Papers, 1913-1927 [manuscript].


Papers, 1913-1927 [manuscript].

The papers contain an annotated typescript of "The Babbitt jamboree;" three letters from Lindsay to Harold Kessinger congratulating him on the Mid West Review, urging him to join the "Rose and Lotus conspiracy" to promote understanding between Asia and the West, and discussing the influence of the Disciples of Christ on him, the anti-religious bias of New York critics, and the origin of "The Congo;" a printed version of "Our little new cave-man;" and "The village magazine, fourth imprint written and illustrated by Vachel Lindsay," 1925. "The Christian, a journal of liberal opinion of the Disciples of Christ, Vol. III, no. 35," annotated by Lindsay, and "The west-going heart: A life of Vachel Lindsay," complete the collection.

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SNAC Resource ID: 7921102

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Kessinger, Harold C. (person)

Editor, Kessinger's Mid-West Review; judge; public speaker. From the description of Papers of Harold C. Kessinger [manuscript], 1912-1963, (bulk 1912-1931). (University of Virginia). WorldCat record id: 647821669 ...

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Nicholas Vachel Lindsay was born in Springfield, IL. He studied in Ohio, Chicago, and New York and acquired a reputation as a poet and lecturer. Lindsay became famous for his walk from Springfield, IL to New Mexico in 1912, and for an unusual method of writing poetry. In 1924 he arrived in Spokane where he worked as a columnist for the "Spokesman-Review". He returned to Springfield in 1929, and at the time of his death was a major figure in American poetry. From the description of Co...