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Descriptive Summary

Biographical Sketch

Scope and Contents

Restrictions

Index Terms

Related Material

Administrative Information

Source

Description of Series

Series I. Works , 1922-1933

Series II. Correspondence, 1922-1960

Series III. Manuscripts Submitted to 1923-1928, nd

Index

Index

University of Texas, Harry Ransom Humanities Research Center

Idella Purnell Stone and Palms:

An Inventory of Materials at the Harry Ransom Humanities Research Center



Descriptive Summary

Creator: Stone, Idella Purnell, 1901-
Title: Idella Purnell Stone Personal Papers and Records of Palms Magazine
Dates: 1922-1960
Abstract: The Idella Purnell Stone personal papers and records of Palms document the creation and operations of the literary magazine by its American producer and editor. Working in Mexico, Stone developed professional and personal relationships with writers and poets such as D.H. Lawrence, Mable Dodge Luhan, and Warren Gilbert which are reflected in the manuscripts and correspondence that make up the bulk of the papers.
RLIN record #: TCRC98-A24
Extent: 7 boxes (2.92 linear feet) and 1 oversize folder
Language: English.
Repository: Harry Ransom Humanities Research Center, University of Texas at Austin

Biographical Sketch

Idella Purnell (1901-1982) was raised in Guadalajara, Mexico, by her father, an American dentist. In 1918, she entered the University of California at Berkeley where, in her second semester, she attended a poetry class taught by Witter Bynner. In 1921, Purnell became an associate editor of The Occident, the university's literary magazine and played an active role in the Verse Guild, a co-ed writing society.

When Idella graduated in 1922 she returned to Guadalajara, took a secretarial job at the American Consulate, and kept house for her father. When she began to feel intellectually stifled she looked around for an outlet. Her copious correspondence with her college friends helped somewhat and when she received a small pamphlet of poems from W.W. Lyman she wondered if she could produce the same sort of thing as a Christmas present for friends. This idea grew into the notion of publishing a small magazine. After considerable soul-searching and communication with friends she decided that it was possible.

In the Spring of 1923, the first issue of Palms was produced. Two former classmates of Purnell's, Barbara Burks and Vernon King served as associate editors and Witter Bynner and Agustin Basave acted as contributing editors. Each poem went to all four editors who returned their comments to Purnell, who made the final decisions on which poems were published. The first issue of Palms included poems by Basave, Bynner, David Greenhood, Jack Lyman, Harold Vinal and several others. The magazine could not pay poets for their work, so prizes were offered and like other little poetry magazines of the times, it was considered a forum for unknown or beginning poets.

There were many difficulties in getting Palms published. Purnell acted as the head editor, typist, proof-reader, salesperson, and circulation department, all the while maintaining her position at the Consulate. She had help from her father and a little from her sister, who designed the first cover. The magazine never made enough money to be profitable and circulation never reached much more than 2,000 subscriptions. Despite these problems Palms was well received by the poetry community. The taste of the editor was complimented and many of the young poets Purnell published went on to become well-, or at least better-known. Some established poets were also published in Palms, including Bynner of course, but also D.H. Lawrence who visited Purnell in Mexico, Mable Dodge Luhan, and Warren Gilbert. Lawrence also provided some cover designs for Palms and persuaded the Danish artist Kai Götzsche to do the same.

Purnell continued to produce Palms until May of 1930. During that time she married John M. Weatherwax in 1927. She had met him in Los Angeles in 1925 where she spent a summer working at the public library. After their marriage Purnell moved to Aberdeen, Washington, with her husband and Palms moved with them. Shortly after she became pregnant, Weatherwax sent her back to Guadalajara to have the baby. Georgia Bryant Weathermax was born in April of 1928 but died a month later. Her father never saw her. In 1929 Weatherwax sued for divorce from Purnell on the grounds of alleged desertion. Despite the divorce, Purnell and Weatherwax collaborated on 19 books between June 1929 and October 1930, when Weatherwax sent Purnell to New York to find a publisher for their manuscripts. On the trip Purnell was introduced to Remi Stone by her good friend Isaac Benjamin. It was love at first sight. Stone acted as the business manager for Palms for its final 8 issues, and in 1932 they were married. Purnell continued to use her maiden name professionally after both of her marriages.

While little else about Purnell's life has been published, the story of Palms did not end with the final 1930 issue. In 1932 Purnell received a letter from Elmer Nicholas, a minister in Frankton, Indiana. He inquired after the name, rights, and subscription list for Palms and whether she had disposed of them and whether he might acquire them. Purnell agreed and for the payment of the magazine's debts, Nicholas revived publication of the little poetry magazine.

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Scope and Contents

Correspondence having to do with the creation and running of the Palms, poetry magazine makes up the bulk of the Idella Purnell Stone Papers, 1922-1960. Manuscripts submitted to Palms, personal letters, and Purnell's own poetry round out the papers, which are organized into three series, with materials arranged alphabetically by title or author: I. Works, 1922-1933 (.5 box); II. Correspondence, 1922-1960 (5.5 boxes); and III. Manuscripts Submitted to Palms, 1923-1928 (1 box). This collection was previously accessible through a card catalog, but has been re-cataloged as part of a retrospective conversion project.

The Works Series is composed of holograph and typescript manuscripts of Purnell's poetry as well as various advertisements, lists, and notes regarding Palms. Of particular interest may be Purnell's recounting of her collaboration and friendship with D.H. Lawrence, "D.H. Lawrence Revises some Poems." Individual titles by Purnell are listed in the Index of Works at the end of this guide.

The Correspondence Series is particularly noteworthy due to its size and the presence of quite a few letters from Purnell. This series is divided into three subseries: Subseries A. Outgoing Correspondence, 1922-1960; Subseries B. Incoming Correspondence, 1922-1958; and Subseries C. Third-Party Correspondence, 1923-1951. The majority of the almost 2000 pieces of incoming and outgoing mail deal with the publication of Palms and include correspondence with both contributors and subscribers, but there are a few personal letters included. Many of the incoming letters have notes and responses penciled on them by Purnell, generally in an editor's blue pencil. Some of the larger accumulations of letters came from Albert Bender, Isaac Benjamin, Witter Bynner, Hildegarde Flanner, Ellen Glines, David Greenhood, Spud Johnson, D.H. Lawrence, Lee Shippey, Harold Vinal, as well as others. The Third-party section contains many letters written to Witter Bynner, in his capacity as contributing editor, and to John Weatherwax, Purnell's first husband and publisher of Palms after 1927, among others. All correspondents can be identified in the Index of Correspondents at the end of this guide.

The "Manuscripts Submitted to Palms" Series contains a number of manuscripts of poems and articles submitted to Palms, most of them typescript. Some of the primary contributors included Isaac Benjamin, Witter Bynner, Hildegard Flanner, Warren Gilbert, Lenonard Hinton, and Marie Welch. Individual works are listed by author in the Index of Works by Other Authors at the end of this guide.

Elsewhere in the Ransom Center are 28 photographs associated with Idella Purnell Stone, located in the Literary Files of the Photography Collection, and 22 Vertical File folders of poems by various authors published in a variety of poetry magazines. An unpublished manuscript titled "Pesos and Poets: The Story of a Little Magazine" by Sue Watkins Grasty which details the story of Palms and provides a general biography of Purnell, is located in the HRC Archives (folder 61.12). Issues of Palms are also available including vol. 1-4 no. 2; vol. 5 no. 5-6; and vol. 7, no. 6; as well as a comprehensive author, title, and first line index for 1923-1930 (PN 1010. P256 HRC; PN 1010. P256 Index HRC).

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Restrictions

Access

Open for research

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Index Terms

Correspondents
Auslander, Joseph, 1897-
Bender, Albert M. (Albert Maurice), 1866-1941.
Benjamin, Isaac.
Burnshaw, Stanley, 1906-
Bynner, Witter, 1881-1968.
Conant, Isabel Fiske, 1874-
Cullen, Countee, 1903-1946.
Field, Arthur F.
Field, Benjamin Franklin, 1868-
Flanner, Hildegarde, 1899-
Gilbert, Warren.
Glines, Ellen.
Greenhood, David.
Hinton, Leonard.
Holmes, John Albert, Jr., 1904-1962.
Johnson, Walter Willard, 1897-1968.
Laing, Alexander, 1903-
Lawrence, D.H. (David Herbert), 1885-1930.
Lindsay, Elizabeth Conner, 1901-1954.
Lindsay Vachel, 1879-1931.
Long, Haniel, 1888-1956.
Luhan, Mabel Dodge, 1879-1962.
Monroe, Harriet, 1860-1936.
Pound, Ezra, 1885-1972.
Ridge, Lola, 1883-1941.
Riding, Laura, 1901- .
Shippey, Lee, 1884- .
Sinclair, Upton, 1878-1968.
Strong, L.A.G. (Leonard Alfred George), 1896-1958.
Van Doren, Mark, 1894-1972.
Vinal, Harold, 1891- .
Walkup, Fairfax (Proudfit), 1887-
Weatherwax, John Martin, 1900-
Welch, Marie de L. (Marie de Laveaga), 1905-1974.
Subjects
American poetry--20th century.
Poetry magazines--20th century.
Document types
Drawings.
Postcards.
Titles
Palms.

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Related Material

Other materials associated with Idella Purnell Stone may be found in the following collections at the Ransom Center:

  • Contempo
  • Johnson, Spud
  • Lawrence, Frieda
  • Lindsay, Nicholas Vachel
  • Nehls, Edward
  • Zukofsky, Louis

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Administrative Information

Acquisition

Purchase and gift, 1958-1979 (G235)

Processed by

Chelsea Jones, 1998

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Source

Grasty, Sue Watkins. "Pesos and Poets: The Story of a Little Magazine". Unpublished manuscript, 1963. HRC Archives, Harry Ransom Humanities Research Center, University of Texas, Austin.

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Idella Purnell Stone Papers--Folder List

 

Series I. Works , 1922-1933

box folder
1 1 A-Z
2 Notes and lists, 1923-1930,
25pp
3 Palms; advertisements, business papers, and form letters, 1923-1929,
40pp

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Series II. Correspondence, 1922-1960

Subseries A. Outgoing Correspondence, 1922-1960
box folder
1 4 Unidentified; A-G
5 Benjamin, Isaac, 1925-1932
6 Bynner, Witter, 1923-1949
7 H-L
8 Lindsay, Elizabeth, 1926-1933
9 M-Z
10 Nicholas, Elmer, 1933-1939
Subseries B. Incoming Correspondence, 1922-1958
box folder
1 11 Unidentified; A
12 B-Bo
box folder
2 1 Bender, Albert Maurice, 1923-1950
2 Benjamin, Isaac, 1925-1931
3 Br-Bz
4-5 Bynner, Witter, 1926-1950
6 C
box folder
3 1 D-E
2 F
3 Field, Arthur, 1925-1935
4 Field, B.F., 1923-1932
5 Flanner, Hildegarde, 1923-1940
6 G
7 Gilbert, Warren, 1923-1927
8 Glines, Ellen, 1924-1939
9 Greenhood, David, 1924-1929
10 H
box folder
4 1 Hinton, Leonard, 1923-1927
2 Holmes, John Albert, 1926-1948
3 J-K
4 Johnson, Spud, 1923-1938
5 L
6 Laing, A.K., 1925-1930
7 Lawrence, D.H., 1923-1927
8 Lindsay, Elizabeth Conner, 1925-1937
9 Lindsay, Nicholas Vachel, 1928 (oversize letter removed to oversize folder 1)
10 Long, Haniel, 1923-1942
11 M-Me
box folder
5 1 Mackey, Margaret Gilbert, 1923-1926
2 Mi-Mz
3 N-O
4 P
5 R
6 Ridge, Lola, 1933-1935
7 S-Si
8 Shippey, Lee, 1926-1931
9 Sk-Sz
10 Strong, Leonard Alfred, 1923-1948
box folder
6 1 T-V
2 Vinal, Harold, 1923-1932
3 W-We
4 Walkup, Fairfax, 1926-1936
5 Weatherwax, John Martin, 1929
6 Welch, Marie de L., 1927-1934
7 Wh-Z
Subseries C. Third-Party Correspondence, 1923-1951
box folder
6 8 Unidentified; A-G
9 Bynner, Witter
10 H-L
11 M-S
12 T-Z

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Series III. Manuscripts Submitted to Palms, 1923-1928, nd

box folder
7 1 Unidentified; A-G
2 Benjamin, Isaac
3 Bynner, Witter
4 Flanner, Hildegarde
5 Gilbert, Warren
6 H-S
7 Hinton, Leonard
8 Lawrence, D.H.
9 T-Z
10 Welch, Marie de L.

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 Idella Purnell Stone Papers--Index of Correspondents 

Box and folder numbers are followed by a number in parentheses which indicates the number of items written by that person. A single item is indicated where there is no number in parentheses following the box and folder number. Where there is correspondence from Idella Purnell Stone, the number in parentheses is followed by the phrase "from Stone". So in the example

Abreu de la Torre, M.P.--1.4 (from Stone, in Spanish), 1.11 (2 in Spanish)

there is one letter from Stone, written in Spanish, in Box 1, Folder 4 and there are two letters from Abreu de la Torre, also written in Spanish, in Box 1, Folder 11.

  • Abreu de la Torre, M.P.--1.4 (from Stone in Spanish), 1.11 (2 in Spanish)
  • Alfred A. Knopf, Inc.--1.11
  • Allen, Albert H. (Albert Henry), 1875-1953--1.11 (3)
  • Allen, Devere, 1891-1955--1.4 (from Stone), 1.11 (3)
  • American News Company--6.8
  • Angell, James K.--1.11 (2)
  • Aquirre, Stephen E.--1.11
  • Arata, Oliver S.--6.8 (2)
  • Arnes, Lucille Perry--1.11
  • Arnes, Margaret Strong--1.11
  • Arnstein, Flora J.--1.11 (3)
  • Arzapalo, Sra.--1.4 (from Stone in Spanish)
  • Ashbrook, Harriette, 1898-1946--1.11
  • Atcheson, George, Jr.--1.11
  • Atkins, David, fl. 1924--6.8
  • Atlas (firm)--1.11 (4)
  • Aughiltree, Ruth Maxson, 1881-1934--1.11
  • August, S.G.--1.11
  • Auslander, Joseph, 1897- --1.4 (4 from Stone), 1.11 (4)
  • Bacon, Leonard, 1887-1954--1.12
  • Ballagh, Tom--1.12
  • Basave Fernandez del Valle, Agustin, 1923- --1.12
  • Basave, O— --1.12
  • Beattie, Priscilla--1.12 (2)
  • Bender, Albert M. (Albert Maurice), 1866-1941--1.4 (9 from Stone), 2.1 (32), 6.8 (4)
  • Bendon, Dorothe--See Van Ghent, Dorothy Bendon
  • Benét, Stephen Vincent, 1898-1943--1.12 (4)
  • Benjamin, Isaac--1.5 (27 from Stone), 2.2 (104), 6.8 (10)
  • Bennett, Dilys--1.12 (8), 6.8
  • Benson, Stella, 1892-1933--1.12 (2)
  • Bigelow, William F. (William Frederick), 1879-1966--1.12
  • Blackwell, E.S.--1.4 (from Stone)
  • Blake, Clifton E.--1.12 (2)
  • Block, Benjamin--1.12
  • Bogan, Louise, 1897-1970--1.12
  • Bond, George--1.12
  • Boner, Harold A.--1.12 (2)
  • Bontemps, Arna Wendell, 1902-1973--1.12
  • Bøttern, Anna Winchell--1.12 (4)
  • Braithwaite, William Stanley, 1878-1962--2.3 (2)
  • Brewer, Wheaton Hale--2.3 (10), 6.8
  • Brewer, William--2.3 (4)
  • Briggs, Margret Perkins--2.3
  • Briggs, — --1.4 (from Stone)
  • Brown, Sterling Allen, 1901- --2.3
  • Browne, Miss--1.4 (from Stone)
  • Brownell, Amanda Benjamin Hale--2.3 (3)
  • Brownell, Baker, 1887-1965--2.3
  • Brownell, Harriet A.--2.3
  • Bryant, Eric J.H.--2.3 (3)
  • Burgess, R.L.--2.3 (2)
  • Burnshaw, Stanley, 1906- --2.3 (10), 6.8 (3)
  • Burt, Maxwell Struthers, 1882-1954--2.3 (2)
  • Bynner, Witter, 1881-1968--1.6 (20 from Stone), 2.4-5 (217), 6.9 (30)
  • Callard, Annice--2.6
  • Campbell, Gladys--2.6
  • Campbell, Killis, 1872-1937--5.9 (enclosed with Lota Spell's letters to Stone)
  • Campbell, W.W. (William W.), 1853- --2.6 (2)
  • Carew, Harold David, 1890- --2.6
  • Carpenter, R., fl. 1923--2.6
  • Carroll, Ellen M.--2.6 (2)
  • Cartwright, Dorothy--2.6 (2)
  • Carver, Lois A.--6.8
  • Caskey, John Homer, 1895- --2.6 (3)
  • Castle, Ethelinda--2.6
  • Caughey, Mary-Lapsley--See Lapsley, Mary
  • Chapman, Charles Edward, 1880-1941--2.6 (2)
  • Charles Scribner's Sons--2.6
  • Chilton, Eleanor Carroll, 1898-1949--2.6 (4)
  • Christian Science Monitor--1.4 (from Stone)
  • Church, Peggy Pond, 1903- --2.6
  • Church, Thomas Dolliver--2.6
  • Cincinnati Times-Star--2.6
  • The Clarion Book Shop--1.4 (from Stone, reply note on front)
  • Clark, Caroline--2.6
  • Clark, Harlow--2.6 (11)
  • Claven, J. Francis--2.6
  • Cline, Leonard--6.8
  • Coates, Grace Stone, 1881-1976--2.6 (3)
  • Coatsworth, Elizabeth Jane, 1893- --2.6 (3)
  • Coblentz, Stanton Arthur, 1896- --2.6 (4)
  • Coffin, Robert P. Tristram (Robert Peter Tristram), 1892-1955--1.4 (from Stone), 2.6, 6.8
  • Collins, Alan Copeland, 1902- --2.6
  • Colton, Diane Whittier--2.6
  • Colum, Padraic, 1881-1972--2.6
  • Conant, Isabel Fiske, 1874- --2.6 (15)
  • Conant, Ethel Colby--1.4 (from Stone)
  • Conkling, Grace Walcott Hazard, 1878- --1.4 (from Stone), 2.6 (2), 6.8
  • Connick, Charles Jay, 1875- --2.6 (2)
  • Corning, Howard McKinley, 1896- --1.4 (from Stone), 2.6 (11)
  • The Cornwall Press (firm)--2.6
  • Cosand, Mariam--2.6
  • Cozzens, James Gould, 1903- --2.6 (2)
  • Crawford, — --1.4 (from Stone)
  • Crawshoy-Williams, Eliot, 1879- --2.6
  • Crowell, Norman Henry, 1873- --2.6
  • Cullen, Countee, 1903-1946--2.6 (21)
  • Cummings, Franklin--2.6 (2)
  • Curran, Pauline--2.6 (2)
  • Daly, James Jeremiah, 1872-1953--3.1 (9)
  • Damon, Bertha Clark--3.1
  • Dargan, Olive Tilford, 1869-1968--3.1 (2)
  • Dashiell, Nellie E.--3.1
  • Davidson, Donald, 1893-1968--3.1 (11)
  • Davis, H.L. (Harold Lenoir), 1896-1960--3.1 (2)
  • Davis, Julia Johnson--3.1 (2), 6.8
  • De Coundres, Rhea--3.1
  • De Ford, Miriam Allen, 1888-1975--3.1
  • De Jong, David Cornel, 1901- --3.1
  • Dennen, Grace Atherton, 1874- --3.1 (2)
  • Di Castagnola, Alice Fay--3.1 (2)
  • Digby, Kenelm--1.4 (from Stone)
  • Dillon, George, 1906-1968--3.1
  • Dodd, Mead & Company--3.1
  • Donoghue, Gerald T., 1906- --3.1
  • Dorr, Charles M.--3.1 (6)
  • The Double Dealer (firm)--3.1 (3)
  • Drachman, Julian M. (Julian Moses), 1894- --3.1 (2), 6.8
  • Dryden, Bridget--1.4 (from Stone)
  • Duff, Mary Lannan--3.1
  • Dugdale, Michael--6.8
  • Dunning, Ralph Cheever--3.1
  • Durant, Kenneth--3.1
  • Dwyne, Dudley G.--1.4 (from Stone)
  • Dykstra, Leslie--3.1 (3)
  • E.S. Parsons & Company (firm)--3.1
  • The Echo--3.1
  • Eddy, Rosamond--3.1 (2)
  • Edmonds Stevens Blue Network Co., Inc.--3.1
  • Edmonton, Martha--3.1 (2)
  • Elmendorf, Mary Johnson--3.1
  • Englehardt, George--3.1
  • Eroe, Ralph D.--3.1
  • Farrar, John, fl. 1923--3.2 (2)
  • Farrar, Mr.--1.4 (from Stone)
  • Faulkner, Helen--6.8 (2)
  • Faust, Henri--3.2 (2)
  • Ferguson, John Wesley--3.2 (2)
  • Ficke, Arthur Davison, 1883-1945--3.2 (5)
  • Field, Arthur F.--3.3 (20)
  • Field, Benjamin Franklin, 1868- --3.4 (15)
  • Field, Mildred Fowler--3.2 (5)
  • Finger, Charles Joseph, 1869-1941--3.2
  • Fitts, Norman--3.2 (2)
  • Flanner, Hildegarde, 1899- --1.4 (4 from Stone), 3.5 (52)
  • Flores, Angel, 1900- --1.4 (from Stone)
  • Foley, Blanche--3.2
  • Font, Leopoldo--3.2
  • Foote, Elvira--3.2 (6)
  • The Four Seasons Company, Inc.--6.8
  • Fox, Paul Hervey--3.2
  • Franklin, Minnie I.--3.2 (2)
  • Frederick, John--3.2
  • Friends of Haniel Long--1.4 (from Stone)
  • Friends of Witter Bynner--1.4 (from Stone)
  • Frost, Frances, 1905-1959--3.2
  • Fuller, Rex--3.2 (2)
  • Furmas, Marthedith, 1904- --3.2 (3)
  • Furness, Anita--3.2
  • Gaer, Joseph, 1897- --3.6
  • Garnett, Louise Ayers--3.6 (4)
  • Garnett, Porter, 1871-1951--3.6 (4)
  • Garrett, William--3.6 (3)
  • Garwood, Josephine--3.6
  • George H. Doran Company--3.6 (2)
  • Gerboulet, Joy--3.6
  • Gidlow, Elsa, 1898- --3.6 (4)
  • Gilbert, Warren--1.4 (from Stone), 3.7 (17)
  • Ginsberg, Louis, 1895-1976--6.8
  • Gleason, George Scott--3.6 (2)
  • Glenn, R.C.--3.6
  • Glines, Ellen--1.4 (from Stone), 3.8 (75)
  • Götzsche, Kai--3.6
  • Good Housekeeping--3.6 (3)
  • Gorelick, Max--3.6
  • Gormley, George--3.6
  • Gottschalk, Louis Reichenthal, 1899-1975--3.6
  • Grakowsky, David--1.4 (from Stone), 3.6 (3)
  • Grannell, Frieda--3.6 (2)
  • Grays Harbor Publishing--6.8
  • Greenhood, David--1.4 (2 from Stone), 3.9 (49), 6.8
  • Grierson, Samuel--3.6
  • Griffith, William--3.6 (3)
  • Guiterman, Arthur--3.6 (3), 6.8
  • Hafen, Ann W. (Ann Woodbury), 1893-1970--6.7 (9)
  • Hall, Maude Manuell--3.10
  • Halla, Sven--3.10 (2)
  • Halloway, Roberta--3.10
  • Hamilton, Anne--3.10 (3)
  • Handforth, Ruby S.--3.10
  • Handforth, Thomas, 1897-1948--1.7 (2 from Stone), 3.10 (2), 6.10 (2)
  • Hanline, Maurice A.--6.10 (2)
  • Harcourt, Brace and Co., Inc.--3.10
  • The Harp--3.10
  • Harper's Bazaar--3.10
  • Harris, William Edward, 1896- --1.7 (from Stone), 3.10 (2)
  • Harrison, Henry--1.7 (from Stone)
  • Harrison, Shea--6.10
  • Hart, Alfred G.B.--3.10 (2)
  • Haste, Gwendolen--3.10 (4), 6.10
  • Hebard, Margaret--3.10
  • Henderson, Daniel--3.10 (4)
  • Henry, Alice, 1906- --3.10 (2)
  • Herrara, A.L.--6.10
  • Herzberg, Max J. (Max John), 1886- --3.10
  • Hill, Marion Luter--3.10
  • Hinton, Leonard--1.7 (2 from Stone), 4.1 (42), 6.10 (8)
  • Hinton, Leonard, Mrs.--1.7 (from Stone)
  • Holberg, Ruth Langland, 1889-1984--3.10
  • Holling, Holling Clancy--3.10 (3)
  • Holloway, Roberta, 1902-1978--3.10
  • Holmes, John Albert, Jr., 1904-1962--1.7 (from Stone), 4.2 (18)
  • Holms, Heather and Percy A.--1.7 (from Stone)
  • Horgan, Paul, 1903- --3.10 (6)
  • Houser, Lowell--3.10 (5), 6.10
  • Howard, Helene P.--3.10 (2)
  • Howe, Marshall V.--3.10 (3)
  • Howells, Mary--3.10 (2)
  • Hoyt, Helen, 1887- --3.10 (3)
  • Hubbell, Jay B. (Jay Broadus), 1885-1979--3.10
  • Hughes, Langston, 1902-1967--3.10 (3)
  • Hutchinson, Percy Adams--1.7 (from Stone), 3.10
  • Jackson, Jessica--3.10
  • Jacobs, Esther--1.7 (from Stone)
  • Jeffers, Robinson, 1887-1962--4.3
  • Jeffers, Una, 1884 or 1885-1950--4.3
  • Jenkins, Oliver--4.3 (2)
  • John, Cecil--4.3 (2)
  • Johns, — --4.3
  • Johnson, Josephine Winslow, 1910- --4.3 (4)
  • Johnson, Spud--See Johnson, Walter Willard
  • Johnson, Walter Willard, 1897-1968--4.4 (64)
  • Johnston, Winifred--4.3 (2)
  • Joyce, Lilian Elwyn Elliot, 1884- --4.3
  • Kafka, Henry H.--6.10
  • Kahn, Otto Hermann, 1867-1934--6.10
  • Kahn's Book & Picture Store--6.10
  • Kantor, MacKinlay, 1904- --4.3
  • Katz, Adaline J.--4.3 (10)
  • Kearns, — --1.7 (from Stone)
  • Keeble, John Bell, Mrs.--6.10
  • Kiang, Kang-hu, 1883- --4.3 (2)
  • Kidd, Walter Evans--1.7 (3 from Stone), 4.3 (7)
  • Kieley, J.J.--1.7 (from Stone)
  • King, Katherine M.--4.3
  • King, Vernon Rupert--4.3 (2)
  • Kirk, Richard Ray, 1877- --4.3 (3)
  • Knopf, Blanche W., 1894-1966--1.7 (2 from Stone)
  • Krestan, A.M.--4.3 (2)
  • Kruger, Dorothy--4.3
  • Kyomen, Maki--4.3
  • Laidlow, Harriet Burton, 1874- --1.7 (from Stone), 4.5 (3)
  • Laidlow, Louise Burton--4.5 (6)
  • Laing, Alexander, 1903- --1.7 (4 from Stone), 4.6 (30), 6.10 (2)
  • Lane, Kenneth, 1893-1954--4.5
  • Lanham, C.T. (Charles Trueman), 1902- --4.5, 6.10
  • Lapsley, Mary, 1900- --2.6
  • Larkin, Margaret, 1899-1967--4.5
  • Lattimore, Richmond Alexander, 1906- --4.5
  • Lawrence, D.H. (David Herbert), 1885-1930--4.7 (17), 6.10 (4)
  • Lawrence, Frieda von Richthofen, 1879-1956--4.5 (2)
  • Lawson, David, 1927- --4.5
  • Lawton, Alice May--4.5
  • Leach, A.W.--4.5 (2)
  • Lechlitner, Ruth, 1901- --4.5 (3), 6.10
  • Le Clercq, Jacques Georges Clemenceau, 1898-1972--4.5 (3)
  • Lee, Katherine--4.5
  • Lee, Muna, 1859-1965--4.5 (3)
  • Lench, William Herman, 1888- --4.5 (2), 6.10 (3)
  • Leuba, Walter, 1902- --4.5 (3)
  • Lewis, May--4.5
  • The Librarian--1.7 (from Stone)
  • Library of Congress--1.7 (from Stone), 6.10 (3)
  • Lilley, George S.--4.5
  • Lindsay, Elizabeth Conner, 1901-1954--1.8 (18 from Stone), 4.8 (29), 6.10 (3)
  • Lindsay Vachel, 1879-1931--1.7 (4 from Stone), 4.9 (5), 6.10 (7), oversize folder 1
  • Linea Ward (firm)--6.10
  • Linn, Edith Willis, 1865- --4.5
  • Linton, Ralph, 1893-1953--4.5 (5)
  • Litwin, Joseph--6.10
  • Loftus, John--4.5 (3)
  • Long, Alice--4.5
  • Long, Haniel, 1888-1956--4.10 (33), 6.10
  • Love, Robertus--4.5, 6.10 (2)
  • Lovelt, Robert M.--6.10
  • Lowe, Robert Liddell, 1908- --4.5 (5), 6.10
  • Luhan, Mabel Dodge, 1879-1962--1.7 (from Stone), 4.5 (10)
  • Luke, Keye, 1904- --6.10
  • Lyman, Jack--4.5 (2)
  • Mackey, Margaret Gilbert, 1902- --1.9 (from Stone), 5.1 (13)
  • Maclean, Norman, 1902- --4.11 (3), 6.11 (4)
  • Macleod, Le Roy, 1893- --4.11 (4)
  • Macleod, Norman, 1906- --4.11
  • Mann, Dorothea Lawrence--4.11
  • Mansfield, Margery--1.9 (from Stone)
  • Maring, Helen--4.11
  • Markham, Anna Catherine, 1859-1938--4.11 (7), 6.11
  • Mason, Daniel Gregory, 1873-1953--6.11 (3)
  • Mayhew, Joyce--1.9 (from Stone), 4.11 (5), 6.11
  • McConnico, A.J.--4.11 (2)
  • McDonald, Marjorie--4.11
  • McGinnis, John H.--4.11
  • McGurrin, Buckley--1.9 (from Stone)
  • McNaught, Rosamond (Livingston)--4.11
  • McPeek, James A.S. (James Andrew Scarborough)--4.11 (4), 6.11
  • McVickar, Dorothy--4.11
  • Meeker, Marjorie--4.11
  • Megroz, R.L. (Rodolphe Louise), 1891- --4.11
  • Merrian, Harold Guy, 1883- --4.11
  • The Mexican American--4.11 (3)
  • Middleton, Scudder--5.2 (3)
  • Mirick, Edith Browne--1.9 (from Stone), 5.2 (2)
  • Mistral, Gabriela, 1889-1957--1.9 (from Stone), 5.2 (2)
  • Mitchell, Anne Virginia--5.2
  • Monhoff, Frederick--5.2 (3)
  • Monroe, Harriet, 1860-1936--1.9 (2 from Stone), 5.2 (18)
  • Montgomery, Roselle Mercier--5.2
  • Moore, Catherine A.--5.2 (3)
  • Moore, Merrill, 1903-1957--5.2
  • Moore, Virginia, 1903- --5.2
  • Moreland, John Richard, 1880- --5.2 (2)
  • Morely, Elizabeth H.--5.2 (2)
  • Morely, Sylvanus Griswold, 1883-1948--1.9 (from Stone)
  • Morril, Jane--5.2
  • Morrow, Elizabeth Cutter, 1873-1955--1.9 (2 from Stone), 5.2 (4)
  • Mosser, Marion A.--5.2
  • Moult, Thomas--5.2
  • Murry, John Middleton, 1889-1959--6.11
  • Musser, Benjamin Francis, 1889-1951--5.2
  • Myers, Alice--1.9 (from Stone)
  • Neff, Priscilla--5.3
  • Nehls, Edward--5.3 (5)
  • Nethercott, Arthur Hobart--1.9 (from Stone), 5.3 (12)
  • The Newark Evening News--6.11 (2)
  • Nicholas, Elmer--1.10 (13 from Stone), 5.3 (12)
  • Nicholas, Norah--5.3
  • Nicholas, Robert Malise Bowyer, 1893-1944--1.9 (from Stone), 5.3 (3)
  • Norcross, Ellinor L.--5.3 (3)
  • Oliver, Wade W. (Wade Wright), 1890- --5.3 (2)
  • Oliver, William Ellwell--5.3
  • Olson, Elder, 1909- --5.3
  • Olson, Ted, fl. 1929--5.3
  • Orkinson, Virginia--5.3 (3)
  • Owens, Hamilton, 1888-1967--5.3
  • Page, Curtis Hidden, 1870-1946--5.4 (2)
  • Paine, Ann Miller--6.11
  • Palms--6.11
  • Pan Pacific Progress--5.4
  • Panelle, Michael Anthony--1.9 (from Stone)
  • Paterson, Vernon--1.9 (from Stone), 5.4 (7)
  • Payne, George M.--5.4
  • Pearson's Magazine (London, England)--5.4
  • Percy, William Alexander, 1885-1942--5.4 (2)
  • Perry, Irvin David, 1870- --5.4
  • Peterson, E.L.--5.4 (3)
  • Petterson, Ames--5.4 (4)
  • Pharian, Henry--6.11 (2)
  • Piper, Edwin Ford, 1871-1939--5.4
  • Piser, Harold Palmer--5.4 (2)
  • Poetry--5.4 (3)
  • The Poetry Society of America--5.4
  • Poetry World (London, England)--5.4
  • Porter, Bruce--6.11
  • Pound, Ezra, 1885-1972--5.4 (5)
  • Preller, Harry F.--5.4 (3)
  • Prideaux, Tom--5.4 (2)
  • Priestley, Herbert Ingram, 1875-1944--5.4 (4)
  • Purnell, G.E.--1.9 (from Stone)
  • Rafflelock, David--5.5 (2)
  • Rakosi, Carl, 1903- --5.5 (5)
  • Ramirez, C. Margarito--1.9 (from Stone in Spanish)
  • Ramos, Francis--5.5
  • Ransom, John Crowe, 1888-1974--5.5
  • Raphael, Ruth--5.5
  • Ray, George--1.9 (from Stone)
  • Raymond, Bernard--5.5 (2)
  • Reed, Mary Davis--5.5 (3)
  • Reid, Dorothy E.--5.5 (3)
  • Reinesy, L. Bernard--5.5
  • Renaud, Floria--5.5
  • Rich, H. Thompson (Harold Thompson), 1893- --5.5 (2), 6.11 (2)
  • Ridge, Lola, 1883-1941--1.9 (from Stone), 5.6 (16)
  • Riding, Laura, 1901- --5.5 (11)
  • Ries, Maurice, 1907-1986--5.5 (2)
  • Riggs, Lynn, 1899-1954--5.5 (7)
  • Rittenhouse, Jessie Belle, 1869-1948--5.5 (5)
  • Ritter, Margaret Tod--5.5 (2)
  • Robertson, Lexie Dean, 1893- --5.5
  • Robinson, Henry Morton, 1898-1961--5.5 (2)
  • Robinson, Lucy M.C.--5.5
  • Ronan, J.J.--5.5 (5)
  • Rorty, James, 1890-1973--5.5 (3), 6.11 (2)
  • Rosenbaum, Benjamin--5.5 (4)
  • Rosenthal, Albert A.--5.5 (3)
  • Rowland, Martha Keller--5.5
  • Rutledge, Archibald Hamilton, 1883-1973--1.9 (from Stone), 5.5
  • Ryan, Kathryn White--5.5 (4)
  • Salbitano, Louis--5.7
  • Sampson, Harriet--5.7
  • Samsel, Helen Emma Maring--5.7
  • Sandburg, Carl, 1878-1967--1.9 (from Stone)
  • Sanders, Alice--5.7, 6.11
  • Sandys, Ottys E.--5.7 (5)
  • Sarett, Lew, 1888-1954--5.7 (3)
  • Sather Gate Bookshop--1.9 (from Stone)
  • Savage, Alma Helen, 1900- --5.7
  • Schact, Marshall--5.7
  • Schauffler, Robert Haven, 1879-1964--5.7 (2)
  • Schlick, Robert von--6.11
  • Scott, Marjorie J.--5.7
  • Scott, Winfield--5.7 (2)
  • Scott-Body, Winifred--5.7, 6.11
  • Seagrave, Sadie, 1882- --5.7
  • Seaman, Louise Hunting, 1894- --5.7
  • Seattle Public Library--5.7
  • Seiffert, Marjorie Allen, 1885-1970--5.7 (7)
  • Sein, Herberto M.--5.7 (4)
  • Seman, Audrey Mae--5.7
  • Seulitrinic, Jacinto--5.7
  • Shannon, Monica--5.7 (2), 6.7
  • Shaw, Dorothy Scott--5.7
  • Shippey, Lee, 1884- --1.9 (from Stone), 5.8 (16), 6.11 (3)
  • Shippey, Madelon--5.7
  • Simon, Clara--5.7
  • Simon, Hazel Hartnell--6.11
  • Simons, Hi--5.7 (2)
  • Simpson, Ruth Clay Price--5.7
  • Sinclair, Upton, 1878-1968--5.7 (4), 6.11
  • Skavlan, Margaret--5.9
  • Skinner, Constance Lindsay, 1882-1939--5.9
  • Smith, Glanville Wynkoop, 1901- --5.9 (2)
  • Souter, William, 1898-1943--5.9 (6), 6.11 (2)
  • South, Charles D.--6.11
  • Southwest Review--5.9
  • Spell, Lota May Harrington, 1885-1972--5.9 (3)
  • Spencer, Lilian White--5.9 (6)
  • Spencer, W.E.--5.9
  • Sperber, ____--1.9 (from Stone)
  • Speyer, Leonora, 1872-1956--5.9
  • Spohn, Howard L.--6.11
  • Squier, Emma Linday--1.9 (from Stone), 5.9 (5), 6.11
  • Starr-Hunt, Jack--1.9 (from Stone)
  • Starrett, Vincent, 1886-1974--6.11 (2)
  • Stayton, John William, 1874- --5.9
  • Sterling, George, 1869-1926--5.9 (2)
  • Stewart, Ellsworth R.--5.9 (10)
  • Stillman, Mildred Whitney--1.9 (from Stone), 5.9 (6)
  • Stone, Phil St. John--5.9 (5)
  • Stork, Charles Wharton, 1881- --5.9
  • Strong, L.A.G. (Leonard Alfred George), 1896-1958--1.9 (2 from Stone), 5.10 (14), 6.11
  • Sutton, Anne Newman--5.9
  • Swarthmore Chautauqua Association--6.11
  • Swartz, Roberta Teale--5.9 (2), 6.11
  • Swett, Margery--5.9 (5)
  • Taggard, Genevieve, 1894-1948--1.9 (from Stone), 6.1 (2)
  • Tate, Allen, 1899- --1.9 (from Stone), 6.1 (6)
  • Ten Hoor, F.--6.1
  • Tewson, William Orton, 1877-1947--6.1 (2)
  • Thomas, Elisabeth--6.1
  • Thomas, Elizabeth C.--6.1
  • Thompson, Roy T.--6.1 (2)
  • Tietjens, Eunice Hammond, 1884- --6.1
  • The Times Publishing Co. (firm)--6.12
  • Todahl, Margery A.--6.1
  • Torrence, Ridgely, 1875-1950--6.1 (3)
  • Trever, Clayton L.--6.1, 6.12
  • Tucker, Kate Marion--6.12
  • Tunstall, Virginia Hunter Lyne--6.1 (2)
  • University of Chicago Poetry Club--1.9 (from Stone)
  • Untermeyer, Louis, 1885-1977--6.1 (2)
  • Valiton, Hazel--6.1 (8)
  • Van Doren, Irita Taylor, 1891-1966--6.1, 6.12
  • Van Doren, Mark, 1894-1972--6.1 (7)
  • Van Ghent, Dorothy Bendon--6.8
  • Van Slyke, Berenice--6.1
  • Velázquez Bringo, Esperanza--6.1
  • Viereck, George Sylvester, 1884-1962--6.1
  • Vinal, Harold, 1891- --1.9 (2 from Stone), 6.2 (30)
  • Vogenitz, Hernan C.--6.1
  • Voss, H.W., Mrs.--6.1
  • Wagner, Charles Abraham, 1899- --6.3 (2)
  • Wagstaff, Blanche Shoemaker, 1888- --6.3
  • Walker, D.--6.3
  • Walker, Roberts--6.12
  • Walker, Ryan, 1870- --6.3
  • Walkup, Fairfax (Proudfit), 1887- --6.4 (21)
  • Walton, Eda Lou, 1894-1961--6.3 (13), 6.12
  • Wang, Chi-Chen, 1899- --6.3 (3)
  • Ward, May Williams--6.3
  • Wardlaw, Mary Hoge--6.3
  • Weatherwax, John Martin, 1900- --1.9 (9 from Stone), 6.5 (16), 6.12 (4)
  • Weddell, Alexander Wilbourne, 1876-1948--6.3
  • Welch, Marie de L. (Marie de Laveaga), 1905-1974--1.9 (3 from Stone), 6.6 (17), 6.12
  • Werdemann, Audrey--6.3
  • Werenberg, Alice Bidwell--6.12
  • Wertheim, Diane H.--6.3
  • Wetjen, Albert Richard, 1900- --6.3
  • Wheelock, John Hall, 1886-1978--6.7
  • Whitcomb, Edna Osbourne--6.7
  • White, Samuel Alexander, 1885-1956--6.7
  • White, Walter--6.7
  • Wiley, Arthur S.--6.7
  • Williams, Walter--6.12
  • Williams, William Carlos, 1883-1963--6.7
  • Wilson, Lilian M.--6.7
  • Wing, Monica Shannon--See Shannon, Monica
  • Woodbury, Ann--See Hafen, Ann W.
  • Woofter, Cary--6.12
  • Wright, J. Ernest T. (John Ernest Thorrington), 1894- --6.7
  • Young, Frank Kenneth--6.7
  • Young, Ruth Comfort Mitchell--6.7
  • Yust, Walter, 1894- --6.7 (3)
  • Zalinksy, Henry--6.7
  • Zaturenska, Marya, 1902- --6.7
  • Zeiss, R. Roy--6.7
  • Zukofsky, Louis, 1904-1978--6.7, 6.12
  • Zuno Hernandez, José Guadalupe, 1891- --1.9 (2 from Stone), 6.7 (6 in Spanish)

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 Idella P. Stone Papers--Index of Works 

All works located in folder 1.1.

Idella Purnell Stone Papers--Index of Manuscripts Submitted to Palms

  • Application to the Guggenheim Memorial Foundation
  • Autobiographical sketch
  • Come to Mexico this Winter!
  • D.H. Lawrence at Chapala
  • D.H. Lawrence Revises Some Poems
  • Editorial During Revolution
  • For an Eight-Month Baby
  • "It isn't psychological..."
  • Letter to Friends of Palms
  • Review of Birds, Beasts and Flowers by D.H. Lawrence
  • Review of These Coloured Balls by Isabel Fiske Conart
  • To Joseph Auslander on His Thirty-second Birthday
  • Translation of Diaz Miron by Agustin Basave
  • Two Worlds
  • Untitled defense of Harriet Monroe
  • Untitled plea for aid to poetry magazines
  • Why Poetry Magazines are Dull
  • You May Not be Rich Enough
  • Unidentified authors
    • Boy Drowned--7.1
    • Desirée Gives Herself to God--7.1
    • If Certain Things--7.1
    • Immortelle--7.1 [on verso of Song Before Dissolution]
    • In My Youth--7.1
    • "My dearest Miss Purnell, I see..."--7.1
    • Note on Caprice by Dorothy Stott Shaw--7.1
    • Song Before Dissolution--7.1
    • Your Book, Haniel--7.1
  • Auslander, Joseph
    • Letter to Emily Dickinson--7.1
  • Benjamin, Isaac
    • Afterwards--7.2
    • Ailoo the Comforter--7.2
    • Cripple--7.2
    • In Dreams--7.2
    • Grave--7.2
    • The Hills--7.2
    • "Ho for an isle and a sanded shore..."--7.2
    • "I passed another mile along life's way..."--7.2
    • In Memoriam--7.2
    • Old Violin--7.2
    • A Portrait--7.2
    • Rest--7.2
    • "A rose lay all withered on a bush..."--7.2
    • Serenade--7.2
    • To a Resting Dancer--7.2
    • Tour Notes--7.2
    • Two Songs for the Unattainable--7.2
    • "Up from a meadow blessed with sun..."--7.2
  • Bennett, Dilys
    • Apostrophe to the Poet--7.1
    • Growing Up--7.1
    • "What God may signify..."--7.1
  • Brewer, Wheaton Hale
    • A Lost Soul--7.1
  • Bynner, Witter; see also Li, Po; see also Liu, Chang-ch'ing
    • Chapala--7.3
    • Dans Cette Galere--7.3
    • A Days Works--7.3
    • Earth-balm--7.3
    • Following--7.3
    • "Hear the discourse and see the foreheads nod..."--7.3
    • "If them lips cd only spk..."--7.3
    • "The ink of a sea-cherub..."--7.3
    • Men of Mescala--7.3
    • Miracle--7.3
    • Moonlight Rain--7.3
    • My Olden Lover--7.3
    • On a September Road--7.3
    • On Teaching the Young Laurel to shoot--7.3
    • Palms Perspective (advertisement for Palms)--7.3
    • Remembering Chapala--7.3
    • Rose--7.3
    • La Serenata--7.3
    • Sitting Alone in My Study-window by the Pepper-tree--7.3
    • The Story of the Spectric School of Poetry--7.3
    • They are Even Greek in Mexico--7.3
    • Title and names on cartoon by Wyncie King--7.3
    • To a Friend Left Behind in Chapala--7.3
    • To the Unknown God--7.3
    • Two Sonnets on Felicity--7.3
    • W. Bynner's views on JMW--7.3
    • Why Live on Written Words?--7.3
  • Carver, Lois A.
    • Things--6.8
  • Coffin, Robert P.
    • Crystal--6.8
    • The Dirigibles--6.8
    • The Heron--6.8
    • Landowska Plays the Harpsichord--6.8
  • Conant, Isabel Fiske
    • A. Lowell...A. Keats--7.1
  • Daly, James Jeremiah
    • Bird of Fire--7.1
    • To Delilah in a Garden--7.1
    • An Orchard--7.1
    • To a Poet--7.1
  • Davidson, Donald
    • Burrow's Woods--7.1
    • Resumé--7.1
  • Dorr, Charles M.
    • To Idella Prunell--7.1
  • Flanner, Hildegarde
    • 12 O'clock Freight--7.4
    • Astronomer's Clock (beneath Mt. Wilson Observatory)--7.4
    • Deep Harvest--7.4
    • "Extend the circle about thee and me..."---7.4
    • High Stream's End--7.4
    • Hill over Rincon--7.4
    • January Orchard--7.4
    • "Now can you tell me why a narrow chill..."--7.4
    • Offering to Antique--7.4
    • Prayer for this Day--7.4
    • Rattlesnake--7.4
    • Spring's on the Curb--7.4
    • This Land is America--7.4
    • "The unearthly hills of San Simeone..."--7.4
    • A Way to Know--7.4
    • "Who plucks a branch of dogwood..."--7.4
  • Foote, Elvira
    • Divorce--7.1
  • Gilbert, Warren
    • Adventure--7.5
    • An Avowal--7.5
    • The Balance Sheet--7.5
    • The Bath--7.5
    • The Bohemian--7.5
    • Brotherly Advice--7.5
    • Candor--7.5
    • A Child of God--7.5
    • Death in a Hospital--7.5
    • Dream Women--7.5
    • The Fallen People--7.5
    • The Flower--7.5
    • Forest Lawn--7.5
    • The Hole in my Pocket--7.5
    • Nonsense--7.5
    • Phyllis--7.5
    • Pollen--7.5
    • A Prayer for Privacy--7.5
    • A Prayer for Puritans--7.5
    • Queen Dido--7.5
    • Rain ("A rotten day, a raw March rain...")--7.5
    • Rain ("When the soft rain...")--7.5
    • Seven Years--7.5
    • A Symposium--7.5
    • To the Reader--7.5
    • The Under Side--7.5
    • The Unreconciled Highbrow--7.5
    • The Virgin--7.5
    • Wake, Lover, Wake--7.5
    • When She was Gone--7.5
    • A Witty New Restoration Ballad--7.5
  • Glines, Ellen
    • Anesthetic--7.1
    • At a Grave: The Ingrate--7.1
    • Elaine goes to Camelot: Two Sonnets--7.1
    • Galileo: Three Sonnets--7.1
    • Kiss--7.1
    • The Mistress of the Inn--7.1
    • No Roses--7.1
    • Souvenir--7.1
    • "There was a bitter thing to do..."--7.1
  • Greenhood, David
    • Afterdream--7.1
    • A Little Odyssey--7.1
    • Maybird to Fallen Aviator--7.1
  • Handforth, Thomas
    • Cover designs for Palms--7.6
  • Hansen, Lowell
    • Leavetaking--7.6
  • Hartsock, Ernest
    • Formula--7.6
    • Shadow Boxer--7.6
  • Hinton, Leonard
    • Christmas trees--7.7
    • Cohassett Dunes--7.7
    • Confession--7.7
    • The Dream--7.7
    • Fantasy--7.7
    • God's Gone!--7.7
    • If Certain Things— --7.7
    • If I Could Rest--7.7
    • One Tramp Goes by--7.7
    • Picaro--7.7
    • A Poet to Dead Poets--7.7
    • Quatrains:
      • Epitaph--7.7
      • For a New Year--7.7
      • For a Poet--7.7
      • Impotence--7.7
      • Prayer--7.7
    • Queen's Sermon--7.7
    • Services Ashore for Jesus Peterson--7.7
    • Snail's Way--7.7
    • A Song for Weariness--7.7
    • To One Going Forth--7.7
    • To Whom It May Concern--7.7
    • Tribute--7.7
    • When the Town Sleeps--7.7
    • You that Are Afraid--7.7
  • Holmes, John Albert
    • In this Moment--7.6
    • Knowing What I Know--7.6
    • Tufts Class Poem, 1929--7.6
    • Words of my Own--7.6
  • Horgan, Paul
    • "In evening livened in the cloistered spaces..."--7.6
    • Interludium in Modo Antico--7.6
  • Lattimore, Richmond Alexander
    • Song in Spring--7.6
  • Lawrence, D. H.
    • A Britisher has a word with Harriett [sic] Monroe---7.8
    • Next Day (by D.H. Lawrence and Ida Purnell)--7.8
    • Obsequial Ode--7.8
    • Prophet by a Lake (by D.H. Lawrence and Ida Purnell)--7.8
  • Li, Po
    • Parting at a Wine-shop in Chin-Ling (translation by Witter Bynner and Kiang Kang-hu)--7.6
    • On hearing a Flute at Night on the Wall of Shou-hsiang (translation by Witter Bynner and Kiang Kang-hu)--7.6
  • Lindsay, Vachel
    • The Mohawk in the Sky--7.6
    • The Parallel Between Short Stories and Poems--7.6
  • Liu, Chang-ch'ing
    • A Farewell to a Buddhist Monk (translation by Witter Bynner and Kiang Kang-hu)--7.6
    • On seeing Wang Shih-yi, the Eleventh Born, Leave for the South (translation by Witter Bynner and Kiang Kang-hu)--7.6
  • Luhan, Mabel Dodge
    • Change of Life. Intimation--7.6
    • Change of Life. Transition--7.6
  • Mayhew, Joyce
    • Ulysses Revisits Crete--7.6
  • Murry, John Middleton
    • Poetry and Philosophy--7.6
  • Palms
    • Cover sketches by various artists--7.6
  • Peach, Arthur Wallace
    • Distance--7.6
  • Perry, Irvin David
    • To Idella Purnell (after reading her poems in the 1924 anthology)--7.6
  • Reid, Dorothy E.
    • Madonna not by Raphael--7.6
  • Riddell, Wally
    • To Our Guest of the Evening--7.6
  • Ridge, Lola
    • Pain--7.6
  • Robinson, Lucy M.C.
    • April Heart--7.6
  • Salbitano, Louis
    • La Ballerina--7.6
  • Seccomge, Anne
    • Whimsey--7.6
  • Skavlan, Margaret
    • Third Love--7.6
  • Skinner, Constance Lindsay
    • Autobiographical sketch--7.6
  • Smith, Glanville Wynkoop
    • Two Railroad Blues
      • "Stamford Local Blues"--7.6
      • "Freight-house Blues"--7.6
  • South, Charles D.
    • New School of Poetry--7.6
  • Stahl, —
    • Illustration for Palms--7.6
  • Strong, Leonard Alfred George
    • Poetry and the Intellect--7.6
  • Trent, Lucia
    • Dropped Wings--7.9
  • Tuckerman, Frederick Goddard
    • Two Lyrics:
      • Margites--7.9
      • Refrigerium--7.9
  • Valiton, Hazel
    • "If I had a million dollars..."--7.9
  • Van Doren, Mark
    • Advice before Marriage--7.9
    • Married Songs--7.9
    • Memorial--7.9
    • Partitions--7.9
    • Report of Angels--7.9
    • To a Friend Hesitating before a Change--7.9
  • Wang, Chi-Chen
    • Introduction to the Dream of the Red Chamber--7.9
  • Webster, Paul
    • Trilogy--7.9
  • Welch, Marie de Laveaga
    • Almond Blossoms--7.10
    • Artist--7.10
    • Awaking--7.10
    • Camping--7.10
    • Capture--7.10
    • Cliff--7.10
    • Dead Butterfly--7.10
    • End of Love--7.10
    • A Farewell to a Friend--7.10
    • For a Loud Alien Voice--7.10
    • Fountain--7.10
    • From Japan--7.10
    • Funeral Oration--7.10
    • Glimpse--7.10
    • Grief--7.10
    • Hokku--7.10
    • Iris--7.10
    • Kind People--7.10
    • Last Journey--7.10
    • Last Letter--7.10
    • Laughter--7.10
    • Legend--7.10
    • Lost Farm--7.10
    • Lovers--7.10
    • Man with Knife--7.10
    • Mist--7.10
    • Moral--7.10
    • Not Farewell--7.10
    • Nothing is Lost--7.10
    • Ocean--7.10
    • Old Men--7.10
    • Only this Counsel--7.10
    • Opium--7.10
    • Pale Lady--7.10
    • Plum Blossom--7.10
    • Poet: "May Spring's first white rain..."--7.10
    • Poet: "Thoughts are wounds in me..."--7.10
    • Portrait Photography--7.10
    • Prayer--7.10
    • Question--7.10
    • Rood of Cedar--7.10
    • Salt Roots (San Francisco)--7.10
    • Sea Gods--7.10
    • Sea Prayer--7.10
    • Search--7.10
    • Serenade--7.10
    • Shadow of Sorrow--7.10
    • Shadows--7.10
    • Shame--7.10
    • Smile--7.10
    • Song Requested--7.10
    • Strange--7.10
    • Tanka--7.10
    • Thought--7.10
    • Tigers--7.10
    • Travel--7.10
    • To a Friend - in Autumn--7.10
    • Warrior--7.10
    • Watches--7.10
    • Wings--7.10
    • Young Listeners--7.10
  • White, Walter Francis
    • The Negro Renaissance--7.9
  • The Writer
    • Announcement of the Walter Clare Martin Award--7.9

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