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Anne Hazlewood-Brady papers

 Collection
Identifier: 0158

Collection Scope and Content

The collection includes manuscripts, correspondence, photographs, articles, playbills and personal papers. The first series consists of unpublished poetry, college plays, speeches, notes, and manuscripts of published works. The second series includes correspondence with family, friends, fellow artists, publishers, and political figures, documenting Hazlewood-Brady's involvement in women's activities, personal relationships, and literary pursuits. The third series relates to Hazlewood-Brady's artistic and political activities, including information on organizations. The fourth series is composed mostly of biographical-related material, such as resumes and family history, and includes a number of photographs of Hazlewood-Brady, taken by Lida Moser. The last series is made up of Maine publications collected by Hazlewood-Brady which relate either to poetry or feminism.

Dates

  • 1958-2001

Creator

Access

Collection is open for research.

Publication Rights

For permission to reproduce or publish, please contact the Curator of the Maine Women Writers Collection.

Biographical/Historical Note

Born in Sloatsburg, New York in 1925, poet Anne Hazlewood-Brady graduated from Vassar College in 1946 and completed graduate work in literature at NYU, Columbia, and the University of Maine. She lived in Arundel, Maine, and remained active in the women's movement from the 1960s onward. A mother of 5 sons, she became increasingly active in the women's movement upon moving to New York City in 1969. Her activities there included the founding of the Women's Interart Center and involvement in the organization of the Women's Strike for Equality (1970). Hazlewood-Brady published her first book of poetry, Unfinished conversations, in 1970. Her other books are entitled: Steeps and views (1972), Unwritten testament (1972), The cross, the anchor, & the heart (1974), One to the many (1979), A year of Sundays (1981), Out from doors (1993), and a book for children, Painting with words - nature as metaphor (1981). She supported and promoted the arts in the state of Maine. Hazlewood-Brady passed away in 2012 in Port Orange, Florida.

Extent

6 linear feet (268 folders (1 oversize))

Language of Materials

English

Arrangement

This collection is organized into the following five series: I. Poetry, essays, plays, papers; II. Correspondence, 1958-2001; III. Activities; IV. Biographical material and photographs; V. Newsletters and poetry journals.

Related Materials

Maine Historical Society, Portland, Maine
Colby College Library, Waterville, Maine
Gardiner Public Library, Gardiner, Maine
Title
Guide to the Anne Hazlewood-Brady papers, 1958-2001
Status
Completed
Author
Anna Brandenburg
Description rules
Describing Archives: A Content Standard
Language of description
English
Script of description
Latin

Repository Details

Part of the Maine Women Writers Collection Repository

Contact:
Abplanalp Library
University of New England
716 Stevens Avenue
Portland Maine 04103 United States