American poetry -- Kansas
Found in 10 records:
Unpublished scrapbook compiled by Donald S. Pady of poems written by Kansas-based journalist and newspaper editor William Allen White. According to Pady, the purpose of the collection is to bring together the many verses of White which are found in numerous publications.
Florence Snow (1861-1955) was a poet and author who lived most of her life in Kansas. These papers include her journals and notebooks, correspondence, poems and other writings, public proofs and notes, and studies of the human hand.
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).
John Fowler was a poet and editor of the poetry magazine GRIST. He was active in Lawrence, Kansas. This collection contains books, magazines, draft poems, photographs, and correspondence.
Thomas Zvi Wilson was a Kansas poet and artist whose work was published in many literary journals. The collection includes poems by Thomas Zvi Wilson as well as by Jeanie Wilson, his wife. Also included are early drafts, edits and critiques of Wilson's poetry, correspondence, article clippings, sketches and notes, and other materials related to the Wilsons' writings and to Thomas Wilson's volunteer efforts at the Kansas State Penitentiary.
This collection includes correspondence, personal records, typescript and mimeograph copies of published material, predominantly of plays and poetry.
Correspondence received from various Kansas authors in response to Braithwaite's request for poems to be anthologized, or in some instances authors offering poetry for publication. Some of the poets were members of The Kansas Authors Club.