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Collection Details


Collection Name: Sara Teasdale Letters to Joyce and Aline Kilmer
Repository Name: University of Delaware. Library. Special Collections Department [Repository Details]
Repository Location: Newark, Delaware, United States
URL: http://www.lib.udel.edu/ud/spec/findaids/teasdale.htm
Dates Spanned: 1912-1932
Description: Teasdale addresses the first four letters in this collection to poet and critic Joyce Kilmer. Born Alfred Joyce Kilmer on December 6, 1886, in New Brunswick, New Jersey, he attended Rutgers College (1904-1906) and was graduated from Columbia University with an A. B. in 1908. In June of the same year he married Aline Murray, step-daughter of Henry Mills Alden. Before joining the staff of the New York Times Magazine and Review of Books in 1913, he worked on the staff of the Standard Dictionary (1909-1912) and as editor of the Churchman (1912-1913).
Estimated Total of Interviews: 142
Broad Subjects: Intellectual life; Literature
ASP Subjects: Authors; Letters; Literature; Poetry; Poets; United States; Writing
Collection Code: OHC0004932