James Boyd Papers, 1906-1953, 1964-1969

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James Boyd Papers, 1906-1953, 1964-1969

James Boyd Papers, 1906-1953, 1964-1969

James Boyd (1888-1944) was an American author and journalist. Papers include more than 400 letters written by Boyd to his parents in Harrisburg, Pa., and other places, beginning in 1906 and continuing through his years at Princeton University, 1907-1910, and Cambridge University, 1910-1912, and while he worked as a journalist and for the Red Cross in New York City. Also included are letters to his wife, Katharine Lamont Boyd, while he was overseas, 1917-1919, serving as an ambulance driver with the American Expeditionary Forces in France, and correspondence with friends, readers, other writers, and publishers about his work, especially about the novels and and about The Free Company, a group of American writers, producers, and broadcasters who presented radio programs on the ideas of the free world, 1940-1941. Correspondents include Sherwood Anderson, Stephen Vincent Benet, Robert Bridges, Louis Bromfield, Bernard De Voto, F. Scott Fitzgerald, John Galsworthy, Frank Porter Graham, Paul Green, Sinclair Lewis, Archibald MacLeish, Thomas Mann, Maxwell Perkins, William Saroyan, Laurence Stallings, John Steinbeck, and Thomas Wolfe. Also included are drafts and copies of manuscripts of stories, articles, radio scripts, and poems; and clippings and pictures. Drums Bitter Creek

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Boyd, James, 1888-1944

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Maxwell Perkins

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John Galsworthy

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Benét, Stephen Vincent, 1898-1943

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Graham, Frank Porter, 1886-1972

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President of the University of North Carolina; U.S. senator for North Carolina. From the description of Correspondence to Maxwell Struthers Burt, 1943-1950. (University of Pennsylvania Library). WorldCat record id: 122619645 Educator, government official. From the description of Reminiscences of Frank Porter Graham : oral history, 1965. (Columbia University In the City of New York). WorldCat record id: 122376749 University president. From the...

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Lewis, Sinclair, 1885-1951

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