Stuart, Jesse, 1906-1984

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Jesse Stuart was a famous Kentucky novelist, short-story writer, poet, and teacher.

From the description of Broadside, ca. 1950. (Filson Historical Society, The). WorldCat record id: 49342685

Chuck Hand, antiques dealer and teacher, was a personal friend of Jesse Stuart. His interest in Jesse Stuart began in 1966. He earned an MA in geography from EIU in 1973 and taught in Paris, IL from 1967-1999. Chuck became a rare book dealer in 1989, specializing in Abraham Lincoln.

From the description of Jesse Stuart collection, 1930-2001. (Fisk University). WorldCat record id: 778791689

Lucille Jordan Palmer was a classmate of Stuart's at Lincoln Memorial University, Harrogate, Tennessee. They remained friends until his death.

From the description of Correspondence : to Lucille Jordan Palmer, 1953-1980 / Jesse Stuart. (University of South Carolina). WorldCat record id: 36094981

Kentucky author and poet.

From the description of Letters to Dayton Kohlerm 1955-1960. (University of Virginia). WorldCat record id: 54994153

American poet and novelist.

From the description of Jesse Stuart poem "How Can I Greet You?" [manuscript] 1971. (Ohio University). WorldCat record id: 13059763

Kentucky novelist and poet.

From the description of Short story, 21 May 1973. (Filson Historical Society, The). WorldCat record id: 49337065

Jesse Stuart was born on August 8, 1906, in W-Hollow, near Riverton, Kentucky, the son of Mitchell and Martha Hilton Stuart. After graduation from local schools, he attended Lincoln Memorial University, graduating in 1929, and went on to attend graduate school at Vanderbilt University and Peabody College. He taught school in Greenup County, Kentucky, and Portsmouth, Ohio, and served as superintendent of Greenup County schools from 1932 until 1934. In 1934, his first major book of verse, Man with a Bull-Tongued Plow, appeared, and he received the Jeannette Sewal Davis poetry prize. In 1937, the award of a Guggenheim fellowship allowed him to travel abroad. During World War II he served in the United States Naval Reserve, attaining the rank of lieutenant (junior grade). He resumed his travels abroad by accepting the position of visiting professor of English and education at the American University, Cairo, Egypt, during 1960 and 1961; in 1962 and 1963 he served as an American specialist abroad for the Bureau of Educational and Cultural Affairs of the State Department. He also traveled in the Middle and Far East as a lecturer for the United States Information Service. He was the recipient of many awards, among them the Academy of Arts and Sciences award, the Thomas Jefferson Memorial award, the Berea College Centennial award for literature, the Academy of American Poets award, several honorary degrees, and a nomination for the Pulitzer Prize. In 1939, he married Naomi Deane Norris; their daughter, Jessica Jane Stuart (Mrs. Julian Juergensmeyer), is also an accomplished author and poet. Prior to his death on February 17, 1984, Jesse Stuart had been seriously ill and bedfast for four years, following a long history of heart attacks and a massive stroke. He was buried in the Plum Grove cemetery near his home in W-Hollow.

From the description of The Jesse Stuart Papers, 1929-1986. (Marshall University). WorldCat record id: 731954479

From the description of Addendum to the Jesse Stuart Papers, 1930-1986. (Marshall University). WorldCat record id: 731954554

Teacher, farmer, author. Born in Greenup County, Kentucky. Graduated from Lincoln Memorial University in 1929. Teacher and administrator in Kentucky for many years. A prolific author, Mr. Stuart wrote many novels, short stories and poems.

From the description of Jesse Stuart collection, 1968-1974. (Ohio University). WorldCat record id: 27203446

Kentucky author.

From the description of Letters, 1955-1971. (Filson Historical Society, The). WorldCat record id: 49337064

From the description of Papers, 1940-1978. (Washington State University). WorldCat record id: 29853647

Author and educator.

From the description of Jesse Stuart autograph note, 1950 May 9. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 70984270

Jesse Hilton Stuart, writer, was born in Greenup County, Kentucky, on August 8, 1906. He earned a degree at Lincoln Memorial University in Harrogate, Tennessee, in 1929 and then returned to Greenup County to teach. He began writing stories about the hill people of northeastern Kentucky while he was in college and was encouraged to continue writing by Donald Davidson, a poet who was one of his professors at Vanderbilt where Stuart had graduate studies in 1931-32. He began publishing books of poetry in the 1930's and published his autobiography, "Beyond Dark Hills", in 1938. His first novel, "Trees of Heaven", was published in 1940. In 1954, Stuart was designated poet laureate of Kentucky and was made a fellow of the Academy of American Poets in 1961. Many of his manuscripts, letters, and memorabilia were given by Stuart to Murray State University in 1960. In 1979, he established the Jesse Stuart Foundation to maintain control over the rights to his literary works and to oversee the nature preserve, W-Hollow. Stuart died in 1984 and was buried in Plum Grove Cemetery in Greenup County.

From the description of Jesse Stuart papers, 1941-1943. (Kentucky Historical Society). WorldCat record id: 39100105

American author.

From the description of Correspondence and brochures, 1965-1971. (Ohio State University Libraries). WorldCat record id: 23173145

From the description of Papers of Jesse Stuart, 1939-1971 (bulk 1960-1971). (University of Virginia). WorldCat record id: 32136572

Jesse Stuart was born and raised in a log cabin in Greenup County, Kentucky, and lived there essentially his entire life. His early education was erratic, but he received encouragement, and walked five miles each day to attend high school; he was accepted to Lincoln Memorial College in Harrogate, Tennessee. After graduation, he became a teacher in Greenup County, and later did graduate work at Vanderbilt, where he was encouraged to write; his first published work was a book of sonnets. He became a prolific and diverse writer, publishing essays, short stories, novels, and autobiography, concentrating almost exclusively on the Appalachian world of W-Hollow in Greenup County. A farmer, teacher, lecturer, and civil servant, he was Kentucky's Poet Laureate, and although his subject matter was regional, his audience was international.

From the description of Jesse Stuart letter to Miss Steckman, 1964 Jan. 13. (Pennsylvania State University Libraries). WorldCat record id: 71225953

Author, poet.

Jesse Hilton Stuart was born in W-Hollow near Riverton in Greenup County, Ky. The son of an illiterate farmer, Stuart is recognized as an outstanding regional author. In 1929 he received an A.B. degree from Lincoln Memorial University and attended Vanderbilt University in 1931-32, studying there when "The Fugitives" were active. When his 19 stanza poem ELEGY FOR MITCH STUART was published by the AMERICAN MERCURY magazine in 1933, Stuart credited Robert Penn Warren and Donald Davidson for encouraging him to submit his work. In 1954 Stuart was chosen by the Kentucky legislature as Poet Laureate of Eastern Kentucky.

From the description of Jesse Stuart papers, 1936-1958. (University of Kentucky Libraries). WorldCat record id: 15257613

Jesse Hilton Stuart (1906-1984) was an award-winning writer born in W-Hollow near Greenup, Kentucky. He studied under Donald Davidson and Robert Penn Warren as a graduate student in English at Vanderbilt University. He made friendships with other writers there, including James Still and Don West. In addition to publishing both short stories and poems, Studart also enjoyed success as a writer of essays and novels. He wrote nine novels. He was also the author of eight books for young people and half a dozen autobiographical books. One such book, Thread That Runs So True (1949), which captures Stuart's experiences as student, teacher, administrator, and lecturer on education, was named the most important book of the year by the National Educational Association. Stuart suffered a heart attach in 1954 and a disabling stroke in 1978. In 1982 he suffered another stroke that left him comatose for two years until his death in Ironton, Ohio. After his first stroke, however, he had created the Jesse Stuart Foundation to serve as caretaker of his literary estate (1979) and in 1980 presented hi W-Hollow farm to the state of Kentucky to be operated in perpetuity as a nature preserve. In 1982 his home was placed on the National Register of Historic Places. Jesse Hilton Stuart - National Biography Online http://www.anb.org (Retrieved March 10, 2009)

Byron Herbert Reece (1917-1958) was a poet and novelist born near Blairsville, Georgia. In 1935 he graduated from Blairsville High School and entered nearby Young Harris College, a small Methodist junior college. He soon has to drop out to help on the family farm. At night he read and wrote down lyrical passages that had come to him during his work that day. In 1935 Reece burned all the poems he had written, being unsure of their worth. But by the end of 1938 he had published thirty-one poems in poetry journals or national magazines. In 1938 Reece returned to Young Harris College on a work fellowship. This was the first time in his life that Reece was able to discuss writing with kindered spirits. He left Young Harris in 1940 without graduating because he refused to take the required courses in mathematics and French. In 1945 E. P. Dutton, upon the recommendaton of Jesse Stuart, published Reece's first volume of poetry, Ballad of the Bones, which garnered many favorable reviews. He was poet-in-residence at Young Harris College, UCLA and Emory. In 1954, Reece has to enter Battey Hospital, a state tuberculosis sanitorium in Rome, Georgia. In 1956 he was recovered physically enough to return to academia. In 1957 Reece returned to Young Harris College and was able to complete the academic year. He committed suicide at the college, probably because of his health problems and loneliness. Byron Herbert Reece - National Biography Online http://www.anb.org (Retrieved March 10, 2009)

Rev. David Ogletree lived in St. Simons Island, Georgia. Rev.Ogletree performed a one-man Lincoln interpretation show in the Atlanta area for many years, where he brought the humor, warmth and wisdom of Abraham Lincoln to thousands of people. Ogletree has been a lifelong collector of Abraham Lincoln memorabilia and also a long-time admirer of Young Harris professor emeritus Bettie Sellers.

From the description of Jesse Stuart letters, 1977. (University of Georgia). WorldCat record id: 325057109

Author, poet.

Jesse Hilton Stuart was born in W-Hollow near Riverton in Greenup County, Ky in 1907. The son of an illiterate farmer, Stuart has been recognized as an outstanding regional author. He was the first of his family to graduate from high school and in 1929 he received an A.B. degree from Lincoln Memorial University (Harrogate, Tn.). After graduation he enjoyed a distinguished career as a school teacher, principal and eventually superintendent of Greenup County Schools. He achieved fame, however, as a poet and writer of short stories, novels and articles. Stuart was honored by Lincoln Memorial University in 1942 with a Ph. D. in Human Letters and in 1954 was named poet laureate of eastern Kentucky by the Kentucky legislature. Jesse Stuart married Naomi Dean Norris and they had one daughter, Jane.

From the description of Jesse Stuart papers, 1949-1973 1951-1973 (bulk dates). (University of Kentucky Libraries). WorldCat record id: 15563466

The author Jesse Stuart was born in 1906, in Greenup County, Kentucky, to Mitchell and Martha (Hilton) Stuart. He graduated from Greenup High School in 1926 and from Lincoln Memorial University in 1929. He worked as a teacher and administrator in Kentucky schools and a farmer in W-Hollow, Kentucky. During this time, he wrote about life in his home state: the land and the people. He married Naomi Dean Norris in October of 1939 and had one child, Jessica Jane. He died due to complications following a series of strokes on February 17, 1984 in Ironton, Ohio.

Stuart wrote volumes of novels, short stories, and poems. His work includes Man with a Bull-Tongue Plow, his first published books of poetry, and several autobiographical works: Beyond Dark Hills, The Thread that Runs so True, The Year of My Rebirth, and God's Oddling . His poetry and short stories have appeared in various periodicals, and the number of his published works exceeds thirty volumes.

From the guide to the Jesse Stuart poem "How Can I Greet You?", 1971, (Ohio University)

The author Jesse Stuart was born in 1906, in Greenup County, Kentucky, to Mitchell and Martha (Hilton) Stuart. He graduated from Greenup High School in 1926 and from Lincoln Memorial University in 1929. He worked as a teacher and administrator in Kentucky schools and a farmer in W-Hollow, Kentucky. During this time, he wrote about life in his home state: the land and the people. He married Naomi Dean Norris in October of 1939 and had one child, Jessica Jane. He died due to complications following a series of strokes on February 17, 1984 in Ironton, Ohio.

Stuart wrote volumes of novels, short stories, and poems. His work includes Man with a Bull-Tongue Plow, his first published book of poetry, and several autobiographical works: Beyond Dark Hills, The Thread that Runs So True, The Year of My Rebirth, and God's Oddling . His poetry and short stories have appeared in various periodicals, and the number of his published works exceeds thirty volumes.

From the guide to the Jesse Stuart papers, 1968-1974, (Ohio University)

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creatorOf Stuart, Jesse, 1906-1984. Correspondence, 1954. Ohio State University Libraries
creatorOf Stuart, Jesse, 1906-1984. Papers, 1956-1978. Ohio State University Libraries
creatorOf Stuart, Jesse, 1906-1984. Short story, 21 May 1973. The Filson Historical Society
creatorOf Stuart, Jesse, 1906-1984. Letter : Greenup, Ky., to Joseph M. Pukl, Uniontown, Pa., 1970, Dec. 1. University of South Carolina, University Libraries
referencedIn Virginia Perry Wilson Collection on Jesse Stuart, 1953-1984 University of California, Davis. General Library. . Dept. of Special Collections
creatorOf Stuart, Jesse, 1906-1984. Jesse Stuart papers, 1936-1958. University of Kentucky Libraries
creatorOf Donovan, Herman Lee, 1887-1964. Papers/Records, 1922-1943. Eastern Kentucky University, Crabbe Library
creatorOf Stuart, Jesse, 1906-1984. Jesse Stuart autograph note, 1950 May 9. Library of Congress
creatorOf Stuart, Jesse, 1906-1984. [Jesse Stuart correspondence]. Ohio University, Alden Library
referencedIn Louisville Free Public Library. The Jesse Stuart scrapbooks [microform]. Murray State University, Waterfield Library
referencedIn Miscellaneous papers of the Virginia Quarterly Review, ca. 1910-1947. University of Virginia. Library
referencedIn Cadle, Dean, 1920-1998. Dean Cadle papers, 1919-1997. University of Kentucky Libraries
referencedIn Knight, Grant C. (Grant Cochran), 1893-1956. Grant C. Knight papers, 1924-1955. University of Kentucky Libraries
referencedIn J.R. LeMaster papers, 1960-1993 Ohio University
creatorOf Sigmund, Jay G., 1885-1937. Papers of Jay Sigmund, 1911-1975. University of Iowa Libraries
referencedIn Sanders, Robert Stuart, 1880-1971. J. Winston Coleman, Jr. Kentuckiana collection, 1799-1983. Kentucky Department of Libraries and Archives, Kentucky Guide Project Office
referencedIn Read Bain papers, 1893-1972 Bentley Historical Library , University of Michigan
creatorOf Gingrich, Arnold. Arnold Gingrich papers, 1932-1975. University of Michigan, Bentley Historical Library
referencedIn Jesse Stuart Foundation. Jesse Stuart collection of papers, 1986. Appalachian State University, ASU
referencedIn Arnold Gingrich Papers, 1932-1975 Bentley Historical Library , University of Michigan
creatorOf Wilson, Virginia Perry. Virginia Perry Wilson collection on Jesse Stuart, 1953-1984. University of California, Davis, Shields Library
creatorOf Stuart, Jesse, 1906-1984. Addendum to the Jesse Stuart Papers, 1930-1986. Marshall University, John Deaver Drinko Library
creatorOf White, Dorothy M.,. Jesse Stuart papers, ca. 1928-1984. College of Charleston, Marlene and Nathan Addlestone Library
creatorOf Stuart, Jesse, 1906-1984. Letter, 1935, July 8 : Kentucky, to Merrill Moore. Brown University, John Hay Library
referencedIn Miscellaneous papers of the Virginia Quarterly Review [manuscript], ca.1910-1947. University of Virginia. Library
creatorOf Stuart, Jesse, 1906-1984. Jesse Stuart poem "How Can I Greet You?" [manuscript] 1971. Ohio University, Alden Library
creatorOf Donovan, Herman Lee, 1887-1964. Papers, 1922-1943. Eastern Kentucky University, Crabbe Library
creatorOf Lowry, Robert, 1919-1994. Robert Lowry letters and related materials, 1965-1976. Pennsylvania State University Libraries
creatorOf Stuart, Jesse, 1906-1984. Jesse Stuart papers, 1941-1943. Kentucky Historical Society, Martin F. Schmidt Research Library
referencedIn WSJK-TV (Sneedville, Tenn.). WSJK-TV collection, 1970-1979. East Tennessee State University, TET
referencedIn John Mason Brown papers, 1922-1967. Houghton Library.
creatorOf Stuart, Jesse, 1906-1984. Papers, 1940-1978. Washington State University, Holland and Terrell Libraries
referencedIn Fantasy Magazine papers, 1929-1979 Beinecke Rare Book and Manuscript Library
referencedIn Lewis Gannett papers, 1681-1966 (inclusive) 1900-1960 (bulk). Houghton Library.
creatorOf Stuart, Jesse, 1906-1984. Correspondence : to Lucille Jordan Palmer, 1953-1980 / Jesse Stuart. University of South Carolina, University Libraries
creatorOf Stuart, Jesse, 1906-1984. Jesse Stuart papers, 1949-1973 1951-1973 (bulk dates). University of Kentucky Libraries
creatorOf Davidson, Donald, 1893-1968. Donald Davidson Correspondence 1917-1968. Vanderbilt University Library, Jean and Alexander Heard Library
creatorOf Jesse Stuart poem "How Can I Greet You?", 1971 Ohio University
referencedIn LeMaster, J. R., 1934-. J.R. LeMaster papers 1960-1993. Ohio University, Alden Library
creatorOf Meacham, Harry M. (Harry Monroe), 1901-1975. Harry M. Meacham papers [manuscript] , 1900-75. University of Virginia. Library
referencedIn Marshall University. James E. Morrow Library. Doris C. Miller Papers 1915-1989. Marshall University, John Deaver Drinko Library
creatorOf American Book Collector (Chicago, Ill.). Archives of the American Book Collector, 1950-1976. Brown University, John Hay Library
creatorOf Stuart, Jesse, 1906-1984. Broadside, ca. 1950. The Filson Historical Society
creatorOf Stuart, Jesse, 1906-1984. Letters to Dayton Kohlerm 1955-1960. University of Virginia. Library
creatorOf Hutchins Library. Special Collections,. Jesse Stuart Collection 1933-1983. Berea College, Hutchins Library
referencedIn Derleth, August William, 1909-1971. August William Derleth papers, 1858, 1907-1978. Wisconsin Historical Society, Newspaper Project
creatorOf Stuart, Jesse, 1906-1984. Jesse Stuart collection, 1968-1974. Ohio University, Alden Library
creatorOf Stuart, Jesse 1906-1984. Jesse Stuart collection, 1930-2001. Lincoln Memorial University Library, Carnegie-Vincent Library
referencedIn Govan, Christine Noble, 1898-1985. Gilbert and Christine Govan letters, circa 1932-1973. University of Tennessee at Chattanooga Library
creatorOf Stuart, Jesse, 1906-1984. Jesse Stuart letters, 1977. University of Georgia, University of Georgia, Main Library
creatorOf Read, Gardner, 1913-2005. Night of all nights [for] voice [and] piano, op. 62. [Text by Jesse Stuart]. Eastman School of Music
creatorOf Sandburg, Carl, 1878-1967. Letters of tribute to Carl Sandburg [manuscript], 1951-1952. University of Virginia. Library
referencedIn Fantasy Magazine. Fantasy Magazine papers, 1929-1979. Yale University, Beinecke Rare Book and Manuscript Library
creatorOf Stuart, Jesse, 1906-1984. Essay. August 1976. The Filson Historical Society
referencedIn Jesse Stuart papers, 1941-1943. Kentucky Department of Libraries and Archives, Kentucky Guide Project Office
referencedIn Witter Bynner papers, 1829-1965. Houghton Library.
referencedIn Coleman, J. Winston (John Winston), 1898-1983. J. Winston Coleman scrapbooks, 1799-1983. University of Kentucky Libraries
creatorOf Stuart, Jesse, 1906-1984. Letter : Riverton, Ky., to William? 18 Sept. 1953 / Jesse Stuart. University of South Carolina, University Libraries
creatorOf Drewry, Guy Carleton, 1901-. Papers of Guy Carleton Drewry, 1929-1970. University of Virginia. Library
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creatorOf Stuart, Jesse, 1906-1984. The Jesse Stuart Papers, 1929-1986. Marshall University, John Deaver Drinko Library
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referencedIn Lyman, William Whittingham, 1885-. William Whittingham Lyman memoirs : typescript, [ca. 1969-]. UC Berkeley Libraries
referencedIn Coleman, J. Winston (John Winston), 1898-1983. J. Winston Coleman papers, 1780-1965 1935-1965. University of Kentucky Libraries
creatorOf Rogers, John Carr, d. 1979. Letters to Rogers [manuscript] 1974-1975. University of Virginia. Library
creatorOf Stuart, Jesse, 1906-1984. Correspondence and brochures, 1965-1971. Ohio State University Libraries
referencedIn Bynner, Witter, 1881-1968. Witter Bynner correspondence and research archive, 1889-1984 compiled by Evelyn Ortner. Drew University Library, Rose Memorial Library
creatorOf Stuart, Jesse, 1906-1984. Letters, 1955-1971. The Filson Historical Society
creatorOf Stuart, Jesse, 1906-1984. Correspondence to Van Wyck Brooks, 1946. University of Pennsylvania Library
referencedIn William Stanley Braithwaite Papers, 1916-1962 Special Collections Research Center, Syracuse University Libraries
creatorOf Jesse Stuart papers, 1968-1974 Ohio University
referencedIn Griffith, E. V., 1927-. E.V. Griffith papers, ca. 1945-1995. Stanford University. Department of Special Collections and University Archives
creatorOf Stuart, Jesse, 1906-1984. Jesse Stuart letter to Miss Steckman, 1964 Jan. 13. Pennsylvania State University Libraries
referencedIn Macrae, John, 1898-. Letter to Christopher Morley [manuscript], 1943 September 15. University of Virginia. Library
creatorOf Stuart, Jesse, 1906-1984. [Portrait of Jesse Stuart], 4 February 1959. University of South Carolina, University Libraries
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