University of Texas, Harry Ransom Humanities Research Center

Miller Williams:

An Inventory of His Papers at the Harry Ransom Center



Creator: Williams, Miller, 1930-2015
Title: Miller Williams Papers
Dates: 1930-2014
Abstract: The Miller Williams papers were created between the years 1930 and 2014 and include correspondence, manuscripts, photographs, proofs, diaries, clippings, and printed material belonging to the American poet, translator, editor, and teacher Miller Williams.
Call Number: Manuscript Collection MS-05352
Extent: 30 document boxes (12.5 linear feet), 10 oversize boxes (osb), 4 oversize folders (osf)
Language: English, French, German, Italian, Russian, and Spanish
Repository: The University of Texas at Austin, Harry Ransom Center

Biographical Sketch

Stanley Miller Williams was born in Hoxey, Arkansas, on 8 April 1930, to Ernest B. Williams, a Methodist preacher, and his wife Ann Jeanette Miller Williams. The Williams family's peregrinations led them to move four times before Miller's graduation from high school at Fort Smith in 1947. Despite an early interest in literature and languages he majored in the life sciences in college and earned a BS in biology from Arkansas State College in 1951, the year of his marriage to Lucille Day.

Continuing his studies in the life sciences, Williams received a master's degree in zoology from the University of Arkansas in 1953. Over the next decade he taught biology at the college level as the young family grew to include three children, the eldest of whom was Lucinda, a future singer and songwriter.

Despite his continuing to teach college-level biology Williams' interest in literature—particularly poetry—remained alive, and in 1962 with the memorable assistance of Flannery O'Connor he obtained a position in the writing program of the English Department at Louisiana State University (LSU). The increasing recognition of Miller Williams during this period included an Amy Lowell Fellowship that permitted him to teach in Chile in the 1963/64 school year. The Chilean sojourn led to Williams' acquaintance with Nicanor Parra and to his well-received English translations of Parra's Poems and Antipoems, published in 1967.

The LSU post was followed in 1966 by his joining the faculty of Loyola University in New Orleans. At Loyola he founded and served as first editor of the New Orleans Review. During this period Williams published the first collections of his own poems, as well as co-editing (with John William Corrington) the two volumes of the anthology Southern Writing in the Sixties.

Miller and Lucie Williams divorced in the mid-1960s, and Miller married Rebecca Jordan Hall in 1969. The following year he returned to the University of Arkansas, joining the graduate program in creative writing in the English Department. The decade of the seventies was a busy one for Williams as he spent much of 1970 in Mexico City as a Fulbright professor at the national university, along with publishing two major collections of his own poetry, and editing an anthology, Contemporary Poetry in America. Largely due to Williams' urging, the University of Arkansas added a Master of Fine Arts in Translation program to its catalog in 1978.

Two works produced by Miller Williams in the early 1980s resulted in part from his residence at the American Academy in Rome in the 1976/77 academic year. These were his translations of Sonnets of Giuseppe Belli (1981) and A Roman Collection: Stories, Poems, and Other Good Pieces by the Writing Residents of the American Academy in Rome (1980). Later in the decade, Patterns of Poetry: an Encyclopedia of Forms (1986) appeared and subsequently became a standard reference. One of the four collections of his own poetry Williams published in the 1980s, Living on the Surface (1989), received the Poets' Prize for 1990.

The decade of the 1990s saw Miller Williams publish Adjusting to the Light, Points of Departure, The Ways We Touch, and Some Jazz a While. Continuing public recognition of Williams as a poet was demonstrated by his receiving the John William Corrington Award for Literary Excellence (1994) and the National Arts Award (1997). This acknowledgement was underscored by his being asked by President Bill Clinton to read a poem at his 1997 presidential inauguration. In 1997 Williams stepped down as director of the University of Arkansas Press after nearly two decades of service to that press, which he had helped found in 1980.

Miller Williams published Lives of Kelvin Fletcher, his only work of prose fiction in 2002, not long before his 2003 retirement. Making a Poem: Some Thoughts About Poetry and the People Who Write It, appeared in 2006, followed in 2008 by a collection of poems entitled Time and the Tilting Earth. At a 2009 ceremony in the Arkansas governor's mansion, Miller Williams received the Porter Fund's Lifetime Achievement Award. Living quietly in his final years, Williams died in Fayetteville on 1 January 2015.


Scope and Contents

The Miller Williams papers were created between the years 1930 and 2014 and include correspondence, manuscripts, photographs, proofs, diaries, clippings, and printed material belonging to the American poet, translator, editor, and teacher Miller Williams (1930-2015). These personal and vocational papers documenting Williams' career as a writer and educator are in an arrangement created by the Ransom Center. They are organized in five series: I. Literary Activities, 1943-2009; II. Correspondence, 1957-2014; III. Biography and Personal, 1930-2011; IV. Manuscript and Print Material, 1966-2012; and V. John Ciardi papers, 1937-2008.

The Literary Activities series is subdivided into four subseries: A. Original Works by Miller Williams; B. Selections, Collections, and Translations; C. Works Edited by Miller Williams; and D. Business Records. Subseries A. Original Works by Miller Williams (2.5 boxes) contains few manuscripts, most significantly various drafts of his unpublished autobiography, The Lives of Miller Williams. The subseries is dominated by correspondence, a reflection of Williams' need in his capacity as editor of his own poems to have proper copyright and permissions oversight. As a result most of the correspondents in the subseries are publishers (dominated by Louisiana State University Press, Williams' most frequent publisher), journals, literary agents, and (not infrequently) other writers. A significant number of reviews are also present for Williams' collected poems and critical works.

Subseries B. Selections, Collections, and Translations (.5 box) comprises Miller Williams' comments on his poetic sources; found here as well are minor and occasional pieces, translations (in manuscript mostly) of his poems, and notes for his public speaking appearances.

Subseries C. Works Edited by Miller Williams (5 boxes) contains material generally similar to Subseries A in that editorial correspondence represents the bulk of the series. Few manuscripts are present, the principal exception being Williams' typescript in photocopy of his translation of Sonnets of Giuseppe Belli. This manuscript also bears marginal notes by Williams' colleague and fellow poet James Whitehead.

Publishing files of the two collections of poems by Chilean poet Nicanor Parra translated by Williams are present in the subseries. Parra's Emergency Poems is represented by correspondence with New Directions Publishing; the Poems and Antipoems file contains more correspondence and galleys in photocopy.

Also in this subseries is The Genealogy of American Poetry. This extensive collection of American poetry in photocopy, arranged by school (each section being prefaced by brief remarks by Williams) was created for duplication as class handout material in his graduate English classes about the year 2000.

Two substantial anthologies involving Williams as editor are found in the subseries. These are Southern Writing in the Sixties (published by LSU Press in two volumes in 1966 and 1967, and co-edited with John William Corrington) and Contemporary Poetry in America (Random House, 1973). For both these titles extensive correspondence with the individual writers anthologized is present, as well as Williams' correspondence with the publishers.

Subseries D. Business Records (1 box) contains not only Williams' contracts, copyright documents, and permissions for his published works, but also contracts concerning household matters and academic affairs generally. The permissions present here concern translation by Williams of others' work as well as permissions requests for translation of his work into other languages.

The Correspondence series is subdivided into three subseries: A. Correspondence: Publishers and Agents; B. General Correspondence; and C. "Fussing" Correspondence. The first subseries, A. Correspondence: Publishers and Agents (1 box), contains substantial correspondence with E. P. Dutton, LSU Press, Spoken Arts, and literary agent Phoebe Larmore, as well as with other publishers and journals. In many cases the correspondence filed here parallels that found under the various individual titles in Series I.

Subseries B. General Correspondence (6 boxes) is primarily personal correspondence with other poets like John Ciardi, Dan Masterson, John F. Nims, and Dr. John Stone. Other files present here include Jimmy Carter, Simon Dinnerstein, R. S. Gwynn, Tom T. Hall, Samuel Hazo, Jo McDougall, Nicanor Parra, Chelsea Rathburn, Leon Stokesbury, and Lewis Turco. There are also a number of topical files present (including the 1989 American Association of University Presses trip to Soviet Russia, inmates and parolees whom Williams had taught, and his seventieth birthday celebration). The great number of congratulatory notes produced by the 1997 inaugural poem is contained in two large albums.

Subseries C. "Fussing" Correspondence (.5 box) is a collection of Miller Williams' correspondence—maintained by him with this title—united by the theme of personal confrontation. The personal and professional letters document his efforts to voice his dissatisfaction with various people and/or organizations. Examples such as legal representation against a musical instrument repairman for improper work on the guitar of daughter Lucinda, or a personal letter to the Chrysler Corporation complaining about defects in a new 1969 Plymouth station wagon. Other topics include complaints about unresponsive sales people and Loyola University's threatened withdrawal of financial support for the New Orleans Review.

Series III. Biography and Personal (4.5 boxes) comprises three subseries. A. Biography contains articles, clippings, reviews, publicity materials, theses, and term papers devoted to Miller Williams and his work. Much of this material is contained in eight albums. Subseries B. Honors and Recognition embraces correspondence, clippings, and related materials devoted to the growing appreciation of Williams as writer, translator, and educator. Subseries C. Personal Papers contains a significant group of materials illuminating Williams' relationship with President Jimmy Carter in the period the former president was working on his own poetry for the collection ultimately entitled Always a Reckoning. Also found in these papers is correspondence, photographs, and printed matter relating to songwriter and singer Tom T. Hall, who had first introduced Williams to Jimmy Carter.

Series IV. Manuscript and Print Material (4 boxes) houses a number of literary manuscripts, including several by friends and colleagues of Williams, such as Samuel Hazo, John Stone, Lewis Turco, and James Whitehead. The Whitehead item is an undated twenty-page handwritten draft entitled About Miller Williams.

Among the printed matter in the series are a number of works by the artist Meo Carbone and articles and press releases by Williams' friend George Haley. Other print items include a group of periodicals and monographs containing material about Williams, as well as a file of newspaper issues with articles on the threatened 1998 closing of the University of Arkansas Press.

Series V. John Ciardi Papers (5.5 boxes) represents material made available to Miller Williams after he was named Ciardi's literary executor in 1986. It is arranged in five subseries: A. Works; B. Works-related Records; C. Biographical Material and D. Correspondence; and E. Ciardi in Print. From this cache Williams saw Echoes, Mummy Took Cooking Lessons, and Saipan through to publication. For the latter work the two original journals Ciardi kept as an air force sergeant in the U.S. and on Saipan in the final stages of World War II are present.

Two Italian quaderni with extensive academic notes written with fountain pen in a small neat hand probably date from the late 1930 to early 1940s. Also present are two steno pads. One of these, dating from the 1950s to the early 1960s, contains a few addresses and miscellaneous notes in ball point pen; a short story draft in the first person, also in ball point, is found in a second pad and probably originated the same period.

Miller Williams' letters to his close friend John Ciardi for the years 1961 to 1984 are present in these papers. The letters in Subseries D, combined with Ciardi's to Williams present in Subseries B, constitute nearly the whole of their quarter century correspondence.


Restrictions

Access:

Open for research


Index Terms

People
Carter, Jimmy, 1924- .
Ciardi, John, 1916-1986.
Gioia, Dana.
Gwynn, R. S.
Haley, George Williford Boyce, 1925- .
Hazo, Samuel, 1928- .
Justice, Donald, 1925-2004.
McDougall, Jo.
Masterson, Dan, 1934- .
Nims, John Frederick, 1913-1999.
Stokesbury, Leon, 1945- .
Stone, John, 1936- .
Turco, Lewis.
Organizations
Louisiana State University (Baton Rouge, La.). Press.
University of Illinois (Urbana-Champaign Campus). Press.
University of Missouri Press.
Subjects
Arkansas—Intellectual life—20th century.
Authors, American—20th century.
Poets, American—20th century.
Document Types
Broadsides.
Cartoons (humorous images).
Christmas cards.
Commonplace books.
Diaries.
Drawings.
First drafts.
Galley proofs.
Juvenilia.
Negatives.
Newspapers.
Photographs.
Postcards.
Scrapbooks.
Sheet music.
Sound recordings.

Related Material

Additional materials relating to Miller Williams at the Harry Ransom Center are found in the manuscript holdings for Alfred A. Knopf, Inc., Anne Sexton, El Corno Emplumado, and Norman Mailer.

Institutions other than the Ransom Center holding Miller Williams materials include the Houghton Library, the Lilly Library, the Southern Historical Collection at Chapel Hill, N.C., and the Library of the University of Arkansas, Fayetteville.


Separated Material

Articles of clothing, dog collars, a slide rule, business cards, political ephemera, programs, and tickets associated with the 1997 presidential inauguration were transferred to the Ransom Center Personal Effects Collection. Also transferred are items related to John Ciardi, including a deck of cards and a Saturday Review note pad bearing Ciardi's name.

Sound recordings containing interviews, readings, and other content associated with Williams were transferred to the Ransom Center Sound Recordings Collection.

Video recordings containing interviews, readings, and other content association with Williams were transferred to the Ransom Center Moving Image Collection.

Two commercial sound recordings of Williams' poetry and one commercial videocassette were transferred to the Ransom Center library and are listed in the University of Texas Library Catalog.


Administrative Information

Acquisition:

Purchase (14-10-013-P)

Processed by:

Bob Taylor, 2016


Sources:

"Miller Williams (1930-2015)," The Encyclopedia of Arkansas History & Culture [http://www.encyclopediaofarkansas.net/encyclopedia/entry-detail.aspx?search=1&ID=1096]

"Miller Williams, 1930-2015," Poetry Foundation [https://www.poetryfoundation.org/poems-and-poets/poets/detail/miller-williams]

"Miller Williams." Contemporary Authors Online. Detroit: Gale, 2015. Contemporary Authors Online. Web. 28 Sept. 2016.


Container List

Series I. Series I. Literary Activities, 1943-2011

Subseries A. Original Works by Williams, 1943-2009
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1.1 Adjusting to the Light. Correspondence and readers' reports, 1991-1993
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1.2 Body and Soul: Poems of Religious Memories and Meditations. Two typescripts, one dated 2008
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1.3 The Boys on Their Bony Mules. Correspondence and reviews, 1982-1984
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1.4 Distractions. Correspondence and reviews, 1980-1983
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1.5 For J. William Fulbright on the Day of his Death (poem). Typescript and printed, correspondence, 1995-1996
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1.6 Imperfect Love. Correspondence and reviews, 1984-1994
The Lives of Miller Williams (autobiographical manuscript)
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1.7 Typescript drafts, 1994-2001
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1.8 Typescript draft, with handwritten revisions and interleaved matter, 2001-2009
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1.9 Living on the Surface. Correspondence and reviews, 1988-1993
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2.1 Making a Poem. Correspondence and related, 1975-2007
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2.2 Of History and Hope (inaugural poem). Typescripts, explication, translation, correspondence, 1997-1998
Patterns of Poetry
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2.3 Permissions correspondence, 1983-1986
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2.4 Notes and correspondence, 1983-1994
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2.5 Correspondence and reviews, 1983-1999
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2.6 Poems by Stanley Miller Williams. Typescript, 1943
Poems for the Fireplace [by] Clement Long [pseud.]. Photocopies, with handwritten revisions, undated
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28.6 Poetry in the Real World: Who Needs It? (text of a public address). Typescript with handwritten revisions on 87 index cards, circa 1990s
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2.7 Poetry of John Crowe Ransom. Correspondence, 1966-1971
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2.8 Points of Departure. LSU Press and general correspondence, reviews, 1994-1996
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2.9 Reviews of certain works by Williams, 1965-2002
Some Jazz a While: Collected Poems
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2.10 Copyright documents (original), 1964-1998
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3.1 Copyright documents (photocopies), 1964-1995
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3.2 Correspondence and reviews, 1998-2006
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3.3 Time and the Tilting Earth. Publishing agreement, correspondence, review, 2007-2009
The Ways We Touch
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3.4 Correspondence with University of Illinois Press, 1996-1997
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3.5 Reviews, ads, questionnaire, 1996-1998
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3.6 Why God Permits Evil: New Poems. Correspondence and reviews, 1977-1982
Subseries B. Selections, Collections, and Translations, 1972-1999
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3.7 Impulses for poems (poems and their inspirations), 1972-1999
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3.8 Poems and prose in typescript, 1977-1999
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3.9 Poems in translation (mostly typescripts), 1976-1991
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3.10 Text and notes for public speaking, 1990s
Subseries C. Works Edited by Williams, 1964-2004
Belli, Giuseppe. Sonnets
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4.1 Correspondence with LSU Press, 1979-1982
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4.2 General correspondence, 1977-1982
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4.3 Reviews and promotion, 1980-2004
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4.4 Translations of Belli's Sonnets in photocopy
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4.5 Some of the Sonnets, translated by Miller Williams. Typescript photocopy, with notes by Jim Whitehead, circa 1979
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4.6 Bible Stories (anthology of modern American poetry in photocopy and typescript, selected by Williams). Two variant copies, circa 2000
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4.7 Chile: An Anthology of New Writing. Notes, illustrations, and correspondence, 1966-1997
Ciardi, John
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4.8 The achievement of John Ciardi. Typescript photocopy and correspondence, 1966-1968
How Does a Poem Mean? (2nd ed.)
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4.9 Correspondence, 1972-2003
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4.10 Drafts, in photocopy
Contemporary Poetry in America
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5.1 Correspondence with contributors, 1970-1972
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5.2 Correspondence with Random House, 1970-1979
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5.3 Correspondence with photographers and other publishers, 1971
Genealogy of American Poetry (classified anthology, with brief remarks by Williams). Typescript, with some handwritten notes, circa 2000
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23.4 Introduction
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23.5-6 Modernists
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23.7-8 Traditionalists
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23.9, 24.1 Traditionalists under Modernist influence
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24.2-3 Exclamatory rhetoricians
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24.4 Obscurantists
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24.5 Diarists
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24.6 Language poets
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24.7 New Romantic poets
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24.8 New Yorker poetry [John Ashbery]
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24.9 Parodies
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12.9 Original folders, a few with handwritten notes
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5.4 Ozark, Ozark: A Hillside Reader. Permissions correspondence and other material, 1980-1984
Parra, Nicanor
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5.5 Poems and Antipoems. Correspondence, 1964-1968
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5.6 Emergency Poems. Correspondence and galleys, 1971-1976
Railroad: Trains and Train People in America (co-edited with James A. McPherson)
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5.7 Correspondence with Random House, 1974-1978
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5.8 Correspondence: requests for pictures, A-K, 1975-1976
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5.9 Correspondence: requests for pictures, M-Y and related, 1974-1975
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6.1 Correspondence: requests, unanswered, 1975
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6.2 Notes on music, reviews, and related correspondence, 1976-1977
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6.3 Notes on sources, outline, typescript essays, 1975?
Research materials
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24.10 Photographs and negatives
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24.11 Printed matter including time-tables and house journals
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24.12 Printed matter including brochures, maps, and railroad ephemera
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25.1-2 Published texts in photocopy
A Roman Collection
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6.4 Correspondence with Bill Lacy, 1977-1979
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6.5 Permissions correspondence, 1979-1980
Southern Writing in the Sixties (co-edited with John William Corrington)
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6.6 Correspondence, B-R, 1964-1966
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6.7 Correspondence, S-Y and outgoing, 1963-1966
Subseries D. Business Records, 1964-2011
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6.8 Contracts, academic and household, 1968-2002
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6.9 Contracts with publishers, 1966-2005
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6.10 Copyright, through 1977. Documents, correspondence, notes, 1952-1980
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7.1 Copyright, from 1978. Documents and correspondence, 1968-2005
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7.2 Permissions and releases for translation by Williams, 1964-2002
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7.3 Permissions for translation by Williams. Correspondence, 1977-1995
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7.4 Permissions requested for works by Williams, 1968-2011



Series II. Correspondence, 1957-2014

Subseries A. Publishers and Agents, 1962-1997
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7.5 E.P. Dutton, 1967-1977
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7.6 Larmore, Phoebe, 1967-1977
Louisiana State University Press
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7.7 1962-1980
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7.8 1983-1997
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8.1 Presses, N-U, 1962-1983
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8.2 Publishers and periodicals, 1970-1979, 1995
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8.3 Spoken Arts, 1981-1984
Subseries B. General Correspondence, 1957-2014
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8.4 A-B and forenames, 1966-2012
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8.5 American Association of University Presses (trip to Soviet Union, 1989)
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8.6 C-E, 1965-2008
Carter, Jimmy
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8.7 1981-1992
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8.8 1993-1999
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8.9 2000-2014
Ciardi, John
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8.10 1961-1968 (March)
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9.1 1968 (July)-1971
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9.2 1972-1975
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9.3 1976-1979 and uncertain dates
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9.4 1980-1983
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9.5 1984-1986 and uncertain dates
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9.6 Clinton, Bill, 1975-1997
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9.7 Dinnerstein, Simon, 1977-2014
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9.8 Equinox Films (projected film on Ozark English, 1997)
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9.9 F-G, 1967-2008
Gioia, Dana
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9.10 1991-1995
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9.11 1996-2001
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10.1 Gwynn, R. S., 1974-2005
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10.2 H, 1968-2009
Haley, George
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10.3 1978-1995
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10.4 1996-2012
Hall, Tom T.
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10.5 1972-1990
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10.6 1991-1999
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10.7 Hazo, Samuel, 1991-2005
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osb 1-2 Inaugural poem, 1997 (notes from friends and well-wishers)
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10.8 Inmates and parolees, 1973-1997
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11.1 J-K, 1963-2005
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11.2 Knocks on the door (from beginning poets, 2001)
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11.3 L-O, 1959-2010
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14.8 Late correspondence, 1992-2013
McDougall, Jo
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11.4 1987-1999
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11.5 2001-2014
Masterson, Dan
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11.6 1968-1977
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11.7 1978-1981
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11.8 1982-2007
Nims, John F.
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11.9 1961-1982
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11.10 1984-1990
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12.1 1991-1999 (letters)
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12.2 1991-95 (postcards)
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12.3 P, 1964-1995
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12.4 R-S, 1957-1992
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12.5 Rathburn, Chelsea, 1999-2005
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12.6 Seventieth birthday celebration, 2000
Stokesbury, Leon
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12.7 1974-1986
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12.8 1987-2014
Stone, John
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13.1 1968-1973
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13.2 1974-1978
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13.3 1979-1982 and uncertain dates
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13.4 1983-1989
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13.5 1990-1998
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13.6 1999-2008
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13.7 T, 1970-2006
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14.1 V-Y, 1962-1999
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14.2 Whitehead, James, 1959-2003
Subseries C. 'Fussing' Correspondence, 1964-1998
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14.3 Family matters, 1964-1982
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14.4 General and household, 1964-1996
Home repairs
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14.5 Correspondence, bills, receipts, 1979-1995
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14.6 Photographs, undated
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14.7 Literary and academic, 1967-1998



Series III. Biography and Personal, 1930-2011

Subseries A. Biography, 1930-2011
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15.1-2 Articles and reviews, 1973-2011
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15.3-4 Articles, Original, 1966-2008
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28.7 Broadsides, handbills, and leaflets, 1994-2005?
Albums. Clippings, letters, diplomas, and related material on the life of Williams, 1930-2110
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osb 3 1930-1976
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osb 4 1976-1986
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osb 5 1986-1993
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osb 6 1993-1996
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osb 7 1996-1997 (Presidential Inauguration)
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osb 8 1997-1999
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osb 9 1999-2002
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osb 10 2002-2010
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15.5 Contemporary Authors (v. 198 and Autobiography series, v. 20), Amy Lowell Fellowship (re trip to Chile), poetry about Williams, 1962-2005
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28.8 Passports, 1963-1985
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16.1 Publicity materials and published biography, 1975-2011
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16.2 Theses and term papers on Williams, 1985-1998
Subseries B. Honors and Recognition, 1969-2009
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16.3 Academy Award for Literature, 1995 (correspondence and clippings, 1995)
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16.4 Honors and awards, Various (correspondence and related material), 1969-2004
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16.5 Poets' Prize, 1990 (correspondence, 1991)
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28.9 Porter Fund Lifetime Achievement Award, 2009 (program)
Subseries C. Personal Papers, 1942-2010
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16.6 Academic and administrative topics, 1947-2010
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16.7 Auto accidents, 1994-1998
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16.8 Clinton, Bill and the 1992 election
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17.1 Diplomas, 1945-1995
Friendships
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17.2 Asner, Edward. Ephemera, including Born Yesterday, 1988-2001
Carter, Jimmy
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17.3 Poems selected by Williams for Carter, 1991
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17.4 Poems in typescript, with notes and revisions, 1991-1993
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17.5 Correspondence re poems, 1991-1995
Always a Reckoning
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17.6 Draft with handwritten revisions, circa 1994
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17.7 Requests and editorial matters, 1992-1994
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17.8 Reviews from various sources, 1993-1997
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18.1 Reviews and related material, 1994-1995
Hall, Tom T.
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18.2 Correspondence and works, ephemera, 1974-1999
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18.3 Clippings and photocopies about, 1973-1999
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18.4 Periodicals and programs, 1981-1997
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18.5 Periodicals and sheet music, 1973-1991
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18.6 Photographs of Hall and his band on the road, 1973-1984
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18.7 Household records, Various, 1942?-2001
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28.10 Photographs (Inaugural ceremonies, Washington, 1997)
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19.1 Photographs of Williams (informal portraits, group photos, 1997 inaugural), 1980s-2009
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19.2 Publication and bibliography (fragments), 1993-2002
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19.3 Social and political issues, 1990-2000
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19.4 Williams, Lucy (will and related materials), 1967-2004



Series IV. Manuscript and Print Material, 1966-2012

Subseries A. Manuscripts by Others, 1975-2011
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19.5 Gillis, Ron. Of History and Hope, an Anthem for Mixed Choir and Wind Ensemble. Typescript, 1997
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19.6 Gonzales, Laurence. Empty America. Typescript essay, undated
Hazo, Samuel
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19.7 Any River Can Reflect the Sun (poems). Unpaged draft, undated
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19.8 Spying for God (essay). Letterpress draft, undated
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19.9 Lighton, William R. Notes for Shadow of the Great Rock. Typescript, undated
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20.1 Murphy, Russell E. This Steadfast World. Partial typescript of manuscript about Williams, with correspondence, 1981-1985
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20.2 Poems for Williams, by various hands, 1975-2005
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20.3 Poetry of Medicine, an anthology. Paste-up, undated
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20.4 Rogers, Jimmie N., and Stephen A. Smith. Southern Saints and Sinners. Typescript, two versions, 1981
Stone, John
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20.5 Bridge Across the Dark. Typescript draft, 1996
The Pigeon Sonnets. Typescript, 1984
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20.6 Turco, Lewis. Epitaphs for the Poets, by Wesli Court. Typescript draft, 2011?
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20.7 Whitehead, James. About Miller Williams. Handwritten draft, undated
Subseries B. Print Material, 1966-2012
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20.8 Carbone, Meo (exhibition catalogs), 1972-1993
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20.9-10 Haley, George (articles and press releases, articles about), 1993-2012
Serial issues and monographs
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21.1-2 By and about Williams; translations by and of; interviews, 1966-2000
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21.3-6 Published reviews and mentions of Williams, 1974-2000
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22.1-3 Secondary references to Williams, 1967-2000
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22.4-5, 23.1-3 Threatened closing of the University of Arkansas Press, 1998



Series V. John Ciardi Papers, 1937-2008

Subseries A. Works, 1937-1990
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25.3 Aphorisms, essays, short stories (typescript photocopies)
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25.4 Echoes, poems left behind (pub. 1989) (typescript carbon)
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25.5 Etymologies (notes and rough drafts)
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25.6 For Instance (pub. 1979) (typescript carbon with handwritten notes)
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25.7 The Golden Legend of Jacobus de Voragine. Typescript essay, 1937
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25.8 How Does a Poem Mean? (2nd ed., 1975). Correspondence and readers' reports
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25.9 In Fact (pub. 1962). Typescript carbon with handwritten revisions
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26.1 Juvenile poetry, I-III (typescript photocopies)
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26.2 Mother and Father (verse drama) Typescript photocopy
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osf 4 Mummy Took Cooking Lessons (pub. 1990). Galley proofs
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26.3 Notebooks (quaderni and steno pads), 1940s-early 1960s
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26.4 Poetry, prose, drawings (manuscripts, 1965-1999?)
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26.5 Saipan (pub. 1988) (two handwritten notebooks, 1944-1945)
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26.6, 27.1-2 Word in Your Ear (notes on etymologies for NPR, 1978-1986)
Subseries B. Works-related Records, 1959-1992
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27.3 Contracts, copyright certificates, and correspondence, 1959-1988
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27.4 Rights and fair use correspondence, 1973-1992
Subseries C. Biographical Material, 1960-2006
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27.5 Memorial materials, 1970-1998
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27.6 Ephemera, ads, near print items, 1960-2001
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27.7 Sketches and tributes (typescript and handwritten, 1988-2006)
Subseries D. Correspondence, 1958-2008
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28.1 General, 1958-2008
Williams, Miller to Ciardi
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28.2 1961-1969
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28.3 1970-1977
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28.4 1978-1984
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28.5 Draft poems by Williams and Ciardi, with extensive handwritten comments by the two poets, 1968?-1980s
Subseries E. Ciardi in Print, 1949-2008
Published works by Ciardi, 1953-2008
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29.1-5 Periodicals and monographs
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30.1 Bread Loaf Writers' Conference. Programs, 1958-1960, 1963, 1967, 1969
Biography and criticism, 1949-1998
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30.2-3 Periodicals and offprints
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30.4 Tirone, Americo. John Ciardi: Radici Irpine Nella Poesia Americana



Index of Correspondents

Letters found in albums are listed by box number (e.g. osb 1).

  • Abel, Richard M. (University Press of Mississippi)--16.5
  • Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences (Sam Gill)--5.8
  • Ackerman, Diane--osb 1
  • Adamo, Ralph (New Orleans Review)--osb 1
  • Adams, Charles Hansford, 1954- --16.3-4, 22.4
  • Adams, Katherine H., 1954- (Loyola University)--16.6
  • Adcock, Betty--1.1
  • Aguilar, S.A. de Ediciones (M. Aguilar)--7.3
  • Aiken, Conrad, 1889-1973--6.7 (with Simmons, E.)
  • Al_____, C? (University of Arkansas Department of English)--osb 1
  • Albright, Martin--14.3
  • Alexander, Adele Logan--osb 1
  • Alexander, Frances--8.4, 12.6, 22.4
  • Alfred A. Knopf, Inc. (Katherine Hourigan, Judith B. Jones, Michael Magzis, Cindy Miller)--2.3, 2.7, 6.7 (with Stuart, D.), 7.6
  • Allen, Dick, 1939- --1.6, 5.1, 13.1 (to John Stone), 16.5, osb 1
  • Allen, Mary Jane--osb 2
  • Allen, Susan Munden--14.2
  • Allen, Tina, 1955- (Allen Studios)--10.4 (to George Haley)
  • Allen, Ward, 1922- --16.4, osb 2
  • America (Patrick Samway)--7.1
  • American Academy in Rome (Elizabeth Edwards, Ruth D. Green, Christina Huemer, Bill N. Lacy, Harold C. Martin)--4.3, 6.4, 16.3-4
  • American Academy of Arts and Letters (Nancy Johnson, Donald Justice, Dwight Macdonald)--16.3-4
  • American Civil Liberties Union (Ira Glasser)--14.4
  • The American Poetry Review (Arthur Vogelsang)--8.2
  • Ames, Philip--10.8
  • Amon Carter Museum of Western Art (Marjorie A. Morey)--6.1
  • Amtrak (John F. McLeod)--5.8, 24.12
  • Ann Elmo Agency (Ann Elmo)--5.1 (with Jerome, J.)
  • Anteus (Daniel Halpern)--8.2
  • Antioch Review (Judson Jerome)--2.10, 6.10
  • Antúnez, Nemesio (Delegación de Chile ante las Naciones Unidas)--4.7
  • Appleman, Philip, 1926- --8.4, osb 2
  • Arbogast, Gilbert--11.2
  • Arizona Quarterly (Shirley Crowell, Albert F. Gegenheimer)--4.7
  • Arkansas. Office of the Attorney General (Bill Clinton)--14.4
  • Arkansas Alumni Association (John M. Rosso)--16.4
  • Arkansas Mental Health Services (Betty Thomas)--14.7
  • Arkansas Times--17.5
  • Armstrong, Frank, Capt.--26.3
  • Arnold, Morris S. (United States Court of Appeals, Eighth Circuit)--16.4, osb2
  • Arnoldo Mondadori Editore--7.3
  • Art Dealers of America, Inc. (Donna Carlson)--5.8
  • Art News (Roxanne Muniz)--5.8
  • Arteche, Miguel (Embajada de Chile, Madrid)--7.2
  • Arts Fund (Walter A. Weiss)--16.4
  • Asner, Edward--8.4
  • Asner, Harold and Marie--osb 1
  • Association of American Publishers--8.2
  • Atchison, Topeka, and Santa Fe Railroad Company (Bill Burk, Patrick H. Hill)--5.8
  • Atheneum (New York, N.Y.) (Charles P. Corn, Gail Rentsch, Judith Rodnick)--5.3, 8.2
  • Atlantic Monthly (Peter Davison)--14.7
  • Atlantic Monthly Press (Esther S. Yntema)--7.6
  • Aubert, Alvin--5.1, 20.2
  • Authors' Guild (U.S.) (Robin Davis Miller)--16.3
  • Autumn House Press (Michael Simms)--2.1
  • B_____, M--osb 5
  • Babb, Emilie Ann--2.3
  • The Back Door (Dave Smith)--6.10
  • Baer, Thomas H. (Steinhart Baer Pictures Company)--osb 2
  • Bailey, Herbert S., Jr.--14.7
  • Bain, David Haward--14.7, 27.5
  • Baker, David, 1954- (Denison University)--1.1, 3.5, 22.4, osb 1-2
  • Baker, Ethel--osb 2
  • BankAmericard (Sandye Humphrey)--14.4
  • Bantam Books (Firm) (Edward Field)--7.4
  • The Barataria Review (Louis Gallo, Ellen Gilchrist Kullman)--2.1, 7.3
  • Bardos, Marie--6.6
  • Bargen, Walter--5.4
  • Barnett, Robert B. (Williams and Connolly)--16.8
  • Bass, Justin--18.2
  • Bassett, Woody--osb 2
  • Bates College (Lewiston, Me.). Alumni Association (Ruth R. Wilson)--28.1
  • Beal, Jim and Mauzel--osb 2
  • Beaman, Frank--14.8
  • Beard, Ian Douglas--22.4 (with Alexander, F.)
  • Beasley, Conger--16.5
  • Beasley, Tony--osb 1
  • Beaverson, Pat--10.8
  • Bedell, George C.--osb 2
  • Bedford/St. Martin's (Firm) (Amanda Legee)--7.4
  • Bellamann, Katherine--8.4
  • Benington, George B. (Coyote Love Press)--2.3
  • Bennett, James Richard (University of Arkansas)--16.5, 27.6, osb 1
  • Berghahn Books (Janine A. Treves)--14.1 (with Viereck, P.)
  • Berry, Wendell, 1934- --6.6
  • Betekhtina, Lyudmila (Izd-vo Leningradskogo Universiteta)--8.5
  • Bettmann Archive (Howard L. Levin)--5.8
  • Biancheri Chiappori, Boris (Embassy of Italy)--1.9
  • Bjornson, Richard (Ohio State University)--16.6
  • Black Box (Alan Austin)--14.7
  • Black Sparrow Press (John Martin)--5.3
  • Blair, Diane D., 1938- --16.8
  • Blanchard, Harold Hooper--25.7
  • Bly, Robert (The Sixties Press)--8.4
  • Bobbs-Merrill Educational Publishing (James B. Smith)--6.9, 11.1 (with Jauss, D.)
  • Bonsett-Veal, John D.--osb 1
  • Bontz, Scott (The Land Institute)--29.3
  • Books, New Orleans Review (Louis Gallo)--2.1
  • Booth, Philip, 1925-2007--1.6, osb 1
  • Borgschulte, Mary Helen--16.3
  • Bottoms, David--osb 1
  • Bowen, William H., 1923-2014 (University of Arkansas at Little Rock School of Law)--16.4, osb 1
  • Boyds Mills Press (Larry Rosler)--27.4
  • Bradford, Carolyn Funkhouser--osb 1
  • Brannon, Barbara--14.8
  • Brassfield, R. T.--8.1
  • Brodnax, Carol and Gary--16.5
  • Brogan, Jacqueline Vaught, 1952- (University of Notre Dame)--17.5
  • Brooks, Gwendolyn, 1917-2000--7.1
  • Brooks Permissions (Nichole L. Shields)--2.1
  • Brotherhood of Locomotive Engineers (U.S.) (Richard J. Cook)--5.8
  • Brothers, Lynda--12.6, 22.4
  • Broughton, Alan--2.5
  • Broughton, Connie--5.4
  • Broughton, Irv--5.8
  • Brown, Anne Haley--10.4
  • Brown, April--22.4 (with Rogers, J.)
  • Brown, Janet C.--osb 2
  • Brown, Margie J.--8.1
  • Brown, Stephanie--osb 2
  • Browning, Jane--osb 2
  • Brt, Caroline (University of Arkansas Press)--3.4
  • Bruccoli Clark Layman (Jean W. Ross)--27.4
  • Bruce, Debra--osb 1
  • Bruna, Cecilia (Departamento del Cobre, Santiago, Chile)--4.7
  • Bryan, Emily--12.6
  • Bugeja, Michael J.--12.5, 22.4
  • Bukaty, Barbara--osb 2
  • Bukowski, Charles--5.1, 8.4
  • Bumpers, Dale (United States Senate)--8.4, 16.5
  • Bunch, Rose--osb 2
  • Burke, Kenneth, 1897-1993--13.4 (to John Stone)
  • Burlington County College (Judith M. Olsen)--27.4
  • Burlington Northern Inc. (Albert M. Rung)--5.8
  • Burns, Michael D.--3.2
  • Burton, Edmund--osb 1
  • Burton, Gabrielle--osb 1
  • Bush, Virginia--osb 1
  • CAIM (periodical) (James Taylor)--7.2
  • Cantwell, Kevin--7.4
  • Canzoneri, Robert--5.1, 6.6
  • Cárdenas, Rolando--7.2
  • Carl Hanser Verlag (Dorothea Estermann, Michael Krüger)--7.3
  • Carmen Balcells Agencia Literaria (Magdalena Oliver)--7.3
  • Carnes, Charles N.--osb 1
  • Carpenter, Lucas (Oxford College of Emory University)--3.3, 16.5
  • Carpenter, Robert A.--osb 1
  • Carpentier, Hortense--8.2
  • Carter, Jimmy, 1924- --8.7-9, 16.3, 17.5, 17.7, osb 1-2, osb 4-6, osb 10
  • Carter, Rosalynn--8.8-9
  • Casey, Robin--12.6
  • Cash, Jerry W.--10.8
  • Cate, N. Lee--16.5
  • Cattaneo, Russell--14.7
  • Centenary College of Louisiana. Department of English (David Havird)--16.4
  • Centro Romanesco Trilussa (Giorgio Roberti)--16.4
  • Chamberlain, Kent Clair--osb 1
  • Chappell, Fred, 1936- --6.6
  • Chariton Review (Jim Barnes)--7.1
  • Cherry, Ken--osb 1
  • Chessie System, Inc. (Milton B. Dolinger, Vera S. Leclercq)--5.8
  • Chester, Donald--osb 1
  • The Chicago Review (D. Timothy Erwin, Donald Gecewicz, Laurie Gould, Thomas Main, Eugene Wildman)--6.10, 8.2
  • Chicago Tribune (Marcia Lee Masters)--28.1
  • Choice (Irving E. Rockwood)--28.1
  • Christoffel, Carol--12.6
  • Christopher, Albert--osb 2
  • Chrysler Motors Corporation. Chrysler-Plymouth Division (E. A. Wilson)--14.4
  • Chute, Martha--osb 1
  • Ciardi, John, 1916-1986 (Madison College, Middlebury College Bread Loaf Writers' Conference, Saturday Review, University of Arkansas Press, University of Florida, University of Minnesota, Duluth)--3.6, 5.7, 7.6-11, 11.9 (to John F. Nims), 25.8, 27.3-4, 27.6, 28.1
  • Ciardi, Judith--8.10, 9.3
  • Cifelli, Edward M.--22.4, 27.5, 27.7
  • Cimarron Review (Clinton Keeler)--2.10
  • Cini, Walter T. (American Academy in Rome)--4.2, osb 1
  • Citino, David, 1947-2005--8.3
  • Clemons, James T. (Wesley Theological Seminary)--osb 1-2
  • Clinton, Bill, 1946- (Office of the Attorney General, Office of the Governor, Wright, Lindsey & Jennings, attorneys at law, The White House)--1.5, 9.6, 16.8, osb 2, osb 6
  • Clinton, Hillary Rodham (Governor's Mansion)--9.6
  • Coastlines (Gene Frumkin)--6.10
  • Cole, William, 1919-2000--2.3
  • Collier, Carl and Jan--16.5
  • Collins, Billy (Lehman College)--8.6, 16.5, osb 1
  • The Colorado Quarterly (Claudine Seever)--6.10
  • Columbia Pacific University. Assistant to the President (Paula Stout)--17.5
  • Compagnie Phonographique Française (Firm) (Annick Méry)--7.2
  • Compass Review (Eric Pfeiffer)--6.10
  • Comstock, Rolland Lee, 1936-2007 (Messrs Comstock and Rose)--1.6
  • Conference Board of the Associated Research Councils. Committee on International Exchange of Persons (John L. Landgraf, Georgene B. Lovecky)--16.4
  • Construction News (Ray Metzger)--5.8
  • Contemporary Authors (Tracey Head Turbett)--27.4
  • Cooper, Jane, 1924-2007--5.1
  • Cope, Jack--osb 2
  • Corrington, Joyce H.--16.5
  • Cortínez, Carlos, 1934- (University of Maine)--3.9, 8.6
  • Costello, Jackie and Bill--osb 1
  • Coulter, Hope Norman, 1961- --16.4
  • Cowser, Bob (St. Lawrence University)--16.6
  • Cox, Mickey (Louisiana State University)--16.6
  • Crawford, Bob (ABC News)--osb 2
  • Crazy Horse (Howard Mohr)--6.10
  • Creeden, Virginia--28.1
  • Creeley, Robert, 1926-2005--5.1
  • Cricket (Mary Ann Hocking)--27.4
  • Crocker, Jack, 1940- --20.2
  • Cromwell, Dwain--osb 1
  • Crossing Press (John Gill)--8.2
  • Culver Pictures Inc. (Tom Logan)--5.8
  • Cumpston, Cope--osb 2
  • Cunningham, J. V. (James Vincent), 1911-1985 (Brandeis University)--5.1
  • Curtis Brown Ltd. (Barbara Goward)--6.5
  • Curtis Publishing Company (J. C. White)--osb 3
  • DK Corporation (Thomas F. D'Espinosa)--4.9
  • Darr, Carl--osb 1
  • Davies, Warnock, 1942- --osb 1-2
  • Davis, Bassett, Cox & Wright (Firm) (Tilden P. Wright, III)--14.5
  • Dawson, Ann Patton--16.4
  • Dawson, Ruth--6.6
  • Day, Bernice--14.3
  • Debritto, Abel--8.4 (with Bukowski, C.)
  • Deitz, Paula (The Hudson Review)--osb 1
  • Delta Air Lines (T. P. Scantlebury)--14.4
  • Dendy, John C.--osb 1
  • Denver Public Library (Eleanor M. Gehres)--5.8
  • Desnoues, Lucienne, 1921- --7.3
  • Deutsche Verlags-Anstalt (Märit Schütt)--7.3
  • Deutscher Taschenbuch Verlag--7.3
  • Dewar, James--14.8
  • Di Piero, W. S.--4.1
  • Dial Press (Donald Hutter)--7.6
  • Dialogue Club--osb 2
  • Dickey, James--6.6, 8.6
  • Dickey, William--5.1
  • Die, Ann H. (Hendrix College)--3.2, osb 2
  • Dillard, R. H. W. (Richard H. W.), 1937- (Hollins College)--5.1, 6.6
  • Dillman, Phillip L.--27.4
  • Dinnerstein, Renée--9.7, 16.5
  • Dinnerstein, Simon, 1943- (American Academy in Rome)--9.7, 16.5
  • Dixon, Lynda--osb 2
  • Dizefalo, Raymond R.--osb 1
  • Dodd, Mead & Company (Jonathan Dodd)--2.4
  • Doerpinghaus, Elsie--osb 2
  • Doner, Margaret (Brown University)--7.4 (to New England Review)
  • Dorfman, Elsa--5.3
  • Doubleday & Company, Inc. (Lisa Drew, Stephen Pender)--7.6, 12.7 (to Leon Stokesbury)
  • Doubleday & Company, Inc. Permissions Department (Dorothy M. Harris)--6.5
  • Douglas, Jacky--16.5
  • Douglass, C. M.--osb 2
  • Doyle, Mark J.--4.10
  • Doyle, Nell (Programs in Literature and Language, Hendrix-Murphy Foundation)--16.4
  • Dra_____eri?, _____ (Rome friend)--osb 1
  • Dresser, Karen--8.1
  • Drolet, Marie L.--4.6
  • Dubus, André, 1936-1999--6.6
  • Dugan, Alan--6.5, 7.2
  • Dunn, Donald K.--osb 2
  • Dunn, Helen H.--osb 2
  • Durr, Julie--osb 1-2
  • DuVal, Frank--8.6
  • DuVal, John, 1940- --2.8, 12.6, 16.6
  • DuVal, Kathleen--osb 1
  • Dwyer,Cynthia Brown--osb 2
  • E.P. Dutton (Firm) (John P. Edmondson, Elliott Graham, Arlyn Greenbaum, John Holwell, William E. Larned, Rita Loh, John Macrae III, Dorothy Menzies, Judith Morse, Peter S. Prescott, Karen Schechter, Marian C. Skedgell, Mary J. Solak, Mary E. Thomas, Ivor Whitson)--2.3, 6.5, 7.5-6
  • Eberhart, Richard, 1904-2005--5.1, 7.2
  • Éditions Musicales Pouchenel (M. Brel)--7.2
  • Editorial Losada--7.3
  • Editorial Nascimento S.A. (Carlos George-Nascimento M.)--7.3
  • Edmiston-Prewitt (Firm) (Ann Sugg)--14.5
  • Eisenberg, Ruth, 1953- --7.4
  • Elder, Jack--osb 2
  • Elly, Edward A. (Embassy of the United States of America, Mexico, D.F.)--14.3
  • Elston, Gordon--osb 1
  • Emory University. Carter Center (Faye Dill, Carrie Harmon, Steve Hochman, Paul Kaplan)--17.5, 17.7
  • Encyclopaedia Britannica (Cynthia Peterson)--5.8
  • Engstrom, Stephen (Wilson & Engstrom)--16.6
  • Epos (Evelyn Thorne)--6.10
  • Epstein, Daniel Mark--6.5
  • Epstein, Seymour, 1917- (University of Denver)--8.6, osb 2
  • Equinox Films, Inc. (Gene Searchinger)--9.8
  • Esquire (Robert Brown)--6.6 (with Harrison, W.)
  • Etter, Dave, 1928- --5.1
  • Evans, David Allan--5.8
  • Evans, Jean T.--osb 1
  • Evans, Jeptha--6.6
  • Evans, Ray J.--osb 1
  • Evans Brothers Limited (Joan Gubbin)--5.6
  • Evidence (Alan Bevan)--6.10
  • Exxon Company U.S.A. (L. Banks)--14.4
  • Faherty, Robert L. (Brookings Institution Press)--osb 2
  • Farley, Jean--6.6
  • Farrar, Straus, and Giroux (Sheila Benveniste, Erika Seidman, Tanya Solomon, Anne Sullivan, Martin Weaver)--5.3, 6.5, 7.2
  • Fayetteville (Ark.). City Manager (Donald L. Grimes)--14.4
  • Fayetteville (Ark.). School District (Roy Karr)--14.4
  • Feibleman, Peter 1930- --6.6
  • Fennelly, Beth Ann, 1971- --22.4
  • Ferlinghetti, Lawrence--5.1
  • Ferritor, Daniel Edward (University of Arkansas)--1.5, 10.2 (with Holmes, J.), osb 1
  • The Fiddlehead (Kent Thompson)--6.10
  • Fine, Jack--12.6
  • Finkel, Donald--5.1
  • Finlay, Tavenner--6.6
  • Fisher, Lynn--1.5
  • Fishman, Charles (Programs in the Arts at Farmingdale)--27.4
  • Fitzgerald, Linda--osb 2
  • FitzGibbon, Tom--10.8
  • Fleming, Bond--osb 1
  • Fleshman, Bob, 1930- --osb 2
  • Fogel, Ruby--6.6
  • Fontenot, John S.--6.6
  • Forbes, Calvin, 1945- (Emerson College)--5.1
  • The Formalist (William Baer)--14.7
  • Fortman, Jon R., Mrs.--8.1
  • Foster, Grace--9.9
  • Fox, Hallie--osb 2
  • Fox, William L., 1949- --osb 1
  • Frederick, Fran--1.9
  • Freeman, John, 1942- --6.6
  • Freeman, Kelly (University of Missouri-Kansas City)--22.4
  • French, Arden O. (Arden Odell), 1906-1993 (Louisiana State University)--16.6
  • Frumkin, Gene (University of New Mexico)--5.1
  • Fulbright, J. W. (James William), 1905-1995 (United States Senate)--9.9
  • Gaines, Ernest J., 1933- --6.6
  • Gallimard (Firm) (Suzanne Deybach)--7.3
  • Gallo, Lewis--2.1
  • Gamble, Mary Ann--osb 2
  • Gamerman, Amy (Wall Street Journal)--osb 1
  • Garrett, George, 1929-2008 (Princeton University)--5.1, 6.5-6
  • Gatewood, Willard B., Jr. (William Badgett), 1931- (University of Arkansas)--14.8, 16.3-5, osb 1
  • Gentry, Jane--6.6
  • George Arents Research Library (Carolyn A. Davis)--5.8
  • The Georgia Review (Stephen Corey)--11.4 (to Jo McDougall)
  • Georgia Southwestern College (Rudy Hayes)--17.5
  • Georgia State Poetry Society (Georgia Henry)--17.7
  • Gessoo, Yukon, pseud.--14.8
  • Giamboy, Frank G.--osb 1-2
  • Giangiacomo Feltrinelli Editore (Sylvie Coyaud)--7.3
  • Gilchrist, Ellen, 1935- --9.9
  • Gillis, Ron (San Diego State University)--3.4, 19.5
  • Gingrich, Marianne--osb 2
  • Ginn and Company (Irene M. Wilson)--8.2
  • Ginsberg, Allen, 1926-1997--5.1
  • Gioia, Dana (Kraft General Foods, Nicholas Roerich Museum)--2.8, 9.10-11, 16.5, 24.8, osb 2
  • Glaser, Elton (University of Akron Press)--osb 2
  • Godsey, Edwin S. (Converse College)--6.6
  • Goellner, Jack G.--osb 1
  • Goff, Ernestine Moore--osb 1
  • Golden Quill Press (Clarence E. Farrar)--7.7
  • Goldman, Emanuel--osb 2
  • Goodbard, Rhea, pseud.--osb 2
  • Gordon, Sarah--12.6
  • Goss, Bernard--osb 2
  • Graham, Courtenay P. (Courtenay Peter), 1944- --6.6
  • Grand Street (Deborah Treisman)--14.7
  • Graves, Arthur L.--6.2
  • Graves, John, 1920-2013 (Texas Christian University)--6.6
  • Gray, John L.--osb 1
  • Grisham, Lowell (Lowell E.)--9.9
  • Grossman Publishers (Sophie McConnell, Michele Medinz)--6.10, 7.3
  • Guenther, Charles, 1920-2008--2.5
  • Guernsey, Bruce, 1944- --5.8
  • Gulf Oil Company-U.S. (A. C. Ozuna)--14.4
  • Gwaltney, Francis Irby, 1921-1981--5.4
  • Gwynn, R. S. (Lamar University, Southwest Texas State University)--1.1, 1.5, 10.1, 12.5-6, 22.4, osb 1-2, osb 7
  • H_____, J. C.--10.8
  • Hafner, Martha--osb 2
  • Haley, Alex--8.1, 10.2
  • Haley, David--10.2, 10.4
  • Haley, George Williford Boyce, 1925- (Embassy of the United States of America, Banjul, the Gambia, Obermayer, Rebmann, Maxwell & Hippel, Postal Rate Commission)--8.1, 10.3-4, 16.4-5, 20.10, osb 1, osb 5
  • Hall, Donald, 1928- --5.1, 7.2, 10.2
  • Hall, James B.--14.8, 16.8
  • Hall, Leonard, 1899- (Possom Trot Farm)--5.4
  • Hall, Tom T.--10.5-6, 18.2, osb 1, osb 4
  • Halliburton, Lloyd (Louisiana Tech University)--16.4
  • Hampden-Sidney Poetry Review (Tom O'Grady)--6.10
  • Hansen, Katy--osb 2
  • Hantz, Harold D. (Harold Donovan), 1911- --22.4
  • Harcourt, Brace & World (Rita Vaughan)--7.2
  • Harcourt Brace Jovanovich (Cheryl Crawford, John Devlin, Jacqueline Donnellan, Judith Richard)--2.4, 5.3, 6.5
  • Harington, Donald (South Dakota State University)--5.4
  • Harper & Row Junior Books Group (Barbara A. Dicks)--27.3
  • Harper & Row, Publishers (Helen Lane, Linda S. Rogers)--2.4, 5.3
  • HarperCollins (Firm)--2.1
  • Harrington, Tony--4.2
  • Harrison, Jim, 1937- --5.1
  • Harrison, William (University of Arkansas)--1.9, 6.6
  • Harteis, Richard (Westinghouse Electric Corporation)--2.3
  • Havel, O'Dette--14.7 (with The University)
  • Havird, David Long, 1953- (Centenary College Department of English)--16.4
  • Hawkins, Anne Hunsaker, 1944- (Milton S. Hershey Medical Center)--7.4
  • Haxton, Josephine Ayres, 1921-2012--6.6
  • Hay, Henrietta--osb 2
  • Hayden, Robert, 1913-1980--5.1
  • Hays, Skip--12.5
  • Hazo, Samuel, 1928- (International Poetry Forum)--10.7, 22.4, osb 1
  • Heaney, Jim (Macmillan General Reference)--3.4
  • Heard, Anthony Hazlitt, 1937- --16.5
  • Hecht, Anthony, 1923-2004 (The University of Rochester)--10.2, 11.10 (to John F. Nims)
  • Hedgecock, Jean K.--16.2
  • Heinz, Drue (Drue Heinz Trust)--22.4
  • Hendricks, Ronald Fay (Hendricks Publishing)--2.3
  • Hendrix College (John Churchill, Ann H. Die)--16.4
  • Henry, Ann--osb 2
  • Henry, Carmie--osb 2
  • Henry, Morriss M. (Henry Eye Clinic)--16.3-4
  • Herlihy, James Leo--10.2, 16.5
  • Herman, Shael (Harvard University)--5.8, 8.1, osb 1
  • Hermida, Avelino--8.1
  • Hernandez, Oswaldo--11.3 (with Ledesma, H.)
  • Hershey, Nona--10.2
  • Higginbotham, Jo--osb 1
  • Hirsch, Edward (Wayne State University)--2.3
  • Hoff, Agatha--osb 2
  • Hoffman, Daniel, 1923-2013--7.7
  • Hogarth Press (Susan Daniell)--7.3
  • Hollander, John--5.1
  • Holmes, John Clellon, 1926-1988 (University of Arkansas)--2.5, 3.6, 10.2
  • Holmes, Shirley--10.2 (with Holmes, J.)
  • Hopper, Alexa and Bob--12.6
  • Houghton Mifflin Company (Daphne A. Ehrlich, Matilda W. Welter)--7.6, 27.4
  • Houghton Mifflin Company. Educational Division (David G. Bergquist, Rebecca Brien, Robert C. Dickinson, David R. Helmstadter, Dean Johnson, Pauline Lecomte, Thomas Mancuso, Marcy Nugent, Thomas D. Wittenberg, Lucinda Woodward)--4.9, 25.8
  • Houghton Mifflin Company. Trade and Reference Division (Matilda W. Welter)--28.1
  • House, Don, 1951- (House Photoworks)--osb 1
  • Howard, Frank Edwin--osb 2
  • Howes, Barbara--5.1
  • Hudson, Carolyn--osb 2
  • Hudson, Mabel E.--16.5
  • The Hudson Review (Ron Koury)--8.2
  • Huff, Robert, 1924- (Concerning Poetry)--2.3, 7.2
  • Humes, Harry--osb 2
  • Hummer, T. R. (Oklahoma State University)--2.3
  • Hutchinson, William Asa, 1950- (Congress of the United Sttes)--osb 2
  • Iglesias, Ken--osb 2
  • Illinois Central Gulf Railroad Company (Clifford Massoth)--5.8
  • Ingalls, Mary--16.5
  • Ingersoll, Denise--osb 2
  • Inlet (Joseph H. Harkey)--6.10
  • Insel-Verlag (Helene Ritzerfeld)--7.3
  • Instituto Allende (Bonnie L. Carroll)--8.2
  • International Herald Tribune (Brian Knowlton)--17.5
  • International Poetry Forum (Samuel Hazo)--16.4, 17.5
  • International Poetry Review (Evalyn P. Gill)--7.2-3
  • Italian Cultural Institute (New York, N.Y.) (Marco Miele)--4.2-3
  • J.B. Lippincott Company (Charles Granade, Hubert A. Johnson)--27.3
  • Jaffe, Dan (University of Missouri/Kansas City)--2.3
  • Janeczko, Paul B.--7.4
  • Jason, Philip K., 1941- --27.4
  • Jauss, David (University of Arkansas at Little Rock)--2.5, 11.1, 16.3
  • Jeffries, Jean--6.6
  • Jernigan, Gretta--osb 2
  • Jerome, Judson--5.1
  • Jesson, Bradley D. (Supreme Court of Arkansas)--osb 1
  • John Cushman Associates, Inc. (Phoebe Larmore)--5.2 (see also Larmore, P.)
  • Johnson, Carol (University of North Carolina at Greensboro)--6.6
  • Johnson, Charlotte Wilson--1.4, 3.6
  • Johnson, Jay--osb 2
  • Johnston, Fred, 1951- --1.1
  • Johnston, Mescal, 1921- --11.1
  • Jones, Euine Fay, 1921-2004--16.5
  • Jones, Sue Osment--osb 1
  • Justice, Donald, 1925-2004 (University of Iowa)--1.1, 2.3, 2.8, 3.2, 3.6, 4.2, 5.1, 6.6, 7.2, 11.1, 12.5, 22.4, osb 1-2, osb 5-6
  • Karpowich, Patricia A.--14.4
  • Katkov, Harold--osb 2
  • Kaufman, Teri--10.8
  • Kaywoodie-Yello-bole-Medico (Firm) (Earl Darwin)--5.8
  • Keller, Tim--osb 1
  • Kelley?, _____--osb 1 (mother of Sarah)
  • Kelley, M. Timothy (Sisters of Mercy of the Americas)--osb 2
  • Kemner, Gerald--27.4, 28.1
  • Kemp, Lysander, 1920-1992--2.4
  • Kennedy, Thomas (University of Arkansas)--16.5
  • Kennedy, X. J. (Counter/Measures, Tufts University)--4.2, 7.2, 11.1, osb 1, osb 5
  • Kent, Mae G.--28.1
  • Kent State University. Press (Howard Allen, Sandy Clark, John T. Hubbell)--2.7, 4.7
  • Kenyon Review (Cy Wainscott)--6.9
  • Kerr, John F.--5.8
  • Kessler, Jim (Creative Choices Foundation)--osb 1
  • Kidswrite II (Betsy Penix, Lynette Terrell)--osb 10
  • Kimpel, Ben--5.4
  • Kinnamon, Keneth (University of Arkansas)--1.3, osb 1
  • Kinnell, Galway, 1927-2014 (Queens College of the City University of New York)--5.1
  • Klein, Arthur Luce (World of Words, Inc.)--osb 2
  • Klein, Michael--7.4
  • Koertge, Ron--2.8, osb 1
  • Kooser, Ted--16.5
  • Koren, Edward--12.1 (to John F. Nims)
  • Kreeger, Walter L.--osb 2
  • Kühr, Gerd--6.9
  • Kumin, Maxine, 1925-2014--1.3, 2.5, 11.1
  • Lacy, Edward--10.8
  • Ladd, Cari--osb 2
  • Lahera, Cristina--12.6
  • Lake, Paul, 1951- --osb 1
  • Lally, Margaret (Margaret M.) (The Citadel)--16.5
  • Lander College. President (Larry A. Jackson)--16.4
  • Landess, Tom (The Southern Literary Festival : 1968)--14.7
  • Larmore, Phoebe (John Cushman Associates, Inc., Paul R. Reynolds, Inc.)--7.6
  • Launius, Carl Judson--osb 1
  • Lawrence, Joan--osb 2
  • Lawson, Edwin D., 1923- --27.7
  • Lea, Sydney, 1942- (New England Review)--1.4, 2.3
  • Lechtreck, Elaine A.--7.4
  • Ledesma, Hector--11.3
  • Lee, Alfred M.--6.6
  • Leflar, Helen Finger--5.4
  • Legman, G. (Gershon), 1917- --10.2 (with Holmes, J.)
  • LeMaster, Carolyn Gray--16.3
  • LeSchach, Meg--osb 1
  • Levertov, Denise, 1923-1997--5.1
  • Libido--14.7
  • Library of Congress. Copyright Office (Levon Avdoyan, Bernard C. Dietz, David Levy, Howard Rouff, Jodi R. Sigmon)--6.10, 7.1
  • Lieberman, Laurence (University of Illinois Press)--2.8, 5.1
  • Lighton, Betty--16.3, osb 1-2
  • Lilly Laboratory for Clinical Research (Glenn W. Irwin)--osb 3
  • Linsenmeyer, Helen Walker--osb 2
  • Little, Brown and Company (Christine Glidden)--6.5
  • Locke, Duane (University of Tampa)--6.6
  • Logan, John, 1923-1987 (Choice Magazine, State University of New York at Buffalo)--5.1
  • Logos Press (Steve Dhondt)--8.2
  • Longman Inc. (Valerie Norwood, Monica Reddy)--6.5
  • Los Angeles Times (Renee Tawa)--osb 9
  • Louisiana State University (Baton Rouge, La.). Press (Don Anderson, Judith Bailey, Catherine F. Barton, Mickey Bossier, Becky Brown, Mary Katherine Callaway, Michelle Daigle, Margaret Dalrymple, Charles East, John Easterly, Diana Eyster, Lisa E. Fuglaar, Dawson Gaillard, Dianne Guidry, Martha L. Hall, Margaret Hart, Susan Highleyman, Joanna V. Hill, Mary A. Holt, Beverly Jarrett, Catherine Landry, Malayne Lulich, Adrian Menapace, Barbara O'Neil Phillips, Barbara D. Outland, Janey Peters, L. E. Phillibaum, Michael Pinkston, Claudette Price, Julie Schorfheide, Robert T. Summer, Catherine Sylvia, Kristi Wallace, Richard L. Schorfheide, Robert T. Summer, Catherine Sylvia, Kristi Wallace, Richard L. Wentworth)--1.1, 1.3-4, 1.6, 1.9, 2.1, 2.3-4, 3.3, 4.1, 4.3, 7.4, 7.7-8, 8.3, 12.7 (to Leon Stokesbury), 20.1, osb 5
  • Lovill, Jeffry--27.7
  • Lowell, Robert, 1917-1977--11.3
  • Loyola University (New Orleans, La.). Department of Journalism (Ralph T. Bell)--14.7
  • Loyola University (New Orleans, La.). Vice President for Business and Finance (John L. Eckholdt)--14.7
  • Ludvigson, Susan--osb 1-2
  • Luker, Leon--14.4
  • Lydenberg, Robin, 1947- --27.4
  • Lyle, Katie Letcher, 1938- --6.6
  • The Lyric (Ruby A. Roberts)--6.10
  • M.I.T. Press (Roger L. Conover)--8.2
  • McAllister & Wade (Firm) (Lynn F. Wade)--14.4 (with Fayetteville … Manager), 14.5, 16.7
  • McAllister, Wade, Burke & Eldridge (Firm) (Lynn F. Wade)--14.5
  • McAuley, James J.--22.4, osb 2
  • Macauley, Robie (The Kenyon Review)--6.7 (with Simmons, E.)
  • McCall Publishing Company (Susan Stanwood)--7.6
  • McCauley, Rhonda--11.2
  • McCay, Mary A. (Walker Percy Center)--7.4
  • McClure, Chad (Oregon College of Education)--8.1
  • McDaniels, Imogene--osb 1-2
  • McDougall, Jo (Northeast Louisiana University, Pittsburg State University)--1.5, 3.3, 11.4-5, 16.3, 16.5, osb 1, osb 10
  • McFarland, Thomas L.--osb 1
  • McGowan, William (Springdale Family Medical Clinic, P.A.)--osb 2
  • McGraw Hill Book Company (George W. Kisker)--6.9
  • McGraw-Hill Companies--28.1
  • McGuire, _____--osb 2
  • McIlroy, Hayden--osb 1
  • McIntosh and Otis, Inc. (Patricia Schartle)--6.6 (also with Dubus, A.)
  • McIntosh, McKee & Dodds, Inc. (Elizabeth McKee)--6.6
  • McKay, Phoebe--7.6
  • McKenna, Rosalie Thorne--5.3
  • McKinley, James (New Letters)--16.5
  • McLarty, Thomas F.--osb 2
  • Macmillan Distribution Ltd. (J. Peppiatt)--2.4
  • McNair, Martha and Malcolm--16.3
  • McNair, Thomas, 1936- (Centenary College of Louisiana)--6.6
  • McPherson, James Alan, 1943- --5.7
  • McWhorter, Kay--16.3
  • The Mad River Review (Dick Allen)--6.10
  • Madison, Bernard L. (University of Arkansas)--1.5, 16.3, 16.5
  • Magdalene, David--14.8
  • Maginnes, Al--osb 1
  • Malco Theatres, Inc. (Paul Dodson)--osb 3
  • Malley, Kathleen--7.2
  • Malof, Joseph, 1934- --13.7
  • Margolis, Gary (State University College at Buffalo)--5.1
  • Marion County Chamber of Commerce (Tex.) (Cecile Richard)--5.9
  • Marr, Jack and Jo--16.3
  • Marta Fernández Literary Agency (David C. Smith)--8.2
  • Martin, Edward--3.2
  • Martin, Herbert Woodward--osb 1
  • Martin, Karen--osb 1
  • Martin, Philip (Arkansas Democrat-Gazette)--2.8, osb 1-2
  • Martin, Thomas D.--osb 2
  • Martinez, Lorna--14.8
  • Martz, William J. (Ripon College)--4.8
  • Masterson, Dan, 1934- (Manhattanville College, Rockland Community College)--2.3, 5.1, 7.7, 11.6-8
  • Meadowbrook Press (Minnetonka, Minn.) (Heather Hooper)--14.7
  • Meckel, Christoph--7.3
  • Memphis State University Press (J. Ralph Randolph)--2.3
  • Meredith, William, 1919-2007 (Connecticut College, International Poetry Forum)--1.4, 2.3, 11.3
  • Merino Urrutia, René--4.7
  • Merwin, W. S. (William Stanley), 1927- --5.1, 11.3
  • Meschery, Joanne, 1941- --osb 2
  • Metcalf, Ronald W.--16.7
  • Mewshaw, Michael, 1943- (University of Texas at Austin)--6.5
  • Mezey, Robert--2.4. 11.3, 12.5
  • Middlesex County Cultural and Heritage Commission (N.J.) (Anna M. Ashkencs)--27.4
  • Midwest (Rob Cuscaden)--6.10
  • Miles, Josephine, 1911-1985--5.1
  • Milkweed Editions (Firm : Minneapolis, Minn.) (Daniel Slager, Kate Strickland)--7.4
  • Miller, Heather Ross, 1939- --16.5
  • Miller, Michael--13.6
  • Miller, Sheila--osb 1
  • Miller, Vassar--5.1, 6.6
  • Mills, William, 1935- --5.1, 7.4, 16.5
  • Minetree, Harry (Memphis State University)--6.6
  • Minnesota Public Radio (Liz Fleischmann)--1.6
  • Mississippi State Historical Museum (Patti Carr Black)--13.4 (to John Stone)
  • Missouri Pacific Railroad Company (Harry E. Hammer)--5.9
  • Missouri Review (Marnie Prange)--7.1
  • Mohring, Ron--12.6
  • Montgomery, Marion (University of Georgia)--6.6
  • Morphew, Jason--osb 2
  • Morris, Harry, 1924- (Florida State University)--6.6
  • Morris, John L. (Washington University, St. Louis)--1.6
  • Morris, Lois Lawson--osb 2
  • Motive (Alan D. Austin)--6.10
  • Mukand, Jon, 1959- (The University Hospital)--27.4
  • Mundus Artium (Rainer Schulte)--8.2
  • Murad, Timothy, 1944- (University of Vermont)--osb 1
  • Murphy, Russell E. (Russell Elliott) (The Veiled Horn Press)--5.4, 20.1
  • Murray, Grover E. (Grover Elmer), 1916-2003 (Texas Tech University)--osb 2
  • Myers, Kelly--11.2
  • Myrick, John--11.2
  • National Museum of History and Technology (John H. White Jr.)--5.9
  • Nayle, Bob--osb 2
  • Negative Capability (Sue Walker)--17.5
  • Nelson, Mae--13.6
  • Nemerov, Howard (Bennington College, Brandeis University, Library of Congress, The New Yorker, Washington University)--2.3, 11.3, 20.2, 28.1
  • Nemerov, Margaret--7.1, 11.3 (with Nemerov, H.)
  • Neugarden?,--osb l-2
  • New American Library (Chris Hagelstein)--27.4
  • New Directions Publishing Corp. (Else Albrecht-Carrié, James Laughlin, Frederick R. Martin, Lucy Ohannessian)--1.4, 5.5-6, 6.9, 7.3, 8.1
  • New England Review (David Huddle)--7.4, 17.5
  • New Letters (James McKinley)--17.5, 27.4
  • New Mexico Quarterly (Roland Dickey)--6.10
  • New Orleans Public Schools (Daniel A. Allain, Jr.)--14.3
  • New Orleans Review (Bill Corrington, Leisa Flynn, Dawson Gaillard, Mary A. McCay, Sophia Stone, Joe Tetlow)--8.1, 14.7, 17.5
  • The New South Quarterly (Ken Yglesias)--14.7
  • New Times (Peter Joseph)--14.4
  • New York Public Library (Mildred Prause)--5.9
  • The New York Quarterly (William Packard)--13.7 (to Lewis Turco)
  • New York Times (Barbara Langenberger)--6.10
  • The New Yorker (Ruth C. Rogin)--6.5
  • Nims, Bonnie Larkin--12.1, osb 2
  • Nims, John Frederick, 1913-1999 (Poetry)--4.2, 5.1, 11.9-10, 12.1-2, 16.5, osb 1-2
  • Nolan, Budget--osb 2
  • North Dakota Quarterly (Robert W. Lewis, Jay Meek)--17.5
  • Northwest Arkansas Times (Jerry B. Smith)--14.4
  • Northwest Engineers, Inc. (Harry G. Gray)--14.5
  • A Nosegay in Black (Thomas Blevins, Winfred Blevins)--6.10, 7.4
  • Nunn, Bill (The Nunn Group)--5.4
  • Nutt, Laurie--16.2
  • Oates, Joyce Carol, 1938- --5.1
  • Oberlin Quarterly (Robert Shaheen)--6.10
  • O'Connor, Flannery--11.3
  • The Ohio Review (Bin Ramke)--14.7
  • Ohio State University Press (Weldon A. Kefauver)--5.3
  • Ohio University Press (Betty Poston)--2.4
  • Oklahoma. Department of Libraries (Charlaine Ezell)--7.4
  • Okopenko, Andreas, 1930-2010--7.3
  • Oldham, Frank--osb 1
  • Olive, Jeannie--6.6
  • Oliver, Diane, 1943-1966--6.6
  • O'Neil, Robert--7.4
  • Oregon State University. Press (J. Kenneth Munford)--28.3 (to Raphael Rudnik)
  • Osborn, Carolyn, 1934- --6.6
  • Osing, Gordon, 1937- --20.2, osb 2
  • The Other Side (Doug Davidson)--17.5
  • Ousterhout, Evelyn R.--osb 2
  • Overby, Dolores--14.8
  • Owen, Guy, 1925-1981 (North Carolina State College Raleigh)--6.6
  • Oxford University Press (Christine Scard)--2.3
  • Pack, Robert, 1929- (Middlebury College)--2.7. 5.2, 6.9, 7.2
  • Pageant Press (Pat Marlowe)--6.10
  • Parini, Jay--2.4
  • Parra, Nicanor, 1917- --12.3
  • Patchen, Kenneth, 1911-1972--5.1, 12.3
  • Patchen, Miriam--7.2, 12.3 (with Patchen, K.)
  • Patterson, Lindsay--6.6
  • Paulson, David--osb 2
  • Paulson, Kathleen W.--14.2
  • Peachtree Publishers (Wayne T. Elliott)--6.9
  • Pearson Higher Education (Firm) (Stanley Mancuso)--7.4
  • Peck, John, 1941- (Mount Holyoke College)--6.5
  • Pederson, Donald O. (University of Arkansas)--16.5
  • Pelaez, Maria Alejandra--osb 1
  • Pelegrin, Alison--12.6
  • Penguin (Firm) (Thelma Philip)--6.5
  • Penn Central Transportation Company (U. William Cunitz)--5.9
  • Pennsylvania State University. Wilkes-Barre Campus (Martha Hadsel)--27.4
  • Percy, Walker, 1916-1990--11.3 (with Nemerov, H.)
  • Perivale Press (Lawrence P. Spingarn)--4.4
  • Perkins, David M. (University of Illinois Press)--22.4, osb 1
  • Perry, Ronald, 1932- --6.6
  • Perutz, Kathrin, 1939- --16.5
  • Peterson, _____--12.6 (with Christoffel, C.)
  • Pettway, Alice--1.8, 14.8
  • Philips, Janet--osb 2
  • Phillabaum, Leslie E.--16.5
  • Phillips, Jake (J. R.)--osb 1
  • Pittman, Betty L.--15.5
  • Poetry [magazine] (Helen Klaviter, Joseph Parisi)--1.6, 27.4
  • Poetry Now (E. V. Griffith)--5.9, 8.2, 14.7
  • Poetry Society of Georgia (Dick Vernon)--17.7
  • Powers, Ron--27.4
  • Prairie Schooner (Virginia Faulkner, Bernice Slote)--6.10
  • Prentice-Hall, Inc. (Susan T. Anderson, Sheryl Fullerton)--8.2, 27.4
  • Price, Jonathan--5.1
  • Price, Reynolds, 1933-2011--6.6
  • Pritchett, Kay, 1946- --16.3
  • Pryor, Barbara--12.3 (with Pryor, D.)
  • Pryor, David, 1934- (United States Senate)--12.3, 16.3, 16.5
  • Pugh, Jo Ann--osb 2
  • Pumphrey, Sue--11.2
  • Purvis, Hoyt H. (University of Arkansas)--1.5
  • Quaid Insurance Agency (Herbert C. Quaid)--14.4
  • Quinn, Mary Bernetta--osb 2
  • Radtke, Rosetta--osb 2
  • Ramous, Osvaldo, 1905- --osb 4
  • Ramsey, Doug--16.3, 22.4, osb 1
  • Ramsey, Paul, 1924- (University of Chattanooga)--6.6
  • Randolph, Vance, 1892-1980--10.2 (with Holmes, J.)
  • Random House (Firm) (Essie Baker, Bob Bernstein, Pat Chu, June Fischbein, Richard Garretson, Linda R. Gemmell, Barbara Kenealy, Vivian Lamont Gottlib, Patricia Klossner, Bob Loomis, Jean-Isabel McNutt, Toni Morrison, Bruce Pickering, James B. Smith, June Smith, Jess Stein, Gerald Summer)--2.3, 2.7, 5.2, 5.7, 7.6, 8.2, 17.5
  • Rank, Duke--osb 2
  • Ransom, John Crowe, 1888-1974 (The Kenyon Review)--6.7 (with Simmons, E.), 12.4
  • Rapture (Isha Tejan-Cole)--20.10
  • Rathburn, Chelsea, 1975- --12.5-6
  • Reader's Digest (Louise Dunbar, William Barnabas McHenry, Dewitt Wallace)--8.1, osb 9
  • Redbook (William B. Hart)--5.9
  • Reed, Rex--6.6
  • Reed, Roy, 1930- --1.6, 5.4, osb 2
  • Renaissance (San Francisco, Cal.) (John)--6.10
  • Residenz Verlag (Renate Buchmann)--7.3
  • Rhodes, Bob (Starland)--osb 1
  • Rice, Penny and Bill--osb 2
  • Rice, Willie Lee, Jr.--8.1
  • Rich, Adrienne, 1929-2012--5.1
  • Ricketts, Mary Jane--10.8
  • Rigby Limited (M. Kowalick)--5.6
  • Robinson, James W., 1923- (Louisiana State University)--7.7
  • Rockefeller, Terry Kay (The Great Depression)--osb 6
  • Rockland Community College (Suffern, N.Y.) (Henry V. Larom)--8.1
  • Rocky Mountain Times (Patti Thorne)--osb 9
  • Rogers, Julie T.--22.4
  • Rollán Riesco, José--7.3
  • Rose, Marilyn Gaddis--osb 1
  • Rosenberg, Jessie--6.6
  • Roth Publishing, Inc. (Harvey Roth)--6.9
  • Rottmann, Larry, 1942- (Republic Monitor, Southwest Missouri State University)--16.5, osb 2
  • Roy, Ben A.--6.6
  • Royals, Thomas E. (Thomas E. Royals & Associates)--16.3
  • Rubenstein, Leonard H. (David H. Seelig, attorney at law)--14.3
  • Rubert Publications (Florence Rubert Wray)--14.4
  • Rubin, Larry, 1930- --6.6
  • Rutgers University Press (Christina E. Blake, Anne Lombardo, Cary T. Peebles, Alexa Pinto, William Sloan, Helen Stewart)--2.1, 2.3, 2.7, 5.1, 9.1, 27.3
  • Ryden, John G. (Yale University Press)--8.5
  • Safeco Insurance Companies--16.7
  • Saffell, Jim W.--8.1
  • St. James Press (George Walsh, Rosalie Murphy)--8.2
  • St. Louis-San Francisco Railway Company (Martin M. Pomphrey)--5.9
  • St. Louis Southwestern Railway Company (M. W. Hamil)--5.9
  • Sam Houston Literary Review (Paul Ruffin)--6.10
  • Sanders, David--22.4, osb 1-2
  • Sanders, Miller, Downing, Rubin & Kean (Firm) (Alvin B. Rubin)--8.1
  • Saunders, Nancy--14.8
  • Savage Press (Judith James)--17.5
  • Scanlon, Robert--10.8
  • Schäfer, Lothar, 1944- --16.5
  • Schaeffer, Archie, III (Tyson)--osb 2
  • Schroeder, Becky--osb 2
  • Scott, Foresman and Company (Cheryl Besenjak, Amanda Clark, Susan Craig, Alison M. Ellis, J. A. Griffiths, Linda F. Neslage, Caroline Potts, Geraldine C. Simmons)--7.1, 7.4, 16.4
  • Scott, Foresman and Company. College Division (Amanda Baker, Frederick G. Knell, Patricia L. Koob, Amanda McCloy)--4.8
  • Seaboard Coast Line Railroad (Edison H. Thomas)--5.9
  • Searchinger, Gene--9.8
  • Sears, Theresa L. (University of Illinois Press)--2.8, osb 1-2
  • Seghers (Firm) (Béatrix Vernet)--7.2
  • Self, Debbie--14.8
  • Semyonov, Yuri (Progress Publishers)--8.5
  • Seward, William--osb 2
  • Sexton, Anne, 1928-1974--5.1, 7.2
  • Shambaugh, Joan--osb 2
  • Shannon, Bob--osb 2
  • Shapiro, Karl, 1913-2000--11.10 (to John F. Nims)
  • Sheekey, Edward Patrick (La Salle College)--6.6 (with Ramsey, P.)
  • Sheets, Linda--14.8
  • Shenandoah (James Boatwright, Helen Schuler)--5.9, 6.10
  • Showcase Arkansas '96 (Susan Schallborn)--14.7
  • Shull, Susan--16.2
  • Shuman, Ronald B., 1908-1979--5.9
  • Silbert, Layle--5.3
  • Silverman, Stuart Jay, 1933- --5.1
  • Simmons, Edgar--6.7
  • Simpson, Ethel (University of Arkansas Libraries)--16.5
  • Simpson, Louis, 1923-2012--1.1, 5.1, 16.5
  • Slavitt, David R., 1935- --2.3, 4.2, 5.1
  • Sloan, Gerry--1.6
  • Smith, Dave, 1942- --11.7 (to Dan Masterson)
  • Smith, Elizabeth G.--2.5
  • Smith, Rebecca and Jason--osb 2
  • Smith, William Jay, 1918- (Hollins College)--5.1, 6.7
  • The Smith (Harry Smith)--2.1, 14.7
  • Smithsonian Institution (Virginia M. Fleischman)--5.9
  • Snodgrass, W. D. (William De Witt), 1926-2009--12.4
  • Snow, Nan, 1936- --osb 1
  • Snyder, Gary, 1930- (State University College at Buffalo)--5.1
  • Société d'Éditions Musicales Internationales (Joëlle Galante)--7.2
  • Société des Nouvelles Éditions Eddie Barclay (Patrick Vilaret)--7.2
  • Sorrells, Robert T., 1932- --6.7
  • Sosnik, N.--osb 1
  • Southern Humanities Review (Norman A. Brittin)--6.10
  • Southern Pacific Transportation Company (Joseph L. Bart Jr., William L. Robertson)--5.9
  • Southern Poetry Review (Guy Owen)--6.10, 7.4
  • Southern Railway (U.S.) (William F. Geeslin, Marcia A. Larson)--5.9
  • Southern Voices (Carol King-Roberts)--14.7 (with Swansea, C.)
  • Southwestern Electric Power Company (Ivan Faulkner)--14.4 (with Fayetteville … Manager)
  • Spacks, Barry (Massachusetts Institute of Technology)--5.1
  • Sparks, Eula Fay--osb 2
  • Spencer, S?--osb 1
  • Spoken Arts (Arthur Luce Klein)--8.3
  • Springer, Barbara J.--osb 1
  • Squassi, Paolo E.--4.3
  • Stafford, William, 1914-1993 (Lewis and Clark College)--5.1, 12.4
  • State Farm Insurance Companies (Scott Waller)--16.7
  • State Historical Society of Colorado (Christopher Compton)--5.9
  • State University College (Oswego, N.Y.) (Laree H. Pease)--13.7 (with Turco, L.)
  • Stauffacher, Karen--osb 1
  • Stauffacher, William H.--16.5
  • Steele, Timothy--24.8, osb 1
  • Stefanile, Felix, 1920- --osb 2
  • Stevens, Shane--8.10
  • Stewart, Cynthia Stone--14.8
  • Stewart, Vincent (Northeast Missouri State Teachers College, Kirksville)--6.7
  • Stokesbury, Leon, 1945- (Georgia State University, Hollins College, Lamar University, University of Southwestern Louisiana)--12.7-8, 16.5, osb 2
  • Stone, John, 1936- (Grady Memorial Hospital, Woodruff Medical Center of Emory University)--12.5, 13.1-6, 13.3-4 (to John Ciardi), 13.5 (to Edward Cifelli), 14.7 (with The University), osb 1
  • Stone, John H.--13.6
  • Stone, Nelson Mae--see Nelson, Mae
  • Stone, Sarah Lucretia Crymes--13.2
  • Story Press--7.4
  • Stout, Ken--16.5, osb 2
  • Stover, Carl--14.8
  • Stover, Marthelle--12.6
  • Strand, Mark, 1934-2014--5.1
  • Stroud, Ellis Gatewood--14.8
  • Stuart, Dabney, 1937- (Washington and Lee University)--6.7
  • Stuck, Dorothy D., 1921- --osb 1
  • Sugg, B. Alan (Office of the President, University of Arkansas)--16.5, osb 2
  • Summerlin, Brad--12.6
  • Swallow Press (Donna Ippolito)--2.7
  • Swann, Brian--4.2
  • Swansea, Charleen (Red Clay, Red Clay Books, Southern Voices)--6.7, 14.7
  • Tappouni, Terry--20.2, osb 1
  • Tart, Indrek, 1946- --8.8
  • Tassin, Anthony G.--14.8, osb 1
  • Taylor, Bruce--2.3, 13.7, osb 1
  • Taylor, Henry, 1942- (The Noonday Bookshop)--1.6, 6.7
  • Taylor, Robert C.--osb 2
  • Taylor, William E., 1920- (Stetson University)--6.7
  • Teitelbaum, Michael (MHT Communications/Marketing)--osb 1
  • Teller, Emily--osb 2
  • Terrones, A. J. (Elmhurst Chamber of Commerce and Industry)--osb 2
  • Tetlow, Joseph A.--14.7 (with Loyola … Vice President)
  • The Texas Quarterly (Betty Burkhalter)--6.10
  • Third Way (Huw Spanner)--17.7
  • Thomas, Derek--14.8
  • Thomas, Willy B.--osb 2
  • Thompson, Curtis R.--16.2
  • Thomson, Ned (Thomson-Shore, Inc.)--osb 1
  • Tilghman, Romalyn--16.8
  • Time Inc. (B. Parks)--14.4
  • Time-Life Picture Agency (Hannah B. Bruce)--5.8 (with Kaywoodie)
  • Times Books (New York, N.Y.) (Peter S. Smith)--17.7
  • Timofeyev, N. S. (Moscow University Press)--8.5
  • Tirone, Americo--2.2, 3.9, 12.6, 13.7
  • Todd, Donald--osb 1
  • Tompkins, Randy--10.8
  • Torrey, Kate Douglas--osb 1
  • Trains (George Drury, Daniel P. Morgan)--5.9
  • Tseng Information Systems, Inc.--2.8
  • Turco, Lewis (Ashland University, Mathom Press Enterprises, State University of New York. College of Arts and Science at Oswego)--2.3, 5.1, 7.4, 7.7, 13.7 (also to University of Arkansas Press), 20.2, 22.4, 27.5, osb 1
  • Turrentine, Arnie--osb 1
  • Twiggs, James, 1933- --1.4, osb 1
  • Union Pacific Railroad Company (Barry B. Combs, E. C. Schafer, Valerie L. Young)--5.9
  • United States. Assistant Secretary of State for the Office of Congressional Relations (Powell A. Moore)--12.3 (with Pryor, D.)
  • United States. Bureau of Educational and Cultural Affairs (Lucy T. Briggs)--16.4
  • United States. Congress. Joint Congressional Committee on Inaugural Ceremonies (John Warner)--osb 1
  • United States. Department of Commerce. Deputy Assistant Secretary for Domestic Business Policy (Walter A. Hamilton)--14.4 (with Chrysler Motors)
  • United States. Embassy (India) (Milan Daskaloff)--osb 4
  • United States. Embassy (Mexico) (Edward A. Elly, Richard B. Phillips)--16.4
  • United States. Foreign Service (Gaylon L. Caldwell)--16.4
  • United States. Internal Revenue Service. Austin Service Center (Dorothy Domann)--14.3
  • United States. Office of Inter-American Affairs (J. Manuel Espinosa)--16.4
  • United States Information Agency (Elizabeth Carver)--16.4
  • United States Postal Service (Marvin Runyon)--10.4 (to George Haley)
  • Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México. Centro de Estudios Angloamericanos (Josefina V. de Knauth)--16.4
  • The University (University of Arkansas, Fayetteville) (Rebecca Tucker)--14.7
  • University of Arkansas, Fayetteville--16.4
  • University of Arkansas, Fayetteville. Office of the Chancellor (Daniel E. Ferritor, John A. White)--10.4 (also to George Haley), osb 5
  • University of Arkansas, Fayetteville. Office of the President (Charles E. Bishop, Gary D. Chamberlin)--osb 4-5
  • University of Arkansas Press (Martha Estes, Miller Williams)--27.4
  • University of Chicago. Press (Joan Steck)--2.3
  • University of Georgia. Press (Paul Zimmer)--2.3, 20.1
  • University of Hawaii at Manoa. College of Education. Curriculum Research & Development Group (George R. Drick)--27.4
  • University of Illinois (Urbana-Champaign Campus). Press (C. D. Anderson, Cope Cumpston, Paula Erwin, Kim Grossmann, Barbara Horne, Kathleen Kornell, Patt Leonard, Larry Lieberman, Heather Munson, David M. Perkins, Bill Regier, Janice Roney, Camilla Sanders, Lisa Savage, Theresa L. Sears, Stephanie Smith, Harriet P. Stokanes, Richard L. Wentworth)--2.1, 2.4, 2.8, 3.2, 3.4-5, 6.9, 7.1, 7.4, 8.1, 20.1
  • University of Massachusetts Press--6.5
  • University of Michigan. Medical Center. Department of Internal Medicine (Joel D. Howell)--27.4
  • University of Missouri Press (Susan Chaffin, Linda H. Frech, Beverly Jarrett, Karen D. Kaplinger, Marilynn Keil, Susan E. Kelpe, Edward King, Linda P. Korte, Jane Lago, Janice L. Smiley, Clair Willcox)--1.1, 2.3, 5.2, 5.4, 6.5, 8.2, 20.1
  • University of Nebraska Press (Elaine M. Duntz, Elaine Maruhn, Ellen M. Stitt)--2.3, 6.10 (with Prairie Schooner), 7.1
  • University of North Carolina Press (Anne L. Tice)--2.3, 6.5
  • University of Texas Press (Zora Molitor)--2.3
  • University of Toronto Press (Heidi Ragsdale)--2.1
  • University Press of Kentucky (Allison Webster)--6.9
  • University Press of New England (Thomas L. McFarland)--7.1 (also to Peachtree Publishers)
  • Upton, Laura Knight--10.8
  • Uribe, Armando--7.2
  • Utah State University. Press (Michael Spooner)--14.1 (with Viereck, P.)
  • V_____, Sheri?--osb 2
  • Valentino, Debra--osb 1
  • Van Ackeren, Frederick--10.8
  • Van Cleave, Ryan G.--7.2
  • Vantage Recording Company (A. Alan Botto)--5.7
  • Victor, Thomas--5.3
  • Vieira, Susan Weidman--6.7
  • Viereck, Peter, 1916-2006 (Mount Holyoke College)--4.9, 5.1, 7.2, 14.1
  • Villard, Katharine N. (Northwest Arkansas Community College)--16.5
  • Virginia Quarterly Review (Charlotte Kohler)--6.10
  • W.W. Norton & Company (Mary E. Ryan)--6.5
  • Wade, McAllister, Wade & Burke (Firm) (Lynn F. Wade)--14.4 (with Karpowich, P. and with Luker, L.)
  • Wakoski, Diane--5.1
  • Waldron, Herschel L.--8.1
  • Walker, Sandra Venezia, 1949- (U.S. Department of Education)--osb 1
  • Wallace, Robert, 1932- (Case Western Reserve University)--1.1, 2.8, 13.7 (to Lewis Turco), 24.8, osb 2
  • Walton, Sam, 1918-1992 (Wal-Mart Stores, Inc.)--14.1
  • Warren, Robert Penn, 1916-2006--5.1
  • Washington Square Films (Bob Holman, Anne Mullen)--17.7
  • Watkins, Rachel--11.2
  • Watson, Robert, 1925-2012 (University of North Carolina at Greensboro)--6.7
  • Webb, Atha--16.4, osb 2
  • Weesner, Theodore (University of New Hampshire)--5.9
  • Weiss, Walter--3.7, 29.1
  • Welsh, Bruce--12.6
  • Wentworth, Richard L. (University of Illinois Press)--16.3
  • Wesleyan University (Middletown, Conn.). Press (Marjorie Anne Bennett, Ada Fung, Willard A. Lockwood)--2.1, 2.4, 7.2
  • West, Don--5.4
  • West, Elliott, 1945- (University of Arkansas Department of History)--16.3
  • West, Sarge and Shirley--16.3
  • Weston, Alex--14.8
  • Whillock, Carl S. (University of Arkansas. Vice President for Governmental Relations and Public Service)--16.4, osb 2
  • White, Ellington (Longwood College)--6.7
  • White, John A., 1940- (University of Arkansas)--22.4
  • White, Leonard L. (Leonard Lewis) (Loyola University)--5.1
  • Whitehead, Guendaline Graeber--14.2, 16.5
  • Whitehead, James (University of Arkansas)--6.7, 10.8, 14.2, 22.4
  • Wilbur, Richard, 1921- (Wesleyan University)--5.1, 14.1, osb 2
  • Wilentz, Ted (Corinth Books, Inc.)--5.1 [re Charles Olson]
  • Wilkinson, Sylvia, 1940- (Asheville-Biltmore College)--6.7
  • William Morris Agency (Lisel Eisenheimer, Owen Laster)--5.7, 6.6 (with Harrison, W. and Minetree, H.)
  • William Morrow and Company (James Landis)--7.6, 8.2
  • William Rockhill Nelson Gallery of Art and Mary Atkins Museum of Fine Arts (Ellen R. Goheen)--5.4
  • Williams, Aubrey L.--12.1 (to John F. Nims)
  • Williams, Betty--16.5
  • Williams, Carol A.--osb 2
  • Williams, Clark--osb 2
  • Williams, Franklin Springer--16.5
  • Williams, Greg--osb 1
  • Williams, Hayden--12.6, 14.8, osb 2
  • Williams, John, 1922-1994 (University of Denver)--5.1, 16.5
  • Williams, Jonathan, 1929-2008 (Nantahala Foundation)--6.7
  • Williams, Karyn--osb 2
  • Williams, Lucinda--16.3
  • Williams, Murrell and Ocena--osb 1
  • Williams, Robert--14.8
  • Williams, Suzanne Brockmeier--osb 1
  • Wilson, Amy (Regents/Prentice Hall)--1.9
  • Wilson, Tom and Jeanie--12.6, 22.4, osb 2
  • Woessner, Warren (Abraxas)--5.9
  • Wojahn, David, 1953- --2.4
  • Wolcott, Allison--12.6
  • Wood, Cliff L. (County College of Morris)--osb 2
  • Woods, Henry, 1918-2002 (United States District Court, Eastern District of Arkansas)--16.3
  • Woods, John, 1926- --2.5
  • Wright, C. D., 1949- --5.4
  • Wright, Charles, 1935- (University of California, Irvine; University of Iowa)--5.1, 6.7
  • Writers Digest (Aron M. Mathieu, Chuck Sambuchino)--2.1, 8.2
  • Yale University Press (Ann S. Bujalski)--2.4, 6.5
  • Yamamoto, Frank--10.8
  • Yankee Publishing Incorporated (Ann M. Grow)--7.1
  • Yates, Richard, 1926-1992--14.1
  • Yeager, Kitty Clingan, 1927- --osb 2
  • Yeagley, Joan--16.5
  • Young, Al, 1939- --5.9, 14.8, osb 1-2
  • Young, Christine (American Academy in Rome)--4.2
  • Young Harris College (Janice Moore)--17.5
  • Yount, John, 1935- --1.3, 4.2
  • Zahniser, Ed--5.4
  • Zimmer, Paul--2.8 (to University of Illinois Press), A1
  • _____, Barbara--16.5, osb 1
  • _____, Barbara (wife of Bob)--osb 2
  • _____, Bill? and Merlee?--16.5
  • _____, Blancca--12.6
  • _____, Bob (husband of Barbara)--osb 2
  • _____, Chet--osb 4
  • _____, Claire? and Michael--12.6
  • _____, Clarence (Hallnote Music)--18.2
  • _____, Donald (The 53rd Presidential Inaugural)--2.2
  • _____, Harry (of Pennsylvania)--16.5
  • _____, Jack (of Kivaco)--12.6
  • _____, John (of Little Rock)--osb 1
  • _____, Lynne (University of North Alabama)--osb 1
  • _____, Nancy--osb 2
  • _____, Rita (of Jackson, Miss.?)--16.5
  • _____, Robert--osb 8
  • _____, Ruth (student at Millbrook High School)--osb 2
  • _____, Sandy--12.6
  • _____, Susan--osb 2
  • _____, Tara--12.6