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Found in 5 Collections and/or Records:

Bert Henderson Poems and Correspondence [RESTRICTED], 1962

 File — Box 4265.001: [1006233187], Folder: 49
Scope and Contents This file contains two poems by Alabama Poet Laureate Bert Henderson that he submitted in 1962 to Judge Jones for possible publication in theAlabama Bible Society Quarterly, with related correspondence.
Dates: 1962

Clipping about Langston Hughes, 1995

 File — Box 4265.001: [1006233187], Folder: 56
Scope and Contents One book review for a volume of collected poems by American poet Langston Hughes (1901-1967) from The New York Times, February 8, 1995.
Dates: 1995

Francis Ledwidge Letter and Poem, 1914-1924, after 1994

 File — Box 4265.001: [1006233187], Folder: 27
Scope and Contents This collection contains a photocopy of a 1914 letter from Irish poet and World War I soldier Francis Ledwidge to his cousin, whom he addresses as "My dear Miss Ledwidge," in which he gives some family background and asks her to accept his "very last" poem and a copy of his book when it is published. The file also includes a photocopy of his poem "Growing Old," as well as copies of the title page of The Complete Poems of Francis Ledwidge,...
Dates: 1914-1924, after 1994

Fred R. Prusha Letter [RESTRICTED], 1954 July 26

 File — Box 4265.001: [1006233187], Folder: 43
Scope and Contents This file contains one letter written from Fred R. Prusha, Fayette County chairman of the Iowa Poetry Day Association (IPDA), to Ortha Green, vice president of the IPDA. The letter is written from Hawkeye, Iowa, to Promise City, Iowa. Prusha lists many newspapers that have "given publicity," as well as newspapers that he expects to do so in the near future, and offers congratulations on a writing award Green won the previous spring.
Dates: 1954 July 26

Paul Laurence Dunbar Letter, 1905 April 15

 File — Box 4265.001: [1006233187], Folder: 24
Scope and Contents Poet Paul Laurence Dunbar writes from Dayton, Ohio, to Mr. Earl N. Hale, in Dayton, Ohio, in response to Hale's request for an autograph. Dunbar writes of a recent illness but expresses much pleasure at recovery and the opportunity to provide the autograph to Hale.
Dates: 1905 April 15