copy.

    With AN VIII Last Poems Collected Poems and AN Sold to American Mercury $10.00 6/23/41.

    series II: 2 Box 3 Folder 12 Item 802

    Night Of Departures (Blown leaves are flecks of rust...), undated 24 lines on 1p. TS.

    series II: 2 Box 3 Folder 12 Item 803

    1943 (O Year of this Crusade to save the world...), February 15, 1943 14 lines on 1p. TS copy.

    With AN Sold to Washington Post Poems 2/15/43 $3.50.

    series II: 2 Box 3 Folder 12 Item 804

    Nocturne (On distant battle lines men look...), September 2, 1942 16 lines on 1p. TS copy.

    With AN Sold to The Ave Maria 9/2/42 $5.00.

    series II: 2 Box 3 Folder 12 Item 805

    Nocturne In June (The night is astir with dreams-...), undated 20 lines on 1p. TS.

    series II: 2 Box 3 Folder 12 Item 806

    Not To A Temple Dancer (No to a temple dancer...), undated 12 lines on 1p. TS.

    series II: 2 Box 3 Folder 12 Item 807

    Now (Now is a time when love must crowd...), January 23, 1943 18 lines on 1p. TS copy.

    With AN Sold to Personal Romances 1/23/43 $4.50.

    series II: 2 Box 3 Folder 12 Item 808

    Now In The Time Of Harvest (Now in the time of harvest...), August 12, 1943 16 lines on 1p. TS copy.

    With AN Sold to New York Sun 8/12/43 $4.00.

    series II: 2 Box 3 Folder 12 Item 809

    O Dreamer Of Dreams (O Dreamer of Dreams, have you heard men say,...), undated 16 lines on 1p. TS.

    series II: 2 Box 3 Folder 12 Item 810

    O Restless Spirit (O restless Spirit, roaming toward the Sun...), undated 14 lines on 1p. TS.

    series II: 2 Box 3 Folder 12 Item 811

    Ode On The Completion Of The Panama Canal, I, II, III, IV, V, VI, VII, VIII, IX. I. (Another wonder of the world is made...), undated 78 lines on 2l. TS.

    series II: 2 Box 3 Folder 12 Item 812

    An Old Barn Struck By Lightning (From this same road, I have seen before...), November 12, 1938 22 lines on 1p. TS.

    With AN Sold to McCall's 11/12/38 $20.00 paid.

    series II: 2 Box 3 Folder 12 Item 813

    An Old Barn Struck By Lightning (From this same road, I have seen before...), November 12, 1938 TS.

    With similar AN.

    series II: 2 Box 3 Folder 12 Item 814

    An Old Barn Struck By Lightning (From this same road, I have seen before...), November 12, 1938 TS.

    series II: 2 Box 3 Folder 12 Item 815

    An Old Barn Struck By Lightning (From this same road, I have seen before...), November 12, 1938 TS.

    Without AN.

    series II: 2 Box 3 Folder 12 Item 816

    Old Bridge (The spring book glistens under...), February 19, 1938 16 lines on 1p. MS.

    With AN Sold to McCall's 2/19/38 $20.00 paid.

    series II: 2 Box 3 Folder 12 Item 817

    Old Bridge In Snow (We came upon the old bridge in the snow--...), undated 16 lines on 1p. TS.

    series II: 2 Box 3 Folder 12 Item 818

    Old Bridge In The Woodland (Since one one crosses the old bridge any more,...), November 8, 1939 16 lines on 1p. TS copy.

    With AN LP and AN Sold to New York Times 11/8/39 7.50 paid.

    series II: 2 Box 3 Folder 12 Item 819

    Old Bridges (When we return to some old bridge we crossed...), undated 14 lines on 1p. TS copy.

    series II: 2 Box 3 Folder 13 Item 820

    An Old Gate (The old gate sags now and it will complain...), June 29, 1942 14 lines on 1p. TS copy.

    With AN Sold to Saint Anthony Messenger 6/29/42 $4.00 paid.

    series II: 2 Box 3 Folder 13 Item 821

    Old Iron (Into the patched tramp steamer's hold...), January 13, 1940 28 lines on 1p. TS copy.

    With AN Sold to Church School Magazine 1/13/40 $5.00.

    series II: 2 Box 3 Folder 13 Item 822

    Old Man At A Party (He lifts a shaggy eyebrow to observe...), September 12, 1941 14 lines on 1p. TS copy.

    With AN Sold to Yankee 9/12/41 3.00 for February 1942.

    series II: 2 Box 3 Folder 13 Item 823

    An Old Man's Garden (We wonder that so little ground...), undated 23 lines on 1p. TS.

    series II: 2 Box 3 Folder 13 Item 824

    An Old Mill (The road to its sagging doors...), September 17, 1942 24 lines on 1p. TS copy.

    With AN Last Section CP and AN Sold to The New York Times 9/17/42 $7.50.

    series II: 2 Box 3 Folder 13 Item 825

    An Old Mill (The road to its sagging doors...), September 17, 1942 TS.

    With similar AN.

    series II: 2 Box 3 Folder 13 Item 826

    Old Road In The Hills (Something about the autumn day,...), May 1937 30 lines on 1p.

    With AN Pictorial Review 5/1/37 35.00. [marked over].

    series II: 2 Box 3 Folder 13 Item 827

    An Old Sled (Before snow came to the coasting hill...), May 24, 1941 24 lines on 1p. TS copy.

    With AN Sold to Boys Today 5/24/41 $12.00.

    series II: 2 Box 3 Folder 13 Item 828

    An Old Wood In Spring (The wood was so old that I thought...), undated 6 lines on 1p. TS.

    series II: 2 Box 3 Folder 13 Item 829

    On Being Asked What Will Happen To Poetry In The Next Ten Years (While Man may crouch before the fires...), February 23, 1940 16 lines on 1p. TS.

    With AN Collected Poems and AN Sold to The American Mercury 2/23/40.

    series II: 2 Box 3 Folder 13 Item 830

    On Being Asked What Will Happen To Poetry In The Next Ten Years (While Man may crouch before the fires...), February 23, 1940 TS copy.

    With similar AN.

    series II: 2 Box 3 Folder 13 Item 831

    On Being Asked What Will The New Poets Come From (Where will the new poets come from?...), January 22, 1943 24 lines on 1p. TS copy.

    With AN New York Times and AN Sold to New York Times 1/22/43 $7.50.

    series II: 2 Box 3 Folder 13 Item 832

    On Flushing A Cock Pheasant (The marching banners of the corn...), January 5, 1942 20 lines on 1p. TS copy.

    With AN Last Section CP and AN Sold to Boys Today 1/5/42 10.00.

    series II: 2 Box 3 Folder 13 Item 833

    One Face From The Crowd (Where have I seen your face before?...), undated 27 lines on 1p. TS.

    series II: 2 Box 3 Folder 13 Item 834

    Orchard (Earth could not hold all richness that was there--...), undated 14 lines on 1p. TS.

    series II: 2 Box 3 Folder 13 Item 835

    Orchard Interval (Reluctant as the late convivial bees...), undated 14 lines on 1p. TS.

    series II: 2 Box 3 Folder 13 Item 836

    Out Of That Fury (Out of that fury where the ocean creaks...), July 27, 1942 14 lines on 1p. TS copy.

    With AN Last Section CP? and AN Sold to Washington Post Poems 7/27/42 $3.50.

    series II: 2 Box 3 Folder 13 Item 837

    Parallel (The prairie's hazy vastness stretched away...), undated 14 lines on 1p. TS.

    series II: 2 Box 3 Folder 13 Item 838

    Parlor Furniture (She kept the blinds down so it would not fade--...), undated 14 lines on 1p. TS.

    With AN Christian Science Monitor.

    series II: 2 Box 3 Folder 13 Item 839

    Pasture Brook (The restless cattle wade...), September 15, 1941 14 lines on 1p. TS copy.

    With AN Sold to New York Times 9/15/41 $7.50.

    series II: 2 Box 3 Folder 13 Item 840

    Pattern Of Swallows (Now like a blown scarf, waving...), undated 10 lines on 1p. TS.

    series II: 2 Box 3 Folder 13 Item 841

    The Pearl (This nacred globe in perfect luster keeps...), undated 14 lines on 1p. TS.

    series II: 2 Box 3 Folder 13 Item 842

    The Peddler (The maple leaves had turned...), 1945 21 lines on 1p. TS.

    With AN Sold to Home Forum Page Christian Science Monitor 6[?]/28/45 $5.25.

    series II: 2 Box 3 Folder 13 Item 843

    Percherons (They were the best draft horses of the days...), April 7, 1945 16 lines on 1p. TS.

    With AN Author of poems in The Atlantic Monthly, The Yale Review...[list of 16 periodicals] etc. and AN Sold to New England Homestead 1.60 4/7/45.

    series II: 2 Box 3 Folder 13 Item 844

    Persimmons (Blushing less than the peach...), undated 24 lines on 1p. MS.

    series II: 2 Box 3 Folder 13 Item 845

    Picking Cherries (I have been picking cherries,...), June 23, 1934 12 lines on 1p. TS.

    With AN Sold to Christian Science Monitor 6/23/34 $4.00.

    series II: 2 Box 3 Folder 13 Item 846

    A Piece Of String (A piece of string...), August 1941 20 lines on 1p. TS copy.

    With AN Sold to Boys Today 8/1/41 $10.00.

    series II: 2 Box 3 Folder 13 Item 847

    Pigeons (They fluff their feathers, on the seasoned beams...), April 5, 1945 14 lines on 1p. TS.

    With AN Sold to Classmate 4/5/45 7.00.

    series II: 2 Box 3 Folder 13 Item 848

    Pigeons (They fluff their feathers, on the seasoned beams...), April 5, 1945 TS copy.

    With similar AN.

    series II: 2 Box 3 Folder 13 Item 849

    A Place For Flowers (Wild ducks were flying north...), undated 24 lines on 1p. TS.

    series II: 2 Box 3 Folder 13 Item 850

    Plevers (I watch them running like light in the windy grass...), August 4, 1941 16 lines on 1p. TS.

    With AN Sold to Washington Post Poems 8/4/41 $4.00.

    series II: 2 Box 3 Folder 13 Item 851

    The Pocket Knife (The pocket knife he has was old-...), October 6, 1941 22 lines on 1p. TS copy.

    With AN 22 lines Sold to Boys Today 10/6/41 $11.00.

    series II: 2 Box 3 Folder 13 Item 852

    Pollen (A potent dust drifts out on wings, unseen...), September 9, 1943 14 lines on 1p. TS copy.

    With AN Accepted by Wildfire 9/9/43.

    series II: 2 Box 3 Folder 13 Item 853

    Pond Lilies (These are the cool green islands...), undated 14 lines on 1p. TS.

    series II: 2 Box 3 Folder 13 Item 854

    Pond Lilies (This water was too dark to show...), May 7, 1945 12 lines on 1p. TS.

    With AN Sold to Washington Post Poems 5/7/45 $3.00 paid.

    series II: 2 Box 3 Folder 13 Item 855

    Possession (We are enough of one day and its needs,...), undated 14 lines on 1p. TS.

    series II: 2 Box 3 Folder 13 Item 856

    The Postscript (Her letter told him just the usual things...), March 24, 1938 14 lines on 1p. TS.

    With AN Sold to McCall's 3/24/38 $20.00 paid.

    series II: 2 Box 3 Folder 13 Item 857

    The Postscript (Her letter told him just the usual things...), March 24, 1938 TS.

    Without AN.

    series II: 2 Box 3 Folder 13 Item 858

    Prairie Fire (Once, where these wigwams of the corn are tall,...), undated 14 lines on 1p. TS.

    series II: 2 Box 3 Folder 13 Item 859

    Processional (While an old Age drops its dross...), undated 12 lines on 1p. TS.

    series II: 2 Box 3 Folder 13 Item 860

    Prospect Sign (Upon this flinted slope the weathered stake...), undated 14 lines on 1p. TS.

    series II: 2 Box 3 Folder 13 Item 861

    Quack Medicines (These nostrums were concocted for the ills...), August 5, 1945 14 lines on 1p. TS.

    With AN Author of poems in The Saturday Evening Post...[list of 12 periodicals] etc. and AN Sold to Living Poetry 8/5/45 $1.00. paid.

    series II: 2 Box 3 Folder 13 Item 862

    Quack Medicines (These nostrums were concocted for the ills...), August 5, 1945 TS.

    Without AN.

    series II: 2 Box 3 Folder 13 Item 863

    The Quail (He said a quail nest that he happened on...), February 15, 1943 14 lines on 1p. TS copy.

    With AN Southern Literary Messenger 2/15/43.

    series II: 2 Box 3 Folder 13 Item 864

    The Quail's Nest (The hay was cut, and showed...), undated 18 lines on 1p. TS.

    series II: 2 Box 3 Folder 13 Item 865

    The Quality of Courage (Some wild flowers, very inviting and blue,...), September 26, 1941 20 lines on 1p. TS copy.

    With AN Sold to Boys Today 9/26/41 $10.00.

    series II: 2 Box 3 Folder 13 Item 866

    The Rag Doll (Their dolls were new and would go to sleep--...), undated 21 lines on 1p. TS.

    series II: 2 Box 3 Folder 13 Item 867

    The Rag Rug (She did not like the rag rug any more. ...), June 9, 1943 14 lines on 1p. TS copy.

    With AN Sold to The Ave Maria 6/9/43 $5.00.

    series II: 2 Box 3 Folder 13 Item 868

    Raindrop (It is a lovely thing...), July 11, 1972 14 lines on 1p. TS copy.

    With AN Sold to Portland Oregonian 7/11/42 $1.00.

    series II: 2 Box 3 Folder 13 Item 869

    Range Calves (They rise on wobbly legs and lean...), September 21, 1942 16 lines on 1p. TS copy.

    With AN Talaria 9/21/42.

    series II: 2 Box 3 Folder 13 Item 870

    Range Cattle (Against the horizon I have seen their heads...), February 16, 1938 24 lines on 1p. TS.

    With AN In Earth-Circles And Horizons and AN New Republic 2/16/38 $10.00 paid. [ms revision of last line].

    series II: 2 Box 3 Folder 13 Item 871

    Range Cattle (Against the horizon I have seen their heads...), February 16, 1938 TS.

    With TN The New Republic, 1939.

    series II: 2 Box 3 Folder 13 Item 872

    Rats (We had moved into a stanch old house... ...), December 20, 1942 24 lines on 1p. TS.

    With AN Sold to Wierd Tales 12/20/42 $6.00. [ms revision of words; lines 9, 24].

    series II: 2 Box 3 Folder 13 Item 873

    Realization (O little waif before my door,...), undated 8 lines on 1p. TS.

    series II: 2 Box 3 Folder 13 Item 874

    A Reasonable Doubt (His father had said he must find out,...), October 22, 1943 22 lines on 1p. TS copy.

    With AN Sold to Boys Today 10/22/43 $11.00.

    series II: 2 Box 3 Folder 13 Item 875

    Reckoning (What have we taken and what is the cost...), undated 14 lines on 1p. TS.

    series II: 2 Box 3 Folder 13 Item 876

    The Red Geranium (She had a shield of courage for the things...), June 16, 1938 14 lines on 1p. TS copy.

    With AN Pub and AN Sold to Christian Science Monitor 6/16/38 $4.00 paid.

    series II: 2 Box 3 Folder 13 Item 877

    The Redbuds (This is the first spring I have seen...), September 24, 1942 12 lines on 1p. TS copy.

    With AN Sold to Saint Anthony Messenger 9/24/42 $3.00.

    series II: 2 Box 3 Folder 13 Item 878

    Refuge (I know the ledges where the hunted deer...), undated 14 lines on 1p. TS.

    series II: 2 Box 3 Folder 13 Item 879

    Remember, O Cities (Remember, O Cities, that many cities as brave...), December 16, 1942 20 lines on 1p. TS copy.

    With AN Sold to The American City 12/16/42. [sic]

    series II: 2 Box 3 Folder 13 Item 880

    Revealed (On Watching An Old Painting Being Cleaned) (Soft cloth, bland soap and water share...), July 11, 1939 24 lines on 1p. TS.

    With AN Collected Poems and AN Sold to Spirit 7/11/39 $4.80.

    series II: 2 Box 3 Folder 13 Item 881

    Revealed (On Watching An Old Painting Being Cleaned) (Soft cloth, bland soap and water share...), July 11, 1939 TS.

    With similar AN.

    series II: 2 Box 3 Folder 13 Item 882

    Revealed (On Watching An Old Painting Being Cleaned) (Soft cloth, bland soap and water share...), July 11, 1939 TS.

    Without AN.

    series II: 2 Box 3 Folder 13 Item 883

    Revealed (On Watching An Old Painting Being Cleaned) (Soft cloth, bland soap and water share...), July 11, 1939 TS.

    Without AN.

    series II: 2 Box 3 Folder 13 Item 884

    River Change (Where the clouds were mirrored in the river...), 1940 16 lines on 1p. TS copy.

    With AN Extension 1940 $5.00.

    series II: 2 Box 3 Folder 13 Item 885

    The Riveter (He is a figure standing on...), undated 18 lines on 1p. TS.

    With AN Sold to Oregonian Verse.

    series II: 2 Box 3 Folder 13 Item 886

    The Riveter (He is a figure standing on...), January 10, 1940 TS copy.

    With AN Sold to Oregonian Verse 1/10/40 $1.00.

    series II: 2 Box 3 Folder 13 Item 887

    Road Warnings (These warning are familiar on the ways...), January 9, 1943 14 lines on 1p. TS copy.

    With AN Sold to New York Sun 1/9/43 $4.00.

    series II: 2 Box 3 Folder 13 Item 888

    Rock Ledges (Shaggy lands I know that seem to lunge...), August 21, 1942 13 lines on 1p. TS copy.

    With AN Sold to Washington Post Poems 8/21/42 $3.25.

    series II: 2 Box 3 Folder 13 Item 889

    Root-Bound (The red geranium had begun...), 1939 12 lines on 1p. TS copy.

    With AN LP Collected Poems and AN Sold to New York Times 10/1 $7.50 published 10/7/39.

    series II: 2 Box 3 Folder 13 Item 890

    Root Cellar (Here, of the earth and close to earth, are stored...), August 18, 1942 14 lines on 1p. TS.

    With AN Sold to Weekly Magazine Section of Christian Science Monitor 9/18/42 $10.00.

    series II: 2 Box 3 Folder 13 Item 891

    Root Cellar (Here, of the earth and close to earth, are stored...), August 18, 1942 TS copy.

    With similar AN.

    series II: 2 Box 3 Folder 13 Item 892

    Roots (Through what slow-creviced stone...), undated 18 lines on 1p. TS.

    series II: 2 Box 3 Folder 13 Item 893

    The Roots Of Pain (These roots are not like cedar roots flung wide...), September 1943 14 lines on 1p. TS copy.

    With AN Living Poetry quarterly accepted September 1943.

    series II: 2 Box 3 Folder 13 Item 894

    Rough Hands (His hands were calloused and brown...), March 20, 1940 14 lines on 1p. TS.

    With AN Sold to Saint Anthony Messenger 3/20/40 $3.50.

    series II: 2 Box 3 Folder 13 Item 895

    Ruts In The Thaw (Along the hillside where the wagon wheels...), undated 14 lines on 1p. TS.

    series II: 2 Box 3 Folder 14 Item 896

    Saboteurs (He had not taken kindly to the task...), September 17, 1943 14 lines on 1p. TS copy.

    With AN Sold to Extension 9/17/43 $5.00.

    series II: 2 Box 3 Folder 14 Item 897

    The Sacked City-Old Panama (From all the fallen bloom of splendor lifts..._, undated 14 lines on 1p. TS.

    series II: 2 Box 3 Folder 14 Item 898

    Sailing Ship In Storm (Never I think of hurt beautiful things...), August 8, 1938 20 lines on 1p. TS.

    With AN Accepted by Talaria 8/8/38.

    series II: 2 Box 3 Folder 14 Item 899

    Sailing Ship In Storm (Never I think of hurt beautiful things...), August 8, 1938 TS.

    With identical AN.

    series II: 2 Box 3 Folder 14 Item 900

    Sailing Ship In Storm (Never I think of hurt beautiful things...), August 8, 1938 TS.

    With identical AN.

    series II: 2 Box 3 Folder 14 Item 901

    Sailor's House (This staunch little house,...), June 9, 1941 24 lines on 1p. TS.

    With AN Sold to Washington Post 6/9/41 $6.00 paid.

    series II: 2 Box 3 Folder 14 Item 902

    The Sales (She was the first to come and the last to go...), December 9, 1939 14 lines on 1p. TS.

    With AN Sold to Poem A Day 12/9/39 $1.00.

    series II: 2 Box 3 Folder 14 Item 903

    Salt Lick (Dark rivulets of bison trickled here,...), undated 14 lines on 1p. TS.

    series II: 2 Box 3 Folder 14 Item 904

    Sanctuary (Across from the hillside where we stood...), January 5, 1940 24 lines on 1p. TS.

    With AN Sold to The Portal 1/5/40 $10.00.

    series II: 2 Box 3 Folder 14 Item 905

    Sanctuary (Across from the hillside where we stood...), December 16, 1939 24 lines on 1p. TS copy.

    With AN Sold to The Portal 12/16/39 $12.00. [ms revision of one word, line 12].

    series II: 2 Box 3 Folder 14 Item 906

    The Sanctuary (Invisible boundaries of a dream's unrest...), May 12, 1941 14 lines on 1p. TS.

    With AN Collected Poems Section VIII Last Poems and AN Sold to The Virginia Quarterly Review 5/12/41 $7.00.

    series II: 2 Box 3 Folder 14 Item 907

    The Sanctuary (Invisible boundaries of a dream's unrest...), May 12, 1941 TS.

    With similar Ans.

    series II: 2 Box 3 Folder 14 Item 908

    The Sanctuary (Invisible boundaries of a dream's unrest...), May 12, 1941 TS copy.

    With AN Virginia Quarterly Review.

    series II: 2 Box 3 Folder 14 Item 909

    Sand Box (A Child is playing in the sand... ...), undated 15 lines on 1p. MS.

    series II: 2 Box 3 Folder 14 Item 910

    Scarecrow (The birds it was meant to scare...), January 5, 1942 21 lines on 1p. TS copy.

    With AN Sold to Boys Today 1/5/42 10.50.

    series II: 2 Box 3 Folder 14 Item 911

    The Sea Chest (He worked for us one year...), February 21, 1938 24 lines on 1p. TS.

    With AN Pub and AN Saint Nicholas 2/21/38 $5.00 paid.

    series II: 2 Box 3 Folder 14 Item 912

    The Sea Chest (He worked for us one year...), February 21, 1938 TS.

    With similar AN.

    series II: 2 Box 3 Folder 14 Item 913

    Sea-Rain (From cliffs I have watched the sea-rain trample the sea...), March 19, 1942 20 lines on 1p. TS.

    With AN Last Section CP and AN Sold to the New York Times 3/19/42 $7.50.

    series II: 2 Box 3 Folder 14 Item 914

    Sea-Rain (From cliffs I have watched the sea-rain trample the sea...), March 19, 1942 TS copy.

    Without AN.

    series II: 2 Box 3 Folder 14 Item 915

    The Sea Shell (Three years, on Sundays, he had come to dine...), January 1938 14 lines on 1p. TS.

    With AN Pub, AN In Earth-Circles And Horizons, AN Published January issue 1938, and AN McCall's $20.00 published January 1938 paid.

    series II: 2 Box 3 Folder 14 Item 916

    Sea Shell In Mountain Brook (What tide, pulled back on leases of the moon,...), November 6, 1944 14 lines on 1p. TS copy.

    With AN Sold to New York Times 11/6/44 $7.50.

    series II: 2 Box 3 Folder 14 Item 917

    Second Look (On this first vibrant night of faint perfume...), undated 14 lines on 1p. TS.

    series II: 2 Box 3 Folder 14 Item 918

    Sent For Water (He was only a little lad...), undated 24 [originally 30] lines on 1p. TS.

    [Original lines 7-12 marked out]. [ms rhyme scheme at right].

    series II: 2 Box 3 Folder 14 Item 919

    Sent For Water (He was only a little lad...), May 6, 1938 24 lines on 1p. TS.

    With AN Sold to Pictorial Review 5/6/38 $10.00 paid.

    series II: 2 Box 3 Folder 14 Item 920

    Sent For Water (He was only a little lad...), May 6, 1938 TS.

    Without AN.

    series II: 2 Box 3 Folder 14 Item 921

    Sentinels (Across the massive ruins of the walls...), undated 14 lines on 1p. TS.

    series II: 2 Box 3 Folder 14 Item 922

    September Watercolor (The willows drop the yellow leaves...), undated 12 lines on 1p. TS.

    series II: 2 Box 3 Folder 14 Item 923

    The Serpent Skin (For a little while the skin...), September 22, 1941 20 [originally 24] lines on 1p. TS copy.

    With AN Sold to Washington Post 9/22/41 $5.00 paid. [Original lines 21-24 marked over].

    series II: 2 Box 3 Folder 14 Item 924

    Shadows On The Grass (I have seen colts rolling their eyes and turning to look...), June 6, 1941 20 lines on 1p. TS.

    With AN Accepted by The Land 6/16/41 1 year's subscription.

    series II: 2 Box 3 Folder 14 Item 925

    Shadowy Hand (The only motion in the sky...), undated 12 lines on 1p. TS.

    series II: 2 Box 3 Folder 14 Item 926

    Shangri-La (You cannot find this place on any maps--...), undated 32 lines on 1p. TS.

    With AN Author of poems in Saturday Evening Post... [list of 9 periodicals] etc.

    series II: 2 Box 3 Folder 14 Item 927

    Shangri-La (You cannot find this place on any maps--...), undated TS.

    Without AN.

    series II: 2 Box 3 Folder 14 Item 928

    The Shattered Lute, I, II I. (Shattered the pipes and the lute...), undated 16 lines on 1p. TS.

    series II: 2 Box 3 Folder 14 Item 929

    The Shell (She brought it to the hill-farm when she came...), October 20, 1938 14 lines on 1p. TS.

    With AN Sold to This Week 10/20/38 14.00.

    series II: 2 Box 3 Folder 14 Item 930

    The Shell (She brought it to the hill-farm when she came...), October 20, 1938 TS copy.

    With identical AN.

    series II: 2 Box 3 Folder 14 Item 931

    Shells (The chipmunk's shining chisels left...), undated 22 lines on 1p. TS.

    series II: 2 Box 3 Folder 14 Item 932

    Shining Armor (No knight in shining armor went away...), August 12, 1938 14 lines on 1p. TS.

    With AN Sold to This Week 8/12/38 $15.00 paid.

    series II: 2 Box 3 Folder 14 Item 933

    A Ship Comes In (I like to watch a ship come into port,...), undated 14 lines on 1p. TS.

    series II: 2 Box 3 Folder 14 Item 934

    Ship's Bell (On cliffs against the sky...), undated 16 lines on 1p. TS.

    series II: 2 Box 3 Folder 14 Item 935

    Ship's Lantern (I saw it hanging on his porch one day--...), February 22, 1943 16 lines on 1p. TS copy.

    With AN Sold to New England Homestead 2/22/43 $1.50.

    series II: 2 Box 3 Folder 14 Item 936

    Shower At Harvest Time (Heat waved above the bundles spread...), undated 26 lines on 1p. TS.

    With AN Sold to The Portal $10.00.

    series II: 2 Box 3 Folder 14 Item 937

    Shower At Harvest Time (Heat waved above the bundles spread...), December 16, 1939 TS copy.

    With AN Sold to The Portal 12/16/39 $13.00.

    series II: 2 Box 3 Folder 14 Item 938

    Shower Of Dew (Stars are still bright in the spring...), April 1942 12 lines on 1p. TS copy.

    With AN Sold to Washington Post Poems 4/10/42 $3.00 paid 4/18/42.

    series II: 2 Box 3 Folder 14 Item 939

    The Sign Boards (Some people who complained...), September 24, 1942 20 lines on 1p. TS copy.

    With AN Sold to Holland's 9/24/42 $10.00.

    series II: 2 Box 3 Folder 14 Item 940

    Silent Trumpets (As if the world must hear in silence...), undated 12 lines on 1p. TS.

    With AN Sold to Portland Oregonian 4/2 1.00.

    series II: 2 Box 3 Folder 14 Item 941

    Silhouettes (Old silhouettes against the years endure...), March 20, 1939 14 lines on 1p. TS copy.

    With AN Gold to Holland's 3/20/39 $7.00.

    series II: 2 Box 3 Folder 14 Item 942

    Since Youth Is All For Gladness (Since Youth is all for gladness...), undated 12 lines on 1p. TS.

    series II: 2 Box 3 Folder 14 Item 943

    Sky Pages (The flight of sparrows, epigrams before...), undated 14 lines on 1p. TS.

    series II: 2 Box 3 Folder 14 Item 944

    Slow Defeat (He found the field, when first he came,...), May 30, 1939 20 lines on 1p. TS.

    With AN Sold to Poetry, A Magazine of Verse 5/20/39 5.00.

    series II: 2 Box 3 Folder 14 Item 945

    Slow Defeat (He found the field, when first he came,...), May 30, 1939 TS.

    With similar AN.

    series II: 2 Box 3 Folder 14 Item 946

    Slow Defeat (He found the field, when first he came,...), May 30, 1939 TS.

    With AN LP Collected Poems and AN Sold to Poetry, A Magazine of Verse 5/20/39 $5.00. [ms. correction of one word, line 8].

    series II: 2 Box 3 Folder 14 Item 947

    Slow Quest (It happened that the wind was blowing...), undated 8 lines on 1p. TS.

    series II: 2 Box 3 Folder 14 Item 948

    Small Boy In A Garden (More energetic than discreet,.., December 20, 1941 16 lines on 1p. TS copy.

    With AN Sold to Washington Post Poems 12/20/41 $4.00.

    series II: 2 Box 3 Folder 14 Item 949

    The Smell Of Water (Cattle, grazing down to the roots...), February 5, 1938 18 lines on 1p. TS.

    With AN In Earth-Circles And Horizons and AN Better Verse 2/5/38--...)

    series II: 2 Box 3 Folder 14 Item 950

    The Smell Of Water (Cattle, grazing down to the roots...), February 5, 1938 TS.

    Without AN.

    series II: 2 Box 3 Folder 14 Item 951

    Snow Architect (Weed stems are changed to leaning crystal towers,...), December 1938 14 lines on 1p. TS copy.

    With AN Sold to Christian Science Monitor December 1938 $4.50.

    series II: 2 Box 3 Folder 14 Item 952

    Snow In Spring (The half-curled leaf finds prematurely now...), undated 14 lines on 1p. TS.

    series II: 2 Box 3 Folder 14 Item 953

    Snow On The Roofs (For just a little while today...), January 3, 1939 16 lines on 1p. TS.

    With AN Sold to Christian Science Monitor 1/3/39 $4.00 paid.

    series II: 2 Box 3 Folder 14 Item 954

    Snow On The Roofs (For just a little while today...), January 3, 1939 TS.

    With similar AN.

    series II: 2 Box 3 Folder 14 Item 955

    Snowed In (Last night the howling blizzard circles him...), January 30, 1939 14 lines on 1p. TS.

    With AN Sold to New York Times 1/30/39 $7.50.

    series II: 2 Box 3 Folder 14 Item 956

    Snowy Bough (From the snowy bough...), March 16, 1940 16 lines on 1p. TS copy.

    With AN Sold to The Ladies' Home Journal 3/16/40 $16.00.

    series II: 2 Box 3 Folder 14 Item 957

    So Brief The Time (So brief a time the wings may glint...), undated 16 lines on 1p. TS.

    With AN Author of poems in Ladies' Home Journal... [list of 10 periodicals] etc.

    series II: 2 Box 3 Folder 14 Item 958

    So Soon The Fruit (So soon the fruit follows...), August 23, 1943 13 lines on 1p. TS copy.

    With AN Sold to Washington Post Poems 8/23/43 $3.25.

    series II: 2 Box 3 Folder 14 Item 959

    Softly The Night (Softly the night comes down...), February 5, 1938 20 lines on 1p. TS.

    With AN Pub and AN Better Verse 2/5/38--.

    series II: 2 Box 3 Folder 14 Item 960

    Sombrero (The tawny felt that made the crown had learned how mountains stand,...), undated 20 lines on 1p. TS.

    series II: 2 Box 3 Folder 14 Item 961

    Song (A hurry of wings past the sunset's gold,...), undated 12 lines on 1p. TS.

    series II: 2 Box 3 Folder 14 Item 962

    Song (After the rain in the upland pastures...), undated 8 lines on 1p. TS.

    series II: 2 Box 3 Folder 14 Item 963

    Song (Because fawns sleep in daisies...), undated 12 lines on 1p. TS.

    series II: 2 Box 3 Folder 14 Item 964

    Song (If we could seek less blindly...), undated 8 lines on 1p. TS.

    series II: 2 Box 3 Folder 14 Item 965

    Song (Light flashes on a wing...), July 19, 1941 13 lines on 1p. TS.

    With AN Last Section CP and AN Sold to Adult Student Methodist Church 7/19/41 $3.00?

    series II: 2 Box 3 Folder 14 Item 966

    Song (Light flashes on a wing...), July 19, 1941 TS copy.

    Without AN.

    series II: 2 Box 3 Folder 14 Item 967

    Song (No drowsy wind or soothing rain...), January 29, 1942 12 lines on 1p. TS.

    With AN Copy and AN Accepted by Contemporary Poetry 1/29/42.

    series II: 2 Box 3 Folder 14 Item 968

    Song (No drowsy wind or soothing rain...), January 29, 1942 TS.

    Without AN.

    series II: 2 Box 3 Folder 14 Item 969

    Song (Now more than ever we need...), July 27, 1942 20 lines on 1p. TS copy.

    With AN Daughters of the American Revolution National Historical Magazine 7/27/42 $5.00.

    series II: 2 Box 3 Folder 15 Item 970

    Song (Remembering how mint and tansy,...), undated 10 lines on 1p. TS.

    series II: 2 Box 3 Folder 15 Item 971

    Song (The arrows of the wind are sharp...), July 28, 1943 12 lines on 1p. TS copy.

    With AN Sold to Washington Post Poems 7/28/43 $3.00.

    series II: 2 Box 3 Folder 15 Item 972

    Song (The moon was silver over the silver willow...), undated 14 lines on 1p. TS.

    series II: 2 Box 3 Folder 15 Item 973

    Song (The roses are dead in the garden...), undated 12 lines on 1p. TS.

    series II: 2 Box 3 Folder 15 Item 974

    Song (Though the cave man carved in stone...), undated 8 lines on 1p. TS.

    series II: 2 Box 3 Folder 15 Item 975

    Song (Though the cave man carved in stone...), undated TS.

    series II: 2 Box 3 Folder 15 Item 976

    Song For This Spring (There is likely to be a shortage of string...), December 3, 1942 14 lines on 1p. TS copy.

    With AN Sold to Holland's 12/3/42 $7.00.

    series II: 2 Box 3 Folder 15 Item 977

    Songs While The Fruit Is Growing, I, II, III. I. (We turned into the lane and heard...), undated 51 lines on 2l. TS.

    series II: 2 Box 3 Folder 15 Item 978

    Sonnet (Not as a pilgrim have I followed her,...), undated 14 lines on 1p. TS.

    series II: 2 Box 3 Folder 15 Item 979

    The Sower Who Reaped The Sea (The road was dusty and the grass was gray...), undated 73 lines on 2l. TS.

    series II: 2 Box 3 Folder 15 Item 980

    Sparrows ( We scorned them when the brighter throats...), February 8, 1940 16 lines on 1p. TS copy.

    With AN Sold to New York Times 2/8/40 $7.50 paid 2/8/40.

    series II: 2 Box 3 Folder 15 Item 981

    The Sparrows (Seven grimy sparrows...), January 17, 1944 18 lines on 1p. TS copy.

    With AN Sold to The Ave Maria 1/17/44 $5.00.

    series II: 2 Box 3 Folder 15 Item 982

    The Sparrows' Choice (The little house we built is plain...), November 15, 1943 12 lines on 1p. TS copy.

    With AN Sold to The Ave Maria (For Our Younger Readers) 11/15/43 $5.00.

    series II: 2 Box 3 Folder 15 Item 983

    Spring (Not plows but many exploding shells...), December 1941 26 lines on 1p. TS copy.

    With AN Sold to American Mercury 12/1/41 $7.50.

    series II: 2 Box 3 Folder 15 Item 984

    Spring And War (Earth quickens even at the mangled edge...), 1942 14 lines on 1p. TS copy.

    With AN Collected Poems Use in VIIILast Poems, AN Sold to Holland's 2/20/42 $7.00, and AN Published May issue 1942.

    series II: 2 Box 3 Folder 15 Item 985

    Spring Comes To Desert Mountains (The only green here is the malachite...), April 8, 1939 14 lines on 1p. TS copy.

    With AN LP OK Glenn Ward Dresbach and AN Sold to Christian Science Monitor 4/8/39 $4.00.

    series II: 2 Box 3 Folder 15 Item 986

    Spring From Granite (Snow water feeds it from the height--...), undated 30 lines on 1p. TS.

    series II: 2 Box 3 Folder 15 Item 987

    The Spring House (The man who built this little house of stone...), June 5, 1939 14 lines on 1p. TS.

    With AN Sold to Christian Science Monitor 6/5/39 $4.00.

    series II: 2 Box 3 Folder 15 Item 988

    Spring Morning (A broken bough on the tree--...), undated 16 lines on 1p. TS.

    series II: 2 Box 3 Folder 15 Item 989

    Spring Plowing (These are the foes of all mankind--...), January 23, 1942 24 lines on 1p. TS copy.

    With AN Sold to Weekly Magazine Section Christian Science Monitor 1/23/42 5.00?

    series II: 2 Box 3 Folder 15 Item 990

    A Spring Revived (The pasture spring has flooded clear...), May 13, 1939 14 lines on 1p. TS copy.

    With AN Sold to the Christian Science Monitor 5/13/39 $4.50.

    series II: 2 Box 3 Folder 15 Item 991

    Squirrel Nests (You see a flash of russet or gray...), undated 24 lines on 1p. TS copy.

    series II: 2 Box 3 Folder 15 Item 992

    Squirrels (Weigh each nut before you carry...), September 18, 1939 24 lines on 1p. TS copy.

    With AN LP and AN Sold to The Saturday Evening Post 9/18/39 $60.00. [misspelled word line 12].

    series II: 2 Box 3 Folder 15 Item 993

    A Stag Comes To Drink (A stag comes to drink at a spring that is flowing...), undated 24 lines on 1p. TS.

    series II: 2 Box 3 Folder 15 Item 994

    Star Map (Behold the realms of light...), September 3, 1940 12 lines on 1p. TS copy.

    With AN Extension 9/3/40 5.00.

    series II: 2 Box 3 Folder 15 Item 995

    Stir Of Wings (Watch for a while, if you will,...), June 9, 1941 11 lines on 1p. TS copy.

    With AN VIII Last Poems Collected Poems and AN sold to Christian Science Monitor Home Forum Page 6/9/41 $3.50.

    series II: 2 Box 3 Folder 15 Item 996

    Stone Wall (Stone wall, in the year of the longest drouth...), undated 18 lines on 1p. MS/TS copy.

    With AN Ass to New Poems... and other ANs [partially deleted]. [ms revision of words in several lines].

    series II: 2 Box 3 Folder 15 Item 997

    Storm Comes To The Desert (Something that wakened to hunger...), undated 16 lines on 1p. TS.

    series II: 2 Box 3 Folder 15 Item 998

    Storm In The Night (After lightning's blinding flash...), July 6, 1943 12 lines on 1p. TS copy.

    With AN Sold to Portland Oregonian $1.00 7/6/43.

    series II: 2 Box 3 Folder 15 Item 999

    Storm-Rain Songs, I, II, III. I. (Great friendliness I find in cliffs that break...), undated 45 lines on 1p. TS.

    series II: 2 Box 3 Folder 15 Item 1000

    Strange Harvest (Hold this last wild rose petal in your hands,...), undated 14 lines on 1p. TS.

    series II: 2 Box 3 Folder 15 Item 1001

    The Strategy (Something about the orchard ground--...), September 6, 1941 12 lines on 1p. TS copy.

    With AN Sold to Home Forum Christian Science Monitor 9/6/41 $3.50.

    series II: 2 Box 3 Folder 15 Item 1002

    Strays (They come through the pale light...), undated 39 lines on 1p. TS.

    series II: 2 Box 3 Folder 15 Item 1003

    Strays (They come through the pale light...), undated TS.

    series II: 2 Box 3 Folder 15 Item 1004

    Strong Men (The rain had driven in the men...), April 9, 1945 20 lines on 1p. TS.

    With AN Sold to Columbia 4/9/45 7.00.

    series II: 2 Box 3 Folder 15 Item 1005

    A Summer Memory (They were dusting themselves in the sunny trail...), February 4, 1938 24 lines on 1p. TS.

    With AN Saint Nicholas 2/4/38 $5..00 paid and other ANs [partially deleted].

    series II: 2 Box 3 Folder 15 Item 1006

    Summer Twilight (The glint of sun on wings, far off and high,...), undated 14 lines on 1p. TS.

    series II: 2 Box 3 Folder 15 Item 1007

    Sundial (Only the sun can mark...), February 12, 1940 12 lines on 1p. TS copy.

    With AN Sold to Ave Maria 2/12/40 $5.00.

    series II: 2 Box 3 Folder 15 Item 1008

    Sunset Argosy (Like ghost-ships rising from blue bays of sky,...), undated 14 lines on 1p. TS.

    series II: 2 Box 3 Folder 15 Item 1009

    Survival (Rust settled on the grass along the lane;...), June 2, 1941 14 lines on 1p. TS.

    With AN Sold to Weekly Magazine Section Christian Science Monitor 6/2/41 $5.00 paid 6/2/41.

    series II: 2 Box 3 Folder 15 Item 1010

    Swift Water (Curve after curve the river...), January 13, 1940 12 lines on 1p. TS copy.

    With AN Sold to Church School Magazine 1/13/40 5.00.

    series II: 2 Box 3 Folder 15 Item 1011

    The Talk Of Cedars (Through nights when skies became a quiet sea...), undated 14 lines on 1p. TS.

    series II: 2 Box 3 Folder 15 Item 1012

    The Tapestry (Who wove these threads of fading light-to fade-...), undated 14 lines on 1p. TS.

    series II: 2 Box 3 Folder 15 Item 1013

    The Tapestry (Who wove these threads of fading light-to fade-...), undated TS.

    series II: 2 Box 3 Folder 15 Item 1014

    Targets (It seems a little while ago...), undated 14 lines on 1p. TS.

    series II: 2 Box 3 Folder 15 Item 1015

    The Tent (The finest tent I ever found...), May 24, 1939 20 lines on 1p. TS copy.

    With AN Sold to Saint Nicholas 5/24/39 5.00.

    series II: 2 Box 3 Folder 15 Item 1016

    Tested Things (She keeps her faith in tested things,...), 1942 20 lines on 1p. TS copy.

    With AN Sold to The Christian Home 4/23/42 $5.00 paid 5/1/42.

    series II: 2 Box 3 Folder 15 Item 1017

    These Moments (These moments from our hands escape...), April 26, 1943 16 lines on 1p. TS copy.

    With AN Sold to New York Times 4/26/43 $7.50. [ms revision of first word, line 2].

    series II: 2 Box 3 Folder 15 Item 1018

    This Autumn Night (In many lands, this autumn night,...), August 1941 24 lines on 1p. TS copy.

    With AN Sold to American Mercury 8/1/41 $8.50 paid 8/11/41.

    series II: 2 Box 3 Folder 15 Item 1019

    This Autumn Night (In many lands, this autumn night,...), August 1941 TS.

    With AN From The American Mercury.

    series II: 2 Box 3 Folder 15 Item 1020

    Threshing Day (It used to be a day of wonder...), undated 26 lines on 1p. TS.

    series II: 2 Box 3 Folder 15 Item 1021

    Thunder In The Desert (At first the thunder sounded...), undated 18 lines on 1p. TS.

    series II: 2 Box 3 Folder 15 Item 1022

    Thunder In The Jungle (A rumble in the dark throat of the hills...), undated 14 lines on 1p. TS.

    series II: 2 Box 3 Folder 15 Item 1023

    The Tide (The tide comes silently, first spreading thin...), May 30, 1942 7 lines on 1p. TS copy.

    With AN Last Section CP and AN Sold to Washington Post Poems 5/30/42 $1.50.

    series II: 2 Box 3 Folder 15 Item 1024

    Time (Time moves with coral climbing from the deep...), 1943-1944 14 lines on 1p. TS copy.

    With AN Accepted by The Sonneteer for Spring, 1944 issue 12/16/43.

    series II: 2 Box 3 Folder 15 Item 1025

    Time (Time moves with coral climbing from the deep...), 1943-1944 TS copy.

    With AN New York Sun.

    series II: 2 Box 3 Folder 15 Item 1026

    Tired Hands (They hang limply now in the soft dusk...), undated 13 lines on 1p. TS copy.

    series II: 2 Box 3 Folder 15 Item 1027

    To A Lantern (Since new necessity has made me turn...), October 18, 1943 14 lines on 1p. TS copy.

    With AN Sold to Saint Anthony Messenger 10/18/43 $5.00 paid.

    series II: 2 Box 3 Folder 15 Item 1028

    To A Late Robin (Robin, you have stayed too long...), July 10, 1943 21 lines on 1p. TS copy.

    With AN Sold to Saint Anthony Messenger 7/10/43 $5.00 paid 7/10/43.

    series II: 2 Box 3 Folder 15 Item 1029

    To A Rabbit's Foot (I ponder how affluent wistfulness...), September 6, 1941 14 lines on 1p. MS/TS copy.

    With TN Author of poems in Saturday Evening Post...[list of 7 periodicals] etc. and AN Sold to Washington Post Poems 9/6/41 $3.50 paid. [ms drafts and revisions of last 2 lines; punctuation changes.]

    series II: 2 Box 3 Folder 15 Item 1030

    To A Rabbit's Foot (I ponder how affluent wistfulness...), September 6, 1941 TS copy.

    Without TN or AN. [no revisions].

    series II: 2 Box 3 Folder 15 Item 1031

    To A Ship's Lantern (Your light had winked with starlight on the sea...), March 26, 1938 14 lines on 1p. TS.

    With AN Pub and AN Sold to The Commonweal 3/26/38 $5.00 paid.

    series II: 2 Box 3 Folder 15 Item 1032

    To A Thrush In La Salle Street (Some unseen maelstrom of rebellious air...), undated 40 lines on 1p. TS.

    series II: 2 Box 3 Folder 15 Item 1033

    To One Reported Missing (You are but absent from assembled ranks...), June 17, 1943 14 lines on 1p. TS copy.

    With AN Last Section CP and AN Sold to The New York Times 6/17/43 $7.50.

    series II: 2 Box 3 Folder 15 Item 1034

    To Quail Under Snow Crust (Above you, through steel-tinted slits of eyes,...), undated 14 lines on 1p. TS.

    series II: 2 Box 3 Folder 15 Item 1035

    To The Statuette Of A Boy (With a Thorn In His Foot) (What brambles did you run through...), undated 24 lines on 1p. TS.

    series II: 2 Box 3 Folder 15 Item 1036

    To Thirst (You were unquenched at wayside wells...), December 3, 1938 24 lines on 1p. TS.

    With AN Sold to Thought 12/3/38 $3.60.

    series II: 2 Box 3 Folder 15 Item 1037

    The Tollhouse (A wide smooth highway passes it, unheeding...), undated 14 lines on 1p. TS.

    series II: 2 Box 3 Folder 15 Item 1038

    Too Much Freedom (Shoes that had guarded well his questing feet...), January 13, 1945 14 lines on 1p. TS.

    With AN Sold to Ave Maria 1/13/45 5.00.

    series II: 2 Box 3 Folder 15 Item 1039

    Too Much Freedom (Shoes that had guarded well his questing feet...), 1945 TS copy.

    With AN sold to Ave Maria 1/13/45 5.00 paid 7/10/45.

    series II: 2 Box 3 Folder 15 Item 1040

    The Torch (Now he remembers how he stirred from sleep...), January 25, 1940 14 lines on 1p. TS copy.

    With AN Collected Poems and AN Sold to The Ladies' Home Journal 1/25/40 $14.00.

    series II: 2 Box 3 Folder 15 Item 1041

    Toy Balloons (Here walks a man with clustered blues and golds...), June 19, 1939 14 lines on 1p. TS.

    With AN Sold to New York Sun 6/19/39 $4.00.

    series II: 2 Box 3 Folder 15 Item 1042

    Toy Balloons (Here walks a man with clustered blues and golds...), June 19, 1939 TS.

    With similar AN.

    series II: 2 Box 3 Folder 15 Item 1043

    Toys (Shop windows are full of bright new toys...), March 9, 1940 22 lines on 1p. TS copy.

    With AN Sold to Epworth Herald 3/9/40 $3.00.

    series II: 2 Box 3 Folder 15 Item 1044

    Train Whistle Spring Night (Something wild and sweet...), December 20, 1937 20 lines on 1p. TS.

    With AN The Ave Maria 12/20/37 $5.00 paid.

    series II: 2 Box 3 Folder 15 Item 1045

    Tramp and Scarecrow (One of them had no place to go...), January 22, 1943 21 lines on 1p. TS.

    With AN 21 lines Sold to New Mexico Quarterly 1/22/43 $. [sic]

    series II: 2 Box 3 Folder 15 Item 1046

    Tramp Steamer (She once wore red paint patches...), June 1942 20 lines on 1p. TS copy.

    With AN Sold to Holland's 6/1/42 $10.00.

    series II: 2 Box 3 Folder 15 Item 1047

    Transients (Polaris is the north star now,...), undated 24 lines on 1p. TS.

    series II: 2 Box 3 Folder 15 Item 1048

    Trapped Waters (These are the waters left by floods or rain...), June 15, 1942 18 lines on 1p. TS copy.

    With AN Sold to New York Times 6/15/42 $7.50.

    series II: 2 Box 3 Folder 15 Item 1049

    Travel Notes (I do not remember the name of the town-...), undated 16 lines on 1p. TS.

    series II: 2 Box 3 Folder 15 Item 1050

    Traveling At Home (Now that we cannot travel far...), October 18, 1943 18 lines on 1p. TS copy.

    With AN Sold to Saint Anthony Messenger 10/18/43 $5.00 paid. [ms revisions].

    series II: 2 Box 3 Folder 16 Item 1051

    The Tree Remembered (The stone mounts, ledge by ledge,...), October 6, 1941 20 lines on 1p. TS copy.

    With AN Collected Poems Use in VIII Last Poems and AN Sold to The Yale Review 10/6/41 $10.00.

    series II: 2 Box 3 Folder 16 Item 1052

    The Tree Remembered (The stone mounts, ledge by ledge,...), October 6, 1941 TS.

    With brief Ans.

    series II: 2 Box 3 Folder 16 Item 1053

    Tree-Rings (Here, under shaggy bark, the tree...), August 22, 1941 10 lines on 1p. TS copy.

    With AN Sold to Classmate 8/22/41 $9.00.

    series II: 2 Box 3 Folder 16 Item 1054

    Trees By Water (When, after harvest, the drouth comes...), undated

    With AN Sold to Home Forum Christian Science Monitor 8/2/41 $3.50 paid.

    series II: 2 Box 3 Folder 16 Item 1055

    Trees In Storm (Oaks shouting back to the storm and breaking the hold...), undated 20 lines on 1p. TS.

    series II: 2 Box 3 Folder 16 Item 1056

    Tropic Port (Bright masts sway upward on the rippled blue...), undated 14 lines on 1p. TS.

    series II: 2 Box 3 Folder 16 Item 1057

    Tropic Town (A white beach, where the lazy breakers curl,...), August 8, 1938 14 lines on 1p. TS.

    With AN Accepted by Talaria 8/8/38 with House For The Wrens sailing Ship In Storm, Autumn Pool.

    series II: 2 Box 3 Folder 16 Item 1058

    The Trout (The springs that summer were going dry...), April 25, 1940 22 lines on 1p. TS copy.

    With AN Sold to Elementary Teacher...4/25/40 4.00.

    series II: 2 Box 3 Folder 16 Item 1059

    Tugboat Captain (With work to do he has no time to dream...), November 16, 1942 14 lines on 1p. TS copy.

    With AN Sold to Yankee 11/16/42 $2.50.

    series II: 2 Box 3 Folder 16 Item 1060

    Tumble-Weeds (We may not know how they withstood...), undated 15 lines on 1p. TS.

    series II: 2 Box 3 Folder 16 Item 1061

    Turning Home (Far off a window's flower of light...), undated 12 lines on 1p. TS.

    series II: 2 Box 3 Folder 16 Item 1062

    Turning Home (The wagon creaks with weight of golden ears,...), undated 14 lines on 1p. TS.

    series II: 2 Box 3 Folder 16 Item 1063

    Two Pairs Of Gloves (The old man, when he died, had left two pairs...), December 6, 1939 14 lines on 1p. TS copy.

    With AN Sold to New York Times 12/6/39 $7.20 paid.

    series II: 2 Box 3 Folder 16 Item 1064

    The Two Towns (The prairie, through its haze,...), undated 24 lines on 1p. TS.

    series II: 2 Box 3 Folder 16 Item 1065

    A Vagabond At The Gates (What is this strife and worry all about,...), undated 12 lines on 1p. MS.

    series II: 2 Box 3 Folder 16 Item 1066

    A Vagabond At The Gates (What is this strife and worry all about,...), undated TS.

    [Last 2 words, lines 10 and 11, not capitalized in MS copy, Number 1065, q.v.].

    series II: 2 Box 3 Folder 16 Item 1067

    Village Bus Depot (The world comes to a few...), April 1945 12 lines on 1p. TS.

    With AN Living Poetry April 1945.

    series II: 2 Box 3 Folder 16 Item 1068

    The Village Of The Doves (The road went lazily along the hill...), undated 14 lines on 1p. TS.

    series II: 2 Box 3 Folder 16 Item 1069

    The Vine (Some said the vine...), December 23, 1942 16 lines on 1p. TS.

    With AN Sold to Personal Romances 12/23/42 $4.00.

    series II: 2 Box 3 Folder 16 Item 1070

    The Vine (Some said the vine...), December 23, 1942 TS.

    With identical AN.

    series II: 2 Box 3 Folder 16 Item 1071

    Vine At The Edge Of The Abyss (The frail roots had groped here...), undated 16 lines on 1p. TS.

    series II: 2 Box 3 Folder 16 Item 1072

    Visitors (His house and fields are far from town-...), May 19, 1939 20 lines on 1p. TS copy.

    With AN Sold to Saint Nicholas 5/19/39 $5.00.

    series II: 2 Box 3 Folder 16 Item 1073

    The Voice (Crowds swept through canyons of the patterned stone-...), September 20, 1939 14 lines on 1p. TS.

    With AN Sold to Extension Magazine 9/20/39 $4.00.

    series II: 2 Box 3 Folder 16 Item 1074

    Voice Through The Thunder (The storm had come up suddenly a hush...), June 9, 1943 14 lines on 1p. TS copy.

    With AN Sold to Saint Anthony Messenger 6/9/43 $4.00 paid.

    series II: 2 Box 3 Folder 16 Item 1075

    Wagon In The Lane (See the hay-load billow high,...), August 1940 19 lines on 1p. TS copy.

    With AN Christian Science Monitor 4.00 August 1940.

    series II: 2 Box 3 Folder 16 Item 1076

    Wagons (An empty wagon makes the loudest sound-...), undated 14 lines on 1p. TS.

    series II: 2 Box 3 Folder 16 Item 1077

    The Wagons Come at Sunset (The wagons come at sunset from the fields,...), June 20, 1939 14 lines on 1p. TS copy.

    With AN Sold to The Ave Maria 6/20/39 $5.00.

    series II: 2 Box 3 Folder 16 Item 1078

    The Watchers (Suddenly, he had turned to look around...), undated 20 lines on 1p. TS.

    With AN Washington Post Poems and AN Washington Post Poems 5.00.

    series II: 2 Box 3 Folder 16 Item 1079

    The Watchers (Suddenly, he had turned to look around...), undated TS copy.

    With AN Sold to Washington Post Poems.

    series II: 2 Box 3 Folder 16 Item 1080

    Watching By A Sick-Bed (Around us silence of the night,...), May 1942 12 lines on 1p. TS copy.

    With AN Last Section CP and AN Sold to Adult Student 5/1/42 $1.50.

    series II: 2 Box 3 Folder 16 Item 1081

    Watercress (The rhythmic stems of jade, below...), April 29, 1939 16 lines on 1p. TS copy.

    With AN Sold to Household Magazine 4/29/39 $8.00. [ms correction of title as typed].

    series II: 2 Box 3 Folder 16 Item 1082

    Watering The Stock (Early that spring he had made...), September 22, 1941 24 lines on 1p. TS copy.

    With AN Sold to Boys Today 9/22/41 $12.00.

    series II: 2 Box 3 Folder 16 Item 1083

    Water-Wheel (The streams diminished, and mill-race filled...), September 21, 1942 14 lines on 1p. TS copy.

    With AN Talaria 9/21/42.

    series II: 2 Box 3 Folder 16 Item 1084

    We Burn The Leaves (We burn the leaves again-...), October 4, 1943 24 lines on 1p. TS copy.

    With AN Sold to New York Times 10/4/43 $7.50.

    series II: 2 Box 3 Folder 16 Item 1085

    The Wedge Of Wings (Into the gray sky, over me...), December 7, 1939 16 [originally 20] lines on 1p. TS.

    With AN Accepted The Atlantic Monthly 12/7/37 $12.50 paid. [Original lines 13-16 marked over]. [ms revision of words].

    series II: 2 Box 3 Folder 16 Item 1086

    What If All Beauty Stays? (What if all Beauty stays-and only men...), October 29, 1943 14 lines on 1p. TS copy.

    With AN Sold to The Ave Maria 10/29/43 $5.00.

    series II: 2 Box 3 Folder 16 Item 1087

    What Is In Water? (Forever people have been staring down...), undated 14 lines on 1p. TS.

    With AN Ladies' Home Journal and AN Ladies' Home Journal 14.00.

    series II: 2 Box 3 Folder 16 Item 1088

    What Is In Water? (Forever people have been staring down...), July 18, 1942 TS copy.

    With AN Last Section CP and AN Sold to The Ladies' Home Journal 7/18/42 $14.00 paid 7/18/42.

    series II: 2 Box 3 Folder 16 Item 1089

    What We Defend (Ask all men what we defend and each may make...), March 30, 1942 37 [originally 39] lines on 1p. MS/TS.

    With AN Sold to Holland's 3/30/42 $18.50 paid and AN To be page feature illustrated in July issues 1942. [Original title: All That We Defend]. [ms revision of words, phrases, and lines].

    series II: 2 Box 3 Folder 16 Item 1090

    What Would You Do? (What would you do with words? Use them as notes...), April 2, 1945 14 lines on 1p. TS copy.

    With AN Sold to Portland Oregonian 4/2/45.

    series II: 2 Box 3 Folder 16 Item 1091

    White Birches (I have seen them like dancers in silver veils...), March 20, 1940 17 lines on 1p. TS copy.

    With AN Sold to Ave Maria 3/20/40 $5.00.

    series II: 2 Box 3 Folder 16 Item 1092

    The White Cane (He jostled her a little in the crowd,...), December 31, 1938 16 lines on 1p. TS.

    With AN Light and Shadow Section Collected Poems and AN Sold to Extension Magazine 12/31/38 $15.00.

    series II: 2 Box 3 Folder 16 Item 1093

    White Fences (Prim and exact for the exclusion...), undated 8 lines on 1p. TS.

    series II: 2 Box 3 Folder 16 Item 1094

    White Owl (What children of the snowstorm fashioned you...), undated 14 lines on 1p. TS.

    series II: 2 Box 3 Folder 16 Item 1095

    White Processionals (The white floss had been given...), 1938 24 lines on 1p. TS.

    With AN Accepted 5/21/38 The Christian Home Nashville, Tennessee paid $7.00 paid 5/21 and AN To be published September 1938.

    series II: 2 Box 3 Folder 16 Item 1096

    White Water (Flash of the fang...), undated 12 lines on 1p. TS.

    series II: 2 Box 3 Folder 16 Item 1097

    Who Has Not Loved (Who has not loved a woman, with...), September 8, 1942 16 lines on 1p. TS copy.

    With AN Sold to Personal Romances 9/8/42 $4.00 paid.

    series II: 2 Box 3 Folder 16 Item 1098

    Wild Ducks On The Pond (The tame ducks waddled through the crystle [sic] blur...), undated 14 lines on 1p. MS.

    With AN Pub and AN Sold to Christian Science Monitor $4.00 paid. [ms revision throughout].

    series II: 2 Box 3 Folder 16 Item 1099

    Wild Geese (Goose-wedges driving to the north this year...), January 23, 1942 16 lines on 1p. TS copy.

    With AN Sold to Washington Post Poems 1/23/42 $4.00 paid. [ms. revision of one word, line 1].

    series II: 2 Box 3 Folder 16 Item 1100

    The Wild Goose (That spring the heavy rains had filled...), January 13, 1943 24 lines on 1p. TS copy.

    With AN sold to Pioneer 1/13/1943 $2.50.

    series II: 2 Box 3 Folder 16 Item 1101

    Wild Goose Feather (There it was when he came,...), January 24, 1940 16 lines on 1p. TS copy.

    With AN Sold to Oregonian Verse 1/24/40 $1.00.

    series II: 2 Box 3 Folder 16 Item 1102

    The Wild Roses (Beside the road, the town dump desecrates...), December 12, 1941 14 lines on 1p. TS copy.

    With AN Use in Collected Poems VIII Last Poems and AN Sold to Saint Anthony Messenger 12/12/41 $4.00.

    series II: 2 Box 3 Folder 16 Item 1103

    Wild Stallion (They have roped him at last and brought him in from the sage,...), March 16, 1940 24 lines on 1p. TS.

    With AN Sold to Holland's 3/16/40 12.00.

    series II: 2 Box 3 Folder 16 Item 1104

    Wild Stallion (They have roped him at last and brought him in from the sage,...), March 16, 1940 TS copy.

    With identical AN.

    series II: 2 Box 3 Folder 16 Item 1105

    A Willow Whistle (Cloud-ships are riding the pearly billows...), undated 18 lines on 1p. TS.

    series II: 2 Box 3 Folder 16 Item 1106

    Wind In The Corn (The corn shut out the world...), 1940 22 lines on 1p. TS copy.

    With AN Weekly Section Magazine Christian Science Monitor 1940 7.50.

    series II: 2 Box 3 Folder 16 Item 1107

    The Windbreak (Who set these lofty cottonwoods to form...), undated 14 lines on 1p. TS.

    series II: 2 Box 3 Folder 16 Item 1108

    The Windmill (They had been fishing, three fields away,...), June 4, 1942 24 lines on 1p. TS copy.

    With AN Sold to Boys Today 6/4/42 $12.00.

    series II: 2 Box 3 Folder 16 Item 1109

    The Windows (The windows of my house are high-...), May 22, 1942 10 lines on 1p. TS copy.

    With AN Sold to Home Forum Page Christian Science Monitor 5/22/42 $3.00 paid.

    series II: 2 Box 3 Folder 16 Item 1110

    Winds, Blow No Longer (Winds, blow no longer on this day. ...), undated 16 lines on 1p. TS.

    series II: 2 Box 3 Folder 16 Item 1111

    Wings (Each spring we watch the birds...), August 11, 1948 16 [originally 32] lines on 1p. TS.

    With AN Sold to Church School Magazine Nashville 8/11/48 $5.00 paid. [Original lines 17-32 marked over].

    series II: 2 Box 3 Folder 16 Item 1112

    Wings (Now something in the breast...), August 4, 1941 16 lines on 1p. TS copy.

    With AN Sold to Washington Post Poems 8/4/41 $4.00.

    series II: 2 Box 3 Folder 16 Item 1113

    Wings Into Sunset (Wings into sunset, wings...), undated 12 lines on 1p. TS.

    series II: 2 Box 3 Folder 16 Item 1114

    Winter Chores (Sometimes, with hush of snow about me now,...), September 3, 1938 14 lines on 1p. TS.

    With AN Sold to The Ave Maria 9/3/38 $5.00.

    series II: 2 Box 3 Folder 16 Item 1115

    Winter Morning (I go to break the crust of snow...), undated 10 lines on 1p. TS.

    series II: 2 Box 3 Folder 16 Item 1116

    Winter Morning (I go to break the crust of snow...), undated TS.

    series II: 2 Box 3 Folder 16 Item 1117

    Winter Song (At many fires I warmed...), undated 12 lines on 1p. TS copy.

    series II: 2 Box 3 Folder 16 Item 1118

    Winter Twilight (Pines build a wall of darkness on the hill...), undated 14 lines on 1p. TS.

    series II: 2 Box 3 Folder 16 Item 1119

    Witch Grass (We found the witch grass here...), October 30, 1941 18 [originally 24] lines on 1p. TS copy.

    With AN Sold to Yankee 10/30/41 3.00 paid. [Original lines 7-12 marked over].

    series II: 2 Box 3 Folder 16 Item 1120

    The Wolf (The urge to action spread with the alarm... ...), undated 32 lines on 1p. TS copy.

    With AN Washington Post 1.50.

    series II: 2 Box 3 Folder 16 Item 1121

    Woman At Harvest (She moves through these rich patterns of the year,...), July 5, 1945 14 lines on 1p. TS.

    With AN Sold to Washington Post July 5, 1945 3.50.

    series II: 2 Box 3 Folder 16 Item 1122

    Wood (Easy to cut quick to burn!...), January 5, 1942 26 lines on 1p. TS copy.

    With AN Sold to Boys Today 1/5/42 $12.50.

    series II: 2 Box 3 Folder 16 Item 1123

    Woodland Bridge (No one comes this way any more-...), December 21, 1941 12 lines on 1p. TS copy.

    With AN Sold to Home Forum Page Christian Science Monitor 12/21/41 $3.50.

    series II: 2 Box 3 Folder 16 Item 1124

    Woodland In Winter (On dark boughs braving the metallic sky...), undated 14 lines on 1p. TS.

    series II: 2 Box 3 Folder 16 Item 1125

    A Woodland Spring (It was as if an Indian princess stood...), November 21, 1938 27 lines on 1p. TS.

    With AN Sold to Saint Nicholas 11/21/38 5.00.

    series II: 2 Box 3 Folder 16 Item 1126

    Woodpile (A pile of hard wood that we have to chop...), May 21, 1942 14 lines on 1p. TS copy.

    With AN Sold to Classmate 5/21/42 $7.00.

    series II: 2 Box 3 Folder 16 Item 1127

    Words (Words have no boundaries in which confined...), December 1949 14 lines on 1p. TS.

    With AN Collected Poems Use in VIII Last Poems and AN Sold to Catholic World 12/1/49 $7.50.

    series II: 2 Box 3 Folder 16 Item 1128

    Workhorses On Sunday (All working days of each week, they had plodded...), January 14, 1944 24 lines on 1p. TS copy.

    With AN Sold to Saint Anthony Messenger 1/14/44 $6.00.

    series II: 2 Box 3 Folder 16 Item 1129

    Wren's House (You have a door...), undated 20 lines on 1p. TS.

    series II: 2 Box 3 Folder 16 Item 1130

    Old Settlers Day Address, at Lanark, Illlinois, August 17, 1939 1p. MS/TS.

    [prose]

    series II: 2 Box 3 Folder 16 Item 1131

    Places I Will Take You (I know a spring these tragic years...), January 16, 1944 24 lines on 1p. MS.

    With AN To my Beverley with all my love (and the engagement ring on its way to you) from your Glenn 1/16/44.

    series 3: Whole Issues of Periodicals containing published poems and/or prose of Glenn Ward Dresbach,

    circa 1930-1968

    Arranged alphabetically by title of periodical.

    series III Box 17 Item 1

    Adamant; A Quarterly of Beautiful Verse (Waukegan, Illinois) Volume 2, Number 1; Winter, 1935, Winter, 1935 8 lines on p.1.

    Sickle Moon (Time's sickle moon is cold and bright...)

    series III Box 17 Item 2

    Adult Student (Methodist Publishing House, Nashville, Tennessee) Volume 1, Number 10; July 1942, July 1942 12 lines on p.3 (867).

    Ruins (It happened in the night...)

    series III Box 17 Item 3

    Adult Student. Volume Number 11; August 1942, August 1942 13 lines on p.13 (973).

    Song (Light flashes on a wing...)

    series III Box 17 Item 4

    Adult Student. Volume Number 14; November, 1942, November 1942 12 lines on p.20 (1268).

    Watching By A Sickbed (Around us silence of the night,...)

    series III Box 17 Item 5

    Adult Student. Volume 2, Number 1; January 1943, January 1943 19 lines on p.76.

    Deeper In The Interior (Time after time I find in tales of travel,...)

    series III Box 17 Item 6

    American City (New York, New York) Volume 57, Number 8; August 1942, August 1942 37 lines on p.47. Illustration.

    What We Defend (Ask all men what we defend, and each may make...)

    series III Box 17 Item 7

    American City. Volume 57, Number 11; November, 1942, November 1942 18 lines on cover. Illustration.

    The Cities Of America (The cities of America join their untiring force...)

    series III Box 17 Item 8

    American City. Volume 58, Number 3; March, 1943, March 1943 31 lines on p.56.

    America Is Singing (America is singing--...)

    series III Box 17 Item 9

    American Mercury (New York, New York) Volume 52, Number 208; April, 1941, April 1941 14 lines on p.416.

    Lost Ship (This was no proud ship pushing waves aside,...)

    series III Box 17 Item 10

    American Mercury. Volume 52, Number 209; May, 1941, May 1941 24 lines on p.540.

    In An Oats Field (Here where the afternoon is edged with night,...)

    series III Box 17 Item 11

    American Mercury. Volume 53, Number 211; July, 1941, July 1941 14 lines on p.83.

    Wild Honey (This is the kind of honey that the bees...)

    series III Box 17 Item 12

    American Mercury. Volume 53, Number 212; August, 1941, August 1941 24 lines on p.191.

    Night (Ages ago the families huddled...)

    series III Box 17 Item 13

    American Mercury. Volume 53, Number 216; December, 1941, December 1941 5 lines on p.737.

    Man Of Few Words (He was a man of few words... ...)

    series III Box 17 Item 14

    American Poetry Magazine (American Literary Association, Wauwatosa, Wisconsin) Volume 25, Number 1; Anniversary Number, undated 16 lines on pp.6-7.

    Butterflies On The Rock (Now what had been a flat rock, lifting bare...)

    series III Box 17 Item 15

    American Poetry Magazine. Volume 25, Number 5; January-February, 1945, January-February 1945 14 lines on p.2.

    Dogwood Winter (Each year when all the dogwood altars...)

    series III Box 17 Item 16

    Ark/Ozark (Ark/Ozark Publishing Company, Eureka Springs, Arkansas) Volume 1, Number 1; Fall 1968, Fall 1968 12 lines on p.25.

    Autumn Song (A little wind will loosen now...)

    series III Box 17 Item 17

    Ave Maria; Catholic Home Weekly (Notre Dame, Indiana) Volume 56 (n.s.), Number 18; October 31, 1942, October 31, 1942 16 lines on p. 555.

    Nocturne (On distant battle lines men look...)

    series III Box 17 Item 18

    Ave Maria. Volume 58 (n.s.), Number 15; October 9, 1943, October 9, 1943 14 lines on p. 472.

    The Rag Rug (She is not like the rag rug any more...)

    series III Box 17 Item 19

    Ave Maria. Volume 59 (n.s.), Number 1; January 1944, January 1944 12 lines on p. 28.

    The Sparrows' Choice (The little house we built is plain...)

    series III Box 17 Item 20

    Ave Maria. Volume 60 (n.s.), Number 5; July 29, 1944, July 29, 1944 17 lines on p.78.

    A Good Turn (Down the lane and across the clover...)

    series III Box 17 Item 21

    Ave Maria. Volume 62 (n.s.), Number July 7, 1945, July 7, 1945 14 lines on p.14.

    Too Much Freedom (Shoes that had guarded well his questing feet...)

    series III Box 17 Item 22

    Boys Today (Methodist Publishing House, Nashville, Tennessee) Volume 1, Number 9, part 1; June 7, 1942, June 7, 1942 20 lines on p.2. Illustration

    [damaged] The Quality Of Courage (Some wild flowers, very inviting and blue,...)

    series III Box 17 Item 23

    Boys Today. Volume Number 9, part 2; June 14, 1942, June 14, 1942 22 lines on p.2. Illustration

    The Fancy Boat (When pasture brooks began to race...)

    series III Box 17 Item 24

    Boys Today. Volume Number 14, part 2 November 8, 1942, November 8, 1942 20 lines on p.2. Illustration

    On Flushing A Cock Pheasant (The marching banners of the corn...)

    series III Box 17 Item 25

    Boys Today. Volume Number 14, part 3; November 15, 1942, November 15, 1942 25 lines on p.8. Illustration

    Wood (Easy to cut quick to burn!...)

    series III Box 17 Item 26

    Boys Today. Volume Number 14, part 5; November 29, 1942, November 29, 1942. 24 lines on p.8. Illustration

    Squirrel Nests (You see a flash of russet or gray...)

    series III Box 17 Item 27

    Boys Today. Volume 2, Number part 3; January 17, 1943, January 17, 1943 24 lines on p.8. Illustration

    A Change Of Plans (They planned to fish through the ice that day,...)

    series III Box 17 Item 28

    Boys Today. Volume 2, Number 2, part 3; February 21, 1943, February 21, 1943 22 lines on p.8. Illustration

    Grown Up (The dog was only a puppy then...)

    series III Box 17 Item 29

    Boys Today. Volume 2, Number 5, part 1; May 2, 1943, May 2, 1943 20 lines on p.8. Illustration

    The Cardinal's Nest (We had been a little afraid of him...)

    series III Box 17 Item 30

    Boys Today. Volume 2, Number 7, part 2; July 11, 1943, July 11, 1943 24 lines on p.8. Illustration

    Watering The Stock (Early that spring he had made...)

    series III Box 17 Item 31

    Boys Today. Volume 2, Number 7, part 4; July 25, 1943, July 25, 1943 26 lines on p.5. Illustration

    The Cave (They had found the cave a year ago,...)

    series III Box 17 Item 32

    Boys Today. Volume 2, Number 8, part 2; August 8, 1943, August 8, 1943 24 lines on p.8. Illustration

    The Windmill (They had been fishing, three fields away,...)

    series III Box 17 Item 33

    Boys Today. Volume 2, Number 10, part 1; October 3, 1943, October 3, 1943 21 lines on p.6. Illustration

    Scarecrow (The birds it was mean to scare...)

    series III Box 17 Item 34

    Boys Today. Volume 3, Number 12, part 2; December 10, 1944, December 10, 1944 22 lines on p.4. Illustration

    A Reasonable Doubt (His father has said he must find out,...) [has in first line, typographical error]

    series III Box 17 Item 35

    Boys Today. Volume 4, Number 2, part 1; February 4, 1945, February 4, 1945 24 lines on p.6.

    A Better Reason (The hired man showed him how to make...)

    series III Box 17 Item 36

    Boys Today. Volume 4, Number 5, part 1; May 6, 1945, May 6, 1945 24 lines on p.4.

    A Good Sign (He had seen that his father always took,...)

    series III Box 17 Item 37

    Brazilian-American (Rio de Janeiro, Brazil). Number 1408; January 26, 1946, January 26, 1946 14 lines on p.22.

    Beachcomber (Beyond the tropic town the beaches curl...)

    series III Box 17 Item 38

    Canal Record (Panama Canal Society of Florida, Saint Petersburg, Florida), December 1961 78 lines on pp. 66-67.

    Ode On The Completion Of The Panama Canal, I-IX. I.(Another wonder of the world is made!...) [Historical note about poem at head] [Mention of Glenn Ward Dresbach under Panama Canal Society of Northwest Arkansas, by Blanche E. Shaw on p. 26]

    series III Box 17 Item 39

    Catholic World; A Monthly Magazine of General Literature and Science (New York, New York) Volume 156, Number 934; January 1943, January 1943 14 lines on p.437.

    Words (Words have no boundaries in which confined...) [Brief mention of Glenn Ward Dresbach on p.495]

    series III Box 17 Item 40

    Challenge (Methodist Publishing House, Nashville, Tennessee) Volume 2, Number 3; July-August-September, 1943, July-September 1943 22 lines on p.3.

    The Argument (The maples blowing overhead...)

    series III Box 17 Item 41

    Christian Century (Chicago, Illinois) Volume 60, Number 42; October 20, 1943, October 20, 1943. 16 lines on p.1193.

    Wild Geese Again (So much has passed or changed,...)

    series III Box 17 Item 42

    Christian-Evangelist; National Weekly of Disciples of Christ (Saint Louis, Missouri). Volume 80, Number 49; December 3, 1942, December 3, 1942 24 lines on p.1302.

    To A Young Sophisticate (For sometime now, you have been making faces...)

    series III Box 17 Item 43

    Christian Home (Methodist Publishing House, Nashville, Tennessee) Volume 3, Number 3; March, 1944, March 1944 17 lines on p.21.

    Army Of Wild Flowers (Over the ruins left there by armies of men,...)

    series III Box 17 Item 44

    Christian Home. Volume 3, Number 10; October, 1944, October 1944 20 lines on p.15.

    Autumn Inventory (Three shelves of jars in shining rows...)

    series III Box 17 Item 45

    Christian Home. Volume 6, Number 6; June, 1947, June 1947 16 lines on p.7.

    Meadow Land (Meadow land is rich landand deep enough to hold...)

    series III Box 17 Item 46

    Christian Home. Volume 8, Number 3; March, 1949, March 1949 12 lines on p.43.

    First Spring Rain (Through windows opened to the night...)

    series III Box 17 Item 47

    Christian Home. Volume 8, Number 6; June, 1949, June 1949 18 lines on p.32.

    Wild Crab Apples (These little gnarled trees grow on ledges...)

    series III Box 17 Item 48

    Christian Home. Volume 9, Number 10; October, 1950, October 1950 20 lines on p.36.

    Tested Things (She keeps her faith in tested things,...)

    series III Box 15 Item 49

    Child Life. (Boston, Massachusetts) Volume 21, Number 8; August, 1942, August 1942 14 lines on p.340.

    Magic Lariat (We went to a circus in the town...)

    series III Box 19 Item 50

    Christian Science Monitor (Boston, Massachusetts) Weekly Magazine Section, March 14, 1942 20 lines on p.14.

    Larkspur (The larkspur may remind someone...)

    series III Box 19 Item 51

    Christian Science Monitor. Weekly Magazine Section, September 3, 1942 14 lines on p.14.

    Root Cellar (Here, of the earth and close to earth are stored...)

    series III Box 19 Item 52

    Christian Science Monitor. Weekly Magazine Section, January 2, 1943 16 lines on p.15.

    White Ballet (Down wide hushed stairways of the air,...)

    series III Box 19 Item 53

    Christian Science Monitor. Weekly Magazine Section, June 5, 1943 14 lines on p.15.

    Dewdrop (It is the perfect gem we cannot wear,...)

    series III Box 19 Item 54

    Christian Science Monitor. Weekly Magazine Section, February 24, 1945 14 lines on p.6.

    Child And Meadowlark (You are now about to meet...)

    series III Box 19 Item 55

    Christian Science Monitor. Weekly Magazine Section, July 21, 1945 14 lines on p.4.

    Water Over A Cliff (What flood had cut the way I do not know,...)

    series III Box 17 Item 56

    Classmate (Methodist Publishing House, Nashville, Tennessee) Volume 49, Number 31, part 1; August 2, 1942, August 2, 1942 22 lines on p.13. Illustration

    The Culprit (You had two old shoes-now there's one!...)

    series III Box 17 Item 57

    Classmate. Volume 49, Number 39, part 4; September 27, 1942, September 27, 1942 18 lines on p.3. Illustration

    Tree Rings (Here, under shaggy bark, the tree...)

    series III Box 17 Item 58

    Classmate. Volume 50, Number 10, part 1; March 7, 1943, March 7, 1943 24 lines on p.12. Illustration

    Angel Food Cake (She reached the camp as spry as a cricket...)

    series III Box 17 Item 59

    Classmate. Volume 52, Number 16, part 4; April 22, 1945, April 22, 1945 14 lines on p.7. Illustration

    Woodpile (A pile of hard wood that we have to chop...)

    series III Box 18 Item 60

    Classmate. Volume 52, Number 50, part 3; December 16, 1945, December 16, 1945 14 lines on p.7. Illustration

    Pigeons (They fluff their feathers on the seasoned beams...)

    series III Box 19 Item 61

    Columbia (Knights of Columbus, New Haven, Connecticut) Volume 22, Number 15; July, 1943, July 1943 24 lines on p.17.

    Bullfrog Chorus (If loudest, most persistent noise...)

    series III Box 19 Item 62

    Columbia. Volume 24, Number 11; June, 1945, June 1945 20 lines on p.1.

    Strong Men (The rain had driven in the men...)

    series III Box 18 Item 63

    Congressional Record. Volume 111, Number 132; July 21, 1965, July 21, 1965 40 lines on p.16997. 24 lines on p.16997. 8 lines on p.16997.

    To A Robin In Late Summer (The leaves are heavy laden with the sun;...) Range Cattle (Against the horizon I have seen their heads...) Song (Through the cave man carved in stone...) [Tribute to Glenn Ward Dresbach by Congressman James W. Trimble]

    series III Box 18 Item 64

    Contemporary Poetry (Baltimore, Maryland) Volume 2, Number 1; Spring, 1942, Spring 1942 12 lines on p.12.

    Song (No drowsy wind or soothing rain...) [Brief mention of Glenn Ward Dresbach as contributor on p.21]

    series III Box 18 Item 65

    Contemporary Poetry. Volume 2, Number 4; Winter, 1943, Winter 1943 14 lines on p.11.

    Mexican Street Scene (The three hens dusting by a sun-splashed door...) [Brief mention of Glenn Ward Dresbach as contributor on p.21]

    series III Box 18 Item 66

    Courier (Friends of The Library, University of Chicago, Illinois) Number 10; May, 1938, May 1938 3 paragraphs on p. [13] [prose]

    [Tribute to Harriet Monroe] (Harriet Monroe has left you an imperishable treasure...)

    series III Box 18 Item 67

    Driftwind (Winchendon, Massachusetts) Volume 23, Number 4; October, 1948, October 1948 16 lines on p.117.

    Honey In The Wall (Since no one claims the old house any more,...) [Brief note about poem on p.121]

    series III Box 19 Item 68

    Everywoman's Magazine (New York, New York) Volume 4, Number 7; July, 1943, July 1943 16 lines on p.31.

    Hollyhocks (Where the covered wagons went...)

    series III Box 18 Item 69

    Everywoman's Magazine. Volume 5, Number 7; July, 1944, July 1944 14 lines on p.3.

    The Dragons (You are so young we cannot tell you yet...) [ Portrait and mention of Glenn Ward Dresbach on p.1]

    series III Box 17 Item 70

    Everywoman's Magazine. Volume 6, Number 3; March, 1945, March 1945 14 lines on p.2.

    The Broken Lock (He seemed content enough each yearuntil...)

    series III Box 17 Item 71

    Everywoman's Magazine. Volume 7, Number 4; April, 1946, April 1946 16 lines on p.3.

    So Brief The Time (So brief a time the wings may glint...)

    series III Box 19 Item 72

    Extension; the National Catholic Monthly (Chicago, Illinois) Volume 37, Number 8; January, 1943, January 1943 14 lines on p.6.

    The Map (Above the map a reaching hand was spread,...)

    series III Box 19 Item 73

    Extension. Volume 40, Number 7; December, 1945, December 1945 12 lines on p.4.

    Meteor (Shaped through ages, it flamed...)

    series III Box 19 Item 74

    Extension. Volume 40, Number 8; January, 1946, January 1946 24 lines on p.36.

    First Loneliness (The visitors, in the easy chairs,...)

    series III Box 18 Item 75

    Good Housekeeping (New York, New York) Volume 117, Number 2; August, 1943, August 1943 14 lines on p.46.

    Apples Over A Fence (Small boys, through summer days about resigned...)

    series III Box 18 Item 76

    Good Housekeeping. Volume 119, Number 6; December, 1944, December 1944 17 lines on p.44.

    Nameplate For Our House (Bronze is too cold and too exact...)

    series III Box 19 Item 77

    Holland's; the Magazine of the South (Dallas, Texas) Volume 61, Number 5; May, 1942, May 1942 14 lines on p.23

    SpringAnd War (Earth quickens even at the mangled edge...)

    series III Box 19 Item 78

    Holland's. Volume 61, Number 7; July, 1942, July 1942 37 lines on p.4. Illustration. [page mutilated]

    What We Defend (Ask all men what we defend, and each may make...)

    series III Box 19 Item 79

    Holland's. Volume 61, Number 9; September, 1942, September 1942 14 lines on p.13.

    Danger (The prophet's warning and the sage's word...)

    series III Box 19 Item 80

    Holland's. Volume 61, Number 10; October, 1942, October 1942 20 lines on p.17.

    Tramp Steamer (She once wore red paint patches...)

    series III Box 19 Item 81

    Holland's. Volume 61, Number 11; November, 1942, November 1942 20 lines on p.19.

    The Signboards (Some people who complained...)

    series III Box 19 Item 82

    Holland's. Volume 62, Number 1; January, 1943, January 1943 14 lines on p.16.

    Courage (It finds its many forms in natural things...)

    series III Box 19 Item 83

    Holland's. Volume 62, Number 2; February, 1943, February 1943 14 lines on p.23.

    Song For This Spring (There is likely to be a shortage of string...)

    series III Box 19 Item 84

    Holland's. Volume 62, Number 8; August, 1942, August 1942 9 lines on p.34.

    The Debt (This is a time when sacrifice...)

    series III Box 19 Item 85

    Holland's. Volume 63, Number 2; February, 1944, February 1944 16 lines on p.18.

    Caution (New foes are skulking in the dark...)

    series III Box 19 Item 86

    Holland's. Volume 65, Number 6; June, 1946, June 1946 14 lines on p.44.

    Old Bridges (When we return to some old bridge we crossed...)

    series III Box 17 Item 87

    Home Life; A Christian Family Magazine (Southern Baptist Convention, Nashville, Tennessee) Volume 6, Number 8; August, 1952, August 1952 16 lines on p.22. Illustration.

    The Foundation (Here, where the weathered house had been, he found...)

    series III Box 19 Item 88

    Horizons; America's Musepaper (Western Poetry League, Pasadena, California) Volume 3, Number 4; Winter 1937-1938, 1937-1938 12 lines on p.[1]

    Shadowy Hand (The only motion in the sky...)

    series III Box 19 Item 89

    Household Magazine (Topeka, Kansas) Volume 43, Number 4; April, 1943, April 1943 18 lines on p.19.

    Herb Garden (Now that necessity has made...)

    series III Box 19 Item 90

    Household Magazine. Volume 43, Number 10; October, 1943, October 1943 12 lines on p.23.

    Girls' Choir (Warm light from the windows...)

    series III Box 19 Item 91

    Household Magazine. Volume 44, Number 5; May, 1944, May 1944 16 lines on p.[18]

    Chain Of Flowers (The bright-eyed flowers bound them...)

    series III Box 19 Item 92

    Household Magazine. Volume 44, Number 10; October, 1944, October 1944 16 lines on p.13.

    Cold Spell (The cold spell had come early. ...)

    series III Box 19 Item 93

    Household Magazine. Volume 45, Number 8; August, 1945, August 1945 14 lines on p.15.

    Huckleberries (Here are the elfin forests, under trees...)

    series III Box 15 Item 94

    Ideals (Milwaukee, Wisconsin) Volume 7, Number 5; October, 1950, October 1950 14 lines on p.[29] illustration.

    Wagons (An empty wagon makes the loudest sound-...)

    series III Box 18 Item 95

    Ideals. Volume 18, Number 3; September, 1961, September 1961 24 lines on p.[41]

    Keep A Place For Flowers (Wild ducks are flying north...) [From...Star-Dust and Stone]

    series III Box 19 Item 96

    Ideals. Volume 23, Number 4; July, 1966, July 1966 14 lines on p.[75] illustration.

    Ships That Never Sail (At work on inland farms he must have dreamed...)

    series III Box 18 Item 97

    Ideals. Volume 25, Number 6; November, 1968, November 1968 22 lines on p.[18] illustration

    My Christmas Tree (My Christmas tree is on a height...)

    series III Box 19 Item 98

    Ladies' Home Journal (Philadelphia, Pennsylvania) Volume 60, Number 5; May 1943, May 1943 14 lines on p.71.

    What Is In Water (Forever people have been staring down...)

    series III Box 19 Item 99

    Ladies' Home Journal. Volume 61, Number 1; January, 1944, January 1944 14 lines on p.70.

    The Haven (All day his courage faced the growing odds;...)

    series III Box 19 Item 100

    Lanark Gazette (Lanark, Illinois) 76th year; Wednesday, February 22, 1939, February 22, 1939 32 lines on p.[1] photograph

    Salute To The Pioneers (Carroll County, 1839-1939) (Here were the trails of their desires!...)

    series III Box 19 Item 101

    Lanark Gazette 76 th; Wednesday, September 6, 1939, September 6, 1939 Approximately 40 inches on pp. 1 and 3. [prose]; 18 lines on p.3.; 14 lines on p.3.; 32 lines on p.3.

    Old Settlers Day Address Including the following poems: My Fathers Tilled The Soil (My fathers tilled the soil...); Wagons (An empty wagon makes the loudest sound--...); Salute To The Pioneers (Here were the trails of their desires!...)

    series III Box 19 Item 102

    Laurel Leaves; Quarterly Organ United Poets Laureate International (Quezon City, Philippines) Volume Number 1; December 30, 1963, December 30, 1963 21 lines on p.4.

    The Last Corn Shock (I remember how we stood...)

    series III Box 19 Item 103

    Laurel Leaves, circa 1964 16 lines on p.5. Photograph.

    Wings Of Dusk (Drift softly, wings of dusk,...) [Notice of 1964 award to Glenn Ward Dresbach as Poet Laureate of Education, on page 3]

    series III Box 18 Item 104

    Literary Digest (New York, New York) Volume 111, Number 3; October 24, 1931, October 24, 1931 24 lines on p.21.

    Last Lark Of Summer (Rise like a golden spark...)

    series III Box 18 Item 105

    Literary Digest. Volume 111, Number 5; October 31, 1931, October 31, 1931 30 lines on p.28.

    To A Quail Calling In The Dark (The shadow of a reaper passes here...)

    series III Box 18 Item 106

    Living Poetry Quarterly (La Porte, Indiana) Volume Number 1; Autumn, 1943, Autumn, 1943 14 lines on p.5.; 14 lines on p.12.; 12 lines on p.27.

    Jewelled Idols (From hovels, in each stench of narrow street...); Against Order (Fields turn against the order and routine...); Shadow On Leaves (Warning of autumn, shadows stirred...) [Brief mention of Glenn Ward Dresbach on page 28]

    series III Box 18 Item 107

    Living Poetry Quarterly. Volume Number 2; Winter, 1943, Winter, 1943 20 lines on p.10.; 14 lines on p.21.

    The New Field (In that far corner of his land,...); The Roots Of Pain (These roots are not like cedar roots flung wide...) [Brief mention of Glenn Ward Dresbach on page 26] [Glenn Ward Dresbach's ms note on page My poem, The New Field, won the quarterly prize a book of poems by Chubb. 1/27/44]

    series III Box 18 Item 108

    Living Poetry Quarterly. Volume Number 4; Summer, 1944, Summer, 1944 24 lines on pp.16-17.

    Places I Will Take You (I know a spring these tragic years...)

    series III Box 18 Item 109

    Living Poetry Quarterly. Volume 2, Number 4; Summer, 1945, Summer, 1945 12 lines on p.16.

    Village Bus Depot (The world comes to a few...) [Brief mention of Glenn Ward Dresbach on page 25]

    series III Box 18 Item 110

    Living Poetry Quarterly. Volume 3, Number 2; Winter, 1946, Winter, 1946 14 lines on p.16.

    Ghost Towns (Wind and the shifting sand along the street,...)

    series III Box 19 Item 111

    Milledgeville Free Press (Milledgeville, Illinois) Volume 54, Number 35; Wednesday, February 22, 1939, February 22, 1939 32 lines on p.[1]

    Salute To The Pioneers (Carroll County, 1839-1939) (Here were the trails of their desires!) [Photograph of Glenn Ward Dresbach, with mention of his address Frontiers under heading Native Son To Speak on page 1]

    series III Box 18 Item 112

    National Historical Magazine (National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution, Washington, D.C.) Volume 76, Number 7; July, 1942, July 1942 20 lines on p.591.

    Song (Now more than ever we need...)

    series III Box 19 Item 113

    National Spiritualist (National Spiritualist Association, Chicago, Illinois) Volume 27, Number 234; December, 1945, December 1945 22 lines on p.[1]

    My Christmas Tree (My Christmas tree is on a height...)

    series III Box 19 Item 114

    New England Homestead (Springfield, Massachusetts) Volume 116, Number 8; April 17, 1943, April 17, 1943 16 lines on p.29.

    Ship's Lantern (I saw it hanging on his porch one day--...)

    series III Box 19 Item 115

    New England Homestead. Volume 118, Number 10; May 26, 1945, May 26, 1945 14 lines on p.21.

    The Lantern (Unlighted for so long, the lantern hung...) [ms addition of one word, line 4]

    series III Box 19 Item 116

    New England Homestead. Volume 118, Number 12; June 23, 1945, June 23, 1945 16 lines on p.18. Illustration

    Percherons (They were the best draft horses of the days...)

    series III Box 19 Item 117

    New Masses (New York, New York) Volume 48, Number 4; July 27, 1943, July 27, 1943 35 lines on p.24.

    Flamingo (Flamingo is a dancer and many a gringo,...)

    series III Box 18 Item 118

    New Mexico Quarterly Review (Albuquerque, New Mexico) Volume 13, Number 2; Summer, 1943, Summer, 1943 21 lines on p.207.

    Tramp And Scarecrow (One of them had no place to go...)

    series III Box 18 Item 119

    Personal Romances (Mount Morris, Illinois) Volume 9, Number 5; March, 1943, March 1943 18 lines on p.33.

    Now (Now is a time when love must crowd...)

    series III Box 18 Item 120

    Pioneer For Boys (Presbyterian Church in the United States of America, Crawfordsville, Indiana) Volume 29, Number 17; April 24, 1943, April 24, 1943 24 lines on p.4. Illustration

    The Wild Goose (That spring the heavy rains had filled...)

    series III Box 19 Item 121

    Pioneer For Boys. Volume 30, Number 4; January 22, 1944, January 22, 1944 24 lines on p.8. Illustration

    The Intruder (Just a little stray dog that happened by...)

    series III Box 18 Item 122

    Poetry; A Magazine of Verse (Chicago, Illinois) Volume 31, Number 4; January 1928, January 1928 24 lines on 1p. p. 186; 16 lines on p.187; 24 lines on pp.187-188; 20 lines on pp.188-189; 12 lines on p.189.

    Birds In The Wind (Under wide driven wings of cloud, and under...); Snowbird (Your fluffed white feathers I had lost...); Mountain Water (Mountain water is never still...); The Gnawing Mouse (It was not only stormy wind...); Song (These I have asked not, but these I have:...) [Issue given to Glenn Ward Dresbach Beverley Githens Dresbach by Rosa Zagnoni Marinoni, with her marginalia on cover and on many pages]

    series III Box 18 Item 123

    Poetry; A Magazine of Verse. Volume 55, Number 6; March, 1940, March 1940 21 lines on p.310; 20 lines on p.311; 18 lines on pp.311-312.

    The Field (I stand again in the field...); Slow Defeat (He found the field, when first he came,...); No Fire Left (Where once he saw the amber eyes...) [Mention of Glenn Ward Dresbach as contributor on p.347]

    series III Box 18 Item 124

    Poetry; A Magazine of Verse. Volume 59, Number 4; January, 1942, January 1942 21 lines on p.198; 18 lines on p.199.

    The Last Corn Shock (I remember how we stood...); Stone Wall (Stone wall, in the year of the longest drouth...) [Mention of Glenn Ward Dresbach as contributor on page 233]

    series III Box 18 Item 125

    Poetry Chap-Book (New York, New York) Volume Number 2; December, 1942-January, 1943, December 1942-January 1943 18 lines on p.54.

    Colt In The Wire (He had raced the clouds, and tossed...) [Mention of Glenn Ward Dresbach as contributor on page 62]

    series III Box 18 Item 126

    Poetry Chap-Book. Volume Number 4; Summer, 1943, Summer, 1943 24 lines on pp.116-117

    Requiem (Not for the dead who fell that dreams may stand...) [Brief mention of Glenn Ward Dresbach as contributor]

    series III Box 18 Item 127

    Poetry Chap-Book. Volume 2, Number 3; Spring, 1944, Spring, 1944 14 lines on p.72

    Mail Box (Someone had left the mail box by the road...)

    series III Box 18 Item 128

    Poetry World (New York, New York) Volume 2, number 7; February, 1931, February 1931 20 lines on p.[3]; 14 lines on p.[11]

    The Island (Death under the sea...); Thunder In The Jungle (A rumble in the dark throat of the hills...)

    series III Box 18 Item 129

    Poetry World and Contemporary Vision Volume 3, Number 9; April, 1932, April 1932 28 lines on p.[11?]

    The White Heron (From the mysterious depths...)

    series III Box 18 Item 130

    Poet's Forum (Howe, Oklahoma) Volume Number 5; May, 1930, May 1930 14 lines on p.120

    Early Morning In Spring (Mist clung between the hills as if to hide...)

    series III Box 18 Item 131

    Radio Mirror (New York, New York) Volume 26, Number 3; August, 1946, August 1946 16 lines on p.29.

    Girl And Orchard (Her blue dress blows by the wall, and far-off hazes...)

    series III Box 18 Item 132

    Rayburn's Ozark Guide (Lonsdale, Arkansas) Volume 3, Number 2; Autumn, 1945, Autumn, 1945 14 lines on p.119

    Sassafras Tea (From root, through wood, to bloom, the sassafras...) [Mention of Glenn Ward Dresbach on p.175]

    series III Box 18 Item 133

    Rayburn's Ozark Guide. Volume 3, Number 3; Winter, 1946, Winter, 1946 17 lines on p.233

    Covered Bridge (Gone now are scars of flood and pounding storm...) [Mention of Glenn Ward Dresbach on page 204, with photo of Bon Repos on page 232]

    series III Box 16 Item 134

    Saint Anthony's Messenger (Franciscan Fathers of Saint John Baptist Province, Mount Morris, Illinois) Volume 49, Number 12; May, 1942, May 1942 14 lines on p.8.

    Grapevine Swing (This was not like a swing, upon a limb,...)

    series III Box 16 Item 135

    Saint Anthony Messenger. Volume 50, Number 1; June, 1942, June 1942 14 lines on p.14.

    The Wild Roses (Beside the road, the town dump desecrates...)

    series III Box 16 Item 136

    Saint Anthony Messenger. Volume 50, Number 4; September, 1942, September 1942 18 lines on p.22.

    Earth's Nearness (No arguments can yet refute...)

    series III Box 16 Item 137

    Saint Anthony Messenger. Volume 50, Number 9; February, 1943, February 1943 13 lines on p.26. Illustration

    Crocus (Still many a dream must wait...)

    series III Box 16 Item 138

    Saint Anthony Messenger. Volume 50, number 10; March, 1943, March 1943 12 lines on p.12.

    The Redbuds (This is the first spring I have seen...)

    series III Box 19 Item 139

    Saint Anthony Messenger. Volume 51, Number 4; September, 1943, September 1943 16 lines on p.38

    Answer In Gold (Are these the fields where the hail...)

    series III Box 16 Item 140

    Saint Anthony Messenger. Volume 51, Number 5; October, 1943, October 1943 14 lines on p.4; 21 lines on p.8

    Voice Through The Thunder (The storm had come up suddenlya hush...); To A Late Robin (Robin, you have stayed too long...)

    series III Box 16 Item 141

    Saint Anthony Messenger. Volume 51, Number 7; December, 1943, December 1943 18 lines on p.52

    Traveling At Home (Now that we cannot travel far...)

    series III Box 16 Item 142

    Saint Anthony Messenger. Volume 51, Number 8; January, 1944, January 1944 26 lines on p.30

    Grandma (Her eyes were bright and quick was her pace. ...)

    series III Box 16 Item 143

    Saint Anthony Messenger. Volume 52, Number 2; July, 1944, July 1944 14 lines on p.17

    An Old Gate (The old gate sags now and it will complain...)

    series III Box 16 Item 144

    Saint Anthony Messenger. Volume 52, Number 10; March, 1945, March 1945 30 lines on p.4

    Brief Inventory (No doubt as we grow older, many things...) [ms. inscription below poem Bon Repos 3/7/45 With all my love To BeverleyYour Glenn]

    series III Box 16 Item 145

    Saint Anthony Messenger. Volume 52, Number 12; May, 1945, May 1945 14 lines on p.18

    Beauty Defends (Beauty defends itself against all comers: )

    series III Box 16 Item 146

    Saint Anthony Messenger. Volume 53, Number 1; June, 1945, June 1945 12 lines on p.22.

    Damask Roses (Where the covered wagons went...)

    series III Box 16 Item 147

    Saint Anthony Messenger. Volume 53, Number 4; September, 1945, September 1945 24 lines on p.10.

    Persimmons(Blushing less than the peach...)

    series III Box 16 Item 148

    Saint Anthony Messenger. Volume 53, Number 8; January, 1946, January 1946 12 lines on p.8.

    Winter Signs (Under the tents of cedar trees...)

    series III Box 19 Item 149

    Saturday Evening Post (Philadelphia, Pennsylvania) Volume 216, Number 15; October 9, 1943, October 9, 1943 20 lines on p.91.

    Left-Over Wood (Ask one who knows and he will say...)

    series III Box 16 Item 150

    Sentinel of the Blessed Sacrament (People's Eucharistic League, New York, New York) Volumer 47, Number 7; July, 1944, July 1944 14 lines on p.377.

    A Little World (Who fashions in his mind the only world...)

    series III Box 16 Item 151

    Sonnet Sequences; The National Capital Lyric Magazine (Landover, Maryland) Volume 16, Number 11; April 1944, April 1944 14 lines on p[1]

    Swamp Water (This dark, slow water covers earth denied...)

    series III Box 16 Item 152

    Sonnet Sequences. Volume 17, Number 7; December 1944, December 1944 14 lines on p[2]

    Caribbean Coast (Palm-fringed and languorous with sunlight spread,...)

    series III Box 15 Item 153

    South and West; A National Literary Quarterly (For Smith, Arkansas) Volume 1, Number 1; Summer, 1962, Summer, 1962 [Prose definition in three paragraphs] on cover.

    Poetry is the expression of the individual...)

    series III Box 16 Item 154

    South and West. Volume Number 2; Autumn, 1962, Autumn, 1962 12 lines on p.4.

    A Vagabond At The Gates (What is this strife and worry all about,...)

    series III Box 16 Item 155

    South and West. Volume 5, Number 4; Spring, 1967, Spring, 1967 12 lines on p.2.

    A Vagabond At The Gates (What is this strife and worry all about,...) [Issue dedicated to Glenn Ward Dresbach, with tributes in poetry and prose on pages 2-6 inclusive]

    series III Box 16 Item 156

    Southern Literary Messenger. (Richmond, Virginia) Volume 5, Number 1; March, 1943, March 1943 20 lines on p.19.

    The Lights (There was a house I chanced to know...) [Mention of Glenn Ward Dresbach as contributor on page 68]

    series III Box 16 Item 157

    Southern Literary Messenger. Volume 5, Number 3; July-August, 1943, July-August 1943 14 lines on p.285.

    Communication (The swallow's flight cannot communicate...)

    series III Box 16 Item 158

    Southern Literary Messenger. Volume 6, Number 1; January-February, 1944, January-February 1944 14 lines on p.76; 18 lines on p.76.

    The Quail (He said a quail nest that he happened on...); The Fountain (At first I thought it was the sound...)

    series III Box 16 Item 159

    Step Ladder; A Monthly Journal of Bookly Ascent (Order of Bookfellows, Chicago, Illinois) Volume 24, Number 3; March, 1938, March 1938 28 lines on p.50.

    Back To The Sea (Winner of the Beulah May Sea Poem Contest) (If I were young again I would go back to the sea...) [Poem preceded by paragraph concerning prize and its award to Glenn Ward Dresbach] [Glenn Ward Dresbach's ms notation on cover]

    series III Box 16 Item 160

    Step Ladder. Volume 27, Number 4; April, 1940, April 1940 45 lines on pp.74-75.

    Son Of The Middle Border (In Memory of Hamlin Garland) (He stood with morning in the prairie grass...)

    series III Box 16 Item 161

    Strophes (National Federation of State Poetry Societies, Fayetteville, Arkansas) Volume 4, Number 3; Fall, 1968, Fall, 1968 14 lines on p[4]

    To Tried Steel (From this spark-showered, grinding stone of days...) [Obituary notice and tribute, by Florence Rupert Wray, pages 3-4]

    series III Box 15 Item 162

    Swordsman Review (Los Angeles, California) Volume 2, Number 2; October, November, December, 1966, October-December 1966 14 lines on p.30.

    Moonlight Sonata (O doubt no longer that the soul survives...)

    series III Box 16 Item 163

    Talaria; A Quarterly of Poetry (Cincinnati, Ohio) Volume 7, Number 4; Winter, 1942, Winter, 1942 14 lines on p[16]

    Foxes (If you have watched the little foxes roll...)

    series III Box 16 Item 164

    Talaria. Volume 8, Number 2; Summer, 1943, Summer, 1943 14 lines on p.10.

    Water-Wheel (The stream diminished and the mill-race filled...)

    series III Box 16 Item 165

    Talaria. Volume 10, Number 2; Summer, 1945, Summer, 1945 16 lines on p.16.

    Range Calves (They rise on wobbly legs and lean...)

    series III Box 16 Item 166

    Talaria. Volume 11, Number 1; Spring, 1946, Spring, 1946 20 lines on p.3.

    Flood Control (The brook had troubled him...) [Very brief mention of Glenn Ward Dresbach on page 2]

    series III Box 16 Item 167

    Treasure Trails; the magazine of the children's hour (Chicago, Illinois) Volume Number 5' November, 1954, November 1954 20 lines on p.168. Illustration

    Cock Pheasant (The marching banners of the corn...)

    series III Box 16 Item 168

    Treasure Trails. Volume 2, Number 4; April, 1955, April 1955 14 lines on p.125.

    Magic Lariat (We went to a circus in the town...)

    series III Box 16 Item 169

    Upward; A Quarterly Magazine of Worth-While Verse (Prairie City, Illinois) Volume Number 2; Autumn, 1938, Autumn, 1938 14 lines on p.1; 12 lines on p.2.

    Retrospect (Stand here with me upon this twilight hill...); Leaves Against The Moon (About us in the night we hear...) [Brief mention of Glenn Ward Dresbach inside back cover]

    series III Box 16 Item 170

    Vincentian (Vincentian Fathers, Western Province, Mount Morris, Illinois) Volume 24, Number 1; January, 1946, January 1946 28 lines on p.20.

    The Buffalo Robe (Fences and roads didn't mean thing...)

    series III Box 16 Item 171

    Virginia Quarterly Review (Charlottesville, Virginia) Volume 20, Number 3; Summer, 1944, Summer, 1944 27 lines on p[378]

    A Lonely Field (A lonely field soon gets in trouble. ...) [Brief mention of Glenn Ward Dresbach on page liv]

    series III Box 16 Item 172

    Voices International (Fort Smith, Arkansas) Volume Number 1; Spring, 1966, Spring, 1966 12 lines on p[4] photograph

    A Vagabond At The Gates (What is this strife and worry all about,...) [Issue dedicated to Glenn Ward Dresbach]

    series III Box 16 Item 173

    Wierd Tales (New York, New York) Volume 38, Number 1; September, 1944, September 1944 24 lines on p.75 illustration p.75.

    Rats (We had moved into a stanch old house. ...)

    series III Box 16 Item 174

    Wierd Tales. Volume 38, Number 3; January, 1945, January 1945 19 lines on p.65. Illustration

    The Castle (If you ever intend to buy...)

    series III Box 16 Item 175

    Wildfire (Dallas, Texas) September, October, November, 1943, September-November 1943 14 lines on p.[4]

    Pollen (A potent dust drifts out on wings, unseen...) [Glenn Ward Drsbach's ms notation Lines garbled and lines in second stanza numbered to indicate correct order] [Glenn Ward Dresbach's marginalia on many pages and on cover]

    series III Box 15 Item 176

    Yale Review (New Haven, Connecticut) Volume 28, Number 1; Autumn, 1938, Autumn, 1938 16 lines on p[144]

    Honey In The Wall (Since no one claims the old house any more,...) [Very brief mention of Glenn Ward Dresbach as contributor on p. xvi]

    series III Box 15 Item 177

    Yale Review. Volume 31, Number 4; June, 1942, June 1942 26 lines on p[730]

    A Hard Place (It was a hard place to keep in order. ...)

    series III Box 15 Item 178

    Yale Review. Volume 33, Number 4; Summer, 1944, Summer, 1944 20 lines on p[682]

    The Tree Remembered (The stone mounts, ledge by ledge,...)

    series III Box 15 Item 179

    Yankee (Dublin, New Hampshire) Volume 8, Number 1; January, 1942, January 1942 14 lines on p.33.

    The Jug (He intimated he was not one...)

    series III Box 15 Item 180

    Yankee. Volume 8, Number 9; September, 1942, September 1942 14 lines on p.43.

    Horse Mint (You catch a tantalizing scent that blows...)

    series III Box 15 Item 181

    Yankee. Volume 8, Number 11; November, 1942, November 1942 20 lines on p.20.

    Old Sportsmen (They still will boast this year...)

    series III Box 15 Item 182

    Yankee. Volume 10, Number 3; March, 1946, March 1946 24 lines on p.5.

    A Peddler Beats His Horse (The horse was sway-backed and old,...)

    series III Box 15 Item 183

    Young Catholic Messenger (Dayton, Ohio) Volume 61, Number 22; February 23, 1945, February 23, 1945 10 lines on p.10.

    Tracks In The Snow (These tiny bird tracks in the snow...) [Original title: Chickadee Tracks]

    series 4: Clippings of poems and/or prose published in periodicals, arranged in alphabetically by title,

    circa 1910-1963

    Arranged alphabetically by title of piece.

    series IV Box 4 Folder 1 Item 1

    Abandoned Farm In Spring (The barn roof, sagged from vanished snows,...), undated 30 lines on 1p.

    [Step Ladder (Chicago)] p.103.

    series IV Box 4 Folder 1 Item 2

    Abandoned Lane (Who thinks he found a better way ...), undated 16 lines on 1p. Illustration

    Trails (Esperance, New York) p.[2?]

    series IV Box 4 Folder 1 Item 3

    Abandoned Road (Two deep-worn ruts are all that show ), undated 30 lines on 1p.

    [Step Ladder] p.223.

    series IV Box 4 Folder 1 Item 4

    The Adventurer (Sharp-beaked and lean, with eyes that seemed to burn...), December 1939 14 lines on 1p.

    Scribners-Commentator p? With AN.

    series IV Box 4 Folder 1 Item 5

    Afraid Of The Stairs (The child was afraid of the stairs...), January 28, 1939 15 lines on 1p.

    Ave Maria (Notre Dame, Indiana) p.124. With AN.

    series IV Box 4 Folder 1 Item 6

    The Almanac (It always hung upon the kitchen wall-...), circa 1938 14 lines on 1p.

    [McCall's?] p.18.

    series IV Box 4 Folder 1 Item 7

    Another Way (For many years the pasture spring could build...), February 19, 1937 14 lines on 1p.

    Christian Science Monitor, Home Forum. p.7.

    series IV Box 4 Folder 1 Item 8

    The Any Nest (The intricate tunnels cave in beneath the heels...), September 1940 20 lines on 1p.

    Church School Magazine (Nashville, Tennessee) p.?

    series IV Box 4 Folder 1 Item 9

    Antelopes (Once, their great herds flashed away with the wind,...), January 1940 24 lines on 1p.

    [Scribner's-Commentator] [Volume 7] p.238

    series IV Box 4 Folder 1 Item 10

    Archery Class (The placid order of the lawn...), January 19, 1940 16 lines on 1p.

    Commonweal. [Volume 31, Number 13] p.283.

    series IV Box 4 Folder 1 Item 11

    The Argument (In the woods, there was not a sound...), December 7, 1940 18 lines on 1p.

    Epworth Herald (Chicago) p.725.

    series IV Box 4 Folder 1 Item 12

    Autumn (This is the very autumn of my dreams--...), October 5, 1938 14 lines on 1p.

    Christian Science Monitor, Home Forum. p.9.

    series IV Box 4 Folder 1 Item 13

    Autumn Garden (She tucks her flowers in their beds--...), undated 20 lines on 1p.

    Household Magazine (Topeka, Kansas) p.? With AN.

    series IV Box 4 Folder 1 Item 14

    Autumn Rafters (Now rafters in the attic and the shed...), October 1940 14 lines on 1p.

    Ladies' Home Journal [Volume 57] p.49.

    series IV Box 4 Folder 1 Item 15

    Autumn Rain (At first, I could not tell...), October 30, 1936 24 lines on 1p.

    Commonweal [volume 25, number 1] p.15.

    series IV Box 4 Folder 1 Item 16

    Autumn Song (A little wind will loosen now...), November 15, 1932 12 lines on 1p.

    Pasadena (California) Star News. p.?

    series IV Box 4 Folder 1 Item 17

    Autumn Tavern (Above the blue door is a scroll...), undated 34 lines on 1p.

    Step Ladder p.184. With AN.

    series IV Box 4 Folder 1 Item 18

    Autumn Tavern (Above the blue door is a scroll...), undated 34 lines on 1p.

    Benton County (Arkansas) Democrat. p.?

    series IV Box 4 Folder 1 Item 19

    Autumnal Equinox (Now all the wild-eyed stallions of the wind...), October 1933 14 lines on 1p.

    Gypsy (Cincinnati, Ohio) volume 9, number 3; p.1. Attaching cover

    series IV Box 4 Folder 1 Item 20

    Autumnal Equinox (Now all the wild-eyed stallions of the wind...), undated 14 lines on 1p.

    Pasadena (California) Star News. p.?

    series IV Box 4 Folder 1 Item 21

    Back To The Sea (Winner of Beulah May Sea Poem Contest) (If I were young again I would go back to the sea...), March 1938 28 lines on 2p.

    Step Ladder pp.50-51. Attaching cover

    series IV Box 4 Folder 1 Item 22

    Banking The Wall (He banks the stone wall of his house with leaves,...), June 11, 1938 14 lines on 1p.

    Ave Maria. p.750.

    series IV Box 4 Folder 1 Item 23

    The Banner (They had to move again; the owner said...), undated 14 lines on 1p. Illustration

    [unidentified] p.?

    series IV Box 4 Folder 1 Item 24

    Barge Canal (More depth than this is needed for the hulls...), May 11, 1940 14 lines on 1p.

    [Christian Science Monitor, Weekly Magazine Section. p.15]

    series IV Box 4 Folder 1 Item 25

    Bat Chimney (Smoke climbs no longer here above the trees...), November 1940 14 lines on 1p.

    American Mercury. [volume 51, number 203] p.328. Attaching pp.126, 251, 252 from various issues of American Mercury with brief mention on each of Glenn Ward Dresbach as contributor.

    series IV Box 4 Folder 1 Item 26

    Bill Of Sale (This place we bought the house and grounds...), April 5, 1938 14 lines on 1p.

    New York Sun. p.?

    series IV Box 4 Folder 1 Item 27

    Birds In The Wind (Under wide driven wings of cloud, and under...), November 24, 1928 24 lines on 1p.

    Boston (Massachusetts) Evening Transcript, Book Section. p.? [Glenn Ward Dresbach's portrait and critical analysis of poetry on first page under Through The Year 1928 With The Poets, by William Stanley Braithwaite] [damaged]

    series IV Box 4 Folder 1 Item 28

    [another copy, damaged, with portrait and critical comment cut out and pasted on page with poem], undated

    series IV Box 4 Folder 1 Item 29

    Bittersweet In A Flower Shop (The bittersweet was not to sell...), December 15, 1938 12 lines on 1p.

    Christian Science Monitor. p.? With AN.

    series IV Box 4 Folder 1 Item 30

    The Black Colt (He was not like any other colt...), June 15, 1940 18 lines on 1p.

    Christian Science Monitor. p.?

    series IV Box 4 Folder 2 Item 31

    Bloom Of Butterflies (The floods had passed and left the scars,...), undated 14 lines on 1p.

    [unidentified] p.7

    series IV Box 4 Folder 2 Item 32

    Blue Lagoon (O sailing ship with the prow like the neck of a swan,...), circa 1929 32 lines on 1p. Illustration

    [Kansas City Star?] p.?

    series IV Box 4 Folder 2 Item 33

    The Boast (No better farm-hand could be found,...), October 1938 20 lines on 1p.

    [American Mercury. Volume 45, number 178] p.226.

    series IV Box 4 Folder 2 Item 34

    The Bobsled Ride (All night the pounding blizzard shaped...), January 2, 1937 28 lines on 1p.

    Saturday Evening Post [volume 209] p.[42]

    series IV Box 4 Folder 2 Item 35

    The Bouquet (Because three little girls had roamed away...), August 24, 1938 14 lines on 1p.

    [New Brunswick Home News, Plainfield, New Jersey] p.?

    series IV Box 4 Folder 2 Item 36

    Boy In A Coal Car (Out of the smoke-blue field of timothy...), October 1940 25 lines on 1p.

    American Mercury. [volume 51, number 202] p.222.

    series IV Box 4 Folder 2 Item 37

    Boys Tease A Wounded Hawk (This furious parcel of feathers and sinews and bones,...), July 1929 24 lines on 1p.

    Dial (Camden, New Jersey) volume 86, number 7; p.621. Attaching cover.

    series IV Box 4 Folder 2 Item 38

    Breaking The Colt (Flying name and rolling eyes,...), undated 30 lines on 1p.

    American Poetry Magazine (Milwaukee, Wisconsin) p.4.

    series IV Box 4 Folder 2 Item 39

    Brook Under Snow (The far-off, drowsy sound...), December 31, 1932 16 lines on 1p.

    Pasadena (California) Star News. p.?

    series IV Box 4 Folder 2 Item 40

    Burning Leaves (The fishing ships were anchored in the bay,...), undated 40 lines on 1p.

    [unidentified] p.?

    series IV Box 4 Folder 2 Item 41

    Burros (You may have seen them, by adobe walls,.., June 8, 1940 14 lines on 1p.

    Saturday Evening post [volume 212] p.68.

    series IV Box 4 Folder 2 Item 42

    The Butterfly (The old man sat in the sun,...), July 1939 18 lines on 1p.

    Spirit (New York). p.72. With AN.

    series IV Box 4 Folder 2 Item 43

    The Byroad (It is not used much, any more-...), May 1939 20 lines on 1p.

    Spirit. p.37.

    series IV Box 4 Folder 2 Item 44

    Cactus Bloom (This gray land has rebelled at last...), November 1921 20 lines on 1p.

    All's Well (Fayetteville, Arkansas) p.2. With AN Charles Finger's Magazine--.

    series IV Box 4 Folder 2 Item 45

    Calves In Pasture (I remember them where I used to pass...), May 20, 1938 18 lines on 1p.

    New York Times p.?

    series IV Box 4 Folder 2 Item 46

    Carrier Pigeon (Up, up, into unlimitable spaces...), August 23, 1940 18 lines on 1p.

    Commonweal [volume 32, number 18] p.365.

    series IV Box 4 Folder 2 Item 47

    Cattle In The Autumn Wood (They leave their beds of matted grass to browse...), October 29, 1938 14 lines on 1p.

    Ave Maria volume 48 (n.s.), number 18; p.558. Attaching cover.

    series IV Box 4 Folder 2 Item 48

    The Cave (Sometimes when the boy was troubled he would go...), May 28, 1938 14 lines on 1p.

    Saturday Evening Post. Volume 210, number 48; p.33. Attaching cover and contents page.

    series IV Box 4 Folder 2 Item 49

    Caverns (On the stone of the first-found caverns,...), March 3, 1940 24 lines on 1p.

    Oregonian Verse [Portland Oregonian] p.? With AN.

    series IV Box 4 Folder 2 Item 50

    Cedar On The Ledge (This was not soft ground where a little tree...), circa 1938 14 lines on 1p.

    Talaria (Cincinnati, Ohio) p.?

    series IV Box 4 Folder 2 Item 51

    Cedar On The Ledge (This was not soft ground where a little tree...), circa 1938 14 lines on 1p.

    [unidentified] p.?

    series IV Box 4 Folder 2 Item 52

    Cedars (Why do I think of cedar trees...), undated 26 lines on 1p.

    [unidentified] p.?

    series IV Box 4 Folder 2 Item 53

    Century Of Progress Hymn(The doubters of an age ago,...), June 1933 32 lines on 2p.

    Poetry: a magazine of verse (Chircago) volume 42; p.138-139. Attaching cover.

    series IV Box 4 Folder 2 Item 54

    Century Of Progress Hymn(The doubters of an age ago,...), 1933 32 lines on 1p.

    Augusta (Georgia) Chronicle p.?

    series IV Box 4 Folder 2 Item 55

    Chain Of Flowers (The bright-eyed flowers bound them...), May 1944 16 lines on 1p.

    [Household Magazine. Volume 44, number 5; p.[18]]

    series IV Box 4 Folder 2 Item 56

    Charity Basket (Two sisters, thin and straight as stalks...), January 21, 1933 26 lines on 1p.

    Literary Digest [volume 115, number 3] p.38.

    series IV Box 4 Folder 2 Item 57

    Charity Basket (Two sisters, thin and straight as stalks...), circa 1933 26 lines on 2p.

    [American Poetry Magazine] pp.21-22.

    series IV Box 4 Folder 2 Item 58

    A Chinese Print (The frail arch of the airy bridge is caught...), December 1939 14 lines on 1p.

    [Step Ladder] p.224.

    series IV Box 4 Folder 2 Item 59

    Chips (The boy had started chopping wood;...), January 1939 24 lines on 1p.

    Saint Nicholas (New York) [volume 66] p.[9] With AN.

    series IV Box 4 Folder 2 Item 60

    The Christmas Tree (Though all the other stars...), December 1939 16 lines on 1p.

    Church School Magazine. p.? With AN.

    series IV Box 4 Folder 2 Item 61

    Cider (So quickly were the blossoms drifted by,...), October 17, 1936 14 lines on 1p.

    Plainfield (New Jersey) Courier-News. p.?

    series IV Box 4 Folder 2 Item 62

    Cider (So quickly were the blossoms drifted by,...), September 25, 1937 14 lines on 1p.

    [New Brunswick Home News (Plainfield, New Jersey)] p.?

    series IV Box 4 Folder 2 Item 63

    The Circle (The caveman, knowing that his heart...), May 28, 1937 12 lines on 1p.

    San Marino (California) Tribune p.? With AN.

    series IV Box 4 Folder 3 Item 64

    Clouds At Sunset (Again great prows are gliding through a sea...), September 1938 14 lines on 1p.

    [Saint Nicholas] [volume 65] p.11.

    series IV Box 4 Folder 3 Item 65

    Colts In Pasture (In springtime I have seen them by the brook,...), undated 16 lines on 1p.

    [Kansas City Star?] p.?

    series IV Box 4 Folder 3 Item 66

    The Clump Of Bushes (It was not like him to let stand...), April 1940 16 lines on 1p. Illustration

    Saint Anthony Messenger (Mount Morris, Illinois) p.24.

    series IV Box 4 Folder 3 Item 67

    Coasting Hill (It stands at the edge of town. ...), February 1937 38 lines on 1p.

    Pictorial Review [volume 38] p.[96] With AN.

    series IV Box 4 Folder 3 Item 68

    Cobwebs (Upon the farm, now many years ago,...), August 16, 1963 14 lines on 1p.

    Kansas City Star. p.[30]

    series IV Box 4 Folder 3 Item 69

    Cockatoos (They swagger with an arrogant disdain...), May 1939 14 lines on 1p.

    American Mercury. [volume 47, number 185] p.[111] With AN.

    series IV Box 4 Folder 3 Item 70

    Cockatoos (They swagger with an arrogant disdain...), May 7, 1939 14 lines on 1p.

    Charlotte (North Carolina) Observer. p.?

    series IV Box 4 Folder 3 Item 71

    The Compass (With planting done, the sailor turned away,...), May 13, 1939 14 lines on 1p.

    Ave Maria. p.604.

    series IV Box 4 Folder 3 Item 72

    Contradictions (Strange we are, for when we capture...), September 14, 1937 12 lines on 1p.

    New York Sun. p.?

    series IV Box 4 Folder 3 Item 73

    The Corn Huskers (They strip the husk from the gold...), November 1938 27 lines on 1p.

    Farmer's Wife Magazine. p.[34]

    series IV Box 4 Folder 3 Item 74

    Country Night Sounds (The frogs' crescendo rises with the moon...), July 11, 1937 14 lines on 1p.

    New York Times p.?

    series IV Box 4 Folder 3 Item 75

    Cowbells (We come upon their far-off mellow sound...), November 22, 1937 14 lines on 1p.

    Christian Science Monitor, Home Forum. p.9. [damaged]

    series IV Box 4 Folder 3 Item 76

    The Cowbird (In the pastures with the grazing herd...), May 1938 24 lines on 1p.

    Saint Nicholas. [volume 65] p.9. Attaching cover.

    series IV Box 4 Folder 3 Item 77

    Crows In Spring (With flirt of tail, and bright malicious eyes,...), circa 1939 14 lines on 1p.

    [Compass (Prairie City, Illinois)?] p.20.

    series IV Box 4 Folder 3 Item 78

    Crows In Spring (With flirt of tail, and bright malicious eyes,...), June 2, 1939 14 lines on 1p.

    [Bethel (Ohio) Journal] p.?

    series IV Box 4 Folder 3 Item 79

    Cyclone Cellar (When the boy outgrew his early stage...), June 1940 26 lines on 1p.

    [Catholic World] [volume 151] p.[275]

    series IV Box 4 Folder 3 Item 80

    Dandelions (This is the gold for which...), September 1939 19 lines on 1p.

    Spirit. p.107. With AN.

    series IV Box 4 Folder 3 Item 81

    Dead Wood (Here, by a cabin sagged on emptiness...), July 11, 1937 14 lines on 1p.

    Augusta (Georgia) Chronicle p.?

    series IV Box 4 Folder 3 Item 82

    Desert (Here, thwarted gods have left their signatures...), October 7, 1933 14 lines on 1p.

    Literary Digest. [volume 116, number 15] p.33.

    series IV Box 4 Folder 3 Item 83

    Deserted Farms (About deserted farms there is a sense...), May 23, 1938 14 lines on 1p.

    [New Brunswick Home News] p.? Included in column: The Sink Hole ( 'It might have been a buffalo wallow',...) 18 lines on 1p.

    series IV Box 4 Folder 3 Item 84

    Deserted Mill (Where men worked, trying hard to please...), November 1939 24 lines on 1p.

    [Step Ladder] p.200. With AN 1st Prize George Sterling Memorial Prize 1939.

    series IV Box 4 Folder 3 Item 85

    Design For The Frost (Upon this window-pane...), circa 1936 12 lines on 1p.

    [Talaria] p.?

    series IV Box 4 Folder 3 Item 86

    Design For The Frost (Upon this window-pane...), December 30, 1936 12 lines on 1p.

    [Augusta (Georgia) Chronicle] p.? With AN.

    series IV Box 4 Folder 3 Item 87

    Design For The Frost (Upon this window-pane...), March 27, 1937 12 lines on 1p.

    Pasadena (California) Star News. p.?

    series IV Box 4 Folder 4 Item 88

    The Detour (It turned aside from the main highway,...), June 1939 18 lines on 1p.

    Saint Nicholas [volume 66] p.[9]

    series IV Box 4 Folder 4 Item 89

    Discarded Map (We found it after he had gone away-...), June 29, 1940 14 lines on 1p.

    Saturday Evening Post [volume 209] p.34.

    series IV Box 4 Folder 4 Item 90

    Discoveries (The place first visioned is not always found...), September 25, 1937 14 lines on 1p.

    Christian Science Monitor, Home Forum. p.7.

    series IV Box 4 Folder 4 Item 91

    Downy Things (First of the downy things to wake and stir...), April 23, 1938 14 lines on 1p.

    Saturday Evening Post. [Volume 210, number 43] p.30. Attaching cover.

    series IV Box 4 Folder 4 Item 92

    The Dropped Stitch (This coverlet passed down from year to year...), August 1938 14 lines on 1p.

    [American Mercury] [Volume 45, Number 176] p.480. Attaching cover with AN.

    series IV Box 4 Folder 4 Item 93

    The Dropped Stitch (This coverlet passed down from year to year...), August 21, 1938 14 lines on 1p.

    [Dallas (Texas) News] p.?

    series IV Box 4 Folder 4 Item 94

    Dry Season (The sun had turned an angry glare...), August 15, 1936 22 lines on 1p.

    Saturday Evening Post. [Volume 209] p. 39

    series IV Box 4 Folder 4 Item 95

    Dump Heap (Among discarded things, the shacks had grown...), circa 1932 14 lines on 1p.

    [Richmond County Times (Augusta, Georgia)?] p.?

    series IV Box 4 Folder 4 Item 96

    Dusty Road (The boy was sent on an errand that day,...), August 1939 30 lines on 1p.

    [Saint Nicholas] [Volume 66] p.[15] With AN.

    series IV Box 4 Folder 4 Item 97

    Early Morning In A Glade (A fawn sleeps n the glade. ...), August 1930 12 lines on 1p.

    Poetry: a magazine of verse. [Volume 36, Number 5] p.239. N.B. First poem under heading Songs Out-Of-Doors, which also includes following 3 poems: The Desert (I am the vastness where the dreamer stands...) 12 lines on 2p. pp.239-240. Wings Into Sunset (Wings unto sunset, wings...) 12 lines on 1p. p.240. Mission Bell (From the dark stem of stone...) 12 lines on 2p. pp.240-241. Attaching cover with AN.

    series IV Box 4 Folder 4 Item 98

    Early Pasture (Only a little while ago...), circa 1940 16 lines on 1p.

    [Christian Science Monitor?] p.?

    series IV Box 4 Folder 4 Item 99

    The Echo (The heights were not unfriendly-simply grim...), 1940 14 lines on 1p.

    [Oregonian Verse (Portland Oregonian)] p.?

    series IV Box 4 Folder 4 Item 100

    The Edge Of Spring (I found it on a little slope...), March 1939 16 lines on 1p.

    [Saint Nicholas] [Volume 66] p.[19] With AN.

    series IV Box 4 Folder 4 Item 101

    Elusive Beauty (You are as faint as ripples on a brook...), circa 1933 14 lines on 1p.

    Better Verse (Saint Paul, Minnesota) p.?

    series IV Box 4 Folder 4 Item 102

    End Of Summer (Old orchard boughs swing upward, free...), November 1933 12 lines on 1p.

    Better Verse volume 2, number 1 p.[1] N.B. Included on clipping: Ledge Flower (Mirages contending with space,...) 6 lines on 1p. p.2.

    series IV Box 4 Folder 4 Item 103

    Experienced Traveler (She was little and gray and in a hurry...), April 27, 1940 24 lines on 1p.

    Saturday Evening Post. [Volume 212] p.74.

    series IV Box 4 Folder 4 Item 104

    Explorers (Through steaming jungle that the mists festoon,...), October 2, 1937 14 lines on 1p.

    Saturday Evening Post. [Volume 210] p.51. Attaching contents, p.2.

    series IV Box 4 Folder 4 Item 105

    The Eyes Light Up (Only the heart may know,...), September 1939 12 lines on 1p. Illustration

    [Saint Anthony Messenger] p.? With AN.

    series IV Box 4 Folder 4 Item 106

    The Eyes Light Up (Only the heart may know,...), March 1940 12 lines on 1p.

    Bethel (Ohio) Journal. p.?

    series IV Box 4 Folder 5 Item 107

    Fall Plowing (Back and forth against the sky...), circa 1940 12 lines on 1p.

    [Oregonian Verse (Portland Oregonian?)] p.?

    series IV Box 4 Folder 5 Item 108

    Family Album (It was bound in plush, with a silver clasp...), July 20, 1938 20 lines on 1p.

    Christian Science Monitor, Home Forum. p.9.

    series IV Box 4 Folder 5 Item 109

    Farm Burial Ground (This place will always be...), December 1940 20 lines on 1p.

    [New York Times] p.? With AN.

    series IV Box 4 Folder 5 Item 110

    Farm Burial Ground (This place will always be...), circa 1941 20 lines on 1p.

    [unidentified] p.?

    series IV Box 4 Folder 5 Item 111

    A Fawn's First Rain (The first slow raindrop sliding down a leaf...), circa 1946 14 lines on 1p.

    [unidentified] p.? With AN.

    series IV Box 4 Folder 5 Item 112

    The Field (I stand again in the field...), circa 1938 21 lines on 1p.

    [unidentified] p.?

    series IV Box 4 Folder 5 Item 113

    A Field Of Red Clover (It is not minethis field of red clover-...), April 1937 14 lines on 1p.

    [Christian Science Monitor] p.?

    series IV Box 4 Folder 5 Item 114

    A Field Of Red Clover (It is not minethis field of red clover-...), undated 14 lines on 1p.

    [Christian Science Monitor] p.? [another issue; cf verse number 113]

    series IV Box 4 Folder 5 Item 115

    Fine Feathers (When someone uses this old phrase-...), June 17, 1937 24 lines on 1p.

    Christian Science Monitor, Home Forum. p.9

    series IV Box 4 Folder 5 Item 116

    Firewood (Down trails where burros, saddled...), March 13, 1937 25 lines on 1p.

    Ave Maria. p.325.

    series IV Box 4 Folder 5 Item 117

    First Parting (Who is this sudden prince who goes...), September 1939 30 lines on 1p.

    Extension (Chicago). p.?

    series IV Box 4 Folder 5 Item 118

    The First Sled (Below the woolly cap, his eyes...), December 1939 20 lines on 1p.

    [Extension] p.?

    series IV Box 4 Folder 5 Item 119

    First Snowfall (One hears it at his lighted windowpane...), December 1938 14 lines on 1p. Illustration

    Church School Magazine (Nashville, Tennessee) [Volume 68, Number 12] p.650. Attaching cover.

    series IV Box 4 Folder 5 Item 120

    First Spring In Town (It is, no more, what must be done...), May 10, 1938 26 lines on 1p.

    Christian Science Monitor, Home Forum. p.9.

    series IV Box 4 Folder 5 Item 121

    First Tracking Snow (He smelled to smoke of apple wood,...), December 17, 1932 30 lines on 1p. Illustration

    Saturday Evening Post. [Volume 205] p.[32] With AN.

    series IV Box 4 Folder 5 Item 122

    Flax Flower (At dawn, five petals, the color...), September 21, 1940 16 lines on 1p.

    [Christian Science Monitor] p.[14] [cf number 123]

    series IV Box 4 Folder 5 Item 123

    Flax Flower (At dawn, five petals, the color...), circa 1940 14 lines on 1p.

    [unidentified] p.8. [cf number 122]

    series IV Box 4 Folder 5 Item 124

    Flock Of Chickadees (It was as if, through cold and snow,...), circa 1940 12 lines on 1p.

    [unidentified] p.?

    series IV Box 4 Folder 5 Item 125

    The Flower (By chance I found it, blooming in a place...), June 1938 14 lines on 1p.

    The Sign (West Hoboken, New Jersey) p.692.

    series IV Box 4 Folder 5 Item 126

    Flowers On The Ledge (A careless wind had sowed the seeds...), June 3, 1942 16 lines on 1p.

    [Washington Post?] p.? With AN.

    series IV Box 4 Folder 5 Item 127

    Fog (Across the melting snows...), undated 27 lines on 1p.

    unidentified p.? With Glenn Ward Dresbach's red pencilled correction of one word, line 27.

    series IV Box 4 Folder 5 Item 128

    Footprints In The Dew (Brief histories of loveliness...), October 28, 1939 12 lines on 1p.

    [Ave Maria] p.? With AN.

    series IV Box 4 Folder 5 Item 129

    Footsteps In Snow (In feathery new snow the footsteps fall...), December 8, 1942 14 lines on 1p.

    Christian Science Monitor, Home Forum. Volume 35, Number 11. p.12. With AN.

    series IV Box 4 Folder 5 Item 130

    Footsteps In Snow (In feathery new snow the footsteps fall...), circa 1942 14 lines on 1p.

    [Washington Post?] p.?

    series IV Box 4 Folder 6 Item 131

    Forest Of Ferns (Heat falters at these feathery walls, and turns...), August 7, 1939 14 lines on 1p.

    [Christian Science Monitor] p.? With AN.

    series IV Box 4 Folder 6 Item 132

    Forgotten Hands (I reach my hands to all the hands that sowed...), undated 14 lines on 1p.

    [Better Verse] p.7.

    series IV Box 4 Folder 6 Item 133

    The Foundation (Here, where the weathered house had been, he found...), August 1952 16 lines on 1p. Illustration

    Home Life (Nashville, Tennessee) p.22. Attaching cover.

    series IV Box 4 Folder 6 Item 134

    Four-Leaf Clover (We had gotten down on our knees...), August 1939 17 lines on 1p. Illustration

    [Saint Anthony Messenger] p.? With AN.

    series IV Box 4 Folder 6 Item 135

    Free Samples (She started sending for them when a girl-...), January 1939 14 lines on 1p.

    [McCall's] p.?

    series IV Box 4 Folder 6 Item 136

    Friends In Spring (He turned from crowded streets, not knowing where...), 1937 14 lines on 1p.

    [Talaria] p.? Attaching cover.

    series IV Box 4 Folder 6 Item 137

    Friends In Spring (He turned from crowded streets, not knowing where...), May 26, 1938 14 lines on 1p.

    Ridgewood (New Jersey) Herald. Third Section, p.3.

    series IV Box 4 Folder 6 Item 138

    Friends In Spring (He turned from crowded streets, not knowing where...), circa 1938 14 lines on 1p.

    [New Brunswick Home News] p.? Included in column: The Sink Hole ( 'It might have been a buffalo wallow',...) 18 lines on 1p.

    series IV Box 4 Folder 6 Item 139

    Friends In Spring (He turned from crowded streets, not knowing where...), circa 1938 14 lines on 1p.

    [unidentified Missouri newspaper] p.?

    series IV Box 4 Folder 6 Item 140

    Gain (We do not lose the Summer when it goes...), 1940 12 lines on 1p.

    [Oregonian Verse (Portland Oregonian)] p.?

    series IV Box 4 Folder 6 Item 141

    Game Country (No trails of driven cattle pattern here...), Winter 1934 14 lines on 1p.

    Versemaker; a quarterly magazine of interesting verse (Chicago) volume 3, number 4; p.[1?]

    series IV Box 4 Folder 6 Item 142

    Garden Left Alone (Now in some fairer land she may forget...), October 21, 1937 14 lines on 1p.

    [New Brunswick Home News] p.? With AN.

    series IV Box 4 Folder 6 Item 143

    Garden Left Alone (Now in some fairer land she may forget...), circa 1937 14 lines on 1p.

    [Dominion News (Morgantown, West Virginia)] p.? With AN.

    series IV Box 4 Folder 6 Item 144

    Ghost Towns (They wear the jewels of silence like a crown;...), undated 14 lines on 1p.

    [unidentified] p.?

    series IV Box 4 Folder 6 Item 145

    Giving (The Lillie Reed Zortman prize sonnet) (Life has two ways of giving: from the one...), October 1937 14 lines on 1p.

    Step Ladder. Volume 23, Number 8; p.169.

    series IV Box 4 Folder 6 Item 146

    The Glass Cane (Striped like a stick of candy, it had hung...), August 1939 14 lines on 1p.

    [McCall's] p.?

    series IV Box 4 Folder 6 Item 147

    Golden Interval (It starts with goldenrod along the lane...), October 18, 1938 14 lines on 1p.

    Christian Science Monitor, Home Forum. p.9 [damaged]

    series IV Box 4 Folder 6 Item 148

    The Gourd At The Spring (I remember a summer long ago,...), July 10, 1937 24 lines on 1p.

    Saturday Evening Post. [Volume 210] p.70. Attaching contents, p.2.

    series IV Box 4 Folder 6 Item 149

    Green Wood (It has not yet been reconciled...), November 17, 1942 18 lines on 1p.

    Washington Post p.? With AN.

    series IV Box 4 Folder 6 Item 150

    Ground Bird's Nest ( 'Well, what did the fellow have to say?'...), May 3, 1941 16 lines on 1p.

    [Christian Science Monitor, Magazine Section] p.15

    series IV Box 4 Folder 6 Item 151

    The Guardian Flower (The houses were far between on the road,...), February 1938 24 lines on 1p.

    Holland's, The Magazine of The South (Dallas) p.44.

    series IV Box 4 Folder 6 Item 152

    The Guide-Line (It seemed to him that too much time was spent...), January 6, 1940 14 lines on 1p.

    [Christian Science Monitor, Magazine Section] p.15

    series IV Box 4 Folder 6 Item 153

    Gulls (Their wings have flashed with sails against the dawn...), February 9, 1938 14 lines on 1p.

    Christian Science Monitor, Home Forum. p.7.

    series IV Box 4 Folder 7 Item 154

    Harbor Dusk (The bell in that old tower, gaunt and gray,...), September 9, 1938 16 lines on 1p.

    Christian Science Monitor, Home Forum. p.9

    series IV Box 4 Folder 7 Item 155

    Harbor Lights (Like drowsy flowers of flame above the wall...), circa 1938 14 lines on 1p.

    [McCall's] p.19. N.B.: Included in column: The Locket (When she was willed the great house on the hill...) 14 lines on 1p.

    series IV Box 4 Folder 7 Item 156

    A Hard Place (It was a hard place to keep in order. ...), August 12, 1943 26 lines on 1p.

    Weekly Kansas City Star. p.4.

    series IV Box 4 Folder 7 Item 157

    Hardwood (One thing it is to grow from rock, ), March 11, 1938 12 lines on 1p.

    Bethel (Ohio) Journal. p.?

    series IV Box 4 Folder 7 Item 158

    Harvest Song (We give thanks for the riches in...), undated 20 lines on 1p. Illustration

    [unidentified] p.?

    series IV Box 4 Folder 7 Item 159

    Harvesters (Not all the harvesters bring in today...), October 1940 14 lines on 1p. Illustration

    Church School Magazine. p.535

    series IV Box 4 Folder 7 Item 160

    Haunted House (Deserted, it stands in a cup...), January 1938 24 lines on 1p.

    Ladies' Home Journal. [Volume 55] p.78. Attaching cover.

    series IV Box 4 Folder 7 Item 161

    Hawk Over Snow (From slow, wide circles in the upper air...), February 1937 14 lines on 1p.

    [Better Verse] p.?

    series IV Box 4 Folder 7 Item 162

    Hawk Over Snow (From slow, wide circles in the upper air...), April 29, 1937 14 lines on 1p.

    La Salle News (Niagara Falls, New York) p.? With AN.

    series IV Box 4 Folder 7 Item 163

    Hawk Over Snow (From slow, wide circles in the upper air...), September 18, 1937 14 lines on 1p.

    [Pasadena (California) Star News] p.?

    series IV Box 4 Folder 7 Item 164

    Hay Makers (They load the clouds of Summer now...), October 1939 21 lines on 1p.

    [Holland's] p.?

    series IV Box 4 Folder 7 Item 165

    Haystack In A Wintry Field (The summer had been so good for hay...), December 1938 26 lines on 1p.

    [Saint Nicholas] [Volume 66] p.[13]

    series IV Box 4 Folder 7 Item 166

    Heat Lightning (That lightning led no symphonies...), undated 28 lines on 1p. Illustration

    Farm Home (Springfield, Illinois) p.35

    series IV Box 4 Folder 7 Item 167

    The Heirloom (She found the Spanish shawl one lonely day--...), February 1938 14 lines on 1p.

    [McCall's] [Volume 65, number 5] p.21. Attaching cover.

    series IV Box 4 Folder 7 Item 168

    The Herb Gatherer (When fragrant fires of autumn smolder...), October 1938 28 lines on 1p.

    Holland's. p.36 Attaching cover.

    series IV Box 4 Folder 7 Item 169

    High Pastures (First golden pollen of the dawn is blown...), circa 1937 14 lines on 1p.

    [Better Verse?] p.5 [Typographical errors corrected]

    series IV Box 4 Folder 8 Item 170

    Hill Farm Auction (Winds whirl the leaves along the rutted lane...), circa 1940 14 lines on 1p.

    [Holland's?] p.? [Glenn Ward Dresbach's ms. last line in red pencil]

    series IV Box 4 Folder 8 Item 171

    Hill Of Cedars (This was their choice at the edge...), August 11, 1943 10 lines on 1p.

    Christian Science Monitor, Home Forum. p.10.

    series IV Box 4 Folder 8 Item 172

    Hill Of Cedars (This was their choice at the edge...), circa 1943 10 lines on 1p.

    [unidentified] p.?

    series IV Box 4 Folder 8 Item 173

    Hills In Twilight (The hills seem closer, whether twilight comes...), March 1939 14 lines on 1p. Illustration

    [Church School Magazine] p.[120?]

    series IV Box 4 Folder 8 Item 174

    Honey In The Wall (Since no one claims the old house any more,...), Autumn 1938 16 lines on 1p.

    [Yale Review] [n.s. Volume 28, number Autumn] p.144. Attaching cover with AN.

    series IV Box 4 Folder 8 Item 175

    Honey In The Wall (Since no one claims the old house any more,...), circa 1938 16 lines on 1p.

    [New Brunswick Home news] p.?

    series IV Box 4 Folder 8 Item 176

    Horses (I get lonely for horses--...), April 26, 1937 20 lines on 1p.

    [Christian Science Monitor] p.?

    series IV Box 4 Folder 8 Item 177

    A House For The Birds (A shower drove him from his garden ground...), April 8, 1937 22 lines on 1p.

    [New York Times] p.?.

    series IV Box 4 Folder 8 Item 178

    House For The Wrens (He keeps pretending, more and more of late,...), undated 14 lines on 1p.

    [Talaria?] p.?

    series IV Box 4 Folder 8 Item 179

    Hunting Dogs (The pointers, tense to tip of tail,...), September 5, 1942 22 lines on 1p. Illustration

    Pioneer For Boys. Volume 28, number 36; p.4 with Glenn Ward Drasbach's name appended in ms.

    series IV Box 4 Folder 8 Item 180

    I Have Been Picking Cherries (I have been picking cherries, ...), June 24, 1939 12 lines on 1p.

    Christian Science Monitor, Home Forum. p.?

    series IV Box 4 Folder 8 Item 181

    I Have Watched (I have watched swallows' wings...), undated 12 lines on 1p.

    [Step Ladder] p.?

    series IV Box 4 Folder 8 Item 182

    Ice Harvest (The Pool) (Its outlet had been damned to keep...), May 7, 1938 10 lines on 1p.

    Plainfield (New Jersey) Courier-News. p.3. N.B.: Included in column: Deserted Farms (About deserted farms there is a sense...) 14 lines on 1p.; The Fence (It seemed a waste of time to build...) 20 lines on 1p.; Marigolds (A jade vase in a quiet room...) 12 lines on 1p.; The Lash (In him was something like an ox that went...) 14 lines on 1p.; The Sink Hole (It might have been a buffalo wallow...) 18 lines on 1p.; Song (Dip your hand in the mountain water...) 12 lines on 1p.

    series IV Box 4 Folder 8 Item 183

    In A First Reader (Here is a magic flute...), August 26, 1939 12 lines on 1p.

    [Christian Science Monitor] p.? With AN.

    series IV Box 4 Folder 8 Item 184

    In An Old Orchard (Hail, roisterer from cool taverns...), July 5, 1930 26 lines on 1p.

    [New York Times] p.?

    series IV Box 4 Folder 8 Item 185

    In The Cannon's Mouth (This sinister shape that once could thunder...), 1939 16 lines on 1p.

    [McCall's] p.[97]

    series IV Box 4 Folder 8 Item 186

    In The Firelight (They have been far, who sit with quiet faces...), circa 1938 14 lines on 1p.

    Christian Science Monitor. p.?

    series IV Box 4 Folder 8 Item 187

    Inspiration (I show men things they do not see,...), circa 1912 24 lines on 1p.

    [Leslie's Weekly?] p.?

    series IV Box 4 Folder 8 Item 188

    The Invader (Spring snow was the invader, cruel and still,...), March 11, 1939 19 lines on 1p.

    [Christian Science Monitor] p.?

    series IV Box 4 Folder 8 Item 189

    The Island (Once, on a tropic voyage, he had passed...), September 8, 1939 31 lines on 1p.

    [Commonweal] [Volume 30, number 20] p.[454] With AN.

    series IV Box 4 Folder 8 Item 190

    Journey (Flesh that has never burned with fever,...), December 9, 1928 15 lines on 1p.

    [Pittsburgh (Pennsylvania) Sun Telegraph] p.?

    series IV Box 4 Folder 8 Item 191

    Journey's End (She never talked of wishing to go...), October 1939 15 lines on 1p. Illustration

    [Saint Anthony's Messenger] p.?

    series IV Box 4 Folder 8 Item 192

    Jungle River (The hot moist breath that tropic earth exhales...), August 1928 14 lines on 1p.

    [Dial] [Volume 85, number 2] p.[142]

    series IV Box 4 Folder 8 Item 193

    Just Passing By (The melting road was long and still...), February 3, 1937 28 lines on 1p.

    [New York Times] p.?

    series IV Box 4 Folder 8 Item 194

    Kitten In The Snow (The kitten crouched on the barndoor sill...), circa 1939 22 lines on 1p.

    [McCall's?] p.26.

    series IV Box 4 Folder 9 Item 195

    Lantern In The Storm (Night was a swoop of black wings...), June 7, 1938 24 lines on 1p.

    Christian Science Monitor, Home Forum. p.5.

    series IV Box 4 Folder 9 Item 196

    Lark's Feather (This little feather was pressed...), July 20, 1939 12 lines on 1p.

    [Christian Science Monitor] p.? With AN.

    series IV Box 4 Folder 9 Item 197

    The Last Cowboy (Down through a valley that yucca clouded,...), June 29, 1929 24 lines on 1p. Illustration

    Kansas City Times. p.?

    series IV Box 4 Folder 9 Item 198

    Last Lark Of Summer (Rise like a golden spark...), September 1931 24 lines on 1p.

    [Midland (Chicago)] p.139.

    series IV Box 4 Folder 9 Item 199

    The Last Ship (If men who love ships were to choose the last...), June 4, 1937 14 lines on 1p.

    Bethel (Ohio) Journal. p.?

    series IV Box 4 Folder 9 Item 200

    Lasting Springs (I like clear springs that keep on flowing...), circa 1935 17 lines on 1p.

    [Step Ladder] p.134. N.B. First of 3 poems under heading Three Poems which include: Pioneer Blood (Not having known before the smell of wood...) 14 lines on 1p. p.134.; Fog (Now by this inland sea...) 12 lines on 1p. p.135.

    series IV Box 4 Folder 9 Item 201

    Late For School (He had assumed a bored indifference...), September 1939 14 lines on 1p. Illustration

    [Elementary Teacher] p.? With AN.

    series IV Box 4 Folder 9 Item 202

    Late From The Field (The cows came early from the pasture...), July 1940 24 lines on 1p. Illustration

    [Good Housekeeping] [Volume 111] p.38.

    series IV Box 4 Folder 9 Item 203

    Late Plowing (Where floods had bellowed through the bottom land...), March 1937 14 lines on 1p.

    Talaria. Volume 2, number 1; p.[1]

    series IV Box 4 Folder 9 Item 204

    Late Plowing (Where floods had bellowed through the bottom land...), circa 1937 14 lines on 1p.

    [New Brunswick Home news] p.?

    series IV Box 4 Folder 9 Item 205

    Late Plowing (Where floods had bellowed through the bottom land...), May 1937 14 lines on 1p.

    Niagara Falls (New York) Gazette. p.6. One paragraph biographical note at foot of poem.

    series IV Box 4 Folder 9 Item 206

    Late Winter Dusk (Pale violet, on patches of the snow,...), February 14, 1939 14 lines on 1p.

    [Christian Science Monitor] p.? With AN.

    series IV Box 4 Folder 9 Item 207

    Leaf Patterns (The delicate tracery has turned...), October 3, 1942 12 lines on 1p.

    Christian Science Monitor, Home Forum. p.8.

    series IV Box 4 Folder 9 Item 208

    Leaves Against The Moon (About us in the night we hear...), September 1939 12 lines on 1p.

    Bethel Journal. p.?

    series IV Box 4 Folder 9 Item 209

    Left-Over Wood (Ask one who knows and he will say...), October 9, 1943 20 lines on 1p.

    [Saturday Evening Post] [Volume 216] p.[91] With AN.

    series IV Box 4 Folder 9 Item 210

    Let There Be Kites Again (Let there be kites again--...), May 1938 18 lines on 1p.

    Atlantic Monthly. [Volume 161, number 5] p.699. Attaching cover with AN.

    series IV Box 4 Folder 9 Item 211

    A Library And A Shrine [prose] (A group of Bookfellows journeyed to the library for the laying of memorial stones...), 1935

    [Step Ladder] p.183.

    series IV Box 4 Folder 9 Item 212

    The Little Owls (The road through the wood was hard and rough...), December 21, 1939 12 lines on 1p.

    [Christian Science Monitor] p.?

    series IV Box 4 Folder 9 Item 213

    The Little Ships That Never Sail (At work on inland farms he must have dreamed,...), circa 1930 14 lines on 1p. Illustration

    [Kansas City Star] p.?

    series IV Box 4 Folder 9 Item 214

    The Little Ships That Never Sail (At work on inland farms he must have dreamed,...), August 2, 1930 14 lines on 1p.

    [Literary Digest] [Volume 106] p.[22] N.B. Mount on sheet of paper with mounted heading, The Literary Digest, and with the following 3 poems mounted on same sheet: Charity Basket (Two sisters, thin and straight as stalks...) 26 lines on 1p. [Volume 115, number 3; January 21, 1933] p.[38]; Last Lark Of Summer (Rise like a golden spark...) 24 lines on 1p. [Volume 111, number 4; October 24, 1931] p.[21]; Desert (Here thwarted gods have left their signatures...) 14 lines on 1p. [Volume 116, number 15] October 7, 1933. p.[38] With AN on each clipping and with Glenn Ward Dresbach's autograph at foot of sheet.

    series IV Box 4 Folder 10 Item 215

    The Little Spring Flows Clear Again (The little spring flows clear again...), November 24, 1928 15 lines on 1p.

    [Montreal (Canada) Star] p.?

    series IV Box 4 Folder 10 Item 216

    The Little Spring Flows Clear Again (The little spring flows clear again...), June 18, 1938 15 lines on 1p.

    Plainfield (New Jersey) Courier News. p.[2]

    series IV Box 4 Folder 10 Item 217

    The Locked Door (Always, when they had come before,...), February 1940 28 lines on 1p.

    [Holland's] p.?

    series IV Box 4 Folder 10 Item 218

    Loneliness (Not one wind-slanted cedar on its crag,...), circa 1938 14 lines on 1p.

    [Christian Science Monitor] p.?

    series IV Box 4 Folder 10 Item 219

    Lost Boy (Perhaps he chased the thistledown...), Winter 1935 16 lines on 1p.

    Versemaker. Winter, p.?

    series IV Box 4 Folder 10 Item 220

    The Lost Brook (When he was a boy he used to follow...), November 1929 28 lines on 1p.

    American Magazine (New York) [Volume 108] p.[190]

    series IV Box 4 Folder 10 Item 221

    The Lost Kite (No other kite he ever made...), circa 1942 28 lines on 1p. Illustration

    [Boys Today] p.?

    series IV Box 4 Folder 10 Item 222

    The Lost Place (He remembers the time when wings flashed by...), circa 1939 20 lines on 1p. Illustration

    [Saint Anthony Messenger] p.?

    series IV Box 4 Folder 10 Item 223

    Lost Valley (I found it on a morning when the wings...), May 1939 24 lines on 1p. Illustration

    Saint Nicholas. Volume 66, number 7; p.2.

    series IV Box 4 Folder 10 Item 224

    Lucifer (It was some later time he went to hell--...), May 5, 1963 14 lines on 1p.

    Kansas City Star. p.18E.

    series IV Box 4 Folder 10 Item 225

    Manger On A Winter Night (Old timbers that are mellowed through...), December 24, 1937 16 lines on 1p.

    Christian Science Monitor, Home Forum. p.9.

    series IV Box 4 Folder 10 Item 226

    Mangoes (This is a fruit the jungle hangs in gold...), February 1940 14 lines on 1p.

    American Mercury [volume 49, number 194] p.241. Attaching table of contents, p.131.

    series IV Box 4 Folder 10 Item 227

    Mangoes (This is a fruit the jungle hangs in gold...), June 1940 14 lines on 1p.

    [Pasadena (California) Star News] p.?

    series IV Box 4 Folder 10 Item 228

    Maple Sugar (If you were ever blessed enough to tap...), March 16, 1940 14 lines on 1p. Illustration

    Epworth Herald. p.166.

    series IV Box 4 Folder 10 Item 229

    Marsh Grass (Along this rippled grass birds dip their breasts...), January 26, 1940 10 lines on 1p.

    [Christian Science Monitor] p.[15]

    series IV Box 4 Folder 10 Item 230

    Mates (The sky, and the drake's wing crumpled...), undated 14 lines on 1p.

    [unidentified] p.? With AN Let Us Sing. [These are last 14 lines of poem, originally 40 lines, published in Commonweal, volume 11, number 5; December 4, 1929; p.141.]

    series IV Box 4 Folder 10 Item 231

    The Meadow (The tall sweet grass seemed waving just to him--...), July 1939 14 lines on 1p.

    [Saint Nicholas] [Volume 66] p.[12]

    series IV Box 4 Folder 10 Item 232

    Meeting By Moonlight (The night is sweet with flowers,...), undated 16 lines on 1p.

    [unidentified] p.?

    series IV Box 4 Folder 10 Item 233

    Miners Of Coal (Deep down in the darkness and the chill of a world in a crumbling cell,...), circa 1910 16 lines on 1p.

    [La Follotte's Weekly (Madison, Wisconsin)] p.? With AN While in college...)

    series IV Box 4 Folder 10 Item 234

    The Miniature (The small worn case let in no light to fade,...), June 1938 14 lines on 1p.

    American Mercury [volume 45, number 174] p.234 Attaching cover.

    series IV Box 4 Folder 10 Item 235

    Moth Of Silence (The moth of silence folds...), Summer 1936 16 lines on 1p.

    Talaria. Volume number 2; Summer. p.[1]

    series IV Box 4 Folder 10 Item 236

    Mountain Pastures (In these high pastures the first wild flower stars...), March 30, 1940 14 lines on 1p.

    [Christian Science Monitor, Magazine Section] p.[15]

    series IV Box 4 Folder 10 Item 237

    A Mountainside Of Bloom (If you have seen a cloud of white wings rise...), April 13, 1938 14 lines on 1p.

    Christian Science Monitor, Home Forum. p.7.

    series IV Box 5 Folder 11 Item 238

    Nameplate For Our House (Bronze is too cold and too exact...), December 1944 17 lines on 1p.

    [Good Housekeeping] [Volume 119, number 6] p.[44]

    series IV Box 5 Folder 11 Item 239

    The Neighbors (My boyhood on the farm records but three...), January 18, 1941 18 lines on 1p.

    Cincinnati (Ohio) Enquirer. p.?.

    series IV Box 5 Folder 11 Item 240

    The Nest (I had sought it when the bough...), June 1936 12 lines on 1p.

    Better Verse. Volume 4, number 4; cover.

    series IV Box 5 Folder 11 Item 241

    The Nest (Two birds from bits of chaos, now...), undated 18 lines on 1p.

    [Voices] p.6. N.B. First of five poems under heading Five Poems which include the following on 3 pages: Waterfall (It held more rainbows than the cloud...) 10 lines on 1p. p.6.; Protective Coloring (In dappled grasses we have failed to find...) 18 lines on 1p. p.7; Refuge (In wooded land he left so long ago,...) 14 lines on 1p. p.7; Flight Of Herons Gila River (From slow dark waters edged with shadow-drift...) 14 lines on 1p. p.8.

    series IV Box 5 Folder 11 Item 242

    Nests (Birds never find a scarcity of things...), June 1939 14 lines on 1p.

    [Extension?] p.? With AN.

    series IV Box 5 Folder 11 Item 243

    New Tenant (The old soil seems to be revived this year,...), April 24, 1937 14 lines on 1p.

    [Saturday Evening Post] Volume 209; p.114

    series IV Box 5 Folder 11 Item 244

    Night Sound (Who presses an ear to the night...), March 24, 1934 11 lines on 1p.

    [New York Sun] p.?

    series IV Box 5 Folder 11 Item 245

    Now In The Time Of Harvest (Now in the time of harvest...), August 25, 1943 16 lines on 1p.

    New York Sun p.26.

    series IV Box 5 Folder 11 Item 246

    O Dreamer Of Dreams (O Dreamer of Dreams, have you heard men say,...), circa 1915-1916 16 lines on 1p.

    [unidentified] p.?

    series IV Box 5 Folder 11 Item 247

    Of Certain Things (Skylarks sang over clash of spears on shields--...), November 2, 1963 8 lines on 1p.

    Kansas City Times. p.46.

    series IV Box 5 Folder 11 Item 248

    Old Bridge (The spring brook glistens under...), April 1939 16 lines on 1p.

    [McCall's] p.?

    series IV Box 5 Folder 11 Item 249

    Old Bridge In Snow (We came upon the old bridge in the snow--...), October-November 1931 16 lines on 1p. Illustration

    Oakite News Service (New York) volume 15, number 7-8; p.? Glenn Ward Dresbach's autograph on illustration.

    series IV Box 5 Folder 11 Item 250

    Old Bridge In Snow (We came upon the old bridge in the snow--...), January 3, 1935 16 lines on 1p.

    Michigan Christian Advocate. p.3.

    series IV Box 5 Folder 11 Item 251

    An Old Man's Garden (We wonder that so little ground...), March 28, 1936 23 lines on 1p.

    Saturday Evening Post [volume 208] p.35

    series IV Box 5 Folder 11 Item 252

    Old Pasture (Where torrents plowed their furrows...), June 3, 1937 16 lines on 1p.

    Christian Science Monitor, Home Forum. p.9.

    series IV Box 5 Folder 11 Item 253

    Old Pasture (Where torrents plowed their furrows...), June 29, 1937 16 lines on 1p.

    [Knickerbocker Press (Albany, New York)] p.?

    series IV Box 5 Folder 11 Item 254

    Old Pasture Corners (They keep the things we thought we should not miss...), November 2, 1940 14 lines on 1p. Illustration

    Epworth Herald. p.665

    series IV Box 5 Folder 11 Item 255

    Old Road In The Hills (Something about the autumn day,...), December 1937 30 lines on 1p.

    [Pictorial Review] volume 39; p.57

    series IV Box 5 Folder 11 Item 256

    The Old Sailor (A white cloud drifts to meet a sail at sea...), May 18, 1938 14 lines on 1p.

    [New Brunswick Home news] p.?

    series IV Box 5 Folder 11 Item 257

    On Being Asked What Will Happen To Poetry In The Next Ten Years (While man may crouch before the fires...), May 1940 16 lines on 1p.

    American Magazine. [Volume 50, number 197] p.112.

    series IV Box 5 Folder 11 Item 258

    Orchard (Earth could not hold all richness that was there--...), August 27, 1930 14 lines on 1p.

    [Nation] [Volume 131, number 3399] p.[218] Attaching table of contents on p.[211]

    series IV Box 5 Folder 12 Item 259

    The Palace Of Dreams (By the luminous shore of a moon-kissed sea...), January 1910 44 lines on 1p.

    [Lanark (Illinois) Gazette] p.?

    series IV Box 5 Folder 12 Item 260

    Parlor Furniture (She kept the blinds down so it would not fade-...), October 19, 1938 14 lines on 1p.

    New Republic. [Volume 96, number 1245] p.300.

    series IV Box 5 Folder 12 Item 261

    The Pasture Spring (It seemed the farm had grown around...), April 1937 22 lines on 1p. Illustration

    [Pictorial Review] volume 38; p.20

    series IV Box 5 Folder 12 Item 262

    Patrins Of Summer (This is the way that Summer went-...), August 1936 16 lines on 1p.

    Holland's. p.?

    series IV Box 5 Folder 12 Item 263

    The Pheasant (Beside his pasture brook the ragweeds stood...), August 1938 14 lines on 1p.

    The Sign (Union City, New Jersey) [Volume 18, number 1] p.10. Attaching cover and attaching table of contents, p.[1] and article re Glenn Ward Dresbach p[2]

    series IV Box 5 Folder 12 Item 264

    A Piece Of String (A piece of spring...), circa 1941 20 lines on 1p. Illustration

    [Boys Today] p.?

    series IV Box 5 Folder 12 Item 265

    Plowmen (In Spring mornings when plowmen whistle...), May 1937 12 lines on 1p.

    Holland's. p.?

    series IV Box 5 Folder 12 Item 266

    The Pool In The Aspens (Shadows, furtive and cool...), undated 18 lines on 1p.

    Horizons (Western Poetry League, Los Angeles, California) p.?

    series IV Box 5 Folder 12 Item 267

    The Postcript (Her letter told him just the usual things...), January 1939 14 lines on 1p.

    [McCall's] p.? With AN.

    series IV Box 5 Folder 12 Item 268

    Processional (...sweep to touch the Moon... ...), August 1921 32 lines on 1p.

    [Overly Monthly] [n.s. Volume 78] p.[36] [damaged] [First five stanzas lined out] With AN.

    series IV Box 5 Folder 12 Item 269

    Quail In The Hay (I have taken your shelter away ...), undated 24 lines on 1p.

    [Holland's] p.?

    series IV Box 5 Folder 12 Item 270

    Rain After Drouth (The prone weight of the heat...), September 5, 1936 16 lines on 1p.

    Saturday Evening Post. [Volume 209] p.[42] Attaching table of contents.

    series IV Box 5 Folder 12 Item 271

    Range Cattle (Against the horizon I have seen their heads...), October 11, 1939 24 lines on 1p.

    [New Republic] [Volume 100, number 1297] p.267 With AN.

    series IV Box 5 Folder 12 Item 272

    The Red Geranium (She had a shield of courage for the things...), June 20, 1938 14 lines on 1p.

    Christian Science Monitor, Home Forum. p.9

    series IV Box 5 Folder 12 Item 273

    Refuge (I know the ledges where the hunted deer...), circa 1936 14 lines on 1p.

    [Voices] [Number 77] p.28. First of two poems under heading Two Poems, which include the following: Transients (Polaris is the north star now,...) 24 lines on 2p. p.28-29. Attaching cover.

    series IV Box 5 Folder 12 Item 274

    Remembrance Of A Woodland (Through whispers of the path I took...), undated 12 lines on 1p.

    Trails p.6.

    series IV Box 5 Folder 12 Item 275

    Revealed (On Watching An Oil Painting Being Cleaned) (Soft cloth, bland soap and water share...), November 1939 16 lines on 2p.

    [Spirit] pp.140-[141] With AN.

    series IV Box 5 Folder 12 Item 276

    Root-Bound (The red geranium had begun...), October 7, 1939 12 lines on 1p.

    [New York Times] p.? With AN.

    series IV Box 5 Folder 12 Item 277

    Roots (Through what slow-creviced stone...), undated 18 lines on 1p.

    Trails p.?

    series IV Box 5 Folder 12 Item 278

    Rough Hands (His hands were calloused and brown...), circa 1940 14 lines on 1p. Illustration

    [Saint Anthony Messenger?] p.?

    series IV Box 5 Folder 12 Item 279

    Salt For The Cattle (He saw again the eager lift of head,...), July 23, 1937 14 lines on 1p.

    Christian Science Monitor, Home Forum. p.7.

    series IV Box 5 Folder 12 Item 280

    Salute To The Pioneers (Carroll County, 1839-1939) (Here were the trails of their desires!...), February 22, 1939 32 lines on 1p. Portfolio

    [Lanark (Illinois) Gazette] p.[1]

    series IV Box 5 Folder 12 Item 281

    Salvation (All that he struggled for he loved,...), undated 8 lines on 1p.

    [unidentified] p.?

    series IV Box 5 Folder 12 Item 282

    Sanctuary (Across from the hillside where we stood...), undated 24 lines on 1p.

    [Portal?] p.?

    series IV Box 5 Folder 12 Item 283

    Scarecrow In Autumn (Winds tilt the battered hat...), September 1937 24 lines on 1p.

    Better Verse. Volume 5, number 5; p.[2?]

    series IV Box 5 Folder 12 Item 284

    The Sea Shell (Three years, on Sundays, he had come to dine...), January 1938 14 lines on 1p.

    [McCall's] p.16.

    series IV Box 5 Folder 12 Item 285

    The Secret Hoard (They still remember that his smile had seemed...), April 2, 1938 14 lines on 1p.

    Saturday Evening Post. [Volume 210, number 40] p.33. Attaching cover with AN.

    series IV Box 5 Folder 12 Item 286

    Sent For Water (He was only a little lad...), September 1938 24 lines on 1p.

    [Pictorial Review] [Volume 39, number 12] p.26. Attaching cover with AN.

    series IV Box 5 Folder 12 Item 287

    Sentinels (Across the massive ruins of the walls...), circa 1939 14 lines on 1p.

    [Spirit?] p.7.

    series IV Box 5 Folder 12 Item 288

    Shining Armor (No knight in shining armor went away...), January 7, 1939 14 lines on 1p.

    [This Week] p.? With AN.

    series IV Box 5 Folder 12 Item 289

    Shower At Harvest Time (Heat waved above the bundles spread...), July 13, 1940 26 lines on 1p.

    Target (Cincinnati, Ohio). Volume 100, number 28; p.2.

    series IV Box 5 Folder 13 Item 290

    Sickle Moon (Time's sickle moon is cold and bright...), Winter 1935 8 lines on 1p.

    Adamant, a quarterly of beautiful verse (Waukegan, Illinois) volume 2, number 1; Winter. p.1

    series IV Box 5 Folder 13 Item 291

    Siesta (Old Carlos nods against the shaded wall...), February 3, 1929 14 lines on 1p. Illustration

    Kansas City Star. p.?

    series IV Box 5 Folder 13 Item 292

    Silence (Times there are...), 1937 35 lines on 1p.

    Kaleidograph (Dallas, Texas) p.7.

    series IV Box 5 Folder 13 Item 293

    Silence (Times there are...), May 9, 1937 35 lines on 1p.

    [Augusta (Georgia) Chronicle] p.?

    series IV Box 5 Folder 13 Item 294

    Silhouettes (Old Silhouettes against the years endure...), July 1939 14 lines on 1p.

    Holland's. p.? With AN.

    series IV Box 5 Folder 13 Item 295

    The Sink Hole ( 'It might have been a buffalo wallow,'...), May 23, 1938 18 lines on 1p.

    [New Brunswick Home news] p.?

    series IV Box 5 Folder 13 Item 296

    Snow Architect (Weed stems are changed to leaning crystal towers,...), November 30, 1938 14 lines on 1p.

    [Christian Science Monitor] p.? With AN.

    series IV Box 5 Folder 13 Item 297

    Snow In Spring (The half-curled leaf finds prematurely now...), undated 14 lines on 1p.

    [unidentified] p.?

    series IV Box 5 Folder 13 Item 298

    Snow Of The Roofs (For just a little while today...), January 7, 1939 16 lines on 1p.

    [Christian Science Monitor] p.? With AN.

    series IV Box 5 Folder 13 Item 299

    Snowflake On Her Cheek (A feathery touch, cold from the upper air,...), February 1939 14 lines on 1p.

    [Extension] p.? With AN.

    series IV Box 5 Folder 13 Item 300

    Snowy Adventure (He did not only shovel snow...), circa 1940 18 lines on 1p.

    [Portland Oregonian?] p.?

    series IV Box 5 Folder 13 Item 301

    So Soon The Fruit (So soon the fruit follows...), September 1943 13 lines on 1p.

    [Washington Post] p.? With AN.

    series IV Box 5 Folder 13 Item 302

    Softly The Night (Softly the night comes down...), April 1938 20 lines on 1p.

    [Step Ladder] p.120 with penciled deletions.

    series IV Box 5 Folder 13 Item 303

    Song (A bee has groped from the heart of a flower,...), July 16, 1937 12 lines on 1p.

    Bethel (Ohio) Journal. p.?

    series IV Box 5 Folder 13 Item 304

    Song (Though the cave man carved in stone...), undated 8 lines on 1p.

    [unidentified] p.?

    series IV Box 5 Folder 13 Item 305

    Song (Who dreams, and feels too soon...), 1930 9 lines on 1p.

    Lantern (?) p.11

    series IV Box 5 Folder 13 Item 306

    Song In Autumn (I have always said I would go sometime in the Autumn...), February 1922 16 lines on 1p.

    All's Well. p.?

    series IV Box 5 Folder 13 Item 307

    Song In The Wind (Around me in the upland pasture...), November 1933 16 lines on 1p.

    American Poetry Magazine (American Literary Association, Menasha, Wisconsin)

    series IV Box 5 Folder 13 Item 308

    Spring (God, greatest of poets, sing...), March 29, 1933 24 lines on 1p.

    Christian Century. [Volume 50, number 13] p.417. Attaching cover.

    series IV Box 5 Folder 13 Item 309

    Spring Comes To Desert Mountain (The only green here is the malachite...), April 7, 1939 14 lines on 1p.

    [Christian Science Monitor] p.? With AN.

    series IV Box 5 Folder 13 Item 310

    The Spring House (The man who built this little house of stone...), July 10, 1939 14 lines on 1p.

    [Christian Science Monitor] p.? With AN.

    series IV Box 5 Folder 13 Item 311

    Spring Interval (This is the time between...), undated 10 lines on 1p.

    Trails. p.?

    series IV Box 5 Folder 13 Item 312

    Spring Morning (Again the clouds are sailing ships...), March 6, 1937 18 lines on 1p.

    Christian Science Monitor, Home Forum. p.9.

    series IV Box 5 Folder 13 Item 313

    Spring Morning (Again the clouds are sailing ships...), April 5, 1937 18 lines on 1p.

    [Knickerbocker Press (Albany, New York)]

    series IV Box 5 Folder 13 Item 314

    Spring Morning (Again the clouds are sailing ships...), April 1939 18 lines on 1p.

    The Sign. p.? With AN.

    series IV Box 5 Folder 13 Item 315

    Spring Plowing (Another plowman turns the furrows...), March 31, 1934 24 lines on 1p.

    [New York American] p.?

    series IV Box 5 Folder 13 Item 316

    Spring Plowing (These are the foes of all mankind--...), circa 1942 24 lines on 1p.

    [Washington Post?] p.?

    series IV Box 5 Folder 13 Item 317

    A Spring Revived (The pasture spring has flooded...), May 12, 1939 14 lines on 1p.

    [Christian Science Monitor] p.? With AN.

    series IV Box 5 Folder 13 Item 318

    Squirrels (Weigh each nut before you carry...), October 5, 1940 24 lines on 1p.

    [Saturday Evening Post] [Volume 213] p.[109]

    series IV Box 5 Folder 13 Item 319

    The Star (It may not be the brightest...), June 26, 1923 11 lines on 1p.

    [New York Sun] p.? With AN.

    series IV Box 5 Folder 13 Item 320

    Stars In Water (We can kneel now on the sand...), 1940 12 lines on 1p.

    [Christian Science Monitor] p.?

    series IV Box 5 Folder 13 Item 321

    Strays (They came through the pale light...), July 21, 1930 39 lines on 1p.

    [Philadelphia (Pennsylvania) Enquirer] p.? [damaged]

    series IV Box 5 Folder 13 Item 322

    A Summer Memory (They were dusting themselves in the sunny trail...), August 1938 24 lines on 1p. Illustration

    Saint Nicholas. [Volume 65] p.4.

    series IV Box 5 Folder 13 Item 323

    Summer Night (Give me the silver strumming of the rain...), June 26, 1936 14 lines on 1p.

    [New York Times] p.? With AN.

    series IV Box 5 Folder 13 Item 324

    Sundial (Only the Sun can mark...), August 3, 1940 12 lines on 1p.

    Ave Maria. p.152.

    series IV Box 5 Folder 13 Item 325

    Survival (In the jungle where idols stood--...), 1936 8 lines on 1p.

    [Better Verse] p.32.

    series IV Box 5 Folder 13 Item 326

    Survival (In the jungle where idols stood--...), September 4, 1936 8 lines on 1p.

    [unidentified Missouri newspaper] p.?

    series IV Box 5 Folder 13 Item 327

    The Swallows Have Returned (From clouds the rainbow's tinted...), circa 1938 16 lines on 1p.

    Christian Science Monitor, Home Forum. p.?

    series IV Box 5 Folder 14 Item 328

    The Tamed Drake (The farmer's son had found...), January 1933 40 lines on 1p. Illustration

    [Country Home] p.3.

    series IV Box 5 Folder 14 Item 329

    The Tamed Drake (The farmer's son had found...), January 1933 40 lines on 1p. Illustration

    [Country Home] p.3. With AN Farm and Fireside $40.00.

    series IV Box 5 Folder 14 Item 330

    The Tamed Drake (The farmer's son had found...), circa 1933 40 lines on 2p.

    [unidentified] pp.145-146.

    series IV Box 5 Folder 14 Item 331

    The Tent (The finest tent I ever found...), circa 1939-1940 20 lines on 1p.

    [Christian Science Monitor?] p.?

    series IV Box 5 Folder 14 Item 332

    These Fragrances (These fragrances with dreams remain: ...), October 12, 1937 18 lines on 1p.

    Christian Science Monitor, Home Forum. p.7.

    series IV Box 5 Folder 14 Item 333

    Threshing Day (It used to be a day of wonder...), July 29, 1939 26 lines on 1p.

    [Ave Maria] p.? With AN.

    series IV Box 5 Folder 14 Item 334

    Thunder Shower (Swoop down from these black tumbling crags...), August 9, 1937 16 lines on 1p.

    Christian Science Monitor, Home Forum. p.9.

    series IV Box 5 Folder 14 Item 335

    To A Caged Hawk (You have lost all that made you...), undated 38 lines on 1p.

    Trails p.9.

    series IV Box 5 Folder 14 Item 336

    To A Cottonwood (You were a towering headland, green and cool,...), November 4, 1937 14 lines on 1p.

    Christian Science Monitor, Home Forum. p.9.

    series IV Box 5 Folder 14 Item 337

    To A Ship's Lantern (Your light had winked with starlight on the sea...), April 15, 1937 14 lines on 1p.

    Commonweal. [Volume 27, number 25] p.689. Attaching cover.

    series IV Box 5 Folder 14 Item 338

    To My Horse (No forges in Damascus shaped a blade...), circa 1933 14 lines on 1p.

    American Poetry Magazine p.?

    series IV Box 5 Folder 14 Item 339

    The Tollhouse (A wide, smooth highway passes it, unheeding...), September 18, 1937 14 lines on 1p.

    Ave Maria. [Volume 46 (n.s.), number 12] p.371 Attaching cover.

    series IV Box 5 Folder 14 Item 340

    The Touch (Now he remembers how he stirred from sleep...), July 1940 14 lines on 1p.

    Ladies' Home Journal [Volume 57] p.105

    series IV Box 5 Folder 14 Item 341

    Touch Of Magic (It was not a petal...), July 29, 1936 16 lines on 1p.

    [New York Times] p.?

    series IV Box 5 Folder 14 Item 342

    Train Whistle Spring Night (Something wild and sweet...), August 20, 1938 20 lines on 1p.

    Ave Maria. p.235.

    series IV Box 5 Folder 14 Item 343

    Tramp Steamer (Paint is patched upon each side...), February 25, 1937 18 lines on 1p.

    [New York Sun] p.?

    series IV Box 5 Folder 14 Item 344

    Tramp Steamer (Paint is patched upon each side...), April 13, 1937 18 lines on 1p.

    [Cincinnati (Ohio) Enquirer] p.? With AN.

    series IV Box 5 Folder 14 Item 345

    Tramp Steamer (Paint is patched upon each side...), March-April 1937 18 lines on 1p. Illustration

    Oakite News Service. Volume 21, number 3-4; p.?

    series IV Box 5 Folder 14 Item 346

    Tramp Steamer (Paint is patched upon each side...), July 1940 14 lines on 1p.

    [Catholic World] [Volume 151] p.407.

    series IV Box 5 Folder 14 Item 347

    Travel Notes (I do not remember the name of the town--...), June 10, 1939 16 lines on 1p.

    [Saturday Evening Post] Volume 211; p.[113] With AN.

    series IV Box 5 Folder 14 Item 348

    Travelers (The people who have stayed the most...), June 22, 1943 12 lines on 1p.

    [Portland Oregonian] p.? With AN.

    series IV Box 5 Folder 14 Item 349

    The Tree (From high, green sanctuaries of its boughs,...), November 1938 14 lines on 1p.

    [Davey Bulletin] p.? With AN.

    series IV Box 5 Folder 14 Item 350

    Tree Sounds (Trees keep the sounds of water in their leaves...), July 13, 1940 14 lines on 1p.

    [Christian Science Monitor, Magazine Section] p.[15]

    series IV Box 5 Folder 14 Item 351

    Tropic Tapestry (Hot colors drip from jungle walls...), December 16, 1928 16 lines on 1p. Illustration

    [Kansas City Star] p.? With AN.

    series IV Box 5 Folder 14 Item 352

    Tropic Town (A white beach, where the lazy breakers curl,...), 1939 14 lines on 1p.

    [Talaria] p.?

    series IV Box 5 Folder 14 Item 353

    Turning Home (Far off a window's flower of light...), September 6, 1937 12 lines on 1p.

    [New York Times] p.?

    series IV Box 5 Folder 15 Item 354

    The Valentine (The paper lace has faded with the wreath...), February 1940 14 lines on 1p.

    Extension Magazine. p.41.

    series IV Box 5 Folder 15 Item 355

    Visitors (His house and fields are far from town--...), October 1939 20 lines on 1p.

    [Saint Nicholas] [Volume 66] p.[8] With AN.

    series IV Box 5 Folder 15 Item 356

    The Voice (Crowds swept through canyons of the patterned stone--...), September 1940 14 lines on 1p.

    Extension Magazine. p.56.

    series IV Box 5 Folder 15 Item 357

    Voyages (These are the voyages that started out...), February 5, 1938 14 lines on 1p.

    Ave Maria. p.169.

    series IV Box 5 Folder 15 Item 358

    Wagon In The Lane (See the hay-load billow high,...), circa 1940 19 lines on 1p.

    [Christian Science Monitor, Home Forum] p.?

    series IV Box 5 Folder 15 Item 359

    The Wagons Come At Sunset (The wagons come at sunset from the fields,...), October 12, 1940 14 lines on 1p.

    Ave Maria. p.458.

    series IV Box 5 Folder 15 Item 360

    The Wall (A high wall is between our places--...), July 27, 1942 16 lines on 1p.

    Christian Science Monitor, Home Forum. p.6.

    series IV Box 5 Folder 15 Item 361

    A Wanderer's Drinking Song (Of the wines of the South I have quaffed the best,...), undated 24 lines on 1p.

    [unidentified] p.?

    series IV Box 5 Folder 15 Item 362

    Wash Day In The Tropics (Adventures in Homemaking) (A wash day was a serious matter--...), August 20, 1937 28 lines on 1p.

    Christian Science Monitor. p.8.

    series IV Box 5 Folder 15 Item 363

    Watercress (The rhythmic stems of jade, below...), July 1939 16 lines on 1p.

    [Household Magazine] p.?

    series IV Box 5 Folder 15 Item 364

    The Wedge Of Wings (Into the gray sky, over me...), November 1938 16 lines on 1p.

    Atlantic Monthly. [Volume 162, number 5] p.698 with Glenn Ward Dresbach's ms. printed signature.

    series IV Box 5 Folder 15 Item 365

    What We Defend (Ask all men what we defend, and each may make...), July 1942 37 lines on 1p. Illustration

    Holland's. Volume 61, number 7; p.? With Glenn Ward Dresbach's autographed inscription.

    series IV Box 5 Folder 15 Item 366

    When The Cows Come Home (When the cows come home along...), July 12, 1937 12 lines on 1p.

    [New York Sun] p.?

    series IV Box 5 Folder 15 Item 367

    Where Dreams Have Been (Where stars have glowed in water, brightness stays...), July 15, 1945 14 lines on 1p.

    [unidentified] p.?

    series IV Box 5 Folder 15 Item 368

    Where Gypsy Wagons Stood (I know the place where gypsy wagons stood--...), May 17, 1937 14 lines on 1p.

    [Knickerbocker Press (Albany, New York)] p.?

    series IV Box 5 Folder 15 Item 369

    Where Summer Passed (The wild rose petals drifted down,...), September 19, 1939 18 lines on 1p.

    [Christian Science Monitor] p.? With AN.

    series IV Box 5 Folder 15 Item 370

    The White Cane (He'd jostled her a little in the crowd,...), March 1939 16 lines on 1p.

    [Extension Magazine] p.? With AN.

    series IV Box 5 Folder 15 Item 371

    White Processionals (The white floss had been given...), September 1938 24 lines on 1p.

    The Christian Home (Nashville, Tennessee) p.12 Attaching cover.

    series IV Box 5 Folder 15 Item 372

    Wild Goose Feather (There it was when he came,...), circa 1941 16 lines on 1p.

    [New York Times?] p.?

    series IV Box 5 Folder 15 Item 373

    Wild Honey (The late bees come, with a dust of gold...), undated 24 lines on 1p.

    [Holland's] p.? With AN.

    series IV Box 5 Folder 15 Item 374

    Wild Honey (The late bees come, with a dust of gold...), July 3, 1941 14 lines on 1p.

    [Newport (Rhode Island) News] p.?

    series IV Box 5 Folder 15 Item 375

    Wild Rose (You have lost a petal or two...), undated 16 lines on 1p.

    [Talaria] p.?

    series IV Box 5 Folder 15 Item 376

    Wild Rose (You have lost a petal or two...), undated 16 lines on 1p.

    [Mariposa (California) Gazette] p.? With AN

    series IV Box 5 Folder 16 Item 377

    Wild Stallion (They have roped him at last and brought him in from the sage,...), 1940 24 lines on 1p.

    [Holland's] p.?

    series IV Box 5 Folder 16 Item 378

    Wild Strawberries (You happen upon them like lovely things...), July 1937 16 lines on 1p.

    [Pictorial Review] Volume 38; p.[74]

    series IV Box 5 Folder 16 Item 379

    A Willow Dam (Just the right touch of beauty needed here...), April 1938 17 lines on 1p.

    [Lawrence (Massachusetts) Tribune] p.? [slightly damaged]

    series IV Box 5 Folder 16 Item 380

    The Willow Dam (One spring, when the meadow brook had torn...), undated 26 lines on 1p.

    [Holland's] p.? With AN.

    series IV Box 5 Folder 16 Item 381

    Willow Whistle (Boy with the willow whistle blow...), May 1939 20 lines on 2p.

    Step Ladder volume 19, number 5; pp.121-122. One of three poems, with heading Earth Renewed; Three Poems of Spring, which include the following: Orchard Spring (Here moves a fragrance that enthralls the sense,...) 14 lines on 1p. p.122.; Wild Geese Again (Wild geese again in the night,...) 12 lines on 1p. p.122.

    series IV Box 5 Folder 16 Item 382

    A Willow Whistle (Cloud-ships are riding the rainbow billows...), undated 18 lines on 1p.

    [unidentified] p.?

    series IV Box 5 Folder 16 Item 383

    A Willow Whistle (This is not only a willow whistle...), August 1940 18 lines on 1p.

    The Sign. p.29.

    series IV Box 5 Folder 16 Item 384

    Wind In The Corn (The corn shut out the world...), July 27, 1940 22 lines on 1p.

    Christian Science Monitor [Magazine Section] p.[12]

    series IV Box 5 Folder 16 Item 385

    The Windows (The windows of my house are high--...), May 22, 1942 10 lines on 1p.

    Christian Science Monitor, Home Forum. p.8. With AN.

    series IV Box 5 Folder 16 Item 386

    Wings (Each spring we watch the birds...), May 1939 16 lines on 1p.

    [Church School Magazine] p.? With AN.

    series IV Box 5 Folder 16 Item 387

    Winter Chores (Sometimes, with hush of snow about me now,...), January 27, 1940 14 lines on 1p.

    Ave Maria. p.124.

    series IV Box 5 Folder 16 Item 388

    Winter Music (Now listen closely if you hope to hear...), February 17, 1940 14 lines on 1p. Illustration

    Epworth Herald. p.105.

    series IV Box 5 Folder 16 Item 389

    Winter Wheat (Recently I have planted here,...), December 17, 1942 18 lines on 1p.

    Christian Science Monitor, Home Forum. p.8.

    series IV Box 5 Folder 16 Item 390

    Witches' Song (No one now believes in witches--...), August 1921 13 lines on 1p.

    [All's Well] p.? With AN.

    series IV Box 5 Folder 16 Item 391

    The Wood Lot (He keeps it while the fields have grown...), undated 32 lines on 1p.

    [unidentified] p.?

    series IV Box 5 Folder 16 Item 392

    Woodland Bridge (This bridge of timbers aged in sun...), November 20, 1936 22 lines on 1p.

    Commonweal. [Volume 25, number 4] p.99. Typographical error of one letter in one word, line 19, corrected by Glenn Ward Dresbach.

    series IV Box 5 Folder 16 Item 393

    Woodland Bridge (No one comes this way any more--...), December 20, 1941 12 lines on 1p.

    [Christian Science Monitor] p.? With AN.

    series IV Box 5 Folder 16 Item 394

    Woodland In Winter (On dark boughs braving the metallic sky...), circa 1933-1934 14 lines on 1p. Illustration

    Trails. p.2.

    series IV Box 5 Folder 16 Item 395

    Woodland In Winter (On dark boughs braving the metallic sky...), April 1934 14 lines on 1p.

    [Columbia (South Carolina) State] p.?

    series IV Box 5 Folder 16 Item 396

    A Woodland Spring (It was as if an Indian Princess stood...), April 1939 27 lines on 1p.

    [Saint Nicholas] [Volume 66] p.[17] With AN.

    series 5: Whole issues of periodicals containing articles about Glenn Ward Dresbach and his work,

    1938-1950, 1960-1968

    Arranged chronologically.

    series V Box 5 Item 1

    Milledgeville (Illinois) Free Press. Volume 53, number 46, May 12, 1938 37 inches on pp.1, 10.

    Lanark Poet Interviewed By Free Press; Work Has Won Recognition Internationally Lover Outdoor Life; By Deam Brooks.

    series V Box 5 Item 2

    The Lanark (Illinois) Gazette. [Volume 76] Issue 30, August 23, 1939 10 inches on p. 1.

    The [speaker of the day at Old Settlers' Day celebration], Glenn Ward Dresbach, held the audience in a remarkable way...

    series V Box 5 Item 3

    The Step Ladder (Chicago, Illinois) volume 27, number 2, February 1940 9 inches on p.26.

    ...Prize Awards...to Glenn Ward Dresbach...) By John Hoks.

    series V Box 5 Item 4

    The American Mercury (New York, New York) volume 52, number 205, January 1941 2 inches on p.122.

    ...I can't remember when I have seen...finer sonnets than... Glenn Ward Dresbach's in the November Mercury. [Letter from reader Jessie Farnham of Cincinnati]

    series V Box 5 Item 5

    Eureka Springs (Arkansas) Flashlight. Volume 60, number 150, January 24, 1943 2 1/2 inches on p.1.

    Ozark Artists And Writers Convention; By J.L. Russell mentions Glenn Ward Dresbach as the leading attraction.

    series V Box 5 Item 6

    American Poetry Magazine (American Literary Association Incorporate, Wauwatosa, Wisconsin) volume 25, number 3, September-October 1944 1 1/4 inches on back cover.

    Announcements. The awards for our Anniversary Issue... [include one to Glenn Ward Dresbach]

    series V Box 5 Item 7

    Pen Points (Illinois Woman's Press Association, Chicago, Illinois) volume 62, number 4, December 1946 1/2 inches on p.[2]

    Authors In Arkansas...; [by] Jeanne Cunningham mentions ...Glenn Ward Dresbach, a poet of international importance, and his wife, Beverley Githens, a poet...

    series V Box 5 Item 8

    The American Mercury (New York, New York) volume 67, number 299, November 1948 1/2 inches on p.617.

    The State of Arkansas; By Everett M. Webber (pp.610-618) has brief mention of Glenn Ward Dresbach and Beverley Githens Dresbach.

    series V Box 5 Item 9

    The Progressive Farmer (Mississippi-Arkansas-Louisiana Edition) (Memphis, Tennessee) volume 65, number 12, December 1950 1 3/4 inches on p. 58.

    Christmas 1950; Make It Happy, Keep It Safe; By Sallie Hill... (pp.57-58) has brief mention of Glenn Ward Dresbach's Collected Poems as suggested gift.

    series V Box 5 Item 10

    Indoors (Trust Houses Limited, London). Number 45, December 1960 3 1/2 inches on p.[33]

    Calendar In Arkansas in Jim Jay's Diary (pp.30-33) has photo of, and 10 lines about, Glenn Ward Dresbach.

    series V Box 5 Item 11

    Spirit, A Magazine Of Poetry (The Catholic Poetry Society of America, Incorporate, New York, New York) volume 28, number 1, March 1961 1 1/4 inches on p.21.

    The Family Spirit and My 'Spirit' Family; By Sister M. Madeleva, C.S.C. (pp.19-24) has brief mention of Glenn Ward Dresbach and Beverley Githens Dresbach.

    series V Box 5 Item 12

    Arkansas Journal Of Education (Arkansas Education Association, Little Rock) volume 35, number 2, October 1962 69 inches on pp.14-15

    Living Poets Course; By Marguerite Palmer features Glenn Ward Dresbach, includes photo.

    series V Box 5 Item 13

    New Mexico Quarterly (University of New Mexico, Albuquerque) volume 34, number 1, Spring 1964 pp.78-96 complete

    ...Glenn Ward Dresbach, The New Mexico Years, 1915-1920 by Edsel Ford; including bibliography of Glenn Ward Dresbach. Spring.

    series V Box 5 Item 14

    Laurel Leaves (Unites Poets Laureate International, Quezon City, Pacific Island), Autumn 1966 19 1/2 inches on pp.23, 32, 42.

    Captioned photo of Glenn Ward Dresbach and Beverley Githens Dresbach (p.23); Captioned photo of Glenn Ward Dresbach, with brief excerpts of biographical and critical comments from other periodicals (p.32); captioned photo of Beverley Githens Dresbach (p.42). Autumn.

    series V Box 5 Item 15

    Arkansas State (Little Rock) volume 2, number 3, Fall 1967 10 inches on p.7.

    'Arkansas' Mecca Of Poetry is biographical sketch of Glenn Ward Dresbach, with photo. Fall.

    series V Box 5 Item 16

    Canal Record (Panama Canal Society of Florida, Incorporate, Saint Petersburg) volume 2, number 3, September 1968 3 1/2 inches on p. 62.

    Panama Canal Society Of Northwest Arkansas by Blanche E. Shaw (pp.59-62) contains brief obituary notice.

    series 6: Clippings and fragments of publications containing articles about Glenn Ward Dresbach's life and literary career, including critical reviews of his books,

    circa 1909-1968

    Arranged in two subseries.

    subseries A: Clippings of articles about Glenn Ward Dresbach, his life, work, and/or literary career,

    Arranged crhonologically.

    series VI: 1 Box 6 Folder 1 Item 1

    [Lanark (Illinois) Gazette?], May 1, 1909 2 3/4 inches

    On College Magazine Staff [Wisconsin Literary Magazine, University of Wisconsin] As freshman, Glenn Ward Dresbach poet of promise.

    series VI: 1 Box 6 Folder 1 Item 2

    [Madison (Wisconsin) Capitol Times], 1910 2 1/2 inches

    Delta Alpha Initiates. Glenn Ward Dresbach one of six initiated into honorary journalistic fraternity.

    series VI: 1 Box 6 Folder 1 Item 3

    [Lanark (Illinois) Gazette], 1910 2 inches

    Dresbach Heads Magazine. Glenn Ward Dresbach editor-in-chief literary magazine.

    series VI: 1 Box 6 Folder 1 Item 4

    [Lanark (Illinois) Gazette?], circa 1914 3 inches

    Dresbach Successful Poet Quotation from Colon, C.Z. Newspaper regarding Glenn Ward Dresbach's publications in periodicals and his repute.

    series VI: 1 Box 6 Folder 1 Item 5

    [Madison (Wisconsin) Journal], December 4, 1915 3 1/4 inches

    Glenn Ward Dresbach announces forthcoming publication of The Road To Everywhere.

    series VI: 1 Box 6 Folder 1 Item 6

    [unidentified newspaper], circa 1917 2 inches

    Private In Medical Corps Promoted; Also Gets Honor as Writer. Glenn Ward Dresbach's promotion to Sergeant at Camp Cody, Deming, New Mexico In The Paths Of The Wind to be published soon.

    series VI: 1 Box 6 Folder 1 Item 7

    [El Paso (Texas) newspaper], circa 1921-1922 2 1/2 inches

    El Paso Poet Is Winning Recognition; Work Will Rank High. Glenn Ward Dresbach receiving attention in the literary world.

    series VI: 1 Box 6 Folder 1 Item 8

    Chicago (Illinois) Sunday Tribune, January 27, 1924 12 inches

    Authors Honored At Dinner. Glenn Ward Dresbach one of four literary figures in photo as dinner guests of Allied Arts Association.

    series VI: 1 Box 6 Folder 1 Item 9

    Chicago (Illinois) Tribune, circa 1926 2 inches

    Meetings and Lectures. Glenn Ward Dresbach guest of honor at Bookfellows Poetry circle meeting.

    series VI: 1 Box 6 Folder 1 Item 10

    Chicago (Illinois) Evening Post, November 5, 1926 5 1/2 inches

    Allied Arts Dinner. Glenn Ward Dresbach to be guest of honor; author of five books with another in press.

    series VI: 1 Box 6 Folder 1 Item 11

    [Monett (Missouri) Daily Times?], circa 1927 9 1/2 inches

    Glenn Ward Dresbach Entertains. Glenn Ward Dresbach principal speaker at meeting in interest of Monett public library.

    series VI: 1 Box 6 Folder 1 Item 12

    Savanna (Illinois) Times-Journal, circa 1927 10 inches

    Poet Delights Halcyon Club With Reading. Last part only of article but gives titles of poems read.

    series VI: 1 Box 6 Folder 1 Item 13

    Savanna (Illinois) Times-Journal, November 17, 1927 7 inches

    Great Progress In United States Poetry Says Dresbach, by Katherine Meloy. Interview with Glenn Ward Dresbach following program [see number 12]

    series VI: 1 Box 6 Folder 1 Item 14

    Lanark (Illinois) Gazette, circa 1927 9 1/2 inches

    Glenn Ward Dresbach appeared before high school students and read many poems

    series VI: 1 Box 6 Folder 1 Item 15

    The Step Ladder, Chicago, Illinois, February 1, 1930 2 inches

    The George Sterling Award. Glenn Ward Dresbach awarded prize of $100.00 for Autumn Threnody, published in October [1929] issue

    series VI: 1 Box 6 Folder 1 Item 16

    Poetry. Volume 43, number 1, October 1, 1933 p.55 1/4 inches

    News Notes. Glenn Ward Dresbach scheduled to give reading in Illinois Host Building, Chicago World Fair.

    series VI: 1 Box 6 Folder 1 Item 17

    Honolulu (Hawaii) Star-Bulletin, October 21, 1933 4 1/4 inches

    Verse Magazines. Better Verse dedicating second year to Glenn Ward Dresbach who tied for first place in September contest.

    series VI: 1 Box 6 Folder 1 Item 18

    Honolulu (Hawaii) Star-Bulletin, October 28, 1933 2 1/2 inches

    Verse Magazines. Glenn Ward Dresbach contributor to Trails, a magazine of outdoor verse, Esperance, New York.

    series VI: 1 Box 6 Folder 1 Item 19

    Honolulu (Hawaii) Star-Bulletin, November 4, 1933 1 inch

    Glenn Ward Dresbach has sonnet published in autumn issue, The Gypsy, Cincinnati, Ohio.

    series VI: 1 Box 6 Folder 1 Item 20

    Honolulu (Hawaii) Star-Bulletin, January 20, 1934 2 inches

    Verse Magazines. Glenn Ward Dresbach contributor in Autumn issue of Adamant, a new quarterly of verse.

    series VI: 1 Box 6 Folder 1 Item 21

    [Knoxville (Tennessee) Journal], April 17, 1934 9 inches

    Glenn Dresbach, Noted Poet, Comes Here And Takes Position With TVA. Interview includes quotations, physical description, and career highlights.

    series VI: 1 Box 6 Folder 1 Item 22

    Knoxville (Tennessee) News Sentinal, April 17, 1934 14 inches

    Dresbach, Noted Poet, Joins TVA. Interview covers business, military and literary career. Photo.

    series VI: 1 Box 6 Folder 1 Item 23

    Knoxville (Tennessee) Journal, April 19, 1934 4 1/2 inches

    TVA Accountant And Wife [caption above photos of Glenn Ward Dresbach and Mary Angela Boyle Dresbach] Verse Writer Gets TVA Job heading short article covering highlights of literary career.

    series VI: 1 Box 6 Folder 1 Item 24

    Rockford (Illinois) Register-Republic, December 30, 1935 7 inches

    Photo of Glenn Ward Dresbach with caption: Glenn Ward Dresbach of Lanark, Illinois, noted poet...selected for membership in...exclusive London Poets' Club.

    series VI: 1 Box 6 Folder 1 Item 25

    Monett (Illinois) Daily Times, circa 1936 7 1/2 inches

    Mr. and Mrs. Dresbach Guests At Reception. Glenn Ward Dresbach read To The Ozarks (The Land of a Million Smiles); with AN Monnett, Missouri. All this means sales.

    series VI: 1 Box 6 Folder 1 Item 26

    [Rockford (Illinois) Register-Republic?], October 3, 1936 12 inches

    41 Persons In Rockford Area In New Who's Who. Glenn Ward Dresbach among those listed.

    series VI: 1 Box 6 Folder 1 Item 27

    Lawrence (Massachusetts) Tribune, December 11, 1936 1 inch

    Unknown writer attends auction, reminded of Glenn Ward Dresbach's Farm Auction.

    series VI: 1 Box 6 Folder 1 Item 28

    [Lanark (Illinois) Gazette?], circa 1937 4 inches

    Dresbach Elected To Head Lions Club. Re-election as president.

    series VI: 1 Box 6 Folder 1 Item 29

    [Chicago newspaper?], circa 1937 2 3/4 inches

    Glenn Ward Dresbach, Internationally Known Poet, Is Chosen Speaker Glenn Ward Dresbach to speak to Lions International Convention in Chicago, July 21-24.

    series VI: 1 Box 6 Folder 1 Item 30

    [unidentified newspaper], circa 1937 2 1/2 inches

    Glenn W. Dresbach To Be On Program. The Gourd At The Spring, accepted by Saturday Evening Post will be read at conclusion of Glenn Ward Dresbach's speech, Lions International Convention.

    series VI: 1 Box 6 Folder 2 Item 31

    [Chicago, (Illinois) newspaper?], July 16, 1937 10 inches

    Lanark Poet To Preside At Lions Meet In Chicago. Glenn Ward Dresbach will give address and read poem, recently published in Saturday Evening Post [see number 30]

    series VI: 1 Box 6 Folder 2 Item 32

    Augusta (Georgia) Chronicle, July 25, 1937 14 inches

    Anthology Of Living Poets Shows Them Largely More 'Inglorious' Than Mute. Contemporary American Men Poets, reviewed by Marguerite Steffan with Glenn Ward Dresbach's poems metioned.

    series VI: 1 Box 6 Folder 2 Item 33

    Pasadena (California) Star-News, July 31, 1937 11 inches

    Strong Men Singing; Contemporary American Men Poets Is Anthology Of Varied Verse, by Frances Smith Johnson. Book review in which Glenn Ward Dresbach's poem about wounded hawk is quoted.

    series VI: 1 Box 6 Folder 2 Item 34

    [unidentified Illinois newspaper], September 4, 1937 3 3/4 inches

    Glenn Dresbach, Lanark, Winner Of Sonnet Prize. Glenn Ward Dresbach wins Lily Reed Zortman prize with Giving.

    series VI: 1 Box 6 Folder 2 Item 35

    [Lanark (Illinois) Gazette?], circa 1937 8 1/2 inches

    New Theatre Dedicated. Glenn Ward Dresbach, as president, Lions Club, gave short speech.

    series VI: 1 Box 6 Folder 2 Item 36

    Lanark (Illinois) Gazette, January 26, 1938 5 inches

    Lions Entertain Guests. Glenn Ward Dresbach as master of ceremonies reviewed accomplishments for year.

    series VI: 1 Box 6 Folder 2 Item 37

    [Lanark (Illinois) Gazette?], circa 1938 5 1/2 inches

    World Famous Poet To Give Talk In Forreston. Glenn Ward Dresbach to speak February 10 at meeting of Ogle County Schoolmasters' Club. Photo.

    series VI: 1 Box 6 Folder 2 Item 38

    [Lanark (Illinois) Gazette?], circa 1938 5 1/2 inches

    World Famous Poet To Give Talk In Forreston. Glenn Ward Dresbach to speak February 10 at meeting of Ogle County Schoolmasters' Club. Photo.

    series VI: 1 Box 6 Folder 2 Item 39

    Freeport (Illinois) Journal-Standard, circa 1938 11 1/2 inches

    Illinois Poet Guest Saturday Of Woman's Club, by Grace W. Zeiders. Glenn Ward Dresbach read many poems [titles listed] with brief comments on each.

    series VI: 1 Box 6 Folder 2 Item 40

    Freeport (Illinois) Journal-Standard, circa 1938 3 1/2 inches

    Glenn Ward Dresbach Guest of Dr. and Mrs. William L. Karcher Saturday Night.

    series VI: 1 Box 6 Folder 2 Item 41

    Lanark (Illinois) Gazette, May 11, 1938 7 inches

    Glenn Ward Dresbach Principle [sic] Speaker at State Lions Convention. Glenn Ward Dresbach to speak on Tuesday, May 17, in Freeport, Illinois.

    series VI: 1 Box 6 Folder 2 Item 42

    Sterling (Illinois) Daily Gazette, May 12, 1938 32 inches

    [damaged] ... Lanark ... Won Acclaim For Many Works, by Dean Brooks. Lengthy report of interview covering physical description, personall comments, biographical notes, and literary career.

    series VI: 1 Box 6 Folder 3 Item 43

    [Lanark (Illinois) Gazette?], circa 1938 1/2 inch

    Mention The Cave in this week's Saturday Evening Post.

    series VI: 1 Box 6 Folder 3 Item 44

    Lanark (Illinois) Gazette, circa 1938 2 3/4 inches

    To All Patriotic Organizations. Notice to meet for Memorial Day parade signed by Glenn Ward Dresbach as Commander, American Legion, Post 857.

    series VI: 1 Box 6 Folder 3 Item 45

    Lanark (Illinois) Gazette, June 1, 1938 1/4 inch

    Memorial Week End. Glenn Ward Dresbach master of ceremonies

    series VI: 1 Box 6 Folder 3 Item 46

    Lanark (Illinois) Gazette, circa 1938 3 inches

    Dresbach Scores Again. Glenn Ward Dresbach wins Pictorial Review contest with Sent For Water, to be read over NBC network June 8; with AN [Beverley Githens Dresbach] The Lanark (Illinois) Gazette sometime in the 1930s but Glenn doesn't remember when. [see Series 2, number 919]

    series VI: 1 Box 6 Folder 3 Item 47

    Forreston (Illinois) Journal, February 2, 1939 6 inches

    To Appear Here. Glenn Ward Dresbach to give program for Ogle County Schoolmasters' Club. Photo.

    series VI: 1 Box 6 Folder 3 Item 48

    Forreston (Illinois) Journal, circa 1939 5 1/2 inches

    Famous Poet Will Give Address Here. Glenn Ward Dresbach to give program for Ogle County Schoolmasters' Club; with this item giving more details about Glenn Ward Dresbach.

    series VI: 1 Box 6 Folder 3 Item 49

    Rockford (Illinois) Star, February 4, 1939 6 inches

    Ogle Schoolmasters To Hear Poet. Photo. Brief synopsis of Glenn Ward Dresbach's life and career.

    series VI: 1 Box 6 Folder 3 Item 50

    Chicago (Illinois) Daily Tribune, February 22, 1939 2 1/2 inches

    Carroll County Observes 100th Anniversary Today. Glenn Ward Dresbach to be principal speaker.

    series VI: 1 Box 6 Folder 3 Item 51

    Chicago (Illinois) Daily Tribune, February 22, 1939 4 inches

    Glenn Ward Dresbach, Famous Poet, At Woman's Club Saturday Afternoon. Glenn Ward Dresbach to read most popular and latest poems at Freeport Woman's Club meeting; attaching: banner, Chicago Daily Tribune.

    series VI: 1 Box 6 Folder 3 Item 52

    [Galena (Illinois) Daily Gazette?], circa 1939 2 inches

    Notice Woman's Club Members. Glenn Ward Dresbach to be speaker.

    series VI: 1 Box 6 Folder 3 Item 53

    Galena (Illinois) Daily Gazette, March 28, 1939 9 inches

    Glenn Ward Dresbach On Galena Woman's Club Program Tomorrow. Glenn Ward Dresbach praised highly and metion is made of literary prowess, with excerpts from books reviews.

    series VI: 1 Box 6 Folder 3 Item 54

    Mount Morris (Illinois) Index, March 31, 1939 10 1/2 inches

    Glenn Ward Dresbach To Address Woman's Club Members.... Article covers Glenn Ward Dresbach's life and literary career to date.

    series VI: 1 Box 6 Folder 3 Item 55

    Lanark (Illinois) Gazette, circa 1939 4 inches

    59th Alumni Date Is Set For Friday, June 9. Glenn Ward Dresbach is president for event. (see number 57)

    series VI: 1 Box 6 Folder 3 Item 56

    Freeport (Illinois) Journal-Standard, circa 1939 4 inches

    Lanark Poet Is Invited To Be Guest At Fair. Glenn Ward Drsbach invited to be guest of honor on National Poetry Day, New York World's Fair, May 26. Manuscript of The Little Spring to be included in brochure.

    series VI: 1 Box 6 Folder 3 Item 57

    Lanark (Illinois) Gazette, circa June 1939 8 1/2 inches

    Alumni Banquet. Lanark High School Alumni meet with Glenn Ward Dresbach 1939 President of the Association.

    series VI: 1 Box 6 Folder 3 Item 58

    Freeport (Illinois) Journal-Standard, July 25, 1939 10 inches

    Lanark Poet, Glenn Ward Dresbach, Says American Poetry Must Keep Free Of Propaganda Strain. Associated Press interview with quotations of Glenn Ward Dresbach's comments, biographical paragraph, and mention of literary work; attaching: Banner, Freeport Journal Standard.

    series VI: 1 Box 6 Folder 3 Item 59

    [unidentified Illinois newspaper], circa 1939 15 inches

    'Poetry Should Stand On Own Feet' Dresbach; Eminent Local Poet Gives Opinion In Associated Press Interview. [see number 58]

    series VI: 1 Box 6 Folder 3 Item 60

    Freeport (Illinois) Journal-Standard, August 4, 1939 4 inches

    Poet. Photo with brief note that Glenn Ward Dresbach will deliver address at Old Settlers Reunion, Lanark, August 17.

    series VI: 1 Box 6 Folder 3 Item 61

    Lanark (Illinois) Gazette, September 20, 1939 1 1/2 inches

    Dresbach Writes With 'Touch Of Gold' . Glenn Ward Dresbach sold Squirrels to Saturday Evening Post for $60.00.

    series VI: 1 Box 6 Folder 4 Item 62

    Kalamazoo (Michigan) Gazette, October 2, 1939 14 inches

    Bookfellows To Use Center For Literary Meets, by Charles A. Weissart. Glenn Ward Dresbach, one of central figures at session, read some of latest poems. Some biographical and career information.

    series VI: 1 Box 6 Folder 4 Item 63

    Stockton (Illinois) Herald News, November 16, 1939 13 inches

    Meet Man From 'Who's Who' At Veterans' Rally. Writer of article gives physical description of Glenn Ward Dresbach, biographical material, and brief character analysis. [torn]

    series VI: 1 Box 6 Folder 4 Item 64

    [Lanark (Illinois) Gazette?], circa 1939 1 3/4 inches

    In New Magazine. The Adventurer to appear in first issue Scribners-Commentator [November 1939]

    series VI: 1 Box 6 Folder 4 Item 65

    Freeport (Illinois) Journal-Standard, April 11, 1940 4 inches

    Carroll County Club Women To Meet At Lanark Tuesday. Glenn Ward Dresbach to read poems during luncheon hour

    series VI: 1 Box 6 Folder 4 Item 66

    Freeport (Illinois) Journal-Standard, June 13, 1940 12 inches

    Lanark Poet Is Prize Winner In National Event. Glenn Ward Dresbach awarded Josephine Hanson Logan prize in national contest for a Hamlin Garland Memorial poem, to be published in memorial volume by Order of Bookfellows.

    series VI: 1 Box 6 Folder 4 Item 67

    Jackson (Michigan) Citizen Patriot, September 18, 1940 5 3/4 inches

    Manuscripts In Library Group. First editions and autographed manuscripts of Glenn Ward Dresbach on display in public library. List of books, awards, and other literary achievements cited.

    series VI: 1 Box 6 Folder 4 Item 68

    Stockton (Illinois) Herald News, November 7, 1940 10 inches

    Glenn Ward Dresbach Appears Before Stockton Woman's Club Tuesday. Glenn Ward Dresbach gave program which included biographical sketch, honors received, and reading of poems; with AN November 5, 1940.

    series VI: 1 Box 6 Folder 4 Item 69

    [Savanna (Illinois) Times-Journal?], circa 1940 5 inches

    Poet Glenn Ward Dresbach Speaks At Savanna PTA. Glenn Ward Dresbach read poems, among which was My Christmas Tree, not yet published, gave autographs, and commented on world affairs [n.b. My Christmas Tree published January 1941]

    series VI: 1 Box 6 Folder 4 Item 70

    Fayetteville (Arkansas) Northwest Arkansas Times, October 15, 1941 2 1/2 inches

    Dresbach To Give Reading. Glenn Ward Dresbach, recently come to area, will give reading October 23.

    series VI: 1 Box 6 Folder 4 Item 71

    Fayetteville (Arkansas) Northwest Arkansas Times, October 17, 1941 2 1/2 inches

    Dresbach To Speak To Fayetteville High School Students. Glenn Ward Dresbach will speak at special convocation, October 23. [damaged]

    series VI: 1 Box 6 Folder 4 Item 72

    Fayetteville (Arkansas) Northwest Arkansas Times, October 21, 1941 4 inches

    Glenn W. Dresbach, Widely-Known Poet Will Appear Thursday Night. Glenn Ward Drsbach present poetry recital, sponsored by Altrusa Club, with admission charged. Photo. [damaged]

    series VI: 1 Box 6 Folder 4 Item 73

    [unidentified Arkansas newspaper], circa 1941 7 1/2 inches

    Noted American Poet To Appear In Fayetteville. Mentions Glenn Ward Dresbach's honors with quotes from periodicals about poetry.

    series VI: 1 Box 6 Folder 4 Item 74

    Fayetteville (Arkansas) Northwest Arkansas Times, October 23, 1941 2 inches

    Society News; Daily Calendar Of Events. Dinner for Glenn Ward Dresbach followed by recital.

    series VI: 1 Box 6 Folder 4 Item 75

    Fayetteville (Arkansas) Northwest Arkansas Times, October 24, 1941 8 inches

    1,000 Hear Programs By American Poet Here Yesterday. Glenn Ward Dresbach read from Selected Poems and Collected Poems, giving new and unpublished poems also.

    series VI: 1 Box 6 Folder 4 Item 76

    Fayetteville (Arkansas) Northwest Arkansas Times, October 28, 1941 2 1/2 inches

    Poet Guest of Fayetteville High School Assembly. Glenn Ward Dresbach spoke briefly on education and read poems.

    series VI: 1 Box 6 Folder 5 Item 77

    [unidentified newspaper], circa 1944 2 1/4 inches

    Poem Broadcast On Radio. Old Barn In Winter read on Ted Malone's program: Between The Book Ends.

    series VI: 1 Box 6 Folder 5 Item 78

    Arkansas Gazette (Little Rock). Sunday Magazine Section, February 20, 1944 p.2 45 inches

    Poet Of A Region, by Diana Sherwood. Interview with Glenn Ward Dresbach covering his life, literary career, personal recollections and comments; with AN Should have been many regions. Photos.

    series VI: 1 Box 6 Folder 5 Item 79

    Congregational News (Wilmette, Illinois), etc, January 21 April 14, 1944

    Clippings, mostly undated, from Congregational News and other unidentified periodicals, pertaining to betrothal and marriage (April 9, 1944) of Beverley Githens and Glenn Ward Dresbach.

    series VI: 1 Box 6 Folder 5 Item 80

    Congregational News (Wilmette, Illinois), etc, January 21 April 14, 1944

    Clippings, mostly undated, from Congregational News and other unidentified periodicals, pertaining to betrothal and marriage (April 9, 1944) of Beverley Githens and Glenn Ward Dresbach.

    series VI: 1 Box 6 Folder 5 Item 81

    Congregational News (Wilmette, Illinois), etc, January 21 April 14, 1944

    Clippings, mostly undated, from Congregational News and other unidentified periodicals, pertaining to betrothal and marriage (April 9, 1944) of Beverley Githens and Glenn Ward Dresbach.

    series VI: 1 Box 6 Folder 5 Item 82

    Congregational News (Wilmette, Illinois), etc, January 21 April 14, 1944

    Clippings, mostly undated, from Congregational News and other unidentified periodicals, pertaining to betrothal and marriage (April 9, 1944) of Beverley Githens and Glenn Ward Dresbach.

    series VI: 1 Box 6 Folder 5 Item 83

    Congregational News (Wilmette, Illinois), etc, January 21 April 14, 1944

    Clippings, mostly undated, from Congregational News and other unidentified periodicals, pertaining to betrothal and marriage (April 9, 1944) of Beverley Githens and Glenn Ward Dresbach.

    series VI: 1 Box 6 Folder 5 Item 84

    Congregational News (Wilmette, Illinois), etc, January 21 April 14, 1944

    Clippings, mostly undated, from Congregational News and other unidentified periodicals, pertaining to betrothal and marriage (April 9, 1944) of Beverley Githens and Glenn Ward Dresbach.

    series VI: 1 Box 6 Folder 5 Item 85

    Congregational News (Wilmette, Illinois), etc, January 21 April 14, 1944

    Clippings, mostly undated, from Congregational News and other unidentified periodicals, pertaining to betrothal and marriage (April 9, 1944) of Beverley Githens and Glenn Ward Dresbach.

    series VI: 1 Box 6 Folder 5 Item 86

    Congregational News (Wilmette, Illinois), etc, January 21 April 14, 1944

    Clippings, mostly undated, from Congregational News and other unidentified periodicals, pertaining to betrothal and marriage (April 9, 1944) of Beverley Githens and Glenn Ward Dresbach.

    series VI: 1 Box 6 Folder 5 Item 87

    Congregational News (Wilmette, Illinois), etc, January 21 April 14, 1944

    Clippings, mostly undated, from Congregational News and other unidentified periodicals, pertaining to betrothal and marriage (April 9, 1944) of Beverley Githens and Glenn Ward Dresbach.

    series VI: 1 Box 6 Folder 5 Item 88

    Congregational News (Wilmette, Illinois), etc, January 21 April 14, 1944

    Clippings, mostly undated, from Congregational News and other unidentified periodicals, pertaining to betrothal and marriage (April 9, 1944) of Beverley Githens and Glenn Ward Dresbach.

    series VI: 1 Box 6 Folder 5 Item 89

    Congregational News (Wilmette, Illinois), etc, January 21 April 14, 1944

    Clippings, mostly undated, from Congregational News and other unidentified periodicals, pertaining to betrothal and marriage (April 9, 1944) of Beverley Githens and Glenn Ward Dresbach.

    series VI: 1 Box 6 Folder 5 Item 90

    Congregational News (Wilmette, Illinois), etc, January 21 April 14, 1944

    Clippings, mostly undated, from Congregational News and other unidentified periodicals, pertaining to betrothal and marriage (April 9, 1944) of Beverley Githens and Glenn Ward Dresbach.

    series VI: 1 Box 6 Folder 5 Item 91

    Congregational News (Wilmette, Illinois), etc, January 21 April 14, 1944

    Clippings, mostly undated, from Congregational News and other unidentified periodicals, pertaining to betrothal and marriage (April 9, 1944) of Beverley Githens and Glenn Ward Dresbach.

    series VI: 1 Box 6 Folder 5 Item 92

    Congregational News (Wilmette, Illinois), etc, January 21 April 14, 1944

    Clippings, mostly undated, from Congregational News and other unidentified periodicals, pertaining to betrothal and marriage (April 9, 1944) of Beverley Githens and Glenn Ward Dresbach.

    series VI: 1 Box 6 Folder 5 Item 93

    Lanark (Illinois) Gazette, February 24, 1944 5 1/2 inches

    Lanark's Poet To Again Reside Here. Glenn Ward Dresbach to stay with aged parents and finish Collected Poems. Brief summary of literary achievements.

    series VI: 1 Box 6 Folder 5 Item 94

    South Haven (Michigan) Daily Tribune, June 22, 1944 4 3/4 inches

    Well Known Poet Is Recent Visitor In City. Glenn Ward Dresbach and Beverley Githens Dresbach visit her sister and attend graduation of niece; attaching: Banner of South Haven Daily Tribune, June 22, 1944.

    series VI: 1 Box 6 Folder 5 Item 95

    [Chicago Sunday Tribune?], circa 1945 60 inches

    Fresh From The Hills, by Marge of Sunrise Mountain Farm [sic.] Intimate description of brief visit to Glenn Ward Dresbach and Beverley (Eureka Springs, Arkansas)

    series VI: 1 Box 6 Folder 5 Item 96

    [Who's Who In Chicago and Illinois?], 1945 3 1/2 inches

    Biographical sketch of Glenn Ward Dresbach.

    series VI: 1 Box 6 Folder 5 Item 97

    Eureka Springs (Arkansas) Flashlight, January 2, 1947 12 inches

    Dresbach Named To International Who's Who.

    series VI: 1 Box 6 Folder 5 Item 98

    Arkansas Gazette (Little Rock), January 5, 1947 8 1/2 inches

    State News In Brief: Eureka Springs. Glenn Ward Dresbach notified name will appear in 1947 edition International Who's Who.

    series VI: 1 Box 6 Folder 5 Item 99

    Chicago Sunday Tribune, September 25, 1949 18 inches

    Planning A Great Book? The Ozarks Offer Inspiration, by Marge of Sunrise Mountain Farm. Article with biographical and personal touches about Glenn Ward Dresbach, Beverley Githens Dresbach, and their home.

    series VI: 1 Box 6 Folder 6 Item 100

    Eureka Springs (Arkansas) Times-Echo, March 23, 1961 5 1/2 inches

    Dresbach Poem On NBC Program. Discovery featured by Leon Pearson on radio program: Emphasis.

    series VI: 1 Box 6 Folder 6 Item 101

    Southwest-Times Record (Fort Smith, Arkansas), April 2, 1961 35 inches

    Eureka Springs Poets' Work Is Taught In Public Schools, by Edsel Ford. Account of Glenn Ward Drsebach's poetry being studied at Milledgeville (Illinois) Junior High School, with biographical details and quoted comments. Photo.

    series VI: 1 Box 6 Folder 6 Item 102

    Kansas City (Missouri) Star, September 23, 1962 80 inches

    A Famous Mid-Western Poet Reviews His Long Career, by Thorpe Menn. Interview (based on phonotape, see series 9, number 120) which includes biographical material, comments by Glenn Ward Dresbach on poetry and poets, reminiscences, and The Last Corn Shock printed complete. Photo.

    series VI: 1 Box 6 Folder 6 Item 103

    Christian Science Monitor, June 7, 1963 16 inches

    Poet Honored By University of Wisconsin. Glenn Ward Dresbach to be nominated as Honorary Chancellor. Biographical material.

    series VI: 1 Box 6 Folder 6 Item 104

    Atlanta (Georgia) Journal and Constitution, September 8, 1963 18 1/2 inches

    Hear Glenn Ward Dresbach; 'Beat' Poets Stir Contempt In A United State Master Of Verse, by Robert D. Carey. Highlights of literary career, with quoted comments by Glenn Ward Dresbach.

    series VI: 1 Box 6 Folder 6 Item 105

    DeLand (Florida) Sun News, September 8, 1963 10 inches

    Poet Spends Life Fighting 'Fake' Poetry. AN LouisHad you seen this? ... Fred.

    series VI: 1 Box 6 Folder 6 Item 106

    Grand Rapids (Michigan) Press, September 8, 1963 14 inches

    A Poet's Contempt; Frail, Aging Mountain Dweller Decries The Beats, Exhibitionists.

    series VI: 1 Box 6 Folder 6 Item 107

    Joliet (Illinois) Herald News, September 8, 1963 13 inches

    Leading Poet Calls For Honest Writing.

    series VI: 1 Box 6 Folder 6 Item 108

    New York Herald Tribune, September 8, 1963 17 1/2 inches

    Lyric Poet Dresbach Still Fighting The Phony.

    series VI: 1 Box 6 Folder 6 Item 109

    [Rockford (Illinois) Register-Republic?], circa 1963 18 inches

    Poet Continues War on 'Phonies' .

    series VI: 1 Box 6 Folder 6 Item 110

    Rocky Mountain News (Denver, Colorado), September 8, 1963 10 1/2 inches

    Poet Wars With Beatniks.

    series VI: 1 Box 6 Folder 6 Item 111

    Southwest-Times Record (Fort Smith, Arkansas), September 8, 1963 27 inches

    Dresbach Fights 'Phony' in United States Poetry. Photo

    series VI: 1 Box 6 Folder 6 Item 112

    State Journal (Lansing, Michigan), September 8, 1963 11 1/2 inches

    Aging Poet Scornful Of 'Beat' Verse

    series VI: 1 Box 6 Folder 6 Item 113

    Hot Springs (Arkansas) Sentinel-Record, September 9, 1963 16 1/2 inches

    Arkansas Poet Carries On Crusade Against Modernistic Poetry Trends.

    series VI: 1 Box 6 Folder 6 Item 114

    [Terre Haute (Indiana) Tribune-Star?], circa 1963 11 inches

    Man's Crusade Against 'Phony' Poetry Pushed. AN Terre Haute.

    series VI: 1 Box 6 Folder 6 Item 115

    Springfield (Missouri) Daily News, September 20, 1963 11 inches

    Poet Blasts Newer Stuff.

    series VI: 1 Box 6 Folder 6 Item 116

    Providence (Rhode Island) Journal, September 23, 1963 22 1/2 inches

    Beat Poet This Poet's Bete Noire. The Little Ships That Never Sail ends article.

    series VI: 1 Box 6 Folder 6 Item 117

    Dallas (Texas) Times Herald, October 9, 1963 22 1/2 inches

    Prize-Winning Poet Pushes Crusade Against Phonies. AN Greetings. Good Luck.

    series VI: 1 Box 6 Folder 7 Item 118

    Southwest-Times Record (Fort Smith, Arkansas), October 13, 1963 5 3/4 inches

    Poetry Club Will Honor Dresbach, by Luch Thomas. Glenn Ward Dresbach to be presented with certificate of appreciation at Fort Smith Poetry Club meeting. Edsel Ford to discuss Glenn Ward Dresbach's career and read from Collected Poems, 1914-1948.

    series VI: 1 Box 6 Folder 7 Item 119

    Eureka Springs (Arkansas) Times-Echo, November 7, 1963 9 inches

    At Poetry Day Observances. Photo of Edsel Ford accepting honor plaque for Glenn Ward Dresbach, following program in his honor. Presentation by Rosa Zagnoni Marinoni.

    series VI: 1 Box 6 Folder 7 Item 120

    El Dorado (Arkansas) Daily News, November 17, 1963 57 inches

    Features Of The Week, by Ruth Malone. Article includes biographical material, highlights of poetic career, Glenn Ward Dresbach's quoted comments, and Discovery [entire poem] Photos.

    series VI: 1 Box 6 Folder 7 Item 121

    Texarkana (Arkansas) Gazette, November 17, 1963 53 inches

    This Poet Chose Arkansas; Dresbach's Poetry Flows out of Ozarks, by Ruth Malone. Photos [cf number 120]

    series VI: 1 Box 6 Folder 7 Item 122

    Hot Springs (Arkansas) Sentinel-Record, November 19, 1963 58 inches

    Famous Poet At Eureka Springs Has Won International Audience, by Ruth Malone. Photos [cf number 120, 121]

    series VI: 1 Box 6 Folder 7 Item 123

    Camden (Arkansas) News, November 21, 1963 56 inches

    Famous Poet In Arkansas, by Ruth Malone. Photos. [cf numbers 120-122]

    series VI: 1 Box 6 Folder 7 Item 124

    Daily Banner-News (Magnolia, Arkansas), December 4, 1963 41 inches

    Distinguished Poet Makes His Home At Eureka Springs, by Ruth Malone. [cf numbers 120-123]

    series VI: 1 Box 6 Folder 7 Item 125

    Houston (Texas) Chronicle, December 1, 1963 13 inches

    The Anti-Obfuscation Crusade, by Mary Lasswell. Highlights from article by Ruth Malone. [see number 120-124.]

    series VI: 1 Box 6 Folder 8 Item 126

    Southwest-Times Record (Fort Smith, Arkansas), February 9, 1964 7 1/2 inches

    Dresbach In British Anthology, by Luch Thomas. Glenn Ward Dresbach requested by Elizabeth Goudge for permission to use Through The Blowing Leaves and Ship's Bell in her forthcoming anthology.

    series VI: 1 Box 6 Folder 8 Item 127

    Eureka Springs (Arkansas) Times-Echo, March 19, 1964 15 3/4 inches

    Arkansas Books Studied In Illinois High School. Photo of Thomas Stuart Clework (Milledgeville, Illinois) and students with books by Glenn Ward Dresbach, Beverley Githens Dresbach, Edsel Ford et al.

    series VI: 1 Box 6 Folder 8 Item 128

    Southwest-Times Record (Fort Smith, Arkansas), August 30, 1964 51 1/2 inches

    Dresbach; Two Lifetimes In 75 Years, by Eric Allen. Interview occasioned by Glenn Ward Dresbach's approaching 75th birthday, combines biographical material, physical description, and Glenn Ward Dresbach's quoted comments, mainly on modern poets and poetry.

    series VI: 1 Box 6 Folder 8 Item 129

    Eureka Springs (Arkansas) Times-Echo, September 3, 1964 26 1/2 inches

    Greetings To Glenn Ward Dresbach On 75th Birthday, September Ninth. Glenn Ward Dresbach receiving greetings from eminent people, friends, critics, with those from President Johnson, Governor Faubus, James W. Fulbright and James W. Trimble quoted. Photo.

    series VI: 1 Box 6 Folder 8 Item 130

    Arkansas Democrat (Little Rock, Arkansas) Sunday Magazine Section, September 6, 1964 pp. 4 and 5. 2p.

    A Poet And A Birthday... 'Why All The Fuss?' Asks Glenn Ward Dresbach, by Edsel Ford. Tribute to Glenn Ward Dresbach touching on his literary career and his influence on young writers, with quoted comments, by Glenn Ward Dresbach and lines from several poems. Photos.

    series VI: 1 Box 6 Folder 8 Item 131

    Rogers (Arkansas) Sunday News, September 6, 1964 29 1/2 inches [2p.]

    Eureka Springs Poet Among Distinguished, by Edsel Ford. Summary of life and literary career. Photo.

    series VI: 1 Box 6 Folder 8 Item 132

    [Arkansas Gazette (Little Rock)], September 7, 1964 6 1/2 inches

    State Poet To Observe 75th Birthday. Brief summary of congratulatory messages and literary career.

    series VI: 1 Box 6 Folder 8 Item 133

    Springfield (Missouri) Daily News, September 10, 1964 5 1/2 inches

    Dresbach Is 75, by Edsel Ford. Brief summary of literary career, citing Collected Poems, 1914-1948. Article is follower by announcement signed by Beverley Githens Dresbach that a copy of this book will be second prize in South & West, Incorporate poetry contest

    series VI: 1 Box 6 Folder 9 Item 134

    Piggott (Arkansas) Banner, September 18, 1964 24 inches

    Eureka [sic.] Springs Poet Paid High Honors. Quotations, in part, of congratulatory messges received on 75th birthday from celebrities and enumeration of past honors.

    series VI: 1 Box 6 Folder 9 Item 135

    The Southwesterner (El Paso, Texas), September 1, 1964 47 1/2 inches

    Poet Dresbach Honored on 75th Birthday, by Carl D.W. Hayes. Article on life and literary career, including list of published books and honors received. Photo.

    series VI: 1 Box 6 Folder 9 Item 136

    Crawford County Courier (Van Buren, Arkansas), October 8, 1964 30 inches

    Famous Poet Dresbach Subject Of Contest. Poetry contest in honor of Glenn Ward Dresbach's birthday conducted by Nellie Jennings (Courier). Glenn Ward Dresbach's definition of poetry quoted. Photo.

    series VI: 1 Box 6 Folder 9 Item 137

    Springfield (Missouri) News and Leader, June 6, 1965 71 inches

    Dresbach's Poetry Puts Eureka Springs On Literary Map; 'The Blown Clean Fragrance Of These Hills' , by Edsel Ford. [Quotation in title of article from Nameplate For Our House]

    series VI: 1 Box 6 Folder 9 Item 138

    Arkansas Gazette (Little Rock), August 1, 1965 6 inches

    Ailing Poet Gets Note From LBJ. Glenn Ward Dresbach received encouragement and good wishes from President Johnson.

    series VI: 1 Box 6 Folder 9 Item 139

    Arkansas Gazette (Little Rock), August 11, 1965 7 1/2 inches

    Regards To A Poet. Recognition in editorial column; Autumn Song quoted.

    series VI: 1 Box 6 Folder 9 Item 140

    Christian Science Monitor (Boston, Massachusetts), October 11, 1965 36 1/2 inches

    A Starry Reticence, by Edsel Ford. Description of visit to Glenn Ward Dresbach which includes quotations from poems and mention of The Continuity Of Courage as closing out 75th anniversary year.

    series VI: 1 Box 6 Folder 9 Item 141

    Deming (New Mexico) Headlight, April 18, 1968 45 1/2 inches

    Arkansas Poet Recalls Early Life In This Area, by Carl D. W. Hayes. Biographical, including publication of books in chronological order, with particular reference to years in Southwest. Glenn Ward Dresbach in hospital. Photo.

    series VI: 1 Box 6 Folder 9 Item 142

    Kansas City (Missouri) Times, July 9, 1968 33 inches

    The Message Of Glenn Ward Dresbach, by Edsel Ford. Glenn Ward Dresbach buried July 1, 1968; Edsel Ford writes tribute and quotes appropriate poems.

    series VI: 1 Box 6 Folder 9 Item 143

    Southwest American (Fort Smith, Arkansas), October 16, 1968 37 inches

    4 Area Poets Honored. Glenn Ward Dresbach honored posthumously at Arkansas Poetry Day observance. Photo.

    series VI: 1 Box 6 Folder 9 Item 144

    Clippings, undated MS/PR

    Sixteen unidentified and/or undated clippings and fragments from Better Verse, carious newspapers and other periodicals, pertaining to Glenn Ward Dresbach's poetry readings, honors, American Legion activities, publications, and other aspects of his life, his literary career and his social and civic affairs.

    series VI: 1 Box 6 Folder 9 Item 145

    Clippings, undated MS/PR

    Sixteen unidentified and/or undated clippings and fragments from Better Verse, carious newspapers and other periodicals, pertaining to Glenn Ward Dresbach's poetry readings, honors, American Legion activities, publications, and other aspects of his life, his literary career and his social and civic affairs.

    series VI: 1 Box 6 Folder 9 Item 146

    Clippings, undated MS/PR

    Sixteen unidentified and/or undated clippings and fragments from Better Verse, carious newspapers and other periodicals, pertaining to Glenn Ward Dresbach's poetry readings, honors, American Legion activities, publications, and other aspects of his life, his literary career and his social and civic affairs.

    series VI: 1 Box 6 Folder 9 Item 147

    Clippings, undated MS/PR

    Sixteen unidentified and/or undated clippings and fragments from Better Verse, carious newspapers and other periodicals, pertaining to Glenn Ward Dresbach's poetry readings, honors, American Legion activities, publications, and other aspects of his life, his literary career and his social and civic affairs.

    series VI: 1 Box 6 Folder 9 Item 148

    Clippings, undated MS/PR

    Sixteen unidentified and/or undated clippings and fragments from Better Verse, carious newspapers and other periodicals, pertaining to Glenn Ward Dresbach's poetry readings, honors, American Legion activities, publications, and other aspects of his life, his literary career and his social and civic affairs.

    series VI: 1 Box 6 Folder 9 Item 149

    Clippings, undated MS/PR

    Sixteen unidentified and/or undated clippings and fragments from Better Verse, carious newspapers and other periodicals, pertaining to Glenn Ward Dresbach's poetry readings, honors, American Legion activities, publications, and other aspects of his life, his literary career and his social and civic affairs.

    series VI: 1 Box 6 Folder 9 Item 150

    Clippings, undated MS/PR

    Sixteen unidentified and/or undated clippings and fragments from Better Verse, carious newspapers and other periodicals, pertaining to Glenn Ward Dresbach's poetry readings, honors, American Legion activities, publications, and other aspects of his life, his literary career and his social and civic affairs.

    series VI: 1 Box 6 Folder 9 Item 151

    Clippings, undated MS/PR

    Sixteen unidentified and/or undated clippings and fragments from Better Verse, carious newspapers and other periodicals, pertaining to Glenn Ward Dresbach's poetry readings, honors, American Legion activities, publications, and other aspects of his life, his literary career and his social and civic affairs.

    series VI: 1 Box 6 Folder 9 Item 152

    Clippings, undated MS/PR

    Sixteen unidentified and/or undated clippings and fragments from Better Verse, carious newspapers and other periodicals, pertaining to Glenn Ward Dresbach's poetry readings, honors, American Legion activities, publications, and other aspects of his life, his literary career and his social and civic affairs.

    series VI: 1 Box 6 Folder 9 Item 153

    Clippings, undated MS/PR

    Sixteen unidentified and/or undated clippings and fragments from Better Verse, carious newspapers and other periodicals, pertaining to Glenn Ward Dresbach's poetry readings, honors, American Legion activities, publications, and other aspects of his life, his literary career and his social and civic affairs.

    series VI: 1 Box 6 Folder 9 Item 154

    Clippings, undated MS/PR

    Sixteen unidentified and/or undated clippings and fragments from Better Verse, carious newspapers and other periodicals, pertaining to Glenn Ward Dresbach's poetry readings, honors, American Legion activities, publications, and other aspects of his life, his literary career and his social and civic affairs.

    series VI: 1 Box 6 Folder 9 Item 155

    Clippings, undated MS/PR

    Sixteen unidentified and/or undated clippings and fragments from Better Verse, carious newspapers and other periodicals, pertaining to Glenn Ward Dresbach's poetry readings, honors, American Legion activities, publications, and other aspects of his life, his literary career and his social and civic affairs.

    series VI: 1 Box 6 Folder 9 Item 156

    Clippings, undated MS/PR

    Sixteen unidentified and/or undated clippings and fragments from Better Verse, carious newspapers and other periodicals, pertaining to Glenn Ward Dresbach's poetry readings, honors, American Legion activities, publications, and other aspects of his life, his literary career and his social and civic affairs.

    series VI: 1 Box 6 Folder 9 Item 157

    Clippings, undated MS/PR

    Sixteen unidentified and/or undated clippings and fragments from Better Verse, carious newspapers and other periodicals, pertaining to Glenn Ward Dresbach's poetry readings, honors, American Legion activities, publications, and other aspects of his life, his literary career and his social and civic affairs.

    series VI: 1 Box 6 Folder 9 Item 158

    Clippings, undated MS/PR

    Sixteen unidentified and/or undated clippings and fragments from Better Verse, carious newspapers and other periodicals, pertaining to Glenn Ward Dresbach's poetry readings, honors, American Legion activities, publications, and other aspects of his life, his literary career and his social and civic affairs.

    series VI: 1 Box 6 Folder 9 Item 159

    Clippings, undated MS/PR

    Sixteen unidentified and/or undated clippings and fragments from Better Verse, carious newspapers and other periodicals, pertaining to Glenn Ward Dresbach's poetry readings, honors, American Legion activities, publications, and other aspects of his life, his literary career and his social and civic affairs.

    series VI: 1 Box 6 Folder 9 Item 160

    Clippings, undated MS/PR

    Sixteen unidentified and/or undated clippings and fragments from Better Verse, carious newspapers and other periodicals, pertaining to Glenn Ward Dresbach's poetry readings, honors, American Legion activities, publications, and other aspects of his life, his literary career and his social and civic affairs.

    subseries B: Clippings of reviews of Glenn Ward Dresbach's books,

    1924, 1926-1929, 1933

    Arranged alphabetically by titles of periodicals in which they appeared within groups for particular books, each of which is arranged chronologically in the order of the dates of the books' publication.

    series VI: 2 Box 6 Folder 10 Item 161

    Reviews of Cliff Dwellings and Other Poems (1926)- All's Well. (Fayetteville, Ark.), March 1, 1927 4 inches.

    Review by Charles Wilson; with AN "All's Well March 1927" and "Wilson" added to name of reviewer.

    series VI: 2 Box 6 Folder 10 Item 162

    Reviews of Cliff Dwellings and Other Poems (1926)- All's Well, May 1, 1927 5 inches.

    Review by Charles Finger?; with AN "All's Well--Finger May, 1927"

    series VI: 2 Box 6 Folder 10 Item 163

    Reviews of Cliff Dwellings and Other Poems (1926)- Atlanta (Ga.) Constitution, March 13, 1927 1.5 inches. Unsigned.

    series VI: 2 Box 6 Folder 10 Item 164

    Reviews of Cliff Dwellings and Other Poems (1926)- Baltimore (Md.) Evening Sun, July 9, 1927 2 inches. Unsigned.

    With AN "E. Sun--Baltimore, July 9" and AN "By Lizette Woodworth Reese"

    series VI: 2 Box 6 Folder 10 Item 165

    Reviews of Cliff Dwellings and Other Poems (1926)- Baltimore (Md.) Evening Sun, July 9, 1927

    series VI: 2 Box 6 Folder 10 Item 166

    Reviews of Cliff Dwellings and Other Poems (1926)- Bookman (New York) Vol. 64, No. 4, June 1, 1927 4 inches

    By Margery Swett Mansfield

    series VI: 2 Box 6 Folder 10 Item 167

    Reviews of Cliff Dwellings and Other Poems (1926)- Boston (Mass.) Globe, "New Volume of Poems by Glenn Ward Dresbach", March 14, 1927 1.5 inches

    series VI: 2 Box 6 Folder 10 Item 168

    Reviews of Cliff Dwellings and Other Poems (1926)- Brooklyn (NY) Citizen. "A Poet of the West" by S. Ribakoff, March 13, 1927 9 inches

    series VI: 2 Box 6 Folder 10 Item 169

    Reviews of Cliff Dwellings and Other Poems (1926)- Christian-Evangelist (Kansas City, MO), circa 1927 4 inches

    series VI: 2 Box 6 Folder 10 Item 170

    Reviews of Cliff Dwellings and Other Poems (1926)- Commonweal (NY), Vol. 7, No. 3, November 30, 1927 2 inches

    Brief review by Thomas Walsh, with AN "The Commonweal, New York 11/30/27"

    series VI: 2 Box 6 Folder 10 Item 171

    Reviews of Cliff Dwellings and Other Poems (1926)- Contemporary Verse (Philadelphia), June-July 1927 2.5 inches

    series VI: 2 Box 6 Folder 10 Item 172

    Reviews of Cliff Dwellings and Other Poems (1926)- Daily Cardinal (Univ. of Wisconsin student paper), circa 1927 18 inches

    "The Open World" by Helen C. White, assistant professor of English

    series VI: 2 Box 6 Folder 10 Item 173

    Reviews of Cliff Dwellings and Other Poems (1926)- Dallas (Tex.) News, April 10, 1927 9.5 inches

    "Southwest Is Interpreted by Glenn Ward Dresbach," by Hilton R. Greer; with an AN [by H.R.G's name] "President of the Poetry Society of Texas."

    series VI: 2 Box 6 Folder 10 Item 174

    Reviews of Cliff Dwellings and Other Poems (1926)- Detroit (Mich.) Free Press, November 7, 1927 1.5 inches

    series VI: 2 Box 6 Folder 10 Item 175

    Reviews of Cliff Dwellings and Other Poems (1926)- Fort Worth (Tex.) Star Telegram, March 27, 1927 15 inches. Damaged.

    "Dresbach's Ripening Promise," by Herbert L. Hughes (Texas Christian University); with AN "It is coming! GWD."

    series VI: 2 Box 6 Folder 10 Item 176

    Reviews of Cliff Dwellings and Other Poems (1926)- Harp (Larned, Kan.), July-August 1927 3 inches

    Review by May Belleville Brown

    series VI: 2 Box 6 Folder 10 Item 177

    Reviews of Cliff Dwellings and Other Poems (1926)- Hartford (Conn.) Courant. "Glenn Dresbach's Gift.", April 24, 1927 6 inches

    series VI: 2 Box 6 Folder 10 Item 178

    Reviews of Cliff Dwellings and Other Poems (1926)- Houston (Tex.) Chronicle, March 13, 1927 8 inches

    series VI: 2 Box 6 Folder 10 Item 179

    Reviews of Cliff Dwellings and Other Poems (1926)- Lariat (Portland, Salem, Ore.), April 1, 1927 1.5 inches

    Error in title corrected in pencil by GWD.

    series VI: 2 Box 6 Folder 10 Item 180

    Reviews of Cliff Dwellings and Other Poems (1926)- Midland (Iowa City, IA.), April 1, 1927 2.5 inches

    Review signed J.T.F.

    series VI: 2 Box 6 Folder 10 Item 181

    Reviews of Cliff Dwellings and Other Poems (1926)- New York Times Book Review, "Three Western Poets Whose Work Is Individual; Glenn Dresbach Is Lyrical, Edwin Piper Dramatic, While Stanley Vestal Revives the Ballad," by Percy Hutchinson, July 17, 1927 47 inches

    series VI: 2 Box 6 Folder 10 Item 182

    Reviews of Cliff Dwellings and Other Poems (1926)- Newark (NJ) Evening News, "Songs of the Desert", April 27, 1927 1 inch

    series VI: 2 Box 6 Folder 10 Item 183

    Reviews of Cliff Dwellings and Other Poems (1926)- Oakland (Calif.) Tribune, April 17, 1927 2.25 inches

    series VI: 2 Box 6 Folder 10 Item 184

    Reviews of Cliff Dwellings and Other Poems (1926)- Outlook (N.Y.), June 1, 1927 1.5 inches

    series VI: 2 Box 6 Folder 11 Item 185

    Reviews of Cliff Dwellings and Other Poems (1926)- Philadelphia (Pa.) Enquirer, July 16, 1927 4.25 inches

    series VI: 2 Box 6 Folder 11 Item 186

    Reviews of Cliff Dwellings and Other Poems (1926)- Poetry: A Magazine of Verse, Vol. 30, No. 6, pp. 349-352, "Desert Music" by Harriet Monroe, September 1, 1927 4 pages

    series VI: 2 Box 6 Folder 11 Item 187

    Reviews of Cliff Dwellings and Other Poems (1926)- Portland (Ore.) Oregonian, May 1, 1927 6 inches

    series VI: 2 Box 6 Folder 11 Item 188

    Reviews of Cliff Dwellings and Other Poems (1926)- Poughkeepsie (NY) Chronicle, July 1, 1927 9 inches

    series VI: 2 Box 6 Folder 11 Item 189

    Reviews of Cliff Dwellings and Other Poems (1926)- Richmond (VA) Times Dispatch, February 20, 1927 0.75 inches

    series VI: 2 Box 6 Folder 11 Item 190

    Reviews of Cliff Dwellings and Other Poems (1926)- Roland Park Company's Magazine (Baltimore, MD), May 1, 1927 3 inches

    "About Books" by Warren Wilmer Brown with AN "By Warren Wilmer Brown. Baltimore, May, 1927"

    series VI: 2 Box 6 Folder 11 Item 191

    Reviews of Cliff Dwellings and Other Poems (1926)- San Francisco (Calif.) Chronicle, Feb. 6, 1927 0.75 inches

    series VI: 2 Box 6 Folder 11 Item 192

    Reviews of Cliff Dwellings and Other Poems (1926)- San Francisco (Calif.) Chronicle, "Pegasus Strides and Prances to Suit All Fancies", May 29, 1927 3 inches

    series VI: 2 Box 6 Folder 11 Item 193

    Reviews of Cliff Dwellings and Other Poems (1926)- Step Ladder (Chicago, IL), April 1, 1927 1 inch

    series VI: 2 Box 6 Folder 11 Item 194

    Reviews of Cliff Dwellings and Other Poems (1926)- Tanager (Grinnell College, IA), July 1, 1927 12 inches (in two pieces)

    "Poems of the Desert" by Miriam E. McNally

    series VI: 2 Box 6 Folder 11 Item 195

    Reviews of Cliff Dwellings and Other Poems (1926)- Tulsa (Okla.) Tribune, "Cliff Dwellers [sic]. By Glenn Ward Dresbach," by J.M.E, March 13, 1927 2.25 inches

    series VI: 2 Box 6 Folder 11 Item 196

    Reviews of Cliff Dwellings and Other Poems (1926)- Voices (NY), Feb. 1927 2 2/3 pages, in two pieces.

    "Sand and Cedar," by Alexander Kinnon Laing, pages 178-180.

    series VI: 2 Box 6 Folder 11 Item 197

    Reviews of Cliff Dwellings and Other Poems (1926)- Unidentified periodical, circa 1926 2.5 inches

    Advertisement with quotations from various reviews.

    series VI: 2 Box 6 Folder 11 Item 198

    Reviews of Cliff Dwellings and Other Poems (1926)- Unidentified periodical, circa 1927 2 pages

    Review by Mary Leedy Flanigan, pages 19-20, with AN "continued on page 20."

    series VI: 2 Box 6 Folder 11 Item 199

    Reviews of The Enchanted Mesa and Other Poems - Poetry: A Magazine of Verse, Vol. 25, No. 1, Oct. 1924 2 pages, in 2 pieces

    "A Book of the Desert," by Margery Swett, pages 47-48

    series VI: 2 Box 6 Folder 11 Item 200

    Reviews of Star-Dust and Stone - Baltimore (MD) Evening Sun, May 14, 1929 2 inches

    series VI: 2 Box 6 Folder 11 Item 201

    Reviews of Star-Dust and Stone - Christian-Evangelist, Jan. 31, 1929 4 inches

    series VI: 2 Box 6 Folder 11 Item 202

    Reviews of Star-Dust and Stone - Poetry Review (London), Vol. 20, 1929 5 pages

    "The Dynamics of Poetry; XXII: Michael Strange--Edgar Lee masters--Mark Van Doren--Glenn Ward Dresbach--Robert Frost--Edward Arlington Robinson," by Alice Hunt Bartlett, pages 199-208

    series VI: 2 Box 6 Folder 11 Item 203

    Reviews of Star-Dust and Stone - Portland (OR) Oregonian, Review by W.A.J, May 5, 1929 4.5 inches

    series VI: 2 Box 6 Folder 11 Item 204

    Reviews of Star-Dust and Stone - Roland Park Company's Magazine, Dec. 1928 9 inches

    "About Books" by Warren Wilmer Brown, with AN "By W.W. Brown" and AN "Baltimore, Warren Wilmer Brown. December, 1928"

    series VI: 2 Box 6 Folder 11 Item 205

    Reviews of This Side of Avalon (1928, Harold Vinal) - Chicago (IL) Evening Post, "Praise and Faint Praise" by Dorothy Dow, circa 1928 17 inches

    series VI: 2 Box 6 Folder 11 Item 206

    Reviews of This Side of Avalon (Reprinted 1933, Bruce Humphries, Inc.)- American Poetry Magazine, Review by Margaret E. Bruner, circa 1933 8 inches

    series VI: 2 Box 6 Folder 11 Item 207

    Reviews of This Side of Avalon (Reprinted 1933, Bruce Humphries, Inc.)- Madison (WI) Times, Oct. 1, 1933 2.25 inches

    series 7: Scrapbooks,

    circa 1907-1915, 1918-1963

    Arranged chronologically.

    series VII Box 7 Item 1

    Scrapbook, circa 1907-1915 1 volume. 23 centimeters. Photo.

    19 photographic post cards (mounted), pertaining to building and completion of Panama Canal.

    series VII Box 7 Item 2

    Scrapbook, 1918-1925 1 volume. 23 centimeters. MS, TS, PR, Photo.

    Clippings, announcements, letters, postcard and list (mounted or laid in), pertaining to Glenn Ward Dresbach's early books. Correspondents include Harriet Monroe, Nettie R. Bohr, John M. Stahl.

    series VII Box 7 Item 3

    Scrapbook, 1928-1929 1 volume. 20 centimeters. MS, PR, Proc PR, Photo.

    Clippings, advertisements, list (mounted or laid in blank-paged, hard-bound dummy of book, Star-Dust and Stone), pertaining to the book and to critical praise of Glenn Ward Dresbach's poems.

    series VII Box 7 Item 4

    Scrapbook, 1929-1930 1 volume. 29 centimeters. MS, PR, MS/PR, Photo.

    Clippings, advertisements, lists, photograph (mounted or laid in), pertaining to book, The Wind in the Cedars and to friendship with Charles Joseph Finger.

    series VII Box 7 Item 5

    Scrapbook, 1931-1933 1 volume. 28 centimeters. MS, TS, PR, Proc PR.

    Clippings, advertisements, announcements, correspondence, invitations, program, list (mounted or laid in), pertaining to Glenn Ward Dresbach's poetry reading at Century of Progress World's Fair, Chicago, and to book, Selected Poems (1914-1930).

    series VII Box 8 Item 6

    Scrapbook, 1949-1955 1 volume. 36 centimeters. MS, TS, PR, Proc PR, Photo.

    Correspondence, clippings, announcements, advertisements, programs, radio scripts, photographs (mounted or laid in), pertaining to book, Collected Poems (1914-1948), to individual poems, to personal appearances and to awards. Correspondents include Carl Sandburg, Katharine Cornell, Marjorie Kinnan Rawlings, Elizabeth Goudge, Clifton Fadiman, Harvey Chalmers 2d, Frank Alden Russell (Ted Malone), Rosa Zagnoni Marinoni, Edsel Ford.

    series VII Box 8 Item 7

    Scrapbook, 1952-1959 1 volume. 36 centimeters. MS, TS, TS copy, PR, Proc PR.

    Correspondence, and clippings (mounted or laid in), pertaining to book, Collected Poems (1914-1948), to John Masefield's selection of Glenn Ward Dresbach for sonnet award, and to requests for permission to include poems in anthologies. Correspondents include Marianne Moore, Alfred Noyes, Mark Van Doren, Marchette Chute, Virginius Dabney, Barry Bingham, Max Lerner, Richard Blackwell.

    series VII Box 7 Item 8

    Scrapbook, September 1959-April 1960 1 volume. 30 centimeters. MS, MS/PR, TS, PR, Photo.

    Correspondence, clippings, greeting cards, photographs (mounted or laid in), pertaining to election to membership in Authors' Club, London, and especially to Glenn Ward Dresbach's 70th birthday. Correspondents include James William Trimble, Vance Randolph, Eleanor Roosevelt, Rosa Zagnoni Marinoni, Edsel Ford.

    series VII Box 20 Item 9

    Scrapbook, August 1959-April 1961 1 volume. 32 centimeters. MS, MS/PR, TS, TS copy, PR, Photo.

    Correspondence, clippings, news releases, greeting cards (mounted or laid in), pertaining to book, Collected Poems (1914-1948), to 70th birthday, to individual poems, to permission to include poems in anthologies and other books, to requests for autograph, and to invitation to membership as Life Fellow in International Institute of Arts and Letters. Correspondents include Leon Pearson, Harvey Chalmers 2d, Rosa Zagnoni Marinoni, Edsel Ford.

    series VII Box 20 Item 10

    Scrapbook, April-July 1961 1 volume. 32 centimeters. MS, MS/PR, TS, PR, Proc PR.

    Correspondence, clippings, programs (mounted), pertaining to Glenn Ward Dresbach's life and literary work, to inclusion of his letters in University of Chicago Library's Harriet Monroe Collection, and to Edsel Ford. Correspondents include Stewart Lee Udall, Harvery Chalmers 2d, George W. Beadle (Chancellor, University of Chicago).

    series VII Box 20 Item 11

    Scrapbook, July-September 1961 1 volume. 32 centimeters. MS, TS, TS copy, PR, Proc MS, Photo.

    Correspondence, clippings, photograph (mounted or laid in), pertaining to book, Collected Poems (1914-1948). Correspondents include Harriet Monroe, Marianne Moore, James William Trimble, Edsel Ford, Harvey Chalmers 2d.

    series VII Box 21 Item 12

    Scrapbook, September 1961-May 1962 1 volume. 35 centimeters. MS, TS, MS/PR, Proc PR, Photo.

    Correspondence, clippings, program, photograph (mounted or laid in), pertaining to Glenn Ward Dresbach's personal, literary, and business affairs. Correspondents include Brooks Atkinson, Richard Church, Morgan Beatty, Lillian Gish, James William Trimble, Edsel Ford.

    series VII Box 21 Item 13

    Scrapbook, May 1962-March 1963 1 volume. 32 centimeters. MS, TS, PR, Proc PR, Photo.

    Correspondence, clippings, photographs (mounted or laid in), pertaining to Glenn Ward Dresbach's personal, familial and literary affairs. Correspondents include Harvey Chalmers 2d, Edsel Ford.

    series VII Box 21 Item 14

    Scrapbook, March-September 1963 1 volume. 32 centimeters. MS, TS, TS copy, PR.

    Correspondence, clippings, program, certificate (mounted or laid in), pertaining to Glenn Ward Dresbach's personal, familial and literary affairs. Correspondents include Foy David Kohler, James William Fulbright, Marjorie Barrows, Andrew Russell Pearson.

    series 8: Awards, certificates, honors,

    1953, 1961-1968

    Arranged chronologically.

    series VIII Box 9 Folder 1 Item 1

    Certificate, October 15, 1953 MS. 11 x 9 inches.

    Hand printed award acclaiming Glenn Ward Dresbach as 1953 Arkansas Poet of the Present, presented at 6th annual observance of Arkansas Poetry Day; with autograph signature of Rosa Zagnoni Marinoni, founder.

    series VIII Box 9 Folder 1 Item 2

    Certificate, March 7, 1961 TS/PR. 11 1/2 x 8 inches

    Certifying Glenn Ward Dresbach as a Fellow of the International Institute of Arts and Letters, Geneva and Zurich.

    series VIII Box 9 Folder 1 Item 3

    Certificate, November 9, 1963 MS/PR. 12 x 9 inches

    Printed award recognizing and proclaiming Glenn Ward Dresbach as member of United Poets Laureate International at Quezon City, Philippines; with autograph signatures of Amable Aquiluz and Amado M. Yuzon. Attaching: TLS. September 7, 1964. 1p. Amado M. Yuzon (Quezon City) to Dr. and Madam Glenn Ward Dresbach (Eureka Springs, Arkansas)

    series VIII Box 9 Folder 1 Item 4

    Certificate, 1963 MS. 10 x 8 inches

    Hand printed certificate of literary achievement (mounted), presented to Glenn Ward Dresbach by the Poets of Northwest Arkansas on Poetry Day, 1963; with autograph signatures of Marie Morris Rushing, Carolyn McCastlain Tyson, Rosa Zagnoni Marinoni, and Sue Abbot Boyd.

    series VIII Box 9 Folder 2 Item 5

    Medallion. Artifact, 1963 1 1/2 inches in diameter

    Bronze [?] medal, with seal of United Poets Laureate International, dated 1963, and with Poetry award to Glenn Ward Dresbach, Honorary Poet Laureate of Education engraved on back; suspended from red, white, and blue striped ribbon.

    series VIII Box 9 Folder 3 Item 6

    Certificate, August 30, 1964 MS/PR. 12 x 9 inches

    Printed award recognizing and proclaiming Glenn Ward Dresbach as Poet Laureate of Education, presented by United Poets Laureate International at Quezon City, Philippines; with autograph signatures of Amable Aquiluz and Amado M. Yuzon. Attaching: Amado M. Yuzon (Quezon City) to Glenn Ward Dresbach (Eureka Springs, Arkansas)

    series VIII Box 9 Folder 4 Item 7

    Wreath. Artifact, August 30, 1964 9 inches

    Metallic reproduction of classic crown of laurel, with bow of dark blue velvet at base.

    series VIII Box 9 Folder 4 Item 8

    Medallion. Artifact, July 4, 1965 1 1/2 inches in diameter

    Bronze [?] medal, with seal of United Poets Laureate International, dated 1963, and with Outstanding literary couple, Dr. Glenn Ward Dresbach and Madam Beverley Githens Dresbach, July 4, 1965 engraved on back; suspended by 1 1/2 inch length green grosgrain from 1 3/4 inch bar pin of same metal.

    series VIII Box 9 Folder 5 Item 9

    Plaque, October 15, 1968 MS. 10 x 8 inches

    Hand printed plaque, on heavy paperboard, posthumously honoring Glenn Ward Dresbach at Arkansas Poetry Day; with autograph signature of Rosa Zagnoni Marinoni.

    series VIII Box 9 Folder 5 Item 10

    Certificate, n.d. MS/PR. 8 1/2 x 5 1/2 inches

    Printed certificate, with color illustration, Gratefully acknowledging a gift to Hadassah..., with autograph inscription, Honoring our friends Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Ward Dresbach, Eureka Springs, Arkansas, from Fanny and Eva Lepowsky.

    series 9: Miscellaneous,

    circa 1909-1950, circa 1958-1967

    Arranged by document type.

    series IX Box 10 Folder 1-3 Item 1-22

    Lists, memoranda, notes, circa 1933-1949 MS, TS, TS copy, MS/TS, MS/TS copy

    22 items (161l). Lists and other supporting documents apparently compiled in preparation of manuscript for Collected Poems (148) and for other purposes. Included are: lists of poems; lists of periodicals in which poems originally published, frequently with notations as to amounts received in payment for poems; list of 10 books published by Glenn Ward Dresbach, 1916-1931; preliminary drafts of title-pages, tables of contents, captions, and headings. Most documents have been heavily revised and overwritten with memoranda and notations. Item 22 includes one-page summary (TS, undated) of Glenn Ward Dresbach's literary career through 1938, under following headings: Some of the Prizes Awarded..., with amount of prize monies received; Some of the Highest Priced Poems Sold..., with amounts of payment received; Certain High Lights in the Literary Recognition..., in chronological listing.

    series IX Box 10 Folder 4 Item 23

    Military order, January 16, 1918 TS copy. 1p.

    Special Order Number 16, Headquarters, 34 Division, Camp Cody, Deming, New Mexico, by Lieutenant Colonel W.H. Raymond, Chief of Staff for Major General Blocksom; extract to Seregeant Dresbach, ordering him to report for duty to C.O. Field Medical Supply Depot, Washington, D.C.; with ANS and with signed endorsements on verso.

    series IX Box 10 Folder 4 Item 24

    Military order, December 12, 1918 Proc TS. 1p.

    Photostatic copy of Special Order Number 324, Headquarters; Camp Meade, Maryland, by J.A. Gaston, Brigadier General, Executive Officer, for Major General Carter; extract to Captain Glenn W. Dresbach [and others], discharging him from service of United States; with endorsement approving $60 payment, dated April 30, 1919.

    series IX Box 10 Folder 4 Item 25

    Military report, January 31, 1918 TS copy. 1p.

    Signed copy of Special Personal Report, First Lieutenant Glenn Ward Dresbach, Senitary Corps, Medical Supply Depot, 79th Division, Camp Meade, Maryland, to Adjunct General and Surgeon General, reporting his arrival pursuant to orders.

    series IX Box 10 Folder 5 Item 26

    Military commission, January 29, 1918 MS/PR. 1p.

    Commissioning Glenn Ward Dresbach First Lieutenant in Sanitary Corps, National Army, United States of America; signed Benedict Crowell, Assistant Secretary of War, for the President; with Adjunct General's endorsement dated February 5, 1918.

    series IX Box 10 Folder 6 Item 27

    Military commission, July 11, 1918 TS/PR. 1p.

    Commissioning Glenn Ward Dresbach as Captain in Sanitary Corps, National Army, United States of America; signed Benedict Crowell, Assistant Secretary of War, for the President; with Adjunct General's endorsement dated July 27, 1918.

    series IX Box 10 Folder 6 Item 28

    Photograph, 1910 MS/Photo. 9 1/2 x 4 3/4 inches.

    Group picture, mounted and with cellophane covering; with Glenn Ward Dresbach's ms. notation on verso, University of Wisconsin Magazine Board, Madison, Wisconsin, 1910; Upper left hand corner: Glenn Ward Dresbach, Editor-in-Chief.

    series IX Box 10 Folder 6 Item 29

    Photograph, April 1918 MS/Photo. 8 3/4 x 6 1/2 inches.

    Group picture, mounted on 12 x 10 in-mat; with Glenn Ward Dresbach's ms note on mat, Medical Supply Depot Detachment, First Lieutenant Glenn Ward Dresbach, Commanding Officer. Camp Meade, Maryland April, 1918. (2 officers and 15 enlisted men not in picture); with Glenn Ward Dresbach's ms identification of 8 men in front row; and with Glenn Ward Dresbach's ms. inscription on upper left corner of mat, To Betty and Mother and Dad.

    series IX Box 10 Folder 6 Item 30

    Photograph, undated, circa 1930 MS/PR/Photo. 6 3/4 x 4 3/4 inches

    Portrait of Glenn Ward Dresbach, on 10 3/4 x 8 1/2 inches page; with PR captions, All's Well Picture Gallery and Glenn Ward Dresbach; and with Glenn Ward Dresbach's ms notation below, Author of In Colors of the West1922 Henry Holt and Company...Star-Dust and Stone 1928.

    series IX Box 10 Folder 6 Item 31

    Photograph, undated, circa 1930 PR/Photo. 5 1/4 x 4 inches

    Portrait of Glenn Ward Dresbach, with PR caption; (apparently reproduced from larger portrait, number 30 [q.v.])

    series IX Box 10 Folder 6 Item 32

    Photograph, undated, circa 1930 PR/Photo. 5 1/4 x 4 inches

    Portrait of Glenn Ward Dresbach, with PR caption; (apparently reproduced from larger portrait, number 30 [q.v.])

    series IX Box 10 Folder 6 Item 33

    Photograph, September 22, 1935 Photo. 5 3/8 x 3 5/8 inches

    Group picture of Edwin Rives, Edna Thomas, Grace Dickenson Sperling, Glenn Ward Dresbach, and Flora Warren Seymour, made at The Bookfellow Library at Crossways, on occasion of laying memorial stones to George Sterling, Katharine Lee Bates and Calvin Coolidge; with Glenn Ward Dresbach's ms notation on verso, identifying.

    series IX Box 10 Folder 6 Item 34

    Photograph, September 22, 1935 Photo. 5 3/8 x 3 5/8 inches

    Glenn Ward Dresbach in center of larger group, which also includes Rives, Thomas, Sperling and Seymour, on same occasion as number 33 [q.v.].

    series IX Box 10 Folder 6 Item 35

    Photograph, September 22, 1935 Photo. 5 3/8 x 3 5/8 inches

    Seymour, Glenn Ward Dresbach and Sperling (l. to r.) on same occasion as number 33 [q.v.].

    series IX Box 10 Folder 6 Item 36

    Photograph, undated, circa 1961 Photo. 2 1/2 x 3 1/2 inches

    Glossy print of Edsel Ford, posed; with Hutsell Studio ... Cortez, Colorado rubber-stamped on verso.

    series IX Box 10 Folder 6 Item 37

    Photograph, October 13, 1963 Photo. 10 x 8 inches

    Glossy print of Carolyn McCastlain Tyson, Rosa Zagnoni Marinoni and Edsel Ford, posed with framed Certificate of Literary Achievement presented to Glenn Ward Dresbach by Poets of Northwest Arkansas on Poetry Day, 1963.

    series IX Box 10 Folder 6 Item 38

    Photograph, October 13, 1963 Photo. 7 1/2 x 7 inches

    Glossy print of Glenn Ward Dresbach, posed with framed certificate as in number 37 [q.v.]

    series IX Box 10 Folder 6 Item 39

    Photograph, undated MS/Photo. 10 1/2 x 8 inches

    Glossy print portrait of Orval Eugene Faubus; with autograph inscription, To Glenn Ward and Beverley Githens Dresbach, my good friends, with best wishes! Orval E. Faubus, Governor.

    series IX Box 10 Folder 6 Item 40

    Photograph, undated MS/Photo. 10 x 8 inches

    Portrait of John Fitzgerald Kennedy; with autograph inscription, With best wishes, John Kennedy.

    series IX Box 11 Folder 7 Item 41

    Printer's designs, circa 1949 MS, Pictorial.

    Artist's tracing from portrait of Glenn Ward Dresbach, on tracing vellum, mounted on cardboard, 9 1/2 x 10 1/2 inches, with ms notation, DresbachCollected Poems; together with ms lay-out in India ink on heavy white board, 12 1/4 x 8 inches, showing lettering design for title Collected Poems; attaching typed memo slip, Art File, DresbachCollected Poems; all in brown paper wrapping with printed label, The Caxton Printers, Limited, on which is typed, Dresbach Collected Poems.

    series IX Box 11 Folder 7 Item 42

    Printer's designs, circa 1949 MS, Pictorial.

    Artist's tracing from portrait of Glenn Ward Dresbach, on tracing vellum, mounted on cardboard, 9 1/2 x 10 1/2 inches, with ms notation, DresbachCollected Poems; together with ms lay-out in India ink on heavy white board, 12 1/4 x 8 inches, showing lettering design for title Collected Poems; attaching typed memo slip, Art File, DresbachCollected Poems; all in brown paper wrapping with printed label, The Caxton Printers, Limited, on which is typed, Dresbach Collected Poems.

    series IX Box 11 Folder 8 Item 43

    Printer's proof, circa 1949 MS/PR.

    Two copies of printed proof of jacket for book, Collected Poems (1914-1948), on glossy paper; with one copy of printed lay-out from which proof was made, on white board, 9 1/4 x 8 3/8 inches, with ms notation giving details of print and size; all in manilla envelope with printed label, Caxton Printers, Limited, on which is typed, Dresbach: Collected Poems, Jacket engraving.

    series IX Box 11 Folder 8 Item 44

    Printer's proof, circa 1949 MS/PR.

    Two copies of printed proof of jacket for book, Collected Poems (1914-1948), on glossy paper; with one copy of printed lay-out from which proof was made, on white board, 9 1/4 x 8 3/8 inches, with ms notation giving details of print and size; all in manilla envelope with printed label, Caxton Printers, Limited, on which is typed, Dresbach: Collected Poems, Jacket engraving.

    series IX Box 11 Folder 8 Item 45

    Printer's proof, circa 1949 MS/PR.

    Two copies of printed proof of jacket for book, Collected Poems (1914-1948), on glossy paper; with one copy of printed lay-out from which proof was made, on white board, 9 1/4 x 8 3/8 inches, with ms notation giving details of print and size; all in manilla envelope with printed label, Caxton Printers, Limited, on which is typed, Dresbach: Collected Poems, Jacket engraving.

    series IX Box 11 Folder 8 Item 46

    Proof sheet, undated Proc PR. 1p.

    The Curtain (Two windows in her little room looked down...) 14 lines. With caption, Poem a dayThursday April 11; with biographical note at foot; with AN, April 11.

    series IX Box 11 Folder 8 Item 47

    Proof sheet, undated Proc PR. 1p.

    The Farm (The neighbors wondered why he bought the farm-...) 14 lines. With caption, Tuesday, March nineteen, and with biographical note at foot.

    series IX Box 11 Folder 8 Item 48

    Proof sheet, undated Proc PR. 1p.

    Fugitives (They haunt strange, lonely water-frontsthese men...) 14 lines. With caption, Thursday, June 28th; and with biographical note at foot.

    series IX Box 11 Folder 8 Item 49

    Proof sheet, undated Proc PR. 1p.

    The Nest (He felt no pity at the sagging gate--...) 14 lines. With caption, Poem a dayTuesday, April 2, with biographical note at foot; with AN, April 2.

    series IX Box 11 Folder 8 Item 50

    Proof sheet, undated Proc PR. 1p.

    The Visit (The cottage seemed old-fashioned and too small,...) 14 lines. With caption, Poem a dayThursday, April 25; with critical note at foot; with AN, April 25.

    series IX Box 11 Folder 8 Item 51

    News copy, circa 1963 TS copy. 2l.

    Portion of an article by Ruth M. Malone, containing: on ([1] poem The Little Ships That Never Sail (At work on inland farms he must have dreamed,...), 14 lines; on l[2], captions apparently for use in related photographs of Beverley Githens Dresbach and of Glenn Ward Dresbach's home in Eureka Springs, Arkansas.

    series IX Box 11 Folder 8 Item 52

    Galley proof, circa 1950 PR. 63l.

    Complete galley proof of The Collected Poems 1914-1948. [No corrections].

    series IX Box 11 Folder 9 Item 53

    Publisher's remittance advices, February 18, 1936-September 25, 1940 MS/TS/PR. 1p.

    Printed forms from Curtis Publishing Company (Philadelphia) to Glenn Ward Dresbach (Lanark, Illinois), advising amounts of checks enclosed in payment of indicated poem; some have Glenn Ward Dresbach's ms notation on recto or on verso.

    series IX Box 11 Folder 9 Item 54

    Publisher's remittance advices, February 18, 1936-September 25, 1940 MS/TS/PR. 1p.

    Printed forms from Curtis Publishing Company (Philadelphia) to Glenn Ward Dresbach (Lanark, Illinois), advising amounts of checks enclosed in payment of indicated poem; some have Glenn Ward Dresbach's ms notation on recto or on verso.

    series IX Box 11 Folder 9 Item 55

    Publisher's remittance advices, February 18, 1936-September 25, 1940 MS/TS/PR. 1p.

    Printed forms from Curtis Publishing Company (Philadelphia) to Glenn Ward Dresbach (Lanark, Illinois), advising amounts of checks enclosed in payment of indicated poem; some have Glenn Ward Dresbach's ms notation on recto or on verso.

    series IX Box 11 Folder 9 Item 56

    Publisher's remittance advices, February 18, 1936-September 25, 1940 MS/TS/PR. 1p.

    Printed forms from Curtis Publishing Company (Philadelphia) to Glenn Ward Dresbach (Lanark, Illinois), advising amounts of checks enclosed in payment of indicated poem; some have Glenn Ward Dresbach's ms notation on recto or on verso.

    series IX Box 11 Folder 9 Item 57

    Publisher's remittance advices, February 18, 1936-September 25, 1940 MS/TS/PR. 1p.

    Printed forms from Curtis Publishing Company (Philadelphia) to Glenn Ward Dresbach (Lanark, Illinois), advising amounts of checks enclosed in payment of indicated poem; some have Glenn Ward Dresbach's ms notation on recto or on verso.

    series IX Box 11 Folder 9 Item 58

    Publisher's remittance advices, February 18, 1936-September 25, 1940 MS/TS/PR. 1p.

    Printed forms from Curtis Publishing Company (Philadelphia) to Glenn Ward Dresbach (Lanark, Illinois), advising amounts of checks enclosed in payment of indicated poem; some have Glenn Ward Dresbach's ms notation on recto or on verso.

    series IX Box 11 Folder 9 Item 59

    Publisher's remittance advices, February 18, 1936-September 25, 1940 MS/TS/PR. 1p.

    Printed forms from Curtis Publishing Company (Philadelphia) to Glenn Ward Dresbach (Lanark, Illinois), advising amounts of checks enclosed in payment of indicated poem; some have Glenn Ward Dresbach's ms notation on recto or on verso.

    series IX Box 11 Folder 9 Item 60

    Publisher's remittance advices, February 18, 1936-September 25, 1940 MS/TS/PR. 1p.

    Printed forms from Curtis Publishing Company (Philadelphia) to Glenn Ward Dresbach (Lanark, Illinois), advising amounts of checks enclosed in payment of indicated poem; some have Glenn Ward Dresbach's ms notation on recto or on verso.

    series IX Box 11 Folder 9 Item 61

    Publisher's remittance advices, February 18, 1936-September 25, 1940 MS/TS/PR. 1p.

    Printed forms from Curtis Publishing Company (Philadelphia) to Glenn Ward Dresbach (Lanark, Illinois), advising amounts of checks enclosed in payment of indicated poem; some have Glenn Ward Dresbach's ms notation on recto or on verso.

    series IX Box 11 Folder 9 Item 62

    Publisher's remittance advices, February 18, 1936-September 25, 1940 MS/TS/PR. 1p.

    Printed forms from Curtis Publishing Company (Philadelphia) to Glenn Ward Dresbach (Lanark, Illinois), advising amounts of checks enclosed in payment of indicated poem; some have Glenn Ward Dresbach's ms notation on recto or on verso.

    series IX Box 11 Folder 9 Item 63

    Publisher's remittance advices, February 18, 1936-September 25, 1940 MS/TS/PR. 1p.

    Printed forms from Curtis Publishing Company (Philadelphia) to Glenn Ward Dresbach (Lanark, Illinois), advising amounts of checks enclosed in payment of indicated poem; some have Glenn Ward Dresbach's ms notation on recto or on verso.

    series IX Box 11 Folder 9 Item 64

    Publisher's remittance advices, February 18, 1936-September 25, 1940 MS/TS/PR. 1p.

    Printed forms from Curtis Publishing Company (Philadelphia) to Glenn Ward Dresbach (Lanark, Illinois), advising amounts of checks enclosed in payment of indicated poem; some have Glenn Ward Dresbach's ms notation on recto or on verso.

    series IX Box 11 Folder 9 Item 65

    Publisher's remittance advices, February 18, 1936-September 25, 1940 MS/TS/PR. 1p.

    Printed forms from Curtis Publishing Company (Philadelphia) to Glenn Ward Dresbach (Lanark, Illinois), advising amounts of checks enclosed in payment of indicated poem; some have Glenn Ward Dresbach's ms notation on recto or on verso.

    series IX Box 11 Folder 9 Item 66

    Publisher's remittance advices, February 18, 1936-September 25, 1940 MS/TS/PR. 1p.

    Printed forms from Curtis Publishing Company (Philadelphia) to Glenn Ward Dresbach (Lanark, Illinois), advising amounts of checks enclosed in payment of indicated poem; some have Glenn Ward Dresbach's ms notation on recto or on verso.

    series IX Box 11 Folder 10 Item 67

    Publisher's receipt, April 29, 1947 TS/PR. 2p. Folder

    Caxton Printers, Limited (Caldwell, Idaho) to Glenn Ward Dresbach (Eureka Springs, Arkansas), acknowledging receipt of literary manuscript, Collected Poems, 1914-1948.

    series IX Box 11 Folder 10 Item 68

    Publisher's report, April 16, 1964 TS/PR. 1p.

    Caxton Printers, Limited (Caldwell, Idaho) to The Ozark Ships (Eureka Springs, Arkansas); Short report, on printed-form postal card, advising shipment of 5 copies of, DresbachCollected Poems...book now out of print.

    series IX Box 11 Folder 10 Item 69

    Publisher's announcement, 1928 PR. 2p. Folder

    Glenn Ward Dresbach's Star-Dust and Stone on October 25 [1928], by P.L. Turner Company, Dallas, Texas; with press comments, order form, details of binding.

    series IX Box 11 Folder 10 Item 70

    Publisher's announcement, 1931 PR. 1p.

    Glenn Ward Dresbach's The Selected Poems (1914-1930), by Henry Holt and Company, New York; with press comments, details of binding and price.

    series IX Box 11 Folder 10 Item 71

    Publisher's announcement, 1931 PR. 1p.

    Glenn Ward Dresbach's The Selected Poems, by Henry Holt and company, New York; with press comments, details of binding and price [cf. Number 70], and with notice, Only seventy-five copies remain of the large first edition; AN, Yours sincerely, Glenn Ward Dresbach.

    series IX Box 11 Folder 10 Item 72

    Publisher's announcement, 1931 PR. 1p.

    From reviews of the selected poems of Glenn Ward Dresbach; excerpts from critical reviews, reprinted by Henry Holt and company, New York.

    series IX Box 11 Folder 10 Item 73

    Publisher's announcement, circa 1949 MS/PR. 1p.

    Same announcement as number 72, with caption marked out and with ms. caption written above, The Collected Poems (1914-1948).

    series IX Box 11 Folder 10 Item 74

    Publisher's announcement, circa 1949 MS/PR. 1p.

    Same as number 73, with Glenn Ward Dresbach's added ms notation, substituting name and address of publisher, Caxton Printers, Limited, and price of Beautiful Gift Edition.

    series IX Box 11 Folder 10 Item 75

    Publisher's announcement, 1961 PR, Photo. 1p. Folder

    Edsel Ford's book, A Thicket of Sky, by Homestead House, with price, etc., and with photograph of Ford.

    series IX Box 11 Folder 10 Item 76

    Program, circa 1935 MS. 1p.

    List of poem titles, in three groups; apparently a program for a poetry reading at unidentified time, place.

    series IX Box 11 Folder 10 Item 77

    Program, 1941 TS. 1p.

    List of poem titles, in three groups, captioned, Fayetteville Poetry Program; cf. Number 76.

    series IX Box 11 Folder 10 Item 78

    Program, May 15-17, 1938 PR. 4p. Folder.

    Nineteenth Annual State Convention, Lions International, at Freeport, Illinois, with Glenn Ward Dresbach scheduled to deliver address on May 17, 1938.

    series IX Box 11 Folder 10 Item 79

    Program, February 22, 1939 PR. 4p. Folder.

    One-Hundredth Birthday Anniversary of Carroll County, celebrated at Milledgeville [Illinois], with Glenn Ward Dresbach scheduled to deliver address, Frontiers.

    series IX Box 11 Folder 10 Item 80

    Program, May 31, 1939 Proc MS, Proc TS. 3p. Folder.

    Mimeographed program for Eighth Grade Promotion at unidentified school, at which Glenn Ward Dresbach scheduled to present American Legion Award.

    series IX Box 11 Folder 10 Item 81

    Program, April 16, 1940 Proc TS. 1p.

    Mimeographed program for Spring Conference, Carroll County Federation of Woman's Clubs at Lanark, Illinois, with Glenn Ward Dresbach scheduled for poetry reading.

    series IX Box 11 Folder 10 Item 82

    Program, undated Proc TS. 1p.

    Mimeographed program for Eighth Grade Promotion at unidentified school, at which Glenn Ward Dresbach scheduled to present American Legion Award.

    series IX Box 11 Folder 10 Item 83

    Program, undated PR. 1p.

    Library Program at Peirce City, Illinois [?], with Glenn Ward Dresbach scheduled to deliver address and to read 4 poems.

    series IX Box 11 Folder 10 Item 84

    Program, August 17, 1939 PR. 1p.

    66th Annual Carroll County Old Settlers Reunion at Lanark, Illinois, with Glenn Ward Dresbach scheduled to deliver address, Old Settlers and the Pursuit of Happiness.

    series IX Box 11 Folder 11 Item 85

    Clipping, circa 1926 PR. 10 inches.

    All's Well, [volume ?, number ?, date ?, p.2?]. Advertisement for book, Cliff-Dwellings and other poems.

    series IX Box 11 Folder 11 Item 86

    Clipping, October 1928 PR. 1p. (11 3/4 inches)

    Full-page advertisement for Star-Dust and Stone, to be published October 25 by P.L. Turner Company, Dallas, Texas; on p.2 on All's Well, volume 7, number 11, October 1928.

    series IX Box 11 Folder 11 Item 87

    Clipping, 1935 PR, Photo. 1p. (9 inches)

    From Step Ladder [volume, number, date, p.?]; headed We Went to Crossways Sunday, September 22, 1935; with two photographs, one of which is same as item number 35 [q.v.]

    series IX Box 11 Folder 11 Item 88

    Clipping, September 27, 1936 PR. 20 inches.

    Chicago Sunday Tribune [p.?]; obituary of Harriet Monroe.

    series IX Box 11 Folder 11 Item 89

    Clipping, January 7, 1950 PR. 1p. (10 3/4 inches)

    The Saturday Review, p.34; one column advertisement for The Caxton Printers, Limited, headed, Books You'll Want...; included in descriptive listing is 1 inch devoted to Glenn Ward Dresbach's Collected Poems (1918 [sic] 1948).

    series IX Box 11 Folder 11 Item 90

    Clipping, undated PR, Photo. 1p. (9 inches)

    Unidentified pamphlet or brochure [?]; 2 paragraphs describing Glenn Ward Dresbach's literary achievements and quoting his endorsement as policy holder in The Equitable [Life Assurance Society of the United States].

    series IX Box 11 Folder 11 Item 91

    Clipping, undated PR, Photo. 6 1/4 inches.

    Unidentified [Chicago?] paper [p.?]; captioned group picture taken at Rockford College [Illinois] commencement, with four identified persons, one of whom is Harriet Monroe, recipient of honorary degree.

    series IX Box 11 Folder 12 Item 92

    Periodical, October 1, 1938 Proc TS. 4l.

    Thought (publisher? Place?), volume 1, number 3; with mention of Glenn Ward Dresbach as friend of Harriet Monroe, p.3.

    series IX Box 11 Folder 12 Item 93

    Periodical, November 1, 1942 PR. 34p.

    The Poetry Chap-Book (New York, New York), volume 1, number 1, October-November 1942.

    series IX Box 11 Folder 12 Item 94

    Periodical, Summer 1944 PR. 108p.

    The Poetry Chap-Book (New York, New York), volume 2, number 4, Summer 1944.

    series IX Box 11 Folder 12 Item 95

    Periodical, March 1, 1963 Proc PR. 2p.

    Selected New Books at the Academy Library (United States Air Force Academy, Colorado), volume 7, number 9; recent acquisitions listed include Glenn Ward Dresbach's Collected Poems (1914-1948).

    series IX Box 11 Folder 12 Item 96

    Periodical, Winter 1963 PR. 36p.

    Hawk and Whippoorwill (Villiers Publications, Limited, London), volume 4, number 1, Winter 1963; Edsel Ford's poem, Dresbach at Seventy, appears on p.32, with autographed inscription, For my beloved friend, Glenn Ward DresbachEdsel Ford, Christmas 1963.

    series IX Box 11 Folder 12 Item 97

    Periodical, September 1, 1964 PR, Proc TS. 5p., 3l.

    High School Library Bulletin (Arkansas Library Commission, Little Rock); Mimeographed Publication Number 35 [PR cover on 5p. and 3l. mimeograph]; Birthday Greetings to Glenn Ward Dresbach on p.2 contains 4 paragraph essay on his literary achievements.

    series IX Box 11 Folder 12 Item 98

    Periodical, Summer 1968 PR. 40p.

    South and West, An International Literary Quarterly (Fort Smith, Arkansas), volume 7, number 1, Summer 1968; Betty Gosnell's work, A Prayer for the Particular, In Memory of Glenn Ward Dresbach, appears on p.12.

    series IX Box 11 Folder 12 Item 99

    Pamphlet, 1931 PR. 24p.

    The Authors' Club ... Rules and Regulations (London); with MS/PR receipt (May 25, 1939, in amount L1, 5s received from Glenn Ward Dresbach on account Annual Subscription) mounted on p[1].

    series IX Box 11 Folder 12 Item 100

    Pamphlet, 1964 PR. 54p.

    Arkansiana For High Schools, compiled by Anne Jackson (Arkansas Library Commission, Little Rock); revised edition, listing Glenn Ward Dresbach's Collected Poems (1914-1948) on p.16.

    series IX Box 11 Folder 13 Item 101

    Poem, February 22, 1939 PR. 1p. (14 x 9 inches)

    Salute To The Pioneers (Carroll County, 1839-1939) (Here were the trails of their desires!...) 32 lines. [Written to conclude address given at Carroll County, Illinois. Centennial Observance; printed on large cardboard, with photographic portrait of Glenn Ward Dresbach in upper left corner.]

    series IX Box 11 Folder 13 Item 102

    Poem, undated MS. 1p.

    Untitled, 6 lines, by Russ Yeates (Eureka Springs, Arkansas).

    series IX Box 11 Folder 13 Item 103

    Poems, 1958 PR. 2p.

    Poems Letter To The North, 40 lines, and Difficult Verse, 14 lines, by Albert Howard Carter, reprinted from Descant, volume 2, Spring 1958, pp. 12-13; with autographed inscription, To the Dresbach's from Howard Carter.

    series IX Box 11 Folder 13 Item 104

    Poem, 1958 PR. 2p.

    Poem, Ode on S. Nicholas's Day, 47 lines, by Albert Howard Carter, reprinted from Beloit Poetry Journal, volume 13, Spring 1958, pp. 28-29; with autographed inscription, To the Dresbach's, from Howard Carter.

    series IX Box 11 Folder 13 Item 105

    Poems, undated TS. 6l.

    Seven titled, free-verse compositions by Betty Gosnell; with autographed inscription on recto of [1], To Glenn and Bev with love, and with autograph on verso of [1].

    series IX Box 11 Folder 14 Item 106

    Poem, September 3, 1964 MS. 1p. (16 x 12 1/4 inches)

    Desert. (Here thwarted gods have left their signatures...) 14 lines. Copy of Glenn Ward Dresbach's poem on heavy paper, with ms birthday greetings in German on verso, signed E. Avenhaus; attaching mailing label with Hamburg address in ms.

    series IX Box 12 Folder 15 Item 107

    Speech, May 17, 1938 Proc TS. 5l.

    Lionism. Address delivered by Glenn Ward Dresbach at the Illinois District Convention, Freeport, Illinois ...

    series IX Box 12 Folder 15 Item 108

    Memento. Artifact, August 19, 1909 8 3/4 x 1 3/8 inches

    Badge of pink satin with lettering, Old Settlers' Day at Lanark, Illinois...

    series IX Box 12 Folder 15 Item 109

    Memento, June 15, 1964 MS, TS, Proc TS, PR, Pictorial. 9l.

    Handmade pictorial folder, with TN, signed greetings, clipping and other material laid in; presented to Glenn Ward Dresbach by members of National Federation of State Poetry Societies at annual convention, Huntington, West Virginia.

    series IX Box 12 Folder 15 Item 110

    Memento, September 9, 1964 MS, TS, Pictorial. 1l. Folder.

    Handmade pictorial folder, prepared by National Federation of State Poetry Societies of greet and honor Glenn Ward Dresbach; with some mounted material loose and with one page laid in.

    series IX Box 12 Folder 15 Item 111

    Memento. Artifact, September 9, 1964 3/8 inch diameter.

    Rhinestone sunburst pin attached to knotted bow with streamers of 3/8 inch purple satin, worn by Glenn Ward Dresbach at 75th birthday celebration, Eureka Springs, Arkansas.

    series IX Box 12 Folder 15 Item 112

    Greeting card, undated PR, Pictorial. 4p. Folder.

    Winter seasonal greeting, with Authors' Club, London... and insignia imprinted on p.[1], reproduction of painted on p.[3], and Glenn Ward Dresbach's autograph on p.[2].

    series IX Box 12 Folder 15 Item 113

    Greeting card, undated PR, Pictorial. 4p. Folder.

    [similar to number 112, above, but with different painting reproduced on p.3]

    series IX Box 12 Folder 16 Item 114

    Greeting card, circa 1964 MS. 2l.

    Handmade card with affixed decorations; with poem and Poetry Day Greetings from the Harrisburg Workshop.

    series IX Box 12 Folder 17 Item 115

    Membership card, undated TS/PR. 3 1/2 x 2 1/2 inches.

    Certification of Glenn Ward Dresbach's membership in Radio Friends of America, with autograph of Jack Carson, president.

    series IX Box 12 Folder 17 Item 116

    Gift enclosure card, undated PR. 4 1/2 x 3 inches.

    Card engraved, With the Compliments of the Author, and with Glenn Ward Dresbach's autograph.

    series IX Box 12 Folder 17 Item 117

    Notice, circa 1936 MS/PR. 1p.

    Authors' Club (London) to [Glenn Ward Dresbach], advising of his election as Overseas Member and of fees due; with Glenn Ward Dresbach's AN, Paid March 24, 1936.

    series IX Box 12 Folder 17 Item 118

    [no title], June 26, 2028 TN. 1p.

    Edwin Phillips Kohl (New York?) to [anonymous], referring to Glenn Ward Dresbach's poem quoted below, The Lash (In him was something like an ox that went ...) 14 lines. Attaching: Descriptive sketch. Proc TS. [December 25, 1961] 1p. Verbal description of home in San Francisco, intended for use as seasonal greeting by Eleanor and Edwin Kohl.

    series IX Box 12 Folder 17 Item 119

    Map, 1967 Carto, PR. 22 x 17 folder to 11 x 5 3/4 inches.

    Historic Sites and Trails Map, 1967, Carroll County, Illinois, published by Carroll County Historical Society Sesquicentennial Project; with index and other printed matter on verso.

    series IX Box 12 Folder 17 Item 120

    Musical score, circa 1939 PR. 7p.

    September Water-Color (The willows drop the yellow leaves they can no longer hold...), set to music by Francis H. McKay and scored for mixed voices, a capella, with piano score for use in rehearsal; published by Haall and McCreary Company, Chicago, as Choral Octavo number 1038. [cf. Series 1, Item number 109]

    series IX Box 12 Folder 18 Item 121

    Phonotape, circa 1962 1 reel.

    675 feet (at 3 3/4 inches per section) sound recording of interview with Glenn Ward Dresbach, conducted by Thorpe Menn, Literary editor, Kansas City Star; voices of Edsel Ford and Beverley Githens Dresbach are also recorded in conversation and in readings of Glenn Ward Dresbach and Beverley Githens Dresbach poetry. [cf. related material, Series 7, volume 13.]

    series IX Box 13 Folder 19 Item 122

    Phonodisc, July 11, 1950 2 discs.

    Sound recording (on 3 sides of 2 12-inch discs, 78 rpm) of broadcast of Ted Malone's radio program, Breakfast Club, on American Broadcasting Company station in Chicago, reading five poems from Collected Poems (1914-1918): The Little Ships That Never Sail, The Two Sisters, Dry Season, The Postscript, Brief Inventory.

    series 10: Beverley Githens Dresbach material,

    1937-1965, 1968

    Arranged by document type.

    series X Box 14 Folder 1 Item 1-46

    Correspondence, May 9, 1950-October 16, 1965 MS,TS. 46 items.

    Letters, notes, cards addressed Beverley Githens Dresbach, many of which pertain to Glenn Ward Dresbach; correspondents include Harvey Chalmers II, Richard Church, Eric Forbes-Boyd, James William Fulbright, Jacqueline Bouvier Kennedy, John Masefield, Marianne Moore, Thomas Moult, Lily Peter, Vance Randolph, Jean Starr Untermeyer, William Urry.

    series X Box 14 Folder 1 Item 47

    Correspondence, undated ALS. 1p.

    Beverley Githens Dresbach to Dear Mrs. Grunewald, pertaining to loan of James Oliver Curwood's Son of the Forest, with a brief history of Glenn Ward Dresbach's poem, A Vagabond At The Gates, which is printed on fly-leaf.

    series X Box 14 Folder 1 Item 48

    Poem, undated TS. 1p.

    Beverley Githens Dresbach's poem, Fire Interval (Scarlet, the dustering sumac stains the hill...)

    series X Box 14 Folder 1 Item 49

    Speech, undated TS copy. 2l.

    Address delivered by Beverley Githens to Honorable Judges... in high school debating competition; date and place not known.

    series X Box 14 Folder 1 Item 50

    Speech, October 15, 1948 TS. 11l.

    Paper delivered by Beverley Githens Dresbach in honor of the first official observance of Poetry Day in Arkansas, before the assembly of the Eureka Springs High School and guests...

    series X Box 14 Folder 2 Item 51

    Periodical, March 1945 PR. p.40

    Publication of Beverley Githens Dresbach's literary work: Step Ladder. Volume 32, number 3.

    series X Box 14 Folder 2 Item 52

    Periodical, October 1945 PR. p.11

    Publication of Beverley Githens Dresbach's literary work: PEO Record. Volume 54, number 10.

    series X Box 14 Folder 2 Item 53

    Periodical, February 1946 PR. p.54

    Publication of Beverley Githens Dresbach's literary work: Vincentian. Volume 24, number 2.

    series X Box 14 Folder 2 Item 54

    Periodical, March 1946 PR. p.40

    Publication of Beverley Githens Dresbach's literary work: Step Ladder. Volume 33, number 3.

    series X Box 14 Folder 2 Item 55

    Periodical, October 1946 PR. p.15

    Publication of Beverley Githens Dresbach's literary work: Yankee. Volume 10, number 10.

    series X Box 14 Folder 2 Item 56

    Periodical, January 4, 1947 PR. p.7

    Publication of Beverley Githens Dresbach's literary work: Ave Maria. Volume 65 (n.s.), number 1

    series X Box 14 Folder 2 Item 57

    Periodical, Autumn 1947 PR. p.78

    Publication of Beverley Githens Dresbach's literary work: Rayburn's Ozark Guide. Volume 5, number 2. Autumn.

    series X Box 14 Folder 3 Item 58

    Periodical, November 1947 PR. p.12

    Publication of Beverley Githens Dresbach's literary work: Magnificat. Volume 81, number 1.

    series X Box 14 Folder 3 Item 59

    Periodical, December 1947 PR. p.[34]

    Publication of Beverley Githens Dresbach's literary work: Radio Mirror. Volume 29, number 1.

    series X Box 14 Folder 3 Item 60

    Periodical, August 1948 PR. p.19

    Publication of Beverley Githens Dresbach's literary work: Christian Home. Volume 7, number 8.

    series X Box 14 Folder 3 Item 61

    Periodical, Spring 1950 PR. p.[1]

    Publication of Beverley Githens Dresbach's literary work: Poet's Reed. Volume 1, number 1. Spring.

    series X Box 14 Folder 3 Item 62

    Periodical, September 1951 PR. p.33

    Publication of Beverley Githens Dresbach's literary work: Christian Home. Volume 10, number 9.

    series X Box 14 Folder 3 Item 63

    Periodical, December 1961 PR. p.36

    Publication of Beverley Githens Dresbach's literary work: Indoors. Number 49.

    series X Box 14 Folder 3 Item 64

    Periodical, Autumn 1965 PR. pp. 14-15, 21-22.

    Publication of Beverley Githens Dresbach's literary work: South and West. Volume 4, number 2. Autumn.

    series X Box 14 Folder 4 Item 65-133

    Clippings, April 17, 1937-February 23, 1964 PR. 69 items.

    Beverley Githens Dresbach's poetry and prose, published in newspapers and other periodicals; some are identified, as to date and/or title of periodical, by ms notations.

    series X Box 14 Folder 4 Item 134

    Greeting card, undated Proc TS. 1l. Folder.

    This Is The Night (This is the night the little Jesus came...) 14 lines, by Beverley Githens Dresbach, mimeographed on folded leaf for her use as greeting.

    series X Box 14 Folder 4 Item 135

    Greeting card, undated PR. 1l. Folder.

    A Song for Christmas Eve (O Jesu, Baby, show us now the light...) 14 lines, by Beverley Githens Dresbach, printed on folded leaf for her use as greeting.

    series X Box 14 Folder 4 Item 136

    Pamphlet, undated PR. 8p.

    The Thorndike Hilton Memorial Chapel At The Chicago Theological Seminary; with Beverley Githens Dresbach's poem, Evening Star (Here, at day's end, all sorrows cease...) 8 lines on p.[5] and with autograph below.

    series X Box 14 Folder 4 Item 137

    Bookmark, January 1945 PR. 5 1/2 x 3 inches.

    Beverley Githens Dresbach's poem, Old River Towns (White, 'still and Sunday-like,' beneath the sun,...) 14 lines, reprinted for The [Order of] Bookfellows as number 6 in the Little Songs Series.

    series X Box 14 Folder 4 Item 138

    Pamphlet, circa 1942 Proc TS. 9p.

    Untitled pamphlet, mimeographed, on subjects pertaining to literacy and reading; Beverley Githens Dresbach's article, Suppose You Couldn't Read, appears on pp.1-3.

    series X Box 14 Folder 4 Item 139-143

    Clippings, February 24, 1944-April 9, 1944 PR. 5 items.

    Accounts from newspapers and other periodicals of betrothal and marriage [April 9, 1944] of Beverley Githens and Glenn Ward Dresbach.

    series X Box 14 Folder 4 Item 144

    Clipping, undated PR. 6 inches.

    Valentine Flowers for Contributions, from unidentified newspaper, with one line To Beverley Githens.

    series X Box 14 Folder 4 Item 145

    Clipping, circa 1944 PR. 4 inches.

    Account, in [South Haven Daily Tribune?] of scheduled graduation ceremonies at South Haven Michigan high school, June 4, 6, and 8, 1944.

    series X Box 14 Folder 4 Item 146

    Book, 1949 PR. 64p.

    Advice To A Young Poet, by Llewelyn Powys; with autographed inscription on half-title page, For Beverley [sic] Dresbach...Hal W. Trevillion, July 19-'50, and with autograph of Kenneth Hopkins at top of page.

    series X Box 14 Folder 4 Item 147

    Poem, August 1968 MS. 1l (and envelope)

    Glenn-Ward-Dresbach, Poet 1889-1969 by Thomas Moult (In their glad playing time, like wind-flowers down the billowy April blowing,... 23l in 3 stanzas). Initialed T.M., 1968. With AN appended at foot, My dear Mrs. Dresbach,... signed Thomas Moult. Attaching envelope, post-marked Braintree, Essex, August 25, 1968.

    Index, by Item Number, to Correspondents in Series 1

    (With partial index to significant correspondents in Series 7, 8, and 10)

    Abbott, Charles David.
    129
    Abell, Harry B.
    180
    Adams, Emory S.
    128, 130, 134
    Adams, Mary.
    263
    Alba, Nanina.
    185
    Archer, William H.
    105
    Armstrong, A. Joseph.
    9
    Atkinson, Brooks.
    (See Series 7, volume 12)
    Babington, Margaret.
    (See Series 10, number 1)
    Barrows, Marjorie.
    149, 152, 159 (see also Series 7, volume 14)
    Beadle, George W.
    (See Series 7, volume 10)
    Beatty, Morgan.
    (See Series 7, volume 12)
    Bingham, Barry.
    (See Series 7, volume 7)
    Blackwell, Richard.
    (See Series 7, volume 7)
    Blocker, Hyacinth.
    148
    Boggs, Tom.
    111
    Bohr, Nettie R.
    (See Series 7, volume 2)
    Boie, Mildred.
    90
    Borman, Walter R.
    110
    Boyd, Sue Abbott.
    403
    Braithwaite, William Stanley.
    14, 21
    Brewton, John Edmund.
    165
    Briggs, Dorothy Bell.
    161
    Brooks, Dean.
    80
    Brooks, Van Wyck.
    29
    Brown, Warren Wilmer.
    16
    Browne, Anita.
    107
    Bryson, Harold C.
    37
    Campbell, Margaret T.
    69, 106
    Canning, Patrick S.
    181, 183
    Carmichael, Leonard.
    140
    Cavileer, Evelyn.
    94
    Chalmers, Harvey II.
    187, 191 (see also Series 7, volumes 6, 9, 10, 11, 13, and Series 10, number 1)
    Chapler, Elinor G.
    60
    Chatfield, Alice E.
    124
    Cherrington, Edith.
    57, 63
    Church, Richard.
    179 (see also Series 7, volume 12 and Series 10, number 1)
    Chute, Marchette.
    (See Series 7, volume 7)
    Clark, Welford.
    109
    Claytor, Roberto.
    53
    Cleworth, Thomas Stuart.
    198, 202
    Cooper, Alice Cecilia.
    62
    Cornell, Katharine.
    (See Series 7, volume 6)
    Cota, Madlyn Dudley.
    27
    Cousins, Margaret.
    142
    Dabney, Virginius.
    (See Series 7, volume 7)
    Daggett children.
    400
    Derleth, August.
    (See Series 10, number 1)
    Doyle, Thomas Lyndsey.
    113
    Dresback, J. E.
    121
    Dyer, Frank L.
    31
    Early, Stephen.
    133
    Edgar, G. A.
    89
    Edwards, Joyce J.
    99, 100
    Everett, Louella D.
    103
    Fadiman, Clifton.
    (See Series 7, volume 6)
    Faubus, Orval Eugene.
    189
    Ferguson, Ruth D.
    146
    Finger, Herbert P.
    102, 114, 117 (see also Series 10, number 1)
    Forbes-Boyd, Eric.
    (See Series 10, number 1)
    Ford, Edsel.
    175, 176, 184, 186, 193, 405 (See also Series 7, volumes 6, 8, 9, 11, 12, and 13)
    Fulbright, James William.
    266 (See also Series 7, volume 14 and Series 10, number 1)
    Fuller, Claude Albert.
    264
    Fuller, Ethel Romig.
    145
    Geck, L. A.
    6
    Geldert, Grace D. B.
    10
    Gibbs, Mailon.
    43
    Gilchrist, Marie.
    39
    Gillespie, John.
    410
    Gipson, James Herrick.
    200
    Gish, Lillian.
    (See Series 7, volume 12)
    Goethals, George Washington.
    2, 12
    Goudge, Elizabeth.
    178, 199 (see also Series 7, volume 6)
    Gould, Bruce.
    127, 132
    Greenup, E. M.
    131
    Griffith, E. V.
    147
    Grunewald ("Mrs. Grunewald").
    (See Series 10, number 47)
    Hamilton, Lynn.
    141
    Hamilton, Ozbert.
    28
    Hannaford, Adelaide.
    409
    Harper, Samuel A.
    34, 168
    Hayungs, Marie.
    170
    Held, Marian.
    104, 122
    Herzberg, Max J.
    66, 67
    Hickey, Daniel Whitehead.
    22
    Hoar, Constance Entwistle.
    82
    Holmes, Helen.
    79
    Hornbeck, Stanley K.
    173
    House, Lindsey.
    26
    Howe, Louis McHenry.
    36
    Hughes, Langston.
    262
    Hughes, Ruth P.
    54
    Hutchins, R. J.
    3
    Johnson, Lyndon Baines.
    399
    Jonsson, Martha.
    192
    Katz, A. Raymond.
    (See Series 10, number 1)
    Kean, Lillian Logan.
    74, 75
    Kee, Mary Lou.
    123
    Kennedy, Jacqueline Bouvier.
    (See Series 10, number 1)
    Kerner, Otto.
    198, 201
    Kidwell, Lorna Tallent.
    65
    Kleinmaier, George G.
    88
    Klun, Karl.
    51
    Kohler, Foy David.
    (See Series 7, volume 14)
    Leach, Lucile Pittman.
    44
    Leake, Harold H.
    404
    LeFebre, George.
    164
    Lepansky, Eva.
    402
    Lepansky, Fanny.
    402
    Lepowsky.
    (See Lepansky)
    Lerner, Max.
    (See Series 7, volume 7)
    Love, Adelaide.
    30
    Lufborrow, Sylvia Gardiner.
    81, 116
    Lyons, Eugene.
    126
    McLane, Eugene G.
    (See Series 10, number 1)
    McLean, Margaret Prendergast.
    91
    McCutchan, Ken.
    166, 167
    McNutt, Paul Vories.
    139
    Malone, Ted.
    (See: Russell, Frank Alden)
    Manfred, Ernest F.
    158
    Marinoni, Rosa Zagnoni.
    156, 162, 177 (see also Series 7, volumes 6, 8, and 9)
    Masefield, John.
    (See Series 10, number 1)
    Mason, Perry.
    163
    Mathes, Meta B.
    59
    May, Beulah.
    408
    Melton, Elvia Graham.
    52
    Moncrieff, Bryce A.
    172
    Monroe, Harriet.
    (See Series 7, volumes 2 and 11. See also: MS/D81, Dresbach, Glenn Ward. Modern Poetry Collection …)
    Montgomery, Francis L.
    143
    Moody, Minnie Hite.
    182
    Moore, Marianne.
    (See Series 7, volumes 7 and 11 and Series 10, number 1)
    Morgan, Gertie.
    77
    Morse, Irl.
    46, 55, 71, 95
    Moult, Thomas.
    268 (See also Series 10, number 1)
    Mullins, David Wiley.
    265 (See also Series 10, number 1)
    Nash, Dorothy.
    153
    Naylor, John L.
    70
    Nelson, Olive Hering.
    154
    Noyes, Alfred.
    (See Series 7, volume 7)
    O'Kane, Daniel W.
    83
    Ollre, Leona.
    72
    Patterson, Samuel W.
    (See Series 10, number 1)
    Pearson, Andrew Russell.
    (See Series 7, volume 14)
    Pearson, Leon.
    (See Series 7, volume 9)
    Percival, Cramer.
    24
    Peter, Lily.
    (See Series 10, number 1)
    Pierce, Clinton Albert.
    188
    Polachel, Goldie Avery.
    145
    Randolph, Vance.
    (See Series 7, volume 8 and Series 10, number 1)
    Raney, W. Llellyn.
    78
    Rasey, Jean.
    119, 120
    Rawlings, Marjorie Kinnan.
    (See Series 7, volume 6)
    Reid, Robert Pittman.
    86
    Reynolds, Margaret.
    42
    Ritchie, Michael A.
    190 (see also Series 10, number 1)
    Rittenhouse, Jessie Belle.
    13
    Roberts, Lester.
    68
    Roosevelt, Eleanor.
    (See Series 7, volume 8)
    Roosevelt, Theodore Junior
    56, 58
    Russell, Frank Alden.
    97, 406, 407 (see also Series 7, volume 6)
    Samuel, Maurice.
    (See Series 10, number 1)
    Sandburg, Carl.
    (See Series 7, volume 6)
    Sawyer, E. M.
    5
    Schaar, Frances.
    169
    Scholossberger, Emily.
    144
    Serena ("Sister M. Serena").
    171
    Seymour, George Steele.
    41, 61
    Shapiro, Dorothy B.
    40
    Sherwin, Sterling.
    155, 157
    Showerman, Grant.
    11
    Sizer, F. P.
    15
    Small, Gertrude Louise.
    64
    Smith, Frank DeSales.
    174
    Sparks, William Sheppard.
    73
    Stahl, John M.
    (See Series 7, volume 2)
    Straub, Carlyle.
    45, 48, 84, 85
    Sughroe, Charles.
    118
    Sullivan, Aloysius Michael.
    193, 197
    Thatcher, Maurice Hudson.
    101
    Trent, Lucia.
    194
    Trimble, James William.
    267 (see also Series 7, volumes 8, 11, and 12)
    Turner, Marion H.
    93
    Udall, Stewart Lee.
    (See Series 7, volume 10)
    Ulio, James A.
    136, 137, 138
    Untermeyer, Jean Starr.
    (See Series 10, number 1)
    Urry, William.
    (See Series 10, number 1)
    Van Doren, Mark.
    195 (see also Series 7, volume 7)
    Ward, Marie Erwin.
    160
    Weissart, Charles A.
    112
    Westwood, Richard W.
    92
    Weymer, Harry K.
    35
    White, George H.
    87
    White, Helen Constance.
    7, 196
    Wikstrom, Paul.
    76
    Williams, B. Y.
    98
    Williamson, Margaret.
    125
    Williamson, William Martin.
    150, 151
    Wills, Charles E.
    135
    Wons, Tony.
    49, 50
    Wood, Mildred.
    20
    Wrinn, Mary J. J.
    38
    Yuzon, Amado M.
    398 (see also Series 8, numbers 3 and 6)

    Index to poems by title

    (Series Number—Item Number)

    Abandoned Farm In Spring
    2-153, 370; 4-1
    Abandoned Lane
    2-371; 4-2
    Abandoned Road
    3-Apr
    Above The Street
    2-372
    Adventurer, The
    2-373; 4-4
    …(Adventures In Homemaking)
    4-362
    Afraid Of The Stairs
    2-374; 4-5
    After The Rain
    A-4
    Against Order
    2-375, 376; 3-106
    All That We Defend
    2-1089
    Almanac, The
    2-194, 377; 4-6
    Along The Trail
    2-378
    Altar, The
    2-379
    America Is Singing
    2-380; 3-8
    Angel Food Cake
    2-381; 3-58
    Another Way
    7-Apr
    Answer, The
    2-149, 297, 382
    Answer In Gold
    2-383; 3-139
    Ant Battle
    A-5
    Ant Nest, The
    2-384; 4-8
    Antelopes
    2-146, 385; 4-9
    Apple Seeds
    A-15
    Apple Tree, The
    2-386
    Apples Over A Fence
    2-10; 3-75; A-1
    Archery Class
    10-Apr
    Archery Class- Girls' School
    2-387, 388
    Argument, The
    2-389, 390; 3-40; 4-11
    Armistice Day, 1943
    2-391
    Army Of Wild Flowers
    2-392; 3-43
    Ashes
    2-80, 393
    At An Orchard Gate
    2-321, 394
    August Noon
    2-395
    Autumn
    2-396; 4-12
    Autumn Colors
    2-397
    Autumn Garden
    2-398; 4-13
    Autumn In The Desert
    2-399
    Autumn Inventory
    Mar-44
    Autumn Midnight
    2-103, 400
    Autumn Rafters
    2-401; 4-14
    Autumn Rain
    15-Apr
    Autumn Road, An
    2-368, 402; A-28
    Autumn Song
    2-4, 264, 403, 404, 405, 406; 3-16; 4-16; 6-139; A-1
    Autumn Tavern
    2-104, 407; 4-17, 18
    Autumn Threnody
    2-86, 269, 408
    Autumn Waterfall
    2-291, 409
    Autumn Woods
    2-205,410
    Autumnal
    2-77, 95, 266, 411, 412
    Autumnal Equinox
    2-217, 413; 4-19, 20
    Back In These Meadows
    2-191, 326, 414
    Back To The Sea
    2-415; 3-159; 4-21
    Ballad Of The Cities
    2-416, 417
    Banking The Wall
    22-Apr
    Banner, The
    23-Apr
    Banners Of The Cedars
    2-418
    Barge Canal
    2-419; 4-24
    Barn Swallows
    2-420, 421
    Bat Chimney
    2-422; 4-25
    Beachcomber
    Mar-37
    Beauty Defends
    2-79, 425; 3-145
    Bee Hunter, The
    2-161, 302, 423
    Bee-Tree, The
    2-424
    Behind Its Fallen Walls
    2-108, 426
    Better Reason, A
    2-427; 3-35
    Bill Of Sale
    2-428; 4-26
    Birds In The Wind
    3-122; 4-27, 28
    Bird's Nest
    2-429
    Bittersweet
    2-430
    Bittersweet In A Flower Shop
    2-431; 4-29
    Black Butterfly
    2-432
    Black Colt, The
    2-433; 4-30
    Bloodroot In An Old Field
    2-37, 434, 435
    Bloom
    2-288, 436
    Bloom Of Butterflies
    2-139, 437; 4-31
    Blue Lagoon
    Apr-32
    Boast, The
    2-178; 4-33
    Boat, The
    2-438
    Bobsled Ride, The
    2-184, 439; 4-34
    Book-Ends, The
    2-440
    Boughs
    2-294
    Bouquet, The
    4-35; A-4
    Boy In A Coal Car
    2-441; 4-36; A-23
    Boys Tease A Wounded Hawk
    4-37; A-9
    Breaking The Colt
    Apr-38
    Breast Of Stone
    2-188, 323, 442
    Bridges
    2-192, 443
    Brief Inventory
    3-144
    Brief Wings
    2-62, 444
    Bright Blocks
    2-445
    Broken Gourd, The
    2-446, 447
    Broken Lock, The
    Mar-70
    Broken Music
    2-367
    Brook Under Snow
    2-316, 448; 4-39
    Buffalo Robe, The
    3-170
    Bullfrog Chorus
    2-449; 3-61
    Burning Leaves
    Apr-40
    Burro Bells In The Moonlight
    A-7
    Burros
    2-143; 4-41
    Butterflies On The Rock
    14-Mar
    Butterfly, The
    Apr-42
    Byroad, The
    2-450; 4-43
    Cactus Bloom
    Apr-44
    Caleb Andrew Williams, Banker
    2-610
    Calves In Pasture
    2-451; 4-45
    Captured Hawk, A
    2-355, 452
    Cardinal's Nest, The
    2-453; 3-29
    Caribbean Coast
    2-454; 3-152
    Carrier Pigeon
    Apr-46
    Castle, The
    2-268; 3-174
    Cattle In The Autumn Wood
    2-455; 4-47
    Caution
    2-456; 3-85
    Cave, The
    2-190, 457, 458, 459, 460; 3-31; 4-48; A-27
    Cavern Winds
    2-339
    Caverns
    Apr-49
    Cedar
    2-461
    Cedar On The Ledge
    2-141; 4-51
    Cedar River
    2-365, 462
    Cedars
    Apr-52
    Cellars
    2-463
    Century Of Progress Hymn
    4-53, 54
    Century Of Progress Hymn, 1933
    2-464
    Century Of Progress Hymn, 1933-
    2-105, 271
    Chain Of Flowers
    2-81; 3-91; 4-55
    Change Of Plans, A
    2-465; 3-27
    Changed Country
    2-220, 466
    Charity Basket
    2-98, 467; 4-56, 57, 214
    Charm Against Avarice
    2-468
    Chickadee Tracks
    2-469; 3-183
    Child and Meadowlark
    Mar-54
    Child and Minnow
    2-470
    Child's Question, A
    2-64, 471
    Chimney, The
    2-229, 472
    Chimney Swallows
    Feb-44
    Chinese Print, A
    2-13; 4-58
    Chips
    2-473, 474; 4-59
    Choice Of Eagles, The
    2-279
    Christmas Letter, A
    2-23, 475
    Christmas Tree, The
    2-476; 4-60
    Christophe's Citadel
    2-216, 337, 477
    Cider
    4-61, 62
    Circle, The
    2-97, 236, 478; 4-63
    Cities Of America, The
    2-479; 3-7
    City In The Desert, The
    2-480
    Cliff, The
    2-481
    Climbing Rose, The
    2-482
    Clipped Hedge, The
    2-483
    Clod, The
    2-152, 300, 484
    Cloud Islands
    2-485
    Clouds At Sunset
    2-486; 4-64
    Clump Of Bushes, The
    2-487; 4-66
    Coast
    2-488
    Coasting Hill
    2-185, 489; 4-67
    Cobwebs
    2-490; 4-68
    Cock-Crow
    2-491
    Cock Crows Near The Desert, A
    2-366, 492
    Cock Pheasant
    3-167; A-3
    Cockatoos
    2-493; 4-69, 70
    Cold Spell
    Mar-92
    Colt In The Wire
    2-66; 3-125
    Colts
    2-47, 299, 494
    Colts In Pasture
    Apr-65
    Communication
    3-157
    Compass, The
    2-495; 4-71
    Conquest
    2-167, 304, 496
    Continuity Of Courage, The
    2-497, 498, 499
    Contradiction
    2-500
    Contradictions
    2-501; 4-72
    Copperhead, The
    Feb-76
    Core, The
    2-201, 502
    Corn Huskers, The
    2-504, 505; 4-73
    Country Night Sounds
    Apr-74
    Courage
    2-506, 507; 3-82
    Covered Bridge
    2-14; 3-133
    Cowbells
    2-227; 4-75
    Cowbird, The
    2-508, 509, 510; 4-76
    Crocus
    2-512; 3-137
    Crocus, The
    2-511
    Crows
    2-513
    Crows In Spring
    2-514; 4-77, 78
    Crow's Nest, The
    2-102, 252, 515
    Culprit, The
    2-516; 3-56
    Cupped Hand, The
    2-517
    Currents
    2-260
    Curtain, The
    2-518; 9-46
    Cycles
    2-218, 333, 519
    Cyclone Cellar
    Apr-79
    Damask Rose
    2-520
    Damask Roses
    3-146
    Dandelions
    2-521; 4-80
    Danger
    2-82, 522; 3-79
    Dead Wood
    Apr-81
    Death Valley
    2-129, 286, 523
    Debt, The
    2-524; 3-84
    Deeper In The Interior
    2-525; 3-5
    Deeper Spring, A
    2-245
    Defeat
    2-526
    Delirium
    2-527
    Desert
    2-131, 528, 529, 530, 763; 4-82, 214; A-21; 9-106
    Desert, The
    2-142, 295, 531, 532; 4-97
    Desert Bird Bath, A
    2-533
    Desert Bird Bath, A
    2-277
    Desert Bruial
    A-5
    Desert Legend
    2-352, 534
    Desert Penitents
    2-535
    Desert Rain
    2-536
    Desert Shadow Songs
    2-369, 537
    Deserted Barn In Winter
    2-232, 346, 538
    Deserted Farms
    4-83, 182
    Deserted Grist Mill
    2-539
    Deserted Mill
    2-112, 540; 4-84
    Deserted Orchard
    2-171, 309
    Deserted Orchards
    2-541
    Design For The Frost
    2-542; 4-85, 86, 87
    Detour, The
    2-543, 544; 4-88
    Dewdrop
    2-34; 3-53
    Discarded Map
    2-211; 4-89
    Discoveries
    Apr-90
    Discovery
    6-120
    Dock Watchman
    2-545
    Dogwood
    2-546
    Dogwood Winter
    15-Mar
    Downy Things
    2-547; 4-91
    Dragons, The
    2-548; 3-69
    Drifted Spring
    2-549
    Dropped Stitch, The
    2-225; 4-92, 93
    Dry Season
    2-158, 550; 4-94
    Dump Heap
    2-204, 331, 551; 4-95
    Dusty Road
    Apr-96
    Early Morning In A Glade
    2-121, 280, 552; 4-97; A-19
    Early Morning In Spring
    3-130
    Early Pasture
    2-553; 4-98
    Earth Renewed; Three Poems Of Spring
    4-381
    Earth's Nearness
    2-554; 3-136
    Echo, The
    2-555, 556; 4-99
    Edge, The
    20-Feb
    Edge Of Spring, The
    2-557; 4-100
    Elusive Beauty
    2-137, 558; 4-101
    End, The
    Feb-31
    End Of Summer
    2-559; 4-102
    Experienced Traveler
    4-103
    Explorers
    2-197; 4-104
    Eyes Light Up, The
    2-560; 4-105, 106
    Faces
    2-561
    Fall Plowing
    2-562, 563; 4-107
    Falling Blossoms
    2-564
    Family Album
    2-565; 4-108
    Fancy Boat, The
    2-566; 3-23
    Fancy Work
    2-567
    Farm, The
    2-568; 9-47
    Farm Burial Ground
    2-569; 4-109, 110
    Father To His Dead Son, A
    2-351, 570
    Fawn's First Rain, A
    2-571; 4-111
    Fawn's First Snow, A
    A-7
    Feel Of Silk, The
    2-244
    Fence, The
    A-17; 4-182
    Field, The
    2-18, 154, 572, 573, 574; 3-123; 4-112
    Field Mice
    2-575
    Field Of Red Clover, A
    4-113, 114
    Fiesta
    2-576
    Fifty Sacks Of Corn
    2-240
    Fine Feathers
    4-115
    Fireflies
    2-577
    Firewood
    4-116
    First Day At School
    2-579
    First Loneliness
    2-578; 3-74
    First Parting
    2-579, 580; 4-117
    First Sled, The
    2-581; 4-118
    First Snowfall
    4-119
    First Spring In Town
    2-582, 583; 4-120
    First Sping Rain
    Mar-46
    First Tracking Snow
    2-318, 584; 4-121
    Flamingo
    2-585; 3-117
    Flax Flower
    2-36, 586; 4-122, 123
    Flight Of Herons -- Gila River
    2-125, 289, 587; 4-241
    Flock Of Chickadees
    2-588; 4-124
    Flood Control
    3-166
    Floodmark
    2-282
    Flower, The
    2-589; 4-125
    Flowering Locust
    2-590, 591, 592
    Flowers On The Ledge
    2-593; 4-126
    Fog
    4-127, 200
    Footprints In The Dew
    2-594; 4-128
    Footsteps In Snow
    2-595; 4-130
    For The New Year
    2-596
    Forest Of Ferns
    2-597; 4-131
    Forgotten Hands
    2-598; 4-132
    Foundation, The
    3-87; 4-133
    Fountain, The
    2-40; 3-158
    Four-Leaf Clover
    4-134
    Fox Tracks
    2-601; 3-163
    Free Samples
    2-602; 4-135
    Friends In Spring
    2-196, 603; 4-136, 137, 138, 139
    Fugitives
    Sep-48
    Gain
    2-604, 605; 4-140
    Game Country
    2-127, 606; 4-141
    Garden Left Alone
    2-230, 607, 608; 4-142, 143; A-22
    Garden Mood
    2-166, 307, 609
    Ghost Town Album
    2-610
    Ghost Towns
    2-145; 3-110; 4-144
    Ghostly Battles
    A-24
    Gifts
    2-247
    Girl And Orchard
    3-131
    Girl In The Spring Wind
    2-611
    Girl's Choir
    2-612
    Girls' Choir
    2-612; 3-90
    Giving
    2-187, 613; 4-145
    Glass Cane, The
    2-614; 4-146
    Gnawing Mouse, The
    3-122
    Golden Interval
    2-615; 4-147
    Good Sign, A
    Mar-36
    Good Turn, A
    20-Mar
    Gourd At The Spring, The
    2-110, 616, 617, 618; 4-148
    Gourds
    2-619
    Grandma
    2-620; 3-142
    Grapevine Swing
    2-621; 3-134
    Green Wood
    2-622; 4-149
    Ground Bird's Nest
    2-43; 4-150
    Grown Up
    2-623; 3-28
    Guardian Flower, The
    4-151
    Guardians, The
    2-624
    Guide-Line, The
    4-152
    Gulls
    2-625; 4-153
    Gypsy Song, A
    2-239, 626
    Gypsy Wagons
    2-627
    Harbor Dusk
    2-628; 4-154
    Harbor Lights
    2-629,630; 4-155
    Hard Place, A
    3-177; 4-156
    Hard Winter, A
    2-631
    Hardwood
    4-157
    Hardy Perennials
    2-632
    Harvest Song
    4-158
    Harvesters
    2-633, 634, 635; 4-159
    Haunted House
    2-111, 636; 4-160
    Haunted House, The
    19-Feb
    Haunted Mine, The
    2-637
    Haven, The
    Mar-99
    Hawk Circles
    2-638
    Hawk In The Twilight
    2-255
    Hay Makers
    2-640; 4-164
    Hay Wagon
    2-641
    Haystack In A Wintry Field
    2-642, 643; 4-165
    Hazy Weather
    2-644
    Heat Lightning
    2-6; 4-166
    Heirloom, The
    2-645; 4-167
    He Garden
    2-646
    Herb Garden
    Mar-89
    Herb Gardens
    Feb-63
    Herb Gatherer, The
    2-164, 647; 4-168
    Herd, The
    2-648
    High Pasture
    2-649
    High Pastures
    4-169
    Highest Apple, The
    2-650
    Hill Farm Auction
    2-651; 4-170
    Hill In Autumn, A
    2-173, 310, 652
    Hill Of Cedars
    2-72, 653; 4-171, 172
    Hill Pasture, The
    2-25, 168, 306, 654
    Hills
    2-655
    Hills In Twilight
    2-656, 657, 658; 4-173
    Hired Girl, The
    2-659
    Hollyhocks
    2-660, 661; 3-68
    Honey In The Wall
    2-5, 662, 663; 3-67, 176; 4-174, 175; A-1
    Horse Mint
    3-180
    Horses
    4-176
    House For The Birds, A
    2-664; 4-177
    House For The Wrens
    2-665; 4-178
    House In The Willows, The
    2-666
    Huckleberries
    2-667; 3-93
    Humming Bird, The
    2-668
    Hunting Dogs
    4-179
    Hurdy-Gurdy
    A-1, 26
    Hymn To The Desert
    2-669
    I Have Always Said I Would Go
    A-2
    I Have Been Picking Cherries
    4-180
    I Have Watched
    4-181
    I Heard A Gipsy's Violin
    2-363, 670
    I Heard A Thrush When Twilight Came
    2-357, 671
    I Made You A Song
    2-672
    I Shall Remember The Bugles
    2-673
    I Would Build Myself A House
    2-353, 674
    Ice Harvest (The Pool)
    4-182
    If Scars Are Worth The Keeping
    A-24
    In A First Reader
    4-183
    In An Oats Field
    10-Mar
    In An Old Orchard
    2-174, 313, 675; 4-184
    In The Cannon's Mouth
    2-115, 676, 677; 4-185
    In The Desert
    2-678, 679; A-17
    In The Firelight
    2-680, 681; 4-186
    Inheritance, The
    2-682
    Inscription On A Cabin Door
    2-683
    Inspiration
    4-187
    Interiors
    2-684
    Intimation To The Touch
    2-202, 330, 685
    Introduction
    2-686, 688
    Introduction (Child And Meadowlark)
    2-688
    Introduction Of A Child To A Meadowlark
    2-686, 687
    Intruder, The
    2-689; 3-121
    Invader, The
    2-690; 4-188
    Invocation
    2-691
    Island, The
    3-128; 4-189; A-23
    Isolation
    2-692, 693
    It Is Summer
    Feb-39
    It Was The Heart
    2-50, 694, 695
    Jewelled Idols
    2-696; 3-106
    Jim
    2-697
    Jose And Juan
    2-135, 698
    Journey
    4-190
    Journey's End
    4-191
    Jug, The
    2-699; 3-179
    Jungle, The
    2-90, 238, 700
    Jungle Night
    2-338
    Jungle River
    4-192
    Jungle Trail
    2-701
    Just Passing By
    4-193
    Keep A Place For Flowers
    Mar-95
    Key, The
    2-702
    Kind Of Apples, The
    2-703
    Kitten In The Snow
    2-704; 4-194
    Lake Of Gold
    2-705
    Landmark, The
    2-706
    Lantern, The
    2-707, 708; 3-115
    Lantern In The Storm
    2-709; 4-195
    Lark And The Guinea Hens, The
    2-243
    Lark Meadow
    2-132, 276, 710
    Lark's Feather
    2-711, 712; 4-196
    Larkspur
    2-28, 713; 3-50
    Lash, The
    4-182
    Last Corn Shock, The
    2-17, 714; 3-102, 124; 6-102; A-1, 6, 10, 16, 25, 30
    Last Cowboy, The
    4-197
    Last Grizzly, The
    2-118, 273, 715, 716
    Last Lark Of Summer
    2-85, 265, 717; 3-104; 4-198, 214
    Last Ship, The
    4-199
    Lasting Springs
    2-718; 4-200
    Late Comers
    Feb-41
    Late For Chores
    2-719, 720; A-1, 14, 23
    Late For School
    4-201
    Late From The Field
    4-202
    Late Plowing
    2-193; 4-203, 204, 205
    Late Winter Dusk
    4-206
    Leaf-Edge
    2-46, 721
    Leaf Patterns
    2-722; 4-207
    Leaves Agaisnt The Moon
    3-169; 4-208
    Ledge Flowers
    2-119, 274, 723; 4-102
    Left-Over Wood
    2-75; 3-149; 4-209
    Let There Be Kites Again
    2-16, 724; 4-210; A-23
    Let Winter Stay
    2-725
    Life Or Death
    A-28
    Lights, The
    2-726; 3-156
    Lines For Under A Ship Model
    2-212, 335, 727
    Listening
    2-728
    Little Bird
    2-157, 301, 729
    Little Owls, The
    2-11; 4-212; A-1
    Little Ships That Never Sail, The
    4-213, 214; 6-116; 9-51
    Little Spring, The
    A-20
    Little Spring Flows Clear Again, The
    4-215, 216; A-2, 19, 20
    Little Wolf, The
    2-730
    Little World, The
    3-150
    Locked Door, The
    2-107, 731, 732, 733; 4-217
    Locket, The
    2-222; 4-155
    Lone Drake
    2-734
    Lone Farmer
    2-735
    Loneliness
    2-203; 4-218
    Lonely Field, A
    2-736, 737, 738, 739; 3-171
    Lonely Flute
    2-740
    Lonely Road, A
    2-248
    Lost Boy
    2-99, 741; 4-219
    Lost Brook, The
    2-181, 312, 742; 4-220
    Lost Cities
    2-93, 263, 743
    Lost Heron
    2-130, 287, 744
    Lost Kite, The
    4-221
    Lost Place, The
    2-745; 4-222
    Lost Ship
    9-Mar
    Lost Spring, The
    2-165, 298, 746
    Lost Valley
    2-144; 4-223; A-26
    Lucifer
    2-257, 747, 748, 749; 4-224
    Magic Lariat
    3-49, 168; A-3, 12
    Mail Box
    2-750; 3-127
    Man Of Few Words
    2-51, 751; 3-13
    Manger On A Winter Night
    4-225
    Mangoes
    2-752; 4-226, 227
    Map, The
    2-753; 3-72
    Maple Sugar
    4-228
    March Wind
    2-754
    Marigolds
    4-182
    Marsh Creek
    2-57, 755
    Marsh Fire
    2-170, 756, 757, 758
    Marsh Grass
    4-229
    Mates
    4-230
    Meadow, The
    2-759; 4-231
    Meadow Land
    Mar-45
    Meadow Larks
    2-760
    Meek Man, A
    2-761
    Meeting By Moonlight
    4-232
    Memory
    2-762, 763
    Meteor
    2-764; 3-73
    Mexican Street Scene
    2-765; 3-65
    Miners Of Coal
    4-233
    Miniature, The
    4-234
    Mission Bell
    2-147, 293, 766, 767; 4-97; A-9
    Mock Orange
    2-768
    Moment Interlude
    2-358
    Moment Romantique
    2-30, 769
    Monkey House, The
    2-770
    Monument
    2-771
    Moonlight Harvest
    2-305
    Moonlight Sonata
    3-162
    More Scope
    2-772
    Morning
    2-117, 253, 773
    Mortgage
    2-774
    Moth Of Silence
    2-91, 775; 4-235
    Moths And Lights
    2-776
    Mountain Air (The Ozarks)
    2-777
    Mountain Background
    2-189, 324, 778
    Mountain Nocturne, A
    2-779
    Mountain Pastures
    2-780; 4-236
    Mountain Snow
    2-128, 285, 781
    Mountain Trail
    2-124, 284, 782
    Mountain Water
    3-122
    Mountainside Of Bloom, A
    4-237
    Mourning Doves
    2-113, 783, 784, 785, 786
    Murderer God Sentenced, The
    2-241
    My Christmas Tree
    2-27, 787; 3-97, 113
    My Fathers Tilled The Soil
    3-101
    My Neighbor's Garden
    2-788
    Nameplate For Our House
    3-76; 4-238
    Needle's Eye, The
    A-17
    Neighbors, The
    4-239
    Nest, The
    2-789; 4-240, 241; 9-49
    Nesting Place
    2-790, 791, 792
    Nests
    2-160, 793, 794; 4-242
    New Almanac
    2-795
    New Dress, The
    2-796, 797
    New Field, The
    2-798; 3-107
    New Neighbor, The
    2-799
    New Tenant
    2-151, 800; 4-243
    New Walls
    2-246
    Night
    2-48, 801; 3-12
    Night Hawk
    2-255
    Night Of Departures
    2-92, 262, 802
    Night Sound
    4-244
    1943
    2-803
    No Fire Left
    2-177; 3-123
    Nocturne
    2-804; 3-17
    Nocturne In June
    2-808
    Not To A Temple Dancer
    2-806
    Now
    2-807; 3-119
    Now In The Time Of Harvest
    2-808; 4-245
    O Dreamer Of Dreams
    2-350, 809; 4-246
    O Restless Spirit
    2-810
    Ode On The Completion Of The Panama Canal
    2-811; 3-38
    Of Certain Things
    4-247
    Old Barn In Winter
    Feb-78
    Old Barn Struck By Lightning, An
    2-163, 812, 813, 814, 815
    Old Barns In The Rain
    A-1, 23
    Old Bridge
    2-169, 816; 4-248
    Old Bridge In Snow
    2-319, 817; 4-249, 250
    Old Bridge In The Woodland
    2-818
    Old Bridges
    2-819; 3-86
    Old Gate, An
    2-820; 3-143
    Old Iron
    2-821
    Old Man At A Party
    2-822
    Old Man's Garden, An
    2-150, 823; 4-251
    Old Mansions
    2-340
    Old Mill, An
    2-824, 825
    Old Pasture
    4-252, 253
    Old Pasture Corners
    4-254
    Old Road In The Hills
    2-176, 826; 4-255
    Old Sailor, The
    A-29; 4-256
    Old Sled, An
    2-827
    Old Sportsman
    3-181
    Old Wedgewood Plates
    22-Feb
    Old Wood In Spring, An
    2-349, 828
    On Being Asked What Will Happen To Poetry In The Next Ten Years
    2-829, 830; 4-257
    On Being Asked Where Will The New Poets Come From
    2-15, 831
    On Building A Wood Fire
    26-Feb
    On Flushing A Cock Pheasant
    2-54, 832; 3-24, 167
    On Planting Hollyhocks
    2-660
    One Face From The Crowd
    2-833
    Orchard
    2-162, 303, 834; 4-258
    Orchard Interval
    2-207, 332, 835
    Orchard Spring
    4-381
    Out Of That Fury
    2-836
    Palace Of Dreams, The
    4-259
    Parallel
    2-315, 837
    Parlor Furniture
    2-209, 838; 4-260
    Pasture Brook
    2-839
    Pasture Spring, The
    4-261
    Patrins Of Summer
    4-262
    Pattern Of Swallows
    2-840
    Pearl, The
    2-841
    Peddler, The
    2-842
    Peddler Beats His Horse, A
    2-67; 3-182
    Peddlers Of Paris - 1943-, The
    Feb-69
    Percherons
    2-843; 3-116
    Permanence
    Feb-35
    Persimmons
    2-844; 3-147
    Pheasant, The
    4-263
    Picking Cherries
    2-845
    Piece Of String, A
    2-846; 4-264
    Pigeons
    2-847, 848; 3-60
    Pioneer Blood
    4-200
    Place For Flowers, A
    2-849
    Place In The Sun, A
    2-249
    Places I Will Take You
    3-108; 2-1131
    Plovers
    2-850
    Plowmen
    4-265
    Pocket Knife, The
    2-851
    Pollen
    2-852; 3-175
    Pond Lillies
    2-853, 854
    Pool, The
    4-182
    Pool In The Aspens, The
    4-266
    Possession
    2-327, 855
    Postscript, The
    2-856, 857; 4-267
    Prairie Fire
    2-858
    Price Of Corn, The
    2-242
    Processional
    2-859; 4-268
    Prospect Sign
    2-860
    Protective Coloring
    4-241
    Quack Medicines
    2-861, 862
    Quail, The
    2-4, 863; 3-158
    Quail In The Hay
    4-269
    Quail Procession
    2-320
    Quail's Nest, The
    2-364, 864
    Quality Of Courage, The
    2-865; 3-22
    Quest
    2-261
    Rabbits In The Hutch, The
    2-250
    Rag Doll, The
    2-866
    Rag Rug, The
    2-867; 3-18
    Rain After Drouth
    2-159; 4-270
    Raindrop
    2-60, 868
    Range Calves
    2-869; 3-165
    Range Cattle
    2-140, 763, 870, 871; 3-63; 4-271; A-23
    Rats
    2-872; 3-173
    Realization
    2-873
    Reasonable Doubt, A
    2-874; 3-34
    Rebels, The
    2-341
    Reckoning
    2-875
    Red Ear, The
    A-15
    Red Geranium, The
    2-876; 4-272
    Redbuds, The
    2-877; 3-138
    Refuge
    2-878; 4-241, 273
    Remember, O Cities
    2-879
    Rememberance Of A Woodland
    4-274
    Renewed Search
    2-325
    Requiem
    3-126; A-5
    Retrospect
    3-169
    Revealed (On Watching An Oil Painting Being Cleaned)
    2-114, 880, 881, 882, 883; 4-275
    River Change
    2-884
    Riveter, The
    2-885, 886
    Road Warnings
    2-887
    Rock Ledges
    2-888
    Root-Bound
    2-889; 4-276
    Root Cellar
    2-890, 891; 3-51
    Roots
    2-133, 892; 4-277
    Roots Of Pain, The
    2-893; 3-107
    Rough Hands
    2-894; 4-278
    Ruins
    2-Mar
    Ruts In The Thaw
    2-354, 895
    Saboteurs
    2-896
    Sacked City--Old Panama, The
    2-215, 334, 897
    Sailing Ships In Storm
    2-898, 899, 900
    Sailor's House
    2-901
    Sales, The
    2-902
    Salt For The Cattle
    4-279
    Salt Lick
    2-210, 342, 903
    Salute To The Pioneers
    3-100, 101, 111; 4-280
    Salute To The Pioneers (Carroll County, 1839-1939)
    9-101
    Salvation
    4-281
    Sanctuary
    2-904; 4-282
    Sanctuary, The
    2-906, 907, 908
    Sand Box
    2-909
    Scarecrow
    2-910; 3-33
    Scarecrow In Autumn
    4-283
    Sea Chest, The
    2-911, 912
    Sea-Rain
    2-913, 914
    Sea Shell, The
    2-199, 915; 4-284
    Sea Shell In Mountain Brook
    2-916
    Second Look
    2-917
    Secret Hoard, The
    2-206; 4-285
    Sent For Water
    2-24, 918, 919, 920; 4-286; A-26
    Sentinels
    2-921; 4-287
    September Water-Color
    9-120
    September Watercolor
    2-922
    Serpent Skin, The
    2-923
    Shadows On Leaves
    3-106
    Shadows On The Grass
    2-924
    Shadowy Hand
    2-925; 3-88
    Shangri-La
    2-926; 927
    Shattered Lute, The
    2-928
    Shell, The
    2-929, 930
    Shells
    2-931
    Shining Armor
    2-932; 4-288
    Ship Comes In, A
    2-213, 933
    Ship's Bell
    2-256, 934; A-11
    Ship's Lantern
    2-935; 3-114
    Ships That Never Sail
    Mar-96
    Shower At Harvest Time
    2-936, 937; 4-289
    Shower Of Dew
    2-56, 938
    Sickle Moon
    3-1; 4-290
    Siesta
    4-291
    Sign Boards, The
    2-939
    Signboards, The
    Mar-81
    Silence
    4-292, 293
    Silent Trumpets
    2-940
    Silouettes
    2-941; 4-294
    Since Youth Is All For Gladness
    2-360, 942; A-18, 28
    Sink Hole, The
    4-83, 182, 295
    Sky Pages
    2-208, 343, 943
    Slow Defeat
    2-182, 944, 945, 946; 3-123
    Slow Quest
    2-172, 261, 947
    Small Boy In A Garden
    2-948
    Smell Of Water, The
    2-136, 949, 950
    Snow Architect
    2-951; 4-296
    Snow In Spring
    2-219, 952; 4-297
    Snow Of The Roofs
    2-953, 954; 4-298
    Snowbird
    3-122
    Snowed In
    2-955
    Snowflake On Her Cheek
    4-299
    Snowy Adventure
    4-300
    Snowy Bough
    2-956
    So Brief The Time
    2-957; 3-71
    So Soon The Fruit
    2-74, 958; 4-301
    Softly The Night
    2-959; 4-302
    Sombrero
    2-960
    Son Of The Middle Border…
    3-160
    Song
    2-42, 53, 71, 126, 278, 362, 961, 962, 963, 964, 965, 966, 968, 969, 970, 971, 972, 973, 974, 975; 3-3, 63, 64, 112, 122; 4-182, 303, 304, 305; A-9
    Song For This Spring
    2-976; 3-83
    Song In Autumn
    4-306
    Song In The Wind
    4-307
    Songs Of The Plains
    A-19
    Songs Out-of-Doors
    Apr-97
    Songs While The Fruit Is Growing
    2-977
    Sonnet
    2-100, 267, 978
    Sower Who Reaped The Sea, The
    2-979
    Sparrows
    2-980
    Sparrows, The
    2-981
    Sparrows' Choice, The
    2-982; 3-19
    Spring
    2-983; 4-308
    Spring-And-War
    2-55, 984; 3-77
    Spring Comes To Desert Mountains
    2-985; 4-309
    Spring From Granite
    2-122, 281, 986
    Spring House, The
    2-987; 4-310
    Spring Interval
    4-311
    Spring Morning
    2-21, 988; 4-312, 313, 314
    Spring Plowing
    2-989; 4-315, 316
    Spring Revived, A
    2-990; 4-317
    Squirrel Nests
    2-991; 3-26
    Squirrels
    4-318
    Stag Comes To Drink, A
    2-993
    Star, The
    4-319
    Star-Face
    2-251
    Star Map
    2-994
    Stars In Water
    2-9; 4-320
    Stir Of Wings
    2-49, 763, 995
    Stone Wall
    2-996; 3-124
    Storm Come To The Desert
    2-997
    Storm- Flowers
    2-359
    Storm In The Night
    2-998
    Storm-Rain Songs
    2-999
    Strange Harvest
    2-344, 1000
    Strategy, The
    2-1001
    Strays
    2-120, 275, 1002, 1003; 4-321
    Strong Men
    2-234, 1004; 3-62
    Summer Memory, A
    2-1005; 4-322
    Summer Night
    4-323
    Summer Twilight
    2-200, 328, 1006
    Sundial
    2-1007; 4-324
    Sunset Argosy
    2-1008
    Survival
    2-1009; 4-325, 326
    Swallows Have Returned, The
    4-327
    Swamp Water
    3-151
    Swift Water
    2-1010
    Talk Of Cedars, The
    2-134, 292, 1011
    Tamed Drake, The
    4-328, 329, 330
    Tapestry, The
    2-96, 235, 1012, 1013
    Targets
    2-1014
    Tent, The
    2-1015; 4-331
    Tested Things
    2-1016; 3-48
    These Fragrances
    4-332
    These Moments
    2-70, 1017
    Their Autumn Night
    2-1018, 1019
    Three Poems
    4-200
    Threshing Day
    2-1020; 4-333
    Through The Blowing Leaves
    A-11
    Thunder In The Desert
    2-1021
    Thunder In The Jungle
    2-1022; 3-128
    Thunder Shower
    4-334
    Tide, The
    2-1023
    Time
    2-1024, 1025
    Tired Hands
    2-68, 1026
    To A Caged Hawk
    4-335
    To A Child Trying To Catch A Minnow
    2-470
    To A Cottonwood
    4-336; A-13
    To A Lantern
    2-1027
    To A Late Robin
    2-1028; 3-140
    To A Quail Calling In The Dusk
    2-311; 3-105
    To A Rabbit's Foot
    2-1029,1030
    To A Robin In Late Summer
    Mar-63
    To A Scarlet Tanager
    A-18
    To A Ship's Lantern
    2-2031; 4-337
    To A Thrush In LaSalle Street
    2-89, 259, 1032
    To A Young Sophisticate
    Mar-42
    To My Horse
    2-329; 4-338
    To One Reported Missing
    2-83, 1033
    To Quail Under Snow Crust
    2-231, 347, 1034
    To The Statuette Of A Boy…
    2-1035
    To Thirst
    2-1036
    To Tried Steel
    3-161
    Tollhouse, The
    2-223, 1037; 4-339
    Too Much Freedom
    2-1038, 1039; 3-21
    Touch, The
    2-1040; 4-340
    Touch Of Magic
    4-341
    Toy Balloons
    2-1041, 1042
    Toys
    2-1043
    Tracks In The Snow
    3-183
    Train Whistle-Spring Night
    2-1044; 4-342
    Tramps And Scarecrow
    2-1045; 3-118
    Tramp Steamer
    2-1046; 3-80; 4-343, 344, 345, 346
    Transients
    2-109, 1047; 4-273
    Trapped Waters
    2-59, 1048
    Travel Notes
    2-106, 1049; 4-347
    Travelers
    2-7; 4-348
    Traveler's Return
    Feb-52
    Traveling At Home
    2-1051; 3-141
    Travellers
    A-1
    Tree, The
    2-195; 4-349
    Tree Remembered, The
    2-1051, 1052; 3-178
    Tree Rings
    Mar-57
    Tree-Rings
    2-1053
    Tree Sounds
    2-38; 4-350
    Trees By Water
    2-1054
    Trees In Storm
    2-314, 1055
    Tropic Port
    2-214, 336, 1056
    Tropic Tapestry
    4-351
    Tropic Town
    2-1057; 4-352
    Trout, The
    2-1058
    Tugboat Captain
    2-1059
    Tumble Weeds
    2-290
    Turning Home
    2-175, 226, 345, 1061, 1062; 4-353
    Two Pairs Of Gloves
    2-1063
    Two Towns, The
    2-33, 180, 317, 1064
    Vagabond At The Gates, A
    2-1065, 1066; 3-154, 155, 172; A-8
    Valentine, The
    4-354
    Village Bus Depot
    2-1067; 3-109
    Village Of The Doves, The
    2-356, 1068
    Vine, The
    2-1069, 1070
    Vine At The Edge Of An Abyss
    2-123
    Vine At The Edge Of The Abyss
    2-283, 1071
    Visit, The
    2-224; 9-50
    Visitors
    2-1072; 4-355
    Voice, The
    2-221, 1073; 4-356
    Voice Through The Thunder
    2-1074; 3-140
    Voyages
    4-357
    Wagon In The Lane
    2-1075; 4-358
    Wagons
    2-179, 1076; 3-94, 101
    Wagons Come At Sunset, The
    2-1077; 4-359
    Wall, The
    4-360
    Wander's Drinking Song, A
    4-361
    Wash Day In The Tropics
    4-362
    Watchers, The
    2-1078, 1079
    Watching By A Sick Bed
    2-58, 1080; 3-4
    Water Over A Cliff
    Mar-55
    Watercress
    2-1081; 4-363
    Waterfall
    2-291, 241
    Water-Finder, The
    A-17
    Watering The Stock
    2-1082; 3-30
    Water-wheel
    2-1083; 3-164
    Wave Of Roses, A
    A-4
    We Burn The Leaves- 1943-
    Feb-73
    We Do Not Say Farewell
    12-Feb
    Wedge Of Wings, The
    2-1085; 4-364
    What If All Beauty Stays?
    2-1086
    What Is In Water
    Mar-98
    What Is In Water?
    2-1087, 1088
    What We Defend
    2-1089; 3-6, 78; 4-365
    What Would You Do?
    2-1090
    When The Cows Come Home
    4-366
    Where Dreams Have Been
    2-29; 4-367
    Where Gypsy Wagons Stood
    4-368
    Where Summer Passed
    4-369
    White Ballet
    2-3; 3-52
    White Birches
    2-1091
    White Cane, The
    2-1092; 4-370; A-26
    White Fences
    2-1093
    White Heron, The
    3-129
    White Owl
    2-361, 1094
    White Processionals
    2-1095; 4-371
    White Water
    2-101, 308, 1096
    Who Has Not Loved
    2-1097
    Wild Crab Apples
    Mar-47
    Wild Ducks On the Pond
    2-1098
    Wild Geese
    2-1099
    Wild Geese Again
    3-41; 4-381
    Wild Goose, The
    2-1100; 3-120
    Wild Goose Feather
    2-1101; 4-372
    Wild Honey
    3-11; 4-373, 374
    Wild Rose
    4-375, 376
    Wild Roses, The
    2-8, 1102; 3-135
    Wild Stallion
    2-1103, 1104; 4-377
    Wild Strawberries
    2-155; 4-378
    Willow Dam, A
    4-379
    Willow Dam, The
    4-380
    Willow Whistle
    2-258; 4-381
    Willow Whistle, A
    2-156, 740, 1105; 4-382, 383
    Wind In The Corn
    2-1106; 4-384
    Windbreak, The
    2-198, 1107
    Windmill, The
    2-1108; 3-32
    Windows, The
    2-1109; 4-385
    Winds, Blow No Longer
    2-1110
    Wings
    2-1111, 1112; 4-386
    Wings Into Sunset
    2-94, 720, 1113; 4-97
    Wings Of Dusk
    3-103
    Winter Chores
    2-1114; 4-387
    Winter Morning
    2-183, 1115, 1116
    Winter Music
    4-388
    Winter Signs
    3-148
    Winter Song
    2-1117
    Winter Twilight
    2-1118
    Winter Wheat
    2-61; 4-389
    Witch Grass
    2-1119
    Witches' Song
    4-390
    Wolf, The
    2-1120
    Woman At Harvest
    2-1121
    Wood
    2-1122; 3-25
    Wood Lot, The
    4-391
    Wood Thrush
    Feb-65
    Woodland Bridge
    2-1123; 4-392, 393
    Woodland In Winter
    2-228, 1124; 4-394, 395
    Woodland Spring, A
    2-1125; 4-396
    Woodpile
    2-1126; 3-59
    Words
    2-32, 695, 1127; 3-39
    Workhorses On Sunday
    2-1128
    Wren's House
    2-88, 237, 1129

    Index to poems by first line

    (Series Number—Item Number)

    A bee has groped from the heart of a flower,
    4-303
    A broken bough on the tree--
    2-21, 988
    A careless wind had sowed the seeds
    2-593; 4-126
    A child is playing in the sand…
    2-909
    A cock crows near the desert
    2-366
    A cock crows near the desert;
    2-492
    A fawn sleeps in the glade.
    2-121, 280, 552; 4-97; A-19
    A feathery touch, cold from the upper air,
    4-299
    A fire that smolders in his brain;
    2-491
    A gloom has settled on the earth before,
    2-497, 498, 499
    A high wall is between our places--
    4-360
    A hurry of wings past the sunset's gold,
    2-961
    A jade vase in a quiet room
    4-182
    A little wind will loosen now
    2-4, 264, 403, 404, 405; 3-16; 4-16; 6-139; A-1
    A lofty man had found his rest at last
    2-771
    A lonely boy, across the upland pasture
    2-239, 626
    A lonely field soon gets in trouble.
    2-171, 736, 737, 738, 739
    A path, grown over, led into the field.
    2-574
    A piece of string
    2-846; 4-264
    A pile of hard wood that we have to chop
    2-1126; 3-59
    A poorhouse is just that and little more--
    2-247
    A potent dust drifts out on winds, unseen
    2-852; 3-175
    A rumble in the dark throat of the hills
    2-1022; 3-128
    A ship of cloud fades down the west
    2-358
    A shower drove him from his garden ground
    2-664; 4-177
    A stag comes to drink at a spring that is flowing
    2-993
    A tiny hollow in rust-colored rock
    2-277, 533
    A wash day was a serious matter--
    4-362
    A wave of roses broke against the wall
    A-4
    A white beach, where the lazy breakers curl,
    2-1057; 4-352
    A white cloud drifts to meet a sail at sea
    A-29; 4-256
    A wide smooth highway passes it, unheeding
    2-223, 1037; 4-339
    About deserted farms there is a sense
    4-83, 182
    About us in the night we hear
    3-169; 4-208
    Above the blue door is a scroll
    2-104, 407; 4-17, 18
    Above the map a reaching hand was spread
    2-753
    Above the map a reaching hand was spread,
    Mar-72
    Above the pale cracked lips of sand
    2-130, 287, 744
    Above the patchwork of the snow
    2-511
    Above you, through steel-tinted slits of eyes,
    2-231, 347, 1034
    Across from the hillside where we stood
    2-904, 905; 4-282
    Across the massive ruins of the walls
    2-921; 4-287
    Across the melting snows
    4-127
    After lightning's blinding flash
    2-998
    After the rain in the upland pastures
    2-962; A-4
    Again great prows are gliding through a sea
    2-486; 4-64
    Again the clouds are sailing ships
    4-312, 313, 314
    Against the horizon I have seen their heads
    2-140, 763, 870, 871; 3-63; 4-271; A-23
    Against the moon, the frosted tower
    2-103, 400
    Ages ago the families huddled
    2-48, 801; 3-12
    All day his courage faced the growing odds;
    Mar-99
    All night the pounding blizzard shaped
    2-184, 439; 4-34
    All that he struggled for he loved,
    4-281
    All working days of each week, they had plodded
    2-1128
    Along the hillside where the wagon wheels
    2-895, 354
    Along this rippled grass birds dip their breasts
    4-229
    Always, when they had come before,
    2-107, 732, 733, 731; 4-217
    American is singing--
    8-Mar
    America is singing--not the catchtunes
    2-380
    Among discarded things, the shacks had grown
    2-204, 331, 551; 4-95
    An empty wagon makes the loudest sound--
    2-179, 1076; 6-94, 101
    Another plowman turns the furrows
    4-315
    Another wonder of the world is made.
    2-811
    Another wonder of the world is made!
    Mar-38
    Are these the fields where the hail
    2-139, 383
    Around me in the upland pasture
    4-307
    Around us silence of the night,
    2-58, 1080; 3-4
    As if the world must hear in silence
    2-940
    Ask all men what we defend and each may make
    2-1089
    Ask all men what we defend, and each may make
    3-6, 78; 4-365
    Ask one who knowns and he will say
    2-75; 3-149; 4-209
    At dawn, five petals, the color
    2-36; 4-122
    At first, I could not tell
    15-Apr
    At first I thought it was the sound
    2-40; 3-158
    At first, it seemed incredible--
    2-706
    At first the boy had meant
    2-429
    At first the thunder sounded
    2-1021
    "At last I have it" whispered Kate, "at last"
    2-244
    At many fires I warmed
    2-1117
    At twilight in that land of weathered hills
    2-250
    At work on inland farms he must have dreamed
    3-96; 6-116
    At work on inland farms he must have dreamed,
    4-213, 214; 9-51
    Back and forth against the sky
    2-562, 563; 4-107
    Back in these meadows not a thing is changed;
    2-191, 326, 414
    Bare willows form a straggling line
    2-535
    Beauty defends itself against all comers:
    2-79, 425; 3-145
    Because fawns sleep in daisies
    2-126, 278, 963
    Because three little girls had roamed away
    4-35; A-4
    Before the battle soldiers fight the fear
    A-24
    Behind its fallen walls is the city broken
    2-108, 426
    Behold the realms of light
    2-994
    Behold this sudden prince who goes
    2-580
    Below headlands, ephemeral
    2-485
    Below the wooly cap, his eyes
    2-581; 4-118
    Beside his pasture brook the ragweeds stood
    4-263
    Beside the road, the town dump desecrates
    2-8, 1102; 3-135
    Between these twin fawns caught in ecstacy
    2-440
    Beyond the tropic town the beaches curl
    Mar-37
    Birds never find a scarcity of things.
    2-793; 4-242
    Black flames of Barbary long ago had dyed
    2-251
    Blown leaves are flecks of rust
    2-92, 262, 802
    Blushing less than the peach
    2-844; 3-147
    Boy with the willow whistle blow
    4-381
    Boy with the willow whistle, blow
    2-258
    Brief histories of loveliness
    2-594; 4-128
    Bright masts swat upward on the rippled blue
    2-214, 336, 1056
    Bronze is too cold and too exact
    3-76; 4-238
    Brooks bellowed from the hills
    2-149, 297, 382
    By chance I found it, blooming in a place
    2-589; 4-125
    By the luminous shore of a moon-kissed sea
    4-259
    Cattle, grazing down to the roots
    2-136, 949, 950
    Cloud-ships are riding the pearly billows
    2-156, 1105
    Cloud-ships are riding the rainbow billows
    4-382
    Coal smoke pressed down the heavy air
    2-372
    Crowds swept through canyons of the patterned stone--
    2-221, 1073; 4-356
    Curve after curve the river
    2-1010
    Dark rivulets of bison trickled here,
    2-210, 342, 903
    Dark water flows between
    2-57, 755
    Death under the sea
    3-128
    Deep in the clearing of the winter wood
    2-229, 472
    Deep down in the darkness and the chill of a world in a crumbling cell,
    4-233
    Deserted, it stands in a cup
    2-19, 111, 636; 4-160
    Despoilers of the earth have battered down
    2-692, 693
    Dip your hand in the mountain water
    4-182
    Dolores wears a crimson dress to match her flaming lips
    2-576
    Down a hill,then up a hill
    2-368, 402; A-28
    Down a trail of the mountain
    A-7
    Down the lane and across the clover
    20-Mar
    Down through a valley that yucca clouded,
    4-197
    Down trails whore burros, saddled
    4-116
    Down wide hushed stairways of the air,
    2-3; 3-52
    Drift softly, wings of dusk,
    3-103
    Dust settled on the grass along the lane;
    2-1009
    Dwarfed cedars line the steep banks, looking down
    2-365, 462
    Each day hurt dreams insisted
    2-500
    Each spring we watch the birds
    2-1111; 4-386
    Each year when all the dogwood altars
    15-Mar
    Early that spring he had made
    2-1082; 3-30
    Earth could not hold all richness that was there--
    2-162, 303, 834; 4-258
    Earth, heap the gold we cannot take away.
    2-86, 269, 408
    Earth quickens even at the mangled edge
    2-55, 984; 3-77
    Easy to cut-- quick to burn!
    2-1122; 3-25
    Ever since I remember the tentative stirring
    2-113, 783, 784, 785, 786
    Eyes learning to explore
    2-64, 471
    Faces…at the windows of the years
    2-561
    Far off a window's flower of light
    2-175, 1061; 4-353
    Fences and roads didn't mean a thing
    3-170
    Fields turn against the order and routine
    2-375, 376; 3-106
    First golden pollen of the dawn is blown
    4-169
    First of the downy things to wake and stir
    2-547; 4-91
    Five petals keep an innocence of blue
    2-586; 4-123
    Flamingo is a dancer--and many a gringo,
    2-585; 3-117
    Flash of the fang
    2-201, 308, 1096
    Flash of your silver pinions
    2-536
    Flesh that has never burned with fever,
    4-190
    Flying mane and rolling eyes,
    Apr-38
    Folded are wings of the winds;
    2-779
    For a little while the skin
    2-923
    For just a little while today
    2-953, 954; 4-298
    For many years the pasture spring could build
    7-Apr
    For sometime now, you have been making faces
    Mar-42
    Forever people have been staring down
    2-1087, 1088; 3-98
    Frail towers of the larkspur, blue and white,
    2-646
    From a copper-green cauldron of meadow
    2-513
    From all the fallen bloom of splendor lifts
    2-215, 334, 897
    From bramble citadels of snow
    2-320
    From cliffs I have watched the sea-rain trample the sea
    2-913, 914
    From high, green sanctuaries of its boughs,
    2-195; 4-349
    From hovels, in each stench of narrow street
    2-696; 3-106
    From root, through wood, to bloom, the sassafras
    3-132
    From slow dark waters edged with shadow-drift
    2-125, 289, 587; 4-241
    From slow, wide circles in the upper air
    4-161, 162, 163
    From that hot, treacherous jungle in his breast
    2-90, 238, 700
    From that lone dark before
    Feb-41
    From the dark stem of stone
    2-147, 293, 766, 767; 4-97; A-9
    From the mysterious depths
    3-129
    From the snowy bough
    2-956
    From this same road, I have seen before
    2-163, 812, 813, 814, 815
    From this spark-showered, grinding stone of days
    3-161
    Give me the silver strumming of the rain
    4-323
    God, greatest of poets, sing
    4-308
    Gone from those cellars now is every scent
    2-463
    Gone now are scars of flood and pounding storm
    2-14; 3-133
    Goose-wedges driving to the north this year
    2-1099
    Great friendliness I find in cliffs that break
    2-999
    Hail, roisterer from cool taverns
    2-174, 313, 675; 4-184
    He always said a scythe was meant
    20-Feb
    He banks the stone wall of his house with leaves,
    22-Apr
    He brought the plant to her when he returned
    2-768
    He did not only shovel snow
    4-300
    He drifts from dusts of twilight sifted there
    2-87, 255, 639
    He felt no pity, at the sagging gate--
    2-789
    He felt no pity at the sagging gate--
    Sep-49
    He followed the bees from clover couches,
    2-161, 302, 423
    He found me hunting in his clover field
    2-799
    He found the field, when first he came,
    2-182, 944, 945, 946; 3-123
    He guards dark heaps of cargo, waiting now
    2-545
    He had assumed a bored indifference
    4-201
    He had chased it a long time,
    2-432
    He had grown used to cattle's patient eyes
    2-341
    He had never found the time to tame
    2-25, 168, 306, 654
    He had not taken kindly to the task
    2-896
    He had raced the clouds, and tossed
    2-66; 3-125
    He had seen that his father always took,
    Mar-36
    He intimated he was not one
    2-699; 3-179
    He is a figure standing on
    2-885, 886
    He jostled her a little in the crowd,
    2-1092; A-26
    He keeps it--while the fields have grown
    4-391
    He keeps pretending, more and more of late,
    4-178
    He lifts a shaggy eyebrow to observe
    2-822
    He remembered in books the young kings going
    2-641
    He remembers the time when wings flashed by
    2-745; 4-222
    He said a quail nest that he happened on
    2-45, 863; 3-158
    He saw again the eager lift of head,
    4-279
    He saw majestic towers rise
    2-268
    He seemed content enough each year--until
    Mar-70
    He smelled the smoke of apple wood
    2-318, 584
    He smelled the smoke of apple wood,
    4-121
    He started chopping the fragrant wood
    2-474
    He stood a moment at the edge
    A-28
    He stood with morning in the prairie grass
    3-160
    He tells of wild geese that had turned their wedge
    2-220, 466
    He turned from crowded streets, not knowing where
    2-196, 603; 4-136, 137, 138, 139
    He was a man of few words…
    2-51, 751; 3-13
    He was not like any other colt
    2-433; 4-30
    He was only a little lad
    2-24, 918, 919, 920; 4-286; A-26
    He, whom life drove from the city,
    2-480
    He worked for us one year
    2-911, 912
    Heat falters at these feathery walls, and turns
    2-597; 4-131
    Heat waved above the bundles spread
    2-936, 937; 4-289
    He'd jostled her a little in the crowd,
    4-370
    Her blue dress blows by the wall, and far-off hazes
    3-131
    Her eyes were bright and quick was her pace
    2-620; 3-142
    Her letter told him just the usual things
    2-856, 857; 4-267
    Here are the elfin forests, under trees
    2-667; 3-93
    Here beauty is but mellowed by each year
    2-340
    Here, by a cabin sagged on emptiness
    Apr-81
    Here I have seen wide circles that a hawk
    2-638
    Here is a magic flute
    4-183
    Here is the ecstacy of youth and spring
    2-611
    Here moves a frangrance that enthralls the sense,
    4-381
    Here, of the earth and close to earth are stored
    Mar-51
    Here, of the earth and close to earth, are stored
    2-890, 891
    Here on the rim of night, here at the edge of autumn,
    Feb-65
    Here passed the warrior and the cross
    2-124, 284, 782
    Here thwarted gods have left their signatures
    2-131, 528, 529, 530, 763; 4-62, 214; A-21; 9-106
    Here, under fruit-globed patterns of the trees,
    2-171, 309, 541
    Here, under shaggy bark, the tree
    2-1053; 3-57
    Here walks a man with clustered blues and golds
    2-1041, 1042
    Here were the trails of their desires!
    3-100, 101, 111; 4-280; 9-101
    Here where the afternoon is edged with night,
    10-Mar
    Here, where the weathered house had been, he found
    3-87; 4-133
    Here where we found him sleeping let him lie,
    A-5
    His bank made no pretense of ornament
    2-610
    His father had said he must find out,
    2-874; 3-34
    His hands were calloused and brown
    2-894; 4-278
    His house and fields are far from town--
    2-1072; 4-355
    His wife had often made it clear
    2-761
    Hold this last wild rose petal in your hand,
    2-344, 1000
    Hot colors drip from jungle walls
    4-351
    Hot sands I crossed no longer burn my eyes--
    2-678
    How many tempests for how many years
    2-188, 323, 442
    Hurry, little laughing girls
    A-1, 26
    I am the vastness where the dreamer stands
    2-142, 531, 532, 295; 4-97
    I do not remember the name of the town--
    2-106, 1049; 4-347
    I followed his thoughts--
    2-599
    I found it on a little slope
    2-557; 4-100
    I found it on a morning when the wings
    2-144; 4-223; A-26
    I get lonely for horses--
    4-176
    I go to break the crust of snow
    2-183, 1115, 1116
    I had sought it when the bough
    4-240
    I have always said I would go sometime in the autumn
    A-2
    I have always said I would go sometime in the Autumn
    4-306
    I have been picking cherries,
    2-845; 4-180
    I have seen colts rolling their eyes and turning to look
    2-924
    I have seen them like dancers in silver veils
    2-1091
    I have taken your shelter away
    4-269
    I have watched swallow's wings
    4-181
    I heard a gipsy's violin
    2-363, 670
    I heard a thrush when twilight came
    2-357, 671
    I know a spring these tragic years
    3-108; 2-1131
    I know the ledges where the hunted deer
    2-878; 4-273
    I know the place where gypsy wagons stood--
    4-368
    I like clear springs that keep on flowing
    2-718; 4-200
    I like to watch a ship come in to port,
    2-213, 933
    I made you a song of rain along the treetops
    2-672
    I ponder how affluent wistfulness
    2-1029, 1030
    I reach my hands to all the hands that sowed
    2-598; 4-132
    I remember a summer long ago
    2-110, 616, 617, 618
    I remember a summer long ago,
    4-148
    I remember how we stood
    2-17, 714; 3-102, 124; 6-102; A-1, 10, 16, 25, 30
    I remember them where I used to pass
    2-451; 4-45
    I saw a grown girl coming down
    A-19
    I saw it hanging on his porch one day--
    2-935; 3-117
    I shall remember the bugles
    2-362, 673
    I show men things they do not see,
    4-187
    I stand again in the field
    2-18, 154, 572, 573; 3-123; 4-112
    I stand before the winds upon the height
    2-678
    I would build myself a house
    2-353, 674
    If I were young again I would go back to the sea
    2-415; 3-159; 4-21
    If loudest, most persistent noise
    2-449; 3-61
    If men who love ships were to choose the last
    4-199
    If we could seek less blindly
    2-964
    If you ever intend to buy
    3-174
    If you have seen a cloud of white wings rise
    2-546; 4-237
    If you have watched the little foxes roll
    2-601; 3-163
    If you should come along the trail where I
    2-378
    If you were ever blessed enough to tap
    4-228
    In dappled grasses we have failed to find
    4-241
    In delicate reliefs, white figures held
    22-Feb
    In feathery new snow the footsteps fall
    2-595; 4-129, 130
    In him was something like an ox that went
    4-182
    In many lands, this autumn night,
    2-1018, 1019
    In Paris, where flower-faces
    2-416, 417
    In Spring mornings when plowmen whistle
    4-265
    In springtime I have seen them by the brook,
    Apr-65
    In storm, we wonder
    2-160, 794
    In what far corner of his land,
    2-798; 3-107
    In the jungle where idols stood--
    4-325, 326
    In the pastures with the grazing herd
    2-508, 509, 510; 4-76
    In the woods there was not a sound
    2-389; 4-11
    In these high pastures the first wild flower stars
    2-780; 4-236
    In wooded land he left so long ago,
    4-241
    In youth we seem to think the greatest pile
    26-Feb
    Into the gray sky, over me
    2-1085; 4-364
    Into the patched tramp steamer's hold
    2-821
    Invisible boundaries of a dream's unrest
    2-906, 907, 908
    It always hung upon the kitchen wall--
    2-194, 377; 4-6
    It finds its many forms in natural things---
    2-506; 3-82
    It had fluttered down from the nest
    2-157, 729, 301
    It happened in the night
    2-Mar
    It happened that the wind was blowing
    2-172, 261, 947
    It has not yet been reconciled
    2-622; 4-149
    It held more rainbows than the cloud
    2-291, 409; 4-241
    It is a lovely thing
    2-60, 868
    It is, no more, what must be done
    2-582, 583; 4-120
    It is not mine--this field of red clover--
    4-114
    It is not used much, any more--
    2-450; 4-43
    It is summer--but the birds
    Feb-39
    It is the perfect gem we cannot wear,
    2-34; 3-53
    It may not be the brightest
    4-319
    "It might have been a buffalo wallow,"
    4-83, 182, 295
    It seemed a waste of time to build
    4-182; A-17
    It seemed so lonely in the drifted field
    2-232, 346, 538
    It seemed the farm had grown around
    4-261
    It seemed to him that too much time was spent
    4-152
    It seems a little while ago
    2-1014
    It seems that a fox amuses
    2-600
    It stands at the edge of town.
    2-185, 489; 4-67
    It starts with golden-rod along the lane
    2-615; 4-147
    It turned aside from the main highway
    2-543, 544
    It turned aside from the main highway,
    Apr-88
    It used to be a day of wonder
    2-1020; 4-333
    It was a hard place to keep in order
    3-177; 4-156
    It was a rowboat, without an oar
    2-438
    It was a very large bronze key
    2-702
    It was as if an Indian princess stood
    2-1125; 4-396
    It was as if, through cold and snow,
    2-588; 4-124
    It was bound in plush, with a silver clasp
    2-565; 4-108
    It was not a petal
    4-341
    It was not like him to let stand
    2-487; 4-66
    It was not only stormy wind
    3-122
    It was some later time he went to hell--
    2-257, 747, 748, 749; 4-224
    It was there in the summer… Its circle of clover
    2-165, 298, 746
    It would not be easy to explain
    2-719, 720; A-1, 14, 23
    Its mows, still full of clover hay, retain
    Feb-78
    Its outlet had been damned to keep
    4-182
    Jed had been restless. Spring had come this year
    Feb-76
    Just a little stray dog that happened by
    2-689; 3-121
    Just the right touch of beauty needed here
    4-379
    Last night the howling blizzard circled him
    2-955
    Let them arch their proud necks
    2-299
    Let there be hills to climb,
    2-655
    Let there be kites again--
    2-16, 724; 4-210; A-23
    Let there be thought
    2-691
    Let winter stay--in the mind
    2-725
    Life has two ways of giving: from the one
    2-187, 613; 4-145
    Light flashes on a wing
    2-53, 965, 966; 3-3
    Like drowsy flowers of flame above the wall
    2-629, 630; 4-155
    Like ghost-ships rising from blue bays of sky,
    2-1008
    Little girls, through the blowing leaves
    A-11
    Long since, the gladness of this day has turned
    2-391
    Lost fairy ships at anchor
    2-395
    Meadow land is rich land-and deep enough to hold
    Mar-45
    Mirages build a mad abode
    2-129, 286, 523
    Mirages, contending with space,
    2-119, 274, 723; 4-102
    Mist clung between the hills as if to hide
    3-130
    Mock wildness leaps to morning, and they run
    2-47, 494
    More depth than this is needed for the hulls
    2-419; 4-24
    More energetic than discreet,
    2-948
    More than contending moods
    2-828
    Most people get in crowds of other people
    2-735
    Mountain snow is nearer the sky
    2-128, 285, 781
    Mountain water is never still
    3-122
    My boyhood on the farm records but three
    4-239
    My christmas tree is on a height
    3-97, 113
    My Christmas Tree is on a height
    2-27, 787
    My fathers tilled the soil
    3-101
    My neighbor's garden is so near
    2-788
    Neither a woman nor a man long poor
    A-17
    New foes are skulking in the dark
    Mar-85
    Night was a swoop of black wings
    2-709; 4-195
    No arguments can yet refute
    2-554; 3-136
    No better farm-hand could be found
    2-178
    No better farm-hand could be found,
    Apr-33
    No doubt as we grow older, many things
    3-144
    No drowsy wind or soothing rain
    2-42, 967, 968; 3-64
    No forges in Damascus shaped a blade
    2-329; 4-338
    No knight in shining armor went away
    2-932; 4-288
    No land was left him, with harvest done,
    2-774
    No longer can the heart be warmed
    2-379
    No one comes this way any more--
    2-1123; 4-393
    No one now believes in witches--
    4-390
    No other kite he ever made
    4-221
    No pattern caught from beauty is in vain.
    2-212, 335, 727
    No perfect name identifies this thing--
    2-325
    No quick rain, dropping a jeweled curtain
    2-564
    No soil shall ever be rich enough
    2-167, 496
    No soil shall ever be soft enough
    2-304
    No sudden change comes here beneath the dome
    2-399
    No to a temple dancer
    2-806
    No trails of driven cattle pattern here
    2-127, 606; 4-141
    Not all the harvesters bring in today
    2-633, 634, 635; 4-159
    Not as a pilgrim have I followed her,
    2-100, 267, 978
    Not for the head who fell that dreams may stand
    3-126; A-5
    Not having unknown before the smell of wood
    4-2