Hart Crane Collection (1910-1972).

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Crane, Hart, 1899-1932. Hart Crane Collection (1910-1972).

Hart Crane Collection (1910-1972).

Hart Crane Collection consists of correspondence to, from, and about Crane, copies of Crane's poetry and prose, articles about Crane, and material on Crane's work in art and advertising.

6.25 linear ft. (14 boxes)

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