BA. Conrad Aiken

20. †Unpublished materials.

a. Conrad Aiken Papers. Huntington Library. 5,300 items. Manuscripts include a notebook covering the years 1914-25, drafts of short stories and poems, and the first draft of Ushant (16). Correspondents include Bynner, Eliot, Fletcher, Lowell, and Pound.

b. Conrad Aiken Papers. Houghton Library, Harvard University. Includes Aiken’s poetry notebook for 1918-19 and draft versions of several of his longer poems, including those in Preludes for Memnon (see 12).

c. Conrad Aiken Papers and Photographs, 1912-59. Department of Special Collections, Clifton Waller Barrett Library, University of Virginia. Includes much of Aiken’s correspondence from 1915-59.

d. Aiken materials. Harry Ransom Humanities Research Center, University of Texas at Austin. 257 items that appear in several collections, including the Cid Corman Collection, the Fletcher Collection (BH23b), the Flint Collection, and the Pound Collection.

e. Other materials. Aiken’s letters to Bynner are among the Bynner Papers at Harvard (BE22a), his correspondence with Miner in the Miner Correspondence at UCLA (CB3). Other materials may be found in the Conrad Aiken Manuscripts at the Pennsylvania State University Library; the Aiken Collection, 1917-62, at Washington University; the Rare Books and Manuscripts Collection at the New York Public Library; the Poetry and Rare Books Collection at the University Libraries, State University of New York at Buffalo; the Houghton Mifflin Collection at Harvard; and the Poetry Bookshop Collection at the University of Tulsa.





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