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PAPERS OF (KATHERINE) ELEANOR SALTZMAN

SERIES 3: WRITINGS
SUBSERIES B: POETRY

MsC 689

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Box Contents List

FOLDER 1: POETRY A -- N

"Ahaserus"

"Alien"

"The Aliens"

"As the Night, Beloved"

"Beginning"

"Bridegroom in Cana"

"Christmas Eve, 1942"

"Churchyard at Sunset"

"Comfort for an Impecunious Lover'

"Commencement"

'Coral Dawn"

"A Criminal in Born"

"Creed for Courage"

"Death of Martha." Prairie Schooner, Vol.XIV:No.3 (Fall 1940), pp. 177 -- 178

"Draftee"

"Epicure in August"

"Evensong"

"Farm to Market Road." Household Magazine, Vol.40:No.4 (April 1940)

"The Fence"

"First Flood." National Parent-Teacher, April 1944, p. 31. Publication copy only

"For a Child Named William"

"For a Child Newborn"

"Free Man's Song"

"Frieze for the Years"

"Golgotha"

"Harvester"

"The Hero"

"Hour for a Tryst"

"I Shall Live On." The Saturday Review of Literature,Vol.XXXVII:No.46 (November 17, 1945). Publication copy only

"Itinerary"

"Inventory at Dawn." Publication copy only. In oversized folder

"Let No Man Say"

"Lines for an Aryan"

"Little Girl Growing"

"Log House"

"Lover"

"Measure"

"Mist"

"No Greater Love"

"Nostalgia for Harvest." The Lantern, Vol.14:No.6 (November-December 1940)

"Notes for Another Life"

FOLDER 2: POETRY O -- Z

"To A Physiotherapist"

"Office Hours"

"One September Nigh"t

"Or Where You Are"

"Overflow." Household Magazine. February 1943. Publication copy only

"Passion Arranged For Strings"

"Peasant Harvest"

"Pilgrimage"

"The Pine Tree"

"Pledge"

"Prairie Memorial." Household Magazine, March 1940, p. 17. Also in oversized folder

"Prayer for a House"

"Quest"

"Question"

"Release"

"Requiem." The Saturday Review of Literature. Vol. XXIX:No.14 (April 6, 1946), p. 28

"Second Wife"

"Snow"

"So Deep Our Love'

"So Like You Is He"

"Song of Brave Women"

"Song of Woman"

"Song Without Words"

"Step Softly, Love"

"Tenant Farmer"

"Thanksgiving"

"Theme for a Pastoral"

"There is No Fear"

"Thirty-Eighth Birthday"

"This Love We Hold." Household Magazine, March 1942

"To A Neighbor Planet"

"To Edyth, Gratefully"

"To My Brother"

"To Stephen Vincent Benet"

"To William Edward Saltzman III"

"Tribute"

"Two Degrees Below"

"Ultimate"

"Under the Mexican Hanging"

"Untitled". 2 poems

"Virgin"

"Vital Material"

"WPA Project"

"Wealth"

 

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