Larry Rubin papers, 1962-1989.


Larry Rubin papers, 1962-1989.

The collection consists of papers of Larry Rubin from 1962-1989. It contains a typescript manuscript, galley proofs, correspondence, and printed material. The typescript is of Rubin's anthology of poems, THE WORLD'S OLD WAY, published in 1962; galley proofs are of LANCED IN LIGHT, published in 1967; correspondence is from Rubin to scholars Thomas Brumbaugh and Thomas H. English, and discuss Emory University, Georgia Tech, and travel; printed materials contain, or in some way relate to, Rubin's work.

1.5 linear ft. (2 boxes)

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