A Guide to the Sara Teasdale Collection Teasdale, Sara. 8170-d

A Guide to the Sara Teasdale Collection

A Collection in the
Clifton Waller Barrett Library of American Literature
Accession number 8170-d


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Repository
University of Virginia. Library. Special Collections Dept. Alderman Library University of Virginia Charlottesville, Virginia 22903 USA
Collection Number
8170-d
Title
Sara Teasdale Collection 1888-1934
Extent
ca. 700 items
Creator
Location
Language
English

Administrative Information

Access Restrictions

Collection is open to research

Use Restrictions

See the University of Virginia Library’s use policy.

Preferred Citation

Sara Teasdale Collection, Accession 8170-d, Special Collections Department, University of Virginia Library

Acquisition Information

Purchase 1986 July 18

Funding Note

Funded in part by a grant from the National Endowment for the Humanities


Item Listing

MANUSCRIPTS
  • Vine Colby
    • Box 1
      "To the Ghost of a Player" by Vine Colby, written in memory of Lawrence Hanley
      n.d.
      AMs,
      3 p. on 2 l.
    • Box 1
      "Wishmakers' Hill" by Vine Colby
      1910 Nov 26
      AMs, 9 p. on 9 l.
  • Celia Ellen Harris
    • Box 1
      "Ave Frater!" by Celia Ellen Harris
      1912 Apr 14
      TMs, 1 p.
  • Margaret Scott Lawler
    • Box 1
      "War: As it Affected Our Town," by Margaret Scott Lawler
      1923 Sep 18
      TMs, 20 p. on 10 l.
  • Paul Janis
    • Box 1
      "Carcassonne" by Nadaud, written in French by Paul Janisfor Vine Colby McCasland
      [1932]
      AMs, 3 p. on 2 l.
  • Williamina Parrish
    • Box 1
      "Lines on a Deceased Frog" by Williamina Parrish
      n.d.
      AMsS, 2 p. on 1 l.
    • Box 1
      "Meecho" by Williamina Parrish
      1929
      TMs, 5 p. on 5 l.
    • Box 1
      "Meecho: A Ditty for Betty by Widdy" by Williamina Parrish
      n.d.
      TMs, 1 p. on 1 l.
    • Box 1
      "Scraps" by Williamina Parrish
      1933
      TMsS, 75 p.
    • Box 1
      " Sara Teasdale--A Memory. by one who shared Youth with her..." by Williamina Parrish
      1933
      TMsS, (3 copies)
  • Frances S. Porcher
    • Box 1
      "The Pottersand the Potters' Wheel," The Mirror, by Frances S. Porcher
      1905
      TMs, 6 p. on 6 l.
  • Sara Teasdale
    • Box 1
      Christina Rossetti: An Intimate Portrait by Sara Teasdale, with holograph Prefatory Note and revisions by the author
      1932
      TMsS, 62 p.
    • Box 1
      "The Philosopher" by Sara Teasdale
      ca. 1910
      TMs, 1 p.
    • Box 1
      Poem beginning "Oh baby who shall come to us..." by Sara Teasdale, presenting a baby ring to Barbara George
      1908 Jan 28
      AMsS, 1 p.
  • Patience Worth
    • Box 1
      "Betty" by Patience Worth
      n.d.
      TMsS, 1 p.
    • Box 1
      "Betty" by Patience Worth
      n.d.
      TMsS, 1 p.
    • Box 1
      "Lamento Doloroso" by Patience Worth, dedicated to Williamina Parrish
      n.d.
      TMs, 19 p. on 19 l.
    • Box 1
      "Miss Aggie" by Patience Worth
      n.d.
      TMsS, 1 p.
    • Box 1
      "Resurrection" by Patience Worth
      1926 Easter
      TMs, 1 p.
    • Box 1
      " William Marion Reedy" by Patience Worth
      n.d.
      TMsS, 1 p.
    • Box 1
      Poem beginning "And there, at the path's end,..." by Patience Worth
      n.d.
      TMsS, 1 p.
    • Box 1
      Poem beginning "He who hath announced himself my Brother..." by Patience Worth
      n.d.
      TMsS, 1 p.
    • Box 1
      Poem beginning "I was weary...sore weary..." by Patience Worth
      1925 Feb
      TMsS, 1 p.
    • Box 1
      Poem beginning "Never may I see a moonlight white..." by Patience Worth
      1928
      TMs, 2 p. on 1 l.
    • Box 1
      Poem beginning "Oh, I have heard..." by Patience Worth
      1924 Sep
      TMs, 1 p.
  • Miscellaneous
    • Box 1
      Poem beginning "The dust's on the rose,..." to Miss Ferris
      n.d.
      AMs, 1 p.
    • Box 1
      "The Sand on the Bathroom Floor"
      n.d.
      AMs, 2 p. on 1 l.
    • Box 1
      "Triolets" lessons on Marion Cummings Stanleyand Sara Teasdale
      1909 Jan
      AMsS, (8 items)
LETTERS
  • Box 2
    Sara Teasdale, Madrid, Spain, to Vine Colby, St. Louis, Missouri
    1905 Feb 3
    APCS
  • Box 2
    Sara Teasdale, Alger, Algeria, Africa, to Caroline Risque, St. Louis, Missouri
    1905 Feb 8
    APCS
  • Box 2
    Sara Teasdale, Cairo, Egypt, to Vine Colby, St. Louis, Missouri
    1905 Mar 8
    APCS
  • Box 2
    Sara Teasdale, Rome, Italy, to Vine Colby, St. Louis, Missouri
    1905 Mar 25
    APCS
  • Box 2
    Sara Teasdale, Paris, France, to Vine Colby, St. Louis, Missouri
    1905 Apr 1
    APCS
  • Box 2
    Jennie M.A. Jones, Chicago, Illinois, to Vine Colby, St. Louis, Missouri
    1905 Aug 19
    APCS
  • Box 2
    Jennie M.A. Jones, Chicago, Illinois, to Vine Colby, St. Louis, Missouri
    1906 Apr 30
    APCS
  • Box 2
    Jennie M.A. Jones, Chicago, Illinois, to Vine Colby, St. Louis, Missouri
    1906 June 28
    APCS
  • Box 2
    Jennie M.A. Jones, Chicago, Illinois, to Vine Colby, St. Louis, Missouri
    [1906]
    APCS
  • Box 2
    Susan Creighton Williams, St. Louis, Missouri, to Wilhelmina [sic] (Williamina Parrish, St. Louis, Missouri,
    1906 Oct 6
    ANS, 2 p. on 1 l., w/env.

    sending thanks for her sympathy and inviting her to visit

  • Box 2
    Sara Teasdale, San Antonio, Texas, to Vine Colby, St. Louis, Missouri
    1907 Feb 24
    APCS
  • Box 2
    [Sara Teasdale]to [Vine Colby]
    1907 Feb
    APC
  • Box 2
    George W. Teasdale, On board S.S. Cretic, Off Sardinia, Italy, to Sara Teasdale, St. Louis, Missouri,
    1907 May 21
    ALS, 4 p. on 1 l., w/env.

    revealing his delight in a poem she sent and discussing her style

  • Box 2
    Sara Teasdale, Charlevoix, Michigan, to Vine Colby, St. Louis, Missouri,
    1907 July 11
    APCS

    re looking over proofs to her volume of poetry [ Sonnets to Duse and Other Poems]

  • Box 2
    Sara Teasdale, Charlevoix, Michigan, to Vine Colby, St. Louis, Missouri,
    1907 July 14
    APCS

    mentioning her E[leanora] D[use]sonnet being accepted by Poet Lorefor publication

  • Box 2
    Sara Teasdale, Charlevoix, Michigan, to Vine Colby, St. Louis, Missouri,
    1907 July 18
    APCS

    re horseback riding and critiquing a poem, "Vengeance" by Colby

  • Box 2
    Sara Teasdale, Charlevoix, Michigan, to Vine Colby, St. Louis, Missouri,
    1907 Aug 20
    APCS

    mentioning the July Potter's Wheel

  • Box 2
    Williamina Parrish, St. Louis, Missouri, to Sara Teasdale, St. Louis, Missouri,
    1907 Sep 14
    ALS, 6 p. on 3 l., w/env.

    sending her a review of Sara Teasdale's volume of poetry Sonnets to Duse...

  • Box 2
    Lillie Rose Ernst, St. Louis, Missouri, to Sara Teasdale, St. Louis, Missouri,
    1907 Sep 18
    ALS, 4 p. on 1 l., w/env.

    praising her book Sonnets to Duse...

  • Box 2
    Thomas B. Mosher, Portland, Maine, to Sara Teasdale, St. Louis, Missouri,
    1907 Sep 18
    ALS, 2 p. on 2 l.

    extending his thanks for the copy of her book Sonnets to Duse...and hoping for its success

  • Box 2
    Elizabeth M. Brown, St. Louis, Missouri, to Sara Teasdale, St. Louis, Missouri,
    1907 Sep 19
    ALS, 3 p. on 1 l., w/env.

    thanking her for the copy of her book Sonnets to Duse..., praising it, and wishing for its success

  • Box 2
    Caroline White McKinney, Memphis, Tennessee, to Sara Teasdale, St. Louis, Missouri,
    1907 Sep 19
    ALS, 4 p. on 1 l., w/env.

    revealing her pride of her childhood friend ( Sara Teasdale) after seeing her "Guenevere" in The Digest

  • Box 2
    William Marion Reedy, Editor, The Mirror, St. Louis, Missouri, to Sara Teasdale, St. Louis, Missouri,
    1907 Sep 21
    TLS, 2 p. on 2 l.

    expressing his pleasure in presenting her poem ["Guenevere"] to the world, praising her book of verses, Sonnets to Duse..., and encouraging her to continue writing verses in her careful fashion

  • Box 2
    Will J. Thornton, The Buckingham, St. Louis, Missouri, to Sara Teasdale, Missouri,
    1907 Sep 24
    ALS, 2 p. on 1 l., w/env.

    praising her poem ["Guenevere"]

  • Box 2
    Fred R. Macauley, Colorado Springs, Colorado, to Sara Teasdale, St. Louis, Missouri,
    1907 Sep 26
    ALS, 10 p. on 3 l., w/env.

    thanking her for the copy of her book Sonnets to Duse...praising her effort, and mentioning seeing actress Olga Nethersole.

  • Box 2
    Frances S. Porcher, Webster Groves, Missouri, to Sara Teasdale, St. Louis, Missouri,
    1907 Sep 28
    ALS, 4 p. on 1 l., w/env.

    thanking her for the autograph copy of her book Sonnets to Duse..., writing about getting settled in their new home

  • Box 2
    Celia Ellen Harris, Hotel Berlin, Chicago, Illinois, to Sara Teasdale, St. Louis, Missouri,
    1907 Sep
    ALS, 3 p. on 1 l.

    asking for a day to visit, expressing her pleasure in her ( Sara Teasdale's ) book Sonnets to Duse..., with ALS from Mary D. Harristo Sara Teasdale, expressing her pride in Teasdale and her book

  • Box 2
    Arthur Symons, Wittersham, Kent, England, to Sara Teasdale, St. Louis, Missouri,
    1907 Oct 4
    ALS, 1 p., w/env.

    writing about the beauty of her poems and that he has written a review of her book [ Sonnets to Duse...]

  • Box 2
    Lee B. Hildebrand, St. Louis, Missouri, to Sara Teasdale, St. Louis, Missouri,
    1907 Oct 5
    ALS, 3 p. on 1 l., w/env.

    praising her book [ Sonnets to Duse...]

  • Box 2
    Arthur Symons, Rye, England, to Sara Teasdale, St. Louis, Missouri,
    1907 Oct 9
    ALS, 1 p., w/env.

    sending his review of her book [ Sonnets to Duse...] from The Saturday Review

  • Box 2
    William Marion Reedy, Editor, The Mirror, St. Louis, Missouri, to Sara Teasdale,
    1907 Oct 14
    ALS, 1 p., w/env.

    concerning her delight in receiving a letter from Arthur Symons, and saying that Symons is "not only one of the greatest living critics, but...a poet of true feeling..."

  • Box 2
    Julia Marlowe, London, England, to Sara Teasdale, St. Louis,
    1907 Oct 17
    ALS, 2 p. on 1 l., w/env.

    thanking her for the copy of her book [ Sonnets to Duse...], and discussing Arthur Symons

  • Box 2
    William Marion Reedy, Editor, The Mirror, St. Louis, Missouri, to Sara Teasdale,
    1907 Oct 17
    ALS, 1 p., w/env.

    enclosing the "notice by Arthur Symonsfrom Saturday Review"

  • Box 2
    "Sue & Kate," Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, to Sara Teasdale, St. Louis, Missouri,
    1907 Oct 19
    ALS, 3 p. on 1 l., w/env.

    thanking her for the presentation copy of her book [Sonnets to Duse...] and praising her poems and sonnets

  • Box 2
    Louise McNair, St. Louis, Missouri, to Sara Teasdale, St. Louis, Missouri,
    1907 Oct 31
    ALS, 3 p. on 1 l., w/env.

    thanking her for the copy of her book [ Sonnets to Duse...]

  • Box
    J.P. Greene, President, William Jewell College, Liberty, Missouri, to Sara Teasdale, St. Louis, Missouri,
    1907 Nov 5
    TLS, 1 p., w/env.

    thanking her for the copy of her book [ Sonnets to Duse...], and encouraging her to pursue her gift of writing verse

  • Box 2
    Marie Isabel Miller, Alton, Illinois, to Sara Teasdale, St. Louis, Missouri,
    1907 Nov 12
    ALS, 2 p. on 1 l., w/env.

    expressing appreciation of the copy of her book [ Sonnets to Duse...]

  • Box 2
    Mary C. Burke, St. Louis, Missouri, to Sara Teasdale, St. Louis, Missouri,
    1907 Nov 18
    ALS, 2 p. on 1 l., w/env.

    thanking her for the copy of her book [ Sonnets to Duse...] and wanting to see her

  • Box 2
    Guiseppe Masi, Administrator, Italian Dramatic Company, Paris, France, to Jerome A. Quay, American Consulate, Florence, Italy,
    1907 Nov 19
    AL, 1 p., w/env.

    stating that Eleanora Dusewould be returning to her home at 54 Via Robbia soon, sent to Sara Teasdaleby Jerome A. Quay

  • Box 2
    Jerome A. Quay, American Consulate, Florence, Italy, to Sara Teasdale, St. Louis, Missouri,
    1907 Nov 22
    ALS, 1 p., w/env.

    explaining the content of the November 19, 1907 letter re Eleanora Duse

  • Box 2
    William Marion Reedy, Editor, The Mirror, St. Louis, Missouri, to Sara Teasdale, St. Louis, Missouri,
    1907 Nov 29
    ALS, 1 p., w/env.

    writing that he would be glad to use "The Heart's Hearth" in the Christmas issue

  • Box 2
    Paul Y. Tupper, St. Louis, Missouri, to Sara Teasdale, St. Louis, Missouri,
    1907 Nov 30
    TLS, 2 p. on 2 l., w/env.

    thanking her for the copy of her book [ Sonnets to Duse...] and expressing his and his wife's enjoyment of her poetry

  • Box 2
    Joseph B. Gilder, Editor, Putnam's Montly, New York, New York, to Sara Teasdale, St. Louis, Missouri,
    1907 Dec 2
    TLS, 1 p., w/env.

    returning her poems except for "Dusk" which he hopes will go into the January issue

  • Box 2
    Jerome A. Quay, American Consulate, Florence, Italy, to Sara Teasdale, St. Louis, Missouri,
    1907 Dec 2
    TLS, 1 p.

    acknowledging receipt of her letter and copy of her book [ Sonnets to Duse...] to be forwarded to Eleanora Duse

  • Box 2
    Laura A. Proetz, St. Louis, Missouri, to Sara Teasdale, St. Louis, Missouri,
    1907 Dec 10
    ALS, 2 p. on 1 l., w/env.

    wishing to purchase her book of verse [ Sonnets to Duse...]as a Christmas gift

  • Box 2
    [ ], St. Louis, Missouri, to Sara Teasdale, St. Louis, Missouri,
    1907 Dec 10
    AL, 3 p. on 3 l., w/env.

    praising her book of verse, Sonnets to Duse..., and including a poem

  • Box 2
    Sidney Rogers Cook, Assistant Editor, G.P. Putnam's Sons, Putnam's Monthly, New York, New York, to Sara Teasdale, St. Louis, Missouri,
    1907 Dec 11
    TLS, 1 p., w/env.

    sending a copy of her Sonnets to Duse...for her to autograph and saying that "Dusk" will be in the February issue

  • Box 2
    "Aunt Jennie," Cincinnati, Ohio, to Sara Teasdale, St. Louis, Missouri,
    1907 Dec 13
    ALS, 4 p. on 1 l., w/env.

    thanking her for the book, [ Sonnets to Duse...], commenting on her gift for writing poetry, and wanting her parents to visit on their way from Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

  • Box 2
    M. Augusta Bailey, Providence, Rhode Island, to Sara Teasdale, St. Louis, Missouri,
    1907 Dec 26
    ALS, 2 p. on 1 l., w/env.

    thanking her for the book [ Sonnets to Duse...]

  • Box 2
    "Emma," St. Louis, Missouri, to Sara Teasdale, St. Louis, Missouri,
    1907 Dec 30
    ALS, 3 p. on 1 l., w/env.

    thanking her for the book [ Sonnets to Duse...], praising the sonnets, and wishing to talk with her

  • Box 2
    Dorothy Colby, Ithaca, New York, to Sara Teasdale, St. Louis, Missouri,
    1908 Jan 3
    ALS, 3 p. on 1 l., w/env.

    praising her book [ Sonnets to Duse...] and relating personally to some of the poems, and discussing the relationship between a work and its artist and how they are perceived by others

  • Box 2
    Arthur Hornblow, Editor, The Theatre Magazine, New York, New York, to Sara Teasdale, St. Louis, Missouri,
    1908 Jan 14
    TLS, 1 p., w/env.

    returning her poem unused due to lack of space

  • Box 2
    Vine Colbyto Inez (Dutro) Georgeand Frank George
    1908 Jan
    ANS, 2 p. on 1 l.

    re the birth of their baby, Barbara George

  • Box 2
    Frances Joseph, London, England, to Sara Teasdale, St. Louis, Missouri,
    1908 Feb 6
    ALS, 2 p. on 1 l., w/env.

    expressing appreciation for the book of verses [ Sonnets to Duse...] sent to Mary F. Raphael, who is not well, and saying that Mrs. Raphael has sent three autographed photographs of her pictures to Sara Teasdale

  • Box 2
    Marion Cummings Stanley, University of Arizona, Tucson, Arizona, to Sara Teasdale,St. Louis, Missouri,
    1908 Feb 8
    ALS, 8 p. on 2 l., w/env.

    commenting favorably on her book of verse [ Sonnets to Duse...], which she borrowed from Fred R. Macauley, referring to Sara Teasdaleas having "the unmistakable lyric touch," comparing her own verse to Sara Teasdale's , and wanting to talk with her and get to know her

  • Box 2
    Mary F. Raphael, St. Lawrence, Ventnor, Isle of Wight, England, to Sara Teasdale, St. Louis, Missouri,
    1908 Mar 1
    ALS, 3 p. on 1 l., w/env.

    expressing her pleasure in Sara Teasdale's poem, "Guenevere," writing that their interpretations of Tennyson's masterpiece are very similar and that she will send a photograph of her picture of the work which illustrates this

  • Box 2
    The Potters, St. Louis, Missouri, to Inez (Dutro) George, Hutchinson, Kansas,
    1908 Mar 4
    Telegram, 1 p.

    sending congratulations for their baby, Barbara George

  • Box 2
    Pinkie D. McGrew, St. Louis, Missouri, to Sara Teasdale, St. Louis, Missouri,
    1908 Mar 6
    ALS, 1 p., w/env.

    thanking her for the copy of her book [ Sonnets to Duse...]

  • Box
    Agnes M. Schulenberg, St. Louis, Missouri, to Sara Teasdale, St. Louis, Missouri,
    1908 Mar 6
    ALS, 4 p. on 1 l., w/env.

    praising her book of verse, Sonnets to Duse..., and complimenting her writing

  • Box 2
    John Myers O'Hara, The Grunewald, New Orleans, Louisiana, to Sara Teasdale, St. Louis, Missouri,
    1908 Mar 8
    ALS, 2 p. on 2 l., w/env.

    acknowledging her praise for his translation of the odes and fragments of Sapphoand writing that he would be glad to send her a copy, and referring to one of her poems as being of "rare beauty of thought and expression"

  • Box 2
    Oliver H. Campbell, St. Louis, Missouri, to Sara Teasdale, St. Louis, Missouri,
    1908 Mar 9
    ALS, 1 p., w/env.

    expressing enjoyment of her book [ Sonnets to Duse...] and congratulating her on its success

  • Box 2
    John Myers O'Hara, Chicago, Illinois, to Sara Teasdale, St. Louis, Missouri,
    1908 Mar 16
    ALS, 2 p. on 2 l., w/env.

    thanking her for her book of poems [ Sonnets to Duse...] and expressing his appreciation of the dedicatory triolet to himself, giving high praise to her sonnets and comparing her admirably to Christina Rossetti, critiquing some of the poems, and giving her the original draft of "The Sleep Wind"

  • Box 2
    Adelia C. Arens, Detroit, Michigan, to The Mirror, St. Louis, Missouri,
    1908 Mar 23
    ALS, 2 p on 1 l.

    asking for Sara Teasdale's address in order to write for permission to set her "The Heart's Hearth" to music

  • Box 2
    H. Nelson Gay, Secretary and Treasurer, Keats Shelley Memorial Association, Rome, Italy, to Sara Teasdale, Cromwell Hall, Cromwell, Connecticut,
    1908 Mar 26
    ALS, 1 p., w/env.

    acknowledging receipt of her poem dedicated to John Keatsfor the anniversary of his death

  • Box 2
    William Marion Reedy, Editor, The Mirror, St. Louis, Missouri, to Sara Teasdale, Cromwell Hall, Cromwell, Connecticut,
    1908 Mar 26
    TLS, 1 p.

    enclosing a March 23rd letter from Adelia C. Arensand relaying praises for her Sonnet on John Keatsfrom Elizabeth Waddelland R.E. Lee Gibson

  • Box 2
    Elizabeth M. Brown, O'Fallon, Illinois, to Sara Teasdale, Cromwell Hall, Cromwell, Connecticut,
    1908 May 3
    ALS, 6 p. on 4 l., with enclosure, w/env.

    hoping she is well and commenting on her treatments

  • Box 2
    William H. Hills, The Writer, Boston, Massachusetts, to Sara Teasdale, c/o Harper's Magazine, New York, New York,
    1908 May 19
    TL, 1 p., w/env.

    requesting a paragraph referring to her poem, "Love in Autumn" and information about herself, with a page from his magazine

  • Box 2
    William Marion Reedy, Editor, The Mirror, St. Louis, Missouri, to Sara Teasdale, Cromwell Hall, Cromwell, Connecticut,
    1908 [May]
    APCS

    writing a note about her lines on John Keatson a postcard showing where Keats died which was sent to him from Rome, Italy

  • Box 2
    John Myers O'Hara, Hotel Longacre, New York, New York, to Sara Teasdale, Cromwell Hall, Cromwell, Connecticut,
    1908 July 12
    ALS, 1 p., w/env.

    sending along an article from The Evening Postabout new books of verse which mentions Sara Teasdale's sonnet to Sappho

  • Box 2
    Henry C. R[ ]e, Pineorchard, Connecticut, to Sara Teasdale, Pomeroy Cottage, Gloucester, Massachusetts,
    1908 Aug 22
    ALS, 3 p. on 1 l., w/env.

    acknowledging receipt of her remembrance and wishing to hear her read some of her poems

  • Box 2
    Elizabeth McCracken, Cambridge, Massachusetts, to Sara Teasdale, St. Louis, Missouri,
    1908 Oct 7
    TLS, 2 p. on 2 l.

    thanking her for her letter and copy of her book, Sonnets to Duse..., saying she had already read her poems while at the home of Arthur Symonsalong with Julia Marlowe, and mentioning some of her favorite poems by Sara Teasdale

  • Box 2
    Mary Elizabeth Willard Teasdale, St. Louis, Missouri, to Bruce M. Stanley, Tucson, Arizona,
    1908 Nov 1
    Telegram

    re Sara Teasdale's impending arrival in Tucson

  • Box 2
    William Marion Reedy, Editor, The Mirror, St. Louis, Missouri, to Sara Teasdale, Tucson, Arizona,
    1908 Dec 23
    ALS, 2 p. on 2 l., w/env.

    advising her on having Helen of Troypublished

  • Box 2
    Sara Teasdale, Tucson, Arizona, to Inez (Dutro) George, Hutchinson, Kansas,
    1909 Jan 28
    APCS

    thanking her for the Christmas gift and saying she is going home next week

  • Box 2
    Bruce M. Stanley, Tucson, Arizona, to Sara Teasdale, St. Louis, Missouri,
    1909 Feb 4
    Telegram

    hoping she had a restful journey home

  • Box 2
    Sara Teasdale, St. Louis, Missouri, to Bruce M. Stanley, Tucson, Arizona,
    1909 Feb 4
    Telegram

    thanking him for his kindness and sending love to Marion Cummings Stanley

  • Box 2
    Sara Teasdale, St. Louis, Missouri, to Bruce M. Stanley, Tucson, Arizona,
    1909 Feb 5
    Telegram

    writing "passed Liberal all right"

  • Box 2
    Sara Teasdale, St. Louis, to Bruce M. Stanley, Tucson, Arizona,
    1909 Feb 6
    Telegram

    acknowledging receipt of a package

  • Box 2
    Sara Teasdale, St. Louis, Missouri, to Bruce M. Stanley, Tucson, Arizona
    1909 Feb 10
    APCS
  • Box 2
    Sara Teasdale, St. Louis, Missouri, to Bruce M. Stanley, Tucson, Arizona
    1909 Mar 10
    APCS
  • Box 2
    Charles Scribner's Sons, Publishers, New York, New York, to Sara Teasdale, St. Louis, Missouri,
    1909 Mar 15
    TLS, 1 p.

    accepting "Helen" for publication

  • Box 2
    Thekla Bernays, St. Louis, Missouri, to Sara Teasdale, St. Louis, Missouri,
    1909 Mar 19
    ALS, 1 p., w/env.

    thanking her for the copy of her book, Sonnets to Duse..., and praising it as well as her gift of writing

  • Box 2
    Williamina Parrish, New York, New York, to Vine Colby, St. Louis, Missouri,
    1909 Mar 19
    APCS

    chiding her for not writing

  • Box 2
    Harper & Brothers, Publishers, New York, New York, to Sara Teasdale, St. Louis, Missouri,
    1909 Mar 22
    TLS, 2 p. on 1 l., w/env.

    relating that a Mr. Sidney Faneof London, England has asked permission to set her poem "Buried Love" to music

  • Box 2
    Editors, The Bookman, New York, New York, to Sara Teasdale, St. Louis, Missouri,
    1909 Mar 23
    TL, 1 p.

    accepting her poems "November" and "Vox Amoris" for publication

  • Box 3
    William Marion Reedy, Editor, The Mirror, St. Louis, Missouri, to Sara Teasdale, St. Louis, Missouri,
    1909 Apr 6
    ALS, 1 p.

    asking her to read a book of poems and write a criticism of it

  • Box 3
    William Marion Reedy, Editor, The Mirror, St. Louis, Missouri, to Sara Teasdale, St. Louis, Missouri,
    1909 Apr 12
    ALS, 1 p., w/env.

    commenting on the death of Algernon Charles Swinburne

  • Box 3
    Alice Evelyn Watson, St. Louis, Missouri, to Sara Teasdale, St. Louis, Missouri,
    1909 Apr 15
    ALS, 2 p. on 1 l., w/env.

    telling her that her poems are beautiful

  • Box 3
    Orrick S. Johns, St. Louis, Missouri, to Sara Teasdale, St. Louis, Missouri,
    1909 Apr 16
    ALS, 6 p. on 2 l., w/env.

    writing that her poetry sings; commenting on her literary gift, her lyrical quality, and "the value of the songs,"; and, discussing the "necessity of deciding between the artificial-imagination and this other thing of simplicity in beauty-simplicity and the heart." There is much literary thought and discussion

  • Box 3
    Sidney Fane, Claridge House, Sevenoaks, London, England, to Sara Teasdale, St. Louis, Missouri,
    1909 Apr 17
    ALS, 2 p. on 1 l., w/env.

    writing about having his songs published, including one with the words to Sara Teasdale's poem, "Buried Love"

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    Sara Teasdale, St. Louis, Missouri, to Bruce M. Stanley, Tucson, Arizona,
    1909 Apr 23
    APCS

    re the beauty of spring

  • Box 3
    Associate Editor, The Craftsman, New York, New York, to Sara Teasdale, St. Louis, Missouri,
    1909 May 22
    TLS, 1 p.

    accepting her poem, "The Prayer," for publicaton

  • Box 3
    Ethel M. Kelly, Hampton's Magazine, New York, New York, to Sara Teasdale, c/o Current Literature, New York, New York,
    1909 June 5
    TLS, 1 p.

    showing an interest in her poem, "On the Death of Swinburne" and wishing to reproduce something of hers in one of their issues

  • Box 3
    Thomas C. Clark, St. Louis, Missouri, to Sara Teasdale, St. Louis, Missouri,
    1909 June 12
    ALS, 1 p.

    sending a copy of one of his new songs, "A Queen of the Long Age"

  • Box 3
    William Marion Reedy, Editor, The Mirror, St. Louis, Missouri, to Sara Teasdale, Cromwell Hall, Cromwell, Connecticut,
    1909 June 22
    ALS, 3 p. on 3 l., w/env.

    discussing Witter Bynner's favorable comments on her poetry and his being with publishers Small, Maynard & Company, mentioning John Stapleton Cowley's praise of "Guenevere," and Zoe Aikin's new book

  • Box 3
    Thomas C. Clark, St. Louis, Missouri, to Sara Teasdale, Charlevoix, Michigan,
    1909 Aug 3
    ALS, 3 p. on 3 l., w/env.

    thanking her for her book of poems [ Sonnets to Duse...] and naming his favorites

  • Box 3
    Marion Cummings Stanley, Charlevoix, Michigan, to Bruce M. Stanley, Los Angeles, California,
    1909 Aug 19
    ALS, 2 p. on 1 l., w/env.

    describing the peacefulness of Charlevoixand her visit with Sara Teasdale, and asking him to send some money

  • Box 3
    Marion Cummings Stanley, Charlevoix, Michigan, to Bruce M. Stanley, Los Angeles, California,
    1909 Aug 21
    APCS

    re boating

  • Box 3
    Marion Cummings Stanley, Charlevoix, Michigan, to Bruce M. Stanley, Los Angeles, California,
    1909 Aug 23
    ALS, 6 p. on 3 l., w/env.

    mentioning a boat trip around Traverse Baywith Mamie Teasdale Wheless, her delight with Charlevoixand Sara Teasdaleand her family, and wanting to discuss plans with him

  • Box 3
    Marion Cummings Stanley, Charlevoix, Michigan, to Bruce M. Stanley, Los Angeles, California,
    1909 Aug 26
    ALS, 4 p. on 2 l., w/env.

    discussing a trip around Pine Lakeon a "miniature ferry," plans for leaving there and returning to Tucson, Arizona, mentioning Sara Teasdale's and her poetry writing, receiving "Mr. Sappho's" [John Myers O'Hara]new book, Songs of the Open

  • Box 3
    Marion Cummings Stanley, Charlevoix, Michigan, to Bruce M. Stanley, Los Angeles, California
    1909 Aug 28
    APCS
  • Box 3
    Marion Cummings Stanley, Charlevoix, Michigan, to Bruce M. Stanley, Los Angeles, California
    1909 Aug 31
    APCS
  • Box 3
    Marion Cummings Stanley, Charlevoix, Michigan, to Bruce M. Stanley, Los Angeles, California,
    1909 Sep 1
    ALS, 4 p. on 1 l., w/env.

    re personal matters and plans for leaving

  • Box 3
    Sara Teasdale, Charlevoix, Michigan, to Vine Colby, St. Louis, Missouri,
    1909 Sep 2
    APCS

    writing about Marion Cummings Stanley's visit, on a postcard with a view of a river, "The Old Channel," in Charlevoix

  • Box 3
    Sara Teasdale, Charlevoix, Michigan, to Vine Colby, St. Louis,
    1909 Sep 2
    APCS

    sending a postcard with another view of a river, "Old River," in Charlevoix

  • Box 3
    Marion Cummings Stanley, Charlevoix, Michigan, to Bruce M. Stanley, Los Angeles, California,
    1909 Sep 4
    ALS, 3 p. on 2 l., w/env.

    writing personal news

  • Box 3
    Alexander N. DeMenil, St. Louis, Missouri, to Sara Teasdale, St. Louis, Missouri,
    1909 Sep 19
    ALS, 3 p. on 1 l., w/env.

    thanking her for the copy of her book [ Sonnets to Duse...] and praising her work

  • Box 3
    Madison Cawein, Louisville, Kentucky, to Sara Teasdale, St. Louis, Missouri,
    1909 Oct 3
    ALS, 3 p. on 1 l.

    praising her book, Sonnets to Duse..., commenting on "Japanese Incense" as being "as fragrant in words as is the perfume it speaks," and saying that her love-songs are as lovely as those of Sappho

  • Box 3
    Sara Teasdale, St. Louis, Missouri, to Bruce M. Stanley, University of Arizona, Tucson, Arizona,
    1909 Oct 15
    ALS, 2 p. on 1 l., w/env.

    sending pictures of the buildings in which she is spending time, and reminiscing about time spent with Marion Cummings Stanley

  • Box 3
    Clayton Hamilton, Associate Editor, The Forum, New York, New York, to Sara Teasdale, St. Louis, Missouri,
    1909 Nov 8
    ALS, 1 p.

    accepting her poem, "To Cleis," for publicaton

  • Box 3
    Chen E. Cory, Washington University, St. Louis, Missouri, to Sara Teasdale, St. Louis, Missouri,
    1909 Dec 13
    ALS, 1 p., w/env.

    thanking her for the gift

  • Box 3
    Sara Teasdale, St. Louis, Missouri, to Bruce M. Stanley, University of Arizona, Tucson, Arizona,
    1909 Dec 21
    ANS, w/env.

    sending a Christmas greeting

  • Box 3
    Sara Teasdale, St. Louis, Missouri, to Bruce M. Stanley, University of Arizona, Tucson, Arizona,
    1909 Dec 28
    APCS

    thanking him for the candy

  • Box 3
    Alfred Edward Housman, University College, London, England, to Sara Teasdale, The Valencia, St. Augustine, Florida,
    1910 Jan 1
    ALS, 1 p., w/env.

    sending his appreciation of her gift of the book [ Sonnets to Duse...]

  • Box 3
    Sara Teasdale, The Valencia, St. Augustine, Florida, to Editor, The Forum, New York, New York,
    1910 Jan 10
    ALS, 2 p. on 1 l., w/env.

    requesting the return of her short monologue, "Sappho," with ANS from the Editor saying that they are using it in the February issue

  • Box 3
    Sara Teasdale, The Valencia, St. Augustine, Florida, to Vine Colby, St. Louis, Missouri,
    1910 Jan 17
    APCS

    thinking of her in this "loveliest, quaintest town"

  • Box 3
    Sara Teasdale, The Valencia, St. Augustine, Florida, to Bruce M. Stanley, University of Arizona, Tucson, Arizona,
    1910 Feb 10
    APCS

    thanking him for the gift of "the dear little Japanese girl feeding the fawns"

  • Box 3
    Sara Teasdale, The Valencia, St. Augustine, Florida, to Vine Colby, St. Louis, Missouri,
    1910 Feb 20
    APCS

    thanking her for "the interesting sixteenth century gentleman with a telephone receiver"

  • Box 3
    Sara Teasdale, The Valencia, St. Augustine, Florida, to Bruce M. Stanley, University of Arizona, Tucson, Arizona
    1910 Mar 17
    APCS
  • Box 3
    Caroline Risqueto Frank George, Hutchinson, Kansas,
    1910 Mar 23
    ALS, 3 p. on 1 l.

    receiving the baby picutres of Barbara Georgeand the newborn, and asking that the Potter's Wheelbe sent to Lillie Rose Ernstat Hosmer Hall

  • Box 3
    Frances M. Weir, Kensington, England, to Sara Teasdale, St. Louis, Missouri,
    1910 Apr 14
    ALS, 3 p. on 1 l., w/env.

    requesting permission to set to music her poem, "Pierrot," and giving some information about herself including being a student of Leopold Godowsky

  • Box 3
    Olive Ruby Hammon, St. Louis, Missouri, to Sara Teasdale, St. Louis, Missouri,
    1910 Apr 20
    ALS, 2 p. on 1 l.

    requesting permission to set to music her poem, "Daisy Time"

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    Jessie Johnston Linton, Chigaco, Illinois, to Sara Teasdale, Charlevoix, Michigan,
    1910 Jul 21
    ALS, 2 p. on 1 l., w/env.

    requesting permission to set to music her poem, "Pierrot"

  • Box 3
    The Century Company, Union Square, New York, to Sara Teasdale, Charlevoix, Michigan,
    1910 Aug 23
    TLS, 1 p., w/env.

    enclosing a letter from someone in Aberdeen, Scotlandrequesting permission to use one of her poems

  • Box 3
    Joan A. Rae, Aberdeen, Scotland, to Editor, Century Magazine,
    1910 Aug
    ALS, 3 p. on 1 l.

    wishing to obtain Sara Teasdale's consent for publishing a song with her poem, "Daisy Time," set to music

  • Box 3
    George Sterling, Carmel, California, to Sara Teasdale, Charlevoix, Michigan,
    1910 Aug 27
    ALS, 2 p. on 2 l., w/env.

    discussing "Miss French's" work in poetry, gladly accepting Sara Teasdale's praise of his own work, and mentioning John Myers O'Haraand his "Sapphic poems"

  • Box 3
    Joan A. Rae, Aberdeen, Scotland, to Sara Teasdale, Charlevoix, Michigan,
    1910 Aug 30
    ALS, 3 p. on 1 l., w/env.

    requesting permission to publish as a song her poem "Daisy Time" which she has set to music

  • Box 3
    B. Russell Herts, Editor, The International, New York, New York, to Sara Teasdale, St. Louis, Missouri,
    1910 Sep 8
    TLS, 1 p.

    re using her poems

  • Box 3
    G. P. Putnam's Sons, New York, New York, to Sara Teasdale, St. Louis, Missouri,
    1910 Sep 20
    TLS, 1 p., w/env.

    sending a check in payment for two of her poems to be published in Putnam's Monthly

  • Box 3
    B. Russell Herts, Editor, The International, New York, New York, to Sara Teasdale, St. Louis, Missouri,
    1910 Oct 27
    TLS, 1 p.

    concerning her poem, "Erinna," which is to appear in their second issue, and mentioning as among her admirers, Louis Untermeyer, Mitchell Kennerley, Michael Monahan, and Richard Le Galliene

  • Box 3
    B. Russell Herts, Editor, The International, The Moods Publishing Company, New York, New York, to Sara Teasdale, St. Louis, Missouri,
    1910 Nov 28
    TLS, 2 p. on 2 l.

    concerning the publication of her volume of poems, their undertaking the publishing of four or five volumes of verse as well as the second book of "The Younger Choir," and companies wanting a guarantee of sales when publishing poetry

  • Box 3
    G.P. Putnam's Sons, New York, New York, to Sara Teasdale, St. Louis, Missouri,
    1910 Dec 13
    TLS, 2 p. on 1 l., w/env.

    offering her a publishing proposition for her volume of verse specifying that she would bear the entire cost of production

  • Box 3
    Williamina Parrish, New York, New York, to Vine Colby, St. Louis, Missouri
    1910 Dec 14
    APCS
  • Box 3
    Robert Underwood Johnson, Editor, The Century Magazine, Union Square, New York, to Sara Teasdale, St. Louis, Missouri,
    1910 Dec 30
    TLS, 1 p.

    accepting her poem, "The Wind," for publication

  • Box 3
    Albert Victor Young, Cable Hall, Knoxville, Tennessee, to Sara Teasdale, St. Louis, Missouri,
    1911 Jan 12
    ALS, 2 p. on 1 l., w/env.

    requesting permission to set to music her poem, "Daisy Time"

  • Box 3
    Vine Colbyto Petronelle Sombart,
    1911 Jan 13
    ALS, 5 p. on 5 l.

    thanking her for the lace jabot, describing at great length the Potter party, and mentioning each of the Potters

  • Box 3
    Robert Underwood Johnson, Editor, The Century Magazine, Union Square, New York, to Sara Teasdale, New York, New York,
    1911 Feb 6
    TLS, 1 p., w/env.

    according her the right to make further use of her verse, "Song," published by the magazine last July in her book or in a musical setting, and accepting her poem, "The Wind," for publication

  • Box 3
    Charles Hanson Towne, Editor, The Delineator, New York, New York, to Sara Teasdale, New York, New York,
    1911 Feb 8
    ALS, 2 p. on 1 l., w/env.

    thanking her for her letter and volume, Sonnets to Duse...

  • Box 3
    George Sylvester Viereck, Viereck Publishing Company, New York, New York, to Sara Teasdale, New York, New York,
    1911 Feb 11
    TLS, 1 p., w/env.

    returning the "Young Choir" with his signature

  • Box 3
    Witter Bynner, Hotel Seymour, New York, New York, to Sara Teasdale, New York, New York,
    1911 Feb 15
    ALS, 1 p., w/env.

    concerning an evening of poetry [a meeting of the Poetry Society of America]

  • Box 3
    Joseph Benson Gilder, Editor, The Saturday Review of Books, The New York Times, New York, New York, to Sara Teasdale, New York, New York,
    1911 Feb 26
    ALS, 1 p., w/env.

    giving his weekday schedule

  • Box 3
    Jessie Belle Rittenhouse, Secretary, The Poetry Society of America, Gramercy Park, New York, New York, to Sara Teasdale, New York, New York,
    1911 Feb 26
    ALS, 1 p., w/env.

    wanting to meet her at the next meeting and commenting that Sara Teasdale's "Helen," read by Witter Bynner, was well accepted

  • Box 3
    Henry Mills Alden, Editor, Harper's Magazine, Harper & Brothers, Franklin Square, New York, to Sara Teasdale, New York, New York,
    1911 Feb 27
    ALS, 1 p., w/env.

    giving his weekday schedule

  • Box 3
    Ernest R. Kroeger, Director, the Kroeger School of Music, St. Louis, Missouri, to Sara Teasdale, New York, New York,
    1911 Feb 28
    ALS, 1 p.

    writing that he has set to music two of her poems, "Buried Love" and "Pierrot"

  • Box 3
    John Shea, University of Kansas, Lawrence, Kansas, to Sara Teasdale, St. Louis, Missouri,
    1911 Mar 28
    ALS, 2 p. on 1 l., w/env.

    finding her quatrain "At Night" to be pure and true

  • Box 3
    Jessie Belle Rittenhouse, New York, New York, to Sara Teasdale, St. Louis, Missouri,
    1911 Mar 30
    ALS, 3 p. on 1 l., w/env.

    thanking her for the book [ Sonnets to Duse...], and saying it was both a pleasure to read it and to meet her, and commenting that "poets are the most charming people on earth"

  • Box 3
    Albert Victor Young, Piano and Harmony, Knoxville, Tennessee, to Sara Teasdale, St. Louis, Missouri,
    1911 Apr 19
    TLS, 1 p., w/env.

    thanking her for giving him permission to use her poems, "Daisy Time" and "Song" as musical settings, and asking permission to use "Twilight"

  • Box 3
    Sara Teasdale, St. Louis, Missouri, to Bruce M. Stanley, Tucson, Arizona,
    1911 July 1
    ALS, 3 p. on 1 l., w/env.

    thanking him for his note about a photograph of herself she had sent

  • Box 3
    B. Russell Herts, Editor, The International, The Moods Publishing Company, New York, New York, to Sara Teasdale, St. Louis, Missouri,
    1911 July 6
    TLS, 1 p.

    calling her "On the Tower" a magnificent piece of work and printing it in the August issue

  • Box 3
    Natalie Bigelow, Evanston, Illinois, to Sara Teasdale, Charlevoix, Michigan,
    1911 Aug 10
    ALS, 3 p. on 1 l., w/env.

    requesting permission to submit for publication a musical setting of her poem, "The Prayer"

  • Box 3
    Natalie Bigelow, Evanston, Illinois, to Sara Teasdale, Charlevoix, Michigan,
    1911 Aug 28
    ALS, 3 p. on 1 l., w/env.

    thanking her for her courtesy and for the pleasure her poems give her

  • Box 3
    H. Alexander Matthews, Germantown, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, to Sara Teasdale, [Charlevoix, Michigan],
    1911 Sep 6
    ALS, 2 p. on 1 l.

    acknowledging receipt of her lyrics, and asking her charge for using them

  • Box 3
    R.E. Lee Gibson, St. Louis, Missouri, to Sara Teasdale, St. Louis, Missouri,
    1911 Oct 9
    ALS, 3 p. on 1 l., w/env.

    giving high praise to her work in the book of poems [ Helen of Troy and Other Poems], and wanting to write a nice review for The Hesperian

  • Box 3
    Madison Cawein, Louisville, Kentucky, to Sara Teasdale, St. Louis, Missouri,
    1911 Oct 10
    ALS, 4 p. on 1 l., w/env.

    praising her book of poems [ Helen of Troy...], especially the love songs, and wanting to send her a copy of his selected Poems

  • Box 3
    George Sylvester Viereck, The Viereck Publishing Company, New York, New York, to Sara Teasdale, St. Louis, Missouri,
    1911 Oct 10
    TLS, 1 p., w/env.

    thanking her for the gift of the charming book [ Helen of Troy...]

  • Box 3
    B. Russell Herts, Editor, The International, The Moods Publishing Company, New York, New York, to Sara Teasdale, St. Louis, Missouri,
    1911 Oct 10
    TLS, 1 p., w/env.

    commenting on her book of poems, Helen of Troy...

  • Box 3
    Alexander N. DeMenil, The Hesperian, St. Louis, Missouri, to Sara Teasdale, St. Louis, Missouri,
    1911 Oct 10
    ALS, 1 p., w/env.

    thanking her for the copy of Helen of Troy...and wishing her success

  • Box 3
    Lily S. Anthony, Montrose, Pennsylvania, to Sara Teasdale, St. Louis, Missouri,
    1911 Oct 11
    ALS, 3 p. on 1 l., w/env.

    thanking her for the gift, [ Helen of Troy...], and planning to read the verses with her husband on their wedding trip

  • Box 3
    John Myers O'Hara, New York, New York, to Sara Teasdale, St. Louis, Missouri,
    1911 Oct 11
    ALS, 1 p., w/env.

    thanking her for the volume, [ Helen of Troy...], and commenting on its "lyric splendor"

  • Box 3
    Orrick Johns, St. Louis, Missouri, to Sara Teasdale, St. Louis, Missouri,
    1911 Oct 12
    ALS, 4 p. on 1 l., w/env.

    thanking her for the book, [ Helen of Troy...], saying that he has written a review of her book for The Mirror, and commenting that "On the Tower" us "dramatic promise as well as fine poetry"

  • Box 3
    Robert Underwood Johnson, Editor, The Century Magazine, Union Square, New York, to Sara Teasdale, St. Louis, Missouri,
    1911 Oct 13
    TLS, 1 p., w/env.

    thanking her for the copy of Helen of Troy..., and sending in return a copy of his Poems

  • Box 3
    Marion Cummings Stanley, Tucson, Arizona, to Sara Teasdale, St. Louis, Missouri,
    1911 Oct 13
    ALS, 6 p. on 3 l., w/env.

    calling the verses in her book, [ Helen of Troy...] "dear and familiar," showing pride in the dedication, saying that she was glad the book arrived after her spell of illness and melancholy and that she is looking forward to better health and the success of her own book

  • Box 3
    Witter Bynner, Windsor, Vermont, to Sara Teasdale, St. Louis, Missouri,
    1911 Oct 16
    ALS, 2 p. on 1 l., w/env.

    thanking her for the book Helen of Troy..., and promising to copy some verses for her

  • Box 3
    Paul Y. Tupper, St. Louis, Missouri, to Sara Teasdale, St. Louis, Missouri,
    1911 Oct 16
    ALS, 2 p.on 2 l., w/env.

    referring to her new book, Helen to Troy..., as a "perfect delight," and thanking her for the copy

  • Box 3
    William Marion Reedy, Editor, The Mirror, St. Louis, Missouri, to Sara Teasdale, St. Louis, Missouri,
    1911 Oct 17
    ALS, 1 p., w/env.

    commenting that Orrick Johnshas written a fine review of Helen of Troy...

  • Box 3
    Willa Sibert Cather, Cherry Valley, New York, to Sara Teasdale, St. Louis, Missouri,
    1911 Oct 19
    ALS, 2 p.on 1 l., w/env.

    thanking her for the volume of Helen of Troy..., and mentioning the lyrics she especially liked

  • Box 3
    Thekla Bernays, The Washington, St. Louis, to Sara Teasdale, St. Louis, Missouri,
    1911 Oct 21
    ALS, 3 p. on 1 l., w/env.

    thanking her for the gift of her book, Helen of Troy..., and commenting that the love-songs are her favorite and that they "have that artlessness that signifies the mastery of art"

  • Box 3
    Henry Mills Alden, Editor, Harper's Magazine, Harper & Brothers, Franklin Square, New York, to Sara Teasdale, St. Louis, Missouri,
    1911 Oct 23
    ALS, 1 p., w/env.

    thanking her for sending the volume of verse, Helen of Troy..., and indicating that it has already become a family treasure

  • Box 3
    Homer Croy, New York, New York, to Sara Teasdale, St. Louis, Missouri,
    1911 Oct 23
    ALS, 2 p. on 1 l., w/env.

    thanking her for the book, Helen of Troy..., and mentioning his boarders' reaction to the volume

  • Box 3
    Alfred Edward Housman, Trinity College, Cambridge, England, to Sara Teasdale, St. Louis, Missouri,
    1911 Oct 25
    ALS, 1 p., w/env.

    thanking her for the gift of her poems, Helen of Troy...

  • Box 3
    Mrs. A.D. Kerry, Seattle, Washington, to Sara Teasdale, St. Louis, Missouri,
    1911 Oct 27
    ALS, 3 p. on 1 l.

    requesting permission to set to music her poem, "Twilight," with ANS from her mother, Mary Elizabeth Willard Teasdale, on back

  • Box 3
    Louis Untermeyer, New York, New York, to Sara Teasdale, St. Louis, Missouri,
    1911 Oct 27
    ALS, 2 p. on 1 l., w/env.

    admiring her "powers & artistic discrimination," commenting on his own verse, "The Poet," which Sara Teasdalehad praised, sending her "a little burlesque volume," The Younger Quire, saying she will like the review of her Helen of Troy..., and praising her work

  • Box 3
    William H. Gardner, Boston, Massachusetts, to Sara Teasdale, St. Louis, Missouri,
    1911 Oct 28
    ALS, 2 p. on 1 l., w/env.

    expressing his enjoyment of her poems, extending congratulations on her book, Helen of Troy..., commenting on Charles Hanson Towne's splendid work, and saying that his own "sense of rhythm is so lyrical in style..."

  • Box 3
    S.T. Newton, Essex County, New York, to Sara Teasdale, St. Louis, Missouri,
    1911 Oct 30
    ALS, 1 p., w/env.

    requesting some biographical information for his upcoming article on poets

  • Box 4
    Jessie Belle Rittenhouse, New York, New York, to Sara Teasdale, St. Louis, Missouri,
    1911 Nov 5
    ALS, 5 p. on 2 l., w/env.

    praising her book of verse, Helen of Troy..., discussing a trip to Europeand plans for a future trip abroad, and mentioning a meeting of the Poetry Society of Americawith a discussion of the Irish plays and invluding interesting persons such as Henry Van Dykeand Curtis Hidden Page

  • Box 4
    Frederick Oakes Sylvester, Central High School, St. Louis, Missouri, to Sara Teasdale, St. Louis, Missouri,
    1911 Nov 5
    ALS, 1 p., w/env.

    expressing his appreciation of the gift of her book, Helen of Troy..., and sending a token in return

  • Box 4
    John Myers O'Hara, New York, New York, to Sara Teasdale, St. Louis, Missouri,
    1911 Nov 8
    ALS, 6 p. on 3 l., w/env.

    giving high praise to her book of verse, Helen of Troy..., calling "Helen of Troy" and "On the Tower" "postive triumphs," critiquing several of the poems, comparing her favorably to Elizabeth Barrett Browningand Christina Rossetti, and writing a French translation of "The Pagan End"

  • Box 4
    John L. Hervey, Chicago, Illinois, to Sara Teasdale, St. Louis, Missouri,
    1911 Nov 11
    ALS, 3 p. on 1 l., w/env.

    thanking her for the volume of her poems, Helen of Troy..., calling her "a real poet," and saying that it will be a delightful privilege to read her new poems

  • Box 4
    F. Dewey Richards, The Friars, New York, New York, to Sara Teasdale, St. Louis, Missouri,
    1911 Nov 16
    ALS, 2 p. on 1 l., w/env.

    requesting permission to publish his musical setting of her verse, "Song," and asking to use the first line as the title

  • Box 4
    Julia Marlowe Sothern, Manhattan Opera House, New York, New York, to Sara Teasdale, St. Louis, Missouri,
    1911 Nov 24
    ALS, 1 p., w/env.

    wishing to meet with her to discuss her book, Helen of Troy...

  • Box 4
    Julia G. Scott, President General, National Society Daughters of the American Revolution, Washington, D.C., to Sara Teasdale, St. Louis, Missouri,
    1911 Nov 20
    TLS, 2 p. on 1 l., w/env.

    sending thanks for her book of verse, Helen of Troy...

  • Box 4
    Bruce M. Stanley, Tucson, Arizona, to Sara Teasdale, St. Louis, Missouri,
    1911 Nov 30
    ALS, 4 p. on 1 l., w/env.

    reminiscing about a Thanksgiving dinner with Marion Cummings Stanleyand Sara, writing about Marion's despair over the illness of her mother, and expressing his delight in reading her book, Helen of Troy...

  • Box 4
    Frank K. Hallack, Cromwell Hall, Cromwell, Connecticut, to Sara Teasdale, St. Louis, Missouri,
    1911 Nov 24
    ALS,
    3 p. on 1 l., w/env.

    thanking her for the book, Helen of Troy...and commenting on her great talent

  • Box 4
    Edward L. Preetorius, President, The Saint Louis Times, St. Louis, Missouri, to Louis H. Behrens, Times Building, St. Louis, Missouri,
    1911 Dec 1
    TLS, 1 p.

    re a column review of Sara Teasdale's book, Helen of Troy..., in the following day's paper

  • Box 4
    Theodosia Garrison, Elizabeth, New Jersey, to Sara Teasdale, St. Louis, Missouri,
    1911 Dec 3
    ALS, 2 p. on 1 l., w/env.

    expressing her pleasure at receiving her book, Helen of Troy..., and encouraging her to "keep on singing-for all of us"

  • Box 4
    Sara Teasdale, St. Louis, Missouri, to Bruce M. Stanley, Tucson, Arizona,
    1911 Dec 4
    ALS, 7 p. on 2 l., w/env.

    reminiscing about her stay with him and Marion Cummings Stanley, and asking him to send a copy of her book (which she will supply), Helen of Troy..., to Richard LeGallienneof Harper's Magazine, under his own name

  • Box 4
    Madison Cawein, Louisville, Kentucky, to Sara Teasdale, St. Louis, Missouri,
    1911 Dec 5
    ALS, 1 p., w/env.

    drawing her attention to the notice of her book, Helen of Troy..., in the Sunday New York Times

  • Box 4
    Paul E. More, The Nation, New York, New York, to Sara Teasdale, St. Louis, Missouri,
    1911 Dec 6
    TLS, 1 p., w/env.

    looking forward to reading her volume of verse, Helen of Troy..., and hoping that their reviewer will mention it

  • Box 4
    Sara Teasdale, St. Louis, Missouri, to Bruce M. Stanley, Tucson, Arizona,
    1911 Dec 10
    ALS, 4 p. on 1 l., w/env.

    enclosing some clippings for Marion Cummings Stanley, planning to mail her book, Helen of Troy...to him to send to Richard LeGallienne, and mentioning her poor health

  • Box 4
    William Marion Reedy, Editor, The Mirror, St. Louis, Missouri, to Sara Teasdale, St. Louis, Missouri,
    1911 Dec 11
    TLS, 1 p., w/env.

    commenting on the St. Louis Timesreview of her book, Helen of Troy..., and on their literary relationship

  • Box 4
    Charles E. Savage, G. P. Putnam's Sons, New York, New York, to Sara Teasdale, St. Louis, Missouri,
    1911 Dec 12
    TLS, 2 p. on 2 l., w/env.

    apologizing for the delay in sending copies of Helen of Troy...to periodicals she requested, and returning the reviews of her book

  • Box 4
    John Sanburn Phillips, Editor, The American Magazine,
    1911 Dec 13
    TLS, 1 p.

    accepting "The Lights of New York," "Sea Longing," and "Triolets" for publication

  • Box 4
    B. Russell Herts, Editor, The International, The Moods Publishing Company, New York, New York, to Sara Teasdale, St. Louis, Missouri,
    1911 Dec 13
    TLS, 1 p., w/env.

    accepting one of her sonnets for the next issue and revealing that Louis Untermeyerwill be reviewing her book, Helen of Troy..., in the current issue

  • Box 4
    Edith M. Thomas, New York, New York, to Sara Teasdale, St. Louis, Missouri,
    1911 Dec 15
    ALS, 3 p. on 1 l., w/env.

    praising the verses in her book, Helen of Troy...and commenting on their beauty

  • Box 4
    Thomas C. Clark, Albiou, Illinois, to Sara Teasdale, St. Louis, Missouri,
    1911 Dec 15
    ALS, 2 p. on 2 l., w/env.

    reminding her of her promise to present a copy of her book, Helen of Troy..., to him

  • Box 4
    Elizabeth K. Mew, Indianapolis, Indiana, to Sara Teasdale, St. Louis, Missouri,
    1911 Dec 16
    ALS, 4 p. on 1 l., w/env.

    sending holiday greetings and commenting "how pleasing to turn to a comforting poem and find solace in a kindred spirit"

  • Box 4
    Rufus Rockwell Wilson, Seattle, Washington, to Sara Teasdale, c/o G. P. Putnam's Sons, New York, New York,
    1911 Dec 16
    TLS, 1 p., w/env.

    requesting information from her for his "calendar of the poets"

  • Box 4
    Charles E. Savage, G. P. Putnam's Sons, New York, New York, to Sara Teasdale, St. Louis, Missouri,
    1911 Dec 16
    TLS, 1 p., w/env.

    concerning an enquiry on her first volume, Sonnets to Duse...

  • Box 4
    Joseph Benson Gilder, Hudson Terminal, New York, to Sara Teasdale, St. Louis, Missouri,
    1911 Dec 19
    ALS, 1 p., w/env.

    congratulating her after seeing the review of her book, Helen of Troy..., in the St. Louis Times, written on an announcement of new employment with Hornblower & Weeks

  • Box 4
    Sara Teasdale, St. Louis, Missouri, to Bruce M. Stanley, Tucson, Arizona
    1911 Dec 21
    APCS
  • Box 4
    Jessie Belle Rittenhouse, New York, New York, to Sara Teasdale, St. Louis, Missouri,
    1911 Dec 22
    ALS, w/env.

    concerning the Poetry Society of America, and mentioning certain persons -- Cale Young Rice, Josephine Peabody, Percy Mackaye--planning to attend their annual dinner

  • Box 4
    Louis Untermeyer, St. Louis, Missouri, to Sara Teasdale, St. Louis, Missouri,
    1911 Dec 23
    ALS, 2 p. on 1 l., w/env.

    writing in answer to her note about his review of Helen of Troy...and further critiquing the poetry as he would have if given more space in The International, and commenting that the attitude in the love lyrics is that of a woman

  • Box 4
    George Sterling, Carmel, California, to Sara Teasdale, St. Louis, Missouri,
    1911 Dec 25
    ALS, 4 p. on 4 l., w/env.

    thanking her for the book of poems, Helen of Troy..., finding her lyrics "poignant and pertinent," commenting on several of his personal favorites, and giving a brief comment on Rudyard Kipling

  • Box 4
    Fannie L. Richey, St. Louis, Missouri, to Sara Teasdale, St. Louis, Missouri,
    1911 Dec 26
    ALS, 2 p. on 1 l., w/env.

    enclosing a letter from a friend praising Sara Teasdale's book of poems, Helen of Troy...and commenting on Teasdale's understanding

  • Box 4
    George Sylvester Viereck, The Viereck Publishing Company, New York, New York, to Sara Teasdale, St. Louis, Missouri,
    1911 Dec 26
    TLS, 1 p., w/env.

    asking the basis for her poem, "Sappho"

  • Box 4
    George S. Johns, St. Louis Post-Dispatch, St. Louis, Missouri, to Sara Teasdale, Missouri,
    1911 Dec 28
    ALS, 1 p., w/env.

    expressing gratitude for the copy of her book, Helen of Troy..., and commenting on her gift of song

  • Box 4
    Orrick Johns, Madison Square, New York, New York, to Sara Teasdale, St. Louis, Missouri,
    1911 Dec 30
    ALS, 2 p. on 1 l., w/env.

    commenting that her "The Poor House" was the only poem read at the meeting of the Poetry Society of America

  • Box 4
    Ella M. Kricklaus, St. Louis, Missouri, to Sara Teasdale, St. Louis, Missouri,
    1911 Dec 31
    ALS, 3 p. on 1 l., w/env.

    saying she has read her book, Helen of Troy..., and writing of having the same dream twice

  • Box 4
    Josephine McGill, Louisville, Kentucky, to Sara Teasdale, St. Louis, Missouri,
    1912 Jan 3
    ALS, 2 p. on 1 l., w/env.

    requesting permission to set to music her poem "When Love Comes Singing to his Heart"

  • Box 4
    George Sylvester Viereck, The Viereck Publishing Company, New York, New York, to Sara Teasdale, St. Louis, Missouri,
    1912 Jan 3
    TLS, 1 p., w/env.

    revealing himself as an admirer of her work and putting her in a class with himself

  • Box 4
    Jessie Belle Rittenhouse, New York, New York, to Sara Teasdale, St. Louis, Missouri,
    1912 Jan 4
    ALS, 2 p. on 1 l., w/env.

    receiving her acceptance to the annual dinner of the Poetry Society of America

  • Box 4
    Rupert Henry Whitcombto Sara Teasdale,
    1912 Jan 6
    ALS, 1 p.

    thanking her for her effort to go to the Guild and for allowing him to use her poems in a musical setting

  • Box 4
    Elizabeth McCracken, Editor, Home Progress, Houghton Mifflin Company, Boston, Massachusetts, to Sara Teasdale, New York, New York,
    1912 Jan 15
    TLS, 1 p.

    thanking her for `The Book of Poems' and sending a circular of Home Progressalong with some literary notes

  • Box 4
    W. W. Tulloch("Orion"), Perth, The Club House, St. Andrews, Fife, Scotland, to Sara Teasdale, St. Louis, Missouri,
    1912 Jan 15
    ALS, 1 p.

    sending a review and thanking her for the charming poems

  • Box 4
    William Marion Reedy, Editor, The Mirror, St. Louis, Missouri, to Sara Teasdale, St. Louis, Missouri,
    1912 Jan 16
    TLS, 1 p., w/env.

    writing that he will run Marion Cummings Stanley's article about her poems, and congratulating her on her move to New York

  • Box 4
    Sara Teasdale, St. Louis, Missouri, to Frank George, Hutchinson, Kansas,
    1912 Jan 16
    ANS, 2 p. on 1 l.

    commenting on his book of poems and preparing for her move to New York

  • Box 4
    George Sylvester Viereck, The Waldorf-Astoria, New York, New York, to Sara Teasdale, Hotel Martha Washington, New York, New York,
    1912 Jan
    ALS, 1 p.

    praising her as the "most gifted of the lyric girls," also signed by Richard LeGallienneand B. Russell Herts

  • Box 4
    William Stanley Braithwaite, New York, New York, to Sara Teasdale, Hotel Martha Washington, New York, New York,
    1912 Feb 2
    ALS, 1 p., w/env.

    appreciative of her book, [Helen of Troy...]

  • Box 4
    Frederick Oakes Sylvester, Central High School, St. Louis, Missouri, to Sara Teasdale, Hotel Martha Washington, New York, New York,
    1912 Feb 3
    ALS, 2 p. on 1 l.

    taking the liberty of sending his edition of poems, and expressing his delight in her two books [Sonnets to Duse...]and [Helen of Troy...]

  • Box 4
    George Sterling, Carmel, California, to Sara Teasdale, Hotel Martha Washington, New York, New York,
    1912 Feb 12
    ALS, 2 p.on 2 l., w/env.

    sending her a copy of his book, commenting on her style and on his own, asking if she knows Zoe Akinsand writing that she sent him her book of poems, and discussing the beauty of Carmel

  • Box 4
    Dugald Stewart Walker, New York, New York, to Sara Teasdale, Hotel Martha Washington, New York, New York,
    1912 Feb 14
    ALS, 3 p. on 1 l., w/env.

    showing his gratitude for her book, [Helen of Troy...], and inviting her to tea

  • Box 4
    Blanche Shoemaker Wagstaff, New York, New York, to Sara Teasdale, Hotel Martha Washington, New York, New York,
    1912 Feb 16
    ALS, 2 p. on 1 l., w/env.

    expressing her "more poignant" pleasure in Sara Teasdale's poems after meeting her

  • Box 4
    Anna Branch, New York, New York, to Sara Teasdale, Hotel Martha Washington, New York, New York,
    1912 Feb 17
    ALS, 2 p. on 1 l., w/env.

    thanking her for her book [Helen of Troy...]and admiring its style, and giving a message from Edith Thomas

  • Box 4
    Sara Teasdale, Hotel Martha Washington, New York, New York, to Bruce M. Stanley, Tucson, Arizona,
    1912 Feb 19
    APCS, w/env.
  • Box 4
    Curtis Hidden Page, Columbia University, New York, New York, to Sara Teasdale, Hotel Martha Washington, New York, New York,
    1912 Feb 23
    ALS, 3 p. on 1 l., w/env.

    acknowledging receipt of her book [Helen of Troy...]and expressing his pleasure in reading it, and giving a critique of many of the poems

  • Box 4
    Ethel Peyser, Editor, Good Housekeeping Magazine, New York, New York, to Sara Teasdale, Hotel Martha Washington, New York, New York,
    1912 Feb 23
    ALS, 2 p. on 1 l., w/env.

    praising her poem, "The Poorhouse" and confirming luncheon plans

  • Box 4
    Gertrude Cawein, The National Arts Club, New York, New York, to Sara Teasdale, Hotel Martha Washington, New York, New York,
    1912 Feb 25
    ALS, 1 p., w/env.

    thanking her for the inscribed copy of her book [Helen of Troy...]

  • Box 4
    Theodosia Garrison Faulks, Elizabeth, New Jersey, to Sara Teasdale, Hotel Martha Washington, New York, New York,
    1912 Feb 26
    ALS, 4 p. on 1 l., w/env.

    expressing her delight in seeing Sara Teasdale's name in so many magazines, and requesting to have tea with her

  • Box 4
    William Marion Reedy, Editor, The Mirror, St. Louis, Missouri, to Sara Teasdale, Hotel Martha Washington, New York, New York,
    1912 Feb 28
    TLS, 2 p. on 2 l., w/env.

    thanking her for her letter of appreciation for Louis Untermeyer's poem, and commenting on George Sylvester Viereck, B. Russell Herts, and Orrick Johns

  • Box 4
    Edward J. Wheeler, Editorial Rooms, Current Literature, New York, New York, to Sara Teasdale, Hotel Martha Washington, New York, New York,
    1912 Feb 29
    TLS, 1 p., w/env.

    commenting on her sweet letter and on "the twilight of Poetry"

  • Box 4
    Alexander Harvey, Editorial Rooms, Current Literature, New York, New York, to Sara Teasdale, Hotel Martha Washington, New York, New York,
    1912 Mar 1
    TLS, 1 p., w/env.

    finding her genius in the pages of Helen of Troy...

  • Box 4
    W. W. Tulloch("Orion"), Murray House, Perth, St. Andrews, Fife, Scotland, to Sara Teasdale, Hotel Martha Washington, New York, New York,
    1912 Mar 1
    ALS, 2 p. on 1 l.

    commenting on the review of her book, [Helen of Troy...], which he previously sent, written on a flyer about himself entitled "A .... Journalistic Jubilee.. ."

  • Box 4
    Wilfred Funk, Editorial Rooms, The Literary Digest, New York, New York, to Sara Teasdale, Hotel Martha Washington, New York, New York,
    1912 Mar 8
    ALS, 3 p. on 1 l., w/env.

    thanking her for the note and book of verse [Helen of Troy...]

  • Box 4
    Campbell Mason, New York, New York, to Sara Teasdale, Hotel Martha Washington, New York, New York,
    1912 Mar 9
    ALS, 2 p. on 1 l., w/env.

    referring to her poem, "Four Winds," as "deep, refreshing, and ... so cruelly true," and waiting to pick up a copy of her volume [Helen of Troy...]

  • Box 4
    Joyce Kilmer, New York, New York, to Sara Teasdale, Hotel Martha Washington, New York, New York,
    1912 Mar 12
    ALS, 2 p. on 1 l., w/env.

    writing that he will sign his name to the sonnet [as requested], intending to return The Younger Choirin person instead of by mail, inviting her and Dugald Stewart Walkerto visit one evening, and expecting Aline and Kenton to call on her the following day

  • Box 4
    William Stanley Braithwaite, New York, New York, to Sara Teasdale, Hotel Martha Washington, New York, New York,
    1912 Mar 19
    ALS, 3 p. on 1 l.

    requesting her to "contribute an original complimentary poem in honor of Browning's centenary" for an article in the Boston Transcripton May 4, honoring Robert Browning, and mentioning Carman Bliss, Edwin Markham, and Edwin Arlington Robinsonas being among those who have already consented

  • Box 4
    Harper & Brothers, New York, New York, to Sara Teasdale, Hotel Martha Washington, New York, New York,
    1912 Mar 21
    TLS, 1 p., w/env.

    concerning a request through their Londonoffice from Messrs. Chappell & Co., Ltd., to publish her poem, "Pierrot," with a musical setting

  • Box 4
    Clayton Hamilton, The Players, New York, New York, to Sara Teasdale, Hotel Martha Washington, New York, New York,
    1912 Mar 24
    ALS, 1 p., w/env.

    expressing his pleasure in receiving her book of poems [Helen of Troy...], and looking forward to meeting her one day

  • Box 4
    Arthur Guiterman, New York, New York, to Sara Teasdale, Hotel Martha Washington, New York, New York,
    1912 Mar 24
    ALS, 1 p., w/env.

    expressing his pleasure in reading her book [Helen of Troy...], and commenting on her writing improvement

  • Box 4
    Laurence J. Gomme, The Forum, Mitchell Kennerley Publisher, New York, New York, to Sara Teasdale, Hotel Martha Washington, New York, New York,
    1912 Mar 27
    ALS, 1 p., w/env.

    looking forward to having her inscribe his copy of her book of poems

  • Box 4
    Nana Wilcox Putnam, New York, New York, to Sara Teasdale, Hotel Martha Washington, New York, New York,
    1912 Mar 28
    ALS, 2 p. on 1 l., w/env.

    expressing her great pleasure at receiving her letter and book [Helen of Troy...], and discussing friendship

  • Box 4
    Josie Grevé Oppenheim, Walforf-Astoria, New York, New York, to Sara Teasdale, Hotel Martha Washington, New York, New York,
    1912 Mar 30
    TLS, 2 p. on 1 l., w/env.

    thanking her for her book of poems [Helen of Troy...], and returning her kindness with a copy of her own novel

  • Box 4
    John Curtis Underwood, New York, New York, to Sara Teasdale, St. Louis, Missouri,
    1912 Mar 31
    ALS, 2 p. on 1 l., w/env.

    wanting to exchange his book, The Iron Muse, autographed, for any one of her books, and explaining the concept of his book, enclosing two of his poems, "Reno" and "The Star"

  • Box 4
    Leonard D. Abbott, The Current Literature Publishing Co., New York, New York, to Sara Teasdale, St. Louis, Missouri,
    1912 Apr 6
    ALS, 2 p. on 1 l., w/env.

    acknowledging her kindness in sending the inscribed copy of her book [Helen of Troy...], and expressing his thoughts after meeting her, with enclosure on "The Modern School"

  • Box 4
    Robert Bridges, Scribner's Magazine, Charles Scribner's Sons Publishers, New York, New York, to Sara Teasdale, St. Louis, Missouri,
    1912 Apr 6
    TLS, 1 p., w/env.

    thanking her for a copy of her volume of poems, Helen of Troy..., and commenting on her clarity of poetic ideas

  • Box 4
    Anna Hinrichs, Secretary, The Papyrus Club of St. Louis, St. Louis, Missouri, to Sara Teasdale, St. Louis, Missouri,
    1912 Apr 10
    ALS, 1 p., w/env.

    concerning the club's thirty-fourth meeting and enclosing a program

  • Box 4
    Editor (Ferdinand Earle), "The Lyric Year," The Forum, Mitchell Kennerley Publishers, New York, New York, to Sara Teasdale, St. Louis, Missouri,
    1912 Apr 25
    TLS, 1 p.

    requesting "new treasures" for "The Lyric Year," and referring to a poem in process addressed to Sara Teasdale

  • Box 4
    Editor, "The Lyric Year," The Forum, Mitchell Kennerley Publishers, New York, New York, to Sara Teasdale, St. Louis, Missouri,
    1912 May 3
    TLS, 1 p.

    commenting on his verse coming slowly and on finishing his poem dedicated to Sara Teasdaleby a year or so, and writing to ask if she "will not find the rare inspiration on the sea," in reference to her sailing to Europe

  • Box 4
    Editor, "The Lyric Year," The Forum, Mitchell Kennerley Publishers, New York, New York, to Sara Teasdale, St. Louis, Missouri,
    1912 May 3
    ALS, 1 p., w/env.

    intending to extend the poetry contest and commenting on her wanting to sell her poem

  • Box 4
    Idress Head, Librarian, Missouri Historical Society, St. Louis, Missouri, to Sara Teasdale, St. Louis, Missouri,
    1912 May 8
    ALS, 1 p., w/env.

    requesting her to autograph a recently purchased book of her writings

  • Box 4
    Josephine Hilty Abramson, Los Angeles, California, to Sara Teasdale, St. Louis, Missouri,
    1912 May 13
    ALS, 3 p. on 1 l., w/env.

    requesting permission to use two of her poems in musical settings

  • Box 4
    Josephine McGill, Louisville, Kentucky, to Sara Teasdale, St. Louis, Missouri,
    1912 May 18
    ALS, 3 p. on 1 l., w/env.

    requesting to use another one of her poems, "Less than the Cloud to the Wind," in a musical setting, and sending the title notice about "When Love Comes Singing"

  • Box 4
    Cecile Barnes, Brooklyn, New York, to Sara Teasdale, St. Louis, Missouri,
    1912 May 25
    ALS, 2 p. on 1 l.

    requesting permission to use her verse, "At Night," in a musical setting

  • Box 4
    John G. Neihardt, Bancroft, Nebraska, to Sara Teasdale, St. Louis, Missouri,
    1912 June 2
    TLS, 1 p.

    requesting biographical data, a photograph and review copies from her publishers for an upcoming series of special articles on American poets that he is going to undertake in his new capacity as head of a literary department in The Minneapolis Journal

  • Box 4
    John G. Neihardt, Bancroft, Nebraska, to Sara Teasdale, St. Louis, Missouri,
    1912 June 25
    ALS, 1 p.

    following up on his last letter since he has not heard from her, and naming some contributors to the article

  • Box 4
    Williamina Parrish, New York, New York, to Vine Colby, St. Louis, Missouri,
    1912 June 28
    APCS

    repeating a prior request

  • Box 4
    Jessie T. Peaseto Sara Teasdale, St. Louis, Missouri,
    1912 July 12
    ALS, 3 p. on 1 l.

    requesting permission to use her poem, "Pierrot," in a musical setting

  • Box 4
    Sara Teasdale, Florence, Italy, to Vine Colby, St. Louis, Missouri
    1912 July 12
    APCS
  • Box 4
    Oswald Rimmer, London, England, to Harper & Brothers, New York, New York,
    1912 July 18
    ALS, 2 p. on 1 l.

    requesting permission to put Sara Teasdale's verse, "Song," to music

  • Box 4
    John G. Neihardt, Bancroft, Nebraska, to Sara Teasdale, Palace Hotel, Monteverioc, Suisse (Switzerland),
    1912 July 19
    ALS, 1 p., w/env.

    thanking her for the letter and copy of Helen of Troy..., trying to express the sincerity of his motive in doing the project, and praising her blank verse poems

  • Box 4
    Gertrude Cate, Wellesley, Massachusetts, to Sara Teasdale,
    1912 July 20
    ALS, 2 p. on 1 l.

    praising her volumes, Sonnets to Duse...and Helen of Troy..., and desiring to obtain a copy of the latter

  • Box 4
    Editor (Ferdinand Earle?), "The Lyric Year," The Forum, Mitchell Kennerley Publisher, New York, New York, to Sara Teasdale, Italy,
    1912 Aug 14
    ALS, 2 p. on 1 l.

    acknowledging receipt of her songs and letters, praising the "rapture and delicacy" of her "From the Sea," and mentioning the poetry contest

  • Box 4
    W. F. Melton, Emory College, Oxford, Georgia, to Sara Teasdale, c/o The Century Magazine, New York, New York,
    1912 Sep 9
    TLS, 1 p., w/env.

    passing on a compliment from Ella Wheeler Willcoxand requesting a list of her books along with the publishers' names

  • Box 4
    May W. Dorman, Indianapolis, Indiana, to Sara Teasdale, St. Louis, Missouri,
    1912 Sep 16
    ALS, 3 p. on 1 l., w/env.

    asking for Jessie Belle Rittenhouse's address in order to express her interest in the Poetry Society of America, and praising Sara Teasdale's verses

  • Box 4
    Mitchell Kennerley, "The Lyric Year," The Forum, Mitchell Kennerley Publisher, New York, New York, to Sara Teasdale, Hotel Martha Washington, New York, New York,
    1912 Sep 21
    TLS, 1 p., w/env.

    accepting her poem, "I Shall Not Care," for publication

  • Box 4
    Editor, "The Lyric Year," The Forum, Mitchell Kennerley Publisher,
    1912 Sep 24
    ALS, 1 p., w/env.

    expressing his pleasure in Mitchell Kennerley's acceptance of her poem for "The Lyric Year"

  • Box 5
    William Marion Reedy, Editor, The Mirror, St. Louis, Missouri, to Sara Teasdale, St. Louis, Missouri,
    1912 Oct 16
    TNS, 1 p., w/enclosure

    sending "a few lines of opinion upon your verse..."

  • Box 5
    William Stanley Braithwaite, Winthrop, Massachusetts, to Sara Teasdale,
    1912 Oct 17
    ALS, 2 p. on 2 l., w/enclosure

    concerning her request for his review of Helen of Troy...and his own editorship of "The Poetry Journal"

  • Box 5
    Jessie Belle Rittenhouse, New York, New York, to Sara Teasdale,
    1912 Oct 22
    TLS, 1 p.

    writing a brief opinion of [Helen of Troy...]

  • Box 5
    Thomas Augustine Daly, Germantown, Pennsylvania, to Sara Teasdale, St. Louis,
    1912 Nov 29
    ALS, 1 p.

    admiring her and thanking her for her kind thoughts

  • Box 5
    Robert Underwood Johnson, Editor, The Century Magazine, Union Square, New York,
    1912 Dec 2
    TLS, 1 p.

    accepting Sara Teasdale's poem, "Off Capri"

  • Box 5
    Helen Bullis, New York, New York, to Sara Teasdale,
    1912 Dec 5
    ALS, 3 p. on 1 l.

    commenting on the honesty of her poetry, mentioning her review of Helen of Troy..., and asking if she knows George Buchanan Fife

  • Box 5
    Percy MacKaye, Cambridge, Massachusetts, to Sara Teasdale, St. Louis, Missouri,
    1912 Dec 4
    TLS, 1 p.

    thanking her for the copy of Helen of Troy...

  • Box 5
    Fannie Stearns Davis, Pittsfield, Massachusetts,
    1912 Dec 5
    ALS, 4 p. on 1 l.

    expressing her admiration for Sara Teasdale's poetry and her gratitude for Teasdale noticing her writing

  • Box 5
    William Marion Reedy, Editor, The Mirror, St. Louis, Missouri, to Sara Teasdale, St. Louis, Missouri,
    1912 Dec 9
    TLS, 1 p.

    accepting her Christmas poem and requesting a review of John Hall Wheelock's book of poetry

  • Box 5
    John Hall Wheelock, New York, New York, to Sara Teasdale, St. Louis, Missouri,
    1912 Dec 10
    AL, 3 p. on 2 l., w/enclosures, w/env.

    confessing to be a great admirer of her poetry and Helen of Troy..., thanking her for her note, and enclosing a circular of his new book, The Beloved Adventure

  • Box 5
    Sara Teasdale, St. Louis, Missouri, to Bruce M. Stanley, Tucson, Arizona
    1912 Dec 21
    APCS
  • Box 5
    W. W. Tulloch, Perth, The Club House, St. Andrews, Fife, to Sara Teasdale,
    1912
    ALS, 1 p.
  • Box 5
    Robert Bridges, Scribner's Magazine, New York, New York, to Sara Teasdale, St. Louis, Missouri,
    1913 Jan 13
    TLS, 1 p.

    accepting "Sappho" for future publication

  • Box 5
    Sara Teasdale, St. Louis, Missouri, to Frank George,
    1913 Jan 15
    ANS, 2 p. on 1 l.

    thanking him for the booklet

  • Box 5
    Bliss Carman, New Canaan, Connecticut, to Sara Teasdale, St. Louis, Missouri,
    1913 Jan 20
    ALS, 4 p. on 1 l, w/enclosure, w/env.

    thanking her for the book and giving a glowing opinion of [Helen of Troy...]

  • Box 5
    Editor, Lippincott's Monthly Magazine, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, to Sara Teasdale, St. Louis, Missouri,
    1913 Jan 25
    TLS, 1 p.

    accepting "The Hour," with a slight change in the second stanza

  • Box 5
    Editor, Lippincott's Monthly Magazine, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, to Sara Teasdale, St. Louis, Missouri,
    1913 Feb 1
    TLS, 2 p. on 1 l.

    returning her poem, "The Hour," since she rejects the change and apologizing for a printing error

  • Box 5
    Edna St. Vincent Millay, Grand Central Station, New York, to Sara Teasdale, New York, New York,
    1913 Feb 11
    ALS, 2 p. on 1 l., w/env.

    looking forward to meeting an old friend (Sara Teasdale)for the first time

  • Box 5
    Cale Young Rice, New York, New York, to Sara Teasdale, Hotel Martha Washington, New York, New York,
    1913 Feb 11
    ALS, 2 p. on 1 l., w/env.

    thanking her for the volume, Helen of Troy...

  • Box 5
    Editor, Lippincott's Monthly Magazine, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, to Sara Teasdale, Hotel Martha Washington, New York, New York,
    1913 Feb 12
    TLS, 1 p.

    reaching an agreement concerning her poem, "The Hour"

  • Box 5
    Lawrence Gilman, Managing Editor, Harper's Weekly, New York, New York, to Sara Teasdale, St. Louis, Missouri,
    1913 Feb 13
    TLS, 1 p.

    accepting her two poems, "Song" and "Gifts"

  • Box 5
    Cale Young Rice, Louisville, Kentucky, to Sara Teasdale, Hotel Martha Washington,
    1913 Mar 3
    ALS, 4 p. on 1 l., w/env.

    expressing his having the "true pleasure of finding a heart-full of real love lyrics" and praising her work

  • Box 5
    William Stanley Braithwaite, Cambridge, Massachusetts, to Sara Teasdale, Hotel Martha Washington,
    1913 Mar 5
    ALS, 2 p. on 1 l.

    accepting two of her poems for The Poetry Journal, and mentioning a tete-a-tete with [Alfred] Noyes

  • Box 5
    H. L. Mencken, Baltimore, Maryland, to Sara Teasdale, Hotel Martha Washington, New York, New York,
    TLS, 1 p., w/env.

    commenting that her work is just what the Smart Setneeds

  • Box 5
    John Sanburn Phillips, Editor, The American Magazine, New York, New York, to Sara Teasdale,
    1913 Mar 19
    ALS, 1 p.

    praising her as the best "writer of delicate lyrics" and commenting on some of her verse in Helen of Troy...

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    Merle St. Croix Wright, New York, New York, to Sara Teasdale,
    1913 Mar 21
    ALS, 1 p.

    sending a tribute to her muse and expressing his enjoyment of her visit

  • Box 5
    Nathan Haskell Dole, Jamaica Plain, Massachusetts, to Sara Teasdale, Hotel Martha Washington,
    1913 Mar 28
    ALS, 4 p. on 1 l., w/env.

    praising her volume and apologizing for his delay in writing due to his busy schedule

  • Box 5
    Harriet Monroe, Editor, Poetry: A Magazine of Verse, Chicago, Illinois, to Sara Teasdale,
    1913 Mar 31
    ALS, 2 p. on 1 l.

    keeping six of her poems for publication and suggesting a few changes

  • Box 5
    Ruth Guthrie Harding, Paterson, New Jersey, to Sara Teasdale,
    1913 Apr 11
    ALS, 7 p. on 2 l.

    mentioning the [Alfred] Noyesaffair and [Jessie Belle] Rittenhouse, sending her copy of Helen of Troy...for an inscription and praising its "Love-Songs," and discussing a reading by Alfred Noyesof The Forty Singing Seamen

  • Box 5
    Willard H. Wright, Editor, The Smart Set, New York, New York, to Sara Teasdale, St. Louis, Missouri,
    1913 Apr 12
    TLS, 1 p.

    admitting to be an admirer of her work and accepting "Enough" and "Prayer"

  • Box 5
    Eugene MacDonald Bonner, New York, New York, to Sara Teasdale,
    1913 May 5
    ALS, 1 p.

    requesting permission to set "Pierrot Plays in the Garden" to music

  • Box 5
    William Marion Reedy, Editor, The Mirror, St. Louis, Missouri, to Sara Teasdale,
    1913 May 9
    ALS, 1 p.

    commenting on her note and verse, "A Forsaken Garden" about the vandalism of Snows Garden

  • Box 5
    Louis Albert Lamb, to Sara Teasdale,
    1913 May 17
    ALS, 1 p.

    calling her poem, ["A Forsaken Garden"] "pure music in plainest English!..."

  • Box 5
    Helen S. Livingstone, Mineapolis, Minnesota, to Putnam Publishing Company,
    1913 May 28
    ALS, 2 p. on 1 l.

    requesting permission to publish a song, Sara Teasdale's "Pierrot," set to music

  • Box 5
    Vachel Lindsay, Springfield, Illinois, to Sara Teasdale, Altasand, Charlevoix, Michigan,
    1913 July 11
    ALS, 2 p. on 1 l., w/env.

    sending under separate cover The Creed of a Beggarand The Rules of the Road, and looking forward to "a most profitable friendship"

  • Box 5
    Agnes Freer, Chicago, Illinois, to Sara Teasdale,
    1913 July 19
    ALS, 3 p. on 1 l.

    thanking her for the book of verse, Helen of Troy..., and praising her true touch

  • Box 5
    William Rose Benet, Editor, The Century Magazine, Union Square, New York, to Sara Teasdale,
    1913 July 29
    ALS, 1 p.

    praising one of her narrative poems and hoping to be able to publish it

  • Box 5
    Willard H. Wright, Editor, The Smart Set, New York, New York, to Sara Teasdale, St. Louis, Missouri,
    1913 Aug 2
    TLS, 1 p.

    holding two of her poems, "After Parting" and "February"

  • Box 5
    Henry Mills Alden, Editor, Harper's Magazine, New York, New York, to Sara Teasdale, St. Louis, Missouri,
    1913 Aug 7
    TLS, 1 p.

    discussing the poet's adaptation of his or her work to their wants

  • Box 5
    Alice C. Henderson, Poetry: A Magazine of Verse, to Sara Teasdale,
    1913 Aug 16
    ALS, 2 p. on 1 l.

    promising to take Sara Teasdale's book of poems to a nice quiet spot

  • Box 5
    Sidney Hosmer, Lake George, New York, to Sara Teasdale, St. Louis, Missouri,
    1913 Aug 19
    ALS, 2 p. on 1 l.

    thanking her for her book, [Helen of Troy...]

  • Box 5
    M. S. O'Donnell, Malden Marr, to Sara Teasdale,
    1913 Aug 21
    ALS, 1 p.

    requesting a signed autograph copy of her poem, "I Shall not Care"

  • Box 5
    Robert Sterling Yard, Editor, The Century Magazine, Union Square, New York, to Sara Teasdale, St. Louis, Missouri,
    1913 Aug 26
    TLS, 1 p.

    praising her "The Carpenter's Son" as a beautiful and impressive poem and accepting it for their Christmas issue

  • Box 5
    Charles Gallup, New York, New York, to Sara Teasdale,
    1913 Sep 8
    ALS, 1 p.

    requesting an autograph quotation and signature

  • Box 5
    Editor, The North American Review, New York, New York, to Sara Teasdale, St. Louis, Missouri,
    1913 Sep 9
    TLS, 1 p.

    accepting "Spring Night" for publication and requesting biographical information

  • Box 5
    Arthur B. Maurice, Editor, The Bookman, New York, New York, to Sara Teasdale, St. Louis, Missouri,
    1913 Oct 2
    TLS, 1 p.

    accepting "Sea Spray" at the usual rate

  • Box 5
    Willard H. Wright, Editor, The Smart Set, New York, New York, to Sara Teasdale, Hotel Martha Washington, New York, New York,
    1913 Oct 11
    TLS, 1 p.

    holding two of her poems, "Spring Night" and "The Subway Station," with a discussion of his thoughts on the latter

  • Box 5
    Willard H. Wright, Editor, The Smart Set, New York, New York, to Sara Teasdale, Hotel Martha Washington, New York, New York,
    1913 Nov 15
    TLS, 1 p.

    accepting "Heinkehr"

  • Box 5
    Frederick M. Steele, President, Standard Forgings Company, Chicago, Illinois, to Sara Teasdale,
    1913 Nov 17
    TLS, 1 p.

    requesting an autograph poem and signature to add to his "collection of autographic documents" in American literature

  • Box 5
    Elizabeth Cutting, The North American Review, New York, New York, to Sara Teasdale,
    1913 Nov 21
    ALS, 3 p. on 1 l.

    expressing her regrets at missing her visit and explaining their custom concerning payment when using a manuscript

  • Box 5
    Irwin L. Wheeler, New York, New York, to Sara Teasdale,
    1913 Nov 26
    ALS, 3 p. on 1 l.

    praising her work

  • Box 5
    Magda Decker, Webster Groves, Missouri, to Sara Teasdale, Hotel Martha Washington, New York, New York,
    1913 Dec 8
    ALS, 4 p. on 1 l., w/env.

    inviting her to read her poetry at the Monday Club's Poets Day, and mentioning Zoe Akins

  • Box 5
    William Stanley Braithwaite, Cambridge, Massachusetts, to Sara Teasdale, Hotel Martha Washington, New York, New York,
    1913 Dec 9
    ALS, 3 p. on 1 l.

    discussing his Anthology of Magazine Verse, requesting her to obtain permission from Robert Bridgesto use her "Sappho" in the publication, and praising her verse

  • Box 5
    William Stanley Braithwaite, Cambridge, Massachusetts, to Sara Teasdale,
    1913 Dec 30
    ALS, 1 p.

    requesting a portrait and autograph copies of her poems "Sappho" and "The Old Maid" for promotional purposes

  • Box 5
    Sara Teasdale, New York, New York, to Bruce M. Stanley, Tucson, Arizona
    1913 Dec 30
    APCS
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    Charles E. Howson, Brooklyn, New York, to Sara Teasdale,
    1914 Jan 4
    ALS, 2 p. on 1 l.

    asking her consent to set her poem, "Enough" to music

  • Box 5
    Williamina Parrish, Rome, Italy, to Vine Colby McCasland, Springfield, Missouri
    1914 Jan 6
    APCS
  • Box 5
    Martha Foote Crow, Tuckahoe, New York, to Sara Teasdale,
    1914 Jan 21
    ALS, 3 p. on 1 l., w/enclosure

    hoping to see her at the Literature Committee meeting the following day, and mentioning John Hall Wheelock

  • Box 5
    Charles [ ], New York, New York, to Sara Teasdale,
    1914 Jan 24
    ALS, 2 p. on 1 l.

    discussing her poetry

  • Box 5
    Isabel Underhill, New York, New York, to Sara Teasdale,
    1914 Jan 28
    ALS, 2 p. on 1 l.

    requesting permission to set to music her poem, "The Lines"

  • Box 5
    Julia Ditto Young, Poets' House, Buffalo, New York, to [Sara Teasdale],
    1914 Feb 5
    TLS, 2 p. on 1 l., w/enclosure

    expressing appreciation of hearing several of Sara Teasdale's poems

  • Box 5
    Editor, Lippincott's Monthly Magazine, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, to Sara Teasdale, St. Louis, Missouri,
    1914 Feb 9
    TLS,

    accepting her poems, "The Bay of Naples," "Alchemy," and "Twilight," w/ANS from Margaret Elizabeth Willard Teasdaleon verso

  • Box 5
    Haviland Wessells, Peekskill, New York, to Sara Teasdale,
    1914 Mar 5
    ALS, 2 p. on 1 l.

    requesting to use "The Look" in a musical setting

  • Box 5
    Ines Macaulay, New York, New York, to Sara Teasdale,
    1914 Mar 8
    ALS, 4 p. on 1 l.

    thanking her for the book, Helen of Troy...and praising her work

  • Box 5
    Clifton B. Bull, Jr., Yonkers, New York, to Sara Teasdale,
    1914 Mar 13
    ALS, 3 p. on 1 l.

    requesting permission to publish her poem, "Song," with a musical setting

  • Box 5
    Sara Teasdale, St. Louis, Missouri, to Bruce M. Stanley, Tucson, Arizona,
    1914 Mar 17
    ALS, 2 p. on 1 l., w/env.

    expressing concern over Marion Cummings Stanley

  • Box 5
    Mme. Van Norman, Le Lyceum, New York, New York, to Sara Teasdale,
    1914 Apr 8
    ALS, 1 p.

    asking for an autographed volume of her work with a dedication for an exhibit

  • Box 5
    Hortense Flexner, Louisville, Kentucky, to Sara Teasdale,
    1914 Apr 23
    ALS, 2 p. on 1 l.

    praising her ability to write about certain subjects with such ease

  • Box 5
    Anita Bartle Brackenbury, Surrey, England, to Sara Teasdale,
    1914 May 5
    ALS, 4 p. on 4 l.

    expressing pleasure in her Helen of Troy...and naming several of her favorites, and mentioning poets she likes, such as Emily Dickinson, Josephine Preston Peabody, John Banister Tabb, and Bliss Carman

  • Box 5
    Elizabeth Cutting, The North American Review, New York, New York, to Sara Teasdale, St. Louis, Missouri,
    1914 May 6
    TLS, 1 p.

    accepting her poem, "To the Mother Of A Poet"

  • Box 5
    Elizabeth van R. Lemont, Wellesley, Massachusetts, to Sara Teasdale,
    1914 May 23
    ALS, 3 p. on 1 l.

    requesting permission to use her poem, "The Look," with a musical setting in the annual book of Songs by Wellesley Students

  • Box 5
    Percy Lee Atherton, Boston, Massachusetts, to Sara Teasdale,
    1914 May 27
    ALS, 1 p., w/enclosure

    requesting permission to set her poem, "The Look," to music

  • Box 5
    Florence H. Perin, Brookline, Massachusetts,
    1914 June 1
    TLS, 2 p. on 1 l.

    requesting one or more of Sara Teasdale's poems to be included in her compilation books of poems and prayers, "Sunlit Days" and "Starlit Nights"

  • Box 5
    Louise Ayres Garnett, Evanston, Illinois, to Sara Teasdale,
    1914 June 5
    ALS, 3 p. on 1 l.

    thanking her for permission to set her poem, "The Look," to music and mentioning Eunice Tietjens

  • Box 5
    Editor, The Bookman, to Sara Teasdale, St. Louis, Missouri,
    1914 June 25
    TL, 1 p.

    enclosing a check for use of her poem, "At Night," in their July issue

  • Box 5
    Elsie Jade Hawson, Fresno, California, to Sara Teasdale,
    1914 July 6
    ALS, 2 p. on 1 l.

    requesting permission to use her poem, "The Look," for a musical setting

  • Box 5
    Edward J. Wheeler, Editor, Current Opinion, to Sara Teasdale, Charlevoix, Michigan,
    1914 Aug 19
    TLS, 2 p. on 2 l.

    praising and critiquing her Rivers to the Sea

  • Box 5
    Charles E. Rush, Librarian, The Free Public Library of St. Joseph, Missouri, to Sara Teasdale, St. Louis, Missouri,
    1914 Oct 14
    TLS, 2 p. on 2 l.

    asking for her "hearty approval" and help with their `House Party' honoring Missouriauthors and writers, and describing the city's and the library's plans for the affair

  • Box 5
    Charles Hanson Towne, along with Edith M. Thomasand Percy MacKaye, New York, New York, to Sara Teasdale,
    1914 Nov 10
    TL, 1 p.

    requesting Sara Teasdale's presence at a dinner in honor of Jessie Belle Rittenhouseas one of those represented in Rittenhouse's volume, The Little Book of Modern American Verse

  • Box 5
    Allen Dale Smith, Jr., Galveston, Texas, to Sara Teasdale,
    1914 Dec 4
    ALS, 2 p. on 1 l.

    asking who published Sonnets to Duseand Helen of Troy...and whether or not she has had published subsequent volumes

  • Box 5
    Clara K. Wellman, Cleveland, Ohio, to Sara Teasdale,
    1915 Jan 4
    ALS, 2 p. on 1 l.

    requesting permission to publish "The Look," as a song

  • Box 5
    Mary Blue, Dayton, Ohio, to Sara Teasdale, St. Louis, Missouri,
    1915 Jan 7
    ALS, 2 p. on 1 l.

    requesting permission to publish her poem, "The Look," as a song, and explaining that she is seventeen and wishes to further her education as a pianist

  • Box 5
    Paul A. Schmitt, Minneapolis, Minnesota, to Sara Teasdale, St. Louis, Missouri,
    1915 Jan 25
    TLS, 1 p.

    requesting on behalf of the composer permission to publish her poem, "The Look," with a musical setting

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    Sara Teasdale Filsinger, Arthur Hotel, St. Louis, Missouri, to Frank George,
    1915 Feb 13
    ALS, 3 p. on 1 l.

    claiming that his daughter Barbara George's poems are charming, and giving news of her marriage to Ernst B. Filsingeron December 19

  • Box 6
    Howes Norris, Jr., Vineyard Haven, Massachusetts, to Sara Teasdale,
    1915 Feb 19
    ALS, 1 p.

    requesting some sentiment and autograph for his collection

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    H. L. Mencken, Editor, Smart Set, to Sara Teasdale, St. Louis, Missouri,
    1915 Feb 23
    TLS, 1 p., w/env.

    accepting her poems "Swan" and "Come" for publication, and mentioning "Dusk in War-Time," "Morning," "Leaves," and "Bitterness"

  • Box 6
    Edward L. B. Howard, Boston, Massachusetts, to Sara Teasdale Filsinger, St. Louis, Missouri,
    1915 Mar 5
    ALS, 2 p. on 1 l., w/env.

    requesting her autograph for his collection of over two-hundred poets

  • Box 6
    William Rose Benet, Assistant Editor, The Century Magazine, to Sara Teasdale Filsinger, St. Louis, Missouri,
    1915 Mar 8
    TLS, 1 p.

    accepting her poems "Peace" and "The Lighted Window" for publication, w/ANS at bottom

  • Box 6
    Douglas Malloch, The Society of Midland Authors, Chicago, Illinois, to Sara Teasdale Filsinger, St. Louis, Missouri,
    1915 Mar 11
    TLS, 1 p., w/env.

    requesting her membership in their new organization

  • Box 6
    Charlotte V. Butterfield, Saybrook, Connecticut, to Sara Teasdale Filsinger, St. Louis, Missouri,
    1915 Mar 16
    ANS, 2 p. on 1 l., w/env.

    requesting permission to publish her poem "The Look" to a musical setting

  • Box 6
    The Survey, New York, New York, to Sara Teasdale Filsinger, Arthur Hotel, St. Louis, Missouri,
    1915 Mar 19
    TLS, 1 p., w/env.

    requesting permission to publish her poem "Spring" with the understanding that they cannot pay

  • Box 6
    [ ], Department of English, Washington University, St. Louis, Missouri, to Sara Teasdale Filsinger, Arthur Hotel, St. Louis, Missouri,
    1915 Mar 23
    ALS, 1 p., w/env.

    extending an invitation to her and her husband to see him and his class on April 1, and briefly discussing his plans for that day's class

  • Box 6
    Carl Hahn, Musical Director, New York, New York, to Editor, Scribner's Magazine,
    1915 Mar 24
    TLS, 1 p., w/env.

    requesting permission to publish Sara Teasdale's "The River" with music

  • Box 6
    The Denver Music Company, Denver, Colorado, to Sara Teasdale Filsinger, St. Louis, Missouri,
    1915 Mar 26
    TLS, 1 p., w/env.

    requesting permission to publish a musical setting of her poem "The Look"

  • Box 6
    Timothy Spelman, Brooklyn, New York, to Sara Teasdale Filsinger, Arthur Hotel, St. Louis, Missouri,
    1915 Apr 24
    ALS, 4 p. on 1 l., w/env.

    requesting permission to use three of her poems as lyrics for songs

  • Box 6
    Harper & Brothers, New York, New York, to Sara Teasdale Filsinger, Arthur Hotel, St. Louis, Missouri,
    1915 May 5
    TLS, 1 p., w/env.

    accepting her poem "The Cloud" for publication

  • Box 6
    Jacqueline Hendrick Hoyt, New York, New York, to Sara Teasdale Filsinger, Arthur Hotel, St. Louis, Missouri,
    1915 May 12
    ALS, 2 p. on 1 l., w/env.

    requesting permission to use several of her poems from Helen of Troy...for musical settings

  • Box 6
    Robert Frost, Littleton, New Hampshire, to Ernest B. Filsinger, St. Louis, Missouri,
    1915 May 16
    ALS, 1 p., w/env.

    thanking him for his generous praise, admiring his wife's poetry, and mentioning Louis Untermeyer

  • Box 6
    Edmund R. Brown, Boston, Massachusetts, to Sara Teasdale Filsinger, Arthur Hotel, St. Louis, Missouri,
    1915 May 19
    TLS, 2 p. on 1 l., w/env.

    concerning an idea of selling an autographed collection of books of verse and about verse to raise money for The Poetry Journal, and mentioning Conrad Aiken, Temple Scott, and William Stanley Braithwaite

  • Box 6
    H. L. Mencken, Editor, The Smart Set, to Sara Teasdale Filsinger, Arthur Hotel, St. Louis, Missouri,
    1915 June 3
    TLS, 1 p., w/env.

    accepting her poem "Dreams" for publication

  • Box 6
    Ella Wheeler Wilcox, Short Beach, Connecticut, to Sara Teasdale Filsinger, St. Louis, Missouri,
    1915 June 14
    TLS, 1 p., w/env.

    writing in appreciation of her charming note, and mentioning Theodosia (Garrison) Faulks

  • Box 6
    Amy M. Beach, San Francisco, California, to Sara Teasdale Filsinger, St. Louis, Missouri,
    1915 June 17
    ALS, 3 p. on 1 l., w/env.

    writing in appreciation of her kind note and enclosed lyrics, praising "Night Song at Amalfi" particularly, and wishing to compose songs from some of the poems whenever she is not too busy with giving concerts

  • Box 6
    Ernest R. Kroeger, Director, The Kroeger School of Music, St. Louis, Missouri, to Sara Teasdale Filsinger, St. Louis, Missouri,
    1915 June 18
    TLS, 1 p., w/env.

    expecting to set to music her poems "Come" and "The Kiss" this summer

  • Box 6
    Robert F. Walker, Judge, Supreme Court, Jefferson City, Missouri, to William Marion Reedy, Reedy's Mirror, St. Louis, Missouri,
    1915 June 18
    TLS, 1 p.

    criticizing Sara Teasdale's recently published "In a Lighted Window"

  • Box 6
    William Marion Reedy, Reedy's Mirror, St. Louis, Missouri, to Sara Teasdale Filsinger, St. Louis, Missouri,
    1915 June 21
    ALS, 2 p. on 2 l., w/env.

    discussing her little boy poem ["In a Lighted Window"] and Judge Walker's opinion of it in his June 18 letter, expressing his view of Zoe [Akin]and her anthology, and discussing free verse

  • Box 6
    Edward C. Murch, The MacMillan Company, New York, New York, to Sara Teasdale Filsinger, St. Louis, Missouri,
    1915 July 1
    TLS, 1 p., w/env.

    offering a royalty of ten percent on all copies sold of her Rivers to the Seaand submitting a sample page

  • Box 6
    William Rose Benet, The Century Magazine, New York, New York, to Sara Teasdale Filsinger, St. Louis, Missouri,
    1915 July 2
    TLS, 1 p., w/env.

    accepting the revision of "Summer Night, Riverside" for future publication

  • Box 6
    Mr. and Mrs. John Warren Teasdale, Charlevoix, Michigan, to Sara Teasdale Filsinger, St. Louis, Missouri,
    1915 July 3
    Telegram

    congratulating her on her success with The MacMillan Company

  • Box 6
    Luella Ohusted Burnham, Wellesley, Massachusetts, to Sara Teasdale Filsinger, St. Louis, Missouri,
    1915 July 8
    ALS, 2 p. on 1 l., w/env.

    requesting permission to set to music her poem "The Look"

  • Box 6
    Martha Emma Watts, Asheville, North Carolina, to Sara Teasdale Filsinger, St. Louis, Missouri,
    1915 July 18
    ALS, 4 p. on 1 l., w/env.

    congratulating her on having her poems published by The MacMillan Companyand telling of her own writing

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    G. Schirmer (Inc.), Music Publishers, New York, New York, to Sara Teasdale Filsinger, St. Louis, Missouri,
    1915 July 23
    TLS, 1 p., w/env.

    requesting to use two musical settings "But What if I Heard my First Love" and "The Kiss in Colin's Eye" based on her poems

  • Box 6
    The MacMillan Company, New York, New York, to Messrs. Stix, Baer, & Fuller, St. Louis, Missouri,
    1915 July 23
    TL, 1 p.

    concerning the publication of Sara Teasdale's poetry and the possibility of having advance order copies autographed

  • Box 6
    William Stanley Braithwaite, Cambridge, Massachusetts, to Sara Teasdale Filsinger, St. Louis, Missouri,
    1915 July 27
    ALS, 2 p. on 1 l., w/env.

    concerning his anthology coming out in October, and asking her assistance by sending her extra set of proofs when corrected and by contacting William Marion Reedy

  • Box 6
    John Alden Carpenter, Chicago, Illinois, to Sara Teasdale Filsinger, St. Louis, Missouri,
    1915 July 28
    ALS, 1 p., w/env.

    praising her poems that she sent and hoping to use some of them

  • Box 6
    William Marion Reedy, Reedy's Mirror, St. Louis, Missouri, to Sara Teasdale Filsinger, St. Louis, Missouri,
    1915 July 28
    TLS, 1 p., w/env.

    feeling that her book will be a success

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    Rosalie L. Hausmann, San Francisco, California, to Sara Teasdale Filsinger, Charlevoix, Michigan,
    1915 Aug 12
    ALS, 3 p. on 1 l., w/env.

    complimenting her poems as being admirably fitted for American songs, and saying that she has set four of them to musical settings

  • Box 6
    Conrad Aiken, Cuttingsville, Vermont, to Sara Teasdale Filsinger, Charlevoix, Michigan,
    1915 Aug 14
    ALS, 1 p., w/env.

    criticizing the Imagist movement but commenting favorably on John Gould Fletcher's work, and mentioning his drifting away from the group

  • Box 6
    Henry A. Bellows, The Bellman, Minneapolis, Minnesota, to Sara Teasdale Filsinger, [Charlevoix, Michigan],
    1915 Aug 14
    TLS, 1 p., w/env.

    accepting one of her poems for publication

  • Box 6
    W. J. Marsh, Fort Worth, Texas, to Sara Teasdale Filsinger, Charlevoix, Michigan,
    1915 Aug 23
    ALS, 2 p. on 2 l., w/env.

    concerning a suite of songs "Five Songs of Autumn" written by himself using her poems "Twilight," "November," "Dreams," and "Dead Leaves"

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    John G. Neihardt, Bancroft, Nebraska, to Sara Teasdale Filsinger, St. Louis, Missouri,
    1915 Sep 14
    ALS, 3 p. on 1 l., w/env.

    agreeing to see her book and review it, discussing the "woman and poet," mentioning MacMillanpublishing his Song of Hugh Glass, and inquiring about her interest in Greek

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    O. W. Firkins, Minneapolis, Minnesota, to Sara Teasdale Filsinger, St. Louis, Missouri,
    1915 Sep 19
    ALS, 3 p. on 1 l., w/env.

    agreeing to review her book and giving a lengthy discussion of a reviewer's work

  • Box 6
    Maggie W. Barry, Sherman, Texas, to Sara Teasdale Filsinger, St. Louis, Missouri,
    1915 Sep 19
    ALS, 3 p. on 1 l., w/env.

    praising and criticizing her poetry, and discussing the teaching of poetry

  • Box 6
    Frederick Hoppin Nowland, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, to Sara Teasdale Filsinger, St. Louis, Missouri,
    1915 Sep 25
    ALS, 2 p. on 1 l., w/env.

    requesting permission to quote her poem "Spring in War Time" in a book being prepared about the war in Europe

  • Box 6
    Gordon Balch Nevin, Cleveland, Ohio, to Sara Teasdale Filsinger, St. Louis, Missouri,
    1915 Sep 28
    TLS, 1 p., w/env.

    requesting permission to use her poem "I Shall Not Care" in a musical setting

  • Box 6
    Wilbur L. Cross, Editor, Yale Review, New Haven, Connecticut, to Sara Teasdale Filsinger, St. Louis, Missouri,
    1915 Oct 1
    TLS, 1 p., w/env.

    asking for some poems

  • Box 6
    John Hall Wheelock, Charles Scribner's Sons, New York, New York, to Sara Teasdale Filsinger,
    1915 Oct 9
    ALS, 8 p. on 4 l., w/env.

    giving glowing and detailed praise of her work in Rivers to the Sea, writing of "the deep human beauty of this great poem," "the holy core of life itself...and needful to be reminded by such as you,--...," Sara Teasdaleas "an unabashed lover of life," "this expression of the fundamental emotion in its elements..."

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    E. H. Anderson, Director, New York Public Library, to Sara Teasdale Filsinger, St. Louis, Missouri,
    1915 Oct 12
    TLS, 1 p., w/env.

    revealing that the Library system has copies of her book of poems, Rivers to the Sea

  • Box 6
    O. W. Firkins, Minneapolis, Minnesota, to Sara Teasdale Filsinger, St. Louis, Missouri,
    1915 Oct 15
    ALS, 1 p., w/env.

    thanking her for the inscribed copy of her book [Rivers to the Sea], and promising a judgment

  • Box 6
    Grace L. Dawson, New York, New York, to Sara Teasdale Filsinger, St. Louis, Missouri,
    1915 Oct 15
    ALS, 4 p. on 2 l.

    writing in response to Sara's illness and mentioning her new book and some of her verse

  • Box 6
    Miles M. Dawson, New York, New York, to Sara Teasdale Filsinger, St. Louis, Missouri,
    1915 Oct 15
    ALS, 4 p. on 1 l., w/env.

    expressing his gratitude for her book and praising the verses

  • Box 6
    Rudolph Rieder, Madison, Wisconsin, to Sara Teasdale Filsinger, St. Louis, Missouri
    1915 Oct 15
    ALS, 4 p. on 1 l.

    (written in German)

  • Box 6
    Underwood's News Photo Service, New York, New York, to Sara Teasdale Filsinger, St. Louis, Missouri,
    1915 Oct 15
    TLS, 1 p., w/env.

    replying to her letter concerning a full face or profile picture of her to use in their service

  • Box 6
    Rudolph Rieder, Madison, Wisconsin, to Sara Teasdale Filsinger, St. Louis, Missouri
    1915 Oct 16
    ALS, 8 p. on 2 l., w/enclosures, w/env.

    (written in German)

  • Box 6
    Ella Wheeler Wilcox, Short Beach, Connecticut, to Sara Teasdale Filsinger, St. Louis, Missouri,
    1915 Oct 18
    TLS, 1 p., w/env.

    expressing appreciation of her book [Rivers to the Sea]and praising her verses

  • Box 6
    Nancy K. [Coonsman], St. Louis, Missouri, to Sara Teasdale Filsinger, St. Louis, Missouri,
    1915 Oct 20
    ALS, 4 p. on 1 l., w/env.

    praising her book and her expression of her "love in terms of nature," and wishing to see Sara

  • Box 6
    Marguerite Wilkinson, Coronado, California, to Sara Teasdale Filsinger, St. Louis, Missouri,
    1915 Oct 21
    ALS, 1 p., w/env.

    thanking her for Rivers to the Seaand commenting on her growth

  • Box 6
    Harriet Monroe, Poetry, Chicago, Illinois, to Sara Teasdale Filsinger, St. Louis, Missouri,
    1915 Oct 23
    ANS, 2 p. on 1 l., w/env.

    mentioning the review of her new book to be in December's issue

  • Box 6
    Edgar Lee Masters, Chicago, Illinois, to Sara Teasdale Filsinger, St. Louis, Missouri,
    1915 Oct 23
    ALS, 2 p. on 1 l., w/env.

    praising her new book and expressing his pleasure in having met her and Ernst B. Filsingerin St. Louis

  • Box 6
    Edgar Lee Masters, Chicago, Illinois, to Sara Teasdale Filsinger, St. Louis, Missouri,
    1915 Oct 25
    ALS, 3 p. on 1 l., w/env.

    stating that he received her new book through Harriet Monroeand will place it among his memorable things, and revealing some feelings toward war

  • Box 6
    Stuart Walker, Morgan Hill, California, to Sara Teasdale Filsinger, St. Louis, Missouri,
    1915 Oct 25
    TLS, 1 p., w/env.

    mentioning his health, the pleasant publicity of his Portmanteau, and her book

  • Box 6
    Kendall Banning, Chicago, Illinois, to Sara Teasdale Filsinger, St. Louis, Missouri,
    1915 Oct 25
    TLS, 1 p., w/env.

    requesting a contribution for a select anthology of Pierrot and Columbine poems

  • Box 6
    G. Schirmer (Inc.), New York, New York, to Sara Teasdale Filsinger, St. Louis, Missouri,
    1915 Oct 25
    TLS, 1 p., w/env.

    requesting permission to use her poem "The Kiss" in a musical setting

  • Box 6
    Nathan Haskell Dole, Boston, Massachusetts, to Sara Teasdale Filsinger, St. Louis, Missouri,
    1915 Oct 26
    ALS, 8 p. on 2 l., w/env.

    thanking her for the volume and telling anecdotes about himself

  • Box 6
    Amy Lowell, Brookline, Massachusetts, to Sara Teasdale Filsinger, St. Louis, Missouri,
    1915 Oct 27
    ALS, 6 p. on 2 l., w/env.

    expressing admiration for her and pleasure at her kind words concerning her own work

  • Box 6
    Julia Scott Vrooman, Washington, D. C., to Sara Teasdale Filsinger, St. Louis, Missouri,
    1915 Oct 29
    ALS, 5 p. on 2 l., w/env.

    expressing her delight upon receiving and reading her "exquisite little volume"

  • Box 6
    Vachel Lindsay, Springfield, Illinois, to Sara Teasdale Filsinger, St. Louis, Missouri,
    1915 Oct 30
    ALS, 4 p. on 1 l., w/env.

    thanking her for Rivers to the Sea, encouraging her and Ernst B. Filsingerto go to the Poets dinner, and mentioning receipt of the Chicago first prize for "the Chinese nightingale" and the progress of his Movie-Book

  • Box 6
    Blanche S. Wagstaff, New York, New York, to Sara Teasdale Filsinger, St. Louis, Missouri,
    1915 Oct 30
    ALS, 3 p. on 3 l., w/env.

    expressing her pleasure in reading Rivers to the Seaand promising a review shortly

  • Box 6
    Louis Untermeyer, New York, New York, to Sara Teasdale Filsinger, St. Louis, Missouri,
    1915 Oct 30
    ALS, 2 p. on 1 l., w/env.

    praising her blank verse in Rivers to the Sea, and mentioning works by himself and his wife, Jean, and the opinions of Robert Frostand Max Eastman

  • Box 6
    Bart B. Howard, The St. Louis Republic, St. Louis, Missouri, to Sara Teasdale Filsinger, St. Louis, Missouri,
    1915 Oct 31
    TLS, 1 p., w/env.

    expressing his fondness for her Rivers to the Sea

  • Box 6
    Frederick Jacobi, San Leandro, California, to Sara Teasdale Filsinger, St. Louis, Missouri,
    [1915 Oct]
    ALS,
    3 p. on 1 l., w/enclosure, w/env.

    requesting permission to publish her poem "The Kiss" in a musical setting

  • Box 6
    [ ], Department of English, Washington University, St. Louis, Missouri, to Sara Teasdale Filsinger, St. Louis, Missouri,
    1915 Nov 2
    ALS, 3 p. on 3 l., w/env.

    praising her work and commenting on the Rieder translation

  • Box 6
    Edward J. Wheeler, Editor, Current Opinion, New York, New York, to Sara Teasdale Filsinger, St. Louis, Missouri,
    1915 Nov 3
    ALS, 1 p., w/env.

    praising the "wonderful lyric qualities" of Rivers to the Sea, saying that the "songs are so directly from the heart and life not only of a true poet but of a true woman..."

  • Box 6
    Ada Foster Murray Alden, New York, New York, to Sara Teasdale Filsinger, St. Louis, Missouri,
    1915 Nov 5
    ALS, 4 p. on 1 l., w/env.

    expressing her and her husband's, Henry Mills Alden, admiration for her `singing leaves'

  • Box 6
    Helen Bullis Kizer, Spokane, Washington, to Sara Teasdale Filsinger, St. Louis, Missouri,
    1915 Nov 9
    ALS, 4 p. on 1 l., w/env.

    praising her Rivers to the Seaand her ability to "bring a seeing eye to the most outworn or ordinary situations..."

  • Box 6
    Kendall Banning, The Players, New York, New York, to Sara Teasdale Filsinger, St. Louis, Missouri,
    1915 Nov 12
    ALS, 2 p. on 1 l., w/env.

    commenting that she is "writing the best singing verse in the country today" and that "our singers are all too few and our Ezra Pounds and Gertrude Steins are all too many!"

  • Box 6
    Blanche M. Blake, Tennessee Federation of Women's Clubs, Nashville, Tennessee, to Sara Teasdale Filsinger, St. Louis, Missouri,
    1915 Nov 13
    ALS, 2 p. on 2 l., w/env.

    admitting to being an admirer of her poetry, and planning to read "Off Capri" to The Centennial Club

  • Box 6
    Herma N. Clark, Chicago, Illinois, to Sara Teasdale Filsinger, St. Louis, Missouri,
    1915 Nov 17
    ALS, 3 p. on 1 l., w/env.

    telling her plans to write an article on Carl Vroomanand Julia Scott Vroomanand wishing to quote from Sara Teasdale's verses

  • Box 6
    Marguerite Wilkinson, Coronado, California, to Sara Teasdale Filsinger, St. Louis, Missouri,
    1915 Nov 18
    TLS, 1 p., w/env.

    commenting on her "very unusual lyric gift" and the satisfying Rivers to the Sea, and mentioning Sara's fragile health

  • Box 6
    Edward Bliss Reed, Yale Review, New Haven, Connecticut, to Sara Teasdale Filsinger, St. Louis, Missouri,
    1915 Nov 20
    TLS, 1 p., w/env.

    citing her work as "sincere and artistic," thanking her for the German versions of her poems, and wishing to publish some of her verse in the Yale Review

  • Box 6
    Louis Untermeyer, New York, New York, to Sara Teasdale Filsinger, St. Louis, Missouri,
    1915 Nov 21
    ALS, 3 p. on 1 l., w/enclosure, w/env.

    discussing an enclosed review of her Rivers to the Sea, remarking on the sign of prodigy in Stephen Vincent Benet(younger brother of William Rose Benet), mentioning his wife Jean Untermeyer's hit with Amy Lowell, and likens one of G. K. Chesterton's poems to Vachel Lindsay's style

  • Box 6
    Miles M. Dawson, New York, New York, to Sara Teasdale Filsinger, St. Louis, Missouri,
    1915 Nov 23
    ALS, 4 p. on 1 l., w/env.

    quoting praises from Mrs. Meynell about the verses of Sara and of Margaret Widdemeras well as expressing his and his wife Grace Dawson's delight with them, and mentioning his new book The Etchics of Confucius

  • Box 6
    Robert W. Wilkes, Yonkers, New York, to Sara Teasdale Filsinger, St. Louis, Missouri,
    1915 Nov 26
    ALS, 1 p., w/env.

    requesting permission to set to music her poem "Spring in War Time"

  • Box 6
    Alice Carter Butler, Chicago, Illinois, to Sara Teasdale Filsinger, St. Louis, Missouri,
    1915 Nov 27
    ALS, 4 p. on 1 l., w/env.

    praising Rivers to the Seaand especially "The Answer"

  • Box 6
    Anna Catherine Murphy Markham, New York, New York, to Sara Teasdale Filsinger, St. Louis, Missouri,
    1915 Nov 28
    ALS, 4 p. on 1 l., w/enclosure (review of Edwin Markham's California the Wonderful), w/env.

    sharing her admiration of "the lilt and the lift of the poems" in Rivers to the Sea, mentioning Jesse R[ittenhouse], Margaret Fuller, Margaret Widdemer, Royal Dixon, and discussing the hardship of the family of the late Madison Cawein

  • Box 6
    Editor, Harper's Magazine, New York, New York, to Sara Teasdale Filsinger, St. Louis, Missouri,
    1915 Dec 1
    TLS, 1 p., w/env.

    accepting her poems "In a Hospital" and "Flames" for publication

  • Box 6
    Marie DuBois McCormack, Recording Secretary, The Wednesday Club, St. Louis, Missouri, to Sara Teasdale Filsinger, St. Louis, Missouri,
    1915 Dec 8
    ALS, 2 p. on 2 l., w/env.

    informing her that they have elected her an honorary member

  • Box 6
    William H. Hills, The Writer: A Monthly Magazine for Literary Workers, Boston, Massachusetts, to Sara Teasdale Filsinger, St. Louis, Missouri,
    1915 Dec 9
    TLS, 1 p., w/env.

    requesting a personal biographical sketch of her by one of her friends

  • Box 6
    Arthur Guiterman, New York, New York, to Sara Teasdale Filsinger, St. Louis, Missouri,
    1915 Dec 11
    ALS, 2 p. on 1 l., w/env.

    thanking her for her "melodious book" and commenting on some of his favorite poems

  • Box 6
    H. L. Mencken, Editor, The Smart Set, New York, New York, to Sara Teasdale Filsinger, St. Louis, Missouri,
    1915 Dec 13
    TLS, 1 p., w/env.

    asking about `The New Moon' and the series of hospital songs, and thanking her for an article by Harris Merton Lyon

  • Box 6
    Edgar Lee Masters, Chicago, Illinois, to Ernst B. Filsinger, St. Louis, Missouri,
    1915 Dec 15
    ALS, 3 p. on 1 l., w/env.

    discussing Willard Huntington Wright's critical pen, and praising Sara Tesdale's songs

  • Box 6
    H. L. Mencken, Baltimore, Maryland, to Sara Teasdale Filsinger, St. Louis, Missouri,
    1915 Dec 20
    TLS, 1 p., w/env.

    expressing pleasure at one of her stories and wishing she would do more prose

  • Box 6
    W. K. Kelsey, Detroit, Michigan, to Sara Teasdale Filsinger, St. Louis, Missouri,
    1915 Dec 22
    ALS, 2 p. on 1 l., w/env.

    concerning Rivers to the Sea

  • Box 6
    Editors, The Smart Set, New York, New York, to Sara Teasdale Filsinger, St. Louis, Missouri,
    1915 Dec 22
    TLS, 1 p., w/env.

    offering fee for her story "The Black Hearth"

  • Box 6
    Williamina Parrishto Vine (Colby) McCasland,
    1915 Dec 24
    ALS,

    sending an affectionate holiday letter

  • Box 6
    S[olomon?] L[eopold?] Millard Rosenberg, Lansdowne, Pennsylvania, to Ernst B. Filsinger, St. Louis, Missouri,
    1915 Dec 28
    ALS, 4 p. on 1 l., w/env.

    praising Sara Teasdale's Rivers to the Seaand saying that no other American poet "so feelingly, so spontaneously and beautifully senses the primal human emotions"

  • Box 6
    Amy Lowell, Brookline, Massachusetts, to Sara Teasdale Filsinger, St. Louis, Missouri,
    1915 Dec 28
    TLS, 3 p. on 3 l., w/env.

    thanking her for the copy of [ Rivers to the Sea] and commenting on her favorite poems and on one fault, and promising to send a copy of her own Six French Poets

  • Box 6
    Williamina Parrishto Vine (Colby) McCasland,
    [1915]
    ALS, 2 p. on 1 l.

    sending some old photographs of Vine

  • Box 7
    Katharine Howard, Salt Lake City, Utah, to Sara Teasdale Filsinger, St. Louis, Missouri,
    1916 Jan 3
    ALS, 4 p. on 1 l., w/env.

    explaining that she does her readings "all for love of the fine new movement in poetry," and requests a copy of Rivers to the Sea

  • Box 7
    George M. Whicher, Hunter College, New York, New York, to Sara Teasdale Filsinger, St. Louis, Missouri,
    1916 Jan 14
    ALS, 2 p. on 1 l., w/env.

    welcoming her book in their Poets Corner, praising her work, and inviting her to the College to see the work they are trying to do for the young women...

  • Box 7
    Julia Pauline Leavens, New York Browning Society, New York, New York, to Sara Teasdale Filsinger, St. Louis, Missouri,
    1916 Jan 15
    ALS, 2 p. on 1 l., w/env.

    mentioning her stay at the Dawsons' ( Miles Dawsonand Grace Dawson) where she saw Sara's bridal picture

  • Box 7
    Harriet Monroe, Editor, Poetry: A Magazine of Verse, Chicago, Illinois, to Sara Teasdale Filsinger, New York, New York,
    1916 Feb 1
    TLS, 2 p. on 1 l., w/env.

    requesting formal permission to include some of her poems in an anthology of the New Poetry, with a personal handwritten note at the bottom and on the verso

  • Box 7
    Salomon de la Selva, New York, New York, to Sara Teasdale Filsinger, St. Louis, Missouri,
    1916 Feb 4
    ALS, 3 p. on 1 l., w/env.

    expressing his interest in translating some of her work into Spanish and asking for her published books and a photograph

  • Box 7
    Hermina Earnest, Dallas, Texas, to Sara Teasdale Filsinger, St. Louis, Missouri,
    1916 Feb 10
    ALS, 2 p. on 1 l., w/env.

    requesting permission to publish "The Kiss" set to music

  • Box 7
    Mary James, student at Central State Normal, Edmond, Oklahoma, to Sara Teasdale Filsinger, St. Louis, Missouri,
    1916 Feb 10
    ALS, 4 p. on 4 l., w/env.

    discussing a school project and requesting a letter and a photograph

  • Box 7
    Edward Bliss Reed, Assistant Editor, The Yale Review, New Haven, Connecticut, to Sara Teasdale Filsinger, St. Louis, Missouri,
    1916 Feb 24
    TLS, 2 p. on 1 l., w/env.

    accepting her "Songs in a Hospital" and requesting one other poem for publication

  • Box 7
    Vine Colby, St. Louis, Missouri, to Sara Teasdale Filsinger, St. Louis, Missouri,
    1916 Feb 25
    ANS, 2 p. on 1 l., w/env.

    praising Sara and her work on behalf of "Ned" ( Edna Wahlert) and herself, and enclosing an "honest tribute from Ned"

  • Box 7
    Editors, Smart Set, New York, New York, to Sara Teasdale Filsinger, St. Louis, Missouri,
    1916 Feb 25
    TLS, 1 p., w/env.

    acccepting her poem "Old Days" for publication

  • Box 7
    Sara Teasdale Filsinger, Usona Hotel, St. Louis, Missouri, to Vine Colby, [St. Louis, Missouri],
    1916 Feb 28
    ALS, 4 p. on 2 l.

    expressing her satisfaction at hearing from her and Ned ( Edna Wahlert)

  • Box 7
    Alfred Edward Housman, Trinity College, Cambridge, England, to Sara Teasdale Filsinger, St. Louis, Missouri,
    1916 Feb 28
    ALS, 2 p. on 1 l., w/env.

    thanking her belatedly for her gift of Rivers to the Sea

  • Box 7
    John Masefield, New York, New York, to Sara Teasdale Filsinger,
    1916 Feb 28
    ALS, 1 p.

    thanking her for the letter and gift of poetry

  • Box 7
    Clara Root Farr, Clinton, Oklahoma, to Sara Teasdale Filsinger, St. Louis, Missouri,
    1916 Feb 29
    ALS, 2 p. on 1 l., w/env.

    concerning her own article on "Masterpieces of American Women Poets"

  • Box 7
    Mary S. Wright, Editorial Department, The Davenport Democrat and Leader, Davenport, Iowa, to Sara Teasdale Filsinger, St. Louis, Missouri,
    1916 Feb 29
    TLS, 2 p. on 2 l., w/env.

    praising her Sonnets to Duse and Other Poemsand Rivers to the Sea

  • Box 7
    May Massee, Editor, A. L. A. Booklist, Chicago, Illinois, to Sara Teasdale Filsinger, St. Louis, Missouri,
    1916 Mar 4
    ALS, 1 p., w/env.

    expressing her pleasure in reading Rivers to the Sea, and mentioning it being listed in the April issue

  • Box 7
    Lucia Sloan Hopkins, College Club, St. Louis, Missouri, to Sara Teasdale Filsinger, St. Louis, Missouri,
    1916 Mar 7
    ALS, 3 p. on 1 l., w/env.

    extending an invitation for her to read some of her poems at a benefit tea

  • Box 7
    Robert Bridges, Scribner's Magazine, New York, New York, to Sara Teasdale Filsinger, St. Louis, Missouri,
    1916 Mar 8
    TLS, 1 p., w/env.

    accepting her poem "Child, Child" for publication if it is not to be published in a book soon

  • Box 7
    Gilderoy Scott, New York, New York, to Sara Teasdale Filsinger, St. Louis, Missouri,
    1916 Mar 15
    ALS, 4 p. on 1 l., w/env.

    expressing his pleasure with her letter, poems, and songs as well as his enjoyment in singing her songs, and mentioning a singing engagement at the Browning SocietySoiree

  • Box 7
    Louise McNair, St. Louis, Missouri, to Sara Teasdale Filsinger, St. Louis, Missouri,
    1916 Mar 15
    ANS, 2 p. on 1 l., w/env.

    writing of her enjoyment in hearing Ernst B. Filsingerread Sara's poems at The Wednesday Club, and inviting her to tea with Celia Harrisand herself

  • Box 7
    Ezra Pound, Kensington, England, to Sara Teasdale Filsinger, St. Louis, Missouri,
    1916 Mar 17
    TLS, 1 p., w/env.

    thanking her for the book which has not yet arrived and sending regards to "Johns and Miss Monroe"

  • Box 7
    Jane Burr, St. Louis, Missouri, to Sara Teasdale Filsinger, St. Louis, Missouri
    1916 Mar 19
    TNS, 1 p., w/env.

    re Rivers to the Sea

  • Box 7
    Merle St. Croix Wright, New York, New York, to Sara Teasdale Filsinger, St. Louis, Misouri,
    1916 Mar 28
    ALS, 2 p. on 1 l., w/env.

    calling her new book delightful and commenting on her ability to "keep command over so sure an artistry," and enclosing a copy of his poem "To St. Louis"

  • Box 7
    Witter Bynner, New York, New York, to Sara Teasdale Filsinger, St. Louis, Missouri,
    1916 Mar 28
    ALS, 1 p., w/env.

    expressing pride at her letter and gift of Rivers to the Sea

  • Box 7
    A. Walter Kramer, New York, New York, to William Marion Reedy, Editor, Reedy's Mirror, St. Louis, Missouri,
    1916 Mar 28
    TLS, 1 p., w/env.

    requesting permission to obtain the rights to Sara Teasdale's poem "Joy" to use in a musical setting, with ANS from Reedy to Sara Teasdale Filsingerat top

  • Box 7
    L. Camilieri, New York, New York, to Sara Teasdale Filsinger, St. Louis, Missouri,
    1916 Apr 4
    ALS, 4 p. on 1 l., w/env.

    thanking her for the letter and beautiful book, and expressing an inerest in setting some of her poems to music

  • Box 7
    Horace Johnson, Waltham, Massachusetts, to Sara Teasdale Filsinger, St. Louis, Missouri,
    1916 Apr 4
    ALS, 2 p. on 1 l., w/env.

    indicating that he has set to classical music her poem "Flames"

  • Box 7
    Grace L. Dawson, New York, New York, to Sara Teasdale Filsinger, St. Louis, Missouri,
    1916 Apr 8
    ALS, 3 p. on 1 l., w/env.

    writing of activities of the Browning Societyand enclosing a program

  • Box 7
    Francis Grierson, Burlington, Iowa, to Sara Teasdale Filsinger, St. Louis, Missouri,
    1916 Apr 8
    ALS, 2 p. on 2 l., w/env.

    expressing his certainty that some of her lyrics will inspire some composer to set them to music

  • Box 7
    Susie Willis, Kansas City, Missouri, to Sara Teasdale Filsinger, St. Louis, Missouri,
    1916 Apr 13
    ALS, 2 p. on 1 l., w/env.

    wishing to secure the "Song Maker" and one other lyric for use in a vocal number in "Missouri's Place in Literature"

  • Box 7
    R. Huntington Woodman, Brooklyn, New York, to Sara Teasdale Filsinger, St. Louis, Missouri,
    1916 Apr 16
    ALS, 2 p. on 1 l., w/env.

    thanking her for the gift of Rivers to the Sea, and expressing an interest in setting some of them to music

  • Box 7
    William Faversham, New York, New York, to Sara Teasdale Filsinger, St. Louis, Missouri,
    1916 Apr 19
    ALS, 1 p., w/env.

    thanking her for the pretty "Mary Arden poem"

  • Box 7
    Adelaide Forshaw, St. Louis, Missouri, to Sara Teasdale Filsinger, St. Louis, Missouri,
    1916 Apr 30
    ALS, 2 p. on 1 l., w/env.

    enclosing three photographs of William Favershamand others at the Shakespeare Celebration

  • Box 7
    Cedric W. Lemont, Chicago, Illinois, to Sara Teasdale Filsinger, St. Louis, Missouri,
    1916 May 1
    ALS, 1 p., w/env.

    requesting permission to use "The Kiss" in a musical setting

  • Box 7
    William Arms Fisher, Oliver Ditson Company, Boston, Massachusetts, to Sara Teasdale Filsinger, St. Louis, Missouri,
    1916 May 2
    TLS, 1 p., w/env.

    thanking her for the letter and copies of her poems, and mentioning a discussion with Edmund Clarence Stedmanover what constitutes a lyric poem

  • Box 7
    Frank Howard Warner, New York, New York, to The MacMillan Company, New York, New York,
    1916 May 7
    ALS, 2 p. on 1 l.

    requesting permission to set to music Sara Teasdale's poem "I Heard a Cry"

  • Box 7
    Henry Wellington Wack, Newark, New Jersey, to Sara Teasdale Filsinger, St. Louis, Missouri,
    1916 May 10
    TLS, 1 p., w/env.

    concerning Newark's Poem Competition and its civic theme

  • Box 7
    Lee Shippey, Missouri Writers Guild, to Sara Teasdale Filsinger, St. Louis, Missouri,
    1916 May 19
    TLS, 1 p., w/env.

    requesting her membership and expressing admiration

  • Box 7
    Ray Werner, The St. Louis Art League, St. Louis, Missouri, to Sara Teasdale Filsinger, St. Louis, Missouri,
    1916 May 20
    TLS, 1 p., w/env.

    concerning her assistance as judge

  • Box 7
    William Butler Yeats, London, England, to Sara Teasdale Filsinger, St. Louis, Missouri,
    1916 May 27
    ALS, 1 p., w/env.

    thanking her for her letter and poems, which gave him a great deal of pleasure

  • Box 7
    J. W. Cunliffe, Columbia University, New York, New York, to Sara Teasdale Filsinger, St. Louis, Missouri,
    1916 June 9
    TLS, 1 p., w/env.

    requesting permission to use her poem "In a Hospital" in a volume of selections from English and American poets about the war to be edited by himself on behalf of the Belgian Scholarship Committee

  • Box 7
    Joyce Kilmer, New York, New York, to Sara Teasdale Filsinger, St. Louis, Missouri,
    1916 June 17
    TLS, 2 p. on 1 l., w/env.

    concerning a meeting of American poets to be held on June 28 "in memory of Padraic Pearse, Thomas MacDonagh, and Joseph Plunkett, the three poets who were executed for their share in the recent uprising in Dublin, " and asking for one of her poems to be read

  • Box 7
    Robert Bridges, Scribner's Magazine, New York, New York, to Sara Teasdale Filsinger, Cromwell Hall, Cromwell, Connecticut,
    1916 July 8
    TLS, 1 p., w/env.

    enclosing a request to set to music "Child, Child"

  • Box 7
    Louise Holdren Anderson, The Drama League of America, Chicago, Illinois, to Sara Teasdale Filsinger,
    1916 July 11
    ALS, 2 p. on 2 l.

    extending appreciation for her part in the St. LouisConvention, and commenting on her two beautiful odes read by William Faversham

  • Box 7
    Ferris Greenslet, Houghton Mifflin Company, Boston, Massachusetts to [Sara Teadale Filsinger],
    1916 July 13
    TLS, 2 p. on 1 l., w/env.

    offering preliminary terms for the spring 1917 publication of her anthology of love lyrics by women

  • Box 7
    Ernst B. Filsinger, St. Louis, Missouri, to Sara Teasdale Filsinger, Cromwell Hall, Cromwell, Connecticut,
    1916 July 17
    TL, 1 p.

    concerning Houghton Mifflin Company's acceptance of Sara's The Answering Voice...

  • Box 7
    Ernst B. Filsinger, St. Louis, Missouri, to Sara Teasdale Filsinger, Cromwell Hall, Cromwell, Connecticut,
    1916 July 17
    TL, 1 p.

    more concerning The Answering Voice...

  • Box 7
    Grace Clarke Pierce, Indianapolis, Indiana, to Sara Teasdale Filsinger, St. Louis, Missouri,
    1916 July 17
    ALS, 2 p. on 1 l., w/env.

    requesting copies of her two Shakespearian odes both read by William Faversham

  • Box 7
    Grace Hazard Conkling, Northampton, Massachusetts, to Sara Teasdale Filsinger, Noharet, Massachusetts,
    1916 Aug 6
    ALS, 4 p. on 1 l., w/env.

    thanking her for her charming note about her daughter Hilda Conkling's poem, and enclosing some poems by the five-year old

  • Box 7
    Fay Foster, Alton Bay, New Hampshire, to Sara Teasdale Filsinger, Charlevoix, Michigan,
    1916 Aug 11
    ALS, 1 p., w/env.

    requesting permission to set to music her poem "A Poem of Young Love"

  • Box 7
    Anna L. Moss, Douglas, Michigan, to Sara Teasdale Filsinger, St. Louis, Missouri,
    1916 Aug 18
    ALS, 2 p. on 1 l., w/env.

    expressing her enjoyment over Rivers to the Sea, and mentioning Sara's discriminating comment on Sappho

  • Box 7
    Jenkin Lloyd Jones, Director, Abraham Lincoln Center, Tower Hill, Wisconsin, to Sara Teasdale Filsinger, Charlevoix, Michigan,
    1916 Aug 19
    TLS, 1 p., w/env.

    requesting permission to print her "Testament" in a little volume of sermons

  • Box 7
    Henry A. Bellows, Vice-President, The Bellman, Minneapolis, Minnesota, to Sara Teasdale Filsinger, Charlevoix, Michigan,
    1916 Aug 21
    TLS, 1 p., w/env.

    accepting a poem for publication

  • Box 7
    Fay Foster, Alton Bay, New Hampshire, to Sara Teasdale Filsinger, Charlevoix, Michigan,
    1916 Aug 29
    ALS, 3 p. on 1 l., w/env.

    requesting again permission to set to music her "A Poem of Young Love" as well as "When I am Dead"

  • Box 7
    Mary C. Day, Wellsville, New York, to Sara Teasdale Filsinger, St. Louis, Missouri,
    1916 Sep 20
    ALS, 2 p. on 1 l., w/env.

    praising her Rivers to the Sea

  • Box 7
    Carl Busch, Conductor, Kansas City Symphony Orchestra, Kansas City, Missouri, to Sara Teasdale Filsinger, St. Louis, Missouri,
    1916 Sep 25
    ALS, 2 p. on 2 l., w/env.

    expressing his interest in having her poetry set to some `Ozark songs'

  • Box 7
    Harold Flammer, G. Schirmer, (Inc.), New York, New York, to Sara Teasdale Filsinger, St. Louis, Missouri,
    1916 Sep 28
    TLS, 1 p., w/env.

    requesting permission to use her lyrics "A Benediction" in a musical setting by C. Whitney Coombs

  • Box 7
    Alice B. Long, West New Brighton, New York, to Charles Scribner & Sons,
    1916 Oct 6
    ALS, 2 p. on 1 l.

    asking permission to use the second verse of Sara Teasdale's poem "Child, Child" on a card to be distributed among friends

  • Box 7
    James Bird, Marietta, Ohio, to Scribner's Magazine,
    1916 Oct 7
    ALS, 2 p. on 1 l.

    requesting permission to set to music Sara Teasdale's poem "Child, Child"

  • Box 7
    H. L. Mencken, Editor, Smart Set, [Baltimore, Maryland], to Sara Teasdale Filsinger, St. Louis, Missouri,
    1916 Oct 7
    TLS, 1 p.

    expressing his pleasure at her new poems, and mentioning the protest against the Post Office banning of the works of Theodore Dreiser

  • Box 7
    Robert Bridges, Scribner's Magazine, New York, New York, to Sara Teasdale Filsinger, St. Louis, Missouri,
    1916 Oct 10
    TLS, 1 p., w/env.

    concerning letters requesting permission to use some of Sara's lyrics

  • Box 7
    Editors, Smart Set, New York, New York, to Sara Teasdale Filsinger, St. Louis, Missouri,
    1916 Oct 14
    TLS, 1 p., w/env.

    accepting her poem "Other Men" for publication

  • Box 7
    Girard Blair, The Sedalia National Bank, Sedalia, Missouri, to Sara Teasdale Filsinger, St. Louis, Missouri,
    1916 Oct 21
    TLS, 1 p., w/env.

    requesting permission to set to music her poems "Deep in the Night," "Come," and "The Flight"

  • Box 7
    Paul L. Benjamin, Anti-Tuberculosis Committee, Minneapolis, Minnesota, to Sara Teasdale Filsinger, St. Louis, Missouri,
    1916 Oct 23
    TLS, 1 p., w/env.

    requesting an original verse to use as a guide for contestants in a health poetry contest in which Harriet Monroe, Henry Adams Bellows, and William Stanley Braithwaitewill act as judges

  • Box 7
    Sara Teasdale Filsinger, St. Louis, Missouri, to Elsa Barker, Duffield & Company, Publishers, Los Angeles, California,
    1916 Oct 24
    TLS, 1 p., w/env.

    requesting permission to use one of her poems in an anthology she is editing entitled The Answering Voice--One Hundred Love-Lyrics by Women

  • Box 7
    Robert Bridges, Scribner's Magazine, New York, New York, to Sara Teasdale Filsinger, St. Louis, Missouri,
    1916 Oct 25
    TLS, 1 p., w/env.

    accepting her poem "August Moonrise" for publication if conditions are agreeable

  • Box 7
    Rosalie Day, Catskill, New York, to Sara Teasdale Filsinger, St. Louis, Missouri,
    1916 Oct 31
    ALS, 2 p. on 1 l., w/env.

    asking her consent on behalf of her singing master to have a song published using her verse "Jewels"

  • Box 7
    Harriet Monroe, Editor, Poetry: A Magazine of Verse, Chicago, Illinois, to Sara Teasdale Filsinger,
    1916 Oct 31
    ANS, 2 p. on 1 l.

    commenting on the poems she liked best including a group of "Songs Out of Stress"

  • Box 7
    Gertrude M. Richards, New York, New York, to Sara Teasdale Filsinger, New York, New York,
    1916 Nov 4
    TLS, 2 p. on 2 l., w/env.

    admitting that she has been enthusiastically reading from Sara's poems at her Poetry Readings and asks for furthur cooperation

  • Box 7
    A. S. Berghauser, Tusculum College, Greenville, Tennessee, to Sara Teasdale Filsinger, St. Louis, Missouri,
    1916 Nov 5
    ALS, 4 p. on 1 l., w/env.

    seeking biographical information for their club studying living English and American poets

  • Box 7
    Julia R. Tutwiler, New York, New York, to Sara Teasdale Filsinger, St. Louis, Missouri,
    1916 Nov 8
    TLS, 1 p., w/env.

    writing as her agent and enclosing a check for her poem "The Philosopher" which is to be published in Good Housekeeping

  • Box 7
    William Marion Reedy, Editor, Reedy's Mirror, St. Louis, Missouri, to Sara Teasdale Filsinger, St. Louis, Missouri,
    1916 Nov 11
    TLS, 1 p., w/env.

    accepting her poem "The Ballad of St. Kevin" for their Christmas issue

  • Box 7
    Zella Estelle Leighton, Delaware, Ohio, to Sara Teasdale Filsinger, St. Louis, Missouri,
    1916 Nov 17
    ALS, 1 p., w/env.

    requesting permission to publish her poem "The Cloud" set to music

  • Box 7
    Maude Haben Luck, Milwaukee, Wisconsin, to Sara Teasdale Filsinger, St. Louis, Missouri,
    1916 Nov 20
    ALS, 2 p. on 1 l., w/env.

    requesting permission to publish "The Look" set to music along with some others she is working on

  • Box 7
    Edward Joseph O'Brien, South Yarmouth, Massachusetts, to Sara Teasdale Filsinger, New York, New York,
    1916 Nov 20
    TLS, 2 p. on 2 l., w/env.

    concerning a project with The Bookmanand Dodd, Mead, & Companyin the form of an anthology of new poems by American poets

  • Box 7
    Rosalie L. Hausmann, San Francisco, California, to Sara Teasdale Filsinger, New York, New York,
    1916 Nov 21
    ALS, 3 p. on 1 l., w/env.

    requesting permission to use some of her poems in musical settings

  • Box 7
    Julius Kranz, Glendale, California, to The MacMillan Company, New York, New York,
    1916 Nov 22
    ALS, 1 p.

    requesting permission to use "The Cloud" and "Night Song at Amalfi" by Sara Teasdalein musical settings

  • Box 7
    Cora E. Large, North Tonawanda, New York, to Sara Teasdale Filsinger, New York, New York,
    1916 Nov 27
    ALS, 5 p. on 2 l., w/env.

    admiring her work and wondering how to obtain her books other than Rivers to the Sea

  • Box 7
    Harold Strong Latham, Editor, The MacMillan Company, New York, New York, to Sara Teasdale Filsinger, New York, New York,
    1916 Nov 29
    TLS, 1 p., w/env.

    referring to a letter, November 22, 1916, from Julius Kranz

  • Box 7
    William J. Matheson, New York, New York, to Editor, Scribner's Magazine, New York, New York,
    1916 Nov 29
    TLS, 1 p.

    admiring Sara Teasdale's "November Night" and commenting on its "wonderful imagery, its sympathetic feeling..."

  • Box 7
    Oscar Leonard, St. Louis, Missouri, to Ernst B. Filsinger, New York, New York,
    1916 Dec 1
    TLS, 1 p.

    translating a reference to Rivers to the Seafrom Yiddish to English

  • Box 7
    Robert Bridges, Scribner's Magazine, New York, New York, to Sara Teasdale Filsinger, New York, New York,
    1916 Dec 4
    TLS, 1 p.

    referring to a note in praise of her "November Night"

  • Box 7
    Julia R. Tutwiler, New York, New York, to Sara Teasdale Filsinger, New York, New York,
    1916 Dec 5
    TLS, 1 p., w/env.

    writing as her agent and sending a check for "Spring Rain" which is to be published in Century Magazine

  • Box 7
    Edward C. Murch, The MacMillan Company, New York, New York, to Sara Teasdale Filsinger, New York, New York,
    1916 Dec 11
    TLS, 1 p., w/env.

    offering an agreement for her proposal of a book of `Love Lyrics'

  • Box 7
    Rudolph Altrocchi, Chicago, Illinois, to Sara Teasdale Filsinger, New York, New York,
    1916 Dec 12
    ALS, 4 p. on 1 l., w/env.

    writing of entertaining friends with a reading of her Rivers to the Seaand their enjoyment

  • Box 7
    Edward C. Murch, The MacMillan Company, New York, New York, to Sara Teasdale Filsinger, New York, New York,
    1916 Dec 14
    TLS, 1 p.

    sending the agreement for the proposed book of love lyrics

  • Box 7
    Henry Gray Glover, Jackson, Michigan, to Sara Teasdale Filsinger, New York, New York,
    1916 Dec 21
    ALS, 1 p., w/env.

    thanking her for Rivers to the Sea

  • Box 7
    Harold Vincent Milligan, New York, New York, to Sara Teasdale Filsinger, New York, New York,
    1916 Dec 28
    TLS, 2 p. on 2 l., w/env.

    concerning the publication of several of his songs made from her lyrics

  • Box 7
    Robert Gilbert Welsh, New York, New York, to Sara Teasdale Filsinger,
    [1916]
    ALS, 1 p.

    acknowledging her letter and volume of verse

  • Box 8
    Lee Shippey, President, Missouri Writers Guild, Higginsville, Missouri, to Sara Teasdale Filsinger, New York, New York,
    1917 Jan 3
    TLS, 1 p., w/env.

    inviting her to talk intimately about her work at the Writers GuildDay at the University of Missouri

  • Box 8
    Dorothy Furman, Glen Ridge, New Jersey, to Sara Teasdale Filsinger, New York, New York,
    1917 Jan 4
    ALS, 2 p. on 1 l., w/env.

    requesting one of her bookplates in exchange for the enclosed one of her own

  • Box 8
    Walter de la Mare, Cambridge, Massachusetts, to Sara Teasdale Filsinger, New York, New York,
    1917 Jan 4
    ALS, 2 p. on 1 l., w/env.

    expressing his enjoyment in reading her poems, particularly "I Shall Not Care," "Off Algiers," and "Capri"

  • Box 8
    William Marion Reedy, Editor, Reedy's Mirror, St. Louis, Missouri, to Sara Teasdale Filsinger, New York, New York,
    1917 Jan 5
    TLS, 1 p., w/env.

    revealing that he would be pleased to have her work appear more often in the magazine

  • Box 8
    Embers McG[ ], Jackson, Michigan, to Sara Teasdale Filsinger, New York, New York,
    1917 Jan 8
    TLS, 2 p. on 1 l., w/env.

    praising her poems in the form of a poem entitled "Why Not"

  • Box 8
    Carrie Bullard Lewis, Tufts College, Massachusetts, to Sara Teasdale Filsinger, New York, New York,
    1917 Jan 16
    TLS, 1 p., w/env.

    requesting permission to use her poem "Grandfather's Love" in a musical setting for a colleciton of childrens' songs

  • Box 8
    Charles Hanson Towne, Editor, McClure's Magazine, New York, New York, to Sara Teasdale Filsinger, New York, New York,
    1917 Feb 14
    TLS, 1 p.

    accepting her poem "Tonight" for publication but declining "Defeated" due to spacing problems

  • Box 8
    Edith Lobdell, Chicago, Illinois, to Sara Teasdale Filsinger, New York, New York,
    1917 Feb 16
    ALS, 3 p. on 1 l., w/env.

    requesting permission to use her poem "Swans" in a musical setting

  • Box 8
    Virginia Roderick, Associate Editor, Everybody's Magazine, New York, New York, to Sara Teasdale Filsinger, New York, New York,
    1917 Feb 21
    TLS, 1 p., w/env.

    accepting her poem "Schooners" for publication

  • Box 8
    Alice Reber Fish, Brooklyn, New York, to Sara Teasdale Filsinger, New York, New York,
    1917 Feb 24
    ALS, 2 p. on 1 l., w/env.

    requesting permission to set to music her two poems "Joy" and "The Look"

  • Box 8
    Henry Adams Bellows, Associate Editor, The Bellman, Minneapolis, Minnesota, to Sara Teasdale Filsinger, New York, New York,
    1917 Mar 2
    ALS, 1 p., w/env.

    accepting her poem "The Strawberry Man" for publication, and expressing sympathy for her sickness

  • Box 8
    Burton E. Stevenson, Chillicothe, Ohio, to Sara Teasdale Filsinger,
    1917 Mar 27
    TLS, 1 p.

    requesting permission to use a few of her lyrics in a revision of his "The Home Book of Verse"

  • Box 8
    William Withenow, Jr., Fremont, Michigan, to Sara Teasdale Filsinger, New York, New York,
    1917 Apr 10
    ALS, 1 p., w/env.

    praising her poem "Dreams" and requesting permission to publish it in a musical setting

  • Box 8
    Gustav Davidson, New York, New York, to Sara Teasdale Filsinger, New York, New York,
    1917 Apr 20
    TLS, 1 p., w/env.

    concerning a magazine, The Madrigal, devoted to the publication of love lyrics and requesting a contribution

  • Box 8
    Edward J. O'Brien, Magdalen Islands, Canada, to Sara Teasdale Filsinger, New York, New York,
    1917 Apr 23
    ALS, 1 p., w/env.

    expressing gratitude for her sending "At Midnight" which he will include in The Masque of Poetsand send to The Bookman

  • Box 8
    A. Walter Kramer, New York, New York, to Sara Teasdale Filsinger, New York, New York,
    1917 Apr 30
    ALS, 2 p. on 2 l., w/env.

    revealing that he has set her poem "Swans" as a song after receiving a copy of her Rivers to the Sea

  • Box 8
    Jane Leland Clarke, Coolidge Corner, Massachusetts, to Sara Teasdale Filsinger, New York, New York,
    1917 May 4
    ALS, 4 p. on 1 l., w/env.

    requesting permission to use her poem "Deep in the Night" for a musical setting

  • Box 8
    William Frederick Bigelow, Editor, Good Housekeeping Magazine, New York, New York, to Sara Teasdale Filsinger, New York, New York,
    1917 May 10
    TLS, 1 p., w/env.

    concerning the changed version of "The Prayer of the Gardener"

  • Box 8
    Hamilton Fish Armstrong, The New Republic, New York, New York, to Sara Teasdale Filsinger, New York, New York,
    1917 May 11
    TLS, 2 p. on 1 l., w/env.

    concerning a volume he is editing entitled The Book of New York Verseand wishing to include some of Sara's poems

  • Box 8
    Frances Evans Crawford, Irvington-on Hudson, New York, New York, to Sara Teasdale Filsinger, New York, New York,
    1917 May 13
    ALS, 3 p. on 1 l., w/env.

    concerning a musical setting of her poem "Pierrot"

  • Box 8
    August L. Baug, Kenmare, North Dakota, to Sara Teasdale Filsinger, New York, New York,
    1917 June 7
    ALS, 2 p. on 2 l., w/env.

    wishing to have published the enclosed Danish translation of her poem "Rain"

  • Box 8
    Amy M. Beach, Hillsboro, New Hampshire, to Sara Teasdale Filsinger, New York, New York,
    1917 June 22
    ALS, 4 p. on 1 l., w/env.

    requesting permission to publish a musical setting for women's chorus of her poem "Dusk in June"

  • Box 8
    Joseph Jackson, Worcester, Massachusetts, to Sara Teasdale Filsinger,
    1917 June 25
    ALS, 1 p.

    requesting permission to use her poem "Helen of Troy" in a collection of poems about ancient Troy

  • Box 8
    Sadie A. Frank, Nashville, Tennessee, to Sara Teasdale Filsinger, New York, New York,
    1917 July 7
    ALS, 1 p., w/env.

    requesting permission to use her poem "Sea Longing" in a "book on modern tendencies of poetry as exhibited in the sonnet"

  • Box 8
    Edward J. Wheeler, Editor, Current Opinion, New York, New York, to Sara Teasdale Filsinger, New York, New York,
    1917 July 10
    TLS, 1 p., w/env.

    informing her that her poem-sequence "Songs Out of Sorrow" has received the highest vote in balloting of the Poetry Society of America

  • Box 8
    Blanche S. Wagstaff, New York, New York, to Sara Teasdale Filsinger, New York, New York,
    1917 July 26
    ALS, 2 p. on 1 l., w/env.

    thanking her for the letter and poem, and mentioning activities in the National League

  • Box 8
    Frank M. Beverly, Freeling, West Virginia, to Sara Teasdale Filsinger, New York, New York,
    1917 July 31
    TLS, 1 p., w/env.

    praising her poem "Tonight" and wishing to tell her about his own brand of poetry-making

  • Box 8
    Margaret W. Stevens, China, Maine, to Sara Teasdale Filsinger, New York, New York,
    1917 Aug 2
    ALS, 2 p. on 1 l., w/env.

    expressing her feelings for the poems in Rivers to the Sea, and commenting on their being "so simple and natural and real"

  • Box 8
    Winifred Russell, Gordonsville, Virginia, to Sara Teasdale Filsinger, New York, New York,
    1917 Aug 8
    ALS, 2 p. on 1 l., w/env.

    seeking help in the way of reviewing with her own verses and asking where to obtain "Songs Out of Sorrow"

  • Box 8
    C. Wharton Stork, Contemporary Verse, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, to Sara Teasdale Filsinger, New York, New York,
    1917 Aug 10
    ALS, 1 p., w/env.

    accepting her poem "Embers" and requesting material for a free ad

  • Box 8
    Jean Stansbury Holden, Tryon, North Carolina, to Sara Teasdale Filsinger,
    1917 Aug 16
    ALS, 2 p. on 1 l.

    praising her poem "Schooners" and inquiring about the names of the vessels

  • Box 8
    Aileen Cleveland Higgins, Duluth, Minnesota, to Sara Teasdale Filsinger, New York, New York,
    1917 Aug 17
    ALS, 3 p. on 1 l., w/env.

    requesting autographed volumes of Rivers to the Seato be auctioned for the American Ambulance Fund

  • Box 8
    Ralph T. Whitney, 29th Infantry Band, Camp Gaillaid, Culebra, Panama, to Editor, McClure's Magazine, New York, New York,
    1917 Sep 5
    ALS, 2 p. on 1 l.

    requesting permission to publish Sara Teasdale's poem "Tonight" set to music

  • Box 8
    Harper & Brothers, New York, New York, to Sara Teasdale Filsinger, New York, New York,
    1917 Sep 7
    TLS, 1 p., w/env.

    concerning a request for permission to publish her poem "Buried Love" with a musical setting from Miss Mima A. Taylorof Kilmarnock, Scotland

  • Box 8
    Mrs. A. R. Wilson, Christiansburg, Virginia, to The MacMillan Company, New York, New York,
    1917 Sep 11
    ALS, 1 p.

    requesting permission to use Sara Teasdale's poem "The Look" in a musical setting to be published by Harold Flammer

  • Box 8
    Harold Strong Latham, The MacMillan Company, to Sara Teasdale Filsinger,
    1917 Sep 19
    TLS, 1 p.

    concerning the September 11 letter from Mrs. A. R. Wilson

  • Box 8
    Charles Hanson Towne, McClure's Magazine, New York, New York, to Sara Teasdale Filsinger, New York, New York,
    1917 Sep 20
    TLS, 1 p., w/env.

    [concerning Ralph T. Whitney]

  • Box 8
    Charles Hanson Towne, McClure's Magazine, New York, New York, to Ralph T. Whitney, Camp Gaillaid, Culebra, Panama,
    1917 Sep 20
    TL (carbon), 1 p.

    concerning his request of September 5

  • Box 8
    John Warren Teasdale, St. Louis, Missouri, to Ernst B. Filsingerand Sara Teasdale Filsinger, New York, New York,
    1917 Oct 3
    ALS, 3 p. on 1 l., w/env.

    praising Sara's love songs and commenting that the two books [ Love Songsand The Answering Voice: One Hundred Love Lyrics by Women] are pretty, and writing family news

  • Box 8
    Henry J. Filsingerand Katherine Ernst Filsinger, St. Louis, Missouri, to Sara Teasdale Filsinger, New York, New York,
    1917 Oct 4
    ALS, 2 p. on 1 l., w/env.

    thanking her for the two books, one of love songs, the other a collection of poems by women

  • Box 8
    Theodore Roosevelt, Metropolitan, New York, New York, to Sara Teasdale Filsinger, New York, New York,
    1917 Oct 4
    TLS, 1 p., w/env.

    thanking her for the forthcoming volume and promising to read it with pleasure

  • Box 8
    Miles M. Dawson, New York, New York, to Sara Teasdale Filsinger, New York, New York,
    1917 Oct 5
    ALS, 4 p. on 1 l., w/env.

    thanking her for the two volumes [ Love Songsand The Answering Voice: One Hundred Love Lyrics by Women] and praising her own love songs as being of a higher level than the other women's verses

  • Box 8
    Joseph Kershaw, Plymouth, Massachusetts, to Sara Teasdale Filsinger, New York, New York,
    1917 Oct 5
    ALS, 1 p., w/env.

    requesting permission to use her verse "Tonight" in a musical setting

  • Box 8
    H. L. Mencken, Editor, The Smart Set, Baltimore, Maryland, to Sara Teasdale Filsinger, New York, New York,
    1917 Oct 6
    TLS, 1 p., w/env.

    thanking her for the book of lyrics, The Answering Voice: One Hundred Love Lyrics by Women

  • Box 8
    John Erskine, Columbia University, New York, New York, to Sara Teasdale Filsinger, New York, New York,
    1917 Oct 10
    ALS, 1 p., w/env.

    thanking her for the volume, Love Songs, and commenting on her "gift for pure lyric"

  • Box 8
    Fay Foster, New York, New York, to Sara Teasdale Filsinger, New York, New York,
    1917 Oct 11
    ALS, 4 p. on 1 l., w/env.

    thanking her for the book, Love Songs, and finding in it verses for songs

  • Box 8
    Terry [ ], Housatonic, Massachusetts, to Sara Teasdale Filsinger, New York, New York,
    1917 Oct 11
    ALS, 3 p. on 1 l., w/env.

    thanking her for the book of her poems, Love Songs, and commenting on its "lyric loveliness"

  • Box 8
    Padraic Colum, New York, New York, to Sara Teasdale Filsinger, New York, New York,
    1917 Nov 4
    ALS, 4 p. on 1 l., w/env.

    thanking her for the inscribed Love Songsand praising her work

  • Box 8
    Amy Lowell, Brookline, Massachusetts, to Sara Teasdale Filsinger, New York, New York,
    1917 Nov 7
    TLS, 3 p. on 3 l., w/env.

    discussing Sara's The Answering Voice: One Hundred Love Lyrics by Womenand her own Cornucopia of Red and Green Comfitsand Vachel Lindsayand his work

  • Box 8
    John Masefield, Boar's Hill, Oxford, England, to Sara Teasdale Filsinger, New York, New York,
    1917 Nov 11
    ALS, 2 p. on 1 l., w/env.

    thanking her for the charming little book, [ Love Songs]

  • Box 8
    Virginia Roderick, Associate Editor, Everybody's Magazine, New York, New York, to Sara Teasdale Filsinger, New York, New York,
    1917 Nov 22
    TLS, 1 p., w/env.

    accepting her poems "Sons" for the January issue and "When we are Happiest" for a later one

  • Box 8
    William Marion Reedy, Editor, Reedy's Mirror, St. Louis, Missouri, to Sara Teasdale Filsinger, New York, New York,
    1917 Nov 30
    TLS, 1 p., w/env.

    accepting a poem for their Christmas issue

  • Box 8
    Editor, Harper's Magazine, Harper & Brothers, New York, New York, to Sara Teasdale Filsinger, New York, New York,
    1917 Dec 1
    TLS, 1 p., w/env.

    accepting her poem "The Cup" for publication

  • Box 8
    John Masefield, Boar's Hill, Oxford, England, to Sara Teasdale Filsinger, New York, New York,
    1917 Dec 7
    ALS, 2 p. on 1 l., w/env.

    thanking her for the charming letter and gift of poems

  • Box 8
    Witter Bynner, New York, New York, to Sara Teasdale Filsinger, New York, New York,
    1917 Dec 14
    ALS, 2 p. on 1 l., w/env.

    praising her volume of poems, Love Songs, and asking if she has any war poems to possibly read at the MacDowell Center

  • Box 8
    Edward J. Wheeler, Editor, Current Opinion, New York, New York, to Sara Teasdale Filsinger, New York, New York,
    1918 Jan 5
    ALS, 1 p., w/env.

    sending her a poem by himself entitled "Sara--An Acrostic"

  • Box 8
    Frank D. Fackenthal, Columbia University, New York, New York, to Sara Teasdale Filsinger, New York, New York,
    1918 June 7
    TLS, 1 p., w/env.

    informing her of the Poetry Society of Americaaward for her volume Love Songs

  • Box 8
    Edward C. Murch, The MacMillan Company, New York, New York, to Sara Teasdale Filsinger, New York, New York,
    1918 June 8
    TLS, 1 p., w/env.

    inquiring about the possibilities of further work

  • Box 8
    Sara Teasdale Filsinger, New York, New York, to Helen Truesdell Koch, Cleveland, Ohio,
    1919 Mar 31
    ALS, 2 p. on 1 l., w/env.

    expressing gratitude for her letter and mentioning her own physical weakness

  • Box 8
    Williamina Parrish, Venezia, Italy, to Vine Colby McCasland, St. Louis, Missouri
    1919 May 13
    APCS
  • Box 8
    Sara Teasdale Filsinger, New York, New York, to Vine Colby McCasland, St. Louis, Missouri
    1922 Dec 21
    APCS
  • Box 8
    Sara Teasdale Filsingerto Vine Colby McCasland,
    [1922 Dec]
    APCS

    mentioning Sonnets to Duse and Other Poems, and asking after her family

  • Box 8
    Sara Teasdale Filsinger, New York, New York, to Barbara Crary George, Kansas City, Missouri,
    1926 May 16
    ALS, 2 p. on 1 l., w/env.

    commenting on the latter's verses and encouraging her

  • Box 8
    Edwin Arlington Robinson, Boston, Massachusetts, to Sara Teasdale Filsinger, New York, New York,
    1926 Oct 27
    ALS, 1 p., w/env.

    thanking her for her book and telling of his enjoyment in reading it

  • Box 9
    Sara Teasdale Filsinger, Brook Bend Tavern, Monterey, Massachusetts, to Vine Colby McCasland, Pasadena, California,
    1930 Aug 10
    ALS, 10 p. on 3 l.

    writing to her friend after a long interval, telling of her separation from Ernst B. Filsinger, a visit in May to Francewith Margaret Conklin, her problems since being seriously injured in a taxi-cab in March 1928, and plans for a visit to California

  • Box 9
    Susan Meriwether Boogher Bryan, Havre De Grace, Maryland, to Vine Colby McCasland, Pasadena, California,
    1930 Dec 20
    ALS, 2 p. on 1 l.

    reviving ties with her old friend

  • Box 8
    Susan Meriwether Boogher Bryan, Havre De Grace, Maryland, to Vine Colby McCasland, Pasadena, California,
    1931 Dec 21
    ALS, 6 p. on 3 l., w/env.

    exchanging family news, and mentioning Joseph Hergesheimer

  • Box 9
    Sara Teasdale Filsinger, New York, New York, to Vine Colby McCasland, Pasadena, California,
    1932 Mar 4
    ALS, 10 p. on 10 l.

    thanking her profusely for the gift of a butterfly, mentioning Jay Van Everen's praise of it, referring to her essay on Christina Rossetti, discussing Virginia Woolf, comparing the views of the Empire State Building and the Eiffel Tower, and saying she would be glad to meet Mary Ware Dennett

  • Box 9
    Sara Teasdale Filsinger, New York, New York, to Vine Colby McCasland, Pasadena, California,
    1932 Apr 15
    A & TLS, 5 p. on 3 l.

    discussing the lingering effects of the Depression on New York, and her frail physical condition and wanting to leave New York; and, mentioning Mrs. Vachel Lindsay, her own biography of Christina Rossetti, and friends

  • Box 9
    Williamina Parrish, Paris, France, to Vine Colby McCasland, Pasadena, California
    1932 June 10
    APCS
  • Box 9
    Sara Teasdale Filsinger, New York, New York, to Vine Colby McCasland, Pasadena, California,
    1932 June 23
    ALS, 7 p. on 4 l.

    discussing her decreased income, work on her essay about Christina Rossetti, and personal news

  • Box 9
    Sara Teasdale Filsinger, London, England, to Vine Colby McCasland, Pasadena, California,
    1932 Aug 21
    APCS

    mentioning meeting Christina Rossetti's two nieces

  • Box 9
    Williamina Parrish, Seville, Spain, to Vine Colby McCasland,
    1932 Oct 25
    ALS, 9 p. on 3 l.

    discussing life in Spain; and giving a personal discourse on the relationships of George Bernard Shawand Ellen Terryand Henry Irving, and comparing Terry to Eleonora Duseas an actress and lover

  • Box 9
    Williamina Parrish, Tetuan, Spanish Morocco, to Vine Colby McCasland, Pasadena, California, with ANS from Grace Parrish
    1932 Oct 31
    APCS
  • Box 9
    Williamina Parrish to Vine Colby McCasland,
    1932 Oct
    A & TL, 3 p. on 2 l., w/enclosures
  • Box 9
    Susan Meriwether Boogher Bryan, Havre De Grace, Maryland, to Vine Colby McCasland,
    1933 Jan 14
    ALS, 12 p. on 6 l.

    mentioning the latter's "Crumbs," Sarah Bernhardtand Eleonora Duse, William Marion Reedyand Tyrell Williams, and Virginia Woolf

  • Box 9
    Williamina Parrishto Vine Colby McCasland,
    1933 Mar 22
    ALS, 6 p. on 2 l., with enclosures

    expressing her feelings about the gift of the beautiful butterfly and the importance of childhood memories

  • Box 9
    Williamina Parrishto Vine Colby McCasland,
    1933 Mar 28
    ALS, 2 p. on 1 l.

    concerning some pictures of Sara Teasdale

  • Box 9
    Williamina Parrishto Vine Colby McCasland,
    1933 Apr 4
    ALS, 6 p. on 2 l.

    discussing Sara Teasdale's suicide

  • Box 9
    Mary Ware Dennettto Vine Colby McCasland,
    1933 Oct 10
    ALS, 7 p. on 7 l.

    mentioning Williamina Parrish, Martha Prentice Merwin, and Upton Sinclair

  • Box 9
    Williamina Parrish to Vine Colby McCasland,
    1933 Nov 21
    TL

    enclosing horoscope and related enclosures

  • Box 9
    Williamina Parrishto Vine Colby McCasland,
    1933 Nov 27
    TLS, 2 p. on 2 l.

    discussing Morgan McCormickand Isabel (Parrish) McCormick

  • Box 9
    Williamina Parrishto Vine Colby McCasland,
    [1933 Nov] Sunday
    TLS, 1 p., with related enclosures

    sending additional horoscope material

  • Box 9
    Williamina Parrishto Vine Colby McCasland,
    1934 Jan 8
    TLS, 3 p. on 3 l.

    remembering Sara Teasdale's death and mentioning old friends

  • Box 9
    Mamie Teasdale Whelass, New York, New York, to Vine Colby McCasland,
    1934 Jan 12
    ALS, 2 p. on 1 l.

    sending a photograph of Sara Teasdale; and, discussing Sara's wishes after her death: the Christina Rossettibook and other works remaining unpublished and keeping her life private

  • Box 9
    Susan Meriwether Boogher Bryanto Vine Colby McCasland,
    1934 May 4
    TLS, 3 p. on 3 l.

    writing news of Tyrell Williamsand Nell Niedringhaus Williamsand biographical information

  • Box 9
    Williamina Parrish, Firenze, Ferrovia, Italy, to Vine Colby McCasland, Pasadena, California
    1934 Aug 28
    APCS
  • Box 9
    Mary D. Harris, Lincoln, Nebraska, to "My Gallant Potters, " St. Louis, Missouri,
    n.y. June 24
    ALS, 6 p. on 2 l.

    writing family news and mentioning Celia [E. Harris]

  • Box 9
    Celia E. Harris, Lincoln, Nebraska, to Williamina Parrish, St. Louis, Missouri,
    n.y. Aug 10
    ALS, 3 p. on 1 l.

    mentioning Vine Colby, Petronelle Sombart, Edna "Ned" Wahlert, and Edith Wyatt

  • Box 9
    Sara Teasdaleto Vine Colby
    n.y. [Dec]
    APCS
  • Box 9
    Sara Teasdaleto Vine Colby
    n.y. [Dec]
    ANS
  • Box 9
    Celia E. Harris, Lincoln, Nebraska, to Williamina Parrish, St. Louis, Missouri,
    n.d. Monday
    ALS, 3 p. on 1 l.

    mentioning Caroline Risque, Vine Colby, and briefly describing her life in Lincoln

  • Box 9
    [Mary D. Harris], Mercy Hospital, to "My dear Potters, "
    n.d. Tuesday
    AL, 6 p. on 2 l.

    describing the pleasure that the Potter's Wheelsbrings her and others, mentioning Celia E. Harris' convalescence, with ANS from Celia, mentioning her own and Sara Teasdale's illnesses

  • Box 9
    Vine Colbyto [Williamina Parrish]
    n.d.
    ANS, 2 p. on 1 l.
  • Box 9
    Vine Colbyto Williamina Parrish,
    n.d.
    ALS, 1 p.

    ordering photographs

  • Box 9
    Mary D. Harristo [the Potters],
    n.d.
    ALS (fragment), 3 p. on 1 l.

    acknowledging the photographs of Celia E. Harris

  • Box 9
    Williamina Parrish(and Grace Parrish), Paris, France, to Vine Colby
    n.d.
    APCS
  • Box 9
    "Guglielmina" [Williamina Parrish]ti "Signorina Vino" [Vine Colby]
    n.d.
    ANS
  • Box 9
    Sara Teasdale, Oxford, England, to Vine Colby
    n.d.
    APCS
  • Box 9
    Sara Teasdaleto Vine Colby,
    n.d.
    APCS

    from an "enchanting old place"

PHOTOGRAPHS
  • Box 9
    Photograph of Sara Teasdaleand her mother, Mary Elizabeth Willard Teasdale
    1888
    Sepia
  • Box 9
    Photographs of Vine Colbyposing nude on the beach at Charlevoix, Michigan, taken by Williamina Parrish
    ca. 1905
    35 items
  • Box 9
    Photographs of Mary Elizabeth Willard Teasdale
    1907, n.d.
    2 items
  • Box 9
    Photographs of Marion Cummings Stanleyand Sara Teasdale
    1908-1909
    8 items
  • Box 9
    Photograph of the Teasdale family home, signed on back "For mamma from Sara"
    1910 June
    1 item
  • Box 9
    Photograph of John Warren Teasdale
    n.d.
    1 item
MISCELLANEOUS
  • Box 9
    Greek Ethics Clubre the fourth session topic, "Little Dorrit"
    1904 Dec 9
    PC
  • Box 9
    State Historical Society of Missouricirculars sent to Sara Teasdale
    1908 Sep 4
    Circulars
  • Box 9
    Program for "Whitsuntide, Ye Comet's Tail," a play by Williamina Parrishand Vine Colby
    1908 Sep 23
    Printed
  • Box 9
    "The Broader Field of Art," The Modern View, by F. E. A. Curley, re Potterswork in exhibit at St. Louis Museum of Fine Arts
    1908 Sep
    Printed
  • Box 9
    Invitation to the Dinner of the Poetry Society of Americaand the National Arts Club
    1910 Dec 14
    Printed
  • Box 9
    Form letter inviting recipient to become an active member of the Poetry Society of America
    1910 Dec 23
    Printed
  • Box 9
    The Poetry Society of Americaannouncement of the next meeting, signed by Jessie Belle Rittenhouse
    1911 Jan 21
    Printed
  • Box 9
    The Poetry Society of Americaannouncement of the next meeting
    1911 Dec
    Printed
  • Box 9
    Index of Seats for the Dinner of the Poetry Society of Americaand the National Arts Club, with AN by Sara Teasdaleabout the people she met
    1912 Jan 23
    Printed
  • Box 9
    Acceptance of poems by Sara Teasdalefrom J. B. Lippincott Company, with AN listing "To One Away" and "Two Friends"
    1912 June 4
    Printed
  • Box 9
    Request for permission to publish a song, "Pierrot," with words by Sara Teasdalefrom G. Schirmer
    1912 Aug 29
    Printed
  • Box 9
    Acceptances of poems by Sara Teasdalefrom The Smart Set, with type listing "Sea Longing" and "Broadway"
    1912 Dec 26
    Printed
  • Box 9
    Payment for serial rights for poems by Sara Teasdalefrom Charles Scribner's Sons, with type listing "Sappho" and "The River"
    1913 Jan 27
    Printed
  • Box 9
    Index of Seats for the Annual Dinner of the Poetry Society of America, with ANS from Louis Untermeyer
    1913 Jan 28
    Printed
  • Box 9
    The Poetry Society of AmericaMinutes
    1913 Dec 22
    Printed
  • Box 9
    Index of Seats for the Annual Dinner of the Poetry Society of America
    1914 Jan 28
    Printed
  • Box 9
    Calling card of "Mrs. Ernst B. Filsinger" with announcement of the reading of her [ Sara Teasdale Filsinger] poems by Mr. Filsinger (in her hand)
    post 1914
    AN
  • Box 9
    Acceptance of poem by Sara Teasdalefrom The Bellmanwith type listing "Spring in War-Time"
    1915 Apr 6
    Printed
  • Box 9
    Regret of poem by Sara Teasdalefrom The Frank A. MunseyCompany, w/ANS listing "Chance" as being accepted
    1915 Apr 12
    Printed
  • Box 9
    Announcements of publication of Rivers to the Seaby Sara Teasdale
    1915 Oct
    Printed
  • Box 9
    Announcement of publication of Anthology of Magazine Verseby William Stanley Braithwaite
    1915
    Printed
  • Box 9
    Index of Seats for the Annual Dinner of the Poetry Society of America
    1916 Jan 25
    Printed
  • Box 9
    Acceptance of poem by Sara Teasdalefrom The Bellman, with type listing "After Death"
    1916 Jan 28
    Printed
  • Box 9
    Publication material on Rivers to the Seaby Sara Teasdale, compiled by Philip Roeder Book and Stationery Company
    1916 Apr 15
    Printed
  • Box 9
    "The Sentimentalist," The Smart Set, by Sara Teasdale
    1916 Apr
    Printed 4 p.
  • Box 9
    Acceptance of poem by Sara Teasdalefrom The Bellmanwith type listing "Remembered Beauty"
    1916 May 19
    Printed
  • Box 9
    The Poetry Society of AmericaBulletin
    1916 May
    Printed, 8 p.
  • Box 9
    The Poetry Society of AmericaBulletin
    1917 May
    Printed, 8 p.
  • Box 10
    Acceptance of poem by Sara Teasdalefrom The Bellmanwith type listing "In a Burying Ground"
    1917 July 23
    Printed
  • Box 10
    The Bang, a weekly publication by editor Alexander Harvey
    1917 Nov 5
    Printed 8 p.
  • Box 10
    Index of Seats for the Annual Dinner of the Poetry Society of America
    1918 Jan 31
    Printed
  • Box 10
    "The Story of an American Publishing House," a pamphlet re The MacMillan Company
    1918
    Printed
  • Box 10
    Index of Seats for the Annual Dinner of the Poetry Society of America
    1919 Jan 30
    Printed
  • Box 10
    Invitation to a tea with the Potters, written and drawn in water color
    n.y. Aug 20
    ANS
BOUND VOLUMES
  • Box 10
    "The Potter's Wheel," critique of Volume II, Number II, December, by Williamina Parrish, Sara Teasdale, and Edna Wahlert
    1906
    AMsS
  • Box 10
    Scrapbook (Book I) kept by Sara Teasdale, which includes poems, reviews, letters, and other memorabilia about her and her work
    1907-1910
    Bound Volume
  • Box 10
    "Ye Comet's Tail," a tragedy in three acts by Williamina Parrishand Vine Colby, including typescript and photographs, made into a book by W. P. for V. C. in 1933, with fragment ANS from Sara Teasdalein front cover
    1908
    Bound Voume
  • Box 10
    Autograph Book owned by Sara Teasdale Filsinger, with 35 pages of poetry by Margaret Conklinon verso
    1931 Oct 17
    Bound Volume
  • Box 10
    "Crumbs" by Vine Colby McCasland, a booklet of random thoughts presented to Mary Ware Dennett
    1932 May
    TMs
  • Box 10
    "Plums (alias Prunes)" Williamina Parrish, a booklet of random thoughts presented to Vine Colby McCasland
    1933
    TMs
  • Box 10
    "The Pottersby W. and G. Parrish/ for Aunt Rose"
    n.d.
    Photograph Album
  • Box 10
    "The Potters. Portraits by W. and G. Parrish, Saint Louis"
    n.d.
    Photograph Album
MEMORABILIA
  • Baby ring given to Inez Dutro George's baby, Barbara George, by Sara Teasdale
    1908
    1 item
  • Rosary of olive stones brought by Sara Teasdalefrom the Holy Lands and given to Williamina Parrish
    n.d.
    1 item
OVERSIZE
  • Slipcase I
    "The Potter's Wheel," Volume I, Number VI, including an ALS, March 16, 1905, from Sara Teasdale, Cairo, Egypt, to "My dear Fellow Potters"
    1905 Apr
    Bound Volume
  • Slipcase I
    "The Potter's Wheel," Volume I, Number XI, including "Heart and Soul," "The Pet Bird," and "Sonnet" by Sara Teasdale
    1905 Sep
    Bound Volume
  • Slipcase II
    "The Potter's Wheel," Volume II, Number II, including "Triolets," "To Joy A Sonnet," and "Dedication" by Sara Teasdale
    1905 Dec
    Bound Volume
  • Slipcase II
    "The Potter's Wheel," Volume II, Number V, including "Sonnets to Pictures of Eleonora Duse" and "A Fable" by Sara Teasdale
    1906 Mar
    Bound Volume
  • Slipcase II
    "The Potter's Wheel," Volume X, Number II, including "To Sappho" and "Unto the Third and Fourth Generation" by Sara Teasdale
    1906 Aug
    Bound Volume
  • Slipcase II
    "The Potters' Wheel," including "The Lonely Road" and "To W. P. with a Book of Celtic Verse" by Sara Teasdale
    1907 Feb
    Bound Volume
  • Slipcase II
    "The Potters' Log," kept by Vine Colby, Scribe for the group, from October 13, 1905 to October 14, 1906. The Log contains the records entered by Vine and pencil sketches by Caroline Risque. Also included is an "Index to the Tricks, Manners and Opinions of the Potters. "
    1905-1906
    Bound Volume
  • Slipcase II
    "The Potters' Log," kept by Vine Colby, Scribe for the group, from January 1 to ca. July, 1907. Included with the records are photographs of the Potters, invitations and place-cards, clippings, programs, and other memorabilia. There are also letters from Susan Creighton Williams(January 3, 1907 and n.d.)
    1907
    Bound Volume
  • Loose Volume
    Scrapbook (Book II) kept by Sara Teasdale, which includes poems, reviews, letters, and other memorabilia about her and her work
    1910-1915
    Bound Volume
  • Loose Volume
    Scrapbook (Book III) kept by Sara Teasdale, which includes poems, reviews, letters, and other memorabilia about her and her work
    1915-1917
    Bound Volume
  • Loose Volume
    Scrapbook (Book IV) kept by Sara Teasdale, which includes poems, reviews, letters, and other memorabilia about her and her work
    1917-1919
    Bound Volume

Significant Persons Associated With the Collection

  • (Ferdinand Earle)
  • (Ferdinand Earle?)
  • (Sara Teasdale)
  • (Williamina Parrish
  • A. R. Wilson
  • A. S. Berghauser
  • A. Walter Kramer
  • A.D. Kerry
  • Ada Foster Murray Alden
  • Adelaide Forshaw
  • Adelia C. Arens
  • Agnes Freer
  • Agnes M. Schulenberg
  • Aileen Cleveland Higgins
  • Albert Victor Young
  • Alexander Harvey
  • Alexander N. DeMenil
  • Alfred Edward Housman
  • Alfred Noyes
  • Algernon Charles Swinburne
  • Alice B. Long
  • Alice C. Henderson
  • Alice Carter Butler
  • Alice Evelyn Watson
  • Alice Reber Fish
  • Allen Dale Smith, Jr.
  • Amy Lowell
  • Amy M. Beach
  • Anita Bartle Brackenbury
  • Anna Branch
  • Anna Catherine Murphy Markham
  • Anna Hinrichs
  • Anna L. Moss
  • Arthur B. Maurice
  • Arthur Guiterman
  • Arthur Hornblow
  • Arthur Symons
  • August L. Baug
  • B. Russell Herts
  • Barbara Crary George
  • Barbara George
  • Bart B. Howard
  • Blanche M. Blake
  • Blanche S. Wagstaff
  • Blanche Shoemaker Wagstaff
  • Bliss Carman
  • Bruce M. Stanley
  • Burton E. Stevenson
  • C. Wharton Stork
  • C. Whitney Coombs
  • Cale Young Rice
  • Campbell Mason
  • Carl Busch
  • Carl Hahn
  • Carl Vrooman
  • Carman Bliss
  • Caroline Risque
  • Caroline White McKinney
  • Carrie Bullard Lewis
  • Cecile Barnes
  • Cedric W. Lemont
  • Celia E. Harris
  • Celia Ellen Harris
  • Celia Ellen Harris
  • Celia Harris
  • Celia [E. Harris]
  • Charles E. Howson
  • Charles E. Rush
  • Charles E. Savage
  • Charles Gallup
  • Charles Hanson Towne
  • Charlotte V. Butterfield
  • Chen E. Cory
  • Christina Rossetti
  • Clara K. Wellman
  • Clara Root Farr
  • Clayton Hamilton
  • Clifton B. Bull
  • Conrad Aiken
  • Cora E. Large
  • Curtis Hidden Page
  • Dorothy Colby
  • Dorothy Furman
  • Douglas Malloch
  • Dugald Stewart Walker
  • E. H. Anderson
  • E[leanora] D[use]
  • Edgar Lee Masters
  • Edith Lobdell
  • Edith M. Thomas
  • Edith Thomas
  • Edith Wyatt
  • Edmund Clarence Stedman
  • Edmund R. Brown
  • Edna "Ned" Wahlert
  • Edna St. Vincent Millay
  • Edna Wahlert
  • Edward Bliss Reed
  • Edward C. Murch
  • Edward J. O'Brien
  • Edward J. Wheeler
  • Edward Joseph O'Brien
  • Edward L. B. Howard
  • Edward L. Preetorius
  • Edwin Arlington Robinson
  • Edwin Markham
  • Eleanora Duse
  • Eleonora Duse
  • Elizabeth Barrett Browning
  • Elizabeth Cutting
  • Elizabeth K. Mew
  • Elizabeth M. Brown
  • Elizabeth McCracken
  • Elizabeth Waddell
  • Elizabeth van R. Lemont
  • Ella M. Kricklaus
  • Ella Wheeler Wilcox
  • Ella Wheeler Willcox
  • Ellen Terry
  • Elsa Barker
  • Elsie Jade Hawson
  • Embers McG[ ], Jackson
  • Emily Dickinson
  • Ernest B. Filsinger
  • Ernest R. Kroeger
  • Ernst B. Filsinger
  • Ethel M. Kelly
  • Ethel Peyser
  • Eugene MacDonald Bonner
  • Eunice Tietjens
  • Ezra Pound
  • F. Dewey Richards
  • F. E. A. Curley
  • Fannie L. Richey
  • Fannie Stearns Davis
  • Fay Foster
  • Ferris Greenslet
  • Florence H. Perin
  • Frances Evans Crawford
  • Frances Joseph
  • Frances M. Weir
  • Frances S. Porcher
  • Frances S. Porcher
  • Francis Grierson
  • Frank D. Fackenthal
  • Frank George
  • Frank Howard Warner
  • Frank K. Hallack
  • Frank M. Beverly
  • Fred R. Macauley
  • Frederick Hoppin Nowland
  • Frederick Jacobi
  • Frederick M. Steele
  • Frederick Oakes Sylvester
  • G. K. Chesterton
  • G. Schirmer
  • George Bernard Shaw
  • George Buchanan Fife
  • George M. Whicher
  • George S. Johns
  • George Sterling
  • George Sylvester Viereck
  • George W. Teasdale
  • Gertrude Cate
  • Gertrude Cawein
  • Gertrude M. Richards
  • Gertrude Stein
  • Gilderoy Scott
  • Girard Blair
  • Gordon Balch Nevin
  • Grace Clarke Pierce
  • Grace Dawson
  • Grace Hazard Conkling
  • Grace L. Dawson
  • Grace Parrish
  • Guiseppe Masi
  • Gustav Davidson
  • H. Alexander Matthews
  • H. L. Mencken
  • H. Nelson Gay
  • Hamilton Fish Armstrong
  • Harold Flammer
  • Harold Strong Latham
  • Harold Vincent Milligan
  • Harper & Brothers
  • Harriet Monroe
  • Harris Merton Lyon
  • Haviland Wessells
  • Helen Bullis
  • Helen Bullis Kizer
  • Helen S. Livingstone
  • Helen Truesdell Koch
  • Henry A. Bellows
  • Henry Adams Bellows
  • Henry Gray Glover
  • Henry Irving
  • Henry J. Filsinger
  • Henry Mills Alden
  • Henry Van Dyke
  • Henry Wellington Wack
  • Herma N. Clark
  • Hermina Earnest
  • Hilda Conkling
  • Homer Croy
  • Horace Johnson
  • Hortense Flexner
  • Howes Norris, Jr.
  • Idress Head
  • Ines Macaulay
  • Inez (Dutro) George
  • Inez Dutro George
  • Irwin L. Wheeler
  • Isabel (Parrish) McCormick
  • Isabel Underhill
  • J. W. Cunliffe
  • J.P. Greene
  • Jacqueline Hendrick Hoyt
  • James Bird
  • Jane Burr
  • Jane Leland Clarke
  • Jay Van Everen
  • Jean Stansbury Holden
  • Jean Untermeyer
  • Jenkin Lloyd Jones
  • Jennie M.A. Jones
  • Jerome A. Quay
  • Jesse R[ittenhouse]
  • Jessie Belle Rittenhouse
  • Jessie Belle Rittenhouse
  • Jessie Johnston Linton
  • Jessie T. Pease
  • Joan A. Rae
  • John Alden Carpenter
  • John Banister Tabb
  • John Curtis Underwood
  • John Erskine
  • John G. Neihardt
  • John Gould Fletcher
  • John Hall Wheelock
  • John Keats
  • John L. Hervey
  • John Masefield
  • John Myers O'Hara
  • John Sanburn Phillips
  • John Shea
  • John Stapleton Cowley
  • John Warren Teasdale
  • Joseph B. Gilder
  • Joseph Benson Gilder
  • Joseph Hergesheimer
  • Joseph Jackson
  • Joseph Kershaw
  • Joseph Plunkett
  • Josephine Hilty Abramson
  • Josephine McGill
  • Josephine Peabody
  • Josephine Preston Peabody
  • Josie Grevé Oppenheim
  • Joyce Kilmer
  • Julia Ditto Young
  • Julia G. Scott
  • Julia Marlowe
  • Julia Marlowe Sothern
  • Julia Pauline Leavens
  • Julia R. Tutwiler
  • Julia Scott Vrooman
  • Julius Kranz
  • Katharine Howard
  • Katherine Ernst Filsinger
  • Kendall Banning
  • L. Camilieri
  • Laura A. Proetz
  • Laurence J. Gomme
  • Lawrence Gilman
  • Lawrence Hanley
  • Lee B. Hildebrand
  • Lee Shippey
  • Leonard D. Abbott
  • Leopold Godowsky
  • Lillie Rose Ernst
  • Lily S. Anthony
  • Louis Albert Lamb
  • Louis H. Behrens
  • Louis Untermeyer
  • Louise Ayres Garnett
  • Louise Holdren Anderson
  • Louise McNair
  • Lucia Sloan Hopkins
  • Luella Ohusted Burnham
  • M. Augusta Bailey
  • M. S. O'Donnell
  • Madison Cawein
  • Magda Decker
  • Maggie W. Barry
  • Mamie Teasdale Whelass
  • Mamie Teasdale Wheless
  • Margaret Conklin
  • Margaret Elizabeth Willard Teasdale
  • Margaret Fuller
  • Margaret Scott Lawler
  • Margaret W. Stevens
  • Margaret Widdemer
  • Marguerite Wilkinson
  • Marie DuBois McCormack
  • Marie Isabel Miller
  • Marion Cummings Stanley
  • Martha Emma Watts
  • Martha Foote Crow
  • Martha Prentice Merwin
  • Mary Blue
  • Mary C. Burke
  • Mary C. Day
  • Mary D. Harris
  • Mary Elizabeth Willard Teasdale
  • Mary Elizabeth Willard Teasdale
  • Mary F. Raphael
  • Mary James
  • Mary S. Wright
  • Mary Ware Dennett
  • Maude Haben Luck
  • Max Eastman
  • May Massee
  • May W. Dorman
  • Merle St. Croix Wright
  • Michael Monahan
  • Miles Dawson
  • Miles M. Dawson
  • Mima A. Taylor
  • Mitchell Kennerley
  • Morgan McCormick
  • Nadaud
  • Nana Wilcox Putnam
  • Nancy K. [Coonsman]
  • Natalie Bigelow
  • Nathan Haskell Dole
  • Nell Niedringhaus Williams
  • O. W. Firkins
  • Olga Nethersole
  • Olive Ruby Hammon
  • Oliver H. Campbell
  • Orrick Johns
  • Orrick S. Johns
  • Oscar Leonard
  • Oswald Rimmer
  • Padraic Colum
  • Padraic Pearse
  • Patience Worth
  • Paul A. Schmitt
  • Paul E. More
  • Paul Janis
  • Paul L. Benjamin
  • Paul Y. Tupper
  • Percy Lee Atherton
  • Percy MacKaye
  • Percy Mackaye
  • Petronelle Sombart
  • Pinkie D. McGrew
  • R. Huntington Woodman
  • R.E. Lee Gibson
  • Ralph T. Whitney
  • Ray Werner
  • Richard Le Galliene
  • Richard LeGallienne
  • Robert Bridges
  • Robert Browning
  • Robert F. Walker
  • Robert Frost
  • Robert Gilbert Welsh
  • Robert Sterling Yard
  • Robert Underwood Johnson
  • Robert W. Wilkes
  • Rosalie Day
  • Rosalie L. Hausmann
  • Royal Dixon
  • Rudolph Altrocchi
  • Rudolph Rieder
  • Rudyard Kipling
  • Rufus Rockwell Wilson
  • Rupert Henry Whitcomb
  • Ruth Guthrie Harding
  • S.T. Newton
  • S[olomon?] L[eopold?] Millard Rosenberg
  • Sadie A. Frank
  • Salomon de la Selva
  • Sappho
  • Sara Teasdale
  • Sara Teasdale Filsinger
  • Sara Teasdale Filsinger
  • Sara Teasdale's verses
  • Sara Teasdale,
  • Sara Tesdale
  • Sarah Bernhardt
  • Sidney Fane
  • Sidney Hosmer
  • Sidney Rogers Cook
  • Stephen Vincent Benet
  • Stuart Walker
  • Susan Creighton Williams
  • Susan Meriwether Boogher Bryan
  • Susie Willis
  • Temple Scott
  • Thekla Bernays
  • Theodore Dreiser
  • Theodore Roosevelt
  • Theodosia (Garrison) Faulks
  • Theodosia Garrison
  • Theodosia Garrison Faulks
  • Thomas Augustine Daly
  • Thomas B. Mosher
  • Thomas C. Clark
  • Thomas MacDonagh
  • Timothy Spelman
  • Tyrell Williams
  • Upton Sinclair
  • Vachel Lindsay
  • Vine (Colby) McCasland
  • Vine Colby
  • Vine Colby McCasland
  • Vine Colby McCasland
  • Vine Colby McCasland
  • Virginia Roderick
  • Virginia Woolf
  • W. F. Melton
  • W. J. Marsh
  • W. K. Kelsey
  • W. W. Tulloch
  • Walter de la Mare
  • Wilbur L. Cross
  • Wilfred Funk
  • Will J. Thornton
  • Willa Sibert Cather
  • Willard H. Wright
  • Willard Huntington Wright
  • William Arms Fisher
  • William Butler Yeats
  • William Faversham
  • William Frederick Bigelow
  • William H. Gardner
  • William H. Hills
  • William J. Matheson
  • William Marion Reedy
  • William Rose Benet
  • William Stanley Braithwaite
  • William Stanley Braithwaite
  • William Withenow, Jr.
  • Williamina Parrish
  • Williamina Parrish
  • Winifred Russell
  • Witter Bynner
  • Zella Estelle Leighton
  • Zoe Aikin
  • Zoe Akins
  • Zoe [Akin]
  • [Alfred] Noyes
  • [Jessie Belle] Rittenhouse
  • [John Myers O'Hara]
  • [Mary D. Harris]
  • [Sara Teadale Filsinger]
  • [Sara Teasdale]
  • [Vine Colby]
  • [Williamina Parrish]

Significant Places Associated With the Collection

  • Aberdeen, Scotland
  • California
  • Carmel
  • Charlevoix
  • Charlevoix, Michigan
  • Dublin
  • Europe
  • France
  • Holy Land
  • Lincoln
  • London
  • Missouri
  • New York
  • Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
  • Pine Lake
  • Rome, Italy
  • Snows Garden
  • Spain
  • St. Louis
  • Traverse Bay
  • Tucson
  • Tucson, Arizona