Contains 310 Results:
Photocopy of "BURNSHAW, Stanley 1906-" in Contemporary Authors, Undated
"Personal: Born June 20, 1906, in New York, NY."
"Career: Blaw-Knox Steel Corp., Blawnox, Pa., advertising, 1925-27."
"Writings: The Wheel Age, privately printed, 1928;"
Letter from Laura Jackson to Ellsworth Mason, 1971-01-05
"Hence to the little Selected Poems volume. As I read your name, I thought I had perhaps seen it in a literary connection."
Letter from Laura Jackson to Ellsworth Mason, 1971-01-18
"It is, that you have collected the works of Mr. Robert Graves, besides having done some collecting of works of mine. This suggests difficulty because it brings into consideration the possibility, even the probability, of your having had, and continuing to have, correspondence association, some degree of personal association, that is, with Mr. Graves."
Letter from Ellsworth Mason to Laura Jackson, 1971-02-02
"It was my Graves collection, however, which is my personal collection and quite good, that led me to a particular interest in the Seizin Press. Until this time, I had known of you only superficially."
"I am most anxious to have established, and in full form, so complete as humans can make it in retrospect, the complete list of your writings, if you can find it in your time to help me."
Letter from Laura Jackson to Ellsworth Mason, 1971-02-14
"In your second letter to me you endeavor to put me at my ease as to your comment about my remaining a remarkable woman by returning to me my own terms as coverable in meaning by your characterization."
"In your first letter tld of having published an edition of the critical writings of James Joyce (I misremembered that, coming away from your letter with the idea of a bibliography of his critical writings) with Richard Ellman."
Letter from Laura Jackson to Ellsworth Mason, 1971-02-26
"You asked, Has anyone done a bibliography - or a list. A few years ago I consented, reluctantly because I feared the work involved for myself, to help someone who sought my help (and approval) with a bibliography..."
Letter from Laura Jackson to Ellsworth Mason, 1971-03-12
"I have this matter of bibliography to speak of to you."
"I send you a copy of the letter I wrote to the Minnesota Review:"
"I can't recall whether or not I have commented, to you, on the course of Seizin Press commentary - of which I have known little till very recently, having, as I think I have explained, lived apart from the traffic of literary doings-"
Letter from L.J. [Laura Jackson] to Ellsworth Mason, 1971-03-15
"Mr Ruzicka I came to know through a Cornell Library recommendation. A lovely binding work of a book of husband's Thousand needed repair."
Letter from Laura Jackson to Ellsworth Mason, 1971-03-26
Letter from [Ellsworth Mason] to Laura Jackson , 1971-04-01
"I will therefore write you when I have had time to do some preliminary work gathering together what I know about your publications, and will write you what I will than have in mind."