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KATHERINE BIDDLE PAPERS
FOLDER LISTING


Box: 56 Fold: 9 Poetry Published: "Quagga"
1962

DESCRIPTION: Published translation by Katherine Biddle of a poem by Gabriela Mistral in "Quagga," entitled, "Deep Sleep." p.29.

Box: 56 Fold: 10 Poetry Published: "The New Republic"
August 5 & 12, 1972

DESCRIPTION: Published poem(s) by Katherine Biddle in "The New Republic," (August 5 & 12, 1972), entitled, "Country of Summer," p.27.

Box: 56 Fold: 11 Poetry Published: "The Child Jesus of Prague"
Undated

DESCRIPTION: Published poem by Katherine Biddle, entitled, "The Child Jesus of Prague," translated from the French poem by Paul Claudel. In booklet form (2 with envelopes and 1 with autograph inscription to Charlotte Mason by Biddle, "To my dearest Godmother, with deep love from Katherine Biddle."

Box: 56 Fold: 12 Poetry Published: "The Lady of the Inn"
1926

DESCRIPTION: Published poem by Katherine Biddle, entitled, "The Lady of the Inn, written in the manner of a mediaeval Christmas play for two characters and a prologue." Drawings by Florence Wyman Ivins. Autograph inscription to Cornelia Chapin by Katherine Biddle, "For Cornelia with love on Christmas from Katherine."

Box: 56 Fold: 13 Poetry Published: "Poems at Ninfa"
Undated

DESCRIPTION: Published poems by Katherine Biddle, entitled, "Poems at Ninfa," published in booklet form by the Botteghe Oscure (19 copies in this folder).

Box: 56 Fold: 14 Poetry Published: Clippings (A-E)
1928-50

DESCRIPTION: Clippings of poems by Katherine Biddle published in various journals. Titles A through E.

Box: 56 Fold: 15 Poetry Published: Clippings (F-J)
1927-50

DESCRIPTION: Clippings of poems by Katherine Biddle published in various journals. Titles F-J.

Box: 56 Fold: 16 Poetry Published: Clippings (K-P)
1926-55

DESCRIPTION: Clippings of poems by Katherine Biddle published in various journals. Titles K through P.

Box: 56 Fold: 17 Poetry Published: Clippings (Q-Z)
1927-71

DESCRIPTION: Clippings of poems by Katherine Biddle published in various journals. Titles Q through Z.

Box: 56 Fold: 18 Poetry Published: in Anthologies (TOCs only)
c.1936-60

DESCRIPTION: Photocopies of the table of contents for poetry anthologies featuring poems by Katherine Biddle.

Box: 56 Fold: 18.1 Poetry Permissions Requests
c.1935-61

DESCRIPTION: Correspondence to Katherine Biddle from writers and publishers requesting permission to use her poems in publications. Includes: Kendall Banning (TLS 1937), Roy B. Bowers (ALS 1938), Hazel J. Fowler (TLS 1936), S.B. Gould (ALS 1941), Lucia Trent and Ralph Cheyney (TLS 1938), Grace Mattern (ALS 1935), Esther B. Frost (ALS 1943), Dorothy Schaffer (TLS 1961).

Box: 56 Fold: 18.2 Poetry - Musical Settings
1939-66

DESCRIPTION: Correspondence to Katherine Biddle regarding setting her poems to music. Includes composers Robert McBride (ALS 4/28/1939) and Paul Nordoff (ALS 8/2/(1941). The latter refers to his opera in progress, "The Masterpiece," (Philadelphia, January 24, 1941). Also includes Richard W. Dirksen, Washington Cathedral (TLS 4/10/1966) re Biddle's poem, "The Lady of the Sun."

Box: 56 Fold: 18.3 Poetry Quotations
Undated

DESCRIPTION: Notebook containing autograph transcriptions by Katherine Biddle of poems by other authors.

Box: 56 Fold: 19 African Americans
Undated

DESCRIPTION: Typescript items relating to African American history and civil rights movement. Includes typescript essay/statement by Verna Arvey Still, entitled, "Toward a Better America - the Biddles work for Inter-racial Understanding," and a review by Randolph Biddle of "The Children's Book," by Zora Neale Hurston.

Box: 56 Fold: 20 Associations (alphabetical)
c.1950-77

DESCRIPTION: Correspondence and printed items (e.g., membership certificates, invitations, conference programs, etc.) relating to various associations in which Katherine Biddle held membership or to which she contributed. Includes art galleries, charities, libraries and universities. Note reference to Georgetown University in a community letter dated 2/22/1965 re a plan by the university to expand its campus into the Georgetown neighborhood.

Box: 56 Fold: 21 Music - Notes
October 1908

DESCRIPTION: Autograph notes by Katherine Biddle on music.

Box: 56 Fold: 22 Travel - Bermuda
April 1937

DESCRIPTION: Autograph travel notes by Katherine Biddle on her trip to Bermuda in April 1937.

Box: 56 Fold: 23 Travel - Europe
June to August 1906

DESCRIPTION: Autograph travel diary kept by Katherine Biddle for a trip made through Europe in 1906.

Box: 56 Fold: 24 Travel - France
October to November 1935

DESCRIPTION: Autograph travel diary kept by Katherine Biddle for a trip through France in 1935. Includes blank postcards, notes re itinerary, and printed map showing directions from Paris to the Chateau de Coulennes.

Box: 56 Fold: 25 Travel - Grenada
March 1966

DESCRIPTION: Miscellaneous items relating to a trip to Grenada made by Katherine and Francis Biddle and Alexis and Dorothy Leger in March 1966. Includes flight itinerary, airfare billing statement, autograph notes by Katherine Biddle, and letter of welcome to Francis Biddle from Ian G. Turbott, administrator of Grenada (TLS 3/15/1966).

Box: 56 Fold: 26 Travel - Italy
September to October 1963

DESCRIPTION: Miscellaneous items relating to a trip to Italy made by Katherine Biddle. Includes travel itinerary, money exchange voucher, notes.

Box: 56 Fold: 27 Travel - Mexico: Correspondence
1943

DESCRIPTION: Correspondence to Katherine Biddle regarding a visit to Mexico with husband Francis Biddle in 1943 and the performances there of her ballad poems, "And They Lynched him from a Tree," and "Plain Chant for America." Includes Juan Carlos Blanco, ambassador of Uruguay (ALS 8/20/1943 in Spanish); Carlos Dario Ojeda, Mexican Embassy, (TLS 12/27/1943 in Spanish); Samuel Rosenbaum (TLS 11/6/1943). Also, Mathilda Gomez (ALS 9/21/1943 in Spanish); Salomon de la Selva (ALS 10/14/1943);

and Mary Winslow(?)(ALS 8/31/?).

Box: 56 Fold: 28 Travel - Mexico: Julian Carillo
1943

DESCRIPTION: Correspondence to Katherine Biddle regarding her visit to Mexico in 1943, from Julion Carrillo, conductor and director for Cruzada Pro-Sonido 13: ALS 9/18/1943 and TLS 11/3/1943. Reference to interest in conducting performances of Biddle's ballad poems, "And They Lynched Him from a Tree," and "Plain Chant for America." Reference also to William Grant Still, composer of the music for the poems.

Box: 56 Fold: 29 Travel - Mexico: Carlos Chavez
1944

DESCRIPTION: Correspondence and items relating to the performance of Katherine Biddle's ballad poem, "And They Lynched Him from a Tree," in Mexico by the Orquesta Sinfonica de Mexico under the direction of Carlos Chavez. Includes:

- 3 TLS from Carlos Chavez to Katherine Biddle dated 5/9/1944, 6/22/1944, 8/2/1944 and a telegram 4/14/1944.

- Typescript of a letter (7/31/1944) from Verna Arvey Still quoting from a letter she received from friend and conductor Richard Lert who had attended the performance in Mexico.

- Typescript of news bulletin reviewing the performance.

- Typed manuscript of the Spanish translation of the poem, with corrections.

- Autograph notes by Katherine Biddle.

Box: 56 Fold: 30 Travel - Mexico: Muna Lee
1943

DESCRIPTION: Correspondence to Katherine Biddle regarding her visit to Mexico in 1943, from Muna Lee, Division of Cultural Affairs, U.S. State Department: ALS 7/1/1943 and TLS (c.1943) providing a list with biographical information on Mexican writers and men of letters whom the Biddles would meet during their visit.

Box: 56 Fold: 31 Travel - Mexico: Alfonso Noriega, Jr.
1944

DESCRIPTION: Correspondence to Francis Biddle regarding a trip with Katherine Biddle to Mexico in 1943, from Alfonso Noriega, Jr., acting rector of the National University of Mexico: TLS 6/14/1944. Includes TL carbon reply from Katherine Biddle 8/8/1944. Reference to performances of Biddle's ballad poems in Mexico, "And They Lynched Him from a Tree," and "Plain Chant for America."

Box: 56 Fold: 32 Travel - Mexico: Carlos Pellicer
1943

DESCRIPTION: Correspondence to Katherine Biddle regarding her visit to Mexico in 1943, from poet and General Secretary of Education and Arts, Carlos Pellicer: 2 TLS 9/20/1943 and 12/20/1943. Reference to plans for presentation in Mexico of Biddle's two ballad poems, "And They Lynched Him from a Tree," and "Plain Chant for America."

Box: 56 Fold: 33 Travel - Mexico: News Clippings
1943

DESCRIPTION: News clippings regarding the visit of Katherine and Francis Biddle to Mexico in 1943.

Box: 56 Fold: 34 Travel - Spain: Correspondence
1954

DESCRIPTION: Correspondence regarding a trip to Spain by Katherine and Francis Biddle in 1954. Includes Dorothy Herzog (TLS 7/19/1954); Samuel Rosenbaum (TLS 3/24/1954) writing to Dr. Joaquin Alonso to introduce the Biddles. Also includes miscellaneous items: business cards, letters from the Spanish bureau of tourism, hotel receipts.

Box: 56 Fold: 35 Travel - Spain: Printed Items
c.1950s

DESCRIPTION: Printed items relating to Spain including publication list of the Hispanic Society of America, New York (1954); performance program for Jose Greco's Spanish Ballet (January 1952); AAA brochure on castles in Spain; typed transcription of a description of the Spanish by Tristan Tzara (in French).

Box: 56 Fold: 36 Spanish Notebook
1943

DESCRIPTION: Notebook and loose leaves containing exercises in Spanish by Katherine Biddle.

Box: 56 Fold: 37 Travel - Colorado Desert / California
March 30, 1927

DESCRIPTION: - Typescript entitled, "Desert Trip," dated March 30, 1927, 10 pages. Describes a road trip through Southern California and the Colorado Desert.

- Typescript entitled, "The Religion of Science," dated April 13, 1927, 7 pages by same author.

Both typescripts bear no author name and appear to be broadcast scripts for K-H-J radio.

Box: 56 Fold: 38 Biographical Information: Who's Who
c.1959-63

DESCRIPTION: Correspondence and material relating to biographical information on Katherine Biddle for publication in various "Who's Who" series.

Box: 56 Fold: 39 Biographical Information: "Distinguished Women of...D.C."
1964

DESCRIPTION: Biographical information on Katherine Biddle for publication in "Distinguished Women of Washington, D.C.," by Helen Cooke and Evelyn Dent Boyer, 1964. Typescripts.

Box: 56 Fold: 40 Biographical Information
Undated

DESCRIPTION: Biographical information on Katherine Biddle: autograph drafts by Biddle, used for publication publicity for her books.

Box: 56 Fold: 41 Biographical Information
Undated

DESCRIPTION: Biographical information on Katherine Biddle: typescripts.

Box: 56 Fold: 42 Book Jacket Blurbs
Undated

DESCRIPTION: Typescripts of jacket blurbs for books by Katherine Biddle.

Box: 56 Fold: 43 Katherine Biddle Papers: Disposition
1964-65

DESCRIPTION: Correspondence to Katherine Biddle regarding the disposition of her literary papers. Includes Martin H. Bush, Syracuse University Library (TLS 2/5/1954); and David C. Mearns, chief, manuscripts division, Library of Congress (2 TLS 8/19/65 & 9/22/1965).

Box: 56 Fold: 44 Business File
c.1965-72

DESCRIPTION: Correspondence to Katherine Biddle re retail services, miscellaneous purchases.

Box: 56 Fold: 45 Address Book
Undated

DESCRIPTION: Address book belonging to Katherine Biddle.

Box: 56 Fold: 46 Appointment Calendars
1967 & 1969

DESCRIPTION: Small appointment calendars belonging to Katherine Biddle for years 1967 and 1969.

Box: 56 Fold: 47 Daily Journal
1928

DESCRIPTION: Daily journal for 1928 with some autograph entries by Katherine Biddle.

Box: 56 Fold: 48 Social Lists - Miscellaneous Occasions
c.1945-1963

DESCRIPTION: Lists of guests for miscellaneous occasions (luncheons, dinners, receptions) given by Katherine and Francis Biddle.

Box: 56 Fold: 49 Social Lists - Miscellaneous Occasions
c.1961-72

DESCRIPTION: Guest lists for various social occasions hosted by Katherine and Francis Biddle.

Box: 56 Fold: 50 Social Lists
Undated

DESCRIPTION: Social lists kept by Katherine Biddle.

Box: 56 Fold: 51 Social Lists - Patrons (Misc. Organizations)
1959

DESCRIPTION: Printed patron lists for various occasions/organizations.

Box: 57 Fold: 1 Scrapbook
1927-1930

DESCRIPTION: Scrapbook belonging to Katherine Biddle containing clippings of newspaper articles relating to her poetry, books, and literary activities. Reference to publication of her poem "Outside of the World" (1930). Includes clippings of miscellaneous published poems by Biddle.



Box: 57 Fold: 2 Scrapbook
1938-42

DESCRIPTION: Scrapbook belonging to Katherine Biddle containing clippings of newspaper/journal articles about Katherine Biddle (her poetry, literary and social activities). Includes articles about Francis Biddle, Louise Burge, Cornelia Chapin, Wilbur Evans, Harl McDonald, Paul Robeson, William Grant Still.

Articles about major works include: "Lament for the Stolen" (1938) written in memory of the kidnapping of the Charles Lindbergh baby; "And They Lynched Him from a Tree" (1940); and "Plain Chant for America" (1941/42).

Photographs include:

- 2 b/w photographs of Katherine Biddle with conductor John Barbirolli and composer William Grant Still, Hollywood, 1941.

- 1 b/w photograph of a luncheon attended by Katherine Biddle of the Philharmonic-Symphony League, New York, October 21, 1941.

Box: 57 Fold: 3 Scrapbook
1942-48

DESCRIPTION: Scrapbook belonging to Katherine Biddle containing clippings of newspaper/journal articles about her writing and other literary and social activities. Includes articles regarding the trip to Mexico by Katherine and Francis Biddle in 1943 and performances there of the former's ballad poems, "And They Lynched Him from a Tree," and "Plain Chant for America."

Also includes articles on Marian Anderson; John Barbirolli; George Biddle and Helene Sardeau; Schuyler Chapin (marriage in 1947); Harl McDonald; Gabriela Mistral; Edna St. Vincent Millay; cellist Gregor Piatigorsky; Franklin Delano Roosevelt (with typescript of a letter from Eleanor Roosevelt to Katherine Biddle, 4/19/1945 re death of F.D.R.); Muriel Smith; William Grant Still; Leopold Stokowski; Sojourner Truth and Katherine Biddle's play about her performed by the American Negro Theatre in 1948.

Articles on major works include: "And They Lynched Him from a Tree"; and "Plain Chant for America."

Photographs include:

- 1 b/w photograph of Francis Biddle attending a meeting in Mexico, 9/23/1943.

- 1 b/w photograph of Katherine and Francis Biddle standing with unidentified Latin American(?) officials.

Box: 57 Fold: 4 Scrapbook
1926-1940

DESCRIPTION: Scrapbook containing clippings from journal/newspapers of published poems by Katherine Biddle, including her major works "Outside of the World," "Lament for the Stolen," "And They Lynched Him from a Tree," and "Plain Chant for America. Also includes articles about her and some reviews by her re William Rose Benet (1933), MacKnight Black (1932), Bernice Kenyon (1933), and Elinor Wylie (1932).

Includes some loose clippings (located in separate envelope in the labelled folder for 57:4).

Box: 57 Fold: 5 Scrapbook - Snarks, Ltd.
c.1914

DESCRIPTION: Scrapbook containing script and illustrations relating to the fifth anniversary of the amateur dramatic group, Snarks, Ltd. (f.1909), of which Katherine Biddle was a member.

Box: 58 Fold: 1 Scrapbook fragments
1961-62 & undated

DESCRIPTION: Contains loose items from scrapbooks belonging to Katherine Biddle. Includes:

- Poem (typescript) by Carley Dawson entitled, "Song for the Wind," unsigned, undated.

- Christmas cards from Thilda and Rene Boel and from Frank ______.

- Newspaper clipping of article: "St. John Perse, an American View," by Katherine Biddle (from The Sunday Star, Washington, D.C., 2/26/1961).

Box: 58 Fold: 2 Scrapbook fragments
1933-60

DESCRIPTION: Contains loose items from scrapbooks belonging to Katherine Biddle. Includes: articles about her ballad poem, "Lament for the Stolen," and other newspaper clippings including a feature on the Biddle house in Georgetown, Washington, D.C.

Box: 58 Fold: 3 Scrapbook fragments
Undated

DESCRIPTION: Contains loose items from scrapbooks belonging to Katherine Biddle. Includes:

- Name cards for the Prince and Princess Takamatsu.

- Blank postcards.

Box: 58 Fold: 4 Scrapbook fragments
c.1909-53

DESCRIPTION: Contains loose items from scrapbooks belonging to Katherine Biddle. Includes photographs:

- 10 b/w photographs taken at the 20th wedding anniversary of Katherine and Francis Biddle (4/28/1938). Guests shown include: Katherine and Francis Biddle, Leonard Beale, Sydney Francis Biddle, Katherine Schuyler Chambers (later Munoz), George S. Chappell, George Biddle, Marie Beale ("Nannie"/"Nanny"), Paul Chapin, Margery Newbold, George Jacques, Margaretta Wright, John Hampton Barnes ("Jack"), Mary Peabody, Anna Meyersall, Samuel Rosenbaum, Cornelia Biddle ("Neale"), George Howe, Camille Ross, Francis Boyer, Betty Cope, George Vesselago, Mary Roberts, (composer) Carlos Zozoya, Marion Wasserman, Dr. Woolston, William Wasserman, Esther Clifford, Franklin Watkins, Fairman Furness, Erick Wrench, Mark Merrell, Dorothy Allen, G. Munoz, Mary Roberts, Hamilton Gilkyson, Helen Hentz (sp?), Sam Eckert, Harriet Meigs, George Patterson.

- b/w photograph of Edmund Randolph Biddle, Billy Harris, Katherine Biddle, Margaretta Wright and son Graham Wright in Atlantic City, Christmas holidays 1935.

- 4 b/w photographs of Katherine and Francis Biddle, North East Harbor, c.1909. Produced by Mary Peabody.

- 2 b/w photographs of Katherine and Francis Biddle, Fisher's Island, September 1935.

- 4 b/w photographs of Biddle family: Katherine and Francis Biddle (honeymoon); young girl in armchair with baby (Edmund Randolph Biddle?); Katherine and Francis Biddle with son Edmund Randolph Biddle (November 1921).

Includes typescript of "Rhymes for Dinner Cards" for the 15th wedding anniversary of Leonard and Marie Beale (12/9/1926).

Printed items include newspaper article clippings about Francis Biddle and Sen. Joseph McCarthy; Katherine Biddle (c.1941-54); pamphlets about Ninfa and Sermoneta (in Italian); pencil sketch of the Biddle home in Wellfleet, Mass., by Frank Shay, 1953.

Box: 58 Fold: 5 Scrapbook fragments
c,1908-51

DESCRIPTION: Loose items from scrapbooks belonging to Katherine Biddle.

Photographs include:

- 5 b/w photographs of Francis Biddle, Paul Chapin, Edith Morgan and Struthers Burt on a walking trip in Devonshire, England, Summer 1912.

- 33 b/w photographs of Francis Biddle, Struthers Burt, Mary Lewis and Frances Lalanne on a camping trip through the Teton Range, Wyoming, 1915-16. Includes some photographs taken in San Diego, 1915; and a riding trip in Asheville, North Carolina, 1917 (see reference on p.323 in "A Casual Past," by Francis Biddle).

Other items include newspaper clipping announcing marriage of George Biddle to Jane Belo (1925); invitation to Mr. and Mrs. Robert Porter Patterson (U.S. Secretary of War, (1940-45).

Box: 58 Fold: 6 Scrapbook Fragments
1921-49

DESCRIPTION: Loose leaves from scrapbooks belonging to Katherine Biddle.

Includes 116 b/w photographs mostly of Edmund Randolph Biddle (1921-36), younger brother Garrison Chapin Biddle; cousin Schuyler Garrison Chapin (1922-23); 6 of Charlotte Mason with Katherine Biddle and baby Edmund Randolph Biddle, plus 2 with the latter two in Atlantic City, May to June 1921. Also includes various photographs of Katherine Biddle and Francis Biddle; Frank Shea in negotiation with a Russian delegation (undated); and others uncaptioned.

Other items include newspaper clippings re Francis Biddle, Cornelia Chapin, Judge John Parker (1949), typescript copy of letter appointing Francis Biddle as special assistant to the U.S. District Attorney (11/9/1922), TLS 1/20/1927 from Chester Aldrich inviting Francis Biddle to join the Coffee House club.



Box: 58 Fold: 7 Photographs: Katherine Biddle
1921 and undated

DESCRIPTION: Assorted b/w photographs of Katherine Biddle (total: 12).

Box: 58 Fold: 8 Photographs: Katherine & Francis Biddle
Undated

DESCRIPTION: Assorted b/w photographs of Katherine and Francis Biddle (total: 10). Includes 3 color photographs of Francis Biddle with unidentified man and houses (dated October 1961).

Box: 58 Fold: 9 Photographs: Francis & George Biddle (Juvenile)
Undated: c.1890s

DESCRIPTION: 2 b/w studio photographs of Francis and George Biddle as children.



Box: 58 Fold: 10 Photographs: Illustrations by Balthus for "Wuthering Heights"
c.1933

DESCRIPTION: 6 b/w photographs of illustrations by Balthus (a.k.a. Count Balthazar Klossowski de Rola) for the 1933 edition of "Wuthering Heights" by Emily Bronte. Each bears photographer's stamp on verso: "Maurice Poplin...Villemomble (Seine)."

Box: 58 Fold: 11 Photograph: Kenneth Koch
Undated; c.1960s

DESCRIPTION: Publicity photograph of poet Kenneth Koch (1 b/w). Includes biographical sketch issued by Grove Press, Inc., New York.

Box: 58 Fold: 12 Photograph - Anne Sexton
1968

DESCRIPTION: Publicity photograph (b/w) with biographical sketch of author Anne Sexton, issued by Houghton Mifflin Company.

Box: 58 Fold: 13 Photographs: Miscellaneous Unidentified
Undated

DESCRIPTION: 15 b/w photographs of unidentified individuals and events. Includes 1 strip of negatives (unidentified).

Box: 58 Fold: 14 Photographs - Art
Undated

DESCRIPTION: 5 b/w photographs of paintings and sculpture owned by Francis Biddle. Some given to the Corcoran Gallery of Art, Washington, D.C. Includes "Woman on Horseback" by Gaston Lachaise (sculpture); "Head of a Woman" by Henri Matisse; "Seated Figure" by Jan Mestrovic; "The Nutcracker" by Gergoe Grosj; and drawing of horse (untitled) by ______?



Box: 58 Fold: 15 Newsclippings: Anthony J. Drexel Biddle
1955

DESCRIPTION: Printed article entitled, "The Fabulous Life of Anthony J. Drexel Biddle," by Cordelia Drexel Biddle, as told to Kyle Crichton (1955).

Box: 58 Fold: 16 Newsclippings: Francis Biddle
1940-62

DESCRIPTION: Newsclippings re Francis Biddle.

Box: 58 Fold: 17 Newsclippings: Francis Biddle
1940-62

DESCRIPTION: Various printed items regarding Francis Biddle, including reprint of an article about him in "The Shingle," monthly publication of the Philadelphia Bar Association (March 1940).

Box: 58 Fold: 18 Newsclippings: Francis & Katherine Biddle
From 1941

DESCRIPTION: Clippings of newspaper/journal articles regarding Francis and Katherine Biddle (social events, public appearances).

Box: 58 Fold: 19 Newsclippings: Katherine Biddle
1930s

DESCRIPTION: Newspaper and journal clippings regarding Katherine Biddle.

Box: 58 Fold: 20 Newsclippings: Katherine Biddle
1940s

DESCRIPTION: Newspaper and journal clippings regarding Katherine Biddle.

Box: 58 Fold: 21 Newsclippings: Katherine Biddle
1950s

DESCRIPTION: Newspaper and journal clippings regarding Katherine Biddle.

Box: 58 Fold: 22 Newsclippings: Katherine Biddle
1960s

DESCRIPTION: Newspaper and journal clippings regarding Katherine Biddle.

Box: 58 Fold: 23 Newsclippings: Katherine Biddle
1977/78

DESCRIPTION: Newspaper obituary (Washington Post, 1977) and memorial notice (Poetry Pilot) for Katherine Biddle (d. December 30, 1977).

Box: 58 Fold: 24 Newsclippings: Katherine Biddle
Undated

DESCRIPTION: Miscellaneous newspaper and journal articles regarding Katherine Biddle.

Box: 58 Fold: 25 Katherine Biddle - Biographical Sketches
1940-84

DESCRIPTION: Biographical sketches on Katherine Biddle, including "Current Biography" (1943 & 1984); and "Distinguished Women of Washington, D.C." (1964).

Box: 58 Fold: 26 Newsclippings: Biddle Family
1961-68

DESCRIPTION: Printed items and newsclippings regarding members of the Biddle family. References to Alexander Biddle, Alfred A. Biddle, Alice Biddle, Anthony J. Drexel Biddle, Charles J. Biddle, David S. Biddle, Francis Biddle, George Biddle, Mrs. T. Charlton Henry (nee Julia Rush Biddle) Nicholas Biddle.

Includes commemorative booklet, "The Commissioning of the United States Ship Biddle (DDG-5), Naval Base Philadelphia, 5 May 1962."

Box: 58 Fold: 27 Printed Item(s) re Maud Adams
1901

DESCRIPTION: Biography on Maud Adams by Acton Davies (New York: Frederick A. Stokes Company, 1901). Includes tipped in postcard photographs of Maud Adams and autograph notes by Katherine Biddle.

Box: 58 Fold: 28 Newsclippings: W.H. Auden
c.1937-65

DESCRIPTION: Clippings of newspaper/journal articles by/about W.H. Auden.

Box: 58 Fold: 29 Newsclippings: William Rose Benet
1930-31

DESCRIPTION: Clippings of newspaper/journal articles by/about William Rose Benet.

Box: 58 Fold: 30 Newsclippings: Art Buchwald
1959

DESCRIPTION: Clippings of newspaper/journal articles by/about Art Buchwald.

Box: 58 Fold: 31 Newsclippings: Rene Char
1954

DESCRIPTION: Clippings of newspaper/journal articles by/about Rene Char.

Box: 58 Fold: 32 Newsclippings: E.E. Cummings
1959-62

DESCRIPTION: Clippings of newspaper/journal articles by/about E.E. Cummings.

Box: 58 Fold: 33 Newsclippings: Charles de Gaulle
1964-70

DESCRIPTION: Clippings of newspaper/journal articles about Charles de Gaulle.

Box: 58 Fold: 34 Newsclippings: Cecil Day Lewis
1953

DESCRIPTION: Clippings of newspaper/journal articles by/about Cecil Day Lewis.

Box: 58 Fold: 35 Newsclippings: Archibald MacLeish
1955 & undated

DESCRIPTION: Clippings of newspaper/journal articles by/about Archibald MacLeish.

Box: 58 Fold: 36 Newsclippings: Edwin Muir
1959

DESCRIPTION: Clippings of newspaper/journal articles about Edwin Muir.

Box: 58 Fold: 37 Printed Item: Ezra Pound - Lecture Notice
April 3, 1973

DESCRIPTION: Printed notice of lecture on Ezra Pound sponsored by the Women's Lecture Committee of the Corcoran Gallery of Art, April 3, 1973.

Box: 58 Fold: 38 Newsclippings: Ezra Pound
1958-60

DESCRIPTION: Clippings of newspaper/journal articles about Ezra Pound.

Box: 58 Fold: 39 Newsclippings: Anne Sexton
July 12, 1968

DESCRIPTION: Clipping of a poem by Anne Sexton, "Days Without You," (in the New Yorker, 7/12/1968).

Box: 58 Fold: 40 Newsclippings: Karl Shapiro
1959-60

DESCRIPTION: Clippings of newspaper/journal articles by/about Karl Shapiro.

Box: 58 Fold: 41 Printed Item: William Christopher Stevens
Undated

DESCRIPTION: Book jacket for a book of poetry by William Christopher Stevens, entitled, "A Flash of Swallows."

Box: 58 Fold: 42 Newsclippings: Paul Valery
December 1966

DESCRIPTION: Notice for the inauguration and exhibition of the Paul Valery collection donated by the Bollingen Foundation to the University of Paris. Includes clipping of a piece by Paul Valery entitled, "The Angel."

Box: 58 Fold: 43 Newsclippings: Andrei Voznesensky
1967-71

DESCRIPTION: Clippings of newspaper/journal articles by/about Russian poet Andrei Voznesensky.

Box: 58 Fold: 44 Printed Item: Walt Whitman / Ralph Waldo Emerson
July 21, 1855

DESCRIPTION: Printed facsimile of an autograph letter signed by Ralph Waldo Emerson to Walt Whitman commenting on the latter's poem, "Leaves of Grass," (dated July 21, 1855; facsimile printed to commemorate the sesquicentennial of Whitman's birth, May 31, 1819; original in the collection of Charles E. Feinberg).

Box: 58 Fold: 45 Printed Item: Arnold Whitridge
November 5, 1970

DESCRIPTION: Reprint of a talk by Arnold Whitridge entitled, "The English Language: a Musical Instrument and a Workaday Tool," delivered tot he Women's Council of the New York Public Library, November 5, 1970.

Box: 58 Fold: 46 Newsclippings: Reed Whittemore
1971

DESCRIPTION: Clippings of newspaper/journal articles about Reed Whittemore.

Box: 58 Fold: 47 Newsclippings: Yevgeny Yevtushenko
1965-72

DESCRIPTION: Clippings of newspaper/journal articles about russian poet Yevgeny Yevtushenko.

Box: 58 Fold: 48 Newsclippings: Miscellaneous People
1958-70

DESCRIPTION: Clippings of articles from journals/newspapers re various individuals including Gertrude Ely, Frances H. Foster, Calouste Gulbenkian, Sylvia Harlech, Fred Rodell, Heather May Rosenbaum, Elizabeth Rowe.

Box: 58 Fold: 49 Newsclippings: Art & Artists
1954-66

DESCRIPTION: Clippings of newspaper/journal articles re art and artists. Includes article by Catherine Drinker Bowen, "The Nature of the Artist," (from The Atlantic Monthly, 1961).

Box: 58 Fold: 50 Newsclippings: Book Reviews
1945-70

DESCRIPTION: Clippings of newspaper/journal book reviews.

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