John Gould Fletcher Collection, 1928-1962

Title: John Gould Fletcher Collection, 1928-1962
ID: MS/VMF/vmf052
Extent: 7.0 Items
Predominant Dates: 1928-1962
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Item 1: Fletcher to Richard [Church] stating his great concern for the situation in which Church had found himself at Oxted and gives him advice, 1928: May 12
Item 2: Arnold Dawson, literary editor for the Daily Herald, to Richard Church, asking for a review of Fletcher's collection of poems, The Black Rock, 1928: September 3
Item 3: Beverley Githens Dresbach (Mrs. Glen Ward) to Richard Church commenting primarily on Fletcher, with brief mention of a book, The Squirrel Called Rufus, and of the author of the magazine clipping enclosed in her letter, 1962: February 7
Item 4: The Quality of Greatness by Richard Church [review of The Black Rock by Fletcher], circa 1928-1929
Item 5: Photograph of Fletcher and Glen Ward Dresbach, 1944: August
Item 6: Clipping from the Ozarks Mountaineer, remarking on television as a medium for contemporary poets, but the unlikelihood of such a thing occuring, 1962: February
Item 8: Fletcher to Marvin Magalaner, Pasadena, California, directing him to Life Is My Song, Fletcher's autobiography, for information on the relationship between Fletcher and Harold Munro, 1947: January 30
Item 16: Fletcher to Edward and Constance Wagner, Johnswood, Little Rock, Arkansas, commenting on Melville, book Fletcher has read and those he wants to read, on Charlie May [Simon's] illness, and on his lecture assignment in Seattle, 1945: July 22
Item 9: Fletcher to Edward and Constance Wagner, Johnswood, Little Rock, Arkansas, thanking them for their hospitality and mentioning that Charlie May [Simon] has sent off her manuscript, 1947: August 1