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BOX-FOLDER 67/43 Tibbett, Grace.
Shadows on this wall. [S.l. : s.n.], 1932.
Contains the following poem: To Elinor.
Inscribed to Warren from Grace Tibbett (Mrs. Lawrence Tibbett), February 1933.
BOX-FOLDER 67/44 Tibbett, Mrs. Lawrence.
Wood etchings. New York: Harper & Brothers, 1923.
Contains the following poem: To Elinor.
Inscribed to Warren from Grace Tibbett (Mrs. Lawrence Tibbett), August 1, 1925.
BOX-FOLDER 67/45 Turner, Nancy Byrd.
A riband on my rein. Hartford, Connecticut: Edwin Valentine Mitchell, Inc., 1930.
Annotated poems: Tahe Little Christ and The Little road.
The books' endpages are filled with Warren's notes regarding history's thinkers.
BOX-FOLDER 67/46 Untermeyer, Louis.
Modern American poetry: a critical anthology; revised and enlarged edition. New York: Harcourt, Brace and Company, 1921.
Annotated poem: At the crossroads (author: Richard Hovey); later used by Warren for song At the crossroads.
Inscribed to Warren by Gertude Ross, Christmas, 1921.
BOX-FOLDER 67/47 Untermeyer, Louis.
Modern American poetry: a critical anthology; 5th revised edition. New York: Harcourt, Brace and Company, undated.
Annotated poems: Out of the cradle endlessly rocking (author: Walt Whitman); The Dark hills (author: Edwin Arlington Robinson); Stopping by woods on a snowy evening, The Road not taken (author: Robert Frost); To a golden-haired girl (author: Vachel Lindsay); and Water lilies (author: Sara Teasdale)
Teasdale's poem became the text for Warren's song If you have forgotten.
BOX-FOLDER 67/48 Untermeyer, Louis.
Modern British poetry. New York: Harcourt, Brace and Howe, 1920.
Annotated poem: Ode (author: Arthur O'Shaughnessy)
Bortin note: "This text was set to music Warren titled We are the music makers."
BOX-FOLDER 67/49 Untermeyer, Louis.
A treasury of great poems, English and American. New York: Simon and Schuster, 1942.
Annotated poem: Ballad of good counsel (author: Geoffrey Chaucer; modern version by Henry van Dyke)
The endpages contain several notes by Warren.
BOX-FOLDER 67/50 Van Doren, Mark, editor.
American poets, 1630-1930. Boston: Little, Brown, and Company, 1932.
Annotated poems: A Forest hymn (author: William Cullen Bryant); Hymn of the city (author: William Cullen Bryant); My lost youth (author: Henry Wadsworth Longfellow) and Why is it (author: Henry Wadsworth Longfellow)
Warren has written additional notes on the endpages.
BOX-FOLDER 67/51 Van Doren, Mark, editor.
An anthology of world poetry. New York: Literary Guild of America, 1928.
Annotated poems: On being sixty (author: Arthur Waley); Ode (author: unknown)
Warren has written additional notes on thr endpages.
BOX-FOLDER 67/52 Verhaeren, Emile.
Afternoon. New York: John Lane Company, 1917.
Annotated poems: XII and XVI-XVII. Heavily annotated - in French.
BOX-FOLDER 66/4 Warren, James G.
Warren - Remick and allied families: a genealogical outline with biographical notes. [Privately printed for the author by] American Historical Company, Inc., 1949.
Privately printed genealogy compiled by Elinor Remick Warren's father - James Garfield Warren, just before his death, in 1949. Contains Warren's mother's family (Remick) and other related families.
BOX-FOLDER 67/53 Whitman, Walt.
Leaves of grass. New York: The Heritage Reprints, undated.
Annotated poem: Song for all seas, all ships.
Warren has used the book's endpages to write notes regarding other poems found in the book.
Laid into the original volume: four typed poems found by Virginia Bortin prior to sending the book to the New York Public Library.
BOX-FOLDER 67/54 Widdemer, Margaret.
The old road to paradise. New York: Henry Holt and Company, 1918.
Annotated poem: The dark cavalier.
BOX-FOLDER 66/5 Yearbook. Westlake School for Girls.
Vox Puellarum, volume 13, number 1. Los Angeles, California: Westlake School for Girls, June 1918.
Photocopy containing portions of the Yearbook that feature Warren.
Two of Warren's early songs were included in the Yearbook: A Song of Christmas, text by Agnes Moulton, and My love is like a red, red rose, text by Robert Burns.
BOX-FOLDER 67/55 Yeats, W. B.
The Oxford book of modern verse, 1892-1935. New York: Oxford University Press, 1936.
Annotated poem: Cat's meat (author: Harold Monro)
BOX 75, 84 Miscellany, 1961-1975
A small notebook, containing various composition aids and tips; a tour guidebook of Israel, dated 1975; a metal printer's plate of the title page to Warren's printed score of Abram in Egypt; a watercolor painting of Abram in Egypt; a poster of Warren's Requiem; and a small envelope containing unused Elinor Remick Warren bookplates.
Arranged alphabetically by subject.
BOX-FOLDER 75/13 Bookplates, undated
Several unused bookplates identical to the bookplates found on Warren's personal books.
BOX-FOLDER 75/14 Notebook of musical composition aids, undated
Small notebook containing musical notes and tips useful to composition.
BOX-FOLDER 84/4 Painting, Abram in Egypt, circa June 1961
Watercolor painting on poster board of Abram in Egypt, painted by Pat Hopper, a member of the Roger Wagner Chorale; presented to Warren following the premiere of the work on June 7, 1961.
BOX-FOLDER 84/5 Poster, Requiem, November 1965
Announced ticket sales for three spring 1966 concerts, one being Warren's new work Requiem (the world premiere took place on April 3, 1966)
BOX-FOLDER 75/15 Printing plate, circa 1960s
The plate contains a reverse image of the title page to the choruses only score of Abram in Egypt, H. W. Gray Company, Inc.
BOX-FOLDER 75/16 Tour guide, 1975
Used by Warren and her husband during their August 1976 trip to Israel for a series of Abram in Egypt performances. The book contains two pages of handwritten notes.

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