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Box: 40 Fold: 31 Saturday Review - Correspondence (Misc.)
1931-43

DESCRIPTION: Correspondence to Katherine Biddle from Henry Seidel Canby, editor, "Saturday Review of Literature": 3 TLS dated 12/23/1931, 3/6/1934, 11/26/1934. Includes 3 TLS 1935-43 from Amy Loveman, associate editor.

Box: 40 Fold: 32 Sewanee Review - Monroe K. Spears
1952-57

DESCRIPTION: Correspondence to Katherine Biddle from Monroe K. Spears, editor, the "Sewanee Review": 4 TLS 10/30/1952, 2/12/1953, 2/27/1953, 8/30/1957; ACS 1/14/1953. Reference to publication possibilities for reviews by Biddle of Conrad Aiken and Alexis Leger.

Box: 40 Fold: 33 The Spinners
1934-35

DESCRIPTION: Correspondence to Katherine Biddle re "The Spinners," a bimonthly publication of women's verse.

Box: 40 Fold: 34 Versecraft
1931-32

DESCRIPTION: Correspondence to Katherine Biddle from Wightman F. Melton, editor, "Versecraft," a bimonthly journal poetry: 3 TLS dated 4/12/1931, 5/11/1931, 7/15/1932.

Box: 40 Fold: 35 Voices - Harold Vinal
1935-64

DESCRIPTION: Correspondence to Katherine Biddle from Harold Vinal, editor, "Voices," a journal of poetry: 13 TLS dating from 1935 to 1964.

Box: 40 Fold: 36 Voices - Correspondence & Printed Items
1936-61

DESCRIPTION: Correspondence to Katherine Biddle re "Voices" poetry journal from Ethan Ayer, Austin Lamont, Hope Ridings Miller* (TLS 4/6/1936), and Arthur M. Sampley* (TLS 10/4/1961). Includes newspaper article clippings re poetry recital given by Biddle and Harold Vinal, editor of "Voices" (Phillips Gallery, Washington, D.C., 1936). Includes printed programs of other recitals by Biddle for "Voices."

Box: 40 Fold: 37 Voyages - William F. Claire
1966-72

DESCRIPTION: Correspondence to Katherine Biddle from William F. Claire, editor of "Voyages," a literary magazine: 22 ALS, 3 TLS dating from 1966 to 1972. Reference to starting up the magazine; to death of Delmore Schwartz (in ALS 8/19/1966); to inviting Mark Van Doren and Frank Murphy to be on the magazine's advisory board (in ALS 9/7/1966); to Carl Bode, John F. Kennedy (in ALS postmarked 2/23/1967); to Anais Nin, Allen Tate and Roy Basler (in ALS 6/30/1967); and to Miron Grindea (ALS 4/29/1969 & 4/23/1969).

Box: 40 Fold: 38 Voyages - William F. Claire
c.1967-70

DESCRIPTION: Reprints of articles by William F. Claire, editor of "Voyages," re Katherine Biddle and other subjects:

- "This Unpredictable Bloom: the poetry of Katherine Garrison Chapin" (1970).

- "That Rare, Random Descent; the Poetry and Pathos of Sylvia Plath," (reprinted from "The Antioch Review," winter 1966-67, vol. XXVI, No.4).

- Prospectus for "Voyages," (1967).

Box: 40 Fold: 39 Voyages - Printed Items
1966-73

DESCRIPTION: Printed items relating to "Voyages" literary magazine, including subscription brochures/forms, and newspaper article clippings. Includes notice for an evening of readings in memory of Mark Van Doren (1894-1972).

Box: 40 Fold: 40 Yale Review - John E. Palmer
1954-65

DESCRIPTION: Correspondence to Katherine Biddle from John E. Palmer, editor, "The Yale Review": 3 TLS 12/1/1954, 1/29/1964, 1/25/1965; ALS 4/8/1965.

Box: 40 Fold: 41 Literary Journals - Miscellaneous Correspondence
1927-61

DESCRIPTION: Correspondence to Katherine Biddle from various literary journals (arranged alphabetically by journal title). Includes Hope Ridings Miller (re "The Diplomat," TLS 2/28/1961); Joseph North (re "New Masses," TLS 6/13/1939).

Box: 40 Fold: 42 Curtis Publishing Company
1938-39

DESCRIPTION: Correspondence to Katherine Biddle from the Curtis Publishing Company re publication of her poetry.

Box: 40 Fold: 43 Duffield & Green Publishers
1931-34

DESCRIPTION: Correspondence to Katherine Biddle from Horace Green, president, Duffield & Green Publishers, re publication and royalties for "Outside of the World," and "Bright Mariner."

Box: 40 Fold: 44 J. Fischer and Bro.
1940-49

DESCRIPTION: Correspondence to Katherine Biddle from J. Fischer and Bro. music publishers re publication of her poems set to music by William Grant Still, "And They Lynched Him from a Tree" and "Plain Chant for America." Includes correspondence from Eugene H. Fischer (1941-42); George Fischer (1940); and Joseph A. Fischer (1949).

Box: 40 Fold: 45 Harcourt Brace & Company
1936-37

DESCRIPTION: Correspondence to Katherine Biddle from Thomas Moult re publication of Biddle's poem, "With Long Remember Light" in his edition of "Best Poems of 1936" originally published by Jonathan Cape and subsequently by Harcourt Brace & Company: ALS 12/24/1936 from Moult to Biddle; and ALS 12/24/1936 from Moult to Harold Vinal.

Box: 40 Fold: 46 Henry Harrison Poetry Publisher
1931-37

DESCRIPTION: Correspondence to Katherine Biddle from Henry Harrison, poetry publisher, re publication of her poetry.

Box: 40 Fold: 47 Kismet Books
1938

DESCRIPTION: Correspondence to Katherine Biddle from Kismet Books, International Publishers, re contribution of her poems to a poetry anthology entitled, "Contrasts."

Box: 40 Fold: 48 Leslie Frewin Publishers Limited
1966-67

DESCRIPTION: Correspondence to Katherine Biddle from Kenneth Hopkins of Leslie Frewin Publishers Limited, re publication of a poem by Biddle for an anthology.

Box: 40 Fold: 49 Charles Scribner's Sons
1929-36

DESCRIPTION: Correspondence to Katherine Biddle from Alfred Dashiell, managing editor, Charles Scribner's Sons, re publication of Biddle's poetry. Reference also to "Bright Mariner."

Box: 40 Fold: 50 Publishers (Various) - Correspondence
1934-67

DESCRIPTION: Correspondence to Katherine Biddle from various publishers (arranged alphabetically by company name). Includes Erwin Glikes (for Basic Books, Inc., 1964).

Box: 41 Fold: 1 "And They Lynched..." - Samuel Barber
1940

DESCRIPTION: Correspondence to Katherine Biddle re her poem, "And They Lynched Him from a Tree," from Samuel Barber: ALS 6/2/1940 (1 page); ALS 9/20/1940 (2 pages/1 sheet). Reference to the premiere performance of the work set to music by William Grant Still, with the Philharmonic Symphony Orchestra conducted by Artur Rodzinski, and performed by contralto soloist Louise Burge, at the Lewisohn Stadium, New York (June 25, 1940).

Box: 41 Fold: 2 "And They Lynched..." - Constance Biddle
1940

DESCRIPTION: Correspondence to Katherine Biddle re her poem, "And They Lynched Him from a Tree," from Constance Biddle. Reference to Louise Burge and to meeting Eleanor Roosevelt.

Box: 41 Fold: 3 "And They Lynched..." - Francis Biddle
1940

DESCRIPTION: Typed carbons of correspondence by Francis Biddle inviting the following to the premiere performance of Katherine Biddle's poem set to music by William Grant Still, "And They Lynched Him from a Tree": Marc Blitzstein, Schuyler Chapin, Raymond Gram Swing, Leopold Stokowski, Robert P. Wagner.

Box: 41 Fold: 4 "And They Lynched..." - George Biddle
c.1940

DESCRIPTION: Correspondence to Katherine Biddle re her poem, "And They Lynched Him from a Tree," from George Biddle.

Box: 41 Fold: 5 "And They Lynched..." - Louise Burge
1940

DESCRIPTION: Correspondence to Katherine Biddle re her poem, "And They Lynched Him from a Tree," from singer Louise Burge: ALS 7/12/1940 with envelope; ALS undated. Includes printed programs of recitals given by Burge.

Box: 41 Fold: 6 "And They Lynched..." - Leila Chapin
1939-40

DESCRIPTION: Correspondence to Katherine Biddle from Leila Chapin re her poem, "And They Lynched Him from a Tree": ALS dated 6/6/1940. Includes reference to performance of Biddle's poem, "Lament for the Stolen," set to music by Harl McDonald, ALS 1/4/1939.

Box: 41 Fold: 7 "And They Lynched..." - Rachel Crothers
c.5/29/1940

DESCRIPTION: Correspondence to Katherine Biddle re her poem, "And They Lynched Him from a Tree," from Rachel Crothers: ALS dated 5/29/(1940), with reference, probably, to an invitation to attend the premier performance which eventually took place on 6/25/1940 at the Lewisohn Stadium in New York with the Philharmonic Symphony Orchestra under the baton of Artur Rodzinski.

Box: 41 Fold: 8 "And They Lynched..." - J. Fischer & Bro. Music Publishers
1940-45

DESCRIPTION: Correspondence to Katherine Biddle from Eugene and Joseph Fischer, music publishers, re the music scores for Biddle's poems, "And They Lynched Him from a Tree," and "Plain Chant for America." Includes reference to the performance of the former work by the Orquesta Sinfonica of Mexico conducted by Carlos Chavez (1944).

Box: 41 Fold: 9 "And They Lynched..." - Minnie Guggenheimer
1940

DESCRIPTION: Correspondence to Katherine Biddle re performance of "And They Lynched Him from a Tree," from Minnie Guggenheimer, chairman, concert committee, Stadium Concerts, Inc., New York: TLS 4/30/1940, telegram 5/17/1940, TLS 6/12/1940, TLS 11/19/1940, ALS 11/20/(1940). Includes TLS 11/25/1940 to Guggenheimer from Albert Stoessel, conductor of the Oratorio Society, New York.

Box: 41 Fold: 10 "And They Lynched..." - Dorothy Herzog
1940-44

DESCRIPTION: Correspondence to Katherine Biddle re her poem, "And They Lynched Him from a Tree," from Dorothy Herzog. Reference also to the 1944 performance of the poem in Mexico (clipping included).

Box: 41 Fold: 11 "And They Lynched..." - Harold Ickes
1940

DESCRIPTION: Correspondence to Francis Biddle acknowledging invitation to attend the premier performance of Katherine Biddle's poem, "And They Lynched Him from a Tree," set to music by William Grant Still: TLS 5/31/1940.

Box: 41 Fold: 12 "And They Lynched..." - Fiorello LaGuardia
1940

DESCRIPTION: Correspondence to Francis Biddle from Fiorello LaGuardia re upcoming performance of Katherine Biddle's poem, "And They Lynched Him from a Tree": TLS 6/3/1940.

Box: 41 Fold: 13 "And They Lynched..." - Alain Locke
c.1939-44

DESCRIPTION: Correspondence to Katherine Biddle re her poem, "And They Lynched Him from a Tree," from Alain Locke: AN signed by proxy, 5/3/1940 (1 page); TLS 5/9/1940 (1 page); ALS dated "Tuesday" (1 page); ALS dated Saturday 9:30 a.m. (3 pages/2 sheets); TLS dated May 8 (1 page); ALS undated (2 pages/1 sheet).

Box: 41 Fold: 14 "And They Lynched..." - Harl MacDonald
1938-40

DESCRIPTION: Correspondence to Katherine Biddle from composer Harl McDonald re her poem, "And They Lynched Him from a Tree": TLS 6/4/1940 with 1938 correspondence from Biddle included.

Box: 41 Fold: 15 "And They Lynched..." - Charlotte Mason
1940

DESCRIPTION: Correspondence to Katherine Biddle from Charlotte Mason re performance of her poem, "And They Lynched Him from a Tree": 2 AL (probably dictated and signed by proxy) dated 5/10/1940 and 5/16/1940. Includes telegram 7/8/1940.

Box: 41 Fold: 16 "And They Lynched..." - Morris L. Ernst
1940

DESCRIPTION: Correspondence to Katherine Biddle from Morris L. Ernst re performance her poem, "And They Lynched Him from a Tree": TLS 5/31/1940 with attached typed carbon copy of letter from Ernst to Fiorello LaGuardia (5/30/1940).

Box: 41 Fold: 17 "And They Lynched..." - George Norford
1940

DESCRIPTION: Correspondence to Katherine Biddle from George Norford, associate editor, "Negro World Digest" re her poem, "And They Lynched Him from a Tree": 2 TLS dated 7/10/1940 and 7/15/1940. Includes clipping re Biddle and the ballad poem.

Box: 41 Fold: 18 "And They Lynched..." - Samuel R. Rosenbaum
1940-42

DESCRIPTION: Correspondence to Katherine Biddle from Samuel R. Rosenbaum re her poem, "And They Lynched Him from a Tree": 3 TLS and telegram dating from 1940 to 1942. Reference to Marian Anderson and Louise Burge.

Box: 41 Fold: 19 "And They Lynched..." - Artur Rodzinski
1940

DESCRIPTION: Correspondence to Katherine Biddle from conductor Artur Rodzinski re performance of her poem, "And They Lynched Him from a Tree": TLS 4/18/1940 (1 page); TLS 11/28/1940 (1 page); TLS 12/11/1940 (1 page). Includes TL copy 4/2/1940 from Rodzinski to William Grant Still.

Box: 41 Fold: 20 "And They Lynched..." - Eleanor Roosevelt
1940

DESCRIPTION: Correspondence to Francis Biddle from secretary to Eleanor Roosevelt accepting an invitation to attend the performance of Biddle's ballad poem, "And They Lynched Him from a Tree": TLS 5/29/1940. Includes TL carbon 5/23/1940 from Biddle to Roosevelt.

Box: 41 Fold: 21 "And They Lynched..." - Hugh Ross
1940

DESCRIPTION: Correspondence to Katherine Biddle from conductor Hugh Ross re rehearsals for the premier performance of her ballad poem, "And They Lynched Him from a Tree": TLS 6/3/1940.

Box: 41 Fold: 22 "And They Lynched..." - Helene Sardeau
1940

DESCRIPTION: Correspondence to Katherine Biddle from Helene Sardeau re performance of her ballad poem, "And They Lynched Him from a Tree": 2 ALS undated.

Box: 41 Fold: 23 "And They Lynched..." - Leopold Stokowski
1940

DESCRIPTION: Correspondence to Katherine and Francis Biddle from Leopold Stokowski re performance of Biddle's ballad poem, "And They Lynched Him from a Tree": 3 TLS dated 6/15/1940 (1 page), 11/26/1940 (1 page), 12/5/1940 (1 page).

Box: 41 Fold: 24 "And They Lynched..." - Leopold Stokowski
1941

DESCRIPTION: Correspondence to Katherine Biddle from Leopold Stokowski re performance of Biddle's ballad poem, "And They Lynched Him from a Tree": 5 TLS dated 9/22/1941 (1 page), 11/25/1941 (2 pages), 12/12/1941 (1 page), 12/18/1941 (1 page), 12/31/1941 (1 page).

Box: 41 Fold: 25 "And They Lynched..." - Leopold Stokowski
1942

DESCRIPTION: Correspondence to Katherine and Francis Biddle from Leopold Stokowski re the former's ballad poem, "And They Lynched Him from a Tree": 8 TLS dated 3/5/1942 (1 page), 3/25/1942 (1 page unsigned), 4/10/1942 (1 page), 4/11/1942 (1 page), 4/21/1942 (2 pages/2 sheets), 9/7/1942 (1 page), 10/19/1942 (1 page), 10/26/1942 (1 page). Includes TLS undated with reference to "Plain Chant for America."



Box: 41 Fold: 26 "And They Lynched..." - Olga Stokowski
1940

DESCRIPTION: Correspondence to Francis Biddle from Olga Stokowski re a performance of Katherine Biddle's ballad poem, "And They Lynched Him from a Tree": TLS 6/10/1940 (1 page).

Box: 41 Fold: 27 "And They Lynched..." - Walter White
1940

DESCRIPTION: Correspondence to Katherine Biddle from Walter White, secretary, National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (NAACP) re Biddle's ballad poem, "And They Lynched Him from a Tree": 2 TLS dated 6/8/1940 and 6/13/1940.

Box: 41 Fold: 28 "And They Lynched..." - "The Nation"
1940

DESCRIPTION: Correspondence to Katherine Biddle from Freda Kirchway, "The Nation," re publication of her ballad poem, "And They Lynched Him from a Tree."

Box: 41 Fold: 29 "And They Lynched..." - "Poetry" magazine
1940

DESCRIPTION: Correspondence to Katherine Biddle from editors of "Poetry" magazine, re publication of her ballad poem, "And They Lynched Him from a Tree." Includes Peter De Vries, associate editor (TLS 4/15/1940); and George Dillon, editor (telegram 4/12/1940).

Box: 41 Fold: 30 "And They Lynched..." - Correspondence (A-C)
c.1940-42

DESCRIPTION: Correspondence to Katherine Biddle re her ballad poem, "And They Lynched Him from a Tree." Arranged alphabetically, includes: Eleanor Belmont, Amy Bonner (Poetry magazine), Jacob Billikopf, Omar Champion (Champion Recording Corporation).

Box: 41 Fold: 31 "And They Lynched..." - Correspondence (D-F)
1940

DESCRIPTION: Correspondence to Katherine Biddle re her ballad poem, "And They Lynched Him from a Tree." Arranged alphabetically, includes: Elsie Taylor Du Trieuille, Josephine Dunny, Virginia Durr.

Box: 41 Fold: 32 "And They Lynched..." - Correspondence (G-J)
1940

DESCRIPTION: Correspondence to Katherine Biddle re her ballad poem, "And They Lynched Him from a Tree." Arranged alphabetically, includes: Eustace Gay (managing editor, Philadelphia Tribune); Bernice Gilkyson*; Nathan Goodman; Elizabeth Hapgood; Mary Howe; Herbert Clark Johnson.

Box: 41 Fold: 33 "And They Lynched..." - Correspondence (K-P)
1940

DESCRIPTION: Correspondence to Katherine Biddle re her ballad poem, "And They Lynched Him from a Tree." Arranged alphabetically, includes: Margaret Lewisohn, Mary B. Miller, Bessie W. Noe, Ralph W. Page.

Box: 41 Fold: 34 "And They Lynched..." - Correspondence (R-W)
1940-41

DESCRIPTION: Correspondence to Katherine Biddle re her ballad poem, "And They Lynched Him from a Tree." Arranged alphabetically, includes: Hugh Roos (sp?), Maurice J. Speiser, Ruth G. Steinway*, Adolphine F. Terry, W. Orton Tewson, Wanda Whitman.

Box: 41 Fold: 35 "And They Lynched..." - Correspondence (Unidentified)
1940

DESCRIPTION: Unidentified correspondence to Katherine Biddle re her ballad poem, "And They Lynched Him from a Tree."

Box: 41 Fold: 36 "And They Lynched..." - Correspondence (carbons/drafts by Biddle)
1939-40

DESCRIPTION: Typed carbon copies and drafts of correspondence by Katherine Biddle re her ballad poem, "And They Lynched Him from a Tree." Includes correspondence to Norman Corwin, Dorle Jarmel, Paul Robeson.

Box: 42 Fold: 1 "And They Lynched..." - Manuscript: Music Score (fragment)
Undated

DESCRIPTION: Autograph manuscript fragment of music score (by William Grant Still?) set to the ballad poem by Katherine Biddle, "And They Lynched Him on a Tree." 1 page/1 sheet.

Box: 42 Fold: 2 "And They Lynched..." - Manuscript: Early Drafts
undated

DESCRIPTION: Early autograph and typed manuscripts for "And They Lynched Him on a Tree," a ballad poem for chorus by Katherine Biddle (set to music by William Grant Still).

Box: 42 Fold: 3 "And They Lynched..." - Manuscript: Fragments & Notes
undated

DESCRIPTION: Manuscript fragments and notes by Katherine Biddle pertaining to her ballad poem, "And They Lynched Him on a Tree."

Box: 42 Fold: 4 "And They Lynched..." - Manuscript: Fragments & Notes
undated

DESCRIPTION: Manuscript fragments and notes by Katherine Biddle for her ballad poem, "And They Lynched Him on a Tree."

Box: 42 Fold: 5 "And They Lynched..." MSS: Address by Katherine Biddle
c.1940

DESCRIPTION: Typescript for address by Katherine Biddle on the role of culture and art in race relations, especially in regard to her ballad poem, "And They Lynched Him on a Tree."

Box: 42 Fold: 6 "And They Lynched..." Performance: Guest List
June 1940

DESCRIPTION: Autograph and typed guest lists for the premier performance of Katherine Biddle's ballad poem for chorus, "And They Lynched Him on a Tree" (Lewisohn Stadium, New York, June 1940, with the Philharmonic Symphony Orchestra conducted by Artur Rodzinski).

Box: 42 Fold: 7 "And They Lynched..." Production Notes
1940

DESCRIPTION: Autograph production notes by Katherine Biddle re premiere performance of her ballad poem, "And They Lynched Him on a Tree."

Box: 42 Fold: 8 "And They Lynched..." MSS: Program Notes
c.1940

DESCRIPTION: Typescripts of program notes by Katherine Biddle the performance of her ballad poem, "And They Lynched Him on a Tree."

Box: 42 Fold: 9 "And They Lynched..." MSS: Program Notes
c.1940

DESCRIPTION: Typescripts of notes by Katherine Biddle, presumably used for programs accompanying the performance of her ballad poem, "And They Lynched Him on a Tree."

Box: 42 Fold: 10 "And They Lynched..." Music Publication Notice
undated

DESCRIPTION: Printed notice of publication of sheet music for Katherine Biddle's ballad poem, "And They Lynched Him on a Tree," composed by William Grant Still (published by J. Fischer & Bro.).

Box: 42 Fold: 11 "And They Lynched..." Publicity Clippings
c. May-June 1940

DESCRIPTION: Clippings of newspaper articles and notices regarding the prospective premiere performance of Katherine Biddle's ballad poem "And They Lynched Him on a Tree," (on June 24, 1940 at the Lewisohn Stadium, New York, with the Philharmonic Symphony Orchestra conducted by Artur Rodzinski).

Box: 42 Fold: 12 "And They Lynched..." News Releases
c.May-June 1940

DESCRIPTION: News releases re the prospective premiere of Katherine Biddle's ballad poem, "And They Lynched Him on a Tree."

Box: 42 Fold: 13 "And They Lynched..." Reviews (clippings)
June 1940

DESCRIPTION: Clippings of reviews of the premiere performance of Katherine Biddle's ballad poem, "And They Lynched Him on a Tree," (Lewisohn Stadium, New York, June 24 & 25 1940). Includes reference to singers Louise Burge and Paul Robeson.

Box: 42 Fold: 14 "And They Lynched..." - Reprint in "The Nation"
June 8, 1940

DESCRIPTION: Issue of "The Nation" (June 8, 1940, 5 copies) featuring a reprint of Katherine Biddle's ballad poem, "And They Lynched Him on a Tree."

Box: 42 Fold: 15 "And They Lynched..." Premiere Performance Program
June 1940

DESCRIPTION: Printed performance programs (2) for the premiere of Katherine Biddle's ballad poem, "And They Lynched Him on a Tree," at the Lewisohn Stadium, New York, beginning June 24, 1940. Includes printed insert (1) of the libretto.

Box: 42 Fold: 16 "And They Lynched..." Mexico Performance Program
July 21-23, 1944

DESCRIPTION: Printed program (8 copies) for performance of Katherine Biddle's ballad poem, "And They Lynched Him on a Tree," by the Orquesta Sinfonica de Mexico conducted by Carlos Chavez (June 21-23, 1944).

Box: 42 Fold: 17 "And They Lynched..." Performance Program
1957

DESCRIPTION: Printed program for performance of Katherine Biddle's ballad poem, "And They Lynched Him on a Tree," by the Westchester Interracial Fellowship Chorus, with Carol Brice as contralto soloist (February 23, 1957).



Box: 43 Fold: 1 "Bright Mariner" - Franklin P. Adams
1933

DESCRIPTION: Correspondence to Katherine Biddle re her poem, "Bright Mariner," from Franklin P. Adams: ALS 7/30/1933 and ANS attached to ALS from Gertrude Varley Brown writing in praise of the poem (7/26/1933).

Box: 43 Fold: 2 "Bright Mariner" - Biddles & Chapins
1933-34

DESCRIPTION: Correspondence to Katherine Biddle re her poem, "Bright Mariner," from brother Paul Chapin (ALS 1/2/1934) and from various aunts, Julia Biddle (ALS 8/10/1933), Nathalie Robinson (12/25/1933), and "Sue" (Biddle?)(ALS 1/22/1933).

Box: 43 Fold: 3 "Bright Mariner" - Max Eastman
1934

DESCRIPTION: Correspondence to Katherine Biddle re her poem, "Bright Mariner," from Max Eastman: TLS 1/18/1934.

Box: 43 Fold: 4 "Bright Mariner" - Sturgis Ingersoll
Undated, 1934?

DESCRIPTION: Correspondence to Katherine Biddle re her poem, "Bright Mariner," from Sturgis Ingersoll: ALS undated.

Box: 43 Fold: 5 "Bright Mariner" - Willard B. Luther
1933

DESCRIPTION: Correspondence to Katherine Biddle re her poem, "Bright Mariner," from Willard B. Luther: ALS 12/18/1933.

Box: 43 Fold: 6 "Bright Mariner" - Charlotte Mason (dedication to)
1933

DESCRIPTION: Copy of "Bright Mariner," by Katherine Biddle with autograph inscription signed by Biddle to Charlotte Mason (dated November 22, 1933).

Box: 43 Fold: 7 "Bright Mariner" - Marion Merrell
1933

DESCRIPTION: Correspondence to Katherine Biddle re her poem, "Bright Mariner," from Marion Merrell: ALS c.December 1933 (1 page).

Box: 43 Fold: 8 "Bright Mariner" - James Newton
undated

DESCRIPTION: Correspondence to Katherine Biddle re her poem, "Bright Mariner," from James Newton: ALS undated.

Box: 43 Fold: 9 "Bright Mariner" - Eleanor Ober
1936

DESCRIPTION: Correspondence to Katherine Biddle re her poem, "Bright Mariner," from friend Eleanor Ober.

Box: 43 Fold: 10 "Bright Mariner" - Genevieve Taggard
1934

DESCRIPTION: Correspondence to Katherine Biddle re her poem, "Bright Mariner," from Genevieve Taggard; ALS 1/15/1934.

Box: 43 Fold: 11 "Bright Mariner" - Correspondence (A-C)
1933-60

DESCRIPTION: Correspondence to Katherine Biddle from various individuals re her poem, "Bright Mariner." Includes: Marie Beale ("Nannie", 1933), Philip Boyer (1934), Emily Cheston (1933), George S. Chappell (1933).

Box: 43 Fold: 12 "Bright Mariner" - Correspondence (D-G)
1934-51

DESCRIPTION: Correspondence to Katherine Biddle from various individuals re her poem, "Bright Mariner." Includes: Walter Gilkyson (1951), Horace Green (1934), Ena Grundy.

Box: 43 Fold: 13 "Bright Mariner" - Correspondence (H-M)
1933-36

DESCRIPTION: Correspondence to Katherine Biddle from various individuals re her poem, "Bright Mariner." Includes: Margaret L. Law (ACS 1934, ALS 1936).

Box: 43 Fold: 14 "Bright Mariner" - Correspondence (N-R)
1930-36

DESCRIPTION: Correspondence to Katherine Biddle from various individuals re her poem, "Bright Mariner." Includes: Margaret Reynolds (1934), Margaret Rullman (1933).

Box: 43 Fold: 15 "Bright Mariner" - Correspondence (S-W)
1931-35

DESCRIPTION: Correspondence to Katherine Biddle from various individuals re her poem, "Bright Mariner." Includes: Edith Scarlett (1934), Mildred Stillman (1933), Jasper Whiting (1933).

Box: 43 Fold: 16 "Bright Mariner" - Correspondence (Unidentified)
1934-36

DESCRIPTION: Correspondence to Katherine Biddle from various individuals re her poem, "Bright Mariner."



Box: 43 Fold: 17 "Bright Mariner" - Jacket Proofs
c.1933

DESCRIPTION: Proofs for jacket/cover of "Bright Mariner," by Katherine Biddle.

Box: 43 Fold: 18 "Bright Mariner" (Duffield & Green Publishers)
1933

DESCRIPTION: 11 issues of "Bright Mariner," by Katherine Biddle, illustrated with woodcuts by Joseph Wharton Esherick, (Duffield & Green Publishers, 1933, with original envelopes.

Box: 43 Fold: 19 "Bright Mariner" - Reprint
1962

DESCRIPTION: Copy of "For Those New to Sorrow, An Anthology," compiled by Margaret G. Ames in memory of husband and sons (1962). Includes Katherine Biddle's poem, "Bright Mariner" (p.17).

Box: 43 Fold: 20 "Bright Mariner" - Reprints (clippings)
1933

DESCRIPTION: Clippings from newspapers that printed Katherine Biddle's poem, "Bright Mariner."

Box: 44 Fold: 1 "Lament for the Stolen" - Biddle Family
1938=39

DESCRIPTION: Correspondence to Katherine Biddle re her poem, "Lament for the Stolen," from members of the Biddle family including, Constance Biddle, George Biddle, Georgina Biddle, Julia Biddle, and Nathalie Robinson.

Box: 44 Fold: 2 "Lament for the Stolen" - Struthers Burt
1938

DESCRIPTION: Correspondence to Katherine Biddle re her poem, "Lament for the Stolen," from Struthers Burt: ALS 12/20/1938.

Box: 44 Fold: 3 "Lament for the Stolen" - Rachel Crothers
1939

DESCRIPTION: Correspondence to Katherine Biddle re her poem, "Lament for the Stolen," from Rachel Crothers: telegram 12/31/1938 and TLS from Crothers' secretary sending regrets for Crothers' being unable to attend a performance of the poem set to music for chorus by Harl MacDonald.

Box: 44 Fold: 3.1 "Lament for the Stolen" - Sophie H. Drinker
1936-39

DESCRIPTION: Correspondence to Katherine Biddle from Sophie H. Drinker re having the former's poem, "Lament for the Stolen," performed in New York: ACS postmarked 1/3/1939). Includes autograph transcript of letter from Harl McDonald to Drinker (3/26/1936) re composing music for the poem.

Box: 44 Fold: 4 "Lament for the Stolen" - Max Eastman
1938

DESCRIPTION: Correspondence to Katherine Biddle from Max Eastman: TLS 12/9/1938, re attending a performance of Biddle's poem, "Lament for the Stolen."

Box: 44 Fold: 5 "Lament for the Stolen" - Gertrude Ely
1939

DESCRIPTION: Correspondence to Katherine Biddle from Gertrude Ely re a performance of Biddle's poem, "Lament for the Stolen."

Box: 44 Fold: 6 "Lament for the Stolen" - Alain Locke
1939

DESCRIPTION: Correspondence to Katherine Biddle from Alain Locke re the performance of Biddle's poem for chorus, "Lament for the Stolen," composed by Harl MacDonald: ALS 1/18/1939 (2 pages/1 sheet). Includes 2 letters about the performance from Locke to Charlotte Mason (ALS 1/1/1939, 4 pages/2 sheets, with 2 typed copies; and ALS 1/15/1939, 3 pages/2 sheets). Also includes 2 typed copies of letter (1/2/1939) from Locke to Biddle.

Box: 44 Fold: 7 "Lament for the Stolen" - Willard B. Luther
1939

DESCRIPTION: Correspondence to Katherine Biddle re her poem, "Lament for the Stolen," from Willard B. Luther: ALS 1/5/c.1939.

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