Stuart Wright Collection: William Goyen Papers, 1935–1963, undated

Manuscript Collection #1169-022

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Series 1 :
Loose Manuscripts Transferred from the Stuart Wright Book Collection
  • Box 1
    • Folder a
      David, by D. H. Lawrence [Books] (1935) Printed. 1 item. 8 p. Note: Book signed by William Goyen; Poems by D. H. Lawrence Read by Merriam Golden at the Ceremony for the placing of Lawrence's ashes at Kiowa Ranch, San Cristobal, N.M. [New Mexico]" autographed: Ruther Swaine - Reserve": Poems read: "Things Men Have Made", "Whatever Man Makes", "Work", "After All Saints' Day", "All Saints Day", & "Prayer - (Last Poem, unfinished at death) (ca. 1935) Typescript. Transferred from the Stuart Wright Book Collection #49.17
    • Folder b
      Edge of Being, The, by Stephen Spender [Books] (1949) Printed. 1 item. 1 p. Note: Stuart Wright post it note: "Inscribed to William Goyen" (undated) Holograph; Transferred from the Stuart Wright Book Collection #49.24
    • Folder c
      Fair Sister, The, by William Goyen [Books] (1963) Printed. 1 item. 1 p. Note: William Goyen, New York City, Note in torn endpaper: "For Anne, one of the first readers of this little tale, . . . ." (September 1963) Holograph; Transferred from the Stuart Wright Book Collection #49.25
    • Folder d
      Ghost and Flesh, by William Goyen [Books] (1952) Printed. 5 items. 5 p. Note: "Ghost and Flesh" title page with ink stains (undated) Original art [?]; "Talented Texan" in San Antonio Express (4 May 1952) Clipping; Fragile, torn, needs conservation; "On Goyen's 'My Fair Sister'" in Rice Alumni Magazine annotated on verso: "Given to me by Joe Rider Nov. 19, 63 - Austin" (ca. 1963) Clipping; "Among the Elegant Set" in Houston Post includes illustrations of Goyen and fiancé at Goyen family party (27 October 1963) Clipping; Fragile, Torn, Pressure sensitive tape, needs conservation; "Poetic Stories of Great Human Loneliness: Ghost and Flesh, by William Goyen, Reviewed by Sylvia Stallings", Herald Tribune Book Review (10 February 1952) Clipping; Torn, Fragile, needs conservation; Transferred from the Stuart Wright Book Collection #49.34

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