BH. John Gould Fletcher
23. †Unpublished materials.
a. John Gould Fletcher Papers. Mullins Library, Special Collections, University of Arkansas, Fayetteville. By far the largest Fletcher archive, containing papers Fletcher himself donated to the library. Includes copies of virtually all Fletcher’s outgoing letters, including those to Aiken, Eliot, Flint, Lowell, and Pound, along with manuscripts and incoming correspondence. †Thomas Ernest Douglas’s ‘The Correspondence of John Gould Fletcher: A Catalogue’, PhD thesis, University of Arkansas, 1965, is a guide to the correspondence; an electronic finding aid for the collection was published by the library in 1998 and may be accessed here.
b. John Gould Fletcher Correspondence, Works, and Clippings, 1910-52. Harry Ransom Humanities Research Center, University of Texas at Austin. 521 items held in various collections, including a manuscript copy of Japanese Prints (7) with Fletcher’s annotations, his letters to Flint (Ap), and photocopies of many of the Fletcher letters held at the Mullins Library at Arkansas (a), including those to Aiken, Eliot, Lowell, and Pound.
c. Other materials. Letters written by Fletcher to other poets under study here may be found in the Aiken Papers at the Huntington Library (BA20a), the Aldington Papers at Temple (BB20a), the Lowell Papers at Harvard (BI22a), and the Pound Papers at Yale (BK90a); his letters to Miner would be among the Miner Papers at UCLA (CB3).
See also BI18.