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Literary File, 1919-1978 (continued)
Introductions
Byron Price at the Library of Congress, [May 1945?]
Book of children's stories by Muna Lee
Cultural Relations by Muna Lee
Eloges and Other Poems by Saint-John Perse
The Last Men of the Revolution by Elias B. Hillard, edited by Wendell D. Garret
Our Singing Country by Alan and John Lomax
The Year of Peril by Thomas Hart Benton, Mar. 1942
Prose
"Is Mr. Lincoln Dead?" undated
Jefferson (Thomas) Bicentennial, 1943
(3 folders)
"The Knowable and the Known," undated
"Library of Congress Employee Relations Program," Personnel Administration, May 1943
"Lilienthal's Atomic Energy," undated
"Looking Jefferson in the Eye," New York Times, 17 June 1973
"Memorials Are for Remembrance," Architectural Forum, Sept. 1944
"Mr. Nixon and the American Dream," undated
BOX 37 "The Next Harvard," Atlantic Monthly, May 1941
"A Note on Alexis Saint-Léger Léger," Poetry, Mar. 1942
"Notes on a Manifesto on Racial Equality," 12 Sept. 1944
"Notes on the Teaching of Writing," undated
"Now Let Us Address the Main Question: Bicentennial of What?" New York Times, 3 July 1976
On The Irresponsibles
On Walter Lippmann, 1977
"One American," undated
"The Poems of Emily Dickinson," undated
"Post-War Writers and Pre-War Readers," New Republic, 10 June 1940
"The Premise of Meaning," American Scholar, Summer 1972
"Rediscovering the Simple Life," McCall's,Apr. 1972
"Reflections on the Occasion of Mr. MacLeish's Return From Persia," 1926
"Return From the Excursion," undated
Reviews
Out of the People by J. B. Priestly
Pastoral by Robert Hillyer
"The Ramparts We Watch"
"Riders on Earth Together, Brothers in Eternal Cold," New York Times, 25 Dec. 1968
"Santayana, the Poet," undated
"Silencing the Times," New York Times, 18 June 1971
"South America III: Chile," undated
"South America IV: The Argentine," undated
"Sweet Land of Liberty," Collier's, 8 July 1955
"The Swing Right," Civil Liberties, Feb. 1969
"The Teacher's Faith," undated
"The Third Anniversary," undated
"A Time Without a Mirror"
"To Face the Real Crisis: Man Himself," undated
"Topsails and Conestogas," undated
"Tribute to John Hall Wheelock," 26 Nov. 1978
"The Venetian Grave," Saturday Review, 9 Feb. 1974
"Victory Without Peace," Saturday Review, 9 Feb. 1946
"We Have Purpose, We All Know It," Life, 30 May 1960 See also Container 45, "The National Purpose," June 1960
"We've Been Pretending That We Didn't Know It's Just One World," San Francisco Chronicle, 26 Apr. 1945
"What Is 'English'?," undated
"Who Killed Cockrobin?," undated
BOX 38 "The Women's War," Junior League Magazine, Sept. 1942
"Words Are Not Enough," Nation, 13 Mar. 1943
"The Worn at Heart," undated
"Yankee Skipper," Yale Review, June 1949
Untitled
(2 folders)
Printed copies, 1934-1974, undated
(3 folders)
Screenplays and scripts
"The Eleanor Roosevelt Story," motion picture, 1965
Correspondence
Manuscript drafts
BOX 39 "It Can't Last"
"John Keats"
"Magie Prison," 1967
Correspondence
Manuscript and typescript drafts
Miscellany
Morgan, Arthur, film project
"Our Lives, Our Fortunes and Our Sacred Honors," telecast
"The Star-Spangled Banner," recordings script for the Smithsonian Institution, 15 Feb. 1968
"This Is Your Enemy," introduction
War Loan Drive script for Orson Welles, June 1944
BOX 39-50 Speeches and Lectures File, 1939-1978
Handwritten and typewritten drafts, correspondence, trial lines, printed copies, notes and worksheets, outlines, proofs, and miscellaneous items relating to classroom lectures, interviews, and radio and television broadcasts.
Arranged by type of material and chronologically therein, except for the classroom lectures, which are arranged alphabetically by course title.
BOX 39 Classroom lectures
English
180, An Approach to Poetry
190
283, Forms and Conditions of Modern Poetry
(1 folder)
BOX 40 (1 folder)
Humanities
130, An Approach to Poetry
(4 folders)
BOX 41 (1 folder)
130a, An Approach to Poetry
136
Chinese poetry lectures
John Keats lectures
BOX 42 Ezra Pound lectures
Rainer Maria Rilke lectures
William Butler Yeats lectures
Unidentified lectures and notes
Interviews
1945
5 Jan., Johannes Steele broadcast
17 Jan., "March of Time" broadcast
1952, 10 Nov., recorded interview
1960, Jan., Hall, Donald, "An Interview With Archibald MacLeish," Horizon
1972, Mott, Ben de, interview for Paris Review
1974, Oct., Heyen, William, and Anthony Piccione, "A Music That Means: A Conversation With Archibald MacLeish," edited by Philip L. Gerber at Brockport Writers' Forum
1975, Kressler, David J., interview for Ph.D.
1976, 7 Mar., "A Conversation With Archibald MacLeish," Public Broadcasting System, Bill Moyers' Journal"
Lectures
1944, 31 May, Walgren lecture, University of Chicago, Chicago, Ill.
1947, 11 June, Dartmouth College, Hanover, N.H., outline for course on "Great Issues"
1952, July, Nashville, Tenn., on the teaching of poetry
1958, Oct., "Poetry and Journalism," Seymour lecture, Minneapolis, Minn.
BOX 43 1967, 1 Nov., "The Teacher and the Lively Arts," Education Council for School Research and Development
Undated
Holyoke Community College, Holyoke, Mass., seminar on the writer's art
"The Language of Poetry," paper prepared for the Columbia Conference on "The Unity of Knowledge"
"Human Values in the World Today" Mount Holyoke College, Holyoke, Mass.
"Poetry and the Anti-World"
"Poetry and the Arable World"
Radio and television broadcasts
1939, 26 Dec., Broadcast address on Johann Gutenberg
1940
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