Found in 19 Collections and/or Records:
1913-1966. A collection of copied and pasted clippings of published poetry by select Latin American poets organized in a 78-page scrapbook. The authors include Blanco-Belmonte, Darío, Villaespesa, Heredia, among others. Included as well are 7 loose pieces of poetry published and unpublished.
The collection consists primarily of poetry volumes by Reverend Joseph Forster Hogben, an Episcopal priest who worked among the Native Americans and was also an Army chaplain. He won many distinguished awards for his poetry. There are also holy cards as well as book marks in the collection.
This collection, with documents dating from the 1930s through 2012, contains various university documents in French and German, and other official documents in Swiss German from the Swiss Embassy/Consulate in New Orleans and Washington, DC. Also included are various letters, playbills, writings, drawings, and memorabilia from Maya Hackett's personal life including copies of paintings and correspondence from New Orleanian Phyllis Parun.
The collection consists forty-one letters, thirty-nine of which are from Paul Claudel to Eve Francis. Paul Claudel (1868-1955) was a French poet and dramatist and Eve Francis (1896-1980) was an actress. They had been friends since Francis had first played the part of Sygne de Coufontaine in the creation of "L'Otage." The correspondence deals with Francis' life, which Claudel finds lacking in religious faith, and with the staging and interpretation of various plays by Claudel.
The collection consists of poems, correspondence, newspapers clippings, certificates, and diplomas of Dr. Richard Ray Kirk, author, poet, and former professor of English literature at Tulane University. There are also poems by Kirk with color illustrations by Helen Hamilton and Angela Gregory.
The Sarah Doerries papers consists of unpublished manuscripts and annotated poetry. As an active editor and writer, Sarah contributed to the art community of New Orelans and Cincinnati alike.