A Guide to the William Stanley Braithwaite Papers Braithwaite, William Stanley. 8990-b

A Guide to the William Stanley Braithwaite Papers

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Collection Number
8990-b
Title
William Stanley Braithwaite Papers 1882-1970
Extent
7 ft.
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Location
Language
English

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Acquisition Information

Gift, 1985 Jul 3

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


Biography

BIOGRAPHICAL CHRONOLOGY OF WILLIAM STANLEY BRAITHWAITE

1875 Marriage of William Stanley Braithwaite's parents Emma DeWolfe (1860-1928)and William Smith Braithwaite (1853-1886)
1876 Birth of William Stanley Braithwaite's sister, Eva Braithwaite
1878 Birth of William Stanley Braithwaitein Boston, Massachusettson 6 December
1885 Birth of a sister; she dies in 1894
1886 Death of William Stanley Braithwaite's father
1889 Map of Europedrawn by William Stanley Braithwaiteis exhibited at the Parisfair
1890 William Stanley Braithwaite, age 12, obtains first job (selling newspapers in Boston)
1898 William Stanley Braithwaitemanages a Newport, Rhode Islandbookstore
1901 Publishes first novel, The Canadian, A Novel
1903 Marries Emma Kellyon 30 June; seven children: Fiona Lydia Rossetti Braithwaite(Mrs. Merrill Carter), Katherine Keats Braithwaite(Mrs. William J. Arnold), William Stanley Braithwaite, Jr., Edith Carman Braithwaite(Mrs. Agard), Paul Ledoux Braithwaite, Arnold DeWolfe Braithwaite, Francis Robinson Braithwaite
1904 Publishes Lyrics of Life and Love
1906 Edits The Book of Elizabethan Verse; elected to the Boston Author's Clubwith the support of Thomas Wentworth Higginsonand Julia Ward Howe; begins writing for the Boston Evening Transcripton 14 February; he reviews American poetry and poets and writes essays
1907 William Stanley Braithwaitepoem "White Magic", honoring John Greenleaf Whittier, is read by Braithwaite at Faneuil Hall, Boston, Massachusettson 17 December
1908 Publishes The House of Falling Leaves; writes an essay introduction for The Wounded Eros: Sonnetsby Charles Gibson
1909 Publishes poem "Sandy Star" in the July issue of Atlantic Monthly; also edits The Book of Georgian Verse
1909-1910 Plans "The Book of Victorian Verse"but it is never published
1910 Edits The Book of Restoration Verse
1912-1914 Sporadically publishes and edits Poetry Journaluntil it is taken over by others
1913-1929 Edits Anthology of Magazine Verse and Yearbook of American Poetry For The Year . . .until 1929
1915 William Stanley Braithwaitepoem "The Mystery" is published in the October issue of Scribners; literary criticism by Braithwaite is published in The Poetry Journal, "Poetry of The Public"; he organizes the New England Poetry Clubwith Edward J. O'Brien
1916 Edits Representative American Poetrywith Henry Thomas Schittkind; also edits The Poetic Year For 1916and The Poets of The Future: A College Anthology of 1915/16
1916-1917 Edits The Stratford Monthlywith Henry Thomas Schnittkind
1917 Plans a book, "The Seven Wisdoms of Grainne"but does not complete it; accepts honorary membership in Alpha Phi Alpha fraternity
1918 Awarded the Spingarn Medal, First Baptist Church, Providence, Rhode Island, during a meeting of the National Association For The Advancement of Colored People(NAACP) on 3 May for "distinguished achievement in literature"; edits The Golden Treasury of Magazine Verse; awarded an honorary A. M. (Masters) degree from Atlanta Universityfor his poetry and a Litt.D. from Talladega College; writes introduction to The Heart of A Woman And Other Poemsby Georgia D. Johnson
1919 Publishes The Story of The Great War; edits Victory! Celebrated By Thirty-eight American Poets; literary criticism published in The Crisis, "Some Contemporary Poets of The Negro Race"; edits The Book of Modern British Verse
1920 Publishes Our Essayists And Critics Today
1921 Writes introduction to The Beggars' Visionby Brookes More; publishes poetry volume, A Tale Of A Walled Town And Other Verses
1921-1927 Founds and becomes editor-in-chief of B. J. Brimmer Publishing Companywith Winifred Jacksonas a partner and company treasurer; she buys the company in 1925, the same year of its bankruptcy(?) (Several documents in the collection indicate the company may have remained solvent until 1929.)
1922 William Stanley Braithwaiteedits Anthology of Massachusetts Poets; B. J. Brimmerpublishes Bronze: A Book of Verseby Georgia Douglas Johnson
1924 B. J. Brimmerpublishes Confusionby James Gould Cozzens; William Stanley Braithwaitepublishes "The New Negro In Literature" in The Crisis, and, Going Over Tindal, A Novel
1928 Death of William Stanley Braithwaite's mother; he publishes a book of stories, Frost On The Green Leaf
1931 Edits Our Lady's Choir: A Contemporary Anthology of Verses By Catholic Sisters
1934 Literary criticism, "The Novels of Jessie Faust," published in Opportunity
1934-1935 Appointed Professor of Creative Literature at Atlanta University; retires in 1945
1935 Alan F. Peterof the Poetry Digest Associationplans a 1935 issue of Anthology of Magazine Verseand offers William Stanley Braithwaitethe opportunity of providing editorial assistance
1936 William Stanley Braithwaitewrites introduction to We Lift Our Voices And Other Poemsby Mae V. Cowdery
1937 Sterling Brown, in Negro Poetry & Drama, praises William Stanley Braithwaiteas a poetry critic
1938 William Stanley Braithwaiteserves on a program committee for the Association of Teachers of English in Negro Colleges(later The College Language Association)
1939 Death of William Stanley Braithwaite's paternal uncle, Edward John Braithwaite, age 85, in September
1940 William Stanley Braithwaitepublishes The Years Between 1918-39and Poems, New and Selected
1941-1942 William Stanley Braithwaite's autobiography, "The House Under Acturus"is serialized in five installments in Phylonduring 1942; it tells the story of his life up to the publication of his first book of poems in 1904
1942 An M. A. thesis by Alma Westine Stoneof Atlanta Universityexamines William Stanley Braithwaite's career
1945 Retires from Atlanta Universityand moves to Harlem, New York City
1947 Publishes an article in Negro Digest, "Negro America's First Magazine"
1948 Publishes Selected Poems
1950 Publishes The Bewitched Parsonage: The Story of The Brontes
1956 Interviewed by Columbia University's Oral History Research Officefrom May to June: "The Reminiscences of William S. Braithwaite"
1957 Literary criticism published in Phylon, "Alain Locke's Relationship To The Negro In American Literature"; death of William Stanley Braithwaite's brother Arthur on 24 September
1958 Co-edits 1958 Anthology of Magazine Versewith Margaret Carpenter, a Norfolk, Virginia, poet and admirer; it includes a selection of poetry from the previous anthologies; William Stanley Braithwaite's efforts are hampered by his failing eyesight
1959 An American Poetry Societydinner is held in William Stanley Braithwaite's honor in New York City; he writes the preface to A Voice In Ramah: Poemsby Marion Buchman
1962 Death of William Stanley Braithwaite, age 83, on 8 June in New York City; funeral held on 12 June

Container List

SERIES I: MANUSCRIPTS OF WILLIAM STANLEY BRAITHWAITE
  • Box 1
    "Another Year of American Poetry In Review" (Boston Evening Transcript)
    1912, 1918, 1924
  • Box 1
    Anthology of Massachusetts Poets: Letters and related items
    1922 & 1930
  • Box 1
    The Bewitched Parsonage: The Story of The Brontes-- title pages, contents, and photograph
    ca. 1950
  • Box 1
    The Book of Elizabethan Verse: Letters and related items
    1906-1907, 1910 & 1935
  • Box 1
    The Book of Georgian Verse: Letters
    1908-1909
  • Box 1
    The Book of Modern British Verse: Miscellaneous Manuscripts
    ca. 1919
  • Box 1
    "The Book of Victorian Verse": Permissions to quote
    1909-1910
  • Box 1
    "The Book of Victorian Verse": typed manuscript
    n.d.
  • Box 1
    Book Reviews by William Stanley Braithwaite
    n.d.
    2 folders
  • Box 1
    Criticism, Essays and Reviews
    1912, 1916, 1929, 1934, 1947
  • Box 1
    The Golden Treasury of Magazine Verse: Applications for permission to publish
    1918
  • Box 1
    The Golden Treasury of Magazine Verse: Galley Proof
    1918
  • Box 1
    The House of Falling Leaves: Letters to William Stanley Braithwaite
    1907-1908 & 1909
  • Box 1
    Journal of American Poetry: The Poetry Weekly--Galley Proofs
    1928 July
  • Box 1
    "Letters In New England"-- William Stanley Braithwaitelecture?
    n.d.
  • Box 1
    Lyrics of Life and Love: Letters to William Stanley Braithwaite
    1897, 1904-1905 & 1911
  • Box 1
    "Manuscript Record for 1911"
    1911
  • Box 1
    Miscellaneous Manuscripts of William Stanley Braithwaite
    1887-1933, n.d.
  • Box 2
    Miscellaneous Manuscripts of William Stanley Braithwaite
    n.d.
  • Box 2
    Our Lady's Choir: A Contemporary Anthology of Verse By Catholic Sisters: carbons of poems w/related items
    1932
  • Box 2
    "The Poems Of The Month"
    1921 & n.d.
  • Box 2
    The Poetic year 1916: A Critical Anthology--permissions to publish poems
    1917
  • Box 2
    Poems of William Stanley Braithwaite?
    1907, 1932-1959
  • Box 2
    Proposed Books by William Stanley Braithwaite
    1910, 1921-1933
  • Box 2
    Sandy Star: A Book Of Poems--Advertisements and Lithographs for limited autograph editions
    ca. 1928
  • Box 2
    The Reminiscences of William S. Braithwaite, Columbia University, Oral History Research Office, pp. 1-209
    1956 May-June
    TMs, 2 folders
  • Box 2
    The Reminiscences of William S. Braithwaite, Columbia University, Oral History Research Office, pp. 1-233
    1956 May-June
    TMs(carbons), 2 folders
  • Box 3
    Scrapbook of William Stanley Braithwaite, w/clippings of his essays and reviews
    1907-1917
  • Box 3
    Materials removed from William Stanley Braithwaite's scrapbook re his essays and reviews
    1907-1917
  • Box 3
    The Story of The Great War: Royalty Reports
    1919, 1923-1935
  • Box 3
    Walt WhitmanTribute by William Stanley Braithwaite: Letters w/related items
    1919
SERIES II: ANTHOLOGY OF MAGAZINE VERSE
  • Box 3
    Anthologies: Letters and related papers
    1904-1912
  • Box 3
    Anthology/Book Materials
    1925-1928
  • Box 3
    Anthology of Magazine Verse: Poems reviewed by William Stanley Braithwaitefor possible inclusion
    1911-1938, n.d.
    3 folders
  • Box 4
    Anthology of Magazine Verse: Poems reviewed by William Stanley Braithwaitefor possible inclusion
    n.d.
  • Box 4
    Anthology of Magazine Verse: Correspondence and related items
    1912-1936
  • Box 4
    Anthology of Magazine Verse: Correspondence
    1914-1929, n.d.
    2 folders
  • Box 4
    Anthology of Magazine Verse: Unbound Pages
    1913
  • Box 4
    Scrapbook of William Stanley Braithwaite, w/reviews of his Anthology of Magazine Verse
    1913-1919
  • Box 4
    Loose materials from William Stanley Braithwaite's scrapbook of reviews re Anthology of Magazine Verse
    1913-1919
  • Box 4
    Anthology of Magazine Verse1914: Galley Proofs
    1914
  • Box 4
    Anthology of Magazine Verse1915: Announcements
    1915 Aug 17
  • Box 4
    Anthology of Magazine Verse1915: Manuscripts
    1915
  • Box 4
    Anthology of Magazine Verse1917: First author galley proofs
    1917
  • Box 4
    Anthology of Magazine Verse1917: Original Manuscript
    1917
  • Box 5
    Anthology of Magazine Verse1917: Unbound Pages
    1917
  • Box 5
    Anthology of Magazine Verse1918: Galley Proofs and unbound pages
    1918
  • Box 5
    Anthology of Magazine Verse1918: Unbound Pages
    1918
  • Box 5
    Anthology of Magazine Verse1919: Letters
    1919
  • Box 5
    Anthology of Magazine Verse1921: Letters
    1921
  • Box 5
    Anthology of Magazine Verse1922: Correspondence
    1922
  • Box 5
    Anthology of Magazine Verse1923: Correspondence
    1922-1923
  • Box 5
    Anthology of Magazine Verse1924: Correspondence
    1924
  • Box 5
    Anthology of Magazine Verse1925: Correspondence and related items
    1925
  • Box 5
    Anthology of Magazine Verse1926: Correspondence and related papers
    1926 Jan--Dec 22 & 1928, n.d.
    2 folders
  • Box 5
    Anthology of Magazine Verse1927: Correspondence
    1927-1929
  • Box 5
    Anthology of Magazine Verse1928: Correspondence
    1928 & 1930
  • Box 6
    Anthology of Magazine Verse1929: Correspondence
    1929-1931
    2 folders
  • Box 6
    Anthology of Magazine Verse1929: Miscellaneous Letters
    1929-1930
  • Box 6
    Anthology of Magazine Verse1929: Permissions to quote
    1929 June-Sep
    2 folders
  • Box 6
    Anthology of Magazine Verse1929: Special Pre-Publication Subscription Offer
    1929
  • Box 6
    Anthology of Magazine Verse1935 (not issued by William Stanley Braithwaite)
    1935
  • Box 6
    Anthology of Magazine Verse1958: Page (and galley?) proofs
    1958
  • Box 6
    Anthology of Magazine Verse1958: Subscription Offer
    1958
  • Box 6
    Anthology of Magazine Verse1958: Poet Autographs
    1958(?)
  • Box 6
    Anthology of Magazine Verse1958: Permission Letters to poets
    1958-1959
SERIES III: B. J. BRIMMER COMPANY
  • Box 7
    B. J. Brimmer Co.: Correspondence and related papers
    1914-1927 Oct
    5 folders
  • Box 8
    B. J. Brimmer Co.: Correspondence and related papers
    1927 Nov--1936, n.d.
    3 folders
  • Box 8
    B. J. BrimmerLedger
    1925-1926
  • Box 8
    Emma E. Colley's and Winifred Davidson's Unfamiliar Quotations--correspondence
    1916, 1925-1926, n.d.
  • Box 8
    Elizabeth Weston Timlow's The Heart of Monadnock--correspondence
    1922-1923 & 1926
  • Box 8
    Lewis Carroll's Novelty And Romancement: Announcement and manuscript
    1925
  • Box 8
    Evelyn H. Watson's "Flame Wings"--correspondence
    1925 & n.d.
  • Box 8
    Bella Flaccus' If I Were Pan: Correspondence w/ William Stanley Braithwaiteand page proofs
    1927-1928
  • Box 8
    George H. P. Gannaway's "Continuance": Letter to William Stanley Braithwaiteand corrected manuscript
    1928 & 1935
  • Box 8
    Book Advertisements--drafts by William Stanley Braithwaite
    n.d.
SERIES IV: CORRESPONDENCE OF WILLIAM STANLEY BRAITHWAITE
  • Subseries A: William Stanley Braithwaiteand his miscellaneous correspondence
    • Box 9
      Correspondence of William Stanley Braithwaite
      1899-1921
      6 folders

      [Includes form letter from Edmund Clarence Stedman; a letter from William Stanley Braithwaiteto a Mr. McCourtie, 9 January 1919, pertaining to a speaking engagement for the Poetry Societyand mentions Lady Leonora Speyer. ]

    • Box 10
      Correspondence of William Stanley Braithwaite
      1922-1929
      5 folders
    • Box 11
      Correspondence of William Stanley Braithwaite
      1930-1939
      4 folders
    • Box 11
      Correspondence of William Stanley Braithwaite
      1951, 1952, 1955, 1958, n.d.
      3 folders

      [including 80th birthday congratulations from Mark Van Doren]

    • Box 12
      Early Acceptances and Rejections
      1897-1938, n.d.
    • Box 12
      Physicians' Letters to William Stanley Braithwaite
      1900, 1913, 1921 & 1927
    • Box 12
      Miscellaneous Letters
      1904-1934

      [including copy of a Nicholas Vachel Lindsayletter 1917 January 1 re Birth of A Nationand Southern racism]

    • Box 12
      Letters to William Stanley Braithwaiterequesting permission to publish his poems
      1905, 1921-1926, 1938
    • Box 12
      Correspondence: "Persons of special interest"
      1921-1936
    • Box 12
      Correspondent's List
      1922-1935 & 1962
    • Box 12
      Letters to William Stanley Braithwaite--fragments and missing pages
      n.d.
  • Subseries B: Braithwaite Familyand related papers
    • Box 12
      Arnold Braithwaite[brother]
      1906, 1934-1935
    • Box 12
      Arnold DeWolfe Braithwaite[son]
      1933, 1936-1937, 1939
    • Box 12
      Edith Carman Braithwaite[daughter]
      1929-1937
    • Box 12
      Edward John Braithwaite[uncle]
      1891-1930
    • Box 12
      Emma DeWolfe Braithwaite[mother]
      1891-1935
    • Box 12
      Emma Kelly Braithwaite[wife]
      1901-1913
    • Box 13
      Emma Kelly Braithwaite[wife]
      1918-1939, n.d.

      [Including a 1934 November 2 letter from W. E. B. Du Bois--attached to letter, 8 November 1934]

    • Box 13
      Letters of William Stanley Braithwaiteto his wife Emma
      1902-1936 Feb
      3 folders
    • Box 14
      Letters of William Stanley Braithwaiteto his wife Emma
      1936 Mar-1938, n.d.
    • Box 14
      Fiona Lydia Braithwaite[daughter]
      1912-1936, n.d.
      4 folders
    • Box 14
      Francis Robinson Braithwaite[son]
      1937
    • Box 14
      Katherine Keats Braithwaite[daughter]
      1920-1936
    • Box 14
      Paul Ledoux Braithwaite[son]
      1935-1937
    • Box 14
      William Stanley Braithwaite, Jr.[son]
      1925-1935
    • Box 15
      William Stanley Braithwaite, Jr.
      1936-1937
    • Box 15
      Lillian K. Coleman, Lillian Valentine[sister-in-law?]
      1926-1939
    • Box 15
      Sadie De Wolfe (Braithwaite)[aunt]
      1904-1911, 1928 & 1938
    • Box 15
      Sally Kelly[mother or grandmother of wife]
      1900, 1903, 1909-1912
    • Box 15
      Lucy Williams[aunt of William Stanley Braithwaite's wife]
      1935-1936
    • Box 15
      Miscellaneous Braithwaite FamilyLetters
      1893 & 1907
    • Box 15
      School Papers--Braithwaite children
      1913, 1921-1929
    • Box 15
      Braithwaite FamilyPhotographs
      1913 & 1929, 1942, n.d.
    • Box 15
      Photographs of William Stanley Braithwaite
      [1882], 1942
    • Box 15
      Lithographs of William Stanley Braithwaite
      ca. 1928
  • Subseries C: Name Files
    • Box 15
      Richard G. Badger
      1904 & 1915-1916
    • Box 15
      Maurine Boie
      1929-1933
    • Box 15
      Witter Bynner
      1922 & 1924
    • Box 15
      Bliss Carman
      1911
    • Box 15
      William Stanley BraithwaiteLetters to Margaret Carpenter
      1956-1958 July
      2 folders
    • Box 16
      William Stanley BraithwaiteLetters to Margaret Carpenter
      1958 Aug-1959
      2 folders
    • Box 16
      Charlotte
      1920-1922 & 1935, n.d.
      2 folders
    • Box 16
      Joy Gerbaulet Clairmonte
      1929-1931 & 1947-1970
      2 folders
    • Box 16
      Ruby Rose Drake: Correspondence and related book material
      1927, 1934-1937, n.d.
    • Box 16
      Sophie Hagemann Duckworth
      1922
    • Box 16
      George Elliston
      1928-1929
    • Box 17
      Eva Knox Evans
      1934-1935 & 1939
    • Box 17
      Ernst B. Filsinger
      1916 & 1922
    • Box 17
      Elizabeth Hollister Frost
      1928-1930
    • Box 17
      Marion P. Gale
      1930 & 1935-1938
    • Box 17
      E. V. H.
      1934-1935
    • Box 17
      Iva L. Handy
      1935
    • Box 17
      Henry E. Harman
      1913-1914, n.d.
    • Box 17
      Helen
      1920-1921
    • Box 17
      John Hughes
      1922-1937
    • Box 17
      Mitchell Kennerly
      1911-1915 & 1922
    • Box 17
      Helen Kent
      1930-1938, n.d.
      3 folders
    • Box 18
      Helen Kent: Writings and Miscellaneous Papers
      1929-1931, n.d.
      2 folders
    • Box 18
      Frederic Lawrence Knowles
      1904-1908, 1921 & 1928
    • Box 18
      Mary Sinton Leitch
      1926, 1929, 1937
    • Box 18
      L. W.
      n.d.
    • Box 18
      Margaret
      1936
    • Box 18
      Francis Mason
      1923 & 1925
    • Box 18
      Edith Mirick
      1920, 1929, 1930-1931, n.d.
    • Box 18
      Peg ( Winifred V. Jackson?)
      1930-1938
    • Box 18
      Edwin Arlington Robinson
      1929 & 1935
    • Box 18
      Edna Davis Romig
      1926-1930
    • Box 18
      Rose/Rosa
      1921
    • Box 18
      Lew Sarett
      1919, 1921-1927
    • Box 18
      Henry Thomas Schnittkind( The Stratford Journal)
      1916-1917
    • Box 18
      Edmund Clarence Stedman
      1900
    • Box 18
      Sara Teasdale
      1912-1913
    • Box 18
      Eunice Tietjens
      1929
    • Box 18
      Mary Pollard Tynes
      1929-1931
    • Box 19
      Louis Untermeyer
      1922 & 1926
    • Box 19
      Arthur Upson
      1906-1909
    • Box 19
      Henry Van Dyke
      1912, 1917, 1934
    • Box 19
      Harold Vinal
      1922 & 1926-1928
  • Subseries D: Topical Files
    • Box 19
      Atlanta University
      1932-1944, n.d.
      3 folders
    • Box 19
      Author's League of America
      1916-1918 & 1924
    • Box 19
      Boston Evening Transcript
      1907-1930
    • Box 19
      Boston Author's Club& New England Poetry Club
      1906-1934, n.d.
    • Box 19
      Brentano's(Publisher)
      1907-1925, 1935
    • Box 20
      Thomas Wentworth Higginson
      1911
    • Box 20
      Brookes More: Galley Proofs of The Beggar's Vision
      1919 & 1921
    • Box 20
      Brookes More's translation of Metamorphosesby Publius Ovidius Naso ( Ovid): Galley Proof
      1922
    • Box 20
      National Poetry Week
      1921
    • Box 20
      Order of Bookfellows
      1921-1927
    • Box 20
      Peabody Master Printers
      1929-1936, n.d.
    • Box 20
      Poetry Journal& Poetry Review
      1912-1917, 1930 & n.d.
    • Box 20
      Poetry Society of America
      1910-1939, n.d.
    • Box 20
      Publishers
      1903-1938
      2 folders
    • Box 20
      Clinton Scollard: Lyrics From A Library(unbound pages)
      ca. 1913-ca. 1917
    • Box 20
      Small, Maynard & Company
      1905-1925
    • Box 20
      Who's Who In America
      1905, 1929, 1933-1939
    • Box 21
      Alabama, Arkansas
      1925-1935
    • Box 21
      California
      1918-1932
    • Box 21
      Colorado, Florida, Georgia, Idaho
      1916, 1925-1933
    • Box 21
      Illinois, Iowa, New Hampshire, Kansas
      1905, 1912-1932
    • Box 21
      Louisiana, Maine, Maryland
      1894, 1913-1937
    • Box 21
      Michigan, Minnesota, Mississippi, Missouri
      1913-1948
    • Box 21
      Montana, Nebraska, New Mexico, North Dakota
      1923-1933
    • Box 21
      Ohio
      1916-1932
    • Box 21
      Oklahoma, Oregon
      1924-1937
    • Box 22
      Pennsylvania
      1909-1935
    • Box 22
      South Carolina, South Dakota
      1923-1935
    • Box 22
      Tennessee, Texas, Utah
      1913-1934
    • Box 22
      Washington, Wisconsin, Wyoming
      1918-1933
SERIES V: MISCELLANEOUS
  • Box 22
    Astrological Readings for William Stanley Braithwaite
    1904, n.d.
  • Box 22
    Delta Phi Deltamembership certificate of William Stanley Braithwaite
    1937
  • Box 22
    Financial and Legal Papers
    1903-1936
  • Box 22
    His Idol's Eye and other short stories--page proofs
    1922 Nov 1
  • Box 22
    Lecture Series and Poetry Course Announcements
    1915-1916, 1930-1935
  • Box 22
    Miscellaneous
    1899-1938, n.d.
  • Box 23
    Miscellaneous
    n.d.
  • Box 23
    Miscellaneous Manuscripts
    1923-1929, n.d.
    3 folders

    [Including proof of The Veiled Doorby Caroline Giltinan(folder 1) and a typescript of "Since Cezanne" by Clive Bell]

  • Box 23
    Miscellaneous Poetry
    1924-1930
  • Box 23
    Newspaper Clippings re William Stanley Braithwaite
    1908-1934 & 1962, n.d.
  • Box 23
    Photographs and Prints
    1913-1914, n.d.
  • Box 23
    Poems from birthday book honoring William Stanley Braithwaite
    1958
  • Box 23
    Poet Laureate's Ode, "England, Stand Firm"
    1916
  • Box 23
    Poets and Poetry: Miscellaneous Printed Material
    1912, 1927-1935, n.d.
  • Box 23
    Poet's Biographical Sketches
    1926
  • Box 23
    William Thackeray& William Dean Howells
    n.d.
OVERSIZE MATERIALS
  • Oversize
    Broadside, Brimmer Books, re The Funny Houseby Louis Hubert Guyol
    1923
  • Oversize
    Poster, re the 11th annual issue of Braithwaite's Anthology of Magazine Verse
    1923
  • Oversize
    Broadside, Hampton Spirit Special( Hampton Institute) re upcoming sports events
    1934 Nov 8
  • Oversize
    Photograph of William Stanley Braithwaite
    1959

Significant Persons Associated With the Collection

  • Alan F. Peter
  • Alma Westine Stone
  • Arnold Braithwaite
  • Arnold DeWolfe Braithwaite
  • Arnold DeWolfe Braithwaite
  • Arthur Upson
  • Bella Flaccus
  • Bliss Carman
  • Brookes More
  • Caroline Giltinan
  • Clinton Scollard
  • Clive Bell
  • Edith Carman Braithwaite
  • Edith Carman Braithwaite
  • Edith Mirick
  • Edmund Clarence Stedman
  • Edna Davis Romig
  • Edward J. O'Brien
  • Edward John Braithwaite
  • Edward John Braithwaite
  • Edwin Arlington Robinson
  • Elizabeth Hollister Frost
  • Elizabeth Weston Timlow
  • Emma DeWolfe Braithwaite
  • Emma DeWolfe (1860-1928)
  • Emma E. Colley
  • Emma Kelly
  • Emma Kelly Braithwaite
  • Ernst B. Filsinger
  • Eunice Tietjens
  • Eva Braithwaite
  • Eva Knox Evans
  • Evelyn H. Watson
  • Fiona Lydia Braithwaite
  • Fiona Lydia Rossetti Braithwaite
  • Francis Mason
  • Francis Robinson Braithwaite
  • Francis Robinson Braithwaite
  • Frederic Lawrence Knowles
  • George Elliston
  • George H. P. Gannaway
  • Georgia D. Johnson
  • Georgia Douglas Johnson
  • Harold Vinal
  • Helen Kent
  • Henry E. Harman
  • Henry Thomas Schittkind
  • Henry Thomas Schnittkind
  • Henry Van Dyke
  • Iva L. Handy
  • James Gould Cozzens
  • John Greenleaf Whittier
  • John Hughes
  • Joy Gerbaulet Clairmonte
  • Julia Ward Howe
  • Katherine Keats Braithwaite
  • Katherine Keats Braithwaite
  • Leonora Speyer
  • Lew Sarett
  • Lewis Carroll
  • Lillian Valentine
  • Lillian K. Coleman
  • Louis Hubert Guyol
  • Louis Untermeyer
  • Lucy Williams
  • Mae V. Cowdery
  • Margaret Carpenter
  • Margaret Carpenter
  • Marion Buchman
  • Marion P. Gale
  • Mark Van Doren
  • Mary Pollard Tynes
  • Mary Sinton Leitch
  • Maurine Boie
  • Merrill Carter
  • Mitchell Kennerly
  • Ovid
  • Paul Ledoux Braithwaite
  • Paul Ledoux Braithwaite
  • Richard G. Badger
  • Ruby Rose Drake
  • Sadie De Wolfe (Braithwaite)
  • Sally Kelly
  • Sara Teasdale
  • Sophie Hagemann Duckworth
  • Stanley Braithwaite
  • Sterling Brown
  • Thomas Wentworth Higginson
  • Vachel Lindsay
  • W. E. B. Du Bois
  • WILLIAM STANLEY BRAITHWAITE
  • Walt Whitman
  • William Dean Howells
  • William J. Arnold
  • William Smith Braithwaite (1853-1886)
  • William Stanley Braithwaite
  • William Stanley Braithwaite
  • William Stanley Braithwaite
  • William Stanley Braithwaite
  • William Stanley Braithwaite, Jr.
  • William Stanley Braithwaite, Jr.
  • William Stanley Braithwaite, Jr.
  • William Thackeray
  • Winifred Davidson
  • Winifred Jackson
  • Winifred V. Jackson
  • Witter Bynner

Significant Places Associated With the Collection

  • Alabama
  • Arkansas
  • Boston
  • Boston, Massachusetts
  • California
  • Colorado
  • Europe
  • Florida
  • Georgia
  • Harlem, New York City
  • Idaho
  • Illinois
  • Iowa
  • Kansas
  • Louisiana
  • Maine
  • Maryland
  • Michigan
  • Minnesota
  • Mississippi
  • Missouri
  • Montana
  • Nebraska
  • New England
  • New Hampshire
  • New Mexico
  • New York City
  • Newport, Rhode Island
  • Norfolk, Virginia
  • North Dakota
  • Ohio
  • Oklahoma
  • Oregon
  • Paris
  • Pennsylvania
  • Providence, Rhode Island
  • South Carolina
  • South Dakota
  • Tennessee
  • Texas
  • Utah
  • Washington
  • Wisconsin
  • Wyoming