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This collection consists of a typescript and an article.
This collection consists of correspondence, clippings, media and memorabilia related to, as well as work published by, the poet, novelist and memoirist May Sarton. Collected by her friend, Margaret "Maggie" Vaughan over two decades, much of the material is inscribed to Vaughan by Sarton and a good number of the documents came as enclosures in the 30+ books donated to the MWWC by Margaret Vaughan's children.
This collection includes a 1941 letter signed by Deland, a fascinating hand made gift book, photographs and slides of Graywood, published work in periodicals, and a matted and framed ink drawing of Deland's Kennebunkport living room, 1950.
Includes articles, publicity and newspaper columns.
The collection include articles, a program invitation to a play adapted from her work (in French), and a brochure about "Petite Plaisance", her home in Bar Harbor
Collection includes letter, clippings and a poem dedicated to Stocking.
Includes correspondence with Dorothy Healy, promotional materials, Westbrook College Alumni News, clippings and Tower Award speech.
This collection includes a scrapbook of published poetry clippings, photocopies of her 1938 and 1947 travel journals and a brief biographical sketch.
This collection consists of a clipping of one of Doe's poems, an elegy composed on the death of Abigail Marston, Parsonsfield, Maine (1849).
This collection includes correspondence, articles, essays, a commonplace book and photographs.
Includes correspondence with Dorothy Healy, broadsides and reviews.
Includes resume, correspondence and reviews.
This collection contains scrapbooks Burrage maintained of her columns on arts and historical subjects that were written for the Boothbay register and the Kennebec journal, correspondence with the Maine Women Writers Collection, and articles about her.
This collection includes correspondence, an article and copies of book covers.
This collection includes correspondence with MWWC and two articles.
This collection includes biographical information, published poetry, manuscripts and recordings of poetry readings.
This collection includes an article about Miriam Colwell and Clifford S. Reynolds (Precursors of the "real" Maine by Sanford Phippen), reviews, and publishers' manuscripts for three of her books - Wind off the water, Day of the trumpet and Young.
This collection includes reviews and published poems, as well as correspondence with Blackberry Books publisher Gary Lawless, a poetry manuscript, cassette tapes, and a photo.
In addition to five folders of material in the alphabetical collection, there are 5 boxes of unprocessed papers relating to the drafting and publication of several of Wood's books, as well as numerous diaries from the 1970s. The journals are restricted until after Wood's death.
This collection includes a theater program, articles, correspondence.