General correspondence, 1901-1972.

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Moore, Marianne, 1887-1972. General correspondence, 1901-1972.

General correspondence, 1901-1972.

Letters to Moore and originals and retained copies of letters from her. Correspondents include W.H. Auden, Djuna Barnes, Jacques Barzun, Sylvia Beach, Cecil Beaton, Laura Benét, William Rose Benét, Elizabeth Bishop, Louise Bogan, Bryher, Kenneth Burke, Malcolm Cowley, Louise Crane, e.e. cummings, Babette Deutsch, T.S. Eliot, Allen Ginsberg, H.D., Donald Hall, Malvina Hoffman, Henrietta Fort Holland, Langston Hughes, Randall Jarrell, Kathrine Jones, Hugh Kenner, Jeffrey Kindley, Harry Levin, Lester Littlefield, George Platt Lynes, Archibald MacLeish, Louis Macneice, Harriet Monroe, Chester Page, George Plimpton, Katherine Anne Porter, Ezra Pound, Theodore Roethke, Muriel Rukeyser, George Saintsbury, May Sarton, Maurice Sendak, Mary Craig Shoemaker, Edith Sitwell, Osbert Sitwell, Stephen Spender, Wallace Stevens, William Targ, Allen Tate, Scofield Thayer, Mark Van Doren, Hildegarde L. Watson, James Sibley Watson, Monroe Wheeler, Oscar Williams, William Carlos Williams, Edmund Wilson, Yvor Winters, and Morton Dauwen Zabel.

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