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Contains materials compiled by Barry Farrell for a Life article about Allen Ginsberg and his visit to Lawrence, Kansas and the University of Kansas. Includes typescript and manuscript notes; drafts; transcriptions of interviews with Allen Ginsberg and his partner, Peter Orlovsky; and a biography about Ginsberg and his philosophy.
This bound scrapbook contains news clippings and tearsheets of published articles and short stories by Kansas poet and author Florence L. Snow. The scrapbook, compiled by the author, includes manuscript segments of her writings. Housed separately are two photographs--one of Snow at her Lawrence, Kansas home, and one of the home of her sister Ella Snow (Mrs. W. W. Sain) at Neosho Falls, Kansas.
Contains an untitled poem written by Helen Rhoda Hoopes to Cassandra Ritter, dated December 16, 1936.
This collection contains the many poems and other writings of Tescott, Kansas librarian Hester Buell (1900-1993), which include her remembrances and memorabilia of her brother Harold and sister Helen. Within the collection correspondence are Miss Buell's letters from Wint Smith (U.S. Congressman from Kansas, 1947-1961).
This collection of items by and about Honolulu, Hawaii poet Jane Comstock dates from 1938 to 1946. It consists of three Christmas cards sent from Jane Comstock and her husband; a Honolulu news clipping concerning Waikiki Garden (one of Comstock's books of verse); and a reprinted Honolulu news report of a radio broadcast of poetry readings by Comstock.
The First Annual Langston Hughes Lecture delivered by Arthur D. Drayton, Langston Hughes Visiting Professor, Fall Semester 1978 at the University of Kansas. The lecture discusses Hughes' life and works.
A lecture by Joel A. Adedeji, presented April 9th, 1991 at the University of Kansas as the 1991 Annual Langston Hughes lecture. The lecture was entitled "Langston Hughes and the River Between (the Making of a Poet)."
Letter written by J.T. Frisbie to Richard Salisbury of Syracuse, New York. The letter describes the life of Caroline M. Congdon (1841-186), the semi-paralyzed poet of Amber or Otisco Valley, Onondaga County, New York, and the device she used for writing.
- Subject: Poets, American X
- Poets, American -- 20th century 4
- Poets, American -- Kansas 3
- African American poets 2
- American poetry -- 20th century 2
- American poetry -- Kansas 2
- Women poets, American -- 20th century 2
- American poetry 1
- American poetry -- 21st century 1
- Bogg free-for-postage pamphlet 1
- Haiku, American 1
- Hawaii -- Poetry 1
- Ottawa County (Kan.) -- History 1
- Poets, American 1
- Tescott (Kan.) -- History 1
- Women authors, American -- Kansas 1
- Women poets 1
- Women poets, American -- 19th century 1 ∧ less
- Hughes, Langston, 1902-1967 2
- Adedeji, Joel Adeyinka 1
- Buell, Harold E., 1897-1981 1
- Buell, Helen C., 1903-1935 1
- Buell, Hester, 1900-1993 1
- Comstock, Jane, 1874-1958 1
- Congdon, Caroline M. 1
- Drayton, Arthur D. 1
- Elliott, Harley, 1940- 1
- Elsberg, John 1
- Farrell, Barry 1
- Frisbie, J. T. 1
- Ginsberg, Allen, 1926-1997 1
- Haskell Indian Nations University 1
- Hoopes, Helen Rhoda, 1878-1973 1
- Low, Denise 1
- Ritter, John 1
- Sain family. 1
- Smith, Wint, 1892-1976 1
- Snow, Florence L. (Florence Lydia), 1861-1955 1 ∧ less