Richard Eberhart Letters, 1942-1969

Title: Richard Eberhart Letters, 1942-1969
ID: MS/VMF/vmf044
Extent: 6.0 Items
Predominant Dates: 1942: August 19 - 1969: June 11
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Item 1: Eberhart to Israel Smith, concerning the American edition of one of his books [Song and Idea], commenting on his duties as a Navy instructor of aerial machine-gunnery, and sending his regards to a distant relative, Fritz Ginrod, by way of Mr. Smith, 1942: August 19
Item 2: Eberhart to Ron Wolin, concerning rare editions of several of Eberhart's poem which he intended to donate for the purpose of auction, to the Vietnam Peace Parade Committee, as an expression of his opposition to the war in Vietnam, 1968: March 5
Item 3: Eberhart to Ian Hamilton, Publisher, The Review, concerning Eberhart's essay, Empson's Poetry, in Accent Anthology published by Harcourt Brace & Co., 1963: October 14
Item 4: Eberhart to Ian Hamilton, concerning Eberhart's poems, Ceremony by the Sea and The Fury of Aerial Bombardment, their origin and their mention in various essays, 1965: June 1
Item 5: Eberhart to Hamilton concerning Eberhart's poem, John Ledyard, particularly the use of the word cedar, 1969: January 30
Item 6: Eberhart to Iam Hamilton concerning honors bestowed on Eberhart, and a description of his meeting Ezra Pound, 1969: June 11