Papers of Julian Meade Rutherfoord, 1928-1940.

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Meade, Julian R. (Julian Rutherfoord), 1909-1940. Papers of Julian Meade Rutherfoord, 1928-1940.

Papers of Julian Meade Rutherfoord, 1928-1940.

The collection contains the short story *At the green tea pot," an article on Ellen Glasgow, an article on flower legends, and a poem "For my southern kinsmen." The remainder of the collection consists of letters to Meade from fellow authors. Many of them concern a symposium on Robert Louis Stevenson which he proposed. Others mention James Branch Cabell, Willa Cather, Ellen Glasgow, Margaret Mitchell, Edgar Allan Poe, Amélie Rives, and Thomas Wolfe, as well as the problems of being a writer, their own work, gardening and Meade's books. Fourteen letters from Julia Peterkin comment on her early life, her writing, Meade's books including "I live in Virginia" in which he quotes her, and her garden. Six letters from James Branch Cabell contain personal news and comment on his series on Manuel. Correspondents include Louis Adamic, Gertrude Atherton, James Boyd, Ganaliel Bradford, Louis Bromfield, Leonard Barron, Van Wyck Brooks, Pearl S. Buck, Maxwell Struthers Burg, Emily Clark Balch, Carl L. Carmer, Winston Churchill, Walter de la Mare, Henry C. Ficklen, Dorothy Canfield Fisher, Zona Gale, Ellen Glasgow, and Joseph Hergesheimer. Also Hewitt H. Howland, Fannie Hurst, Odette Kenn, Eva Le Gallienne, Sinclair Lewis, H.L. Mencken, John Calvin Metcalf, Kathleen Norris, Isabel Paterson, William Alexander Percy, William Lyon Phelps, Burton Rascoe, Amélie Rives Troubetzkoy, Edward Arlington Robinson, Thomas S. Stribling, Arthur F. Swinnerton and Stark Young.

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