Dame Edith Sitwell Collection, 1904-1964 (bulk 1918-1960).

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Sitwell, Edith, 1887-1964. Dame Edith Sitwell Collection, 1904-1964 (bulk 1918-1960).

Dame Edith Sitwell Collection, 1904-1964 (bulk 1918-1960).

Manuscripts, notebooks, correspondence, page and galley proofs, photographs, address books, and financial and legal records document the life of modernist poet and author Dame Edith Sitwell in this collection. The largest portion of these papers is comprised of works written or compiled by Edith Sitwell including The Atlantic Book of British and American Poetry, A Book of Flowers, Fanfare for Elizabeth and its sequel The Queens and the Hive, and A Notebook on William Shakespeare.

112 boxes, 1 oversize box (47.04 linear feet)

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