Letter from Lawrence C. Wroth to Archibald MacLeish, August 2, 1943
- Letter from Lawrence C. Wroth to Archibald MacLeish, August 2, 1943
- Contributor Names
MacLeish, Archibald, 1892-1982
Rosenwald, Lessing J. (Lessing Julius), 1891-1979
Wroth, Lawrence C.(Lawrence Councelman), 1884-1970
- Created Published
- August 2, 1943
- Subject Headings
Lessing J. Rosenwald Collection (Library of Congress)
Lawrence C. Wroth, Librarian, John C. Brown Library, and the Library of Congress consultant in the acquisition of rare books, reports to Archibald MacLeish on Lessing J. Rosenwald's agreement to give his William Blake collection and reference collection to the Library.
- Call Number/Physical Location
Location: Container 777, Rosenwald, L.J., 1943-54, Gifts 3
- Source Collection
- Library of Congress Archives-Central File: MacLeish/Evans
- Library of Congress, Manuscript Division, Washington, D.C. 20540
- Digital Id
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- Photograph, Alice in Wonderland Manuscript Presented to British Museum
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Suite 308, 1100 S. PCH, Laguna Beach, California 92651
- Photograph of Joseph Auslander, undated, made available here with
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21 S. Washington Street, Alexandria, Virginia 22314
- Letter from W. Somerset Maugham to Archibald McLeish, July 6, 1945,
made available here with permission from A.P. Watt Ltd.
20 John Street, London, WC1N2DR, United Kingdom
- Letter from Marianne Moore to Archibald MacLeish, March 13, 1944, made available here with permission from Marianne Craig Moore, Literary Executor for the Estate of Marianne Moore.
- Photograph, Opening of the Lincoln Papers, undated, made available here
with permission from WTOP.
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- Letter from Allen Tate to Archibald MacLeish, April 23, 1943, made available
here with permission from Helen H. Tate.
3922 Dorcas Drive, Nashville, Tennessee 37215
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