Letters, 1931-1954.


Letters, 1931-1954.

Granting permission to reprint any of his works, including those about Stephen Vincent Benet and A.E. Housman; concerning Morley's opinion on World War II and Franklin D. Roosevelt; giving his impressions of Mark Twain; mentioning social activities.

15 items, (16 p.)


SNAC Resource ID: 7103659

University of Iowa Libraries

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