Contains 45 Collections and/or Records:
“The Big House” by Lennox Robinson 20 September 1926?; “Spring” by T.C. Murray and “Bird’s Nest” by Lennox Robinson 22 January 1940
Holograph letter addressed to “Rev’d D. Sprague” with an invitation to the Royal Society. Later letters reference moral and philosophical ideas and mention Abercrombie’s Inquiries concerning the intellectual powers, and the investigation of truth (1832)
Typed letter, signed, to Mrs. Leon B. Judah regarding her review of My America, 1928-1938 (1938) for her Literary Discussion Group, Louisville Section, National Council of Jewish Women; typed copy of her review; clippings on Adamic; broadside: “Plymouth Rock and Ellis Island”
Typed manuscript with final corrections of American Indian Education: Government Schools and Economic Progress.
Typescript letter, signed, to a Mr. Everett, concerning purchase of some books, a possible trip to America and recovery from an injury.
Holograph land grant, signed by President Adams and others, to Willoughby Tebbs of Philadelphia.
Holograph letter, signed, mounted on silk tissue, to Michenor Cadwallader (Cadwallader, M.) in response to Cadwallader’s proposal to publish an anti-Masonry newspaper; Cadwallader’s prospectus for New Daily Paper, Buffalo, 1845.
Typed letter, signed, on Hull House letter paper, introducing a Mr. Goldblatt who is working on Russian relief. Holograph letter on Hull House letter paper to J. J. Oppenheimer declining an invitation to speak at Stephens College, with a 1969 memo from Oppenheimer detailing the provenance of the letter.
Holograph letter to Lester Roberts in San Francisco.
Typescript poems: "The Cell of Self;" "Death Speaketh;" "Ecce Homo," "Elegy for Maxwell Bodenheim;" "Four Spared Woodchucks;" “I have read Proust;” "The Village Wordsmith;" "Supplication;" "The Sand Castle;" "The Lowest Ultimate;" "Interlude: Remembrance;" “In the square a vagabond stands;” "Being Will Be Revealed by Sorrow;" “Because he never spoke”