Martin Buxbaum Papers 1942-1991

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Martin Buxbaum Papers 1942-1991

American author, poet; director of communications for Marriott Corporation, 1953-1976, editor of Hot Shoppes Table Talk and various in-house publications. Collection contains correspondence, incoming and outgoing (1937-1967); manuscript books, essays, poems, short stories, speeches; photographs; and printed material, including articles by and about Buxbaum, clippings, and house organs edited by Buxbaum for several companies for which he worked.

11 linear ft.

eng,

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Marriott Corporation

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Marriott Hot Shoppes

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Buxbaum, Martin

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Martin Buxbaum (1912-1991) was an American poet, author and editor. Born in Richmond, Virginia, Buxbaum was blind but underwent a cataract operation which restored his sight. As Director of Communications for Marriott Corporation, he edited their monthly publication "Table Talk" for many years and received much acclaim for it. After retiring, Buxbaum went on to write eleven books, including Rivers of Thought and The Underside of Heaven, and became known as a photographer, artist and...