Poets, American--20th century
Found in 7 Collections and/or Records:
This collection contains primary and secondary sources relating to Edward Doro, an American poet and the Curator of Rare Books at Northwestern from 1958-1962. It includes newspaper clippings, correspondence, press releases, books of poetry, and unbound scripts. It also contains photographs, negatives, posters, sheet music, a pencil sketch of Doro, and his diploma from Sussex College of Technology.
Award winning poet, editor, and professor, Gibbons came to Northwestern University as editor of TriQuarterly, the international journal of new creative writing and essays, a position he held until 1997.The Reginald Gibbons Papers consist of biographical, correspondence, teaching, student, financial and publication files.
Angela Jackson (1951- ), a member of Northwestern University's class of 1977, is a poet, novelist, playwright, and biographer. Her papers span the years 1966-2018 in 39 boxes and 5.86 gigabytes; they contain biographical materials, correspondence, manuscripts, teaching material, and publications in physical and born-digital formats.
The Eleanor Martin Collection on Robert P. Tristram Coffin contains correspondence from and about American poet, educator, and Pulitzer Prize winner Robert P. T. Coffin. The collection of letters was compiled by Eleanor Martin, a friend of Coffin, and mostly focuses on their relationship and Martin’s position as solicitor and coordinator of Coffin’s lectures in the Midwest region. This collection also includes ephemera and artifacts related to Coffin’s career and spans from 1926 to 1983.
Wilbur Dick Nesbit was a midwestern American poet, newspaper columnist, humorist, toast master and advertising pioneer. His papers contain biographical material, correspondence, literary works, and photographs.