Papers, 1946-1969.


Papers, 1946-1969.

The papers of this American poet and social critic includes manuscripts and a large volume of correspondence concerning a book written by Lowenfels and Howard McCord about the life of expatriate writer Michael Fraenkel, his life in Paris and his relationship to Henry Miller. The prominent correspondents include Daphne Fraenkel, the wife of Michael, Lillian Lowenfels, and another writer Will Slotnikoff. The collection includes several different drafts of The life of Fraenkel's death: a biographical inquest.

0.8 cubic ft. (2 boxes).

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Lowenfels, Walter, 1897-1976 (person)

Walter Lowenfels began working on New jazz poets in 1962 to collect a group of poems written in a "modern rhythm influenced by street sounds and other non-literary sounds of the 1960s" that would be anthologized and a select few recorded for an album. Released in 1967, the album contained readings by twenty-one poets. The anthology containing the works of over seventy poets was published in 1970 as In a time of revolution, poems from our third world. From the description of New jazz ...

Fraenkel, Michael, 1896-1957 (person)

Michael Fraenkel was an American poet and critic. Jasper Wood was a resident of Cleveland, Ohio, and operated the Otsota Press, a literary publishing house. The University of Victoria Libraries Special Collections has a mandate to acquire literary papers. From the description of Michael Fraenkel collection. [1945-1951]. (University of Victoria Libraries). WorldCat record id: 660197432 Author. From the description of Papers, 1939-1941. (Washington State University...

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McCord, Howard, 1932-.... (person)

Howard McCord was born on November 3, 1932, in El Paso, Texas. After a hitch in the U.S. Navy during the Korean War, he returned to El Paso and attended Texas Western College receiving a Bachelor of Arts degree in Business. The following year he received a Master of Arts degree in English from the University of Utah. In 1960, he began teaching at Washington State University offering courses in Poetry and Eastern Civilizations. He also began the graduate program in Creative Writing. In 1965 he wa...

Slotnikoff, Will (person)