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KATHERINE BIDDLE PAPERS
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Box: 3 Fold: 4 Lelia Caetani
1971-72

DESCRIPTION: Correspondence to Katherine Biddle from Lelia Caetani: 8 ALS dated 3/17/1971, 3/24/1971, 6/10/1971, 7/3/1971, 7/16/1971, 8/2/1971 (from Caetani and husband Hubert Howard), 8/6/1971, 6/7/1972.

Box: 3 Fold: 5 Lelia Caetani
undated

DESCRIPTION: Correspondence to Katherine Biddle from Lelia Caetani: ALS dated March 27.

Box: 3 Fold: 6 re Lelia Caetani: Marguerite Caetani
Incomplete dates

DESCRIPTION: Correspondence to Katherine Biddle from Marguerite Caetani re Lelia Caetani: 2 ALS dated February 4 and February 27.

Box: 3 Fold: 7 re Lelia Caetani: Cornelia Chapin
1954

DESCRIPTION: Correspondence to Katherine Biddle from Cornelia Chapin with reference to Lelia Caetani: 2 ALS dated 2/17/1954, 3/24/1954.

Box: 3 Fold: 8 re Lelia Caetani: Correspondence (Misc.)
1954 and undated

DESCRIPTION: Correspondence to Katherine Biddle regarding an exhibition of paintings by Lelia Chapin: TCS from David Mann, Hugo Gallery; and from members of the Biddle family, "Henry" and "Aunt Sue."

Box: 3 Fold: 9 re Lelia Caetani: Notes by Katherine Biddle
1954

DESCRIPTION: Autograph notes by Katherine Biddle on Leila Caetani.

Box: 3 Fold: 10 re Lelia Caetani: Newsclippings
1954

DESCRIPTION: Clippings of newspaper articles re Lelia Caetani, particularly and exhibition of her paintings at the Hugo Gallery, New York, in March 1954.

Box: 3 Fold: 11 Marguerite Caetani to Francis Biddle
undated

DESCRIPTION: Correspondence to Francis Biddle from Marguerite Caetani: 8 ALS (circa 1945/46). References to Biddle's book, "Fear of Freedom," (5/15, Ninfa); Archibald MacLeish (Christmas Day, Rome); Alexis Leger (Christmas Day, Rome); Edmund Wilson (5/20, Ninfa); Jacques Maritain (5/20, Ninfa); and death of Franklin D. Roosevelt (4/16, Rome).

Box: 3 Fold: 12 Marguerite Caetani
1941-42

DESCRIPTION: Correspondence to Katherine Biddle from Marguerite Caetani: 2 ALS dated 1/20/1941 and 9/8/1942. Reference to the death of Caetani's son, Camillo (1941, with newsclipping referring to the death); and to Bernard Berenson and Archibald MacLeish.

Box: 3 Fold: 13 Marguerite Caetani
1944-45

DESCRIPTION: Correspondence to Katherine Biddle from Marguerite Caetani: 4 ALS dated 6/18/1944, 6/30/1944, 3/4/1945, 6/12/1945, with reference in the last to Myron Taylor, Alexis Leger, and Ignacio Silone.

Box: 3 Fold: 14 Marguerite Caetani
1946

DESCRIPTION: Correspondence to Katherine Biddle from Marguerite Caetani: 6 ALS dated 5/22/1946, 7/3/1946, 7/26/1946, 8/19/1946, 9/14/1946, 12/11/1946, and telegram 10/13/1946. References to family including daughter Lelia, Cornelia Chapin, and Biddle's son (Edmund) Randolph. Also asks after Samuel Barber and Gian Carlo Menotti (12/11/1946).

Box: 3 Fold: 15 Marguerite Caetani
March 24, 1947

DESCRIPTION: Correspondence to Katherine Biddle from Marguerite Caetani: ALS 3/24/1947, with reference to Iris Origo and the beauty of the season at her home in Ninfa.

Box: 3 Fold: 16 Marguerite Caetani
1951-59

DESCRIPTION: Correspondence to Katherine Biddle from Marguerite Caetani: 6 ALS dated 9/25/1951, 9/27/1951, 10/28/1951, 10/30/1954, circa April 1957 with newsclippings of review of a book by Iris Origo on Francesco di Marco Datini of Prato, 3/1/1959 with envelope, and telegram 12/6/1958. References to her work on the Botteghe Oscure (9/25/1951); to Umberto Morra (10/28/1951); to Lelia Caetani (throughout); Iris Origo and Hubert Howard (1957).

Box: 3 Fold: 17 Marguerite Caetani
1960

DESCRIPTION: Correspondence to Katherine Biddle from Marguerite Caetani: 2 ALS dated 7/21/1960 and 8/15/1960. Reference to health of husband Roffredo Caetani and to Rene Char.

Box: 3 Fold: 18 Marguerite Caetani
undated

DESCRIPTION: Correspondence to Katherine Biddle from Marguerite Caetani: 6 ALS dated from February through May (year not identified), including telegram dated in June. Reference to Alberto Tarchiani (both letters dated 2/17, Rome); Raffaele Mattioli (2/17, Rome & 4/12, Rome); Thornton Wilder and Archibald MacLeish ((4/12, Rome); Lelia Caetani and Hubert Howard, and friends Mary and David Crawford and Florence Hammond ("Flossie") (5/15, Ninfa); T.S. Eliot, Archibald MacLeish, Stephen Spender, Louis MacNeice, and Rifat Tirana (5/25, Ninfa).

Box: 3 Fold: 19 Marguerite Caetani
undated

DESCRIPTION: Correspondence to Katherine Biddle from Marguerite Caetani: 5 ALS dated in August (year not identified). Reference to her work on "Botteghe Oscure," Eugene Walter, Lelia Caetani and Hubert Howard, Roffredo Caetani, Paul Engle, Rene Char (8/3, Paris); to Eugene Walter and Rene Char (8/8); and to Edwin Muir and Rene Char (8/26, Paris).

Box: 3 Fold: 20 Marguerite Caetani
undated

DESCRIPTION: Correspondence to Katherine Biddle from Marguerite Caetani: 5 ALS dated October, November and December (year not identified). Reference to Samuel Barber & Raffaele Mattioli (10/9, Rome); to Myron Taylor and Iris Origo (11/24, Rome).

Box: 3 Fold: 21 Marguerite Caetani from Thornton Wilder
April 19, 1950

DESCRIPTION: Correspondence to Marguerite Caetani from Thornton Wilder: ALS 4/19/1950 (2 pages/1 sheet), praising her publication "Botteghe Oscure." Reference also to W.H. Auden and Laurie Lee; and to declining an invitation to write an introduction to the journal.

Box: 3 Fold: 22 re Marguerite Caetani: Cornelia Chapin
January 2, 1964

DESCRIPTION: Correspondence to Margaretta Wright(?) from Cornelia Chapin: ALS 1/2/1964. Reference to death of Marguerite Caetani. Includes forwarding note at end from Wright to Katherine Biddle.

Box: 3 Fold: 23 re Marguerite Caetani: Lelia Caetani
1963-64

DESCRIPTION: Correspondence to Katherine and Francis Biddle from Lelia Caetani regarding the death of her mother Marguerite Caetani: 3 ALS dated 12/20/1963, 12/26/1963, 1/1/1964.

Box: 3 Fold: 24 re Marguerite Caetani: Hubert Howard
November 26, 1970

DESCRIPTION: Correspondence to Katherine Biddle from Hubert Howard: ALS 11/26/1970. Reference to Marguerite Caetani and to Henry Cabot Lodge.

Box: 3 Fold: 25 Marguerite Caetani: Correspondence re death (B-W)
1963-64

DESCRIPTION: Correspondence to Katherine Biddle regarding the death of Marguerite Caetani:

- Michael Biddle, ALS 12/20/1963.

- Ruth Lady Birkett ("Billy"), ALS 12/23/1963.

- Alain Bosquet, ACS 12/22/1963 (in French).

- Nadia Boulanger, ALS 12/21/1963 (1 page with envelope).

- John Carter, the Century Association, ALS 12/19/1963.

- Biddy Childs, ALS 12/22/1963 (2 pages/1 sheet, with envelope).

- Marthe Andre Comtesse de Fels, 2 ALS with envelopes, dated 1/2/1964 & 1/18/1964 (total: 4 pages/2 sheets, in French).

- Sergio and Bruna Fenoaltea, telegram 12/20/1963.

- Barbara Guest, ACS postcard, 1/6/1964.

- Florence Hammond, ALS with envelope, 1963.

- Minette Kuhn, ALS 1/27/(1964).

- Lucy L'Engle, ACS postcard.

- Dorothy Norman, ACS undated.

- Frances Randolph, ALS 1/10/(1964).

- Janet Shafroth, ALS 1/3/(1964), with envelope and clipping of Italian newspaper obituary on Marguerite Caetani.

- Dorothy Wilson, ALS 12/20/(1963) with envelope.

- Carroll _____?, ALS 12/20/(1963).



Box: 3 Fold: 26 "Botteghe Oscure" Anthology: Correspondence
1970-71

DESCRIPTION: Correspondence to Katherine Biddle concerning the publication of an anthology of works from the literary review, "Botteghe Oscure," founded by Marguerite Caetani. Includes correspondence from Philip Amram to Biddle and Hubert Howard; Michael Straight, deputy chairman, National Council on the Arts, to Biddle; from Biddle to Huntington Cairns; and Willard A. Lockwood, director, Wesleyan Press to Philip Amram.

Box: 3 Fold: 27 "Botteghe Oscure" Quaderno Secondo
1948

DESCRIPTION: Printed notice for second issue of the "Botteghe Oscure," a literary review journal founded and edited by Marguerite Caetani (multiple copies).

Box: 3 Fold: 28 re Marguerite Caetani (Newsclippings & Obituaries)
c.1954-63

DESCRIPTION: Newspaper and journal clippings re Marguerite Caetani. Includes an issue of "Commerce" dedicated to Caetani who started the French review journal with Paul Valery. Also includes obituaries for Caetani who died in 1963.



Box: 3 Fold: 29 Roffredo Caetani
April 20, 1941

DESCRIPTION: Correspondence to Lindley Hoffman Chapin (?) from Roffredo Caetani with reference to the death of Caetani's son, Camillo, in World War Two: ALS 4/20/1941 (1 page).

Box: 3 Fold: 30 Roffredo Caetani - Concerti di Musica da Camera (Notice)
1964

DESCRIPTION: Printed notice of performances (June 18-July 23, 1964) by the Concerti di Musica da Camera sponsored by the Academia Internazionale under Roffredo Caetani.

Box: 4 Fold: 1 Alain Bosquet
November 30, 1956

DESCRIPTION: Correspondence to Katherine Biddle from Alain Bosquet: ALS 11/30/1956. (All correspondence from Bosquet is 1 page/1 sheet, in French, unless otherwise indicated.) Reference to Biddle's research on Saint-John Perse (a.k.a. Alexis Leger).

Box: 4 Fold: 2 Alain Bosquet
December 23, 1956

DESCRIPTION: Correspondence to Katherine Biddle from Alain Bosquet: ALS 12/23/1956. Reference to Bosquet's interest in translating some of Biddle's poems, as well as an article on Alexis Leger.

Box: 4 Fold: 3 Alain Bosquet
February 5, 1957

DESCRIPTION: Correspondence to Katherine Biddle from Alain Bosquet: ALS 2/5/1957. Reference to a review by Biddle of Bosquet work (title not mentioned). Also, reference to translation into French of three of Biddle's poems -- 3 typescript pages included.

Box: 4 Fold: 4 Alain Bosquet
February 26, 1957

DESCRIPTION: Correspondence to Katherine Biddle from Alain Bosquet: ALS 2/26/1957.

Box: 4 Fold: 5 Alain Bosquet
August 10, 1957

DESCRIPTION: Correspondence to Katherine Biddle from Alain Bosquet: ALS 8/10/1957. Includes AL draft from Biddle. Reference to Bosquet's travels in Macedonia and Montenegro, as well as to the recognition of "Amers" by Alexis Leger.

Box: 4 Fold: 6 Alain Bosquet
September 10, 1957

DESCRIPTION: Correspondence to Katherine Biddle from Alain Bosquet: ALS 9/10/1957. Reference to an article by Biddle on Alexis Leger.

Box: 4 Fold: 7 Alain Bosquet
September 20, 1958

DESCRIPTION: Correspondence to Katherine Biddle from Alain Bosquet: ALS 9/20/1958. Includes AL draft from Biddle. Reference to Bosquet's plans to visit the U.S. as a guest lecturer in French literature since 1945 at Brandeis University; and to meeting Alexis and Dorothy Leger.

Box: 4 Fold: 8 Alain Bosquet
December 15, 1958

DESCRIPTION: Correspondence to Katherine Biddle from Alain Bosquet: ALS 12/15/1958. Reference to a delightful "soiree" with Alexis and Dorothy Leger; also to his imminent trip to the U.S. and participation in a conference on Leger.

Box: 4 Fold: 9 Alain Bosquet
January 15, 1959

DESCRIPTION: Correspondence to Katherine Biddle from Alain Bosquet: ALS 1/15/1959. More on his plans for visiting the U.S.

Box: 4 Fold: 10 Alain Bosquet
February 2, 1959

DESCRIPTION: Correspondence to Katherine Biddle from Alain Bosquet: ALS 2/2/1959. With thanks for the hospitality shown him during his stay in the U.S., and reference to plans to translate a number of her poems.

Box: 4 Fold: 11 Alain Bosquet
April 11, 1959

DESCRIPTION: Correspondence to Katherine Biddle from Alain Bosquet: ALS 4/11/1959, in English. Reference to his stay in the U.S.

Box: 4 Fold: 12 Alain Bosquet
May 11, 1967

DESCRIPTION: Correspondence to Katherine Biddle from Alain Bosquet: ALS with envelope 5/11/1967. Includes clipping of an article by Bosquet on the literature of Quebec.

Box: 4 Fold: 13 Alain Bosquet
October 10, 1968

DESCRIPTION: Correspondence to Katherine Biddle from Alain Bosquet: ALS 10/10/1968. Offering condolence on the death of Francis Biddle.

Box: 4 Fold: 14 Alain Bosquet - "Anthologie de la poesie americaine"
1956

DESCRIPTION: Typescript for a review by Katherine Biddle of "Anthologie de la poesie americaine, des origines a nos jours," by Alain Bosquet (Paris: Delamain et Boutelleau, 1956), 3 pages.

Includes correspondence from Conrad Aiken to Biddle commenting on her review: 2 TLS dated 9/24/1956 and 10/14/1956 (total: 3 pages/2 sheets).

Box: 4 Fold: 15 Alain Bosquet - "Anthologie de la poesie americaine"
1956

DESCRIPTION: Manuscripts for Katherine Biddle's review of "Anthologie de la poesie americaine..." (1956) by Alain Bosquet.

Box: 4 Fold: 16 Alain Bosquet - Notes by Katherine Biddle (misc.)
undated

DESCRIPTION: Miscellaneous autograph and typed notes by Katherine Biddle re Alain Bosquet.

Box: 4 Fold: 17 Alain Bosque - Articles (by/about)
1958-9

DESCRIPTION: - Clipping of printed article by Alain Bosquet entitled, "Baudelaire Reconsidered," (from "The Nation," June 7, 1958).

- Clipping of an article re the Institute of Contemporary Arts in which Alain Bosquet is listed among guests for 1959.



Box: 4 Fold: 18 Max Eastman
1911-12

DESCRIPTION: Correspondence to Katherine Biddle from Max Eastman: ALS 11/29/1911 (2 pages/1 sheet with envelope); ALS 11/6/1912 (3 pages/2 sheets with envelope), with advice on her writing. Includes printed invitation with envelope to the Wisconsin meeting of Allied Suffrage Societies of New York (includes Max Eastman as speaker); and related notes by Katherine Biddle.

Box: 4 Fold: 19 Max Eastman
1913

DESCRIPTION: Correspondence to Katherine Biddle from Max Eastman: ALS 10/29/1913 (2 pages/1 sheet with envelope); ALS 11/10/1913 (1 page with envelope); ACS 11/27/1913; TLS 12/22/1913 (1 page with envelope). Reference to giving "lessons" (in literature, writing, etc.) to Biddle. Includes ALS 12/24/1913 with envelope from Daniel Eastman.

Box: 4 Fold: 20 Max Eastman
1914

DESCRIPTION: Correspondence to Katherine Biddle from Max Eastman: ALS 2/19/194 (2 pages/1 sheet with envelope); ALS 3/21/1914 (4 pages/2 sheets with envelope); TLS 3/31/1914 (1 page with envelope); ALS 12/16/1914 (5 pages/3 sheets with envelope). Reference to lessons for Katherine Biddle.

Box: 4 Fold: 21 Max Eastman
1915

DESCRIPTION: Correspondence to Katherine Biddle from Max Eastman: TLS 2/22/1915 (1 paged with envelope); LAS 6/7/1915 (1 page with envelope); TLS 11/30/1915 (1 page with envelope, including 2 clippings of articles re the Women's Peace Party and the Congressional Union for Woman Suffrage); ACS 12/10/1915.

Box: 4 Fold: 22 Max Eastman
1917

DESCRIPTION: Correspondence to Katherine Biddle from Max Eastman: ALS 1/8/1917 (2 pages/1 sheet with envelope) informing of the impossibility of continuing lessons with Biddle. Includes AL draft from Biddle.

Box: 4 Fold: 23 Max Eastman
March 6, 1920

DESCRIPTION: Correspondence to Katherine Biddle from Max Eastman: ALS 3/6/1920 (6 pages/3 sheets with envelope), with thanks for a letter (not included) from Biddle about his poetry.

Box: 4 Fold: 24 Max Eastman
September 10, 1927

DESCRIPTION: Correspondence to Katherine Biddle from Max Eastman: ALS 9/10/1927 (2 pages/1 sheet). Reference to enjoying Biddle's poetry, particularly mentioning, "To a Little boy at Dancing Class," and "The Honey Mooners."

Box: 4 Fold: 25 Max Eastman
1930

DESCRIPTION: Correspondence to Katherine Biddle from Max Eastman: ALS 9/8/1930 (5 pages/3 sheets); ALS 11/5/1930 (2 pages/1 sheet); ALS undated (c.1930, 2 pages/1 sheet). Reference to the publication of a collection of poems by Biddle, possibly, "Outside of the World," (Duffield, 1930); and to Eliena, Eastman's wife. Reference also to the film he edited on the Russian Revolution, "From Tsar to Lenin."

Box: 4 Fold: 26 Max Eastman
1932-34

DESCRIPTION: Correspondence to Katherine Biddle from Max Eastman: ACS postcard c.5/21/1932; TLS 6/26/1934 (2 pages/2 sheets); TLS 4/19/1934 2 pages/1 sheet); ALS 7/9/1934 (2 pages/1 sheet); ALS 10/22/1934 (5 pages/3 sheets). Reference to funding for Eastman's journal, "The Modern Monthly," and to locating a producer for his film, "From Tsar to Lenin."

Box: 4 Fold: 27 Max Eastman
1935

DESCRIPTION: Correspondence from Max Eastman to Katherine Biddle: ALS 3/1935 (11 pages/4 sheets); TLS 4/11/1935 (1 page); TLS undated (1 page). Reference to resigning as editor of "The Modern Monthly," and to devoting attention to his film on the Russian Revolution, "From Tsar to Lenin."

Box: 4 Fold: 28 Max Eastman
1936

DESCRIPTION: Correspondence from Max Eastman to Katherine Biddle: ALS 7/5/1936 (2 pages/1 sheet); ALS 1936 (2 pages/1 sheet); TLS 12/4/1936 (1 page with attached typescript of a sonnet by Eastman, entitled, "Eliena," signed "M.E." and dated March 1936.

Box: 4 Fold: 29 Max Eastman
August 12, 1939

DESCRIPTION: Correspondence from Max Eastman to Katherine Biddle: ALS 8/12/1939 (2 pages/1 sheet).

Box: 4 Fold: 30 Max Eastman
1942

DESCRIPTION: Correspondence from Max Eastman to Katherine Biddle: ALS 6/13/1942 (6 pages/3 sheets); ALS 10/28/1942 (6 pages/3 sheets). Reference to the Harry Bridges case (in which a deportation order was issued for the latter, a radical labor leader, see pp.120-21 of "In Brief Authority," by Francis Biddle). Reference also to Katherine Biddle's poetry, which was reviewed by Eastman in "The Mercury."

Box: 4 Fold: 31 Max Eastman
undated

DESCRIPTION: Correspondence from Max Eastman to Katherine Biddle: ALS undated (2 pages/1 sheet); ACS Christmas card, undated.

Box: 4 Fold: 32 Max Eastman - Correspondence from Katherine Biddle
undated

DESCRIPTION: Autograph drafts of letters from Katherine Biddle to Max Eastman.

Box: 4 Fold: 33 Max Eastman - Correspondence to Charlotte Osgood Mason
May 5, 1911

DESCRIPTION: TLS 5/5/1911 (1 page with envelope) from Max Eastman to Charlotte Osgood Mason, recommending a reading list for Katherine Biddle.

Box: 4 Fold: 34 Max Eastman - Comments on Poems by Katherine Biddle
1934

DESCRIPTION: Typed manuscripts of poems by Katherine Biddle with annotated commentary by Max Eastman.

Box: 4 Fold: 35 Max Eastman - Notes by Katherine Biddle
1918

DESCRIPTION: Autograph notes on Max Eastman by Katherine Biddle.

Box: 4 Fold: 36 Max Eastman - Articles by (clippings)
1927-37

DESCRIPTION: Clippings of printed articles by Max Eastman:

- "The Cult of Unintelligibility," (in "Harper's Monthly Magazine," n.d.).

- Review of Max Nomad's "Johann Most" (in "The Modern Monthly," April 1937).

- "An Open Letter to the Nation," letter to the editor re execution of former Bolshevik chiefs in Moscow, (in "The Modern Monthly," April 1937).

- "What is the Truth about Bolshevism," (in "The Smokers Companion," June 1927).

Box: 4 Fold: 37 Max Eastman - Articles about
1948 and undated items

DESCRIPTION: Clippings of printed reviews of Max Eastman's poetry. Includes notice for his film, "From Tsar to Lenin."

Box: 4 Fold: 38 T.S. Eliot
February 25, 1951

DESCRIPTION: Correspondence to Katherine Biddle from T.S. Eliot: TLS 2/25/1951 (1 page). Reference to visiting Ezra Pound while in the U.S.

Box: 4 Fold: 39 T.S. Eliot
July 15, 1959

DESCRIPTION: Correspondence to Katherine Biddle from T.S. Eliot: TLS 7/15/1959 (1 page). Reference to Marguerite Caetani and her publication the "Botteghe Oscure."

Box: 4 Fold: 40 T.S. Eliot
August 4, 1959

DESCRIPTION: Correspondence to Katherine Biddle from T.S. Eliot: TLS 8/4/1959 (1 page). Reference to Marguerite Caetani. Includes AL draft from Katherine Biddle.

Box: 4 Fold: 41 T.S. Eliot - Memorial Service
1965

DESCRIPTION: Items relating to the memorial service for T.S. Eliot (2/21/1965). Includes correspondence from William G. Workman, canon precentor (Washington Cathedral); James A. Eldridge; news releases and newspaper clippings; typescripts of sermons and readings; printed program for the service.

Box: 4 Fold: 42 T.S. Eliot - Obituaries
1965

DESCRIPTION: Clippings of newspaper and journal obituaries for T.S. Eliot. Includes those by:

- Conrad Aiken: "T.S. Eliot" (Life, 1/15/1965).

- Stephen Spender: "Remembering Eliot, a Personal Memoir" (Encounter, April 1965).



Box: 4 Fold: 43 T.S. Eliot - Articles by
1944 & 1951

DESCRIPTION: Clippings of printed articles by T.S. Eliot:

- "What is Minor Poetry?" (reprinted from an address to the Association of Bookmen of Swansea and West Wales, Swansea, September 26, 1944.

- "Poetry and Drama" (in "The Atlantic," February 1951).

Box: 4 Fold: 44 T.S. Eliot at the National Gallery, Washington, D.C.
September 1947

DESCRIPTION: Typescript for a report by Katherine Biddle on a reading by T.S. Eliot at the National Gallery, Washington, D.C., May 23, 1947. Includes printed edition in "Poetry" (September 1947, p.328).

Box: 4 Fold: 45 T.S. Eliot - Printed Items
1959

DESCRIPTION: Miscellaneous printed items relating to T.S. Eliot:

- Catalogue of books and manuscript to be sold at private auction for the benefit of the Modern Poetry Association following a dinner in honor of T.S. Eliot, November 7, 1959.

- Notice of a reading by Eliot sponsored by "Poetry," November 6, 1959.

Box: 4 Fold: 46 T.S. Eliot - Articles about (clippings)
1950-61

DESCRIPTION: Clippings of newspaper and journal articles about T.S. Eliot.

Box: 4 Fold: 47 Robert Frost - Correspondence
July 12, 1960

DESCRIPTION: Correspondence to Katherine Biddle from Robert Frost: TLS 7/12/1960 (1 page). Reference to Biddle's collection of poetry under the title poem, "The Other Journey" (1959), and to Walter Lippmann.

Box: 4 Fold: 48 Robert Frost - "Reflections..." by Calvin H. Plimpton
February 17, 1963

DESCRIPTION: Transcript (2 copies) of address given at Frost's memorial service by Calvin H. Plimpton at Amherst College, February 17, 1963, entitled, "Reflections on Robert Frost." (5 pages.)

Box: 4 Fold: 49 Robert Frost - Memorial Service
February 1963

DESCRIPTION: Printed items relating to the memorial service for Robert Frost at Amherst College, February 17, 1963. Includes:

- Booklet of printed transcript of WGBH broadcast by Louis Lyons, January 29, 1963. (1 of 500 copies).

- 2 copies of printed memorial service program.

- Booklet containing printed transcript of the memorial service "Meditation" by Rt. Rev. Henry Wise Hobson and "Reflections" by Calvin H. Plimpton.

- A special supplement of "The Amherst Student" undergraduate newspaper, prepared as a commemoration of Robert Frost.

Box: 4 Fold: 50 Robert Frost - Obituaries
1963

DESCRIPTION: Clippings of newspaper obituaries for Robert Frost.

Box: 4 Fold: 51 Robert Frost - "The Prose He Did Not Write" by K. Biddle
January 2, 1965

DESCRIPTION: Galley proof and clipping of the printed review by Katherine Biddle of the "Selected Letters of Robert Frost," edited by Lawrance R. Thompson (Holt, Rinehart & Winston, 1965). Review entitled, "The Prose He Did Not Write," ("The New Republic," January 2, 1965).

Box: 4 Fold: 52 Robert Frost - "The Prose He Did Not Write" by K. Biddle
1965

DESCRIPTION: Typed manuscripts for Katherine Biddle's review of "Selected Letters of Robert Frost."

Box: 4 Fold: 53 Robert Frost - Notes for Talk by Katherine Biddle
undated

DESCRIPTION: Autograph notes by Katherine Biddle for a talk on Robert Frost.

Box: 4 Fold: 54 Robert Frost - "A Further Range" Review by K. Biddle
undated

DESCRIPTION: Typescript of a review by Katherine Biddle of "A Further Range: Book Six" by Robert Frost (1936). (3 pages.)

Box: 4 Fold: 55 Robert Frost - Related Articles
c.1960-65

DESCRIPTION: Clippings of newspaper and journal articles about Robert Frost.

Box: 5 Fold: 1 Robert Graves
February 1, 1960

DESCRIPTION: Correspondence to Katherine Biddle from Robert Graves: ALS 2/1/1960 (2 pages/1 sheet). Reference to an enjoyable visit to the U.S.

Box: 5 Fold: 2 Robert Graves
March 6, 1960

DESCRIPTION: Correspondence to Katherine Biddle from Robert Graves: ALS 3/6/1960 (1 page). Reference to visit to the U.S. of his nephew Richard Chilrer (sp?). Includes ALS 3/11/1960 from the latter.

Box: 5 Fold: 3 Robert Graves
May 17, 1960

DESCRIPTION: Correspondence to Katherine Biddle from Robert Graves: ALS 5/17/1960. Reference to Robert Frost.

Box: 5 Fold: 4 Robert Graves
December 25, 1960

DESCRIPTION: Correspondence to Katherine Biddle from Robert Graves: ALS 12/25/1960 (1 page). Reference to Alexis Leger, Robert Frost, C.P. Snow (?), Julian Huxley, and a movie production of Graves' work, "The White Goddess."

Box: 5 Fold: 5 Robert Graves
February 25, 1961

DESCRIPTION: Correspondence to Katherine Biddle from Robert Graves: ALS 2/25/1961 (2 pages/1 sheet). Reference to the publication of new poems; interest of Robert Evett in publishing some in "The New Republic"; and Robert Frost.

Box: 5 Fold: 6 Robert Graves
March 20, 1961

DESCRIPTION: Correspondence to Katherine Biddle from Robert Graves: ALS 3/20/1961 (1 page). Reference to visiting the U.S. and to an article (title not mentioned) by Biddle on Alexis Leger.

Box: 5 Fold: 7 Robert Graves
April 24, 1961

DESCRIPTION: Correspondence to Katherine Biddle from Robert Graves: ALS 4/24/1961 (1 page). Reference to literary engagement during upcoming trip to the U.S.

Box: 5 Fold: 8 Robert Graves
May 24, 1961

DESCRIPTION: Correspondence to Katherine Biddle from Robert Graves: ALS 5/24/1961 (1 page).

Box: 5 Fold: 9 Robert Graves
April 9, 1963

DESCRIPTION: Correspondence to Katherine Biddle from Robert Graves: ALS 4/9/1963 (1 page).

Box: 5 Fold: 10 Robert Graves
May 20, 1963

DESCRIPTION: Correspondence to Katherine Biddle from Robert Graves: ALS 5/20/1963 (1 page). Reference to successful lectures in the U.S., particularly at M.I.T., and to meeting the photographer Richard Avedon.

Box: 5 Fold: 11 Robert Graves
June 7, 1963

DESCRIPTION: Correspondence to Katherine Biddle from Robert Graves: ALS 6/7/1963 (1 page). Reference to a visit to the U.S. from a friend, Dr. Mary Allan.

Box: 5 Fold: 12 Robert Graves
June 29, 1965

DESCRIPTION: Correspondence to Katherine Biddle from Robert Graves: ALS 6/29/1965 (2 pages/1 sheet), with reflections of Orpheus and Eurydice.

Box: 5 Fold: 13 Robert Graves
December 14, 1965

DESCRIPTION: Correspondence to Katherine Biddle from Robert Graves: ALS 12/14/1965 (1 page). Reference to another visit to the U.S. and to forthcoming publications of his poetry.

Box: 5 Fold: 14 Robert Graves
November 10, 1967

DESCRIPTION: Correspondence to Katherine Biddle from Robert Graves: ALS 11/10/1967 (1 page with envelope). Reference to returning from a trip to Australia and the publication of "Poems About Love," (U.S. edition by Doubleday, 1969).

Box: 5 Fold: 15 Robert Graves
December 30, 1969

DESCRIPTION: Correspondence to Katherine Biddle from Robert Graves: ALS 12/30/1969 (2 pages/1 sheet with envelope). Reference to death of Francis Biddle.

Box: 5 Fold: 16 Robert Graves
December 26, 1970

DESCRIPTION: Correspondence to Katherine Biddle from Robert Graves: ALS 12/26/1970 (2 pages/1 sheet). Reference to his daughter Catherine and her husband Cliff Dalton.

Box: 5 Fold: 17 Robert Graves
December 18, 1971

DESCRIPTION: Correspondence to Katherine Biddle from Robert Graves: ALS 12/18/1971 (2 pages/1 sheet). Reference to declining invitations to the U.S.; visits from young Americans; Elizabeth Gould Davis.

Box: 5 Fold: 18 Robert Graves
December 24, 1972

DESCRIPTION: Correspondence to Katherine Biddle from Robert Graves: ALS 12/24/1972 (1 page), acknowledging her Christmas card; comments on Richard Nixon.

Box: 5 Fold: 19 Robert Graves
undated

DESCRIPTION: Correspondence to Katherine Biddle from Robert Graves: 3 ALS undated; autograph draft for an undated telegram.

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