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Fri Mar 21 17:08:03 2014 UTClccn-n811221250.00Collected lyrics, etc. (Introduction by Norma Millay.)0.281.00Tamarack24680395n 81122125667073lccn-n79062746Millay, Edna St. Vincent1892-1950lccn-n84039615Shelton, Sloanelccn-n79059913Brownlow, Kevindrtlccn-no94001852Milestone Film & Videolccn-no95013200Image Entertainment (Firm)np-barnett, elizabethBarnett, Elizabethlccn-no2005008959Hassan, Mamounlccn-n82085446Phoenix/BFA Films & Videolccn-n50032943Bynner, Witter1881-1968lccn-n80051838Harper & Row, PublishersMillay, NormaBiographyHistoryPortraitsDramaPhotographsPictorial worksPersonal narrativesCriticism, interpretation, etcCase studiesSonnets, AmericanAmerican poetry--Women authorsAmerican poetryMillay, Edna St. Vincent,HomesUnited StatesPoets, AmericanWomen and literatureAuthors, AmericanNew York (State)--AusterlitzPoetryWomen poets, AmericanMillay, NormaAmerican literatureBynner, Witter,World War (1939-1945)Dillon, George,Page, AnitaPhysicians--PensionsReuther, Victor G.--(Victor George),Frost, Robert,Reuther, Walter,Pornography--Social aspectsNiebuhr, Reinhold,FeminismManners and customsRoosevelt, Eleanor,Rule, JaneBrewer, William ABrett, Dorothy,Carpenter, Margaret HaleyNational Interim Committee for a Mass Party of the PeopleShay, Frank,Motion picturesMorton, David,Duse, Eleonora,Southern StatesSaxe, SusanWilson, DagmarMoore, Harry ThorntonStudentsTravelClemens, Cyril,Nell, Edward JWitherspoon, Frances,Protest movementsO'Neill, Rose Cecil,MexicoReuther, Roy,Wilson, Edmund,1950195419561959196819691975197619811982198419871988198919901992200120022003200620115132257811.5PS3525.I495ocn468531265ocn310113741ocn806318131ocn459560879ocn613440554ocn438728175ocn033009277ocn030518017ocn45956090729526ocn023860525book19500.24Millay, Edna St. VincentCollected poemsEdna St. Vincent Millay (1892-1950), winner in 1923 of the second annual Pulitzer Prize for Poetry, was a daring, versatile writer whose work includes plays, essays, short stories, songs, and the libretto to an opera that premiered at New York's Metropolitan Opera House to rave reviews+-+8270657155835ocn052172267visu19760.27Millay at SteepletopHistoryBiographyDramaEdna St. Vincent Millay was the first woman ever to win the Pulitzer Prize for poetry. Beautiful, vivacious, sexually liberated, and supremely talented, Millay was the feminine ideal of the jazz age. This film incorporates two 100-foot rolls of 16mm film discovered in a barn on the Millay estate--the only known film footage of the poet. From later in her life, the film is entirely at Steepletop, her 700-acre farm in upstate New York. Combining images of the natural beauty of the poet's home with readings from her most famous poems, and interviews with her sister, Norma Millay Ellis, this tributary documentary captures the brilliance and passion of Millay's life and art763ocn049296541visu19680.23Millay at Steepletop a celebration of Edna St. Vincent MillayHistoryBiographyA loving tribute to the great American poet, Edna St. Vincent Millay, filmed entirely at her 700-acre upstate New York farm in 1968. Edna was the first woman ever to win the Pulitzer Prize for poetry. Included is footage found on 16mm film on the Millay estate271ocn228659593book19880.27Millay, Edna St. VincentCollected sonnets of Edna St. Vincent MillayBrings together about 160 sonnets, selected by Miss Millay herself from her works from Renascence to Make Bright the Arrows. They are the finest expression, in this poetic form, of the genius and spirit of a great American poet. Included is the first sonnet Miss Millay ever wrote, hitherto unpublished and three other never published before+-+264564515533ocn459560907book19540.27Millay, Edna St. VincentMine the harvest, a collection of new poems21ocn025608858serial1.00Tamarack21ocn562958764book1969Millay, Edna St. VincentCollected lyrics, etc. (Introduction by Norma Millay.)11ocn064750239mix1.00Keefe, Carolyn HowlandCarolyn Howland (Binx) Keefe miscellanyIncludes commonplace book, photographs, sorority pins, 1939 Cornell ring, correspondence with Norma Millay (sister of Edna St. Vincent Millay) and Richard Stoddard Aldrich and a handcolored map of Cornell11ocn647805166mix1.00Carpenter, Margaret HaleyPapers of Margaret Haley CarpenterHistoryCriticism, interpretation, etcCase studiesPortraitsPersonal narrativesPictorial worksThere are also files of correspondence (some on microfilm), manuscripts, memorabilia and other material assembled by Joy Gerbaulet, Floyd Dell, George Dillon, Robert Frost, Josephine Johnson (including letters from servicemen in World War I and II), Julia Johnson Davis and David Morton; and photographs of over thirty noted authors. Includes an audiotape of [David Morton reading his poetry?]11ocn815520635mix1.00Edna St. Vincent Millay photographs and miscellanyPhotographsThe collection contains 11 undated snapshots of Millay taken by Witter Bynner at Millay's farm "Steepletop" in Austerlitz, N.Y.; an autograph address panel from an envelope in her hand; a program from the Vassar College production of two of her plays; an oversized postcard of a portrait of Millay issued by the National Portrait Gallery with the 18cent Millay stamp, 1981; and The Wiliam Jewell College Bulletin containing the 1951 Commencement Sermon by Walter Pope Binns in which Millay's "Conversation at midnight" is quoted11ocn858421910book19690.79Millay, NormaMayflowers : a reminiscence11ocn122363953mix1.00Millay, KathleenKathleen Millay collection of papersPortraitsThis is a synthetic collection consisting of manuscript and typescripts, correspondence by and about the author, diaries from 1911 to [1917], an undated commonplace book, notebooks for 1916-1940, financial and legal documents, and portraits and pictorial works11ocn656657836book0.47Millay, Edna St. VincentCollected poems (Millay, Edna St. Vincent, 1892-1950)+-+543354515511ocn030518017rcrd19681.00Millay, Edna St. VincentNorma Millay reading from Collected poems, Edna St. Vincent Millay in the Coolidge Auditorium, Feb. 26, 1968Midway through the program, Ms. Millay is joined on stage by actor Roscoe Lee Browne, who also reads poems by Edna St. Vincent Millay. Poems are recited in most cases, rather than read, and may not agree with printed versions11ocn122639845mix1.00Sheean, VincentVincent Sheean collection of papersThis is a synthetic collection consisting of typescripts and manuscripts, correspondence by and about the author, and legal documents11ocn122596781mix1.00Millay, Edna St. VincentEdna St. Vincent Millay collection of papersPortraitsThis is a synthetic collection consisting of manuscripts and typescripts, notebooks from 1909 to 1912 and 1935, correspondence by and about the author, financial and legal documents, and portraits of the author11ocn033009277rcrd19591.00Millay, Edna St. VincentNorma Millay reading poems of her sister, Edna St. Vincent Millay, in the Recording Laboratory, Dec. 8, 1959102ocn008495453book19690.79Millay, NormaMayflowers : a reminiscence11ocn609634755mix0.47Bynner, WitterWitter Bynner correspondence and research archive, 1889-1984Criticism, interpretation, etcSourcesRecords and correspondenceCollection of Witter Bynner-related materials gathered by Evelyn Ortner in the course of writing an M.A. thesis at Drew University, 1973. Bynner letters to and from all correspondents except Ortner are photocopies, chiefly from the Witter Bynner collection in the Houghton Library, Harvard University: The collection also includes 44 vols. by or about Bynner11ocn071070273file1.00Sifton, Paul FieldPaul Field Sifton and Claire Sifton papersRecords and correspondenceCorrespondents include Esther Root Adams, Brooks Atkinson, Helen Gahagan Douglas, Paul H. Douglas, Walter Frank, Ruth Esther Howe, John F. Kennedy, Heinrich Kranz, James I. Loeb, David Loth, Norma Millay, Adrienne Morrison, Reinhold Niebuhr, James G. Patton, Roy Reuther, Victor G. Reuther, Walter Reuther, Carl Rose, Leah Javne Salisbury, Herman Shumlin, and Herbert Bayard Swope11ocn071131298mix1.00Millay, Edna St. VincentEdna St. Vincent Millay collectionRecords and correspondenceCorrespondence, poetry, plays, family papers, photographs, and other papers relating chiefly to Millay's life and literary career. Includes short stories by her sister Kathleen Millay and an excerpt from Blue Pastures by Mary Oliver. Subjects include poetry, operas, producing The King's Henchmen, Millay's biography, her relationship with George Dillon, the death of Elinor Wylie, disposition of Millay's papers, and social activities. Correspondents include Eugen Boissevain, Lola Bronstein, Witter Bynner, George Dillon, Charles Hamilton, Alice Baur Hodges, Anne Lanfranchi, Nino Lanfranchi, Nancy Milford, Norma Millay, Frank Shay, Nan Sussmann, and Deems Taylor11ocn071062198mix1.00Fine, William MWilliam M. Fine papersRecords and correspondenceCorrespondence, manuscript drafts, and production materials relating to Fine's book, That Day With God (1965), a collection of sermons and eulogies from all parts of the world delivered on the Sunday following the death of President John F. Kennedy. Correspondents include Richard Cardinal Cushing, Norma Millay (Ellis), Rose Kennedy, and Adele Simpson11ocn232008647mix1.00Deming, BarbaraHistorySeries V, Writings by others, contains manuscripts of poems, plays, stories, essays, and books by BD's friends and acquaintances. Every series in this collection (particularly Series II) includes similar material, but BD kept this set separate+-+8270657155+-+8270657155Fri Mar 21 15:25:07 EDT 2014batch17037