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Guide to the Jane Kenyon Papers, 1961-1995

Collection number: MC 164

Size: 49 boxes (17.00 cu.ft.)

About Jane Kenyon (1947-1995)

Jane Kenyon was born in Ann Arbor, Michigan on May 23, 1947 and grew up on its outskirts, on a dirt road opposite a working farm. She went to a one-room schoolhouse until the fifth grade. At the University of Michigan she majored first in French and then in English, receiving a Bachelor of Arts degree in 1970 and a Master of Arts degree in English in 1972. That same year she married Donald Hall, whom she had met while a student at the University of Michigan. In 1975, the couple moved to Eagle Pond Farm in Wilmot, New Hampshire, Hall’s grandparents’ place where he had spent childhood summers (see String Too Short To Be Saved). Here they lived and worked together – “engaged separately in a common enterprise,” as Hall puts it in the afterword to Otherwise – until Kenyon’s death from leukemia on April 22, 1995.

Although Kenyon started to write poetry in junior high school and won an Avery Hopwood Award for poetry at the University of Michigan in 1969, she said in an interview that she “didn’t really get going” seriously in her work until the move to Eagle Pond. Her first book, From Room to Room was published in 1978 by Alice James Books, a poetry cooperative of which she was a member. She was co-founder and co-editor (with Joyce Peseroff) of Green House, a poetry magazine, from 1976-1980. In 1992 she was awarded a Guggenheim Foundation fellowship, and in 1994 a PEN/Voelcker Award. She was featured with Hall in the Emmy Award-winning Bill Moyers special, “A Life Together” At the time of her death in 1995 she was New Hampshire Poet Laureate.

Jane Kenyon published four books of poetry during her lifetime – From Room To Room (1978), The Boat of Quiet Hours (1986), Let Evening Come (1990), and Constance (1993) – and one book of translations, Twenty Poems of Anna Akhmatova (1985). Two posthumous collections, Otherwise: New and Selected Poems and A Hundred White Daffodils: Essays, Interviews, The Akhmatova Translations, Newspaper Columns, and One Poem, were published in 1996 and 1999, respectively.

About the Jane Kenyon Papers

The Jane Kenyon Papers are arranged in fourteen series. The first, and largest, series (Boxes 1-19) is comprised of manuscript drafts of all of Kenyon’s published and unpublished poetry and prose. The second series (Boxes 20-25) consists of correspondence to Kenyon. Series III through V, comprising personal journals, notebooks, and pocket day-timers, are found in Boxes 26 and 27. Series VI-X (Boxes 28-35) are made up of materials relating either to projects Kenyon was involved in – the alicejames poetry cooperative, Green House, the New Hampshire State Council on the Arts – or to specific areas of her life outside of writing, such as the trips to India of 1991 and 1993, and her academic experience at the University of Michigan. Series XI contains oversized materials, while Series XII and XIII are comprised, respectively, of the various tributes to Kenyon since her death and of manuscripts by other writers. Series XIV contains photographs (prints and negatives), many of them of Kenyon.

Administrative Information

Access Restrictions

Permission to view the collection must be obtained in advance from the Jane Kenyon Estate, c/o Donald Hall, Eagle Pond Farm, 24 US Route 4, Wilmot, NH 03287-4438 or fax (603) 735-5702.

Copyright Notice

Contents of this collection are governed by U.S. copyright law. For questions about publication or reproduction rights, contact Special Collections staff.

Preferred Citation

[Identification of item], Jane Kenyon Papers, 1961-1995, MC 194, Milne Special Collections and Archives, University of New Hampshire Library, Durham, NH, USA.

Acquisitions Information

Donation: Donald Hall, 1998 (Accession number: 98.006)

Collection Arrangement

This collection is arranged in fourteen series. The first and largest series is comprised of manuscript drafts of Kenyon’s published and unpublished poetry and prose. Oversized materials are separated into their own series. This collection is not fully processed. Material is currently being incoporated into nearly all series, and although this guide is not fully reflective of the collection in its entirety, it is a solid representation of what the collection currently contains. Series XI and XII are unprocessed and their series listings are incomplete.

Collection Contents

Series I: Manuscripts

(19 boxes)

Subseries A: From Room To Room, 1978

Box 1
Box 1, Folder 1 Layout materials
Box 1, Folder 2 Jacket blurbs
Box 1, Folder 3 Proof 3
Box 1, Folder 4 Proof 2
Box 1, Folder 5 Proof 1
Box 1, Folder 6 Draft of book
Box 1, Folder 7 Draft of book
Box 1, Folder 8 Draft of book
Box 1, Folder 9 Draft, with comments by Michael Benedikt
Box 1, Folder 10 Draft, with comments by George Schneeman (cover illustrator)
Box 1, Folder 11 Draft of book under final title with letter from Greg Orr
Box 1, Folder 12 Draft of book under final title
Box 1, Folder 13 Early draft of book under title “Under A Blue Mountain”
Box 1, Folder 14 Early draft of book under title “Changing Light,” submitted for Whitman Award
Box 1, Folder 15 Draft of book under title “Changing Light”
Box 1, Folder 16 Draft of book under title “Changing Light,” with notes by Alice Mattison [?]
Box 2
Box 2, Folder 1 Partial draft of book under title “Changing Light”
Box 2, Folder 2 Draft of book under title “Cages Opening”
Box 2, Folder 3 Draft of book under title “Cages Opening”
Box 2, Folder 4 Draft of first section of book
Box 2, Folder 5 Fragment of first section of book in draft
Box 2, Folder 6 Draft of first section under title “The House With Green Shutters”
Box 2, Folder 7 “After an Early Frost”
Box 2, Folder 8 “Afternoon in the House”
Box 2, Folder 9 “American Triptych”
Box 2, Folder 10 “At a Motel Near O’Hare Airport”
Box 2, Folder 11 “At the Feeder”
Box 2, Folder 12 “The Box of Beads”
Box 2, Folder 13 “Cages”
Box 2, Folder 14 “Cages”
Box 2, Folder 15 “Cages”
Box 2, Folder 16 “Cages”
Box 2, Folder 17 “Changes”
Box 2, Folder 18 “Changing Light”
Box 2, Folder 19 “The Circle on the Grass”
Box 2, Folder 20 “Cleaning the Closet”
Box 2, Folder 21 “The Clothes Pin”
Box 2, Folder 22 “The Cold”
Box 2, Folder 23 “Colors”
Box 2, Folder 24 “Falling”
Box 2, Folder 25 “Finding a Long Gray Hair”
Box 2, Folder 26 “For the Night”
Box 2, Folder 27 “From Room to Room”
Box 2, Folder 28 “From the Back Steps”
Box 3
Box 3, Folder 1 “Full Moon in Winter”
Box 3, Folder 2 “Hanging Pictures in Nanny’s Room”
Box 3, Folder 3 “Here”
Box 3, Folder 4 “In Several Colors”
Box 3, Folder 5 “Ironing Grandmother’s Tablecloth”
Box 3, Folder 6 “Leaving Town”
Box 3, Folder 7 “My Mother”
Box 3, Folder 8 “The Needle”
Box 3, Folder 9 “Now That We Live”
Box 3, Folder 10 “Six Poems from Anna Akhmatova”
Box 3, Folder 11 “Starting Therapy”
Box 3, Folder 12 “The Suitor”
Box 3, Folder 13 “The Thimble”
Box 3, Folder 14 “This Morning”
Box 3, Folder 15 “Two Days Alone”
Box 3, Folder 16 “Year Day”

Subseries B: Twenty Poems of Anna Akhmatova, 1985

Box 3, Folder 17 Two photocopies of the published book
Box 3, Folder 18 Proof
Box 3, Folder 19 Early draft of book
Box 3, Folder 20 Early draft of book
Box 3, Folder 21 Typed draft with Donald Hall’s notes
Box 3, Folder 22 Typed draft with Vera Dunham’s notes
Box 3, Folder 23 Typed draft of book
Box 4
Box 4, Folder 1 Typed draft of book
Box 4, Folder 2 Holograph draft of book
Box 4, Folder 3 Drafts of “Introduction”
Box 4, Folder 4 Drafts of “Introduction”
Box 4, Folder 5 Early drafts (1982) of “Introduction”
Box 4, Folder 6 Early groupings of Akhmatova translations: “Six Poems by Anna Akhmatova” and “Two Translations of Anna Akhmatova”
Box 4, Folder 7 “The memory of sun weakens in my heart”
Box 4, Folder 8 “Evening hours at the desk”
Box 4, Folder 9 “I know, I know the skis”
Box 4, Folder 10 “The Guest”
Box 4, Folder 11 “There is a sacred, secret line in loving”
Box 4, Folder 12 “Like a white stone in a deep well”
Box 4, Folder 13 “Everything promised him to me”
Box 4, Folder 14 “Yes I loved them, those gatherings late at night”
Box 4, Folder 15 “Twenty-first. Night. Monday”
Box 4, Folder 16 “There is a certain hour every day”
Box 4, Folder 17 “We walk along the hard crest of the snowdrift”
Box 4, Folder 18 “All day the crowd rushes one way, then another”
Box 4, Folder 19 “The river flows without hurry through the valley”
Box 4, Folder 20 “The mysterious spring still lay under a spell”
Box 4, Folder 21 “I hear the always-sad voice of the oriole”
Box 4, Folder 22 “You are an apostate: for a green island”
Box 4, Folder 23 “Wild honey has the scent of freedom”
Box 4, Folder 24 “It is not with the lyre of someone in love”
Box 4, Folder 25 “Tale of the Black Ring”
Box 4, Folder 26 “On the Road”
Box 4, Folder 27 Drafts of “Notes” for book
Box 4, Folder 28 “And now you are heavy and dejected” (does not appear in final version of book)
Box 4, Folder 29 “The Cellar of Memory” (does not appear in final version of book)
Box 4, Folder 30 “Frosty sun. Marching, marching” (does not appear in final version of book)
Box 4, Folder 31 “I don’t claim to be a prophet” (does not appear in final version of book)
Box 4, Folder 32 “It is simple, it is clear” (does not appear in final version of book)
Box 5
Box 5, Folder 1 “Oh it was not you that I loved”
Box 5, Folder 2 “Song…”
Box 5, Folder 3 “Song of the Last Meeting”
Box 5, Folder 4 “A strange captive!”
Box 5, Folder 5 “Suddenly the house turned quiet”
Box 5, Folder 6 “To wake at dawn”
Box 5, Folder 7 “White Night”
Box 5, Folder 8 Early drafts of Akhmatova poems not included in book – “I have only one smile…,” “Requiem,” various poems from The White Flock period (included is a postcard from Robert Bly)
Box 5, Folder 9 Correspondence with Ally Press (Paul)
Box 5, Folder 10 Correspondence with Robert Bly
Box 5, Folder 11 Correspondence with Vera Sandomirsky Dunham
Box 5, Folder 12 Correspondence with Carl Kay (Firefly Press)
Box 5, Folder 13 Correspondence with The Ohio Review
Box 5, Folder 14 Correspondence with Joyce Peseroff
Box 5, Folder 15 Correspondence with River Styx
Box 5, Folder 16 Translations by others
Box 5, Folder 17 “Five Poems by Anna Akhmatova” (Serge Prokofiev)
Box 5, Folder 18 “Six Poems & Requiem,” translated by Linchevskaya & Macdonald
Box 5, Folder 19 “The Eight Stages of Translation” by Robert Bly
Box 5, Folder 20 Translation Information – Articles
Box 5, Folder 21 “Yevgeny Yevtushenko: a candid conversation with the flamboyant doyen of Russian poetry”
Box 5, Folder 22 Das Medizinische Prisma – The Schizophrenic Puzzle, Henry Warren Dunham (Vera’s father?)

Subseries C: The Boat of Quiet Hours, 1986

Box 5, Folder 23 Galley proof returned by Alice Quinn
Box 5, Folder 24 Galley proof
Box 5, Folder 25 Galley proof
Box 5, Folder 26 Draft of book under final title returned from Graywolf Press, June 18, 1986
Box 5, Folder 27 Draft of book under final title sent to Graywolf Press
Box 5, Folder 28 Draft under title “The Little Boat”- revision sent back to Alice Quinn
Box 5, Folder 29 Draft under title “The Little Boat” sent to Alice Quinn
Box 6
Box 6, Folder 1 Draft of book under the title “The Little Boat” sent to Wesleyan University Press & Princeton University Press
Box 6, Folder 2 Draft of book sent to W. W. Norton under title “The Little Boat”
Box 6, Folder 3 Draft of book under title “The Little Boat”
Box 6, Folder 4 Draft of book under title “The Little Boat”
Box 6, Folder 5 Draft of book under title “The Little Boat” with notes by Wesley McNair
Box 6, Folder 6 Draft of book under title “The Little Boat” “for playing with”
Box 6, Folder 7 Draft of book under title “The Pond at Dusk”
Box 6, Folder 8 Draft of book sent to Holt, Rinehart & Winston under title “The Pond at Dusk”
Box 6, Folder 9 Draft (no title)
Box 6, Folder 10 Draft (no title)
Box 6, Folder 11 Draft (no title)
Box 6, Folder 12 Draft (no title)
Box 6, Folder 13 Draft (no title)
Box 6, Folder 14 Draft (no title)
Box 6, Folder 15 Draft (no title) with Priscilla Sears’ comments
Box 7
Box 7, Folder 1 “At the Town Dump”
Box 7, Folder 2 “After Traveling”
Box 7, Folder 3 “Alone for a Week”
Box 7, Folder 4 “Apple Dropping into Deep Early Snow”
Box 7, Folder 5 “The Appointment”
Box 7, Folder 6 “April Walk”
Box 7, Folder 7 “At the Summer Solstice”
Box 7, Folder 8 “Back from the City”
Box 7, Folder 9 “The Bat”
Box 7, Folder 10 “Beaver Pool in December”
Box 7, Folder 11 “Breakfast at the Mount Washington Hotel”
Box 7, Folder 12 “Briefly It Enters, and Briefly Speaks”
Box 7, Folder 13 “Bright Sun After Heavy Snow”
Box 7, Folder 14 “Camp Evergreen”
Box 7, Folder 15 “Campers Leaving: Summer 1981″
Box 7, Folder 16 “Cold Day in August”
Box 7, Folder 17 “Coming Home at Twilight in Late Summer”
Box 7, Folder 18 “Deer Season”
Box 7, Folder 19 “Depression”
Box 7, Folder 20 “Depression in Winter”
Box 7, Folder 21 “Drink, Eat, Sleep”
Box 7, Folder 22 “Evening at a Country Inn”
Box 7, Folder 23 “Evening Sun”
Box 7, Folder 24 “Father and Son”
Box 7, Folder 25 “February: Thinking of Flowers”
Box 7, Folder 26 “The Hermit”
Box 7, Folder 27 “High Water”
Box 7, Folder 28 “Ice Storm”
Box 7, Folder 29 “Indolence in Early Winter”
Box 7, Folder 30 “Inertia”
Box 7, Folder 31 “Inpatient”
Box 7, Folder 32 “Killing the Plants”
Box 7, Folder 33 “The Little Boat”
Box 7, Folder 34 “Main Street: Tilton, New Hampshire”
Box 7, Folder 35 “Mud Season”
Box 7, Folder 36 “No Steps”
Box 7, Folder 37 “November Calf”
Box 7, Folder 38 “The Painters”
Box 8
Box 8, Folder 1 “Parents’ Weekend: Camp Kenwood”
Box 8, Folder 2 “Philosophy in Warm Weather”
Box 8, Folder 3 “Photograph of a Child on a Vermont Hillside”
Box 8, Folder 4 “The Pond at Dusk”
Box 8, Folder 5 “Portrait of a Figure Near Water”
Box 8, Folder 6 “Rain in January”
Box 8, Folder 7 “Reading Late of the Death of Keats”
Box 8, Folder 8 “Reading Late of the Death of Keats”
Box 8, Folder 9 “The Sandy Hole”
Box 8, Folder 10 “Sick at Summer’s End”
Box 8, Folder 11 “Siesta: Barbados”
Box 8, Folder 12 “Siesta: Hotel Frattina”
Box 8, Folder 13 “Song”
Box 8, Folder 14 “Summer 1890: Near the Gulf”
Box 8, Folder 15 “Sun and Moon”
Box 8, Folder 16 “Teacher”
Box 8, Folder 17 “Things”
Box 8, Folder 18 “Thinking of Madame Bovary”
Box 8, Folder 19 “Travel: After a Death”
Box 8, Folder 20 “Trouble with Math in a One-Room Country School”
Box 8, Folder 21 “Twilight: After Haying”
Box 8, Folder 22 “The Visit”
Box 8, Folder 23 “Walking Alone in Late Winter”
Box 8, Folder 24 “Wash”
Box 8, Folder 25 “What Came to Me”
Box 8, Folder 26 “What It’s Like”
Box 8, Folder 27 “Whirligigs”
Box 8, Folder 28 “Who”
Box 8, Folder 29 “The Wild Asters”
Box 8, Folder 30 “Yard Sale”
Box 8, Folder 31 Notes
Box 8, Folder 32 Correspondence from Graywolf Press
Box 8, Folder 33 Graywolf contract and royalty statements
Box 8, Folder 34 Correspondence from publishers: A-H
Box 8, Folder 35 Correspondence from publishers: K-W
Box 9
Box 9, Folder 1 Correspondence from magazines, radio, etc.
Box 9, Folder 2 Correspondence from readers
Box 9, Folder 3 Book reviews
Box 9, Folder 4 Cover
Box 9, Folder 5 Miscellaneous

Subseries D: Let Evening Come, 1990

Box 9, Folder 6 Proof of book
Box 9, Folder 7 Proof of book
Box 9, Folder 8 Draft of book
Box 9, Folder 9 Draft of book
Box 9, Folder 10 Early draft of book under title “We Let the Boat Drift”
Box 9, Folder 11 “After the Hurricane”
Box 9, Folder 12 “After An Illness: Walking the Dog”
Box 10
Box 10, Folder 1 “After an Illness, Walking the Dog”
Box 10, Folder 2 “After the Dinner Party”
Box 10, Folder 3 “After the Hurricane”
Box 10, Folder 4 “After Working Long on One Thing”
Box 10, Folder 5 “April Chores”
Box 10, Folder 6 “At the Dime Store”
Box 10, Folder 7 “At the IGA: Franklin, NH”
Box 10, Folder 8 “At the Public Market Museum: Charleston, South Carolina”
Box 10, Folder 9 “At the Public Market Museum: Charleston, South Carolina” and (accompanying material)
Box 10, Folder 10 “At the Spanish Steps in Rome”
Box 10, Folder 11 “At the Winter Solstice”
Box 10, Folder 12 “The Blue Bowl”
Box 10, Folder 13 “A Boy Goes Into the World”
Box 10, Folder 14 “Catching Frogs”
Box 10, Folder 15 “Christmas Away from Home”
Box 10, Folder 16 “Church Fair”
Box 10, Folder 17 “The Clearing”
Box 10, Folder 18 “Cold Wave”
Box 10, Folder 19 “Cultural Exchange”
Box 10, Folder 20 “Dark Morning: Snow”
Box 10, Folder 21 “Dry Winter”
Box 10, Folder 22 “Father and Son”
Box 10, Folder 23 “Geranium”
Box 10, Folder 24 “Going Away”
Box 10, Folder 25 “The Guest”
Box 10, Folder 26 “Heavy Summer Rain”
Box 10, Folder 27 “Homesick”
Box 10, Folder 28 “Ice Out”
Box 10, Folder 29 “In the Grove: The Poet at Ten”
Box 10, Folder 30 “Insomnia”
Box 10, Folder 31 “Last Days”
Box 10, Folder 32 “Learning in the First Grade”
Box 11
Box 11, Folder 1 “Leaving Barbados”
Box 11, Folder 2 “Leaving Barbados”
Box 11, Folder 3 “Let Evening Come”
Box 11, Folder 4 “The Letter”
Box 11, Folder 5 “Letter to Alice”
Box 11, Folder 6 “Lines for Akhmatova”
Box 11, Folder 7 “Now Where?”
Box 11, Folder 8 “On the Aisle”
Box 11, Folder 9 “The Pear”
Box 11, Folder 10 “Private Beach”
Box 11, Folder 11 “September Garden Party”
Box 11, Folder 12 “Small Early Valentine”
Box 11, Folder 13 “Spring Changes”
Box 11, Folder 14 “Spring Snow”
Box 11, Folder 15 “Staying at Grandma’s”
Box 11, Folder 16 “Staying at Grandma’s”
Box 11, Folder 17 “Summer in the Suburbs: 6:00 AM”
Box 11, Folder 18 “Taking Down the Tree”
Box 11, Folder 19 “Three Crows”
Box 11, Folder 20 “Three Songs at the End of Summer”
Box 11, Folder 21 “The Three Susans”
Box 11, Folder 22 “Waiting”
Box 11, Folder 23 “Walking in January Before Dawn”
Box 11, Folder 24 “Walking Notes: Hamden, Connecticut”
Box 11, Folder 25 “Wash Day”
Box 11, Folder 26 “We Let the Boat Drift”
Box 12
Box 12, Folder 1 “While We Were Arguing”
Box 12, Folder 2 “With the Dog at Sunrise”
Box 12, Folder 3 “Work”

Subseries E: Constance, 1993

Box 12, Folder 4 Proof of book
Box 12, Folder 5 Proof of book
Box 12, Folder 6 Draft of book
Box 12, Folder 7 Draft of book
Box 12, Folder 8 Draft of book
Box 12, Folder 9 Draft of book
Box 12, Folder 10 Draft of book
Box 12, Folder 11 Draft of book
Box 12, Folder 12 Draft – Fragments
Box 12, Folder 13 “The Argument”
Box 12, Folder 14 “August Rain, After Haying”
Box 12, Folder 15 “Back”
Box 12, Folder 16 “Biscuit” / “Not Writing”
Box 12, Folder 17 “Chrysanthemums”
Box 12, Folder 18 “Climb”
Box 12, Folder 19 “Coats”
Box 12, Folder 20 “Fear of Death Awakens Me”
Box 12, Folder 21 “Gettysburg: July 1, 1863″
Box 12, Folder 22 “Having It Out With Melancholy”; Includes comments by Mary Lyn Ray
Box 13
Box 13, Folder 1 “In Memory of Jack”
Box 13, Folder 2 “Insomnia at the Solstice”
Box 13, Folder 3 “Litter”
Box 13, Folder 4 “Moving the Frame”
Box 13, Folder 5 “Notes from the Other Side”
Box 13, Folder 6 “Not Here”

“Not Writing” – see Box 12, Folder 16 “Biscuit”

Box 13, Folder 7 “Otherwise”
Box 13, Folder 8 “Peonies at Dusk”
Box 13, Folder 9 “Pharaoh”
Box 13, Folder 10 “A Portion of History”
Box 13, Folder 11 “Potato”
Box 13, Folder 12 “The Secret”
Box 13, Folder 13 “Sleepers in Jaipur”
Box 13, Folder 14 “The Stroller”
Box 13, Folder 15 “Three Small Oranges”
Box 13, Folder 16 “Windfalls”
Box 13, Folder 17 “Winter Lambs”
Box 13, Folder 18 Collection of poems from Constance
Box 13, Folder 19 Jane Kenyon’s folder with Psalm & Shaker Hymn
Box 13, Folder 20 Early Poems – “Pictures”
Box 13, Folder 21 Book contract
Box 13, Folder 22 Book cover

Subseries F: Otherwise: New and Selected Poems, 1996

Box 13, Folder 23 One-page outline for contents (Donald Hall)
Box 13, Folder 24 Title page – selections to be considered: “New and Selected Poems”
Box 13, Folder 25 “Afternoon at MacDowell”
Box 13, Folder 26 “The Call”
Box 13, Folder 27 “Caesarean”
Box 13, Folder 28 “Drawing from the Past”
Box 13, Folder 29 “Dutch Interiors”
Box 13, Folder 30 “Eating the Cookies”
Box 13, Folder 31 “Fat”
Box 13, Folder 32 “Happiness”
Box 13, Folder 33 “How Like the Sound”
Box 13, Folder 34 “Man Eating”
Box 13, Folder 35 “Man Sleeping”
Box 13, Folder 36 “Man Walking”
Box 13, Folder 37 “No”
Box 13, Folder 38 “Photograph of a Child on a Vermont Hillside”
Box 14
Box 14, Folder 1 “Prognosis”
Box 14, Folder 2 “Reading Aloud to My Father”
Box 14, Folder 3 “The Sick Wife”
Box 14, Folder 4 “Spring Evening”
Box 14, Folder 5 “Surprise”
Box 14, Folder 6 “The Way Things Are in Franklin”
Box 14, Folder 7 Collection of new poems in Otherwise
Box 14, Folder 8 Selections to be considered: From Room to Room
Box 14, Folder 9 Selections to be considered: From Room to Room
Box 14, Folder 10 Selections to be considered: Boat of Quiet Hours
Box 14, Folder 11 Selections to be considered: Let Evening Come
Box 14, Folder 12 Selections to be considered: Constance
Box 14, Folder 13 Selections to be considered: “Poems Maybe Omitted?”
Box 14, Folder 14 Reviews

Subseries G: A Hundred White Daffodils: Essays, Interviews, The Akhmatova Translations, Newspaper Columns, and One Poem, 1999

Box 14, Folder 15 4th Draft – Contents
Box 14, Folder 16 4th Draft – Introduction
Box 14, Folder 17 4th Draft – I. Twenty Poems of Anna Akhmatova
Box 14, Folder 18 4th Draft – II. Gardens, the Church, and a Mountain
Box 14, Folder 19 4th Draft – III. Talking to Neighbors
Box 14, Folder 20 4th Draft – IV. Notes on Literature and the Arts
Box 14, Folder 21 4th Draft – V. Interviews
Box 15
Box 15, Folder 1 4th Draft – VI. A Poem
Box 15, Folder 2 3rd Draft – Twenty Poems of Anna Akhmatova
Box 15, Folder 3 3rd Draft – Notes on Literature and the Arts
Box 15, Folder 4 3rd Draft – Gardens, The Church, and a Mountain
Box 15, Folder 5 3rd Draft – Talking to Neighbors
Box 15, Folder 6 3rd Draft – Interviews
Box 15, Folder 7 3rd Draft – A Poem
Box 15, Folder 8 3rd Draft – “Omit” (To be omitted)
Box 15, Folder 9 3rd Draft – Alice [Mattison]‘s suggestions
Box 15, Folder 10 2nd Draft – Twenty Poems of Anna Akhmatova
Box 15, Folder 11 2nd Draft – Notes on Literature and the Arts
Box 15, Folder 12 2nd Draft – Talking to Neighbors
Box 15, Folder 13 2nd Draft – Interviews
Box 15, Folder 14 2nd Draft – Jane’s Remains / 2 and Contents
Box 15, Folder 15 1st Draft – Introduction
Box 15, Folder 16 1st Draft – Twenty Poems of Anna Akhmatova
Box 15, Folder 17 1st Draft – Notes on Literature and the Arts
Box 15, Folder 18 1st Draft – Gardening and the Church
Box 15, Folder 19 1st Draft – Verses on Occasion
Box 16
Box 16, Folder 1 1st Draft – Talking to Neighbors
Box 16, Folder 2 1st Draft – Interviews
Box 16, Folder 3 1st Draft – “Omit” (To be omitted)
Box 16, Folder 4 Draft – Fragments
Box 16, Folder 5 “A Day to Loaf”
Box 16, Folder 6 “Dreams of Math”
Box 16, Folder 7 “Edna Powers”
Box 16, Folder 8 “Estonia and New Hampshire”
Box 16, Folder 9 “Every Year the Light”
Box 16, Folder 10 “The Five-and-Dime”
Box 16, Folder 11 “Gabriel’s Truth”
Box 16, Folder 12 “A Garden of My Dreams”
Box 16, Folder 13 “A Gardner of the True Vine”
Box 16, Folder 14 “Good-bye and Keep Cold”
Box 16, Folder 15 “The Mailbox”
Box 16, Folder 16 “The Moment of Peonies”
Box 16, Folder 17 “The Mud Will Dry”
Box 16, Folder 18 “Notes of a Novice Hiker”
Box 16, Folder 19 “The Phantom Pruner”
Box 16, Folder 20 “The Physics of Long Sticks”
Box 16, Folder 21 “Poetry and the Mail”
Box 16, Folder 22 “Reflections on a Roadside Warning”
Box 16, Folder 23 “Season of Change and Loss”
Box 16, Folder 24 “Snakes in the Grass?”
Box 16, Folder 25 “South Danbury Church Fair”
Box 16, Folder 26 “Summer Comes Alive”
Box 16, Folder 27 “Woman, Why Are You Weeping?”
Box 16, Folder 28 Notes – Donald Hall
Box 16, Folder 29 Correspondence – Donald Hall
Box 17
Box 17, Folder 1 Background Info – Collection of Printed Work
Box 17, Folder 2 Early compilation sent to Graywolf Press
Box 17, Folder 3 Background Info – Compressed Verses
Box 17, Folder 4 Background Info – AWP Chronicle (Article and Proof)
Box 17, Folder 5 Background Info – Articles
Box 17, Folder 6 Background Info – Articles

Subseries H: Let Evening Come: Selected Poems, Tarset, Northumberland: Bloodaxe Books, 2005

Box 17, Folder 7 Author’s proof, pp. 1-83
Box 17, Folder 8 Author’s proof, pp. 84-176

Subseries I: Individual Poems

Box 17, Folder 9 The New Yorker - “Back”
Box 17, Folder 10 The New Yorker – “Gettysburg, July 1, 1863″
Box 17, Folder 11 The New Yorker – “Thinking of Madame Bovary”
Box 17, Folder 12 “Wash Day” in Heart of the Flower: Poems for the Serious Gardener, Uncorrected Manuscript
Box 17, Folder 13 “Words for Warrant” – Town of Wilmot, New Hampshire Town Report (JK poem on cover)

Subseries J: Prose

Box 17, Folder 14 “An ascent on the last day…” (for the Concord Monitor)
Box 17, Folder 15 “Are snakes lurking…” (for the Concord Monitor)
Box 17, Folder 16 “Campaign to stop the violence…” (for the Concord Monitor)
Box 17, Folder 17 “Clinton adds hope…” (for the Concord Monitor)
Box 17, Folder 18 “A day to loaf…” (for the Concord Monitor)
Box 17, Folder 19 “Dreams of math…” (for the Concord Monitor)
Box 17, Folder 20 “Every year, the light shines…” (for the Concord Monitor)
Box 17, Folder 21 “For a poet, a white envelope…” (for the Concord Monitor)
Box 17, Folder 22 “A garden of my dreams” (for the Concord Monitor)
Box 17, Folder 23 “A gardener…” (for the Concord Monitor)
Box 17, Folder 24 “Have faith…” (for the Concord Monitor)
Box 17, Folder 25 “Hunting can be right or wrong…” (for the Concord Monitor)
Box 17, Folder 26 “In harmony with…” (for the Concord Monitor)
Box 17, Folder 27 “Joys amid the shadows…” (for the Concord Monitor)
Box 17, Folder 28 “Life without Edna…” (for the Concord Monitor)
Box 18
Box 18, Folder 1 “Like bulbs planted…” (for the Concord Monitor)
Box 18, Folder 2 “The mailbox…” (for the Concord Monitor)
Box 18, Folder 3 “Reflections on a roadside…” (for the Concord Monitor)
Box 18, Folder 4 “Savor a vanishing world…” (for the Concord Monitor)
Box 18, Folder 5 “Season of change…” (for the Concord Monitor)
Box 18, Folder 6 “Top dog” (for the Concord Monitor)
Box 18, Folder 7 “Walk briskly…” (for the Concord Monitor)
Box 18, Folder 8 “With Reveille, summer…” (for the Concord Monitor)
Box 18, Folder 9 Book Review for Kathleen Fraser’s New Shoes, Green House, 2:2, Spring 1979, p.67
Box 18, Folder 10 “Good-bye and Keep Cold,” Yankee, November 1990
Box 18, Folder 11 “The Moment of Peonies,” Yankee, June 1991
Box 18, Folder 12 “Moment of Peonies,” Dirt: A Garden Journal from the Connecticut River Valley
Box 18, Folder 13 “A Proposal for NH Writers,” Ex Libris, (NH Writers and Publishers Project Newsletter)

Subseries K: Unpublished Poetry

Box 18, Folder 14 Early Poems – “After Breakfast”
Box 18, Folder 15 “After the Flood”
Box 18, Folder 16 “Alice’s Ashes & Objects in the Tomb”
Box 18, Folder 17 “Alone for the First Week of Summer”
Box 18, Folder 18 Early Poems – “Another Poem”
Box 18, Folder 19 “At night I dream…”
Box 18, Folder 20 Early Poems – “Baseball Rhymes”
Box 18, Folder 21 Early Poems – “Before the Movers Came”
Box 18, Folder 22 “Cabin Fever”
Box 18, Folder 23 Early Poems – “Cleaning Out My Wallet”
Box 18, Folder 24 “Coming through for Larry and Shelly”
Box 18, Folder 25 “Country Talk, Gathered at the Behest of Our Junior Pastor, South Danbury Church”
Box 18, Folder 26 Early Poems – “Driving Through Manchester on Sunday Afternoon”
Box 18, Folder 27 Early Poems – “Eighth Grade English”
Box 18, Folder 28 “Emergency Landing”
Box 18, Folder 29 “The Fig Tree”
Box 18, Folder 30 “Flies”
Box 18, Folder 31 Early Poems – “For Peter”
Box 18, Folder 32 Early Poems – “Found Poem”
Box 18, Folder 33 “Frustration Poem”
Box 18, Folder 34 Early Poem – “Fucker…”
Box 18, Folder 35 “In the Nursing Home”
Box 18, Folder 36 Early Poems – “inventory”
Box 18, Folder 37 “The Jade Plant”
Box 18, Folder 38 “Julian”
Box 18, Folder 39 “Kissing”
Box 18, Folder 40 “Living with the Animals”
Box 18, Folder 41 “Mosaic of the Nativity”
Box 18, Folder 42 “Mutability or Loss”
Box 18, Folder 43 “The Mystery of Lawlessness”
Box 18, Folder 44 “Names of Horses” (?) [This is a Donald Hall poem]
Box 18, Folder 45 “The Necessary Angel Comes to Call”
Box 18, Folder 46 “Projectionist & the Popcorn Girl”
Box 18, Folder 47 “The round oak table…”
Box 18, Folder 48 Early Poems – “The Salesman”
Box 18, Folder 49 “Shaker Hymn”
Box 18, Folder 50 Early Poems – “Small Closet Poems”
Box 19
Box 19, Folder 1 Early Poems – “Tetrameter Ode…”
Box 19, Folder 2 Early Poems – “Their days together…”
Box 19, Folder 3 Early Poems – “This Anger”
Box 19, Folder 4 Early Poems – “Ties”
Box 19, Folder 5 “Tree Work”
Box 19, Folder 6 “Untitled”
Box 19, Folder 7 “The Valentine Ditty”
Box 19, Folder 8 “Wasp”
Box 19, Folder 9 “Water Strider”
Box 19, Folder 10 “When My Knee Is Bent”
Box 19, Folder 11 “The Whole Thing”
Box 19, Folder 12 “Words for a Warrant”
Box 19, Folder 13 Collection of Kenyon’s poems
Box 19, Folder 14 Collection of Kenyon’s poems
Box 19, Folder 15 Collection of Kenyon’s poems
Box 19, Folder 16 Collection of Kenyon’s poems
Box 19, Folder 17 Early Poems – Fragments and unfinished poems
Box 19, Folder 18 [Automatic] – “After the Crash”
Box 19, Folder 19 [Automatic] – “The… Brie”
Box 19, Folder 20 [Automatic] – “A day in the life of a poet who is forced to try automatic writing”
Box 19, Folder 21 [Automatic] – “Disappearances”
Box 19, Folder 22 [Automatic] – “From Notes”
Box 19, Folder 23 [Automatic] – “Notice to all Burglars”
Box 19, Folder 24 [Automatic] – “Painless Dentistry”
Box 19, Folder 25 “Dream of Getting Under” by Kate Jones

Subseries L: Unpublished Prose

Box 19, Folder 26 “Childhood, when you are in it…”
Box 19, Folder 27 “Delivery”
Box 19, Folder 28 “A friend and I talked recently…”
Box 19, Folder 29 “I’ll learn by example…”
Box 19, Folder 30 “I was eleven when my aunt…”
Box 19, Folder 31 “Lord I believe that you are closer…”
Box 19, Folder 32 “New London Lavender”
Box 19, Folder 33 “Seven years old,…”
Box 19, Folder 34 “Some Notes on Illustration and Format”
Box 19, Folder 35 “The Turnaround Place”
Box 19, Folder 36 “The Turnaround Place” – contains 3 corr.
Box 19, Folder 37 “When there has been a death…”
Box 19, Folder 38 “When we had been here a few days…”
Box 19, Folder 39 [False Starts] “By now you have noticed that I write peculiar editorials…”
Box 19, Folder 40 [False Starts] “It’s a good thing we forget, from year to year.”
Box 19, Folder 41 [False Starts] “A Modest Proposal”
Box 19, Folder 42 [False Starts] “We have survived the holidays.”

Subseries M: Other

Box 19, Folder 43 “As the Bread Must First Be Broken” – text for song
Box 19, Folder 44 “Brenton’s Automatic Miracle Machine” – delivered paper
Box 19, Folder 45 Festschrift – “Walking Swiftly: Writing & Images,” on the occasion of Robert Bly’s 65th Birthday – Text by Jane Kenyon
Box 19, Folder 46 “Jump-Start Me Jesus” – song by Jane Kenyon and Donald Hall
Box 19, Folder 47 Rough notes for a possible lecture topic: “Questions of Travel: An Appreciation of the Works of Elizabeth Bishop.”
Box 19, Folder 48 “Third Bank of the River” – Jane Kenyon’s Libretto
Box 19, Folder 49 Writing Workshop Notes
Box 19, Folder 50 Juvenilia
Box 19, Folder 51 Juvenilia
Box 19, Folder 52 Juvenilia
Box 19, Folder 53 Misc. manuscript notes (See also: Subject Files: University of Michigan Academic Work and Subject Files: Donald Hall’s Class

Series II: Correspondence, 1972-1995

(13 boxes)

Box 20
Box 20, Folder 1 Correspondence from Jane Kenyon (15): Dr. Rudolph Almasy (re: Kat Blackbird), 1993 (1); note to Don Campbell, 1979 (1); Vera Dunham, undated (1); Linda Erk, undated (1); Ellen Foos (drafts for Graywolf of blurb for Let Evening Come), 1989-1990 (1); Allen and Yvonne King, 1994 (3); Christine Krishnasami, 1992 (2); Livraria Jose Olympio (re: The Third Bank of the River), 1984 (1); Marjon van den Bosch, 1988 (1); Linda Ray Wilson, 1994 (1); Linda [?] (re: The Turnaround Place), (see: Box 19 Folder 36), 1992 (1) and The U.S. Fulbright Foundation, 1992 (1)
Box 20, Folder 2 Correspondence from Jane Kenyon: Thom Schramm, 1988 (14)
Box 20, Folder 3 Correspondence from Jane Kenyon: Thom Schramm, 1989 (16)
Box 20, Folder 4 Correspondence from Jane Kenyon: Thom Schramm, 1990 (15)
Box 20, Folder 5 Correspondence from Jane Kenyon: Thom Schramm, 1991-1994 (20) and 1 CD containing scans of the above letters to Thom Schramm from 1988-1994
Box 20, Folder 6 Correspondence to Jane Kenyon: Lois Aaron, 1985-1988 and 3 undated (6); Helen Gott Abbott, 1990 (1); The Academy of American Poets (Janie Fink; Bill Wadsworth; Jennifer O’Grady; Bruno Navasky), 1986-1994 (5); Barbara Akerman, 1994 (1) and note from R. Aldridge, undated (1)
Box 20, Folder 7 Alice James Books (re: From Room to Room) (Alicia Ostriker; Catherine Hawkes; Suzanne Matson), 1978-1995 (11) and Alice James Summer Institute, 1979-1980 (2)
Box 20, Folder 8 Bonnie Allen, 1999 and 1 undated (2); Senator Peter Allen, 1978-1980 (2); Gloria Alley (re: Filaments of Faith), 1988-1994 and 2 undated (16)
Box 20, Folder 9 Ally Press (and Ally Press Center)(Paul Feroe, Thomas R. Smith), 1984-1992 (23)
Box 20, Folder 10 American Center, 1993 (1); The American Congregational Library Association, 1979 (1); American Hemerocallis Society Display Garden (Nan), 1987 (1); American Peony Society, 1991 (1); American Poetry Review (Steve B.), 1979-1983 (2); The American Voice (Frederick Smock), 1987 (2); Amherst Writers and Artists (Genie Zeiger), 1988 (1); Marian Anderson, 1990 (1); Angela’s Attic (Debbie Makishi), 1995 (1); Donald Anon, 1996 (1); Apple Tree Book Shop (Eric Griffel), 1990 (2); Apple-wood Press, 1980 (1); Associated Writing Programs (Liam Rector; Andrea Collins; Peggy Schumaker; Tree Swenson), 1988-1993 (5); The Associated Writing Programs (David Fenza), 1995 (1); Association of New Hampshire Library Friends, Inc. (Dorothy Holden), 1986 (1) and The Attic (Ron Slate), 1978 (1)
Box 20, Folder 11 The Atlantic (Peter Davison), 1988-1992 (5); The Atlantic Monthly (Peter Davison), 1983-1995 (6); The Atlantic Monthly Press (Peter Davison), 1983 (1) and The Author’s Guild (re: Let Evening Come), c.1989 (1)
Box 20, Folder 12 John P. Bachini & Associates, P.C. (includes article on Jane Kenyon) undated (1); note from [Tania] Baker, 1995 (1); Pete and Norma Baldwin, 1979-1981 (3); Linda Bandecchi, 1983 (1); Rupam Baoni, 1992-1995 (12) and Coleman Barks, 1976 (1)
Box 20, Folder 13 Dave Barney, 1987-1994 (2); Dick Barnes (re: Hungry Again The Next Day), 1978 (1); Mary Baron (includes poetry), 1975-1987 and 1 undated (11); Barron & Stadfeld, P.C. (Dorothy M. Bickford re: Pauline Kenyon Estate), 1995 (1); Sabrina Barton, 1981 (1); The Bassettown Review (George Swaney), 1991 (2); Sylvia Bates (1) and Beacon Press (Wendy J. Strothman), 1993 (1)
Box 20, Folder 14 Sandy Beadle (includes poetry), 1978-1986 and 3 undated (19)
Box 20, Folder 15 Jeanne Beaumont, 1991 (1); Robin Becker, 1986-1990 (3); Patty Bell, 1981 (1); Michael Benedikt, 1978-1979 (3); Bennington College (Elizabeth Coleman), 1994 (1); Bennington Writing Workshops (Priscilla Hodgkins), 1993 (1); Berkshire School (Hilary Russell), 1986 (1); Reed (John and Perri?) Berkey, 1981 (1); Samantha Berman, 1999 (1); Anne Bernays, 1980 (1); Wendell and Tanya Berry, 1981-1994 (12) and The Best American Poetry (David Lehman), 1989-1995 (6)
Box 20, Folder 16 Bethlehem Poetry Council, 1989 (1); Joydeep Bhattacharya, 1993 (2); Bishop Family (re: A Service in Memory of Elizabeth Bishop), 1979 (1); Kat Snider Blackbird (includes poetry), 1993-1994 (2); Charlene Blackburn-Knight, 1978 (1); Paul Blackford, 1993 (2); Blacksmith Poetry (Gail Mazur), 1980 (1); Blacksmith Poetry Newsletter (re: In Memoriam Elizabeth Bishop), 1979 (2); Tonya Blackwell, 1992 (1) and Jan Blomstrom, 1993 (1)
Box 20, Folder 17 Joan W. Blos, 1978-1995 and 2 undated (32) and Sarah [Clunes] Blos, 1985-1986 (4); Marian Blue, 1993-1994 (3); Bluefish (Anselm Parlatore), 1986 (1) and Stephen Bluestone, 1977 (1)
Box 21
Box 21, Folder 1 Carol Bly (includes Small Towns) (The Seventies Press Bookstore; Odin House; Crosswords Custom), 1977-1994 and 2 undated (27)
Box 21, Folder 2 Robert Bly, 1972-1985 (20)
Box 21, Folder 3 Robert Bly (includes Gratitude to Old Teachers), 1987-1995 and 5 undated (13)
Box 21, Folder 4 Ruth (and Andy) Bly (includes 3 photos of Don Hall in Dec 19, 1991 letter), 1981-1994 (3); BOA Editions (Dale Davis; Al Poulin, Jr.), 1979-1983 (3); Marilyn J. Boe, 1988 (1); William Bolcom (and Joan Morris), 1981-1994 (5); Martin Booth, 1979 (2); Philip Booth, 1981-1994 (17); The Boston Phoenix (Lloyd Schwartz), 1978-1984 (4); Penny Boure, 1990-1993 (5) and Dave Bowen, 1995 (1)
Box 21, Folder 5 Maggi (and Carlton Bradford), 1986-1993 (5); David Bradt, 1993 (2); Brandeis University (Nadya Aisenberg), 1994 (1); Barbara (Bobbie) K. Bristol (Alfred A. Knopf), 1994 and 1 undated (4); Lucie Brock-Broido, 1992-1994 (6); Earl D. Brodie, 1993 (3); Sharon Broughton, undated (1); Chris Brown (re: Mice) (1); Dixie Brown, 1993 (1); Rosellen Brown, 1981 (1); Bruccoli Clark Layman, Inc. (Timothy C. Lundy), 1991 (1); Rae Bruce, 1992 (1); [Nick?] Brun, 1982 (1) and Richard Bryan, 1995 (1)
Box 21, Folder 6 David Budbill, 1980-1991 (17) and Lois Eby Budbill, 1983 (1)
Box 21, Folder 7 Jean Burden (Yankee), 1988 (1); Gerald Burns, 1986-1990 and 2 undated (15) and Wendy Button, 1995 (1)
Box 21, Folder 8 Penny Cagan, 1991-1992 (2); California State University (Philip Levine), 1990 (1); Canaan Town Library (Bill Craig), 1990 (1); Canterbury Shaker Village, 1982 (1); note from Daniela Canute, 1987 (1); Capability’s Books (Paulette Rickard), 1990-1992 (6); Carole Carlson, 1991-1994 (2); Julie Carlson, 1993 (1) and Janet Baker Carr, 1987-1993 and 4 undated (11)
Box 21, Folder 9 Hayden Carruth, 1979-1993 (30)
Box 21, Folder 10 Hayden Carruth, Jan-July 1994 (19)
Box 21, Folder 11 Hayden Carruth, Aug-Oct 1994 (15)
Box 21, Folder 12 Hayden Carruth, Nov 1994-April 1995 (17)
Box 22
Box 22, Folder 1 Rosalyn Carter (The White House), 1980 (1); Richard Cass, 1993 and 1 undated (2); Sally Caterine, 1990 (1); Ray and Jess Carver, 1982-1986 (3); Grace Cavalieri, 1985-1992 and 2 undated (10); The Center for Archaic Studies, 1978-1979 (2); Centrum (1980 Port Townsend Summer Arts brochure), 1980 (1); Byron Champlin, 1993 (1); [Sanh] Chanda, 1992 and 1 undated (3); Dianne Charron, 1982 (1); Elizabeth (Beth) A. C. Chase (Alice James), (1); Chicory Blue Press (re: Late Afternoon Woman) (Sondra Zeidenstein), 1990-1992 (7) and Sr. M. Christa (1)
Box 22, Folder 2 Carolyn Chute, 1978-1984 (30)
Box 22, Folder 3 Carolyn Chute, 1985-1995 and 4 undated (25)
Box 22, Folder 4 Eleanor Cioffi, 1981 (1); Laura A. Ciraolo, 1995 (1); Citadel (includes poetry) (Henry Hart), 1984 and 1 undated (2); Donald W. Clark, M.D., 1986-1988 (5); Walter Clark, 1987 (1); Victoria Clausi, 1994 (1) and Laura Clayton, 1984-1987 (16)
Box 22, Folder 5 Robert Clinton, 1993-1994 (3); Bill (and Ki) Clough, 1984 (1); Elinore H. and Carl Cochran, 1981-1995 (9); Jonathan Cohen, 1980 (1); Colby-Sawyer College (re: Meet The Composer; Commencement 1984), 1977-1985 (7); Carole Colbury, 1994 (1); Martha Cole, 1994 (1) and Pamela Fae Cole, 1985 (1)
Box 22, Folder 6 Colgate University, 1980 (1); Barbara Colin, 1980-1983 (2); Columbia Artists Management (Janice L. Mayer), 1994 (1); The Concord Monitor (Mike Pride), 1983-1994 (14); Concord Public Library (Bob Nardini), 1985 (3); The Condé Nast Permissions Dept. (Lincoln Richman), 2001 (1) and Edgar Rhodes Condict, 1993 (1)
Box 22, Folder 7 Connecticut Poetry Circuit, 1990 (1); Connections, 1992 (1); Contoocook Valley Regional High School (Margaret Carlson), 1985 (1); Clare Conway (Clare Lamb), 1979-1992 and 1 undated (11); Jane Cooper, 1978-1995 and 2 undated (23); Alfred Corn, 1991 (1); Myra Emmons Corneau, 1986 (1) and Jerry Costanzo, 1994 (1)
Box 22, Folder 8 Page P. Coulter (re: Poems Picture Perfect), 1992 (1); Country Journal (Peter V. Fossel), 1992 (1); Countryman Press (Lou Kamenstine), 1983 (1); Bill Craig, 1993 (1); Jamey Creager, 1995 (2); Audrey Curren (2); Kendel (Les and Tyler) Currier, 1994 (1); Richard Currier (Althea Barker and Jean Amsden), 1993 (1); The Currier Gallery of Art (re: Malcolm Cochran Fire, Newport: 1980), 1980 (1); CutBank (Dan Schofield), 1980 (1) and Anne Czarniecki, 1994 and 1 undated (2)
Box 22, Folder 9 Jane Dalglish (re: Winter Solstice), 1985 (1); Debi Daly, 1994 (1); Caroline E. Danforth (Jane’s aunt), 1979-1981 and 1 undated recipe (3); Dartmouth-Hitchcock Medical Center (Elsa Lind; Dr. Charles Solow; Dr. William Rigby), 1984-1994 (5); Charlotte Pitts Dean, 1980-1987 (13); Dean Junior College (Marcia Nourse; Amy Pelletier), 1993 (2); Sheila Deitz, 1988 (1) and Sheila Deitz-Bonenberger, 1989 (1)
Box 22, Folder 10 Susan (and Bonzo) Demarest, 1979-1984 (15) and Ingrid Denninger, 1981-1984 (8)
Box 22, Folder 11 Chard deNoird, 1992 (1); Hadwig Dertouzos, 1993 (1); Imtiaz Dharker (re: Bombay The name of god), 1993 and 1 undated (2); The Dial Press, 1980 (1); Annie Dillard (includes introduction to Jane Kenyon), 1984-1994 and 1 undated (5); E. L. Doctorow (re: An Open Letter To The President), c.1991 (1); Dr. Steven Doehrman, 1978-1984 (4); Laura (and Paul Dollaros), 1986 (1); Dennis Dooley, 1991 (1); Sonia Gitis-Dorfman, 1986 (1); Martha Dorow, 1993 (1); Karen Downing (1); Dragon Gate, 1980 (1) and Dresden Access Television, Inc. (Jeffrey Nintzel), 1993 (1)
Box 22, Folder 12 Merle (and Pat) Drown (includes poetry), 1978-1995 (8) and Yvonne Duffy, 1993 (1)
Box 22, Folder 13 Mary H. (Mrs. Robert S.) Dunham, 1981-1995 (4); Vera S. Dunham, 1980-1992 (27) and Dwyer and O’Grady, Inc. (Jeff), 1992 (1)
Box 22, Folder 14 Betty Eberhart, 1980-1982 (2); Ecco Press (1); Jane Kenyon Ecker (includes mats and family genealogy), 1990 (1); Carol Edgarian (and Tom Jenks), 1995 (1); Russell Edson, 1977-1981 (2); Edwards Brothers, Inc. invoice, 1977 (1) and Elie Ruuta Eelmae, 1988 (1)
Box 22, Folder 15 Alistair (and Barbara) Elliot, 1984-1994 and 1 undated (25)
Box 23
Box 23, Folder 1 Dock and Austine Ellis, 1978-1979 (2); Jane Forrestal Ellsworth, 1990 (1); Don L. Emblen, 1993 (1); Envoy (re: James Wright Memorial), 1981 (1); Mrs. Henry J. Ernst, 1979 (1); Ruth (and Trim, Evan and Bissell), 1995 (1); William B. Ewert, 1994 (2); The Executive Council of the State of New Hampshire (Bernard A. Streeter, Jr.), 1995 (1) and Trudy Eyges, 1993-1994 (2)
Box 23, Folder 2 Farrar, Straus & Giroux, Inc. (Leslie Faust; Liza Tucker; Robert Giroux), 1979-1984 (6); Joan Farrel, 1993-1994 and 1 undated (4); Bob and Dorothy Fasta, 1981 (1); Sal Federico, 1992 (1); Margie and Dennis Fenton, 1987-1995 (5); Clifford Paul Fetter, 1992 (1); Elizabeth Fielding, 1993 (1); Lois Fierro, 1981 (1); Georgette Fifield, 1993 (1) and Martha Fifield, undated (1)
Box 23, Folder 3 Caroline Finkelstein, 1977-1984 (31)
Box 23, Folder 4 Caroline Finkelstein (letters including 12 photos), 1985-1990 (36)
Box 23, Folder 5 Caroline Finkelstein (includes: poetry and 1 photo), 1991-1995 (26) and Nicholas Finkelstein, 1994 (1)
Box 23, Folder 6 Firefly Press (re: Peerless Mirror), 1981? (1); First Night New Hampshire (Paul Kerry), 1993 (1); Karen Fisk, 1990 (1); Ethel Fitz, 1987 (1); Marjorie [Fletcher], 1980-1989 (3); Robert W. Flint, 1985-1993 and 1 undated (10); Folger Shakespeare Library (Jean Nordhaus) (includes Poetry Series), 1991 (2); Robert Foote, 1990 (1); [Brenard Diar] Ford, 1975 (1); Ali and Frazer Ford, 1976 (1); Richard Ford, 1977-1994 and 1 undated (6); Betsy Foxham, 1994 (1); Francis Marion College (Bob Parkman), 1992 (1); Franciscan University of Steubenville (David Craig), 1992 (3); P. Frank, 1981 (1); Franz Bader Gallery (Paul Pollaro re: Recent Works), 1985 (1); Frannie Fremont-Smith, 1978-1990 (8); Friends of Thaxted Church (re: Membership), (1); Helen Frost, 1991 (1); Alice Fulton, 1990-1992 (4); Erica Funkhouser, 1979-1980 (2) and The Future of Literature, 1980 (2)
Box 23, Folder 7 The Galileo Press (Julia Wendel and Jack Stephens), 1984 (1); Tess (and Ray) Gallagher 1980-1994 (23); Gov. Hugh J. Gallen, 1980 (2); Dorothea [D.] Gamble, 1994 (1); Bob Garlitz, 1987-1993 (7)
Box 23, Folder 8 Gail Gauthier, 1993 (1); J. Ruth Gendler, 1991 (1); Geraldine R. Dodge Foundation (James Haba), 1992-1993 (5); Ed Germain, 1985 (1); The Gettysburg Review (Peter Stitt), 1992 (2); Gail Ghai, 1980 (1); Alice P. Gibbs, 1992 (1); Gagan Gill, 1993 (1); Mary Gillespie, 1977 (1); Janet Gilligan, 1993-1994 (2); Joan and Jim Gindin, 1979-1995 (4); Sonia Gitis (Gitis-Dorfman), 1982-1990 (7); Goatfoot Press (John J. Van Peenen), 1993 (1); Linda Goddard, 1993 (1); David R. Godine, 1981-1992 (2) and Nancy and Larry (Laurence) Goldstein, 1978 (1)
Box 23, Folder 9 Alice Goodman, 1982-1994 and 6 undated (34) and Geoffrey Goodman, 1978-1987 (3)
Box 23, Folder 10 Patricia Goodrich (includes 1 photo), 1991 (1); Sue Goodwin (re: The Legacy of American Poetry), 1986 (1); Carola E. Gouse, 1994 (2); Bob Graham, 1995 (1); Grand Street (Ben Sonnenberg), 1984-1989 (2) and Granite State Public Radio (FM 89 WEVO) (Marjon van den Bosch), 1988 (2)
Box 23, Folder 11 Graywolf Press (Scott Walker; Sheila Murphy; Lisa Morris; Tree), 1983-1989 (26)
Box 23, Folder 12 Graywolf Press (Ellen Foos; Rose O’Brien; Cathe Nelson; Robin Neidorf; Anne Czarniecki; Fiona McCrae; Ian Morgan), 1990-1995 and 9 undated (35)
Box 23, Folder 13 Green Haven Correctional Facility (Frances Sandiford), 1994 (1); Elaine Greenstein, 1993-1994 (2), Carolyn Holmes Gregory (includes poetry), 1981-1986 (6); Grolier Book Shop (Louisa Solano), 1978-1990 (3); Barbara Gross (includes: 2 photos and film), 1993 (1); Allen Grossman, 1979 (1); Florence Grossman, 1985 (1); David Grubin Productions, 1993-1994 (3); Joan Grubin (includes: artboard card Apr 1994), 1993-1994 (3) and Alice B. Guay (Merrimack County Savings Bank), 1989 (1)
Box 23, Folder 14 John Simon Guggenheim Memorial Foundation, 1982-1993 and 1 undated envelope (11); I. S. Gupta (Nicmar), 1993 (1); Collette Guren, 1994 (1); Jim Haba, 1981 (1); Habitat for Humanity, 1988 and 1 undated (2); Chris Hadin, 1992 (1) and Halbert’s, Inc. (Sharon Taylor), 1987 (1)
Box 24
Box 24, Folder 1 Andrew Hall, 1995 (1); Donald Hall, 1971-1979 and 1 undated (25) and Kirby Hall, 1981-1995 (2)
Box 24, Folder 2 Lucy Hall (Jane’s mother-in-law), 1972-1983 (34)
Box 24, Folder 3 Lucy Hall (Jane’s mother-in-law, included: 6 photos), 1984-1989 and 1 undated (26)
Box 24, Folder 4 Lucy Hall (Jane’s mother-in-law), 1990-1993 and 7 undated (23)
Box 24, Folder 5 Norma and Art Hall, undated (1); Philippa (Jerry, Allison and Abigail) Hall, 1980-1991 and 2 undated (11); Phyllis Hall, 1990 (1); Bill Hamilton (includes attached photo), 1981 (1); Chuck G. Hanzlicek, 1989 (1); Harcourt Brace Jovanovich (Marie Arnan-Ward; Linda Zuckerman), 1986-1992 (2); Harper & Row Junior Books Group (Lauri London), 1990 (1); Harper’s (Hayden Carruth), 1980-1983 (3) and Marie Harris, 1978-1992 and 1 undated (17)
Box 24, Folder 6 Pamela Harrison, 1990 (1); Esther L. Hartshorn, 1991 (1); Harvard Advocate, 1992 and 1 undated (2); Harvard College, 1992 (2); Harvard Magazine (Elizabeth Stevenson; Barnette Shuman; Christopher Reed), 1988-1993 (3); Harvard University (Seamus Heaney), 1994 (2); Gayle Ellen Harvey, 1979-1981 (2); Chris Hatfield, 1983-1984 (2); Jean Hayes, undated (1); Beatrice Hawley, 1981-1984 and 1 undated (3); Everett and Dorothy Heath, 1995 (1); [Russell Heath], 1996 (1); Esther Heinaste, 1988 (1); Elizabeth Helfman, 1990 (1); Christine Hemp, 1981 (1); Judith Hemschemeyer, 1984-1990 (3); Mark Henderson, undated (1); Henniker Review (Lea [Banbs]), 1981 (1); Burton Hersh, 1981 (1) and Bob Herz, 1979 (1)
Box 24, Folder 7 Rev. Charles (Chuck) Higgins, 1992 (1); Virginia (Ginny) Higgins, 1989-1994 (4); Alberta Hill, 1995 (1); Brenda Hillman, 1994 (1); Nancy Hillman, 1993 (1); Anne Hirondelle, 1993 (2); Lester Hirsh, 1993 (1); [Jane] Hirshfield, 1994 (1); Barbara (Mrs. Clayton) Hobart, 1987 (2); Annette C. Hodesh, 1983 (1) and Robert M. Hodesh, 1983-1986 (8)
Box 24, Folder 8 Jack L. Hoffman, 1989 (1); Hofstra University (includes 11 poems), 1982-1983 (1); Holt Rinehart & Winston, 1983 (1); Francis Norton [Honich], 1990 (1); Patricia Hooper, 1995 (1); Mark (and Annie) Hope, 1991 (1); Emily B. Hope, 1981 (1); Lynne Z. (and Albert) Hopkins, 1993-1995 and 3 undated (10); Hopkins Center, 1983 (1) and Hopwood Room (Harry Thomas; Andrea R. Beauchamp), 1979-1991 (4)
Box 24, Folder 9 Bert (Bertie) G.Hornback 1979-1985 (21)
Box 24, Folder 10 Bert (Bertie) G. Hornback (University of Michigan) 1986-1994 and 5 undated (25)
Box 24, Folder 11 Hospice Affiliates of N.H., 1983 (1); Hospice of the Kearsarge Valley (Joan Bucklin), 1984 (1); Houghton Mifflin Company (Laura Nash; Peter Davison), 1983-1992 (2); Ruth G. and Roger Houghton, 1985-1990 (6); Linda House, 1981 (1); House of Peace, 1991 (1); Peyton Houston, 1987 (1); Janet (and George) Howe (included: 1 photo) 1988-1995 and 2 undated (8); Linda Howe, 1991 (1) and Marie Howe, 1988-1995 and 2 undated (24)
Box 24, Folder 12 Parkman Howe, 1979-1981 (2); How(ever), 1983 (1); Richmond Hoxie, 1994 (1); J. Parker Huber, 1991-1992 (3); Bernice Huberman, 1980 (1); Kenneth Huberman, 1982-1986 (5); Hudson Bay Music Inc., 1994 (1); Sen. Gordon J. Humphrey, 1981 (2); Cynthia Huntington, 1981 (1); Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center Foundation (Dr. Frederick R. Appelbaum), 1995 (2) and Hyperion Books for Children (Andrea Cascardi), 1992 (1)
Box 24, Folder 13 Idaho State University (1); Collette Inez, 1985 (1); International Poetry Forum (Samuel Hazo), 1990 (1); The Iowa Review (David Hamilton), 1978-1990 and 3 undated (14) and Iowa U. Press (Morris and Marcia), 1981 (1)
Box 24, Folder 14 Aileen Ireland, 1981-1987 (21)
Box 24, Folder 15 Aileen Ireland, 1988-1994 and 1 undated (17)
Box 25
Box 25, Folder 1 Perrin Ireland, 1984 (1); Elizabeth Isele, undated (1); Islands and Continents Translation Award, 1980 (1); Dr. Lucky Jacobs, 1995 (3); Josephine Jacobsen, 1991 (1); Richard Erik and Raivo Jarvi (2); The Jefferson Inn (1); Carole Jenisch and Ted Hope (1) and Dr. Jack Jensen, 1985-1987 and 2 undated (9)
Box 25, Folder 2 Joan (“Jo” and Kris) McFadden-Jensen, 1977-1993 and 1 undated (12); Miles Jensen, 1989 (1); Ruth and Robert Jensen, 1991-1993 and 2 undated (4); Rebecca Jergens, 1989 (1); Marilyn Johnson, 1977 (1); Justine M. Joscelyne, 1995 (2); Betsy Joseph, 1990 (1); Jenny Joseph, 1979 (2) and Mary L. Jurta, 1984 (1)
Box 25, Folder 3 Jim Kates, 1983-1991 and 1 undated (3); Carl Kay (Firefly Press), 1979 (1); Nesta Kay, 1978-1995 (6); The Kearsarge Bookshelf (Carlton Bradford) (1); Betty Keig, 1994 (2); Jack Kelleher, 1993 (1); Hillary Eden Keller, 1993 (1), [Shaun?] Keller, 1994 (1); Ann Kellogg, 1990-1994 (2) and X. J. (Joe and Dorothy) Kennedy, 1978-1994 (4)
Box 25, Folder 4 Brianna Kenyon (2); Dawn (Reuel and Bree) Kenyon (Jane’s sister-in-law, brother and niece), 1975-1987 and 9 undated (2 photos in undated letter) (22)
Box 25, Folder 5 Pauline Miller Kenyon (Jane’s mother), 1975-April 1979 (includes fabric samples) (25)
Box 25, Folder 6 Pauline Miller Kenyon, May-December 1979 (fabric samples; 6 photos) (21)
Box 25, Folder 7 Pauline Miller Kenyon, January-July 1980 (includes fabric samples; photos) (22)
Box 25, Folder 8 Pauline Miller Kenyon, August-December 1980 (includes fabric samples) (21)
Box 25, Folder 9 Pauline Miller Kenyon, 1981 (17)
Box 25, Folder 10 Pauline Miller Kenyon, 1982 (includes fabric samples) (19)
Box 25, Folder 11 Pauline Miller Kenyon, 1983 (21)
Box 25, Folder 12 Pauline Miller Kenyon, 1984 (includes 6 loose photos) (10)
Box 26
Box 26, Folder 1 Pauline Miller Kenyon, 1985 (includes fabric samples) (22)
Box 26, Folder 2 Pauline Miller Kenyon, 1986 (includes fabric samples) (15)
Box 26, Folder 3 Pauline Miller Kenyon (includes 6 photos), 1987 (12)
Box 26, Folder 4 Pauline Miller Kenyon, 1988-1989 (includes fabric samples) (23)
Box 26, Folder 5 Pauline Miller Kenyon, 1990-1994 and 2 undated (includes fabric samples; photo) (21)
Box 26, Folder 6 Reuel Baldwin Kenyon (Jane’s father) (includes Kenyon family chart), 1975-1994 and 1 undated (11); The Kenyon Review (Philip D. Church; Carol Ann Ellis), 1983-1988 and 1 undated (6); Meg Kerr, 1993 (1); Lata Khubchandani, 1992-1993 (7); Yvonne (and Allen) King, 1994-1995 and 2 undated (10)
Box 26, Folder 7 Wayne D. King (1); Judy Kinley (1); Edward Kleinschmidt, 1978 (1); Elizabeth (“Liz”) Knies, 1979-1989 (includes photo) (22); Alfred A. Knopf Inc. (Alice Quinn, Bobbie), 1984-1995 and 6 undated (9); Lindsey Knowlton (1)
Box 26, Folder 8 David Kridler, 1980 (1); Christine Krishnasami, 1992-1995 (9); Dr. Kamal Kumar, 1992-1993 and 5 undated (12)
Box 26, Folder 9 Maxine Kumin, 1978-1995 (27); M.G.L., 1995 (1); Dee Dee Ladear (includes poetry), 1993 (1); Nancy Lagomarsino, 1987 (1) and Phyllis Landry, 1994-1995 (29)
Box 26, Folder 10 John Lane, 1979-1994 (8); Doris Langenau, 1981 (1); Tim Langlais, 1994 (1); The Language & Literature Dept. of University of Maine, 1989 (1); Colleen E. LaValley, 1989-1992 and 1 undated (3); Marcia H. Lawler, 1983 (2); Suzanne Lawson, 1994 (1); Samuel Lazarus, 1990 (1); The Leavitt Corporation (Morton J. Winer), 1985 (1); Hélène LeBorgne, 1989 (2) and George Lee, 1993 (1)
Box 26, Folder 11 Susan LeVan, 1991 (includes slide) (1); Philip Levine, 1988-1994 and 1 undated (7); Stephen Levy, 1979 (1); Dick Lewis (“Paper Doll” card) (1); Library of Congress (John C. Broderick; Nancy Galbraith), 1987 (4); Margaret Klee Lichtenberg, 1993-1994 (2); Elsa Lind, 1991-1994 (3); Little, Brown & Company (Joan Feinberg; Donna McCormick), 1980-1981 (2); Margo [Lockwood?], 1984 (1); Longhouse (Bob Arnold), 1982 (2); John Loughlin, 1994 (1); William Louis-Dreyfus, 1994 (1); Robert (and Sue) Louthan, 1978-1981 (7); Lungfish Review (Christopher Locke), 1994 (1); Alice Lunn, 1987-1994 (2); Alison Lurie, 1982 (1); Henry Lyman, 1983-1994 (7) and Harvey T. Lyon, 1989 (1)
Box 26, Folder 12 George MacBeth, 1991 (1); Douglas Macdonald, 1981 (1); Dorothy MacIntosh, 1986-1994 and 3 undated (6); Vicky (and Bill) MacKenzie, 1988 (1); Archibald MacLeish, 1978 (1); Eva Mansell (and Suzy Norris), 1990 (1); V.K. McCarty (envelope fragment) (1); Gerry McCauley,1972 (1); Heather McHugh, 1978-1994 and 1 undated (9); Susan McInerney, 1991-1994 (3); Robert A. McIntosh, 1987-1993 and 1 undated (8); Vivian Phillips McKie, 1985 (1) and Priscilla J. McMullen (1)
Box 27
Box 27, Folder 1 Diane McNair, 1995 (1); and Wesley McNair, 1978-1994 and 1 undated (43)
Box 27, Folder 2 Jim Maare, 1986 (1); Mary [Mac], 1984 (1); Elizabeth Macklin, 1991 (1); Mahoosuc Arts Council (Marguerite B. Graham), 1990 (3); Theresa [Maier], 1989 (1); Maine Writers & Publishers Alliance (Lisa Holbrook), 1994 (1); Fred Maitland, 1981-1982 (3); Abner Mal, 1976 (1); Martha M. Manning, 1994 (1); Mary Davis Marvel, (1); Kathryn (“Kay”) Martin 1978-1984 (6) and Cleopatra Mathis, 1983-1994 (3)
Box 27, Folder 3 Alice (and Edward, Jacob, Ben and Andy) Mattison, 1980-1984 (31)
Box 27, Folder 4 Alice Mattison, 1985 (16)
Box 27, Folder 5 Alice Mattison, 1986 (16)
Box 27, Folder 6 Alice Mattison, 1987 (27)
Box 27, Folder 7 Alice Mattison, 1988: January-June (24)
Box 27, Folder 8 Alice Mattison, 1988: July-December (22)
Box 27, Folder 9 Alice Mattison, 1989: January-June (24)
Box 27, Folder 10 Alice Mattison, 1989: July-December (31)
Box 27, Folder 11 Alice Mattison, 1990: January-June (20)
Box 27, Folder 12 Alice Mattison, 1990: July-December (22)
Box 27, Folder 13 Alice Mattison, 1991: January-June (19)
Box 27, Folder 14 Alice Mattison, 1991: July-December (14)
Box 27, Folder 15 Alice Mattison, 1992: January-June (20)
Box 27, Folder 16 Alice Mattison, 1992: July-Dec (27)
Box 28
Box 28, Folder 1 Alice Mattison, 1993: Jan-June (27)
Box 28, Folder 2 Alice Mattison, 1993: July-Dec (23)
Box 28, Folder 3 Alice Mattison, 1994: Jan-Apr (28)
Box 28, Folder 4 Alice Mattison, 1994: May-Aug (19)
Box 28, Folder 5 Alice Mattison, 1994: Sept-Dec (20)
Box 28, Folder 6 Alice Mattison, 1995: Jan-Apr (18)
Box 28, Folder 7 Alice Mattison, undated (12)
Box 28, Folder 8 Gail Matthews, 1994 and 2 undated (4); Mildred Shapley Matthews, 1994 (1); Diane Matza, 1979-1993 and 1 undated (11); Margaret (and John) Maxfield, 1993 (1); Lila (Mrs. Edward) May, 1982 (1) and Gail (and Michael) Mazur, 1980-1981 (2)
Box 28, Folder 9 Robert Mazzocco (1); Karina Melanson, 1990 (1); Debbie Melone, 1989 (1); Saroj Merani, 1992 (1); Zubin Mehta, 1987 (1); Eve Merriam, 1982 (1); Gov. Stephen Merrill, 1995 (2); Marilyn Merritt (includes poetry), 1990 (1); The Metropolitan Museum – The Cloisters (brochure) (1); Karen Maralee Meyer, 1996 (1); Michigan Quarterly Review (Laurence Goldstein), 1986 (1); Alice Miller (Aunt), 1987 (1); Dr. Bud (D. J.) Miller, 1985 (1); Mary Lynn Miller, 1995 (1) and Ralph J. Mills, Jr., 1979 (1)
Box 28, Folder 10 Marianne Milton (includes “Coal-Slit Dawn” poems), 1995 (1); Emily Yau Yee Ming, 1989 (1) and Minnesota Public Radio (Liz Fleischman), 1988-1994 (2)
Box 28, Folder 11 Paul Mirski & Associates Architects, 1993 (1); Missionaries of Charity (1); The Missouri Review ([Ross] Santos; Jeff Thomson), 1987-1991 (3); Mary Jane Moffat, 1987 (1); L. G. Mohan, 1995 (1); Monitor Book Company, Inc. (Alan F. Pater), 1980 (1); Robert L. Montgomery, 1994 (1); Carley Moore, 1995 (1); Francis W. Moore, 1995 (1); Jim Moore, 1991-1994 (2); Lorna Moore, 1978 (1); Ray and Pat Moran (1), Joan Morris (and William Balcom)(memorial card), [1995] (1); Wally and Sarah Morrison, 1993 (1) and Motheroot Publications (Ann Pride), 1979 (1)
Box 28, Folder 12 Randy Mott, 1981 (2); Rosalie Moseley, 1992 (2); Mount Saint Mary High School for Young Women (Caroline Mason), 1992 (3); Bill Moyers, 1994 (1); Sue Mulhearn, 1994 (3); Nancy Muller, 1992 (1); Alice Munro, 1988-1994 (3); Patrick J. Murphy, 1988 (1); Museum of Fine Arts (Gwen Lyman), 1980 (2); and Carol Muske, 1995 (1)
Box 28, Folder 13 City of Nashua (Caroline Mason), 1988 (2); The Nation (Grace ?), (1); National Endowment for the Arts (David Wilk, Joe B. Rodriguez, Frank S.M. Hodsoll), 1979-1986 (5); National Endowment for the Humanities (Grace Cavalieri), 1986 (1); National Marrow Donor Program (Kathryn A. Carver), 1994 (1); The Nature Conservancy (Roger)(includes poetry), 1990 (1) and Robert Nero (includes poetry), 1999 (1)
Box 28, Folder 14 The New Criterion (Robert Richman), 1983-1993 (40)
Box 28, Folder 15 New Directions, 1993 (1); New England Coalition on Nuclear Pollution, Inc. (Charles Flickinger), 1981 (1); New England Foundation for the Arts, Inc. (Melanie S. Best; Thomas Wolf), 1980-1983 (2); The New England Poetry Club (Diana Der-Hovanessian), 1990 (1); New Hampshire Branch of the International Order of the King’s Daughters and Sons (Dorothy Wright), 1979 (1); New Hampshire College (Don Sieker), 1989 (5); New Hampshire Commission on the Arts (Ellen Pope; Marie Harris, John G. Coe, Sally Gaskill, Robert J. Hankins), 1980-1985 (11) and New Hampshire Conference – United Church of Christ (Carole Carlson), 1991 and 1 undated (2)
Box 28, Folder 16 New Hampshire Humanities Council (Kathy Smith), 1993 (1); New Hampshire Public Television (Kevin Carlson), 1988 (1); New Hampshire State Council on the Arts (Susan Bonaiuto), 1987 (1); New Hampshire Vocational-Technical College (Nancy Marashio), 1988 (2); New Hampshire Writers and Publishers Project (1); The New Hampton School (Jane Willingham; Terry Buxton; Reed Beaupre), 1985-1990 (3); New Letters (Rebekah Riesson), (1); New London Hospital (Harry M. Lowd), 1989 (1); The New Republic (Robert Pinsky, Ann Hulbert, Mary Jo), 1978-1992 (12) and New Virginia Review, Inc. (Margaret Gibson, Mary Flinn), 1987-1995 (4)
Box 29
Box 29, Folder 1 The New Yorker (Deborah Graves; Howard Moss; Alice Quinn), 1974-1995 and 30 undated (32)
Box 29, Folder 2 The New Yorker (Deborah Graves, Howard Moss, Alice Quinn), undated (31)
Box 29, Folder 3 New York University (Phil Levine, Sharon), 1991-1994 (2); Ginnie Newhall, 1995 (1); Dr. W. G. Nichols, 1994 (1); Kristina (and Christos) Jensen-Nickolaidis, 1990 (1); Howard Norman (includes manuscripts), 1975 (1); W. W. Norton & Company (Jill Bialosky; Barry K. Wade; Frederick T. Courtright), 1989-1995 (4); Marsha Nourse (1); Nina Nyhart, 1979-1992 (6) and Deborah Nystrom, 1988 (1)
Box 29, Folder 4 Joyce Carol Oates, 1994 (1); Oberlin (Stuart Friebert), 1988 (1); Warren [Oblanche] (1); Catherine O’Brian, 1993 (1); D. O’Connell, 1994 (2); Hermina O’Dougherty, 1982 (1); Fred Ogmundson, 1985 (1); Mary Jane Ogmundson, 1984-1994 and 2 undated (6); The Ohio Review (Wayne Dodd; Robert Kinsley), 1984-1988 (4); Adrian Oktenberg, 1994 (1); Theo Oktenberg, 1982 (1); Marilyn Olbricht, 1994 (1); Julia Older, 1984-1994 (6); Sharon Olds, 1994-1995 (6); Mary Jane Oliver, 1994 (1); Georgianna Olsini, 1991 (1); Onthebus (Jack Grapes), 1993 (1); Sandra Oppermann, 1992 (1) and Orono High School Poetry Team, 1994 (1)
Box 29, Folder 5 Gregory Orr, 1976-1994 and 3 undated (14) and Trisha Orr (letters include: photos and “Celestial Messengers” by Maggie Lee Conroy), 1980-1994 and 1 undated (13)
Box 29, Folder 6 Ossipee Library (1); Alicia Ostriker, 1982 (1); Patricia O’Toole, 1988-1989 (2); Rosalie W. (Mrs. Kenneth R.) Ovenden, 1983 (1); Anneke Overseth, 1979 (1); David Oswald, 1981 (1); Oxfam-America (1); Ron Padgett, 1978 (1); Suenita Paeman, 1993 (1); Marie Pallett, 1995 (1); Bob [Parham?], 1992 (1); Partisan Review (Rosanna; William Phillips; Jane Uscilka), 1992-1993 (5); The Paris Review (Patricia Storace), (1); Sandi Pascucci, 1994 (1); [Kent] Paul, 1986 (1); Paulist Press, 1979 (1); Ann Payton (Florida Atlantic University), 1993 (1) and Molly Peacock, 1987-1994 (7)
Box 29, Folder 7 Peabody Home (Bev Clarenbach), 1980 (1); Zoe (Mrs. M. Joseph) Pearson, 1979-1990 and 1 undated (6); Scott Pearson, 1983 (1); Jean Pedrick 1979-1987 (5); R. Priya Jothi (includes poems), 1994 (1); Karen Peluso (and Chute Campbell), 1995 (1); Pen American Center (John Morrone), 1994 (4); Penthouse Variations, 1981 (1); Pepi Herrmann Crystal, Inc. (Mayla Andrews), 1994 (1); Pequod (Todd Gibson), 1992 (1); Leila Jane Percy (includes manuscripts), 1994-1995 (2); Dr. Perkins P. Perkins, 1984 and 1 undated (2); Alice Perry, 1992 (1) and Marion Perry, 1987-1990 (2)
Box 29, Folder 8 Joyce Peseroff (and Jeff White) (includes manuscripts), 1975-1980 (12)
Box 29, Folder 9 Joyce Peseroff (and Jeff White), 1981-1989 (36)
Box 29, Folder 10 Joyce Peseroff (and Jeff White) (includes poetry), 1991-1995 and 23 undated (29)
Box 29, Folder 11 Pet Letters to and from Jane Kenyon (Tristram; Gus), 1986 and 5 undated (6); Benjamin Franklin Pierce, 1992 (1); Tim Pierce (includes poetry), 1992 (1); Ronald Pies, 1994 (1); Toivo Pilli, 1990 (3); Robert Pinsky (includes poetry), 1979-1994 (8); Briana Pinkson (includes photo and paper tree), undated (1); Pioneer Theatre Co., 1988 (1); Pleasant Lake Veterinary Clinic, 1981 (1); Ploughshares, 1980-1987 (3); The Plum Review (Christina Daub), 1993 (1); Plymouth State College (Don; Ann Poisson), 1987-1989 (2) and Poems & Poetics (Annie Finch), 1993 (1)
Box 29, Folder 12 Poetry (Joseph Parisi; Helen Klaviter), 1982-1993 and 1 undated (15); Poetry Center S.U.N.Y., 1977 (1); Poetry Now (Ravi Mirchandani), 1986 (1); Poets House (Lee Bricetti), 1995 (1); Poetry Society of N.H., 1989 (1); The Poets’ Theatre (brochure), (1); Al Poulin, Jr., 1979-1986 (8); James Price, 1979 (1); Mike Pride, 1993 (1); Princeton University Press (Robert E. Brown, John Hollander, Joyce [Peseroff]), 1985 (3); Jim Pruett, 1995 (1); Ann Pugh, 1981 (1); Jane P. Purfield, 1992 (1) and Pushcart Press (Bill Henderson), 1983-1990 (2)
Box 29, Folder 13 Rev. James Quimby, 1980-1992 (38); Donna Rafdal, 1990 (1); Bhagwan Shree Rajneesh (1); Random House, Inc., 1983 and 1 undated (2), and Lokkur Vasanthi Rao, 1991-1992 (2)
Box 30
Box 30, Folder 1 Mary Lyn Ray, 1985-1988 (26)
Box 30, Folder 2 Mary Lyn Ray, 1989 (26)
Box 30, Folder 3 Mary Lyn Ray (includes photo), 1990-1995 (25)
Box 30, Folder 4 Mary Lyn Ray, undated (36)
Box 30, Folder 5 S. Judy Ray, 1979 (1); [Takie Ray] (1); Marti (Martha) Reed, 1991-1992 (3); Red Brick Review (Sean Thomas Dougherty), 1991 (1); Sister Regis (1); Marian Reiner, 1979 (1); Ella Reney (Argus-champion), 1981 (1); Cooper Esteban Renner, 1992 (1); Resist (newsletter), 1979 (1); Review (Angela Ball), 1990 (1); Review La Booche, 1989 (1); A. Reynolds, 1980 (1); Adrienne Rich, 1977-1995 (13); Robert [Richman], 1994 (1), and The Richards Library, 1988 (1)
Box 30, Folder 6 River Styx (Jan Garden Castro), 1982-1984 (4); Mary Roach, 1994-1995 (3); Marsha Robe, 1995 (1); Eunice Robeck (1); Cindy Roberts, 1982 (1); Mark Roberts, 1978 (1); Jane Washburn Robinson, 1992 (2); Chris Robinson (includes manuscripts), 1983 (2); Jeanne Rockwell, 1980 (1); Alexander Rodriguez, 1993 (1); Virginia Hoffner Rogers, 1981 (1); Aaron Rosenwasser, 1993 (1); Roth Publishing, Inc. (Tina Posner; Thomas Deja; Harvey Roth), 1986-1996 (4); Rowan Tree Press (Connie Veenendaal; Nadya Aisenberg), 1982 (3); Mark Rubin, 1993 (1); Mark Rudman, 1992 (2); Scott Runion, 1994 (2); Lawrence Russ, 1995 (1); Hillary Russell, 1987-1994 (3) and Camille Rylewski, 1978 (1)
Box 30, Folder 7 The Sacred Harp (Mary Ann), 1992 (2); St. Botolph Club Foundation (Robert Manning), 1991 (1); St. Martin’s Press, Inc. (Jane Dominik), 1985 (1), St. Paul’s School (Amy Short), 1991 (1); Sanjoy Saksena, 1992-1994 and 7 undated (13); Wendy Salinger, 1977-1995 and 1 undated (14); Salisbury State College (Michael Waters), 1980 (1); Raju Samal (1), Duane Sanborn (includes poetry), 1990 (1); Stephen Sandy, 1990-1994 and 1 undated (5); John Savoie (Camp Merrowvista), 1979 (2); George Schneeman, 1977 (1); Scholastic, Inc. (Elizabeth Isele), 1992 (2) and Marie Schramm, 1988 (1)
Box 30, Folder 8 Thom Schramm, 1988-1989 (30)
Box 30, Folder 9 Thom Schramm, 1990-1991 (26)
Box 30, Folder 10 Thom Schramm (includes poetry), 1992-1994 and 13 undated (28))
Box 30, Folder 11 Lloyd Schwartz (Boston State College) (includes poetry), 1981-1992 (5); Steve Schwartz, 1991 (1); Doreen Schweizer (includes poetry), 1983-1987 (10), and The Scribner Book Companies, 1980 (1)
Box 31
Box 31, Folder 1 Priscilla Sears, 1981-1990 (33)
Box 31, Folder 2 Priscilla Sears, 1991-1995 and 24 undated (40)
Box 31, Folder 3 George T. Sein, 1992-1993 (2); Dawn Selvius, 1993 and 1 undated (2); Seneca Review (Bob Herz; Deborah Tall), 1978-1995 (5); Sesame Street Parents, 1995 (1), and David Shapiro, 1992-1994 and 2 undated (5)
Box 31, Folder 4 Judy (and Arthur) Sharenow, 1994 (1); Norma Voorhees Sheard (includes 11 photographs of Jane and Don), 1992 (2); Donald Sheehan (The Frost Place), 1979-1994 (20); G.S. Shenoy, undated (1); Steve Sherman (1); JoDell Shields, 1992-1995 (6); Betsy Sholl (includes poetry), 1978-1979 (3); Rochelle Siegel (includes poetry), (1); Stephanie Siegel, 1981 (1); Elie Siegmeister (1), and Signet Society (Myra A. Mayman), 1994 (1)
Box 31, Folder 5 Charles (and Helen) Simic, 1986-1994 and 1 undated (10); Joan [Dalury] Simon (1); Simon & Schuster (Michael Korda letter to Justin Kaplan), 1980 (1); Louis Simpson (includes poetry), 1984-1994 (6); Miriam Bachner (and Louis) Simpson, 1985-1994 (6); Susan (and Louis) Simpson, 1982 (1); Kenneth Singh (1); Victoria W. [Mrs. Wilford F.] Skeats, 1980 (1); Olga Skow (1); Fran [Mrs. Arthur K.] Smart, 1982-1983 (4); Richard P. Smart, 1994 (1); Smith & Hawken (George), 1981 (1); Alison Smith (1); Fannie Fremont-Smith, 1984-1993 (2); Marguerite Smith, 1994 (1); Michele A. (Mrs. Douglas C.) Smith, 1989 (1); Roxanne D. (and Dean) Smith, 1984-1992 and 1 undated (3); Philippa Smith, 1992 (1) and Stephen Smith, 1994 and 1 undated (2)
Box 31, Folder 6 Kat Blackbird Snider, 1993 (1); William D. Snodgrass (includes poetry), 1976-1980 (5); Louisa Solano, 1982 (1); Charles Solow, 1991 (1); Sounds True Recordings (Tami Simon), 1992 (1); South Danbury Christian Church, 1993 (1); Southern Humanities Review (Dan R. Latimer), 1986 (2), and Lisa Russ Spaar (includes poetry), 1981-1993 (9)
Box 31, Folder 7 Special Report (Sara London), 1989 (1); Elizabeth Spires, 1992 (1); Roger Stern (includes poetry), 1979-1990 (6); Betty Ann Stevens, 1982 (1); Mary E. Stevens, 1985-1991 (7); Betty Stevenson, 1992-1993 (3); Ken Stewart, 1981-1994 (2); David Stidwill, 1976 (1); Ruth Stone, 1978-1982 and 1 undated (4); Pat (and Tony) Stoneburner, 1986-1992 (3); Deborah Straw (1); Eugenia [Mrs. Samuel] Stubbs, 1989 (2); Pete and Liza Sullivan (1), and Sullivan County Adult Tutorial Program (Richard Gallione; Phyllis [Wilcox])(includes 2 photos), 1992-1993 (3)
Box 31, Folder 8 Sulloway Hollis & Soden (Dorothy M. Bickford), 1983 (1); Carol Sundberg, 1988 (1); Susquehanna University (Susan R. Bowers), 1993 (1); George Swaney, 1992-1994 (2); Karen Swenson (includes Three Poems poetry), 1979 (1); Liam (Rector) and Tree Swenson (includes 10 photos), 1993-1995 (3); Louis Jordan Tamagni, 1981-1982 (12); Steve Tapscott, 1989-1991 (2); Luci Tapshorne (1), and Tarleton State University (Robin M. Latimer), 1989 (1)
Box 31, Folder 9 Keith Taylor, 1990 (1); Phyllis Taylor, 1985-1987 (2); Mary Lou Teel (includes poetry), 1978-1980 and 1 undated (4); Denise Tevertor (1); The Texas Review (Paul Ruffin), 1987 (3); Thomas Segal Gallery, 1982 (1); Bill Thompson, 1989 (1); Penny (Allene D.) Thurston, 1985-1986 (3), and Irene Tiersten, 1981 (1)
Box 31, Folder 10 Bob Toole, 1989 (1); Parker Towle, 1991 (1); Joanie Townsend, 1994 (1); Tracy Memorial Library (Cindy Mathewson), 1983 (1); Russ Traunstein, 1993-1994 (4); The Sherman Twitchells, 1994 (1); Two Hands Bookstore (Douglas Macdonald), 1979-1980 (3); Two Hands News, 1979-1980 (3) and Two Tiger Book Hut (Michael Patrick O’Connor; Li Chi), 1984-1986 (2)
Box 31, Folder 11 Melinda Underwood, 1988 (2); United States Bankruptcy Court, 1991 (1); United States Information Service (USIS) (James R. Moore), 1992 (1); US-USSR Bridges for Peace (Ginny [?]), 1990 (1); University of Hartford (William L. Stull), 1993 (1); University of Illinois (John and Rebecca), 1994 (1); University of Massachusetts (receipt), 1989 (1); The University of Michigan (Walter H. Clark, Jr.; Alice Fulton; Linda Gregerson; Kathryn L. Beam), 1981-1989 (5); University of Missouri (Albert Bellg; David Ray; Rebekah Presson; Trish Reeves), 1978-1990 (6); University of Northern Iowa (Annie Finch), 1993 (1); University of Pennsylvania (Peter C. Whybrow), 1988 (1); University of Southern Maine (Ken Rosen), 1985 (1); University of Virginia (Greg Orr), 1979-1993 (2) and Utica College (Diane Matza), 1979-1980 (2)
Box 32
Box 32, Folder 1 Jean Valentine, 1974-1987 (27)
Box 32, Folder 2 Jean Valentine, 1988-1995 and 6 undated (20)
Box 32, Folder 3 Martha Moon van Deusen, 1980 (1); Connie Veenendaal (Alice James Press; Rowan Tree Press), 1978-1982 (4); Theo Veltvin, 1984 (1); Vermont Council On the Arts (Geof Hewitt), 1982-1985 (5); Alisin Vernon, 1991 (1); Verna Vinding, 1991 (1); The Virginia Quarterly Review (Greg Orr); C. Paulina), 1977-1992 and 3 undated (5); Natasha Vladimirskaya, [1988] (1); Ellen Voigt, 1979-1991 and 1 undated (17)
Box 32, Folder 4 Bonnie Vorel, 1990-1994 (4); Judy Walker, 1987-1992 (6); Scott Walker, 1994 (1); Jean Wallick, 1993 (1); Larkin Warren (University of New Hampshire), 1978-1979 (2); Rosanna Warren, 1991-1993 (2); Austin Mack (and Dock) Washington, 1977 (1); Hugh C. Webb, 1991 (1); Caroline Wells, 1980-1981 (2); Etta Ruth Weigl, 1980-1983 (8); Judith Weissman, (1) and Wesleyan University Press (Jeannette Hopkins), 1986 (2)
Box 32, Folder 5 WFCR (Henry DeWitt), 1981-1984 (4); Stephanie Siegel Whalen, 1981-1986 (3); Betsy P. (Mrs. George F.) Wheeler, 1996 (1); Jeffrey H. White, 1982 (1); White Flower Farm (receipts), 1978-1984 (2); Kay Whitten, 1978 (1); Patty Wieman (1); Richard Wilbur, 1988 (1); Fran (Mrs. G. N.) Wilcox, 1987-1994 (3); Pat Wilkin (1); Kathleen [Willard], 1979 (1); Eunice Williams, 1981 (3); Tom and Liz Williams, 1990-1992 (2); Jane Willingham, 1985-1986 (2); Wilmot Community Center, Inc., 1981 (1); Wilmot Public Library (Kathi Donovan), 1990 (1); L. R. Wilson, 1993 (1); Linnet R. (and Tad) Wilson, 1989-1993 (6), and S. Wilson (Southwest Texas State University envelope with notes (1)
Box 32, Folder 6 Loa Winter, 1988-1994 and 4 undated (24)
Box 32, Folder 7 Rachel Wintree (includes poetry), 1990 (2); WNHV 910 (Karen Kayen), 1988 (1); Wofford College (Dennis M. Dooley), 1991-1992 (2); [Derin] Wood, 1980 (1); Muriel Woodward, 1990 (1); Worcester County Poetry Association Inc. (Mark L. Balcom), 1984 (1); The Word Words, Inc. (Kacklyn Potter), 1992 (1); Ester Wravite, 1989 (1); Annie (Mrs. James A.) Wright, 1980-1992 and 1 undated (7); James Wright, 1978 (1); Writers Resource Center of Toledo (Joan Wernert), 1985 (1), and Barbara J. F. Wyman, 1982 (1)
Box 32, Folder 8 Yankee Publishing, Inc (includes poetry). (Tim Clark), 1989-1993 and 1 undated (17)
Box 32, Folder 9 Yorifumi Yaguchi, 1987 (1); Susan Yeghisstan (1); Chia-Shun Yih, 1978-1981 and 1 undated (2); David Young (Oberlin College), 1981 (2); Lucy Young, 1992 (1); Fan Yue, 1987-1989 (5); Charlotte (and Leo) Zaccaria, 1994 (1); Gene Zeiger, 1989 (1); Zephyr Press (Ed Hogan), 1989 (1); Marilyn J. Ziffrin, 1981-1992 (2); Laurie (and Bill) Zimmerman, 1993 and 1 undated (3) and Ylonda Yvette Zweifler-Jones, 1990 (1)
Box 32, Folder 10 Unidentified correspondence to Kenyon: Bertha [?] (Andover NH), 1981 (1); Bertha, Dennis and Paul Jr., 1987 (1); Bill [?] (Littleton, NH), 1993 (1); [Brenda or Bresden ?] (1); Celia [?] (Cambridge, MA), 1984 (1); [Cozy or Cozg ?] (Detroit, MI), 1985 (1); DB (and Alan) [?] (Philadelphia, PA), 1978; Everett [?] (San Francisco, CA), 1983 (1); George and Sue [Macbeth?] (England and Detroit, MI), 1983-1987 (2); Gladys [?] (Manchester, NH), 1986 (1); Heather (and Bill, Boxford, MA), 1986 and 1 undated (2); Howard [?] (White River Junction, VT), 1982 (1); J [?] (Worcester, MA), 1992 (1); Jennifer [?] (1); Jill [?] (1); Joan [?] (Lynn, Mike, Ted, Teddy and Ted Sr.) (Bethesda, MD/Washington, DC), 1983-1984 (3); Joe [?] (Tunisia), 1981 (1); Judy [?] (Trenton/New Brunswick, NJ), 1978-1979 (2); Judy and Steve [?] (Wilmot, NH?), 1991-1994 and 1 undated (3); Justin [?], 1981; Marge C [?] (Danbury, NH), 1981 (1); Nan [?] (Manchester, NH), 1982 (1); Nancy [?] (1); R and A [], 1985 (1); Silvie [?], 1988 (1); Victoria [?] (1); [unsigned] (Duluth, MN), 1982 (1) and [J/P/M ? illegible], (Selma, AZ) 1994 (1)

Series III: Journals, 1961-1993

Box 33
Box 33, Folder 1 1961
Box 33, Folder 2 1962
Box 33, Folder 3 Hospice Journal, Winter 1981
Box 33, Folder 4 Russia, 1988
Box 33, Folder 5 Italy, 1990
Box 33, Folder 6 India, Nov 1991
Box 33, Folder 7 July-Aug 1992
Box 33, Folder 8 India, Sept 1993
Box 33, Folder 9 Single entry, undated
Box 33, Folder 10 Dietary, undated

Series IV: Notebooks, 1970-1974

Box 33, Folder 11 1970
Box 33, Folder 12 1972
Box 33, Folder 13 Early 1970s, Michigan
Box 33, Folder 14 Early 1970s, Michigan
Box 33, Folder 15 1972-1974, newspaper clippings
Box 33, Folder 16 India
Box 34
Box 34, Folder 1 Notebook
Box 34, Folder 2 A Writer’s Notebook
Box 34, Folder 3 Single entry, undated

Series V: Pocket Day-Timers, 1984-1993

Box 34, Envelope 1 August 1984
Box 34, Envelope 2 October 1984
Box 34, Envelope 3 November 1984
Box 34, Envelope 4 December 1984
Box 34, Envelope 5 January 1985
Box 34, Envelope 6 February 1985
Box 34, Envelope 7 March 1985
Box 34, Envelope 8 April 1985
Box 34, Envelope 9 May 1985
Box 34, Envelope 10 June 1985
Box 34, Envelope 11 July 1985
Box 34, Envelope 12 August 1985
Box 34, Envelope 13 September 1985
Box 34, Envelope 14 November 1985
Box 34, Envelope 15 November 1986
Box 34, Envelope 16 January 1988
Box 34, Envelope 17 March 1988
Box 34, Envelope 18 June 1988
Box 34, Envelope 19 August 1988
Box 34, Envelope 20 October 1988
Box 34, Envelope 21 January 1989
Box 34, Envelope 22 February 1989
Box 34, Envelope 23 March 1989
Box 34, Envelope 24 April 1989
Box 34, Envelope 25 May 1989
Box 34, Envelope 26 June 1989
Box 34, Envelope 27 July 1989
Box 34, Envelope 28 November 1989
Box 34, Envelope 29 January 1990
Box 34, Envelope 30 February 1990
Box 34, Envelope 31 March 1990
Box 34, Envelope 32 April 1990
Box 34, Envelope 33 May 1990
Box 34, Envelope 34 June 1990
Box 34, Envelope 35 July 1990
Box 34, Envelope 36 November 1990
Box 34, Envelope 37 June 1991
Box 34, Envelope 38 December 1991
Box 34, Envelope 39 January 1992
Box 34, Envelope 40 February 1992
Box 34, Envelope 41 April 1992
Box 34, Envelope 42 July 1992
Box 34, Envelope 43 October 1992
Box 34, Envelope 44 December 1992
Box 34, Envelope 45 March 1993
Box 34, Envelope 46 December 1993

Series VI: Alice James Poetry Cooperative, Inc (later: Alice James Books)

Subseries A: Business Records

Box 35
Box 35, Folder 1 Almanac of Facts
Box 35, Folder 2 Agreement & Profile
Box 35, Folder 3 Financial Report

Subseries B: Poetry Workshops

Box 35, Folder 4 Announcements
Box 35, Folder 5 Cooper, Dan
Box 35, Folder 6 Cooper, Stefanie
Box 35, Folder 7 Fish, Mira
Box 35, Folder 8 Flickinger, C.
Box 35, Folder 9 Golden, Renny
Box 35, Folder 10 Knowlton, Lindsay
Box 35, Folder 11 Lord, F.S.
Box 35, Folder 12 Merz, Rollande
Box 35, Folder 13 Praded, Jon
Box 35, Folder 14 Willard, Kathy
Box 35, Folder 15 Unknown

Subseries C: Printed Materials

Box 35, Folder 16 alicejames printed stationary, brochures
Box 35, Folder 17 Articles, newsletters, brochures
Box 35, Folder 18 Press Releases

Subseries D: Miscellaneous

Box 35, Folder 19 Correspondence
Box 35, Folder 20 Kenyon’s notes

Series VII: Green House

Subseries A: Correspondence

Box 35, Folder 21 Barbara Adams, 1977 (1); Mary Baron, 1975 (1); Michael Benedikt, 1978 (1); Bruce Berlind, 1976-1977 (3); Robert Bly, 1975 (2); Phil Boiarski, undated (1); Michael D.Browne, 1976 (2); Frank Butler, 1979-1980 (2)
Box 35, Folder 22 Li Chi, 1976 (3); Martha Clark, 1978-1979 (4); Robert Clinton, undated (2); Jane Cooper, 1977 (2); Ruth Dargon, undated (1); Dennis Daly, 1979 (1); Jeannine Dobbs, 1976 (1); Barbara Drake, 1977-1978 (4)
Box 35, Folder 23 Edwards Brothers, Inc., 1976 (4); William C. Elkington, 1976 (1); Caroline Finkelstein, 1977-1978 (6); Kathleen Fraser, 1978 (1); John Glowney, 1979 (2); Larry Goldstein, 1976 (2); Jack Grady, 1976 (1); Carolyn Gregory, 1977 (2); Bruce Guernsey, 1977-1978 (2)
Box 35, Folder 24 David Hamilton, 1978 (3); William J. Harris, 1976 (1); James Hejna, 1977 (3); Judith Hemschemeyer, 1976 (2); John Hildebidle, 1979 (3); Richard Hoffman, 1977-1978 (2); Cynthia Huntington, 1976 (2); Lewis Hyde, 1977 (2), Marilyn Johnson, undated (2)
Box 35, Folder 25 Maxine Kumin (and Kenyon’s rejection letter), 1976 (1); John Lane, 1977 (1); John Latta, 1977-1980 (2); Gary Lawless, 1978 (2); Miriam Levine, 1977 (2); Nancy Sherman Lewis, 1977 (1); Steve Lewandowski, 1980 (1); Robert Louthan, 1978 (5)
Box 35, Folder 26 Norman MacAfee, 1977-1980 (4); Wesley McNair, 1973 (3); Robert Mazzoco, 1977 (2); Carol Muske, 1977 (1); Bob Nicholas, 1976 (1); New Hampshire Commission on the Arts (Deborah Cowan), 1977 (1); Howard Norman, 1976-1978 (6); Gunilla Brodde Norris, 1979 (1)
Box 35, Folder 27 Joyce Peseroff, 1975-1976
Box 35, Folder 28 Joyce Peseroff, 1977-1978
Box 35, Folder 29 Jon Pijewski, 1977 (3) Amanda Powell, 1977 (2); Rava Avis (Aleida Rodriguez/Jacqueline De Angelis, 1979-1980 (2); Jay Rogoff, 1976-1977 (3); Lisa L. Russ, 1977-1978 (3); Wendy Salinger, 1976 (2); Steve Schwartz, 1976 (3); Peg Shumaker, 1977 (1); Rochelle Siegel, undated (1); Linda Silverman, 1975-1976 (2)
Box 35, Folder 30 W.D. Snodgrass, July-Aug 1976
Box 35, Folder 31 W.D. Snodgrass, Nov 1976-Sept 1977
Box 35, Folder 32 Roger Stern, 1979 and undated
Box 36
Box 36, Folder 1 Robert Stilwell, 1976 (2); Ruth Stone, 1977 (3); (Miss) Jonny Kyoko Sullivan, 1977 (1); J. Thomas, undated (2); Stella Craft Tremble, 1976 (1); Jean Valentine, 1975-1976 (5); Rex Veeder, undated (1); Wayne Warncke, 1977 (1); Larkin Warren, 1977 (1); Tom Wayman, 1979 (1); Whitney Wolff, 1977 (3)
Box 36, Folder 2 Dennis Wood, 1975-1980 (6)
Box 36, Folder 3 Marilyn J. Ziffrin, 1978 (1), Martha Zweig, 1977 (1); unidentified: Ron, 1978; John, undated, and Shel, 1976 (3)
Box 36, Folder 4 Requests to publish:

Browne (1), Buckley (1), Cervantes (1), Feirstein (1), Fox (1), Guernsey (1), Hall (1), Hanson (1), Mattison (1), Nyhart (1), Owen (1), Powell (1), Pozgay (1), 1977-1982 and n.d. [17 items]

Subseries B: Kenyon’s Notes

Box 36, Folder 5 Contributors Notes
Box 36, Folder 6 “Women’s Issue”
Box 36, Folder 7 Miscellaneous

Subseries C: Business Records

Box 36, Folder 8 Articles of organization
Box 36, Folder 9 Tax Information
Box 36, Folder 10 Financial Records
Box 36, Folder 11 Financial Records: Edwards Brothers, Inc.
Box 36, Folder 12 Grant Info
Box 36, Folder 13 Subscription Marketing

Subseries D: Miscellaneous

Box 36, Folder 14 Publication layout
Box 36, Folder 15 Printed materials
Box 36, Folder 16 Manuscripts by others
Box 36, Folder 17 Alternative Press
Box 36, Folder 18 Cosmep/South Distribution
Box 36, Folder 19 Type style guide
Box 36, Folder 20 Writers’ Resources

Series VIII: New Hampshire State Council on the Arts, 1987-1995

Box 36, Folder 21 Correspondence, 1987-1993
Box 36, Folder 22 Meeting agendas and related information
Box 36, Folder 23 Meeting agendas and minutes
Box 37
Box 37, Folder 1 Annual Artists Retreat
Box 37, Folder 2 Artist Services Program
Box 37, Folder 3 Community Arts Mini-Grants
Box 37, Folder 4 Discovery Award
Box 37, Folder 5 Governor’s Arts Awards/Call for Nominations
Box 37, Folder 6 Individual Artist Fellowship
Box 37, Folder 7 Percent for Art Program
Box 37, Folder 8 Prospective Art Commission
Box 37, Folder 9 Standards Subcommittee
Box 37, Folder 10 “Correspondence of Desires”
Box 37, Folder 11 Guide to Grants, 1993-1995
Box 37, Folder 12 Handbooks, 1990-1992
Box 37, Folder 13 NH Artist Roster, 1992-1994
Box 37, Folder 14 NH Arts Publication, 1990, vol. III, nos. 2 and 3
Box 37, Folder 15 Photocopies
Box 37, Folder 16 “Presenting the Visual Arts in Community Spaces,” 1993

Series IX: USIA Sponsored Trips to India, 1991 and 1993,

Box 37, Folder 17 USIA Grant Information, 1991
Box 37, Folder 18 USIA Grant Information, 1993
Box 37, Folder 19 Itineraries/Schedules, 1991
Box 37, Folder 20 Itineraries/Schedules, 1993
Box 37, Folder 21 Invitations/Programs, 1991
Box 37, Folder 22 Invitations/Programs, 1993
Box 37, Folder 23 General Information about India
Box 37, Folder 24 Articles on India
Box 37, Folder 25 Health-related material re India (traveling with diabetes, toxin-related diseases, malaria maps, etc.)
Box 37, Folder 26 Addresses/Business Cards, 1991
Box 37, Folder 27 Addresses/Business Cards, 1993
Box 37, Folder 28 Addresses/Business Cards
Box 38
Box 38, Folder 1 Receipts, 1991
Box 38, Folder 2 Receipts, 1993
Box 38, Folder 3 Kenyon’s India account
Box 38, Folder 4 Manuscripts by others, 1991
Box 38, Folder 5 Manuscripts by others, 1993
Box 38, Folder 6 Manuscripts by others, undated
Box 38, Folder 7 Manuscripts by others, undated
Box 38, Folder 8 Samples of Kenyon and Hall’s work; Poetry and Prose: The Lively American Arts: A Selected Bibliography; The Fictions of the Present, by Larry McCaffery; The Avant-Garde and Experimental Writing by Henry M. Sayre
Box 38, Folder 9 Copy of articles suggested as background reading for the USIS Contemporary American Poetry event featuring Jane Kenyon and Donald Hall, September 3, 1993
Box 38, Folder 10 Miscellaneous, 1991

Series X: Subject Files (partially processed)

(4 boxes)

Subseries A: Miscellaneous

Box 38, Folder 11 Pocket address book
Box 38, Folder 12 Address book
Box 38, Folder 13 Awards and honors: Ann Arbor High School Diploma, 1965
Box 38, Folder 14 Awards and honors: Proclamation Appointing Her as New Hampshire Poet Laureate, 1995
Box 38, Folder 15 Awards and honors: Granite State Award, Plymouth State College, 1995
Box 39
Box 39, Folder 1 Awards and honors: Bachelor of Arts diploma, University of Michigan, 1970
Box 39, Folder 2 Awards and honors: University of Michigan, 1971
Box 39, Folder 3 Awards and honors: Master of Arts diploma, University of Michigan, 1972
Box 39, Folder 4 Awards and honors: Pen Literary Award, 1994
Box 39, Folder 5 Bennington College
Box 39, Folder 6 Bible
Box 39, Folder 7 Briarwood Writers’ Alliance, Inc.
Box 39, Folder 8 Broadsides
Box 39, Folder 9 Miscellaneous brochures and programs
Box 39, Folder 10 Eagle Pond Farm: Stationary and directions
Box 39, Folder 11 Forsythe Junior High School (JK’s school): Spring Musicals, 1961-1962
Box 39, Folder 12 Forsythe Junior High School: Yearbook, 1961
Box 39, Folder 13 Forsythe Junior High School: Yearbook, 1962
Box 39, Folder 14 Forsythe Junior High School: Yearbook, 1963
Box 39, Folder 15 Gardening: information
Box 39, Folder 16 Gardening: White Flower Farm
Box 39, Folder 17 Geraldine R. Dodge Foundation Poetry Festival, 1992
Box 39, Folder 18 Grant information
Box 40
Box 40, Folder 1 Hospice Cards: Copyright information
Box 40, Folder 2 Hospice Cards: Information
Box 40, Folder 3 Hospice Cards: Manuscripts
Box 40, Folder 4 Hospice Cards: Market plan
Box 40, Folder 5 Hospice Cards: Newspaper articles
Box 40, Folder 6 Hospice Cards: Printed cards
Box 40, Folder 7 Hospice Cards: Printing information
Box 40, Folder 8 Hospice of the Kearsarge Valley: Information – newsletters, brochures
Box 40, Folder 9 Hospice of the Kearsarge Valley: Notes
Box 40, Folder 10 Hospice of the Kearsarge Valley: Training information

Subseries B: Kenyon, Jane

Box 40
Box 40, Folder 11 Passport 1978-1983
Box 40, Folder 12 Miscellaneous notes and other materials
Box 40, Folder 13 Pauline Kenyon’s death
Box 40, Folder 14 Family recipe book, 1916
Box 40, Folder 15 “Let Evening Come” performance [a cantata for lyric soprano, viola, and piano by William Bolcom]
Box 40, Folder 16 “A Life Together” – Bill Moyers’ Journal, PBS interview with Kenyon and Hall
Box 40, Folder 17 Calendar and Two-Year Planners, 1988-1993
Box 40, Folder 18 Jane Kenyon’s Resume

Subseries C: Poetry Workshops and Readings

Box 40, Folder 19 University of Michigan: Papers by Jane Kenyon
Box 40, Folder 20 University of Michigan: Poems by Jane Kenyon with Donald Hall’s notes
Box 40, Folder 21 Weekly Poetry Workshop – stemmed from Donald Hall’s class (Linda [?], Steve [?], Mary Baron and Jean Casale (now Feraca)
Box 40, Folder 22 Weekly Poetry Workshop – stemmed from Donald Hall’s class (Jerry Lafer, L. Parker, Larry Russ, Shelley Siegel, Deborah Tall)
Box 40, Folder 23 University of Michigan, academic work and poetry by Kenyon’s classmates in Donald Hall’s class
Box 40, Folder 24 Poetry readings & workshops, University of Michigan English department, 1974
Box 40, Folder 25 Poetry readings & workshops
Box 41
Box 41, Folder 1 University of Michigan: Handout
Box 41, Folder 2 University of Michigan: Drawings, pictures of Beatles
Box 41, Folder 3 University of Michigan: Newspaper clipping – Donald Hall
Box 41, Folder 4 Photocopies of poetry by others
Box 41, Folder 5 Press Distribution Catalogues: Northern New England/Maritimes distribution network – Blackberry [?]

Subseries D: Other

Box 41
Box 41, Folder 6 South Danbury Christian Church: Services
Box 41, Folder 7 South Danbury Christian Church: “Ramp Fund” in memory of Pauline Kenyon
Box 41, Folder 8 South Danbury Christian Church: Preacher Search Committee
Box 41, Folder 9 South Danbury Christian Church: Jack Jensen
Box 41, Folder 10 South Danbury Christian Church: Miscellaneous
Box 41, Folder 11 Travel information
Box 41, Folder 12 Municipal Sludge, 1991-Feb 1993
Box 41, Folder 13 Municipal Sludge, Mar 1993 and undated
Box 41, Folder 14 Assorted two-dimensional mementos, Winter 1978

Series XI: Oversized Materials (in processing)

Map Drawer A7 Three 11×30″ poster board broadsides used in the Poetry in Motion project on public transport: “Who” by Jane Kenyon (2 copies) and Anna Akhmatova’s “Yes I loved them, those grand gatherings at night, -” translated by Jane Kenyon.

Series XII: Appreciations: Articles, Awards, Poems, Events (in processing)

Series XIII: Manuscripts by Others

Box 41
Box 41, Folder 15 Alley, Gloria, “Chisel of Gold – A Study of Michelangelo’s Moses,” 1964
Box 41, Folder 16 Alley, Gloria, “Eternal Angles,” 1991
Box 41, Folder 17 Alley, Gloria, “Lovers and Politicians,” 1990
Box 41, Folder 18 Beadle, S. J., [no title]
Box 41, Folder 19 Beadle, S. J., [First Book - Part I - Second Draft]
Box 41, Folder 20 Bhattacharya, Joydeep, [no title], 1993
Box 42
Box 42, Folder 1 Bidart, Frank, “Robert Lowell” and “The War of Vaslav Nijinsky,” 1979
Box 42, Folder 2 Bly, Carol, “The Last Gold Star Mothers”
Box 42, Folder 3 Bogin, Nina, In the North
Box 42, Folder 4 Carver, Raymond, “Beginners”
Box 42, Folder 5 Carver, Raymond, “Gazebo”
Box 42, Folder 6 Carver, Raymond, “If It Please You”
Box 42, Folder 7 Carver, Raymond, “Pie”
Box 42, Folder 8 Carver, Raymond, “A Small, Good Thing”
Box 42, Folder 9 Carver, Raymond, “Tell the Women We’re Going”
Box 42, Folder 10 Carver, Raymond, “Where Is Everyone?”
Box 42, Folder 11 Cass-Ladeau, Daveena Marie
Box 42, Folder 12 Cooper, Jane, “Green Notebook, Winter Road”
Box 42, Folder 13 Crumbine, Nancy Jay, “The Unimaginable is Always Possible”
Box 42, Folder 14 Finkelstein, Caroline, Germany
Box 42, Folder 15 Finkelstein, Caroline, 1986
Box 42, Folder 16 Ford, Richard, Savages [a novel]
Box 42, Folder 17 Ford, Richard, Savages [a novel] - continued
Box 42, Folder 18 Funkhouser, Erica, “Ice-Fishing Houses”
Box 42, Folder 19 Funkhouser, Erica, “Natural Affinities,” 1982
Box 42, Folder 20 Gallagher, Tess, “Turpentine,” 1981
Box 42, Folder 21 Gallagher, Tess, [no title]
Box 42, Folder 22 Goodman, Alice, “Nixon in China”
Box 42, Folder 23 Guzauckas, Mary E., “Tender Regard” and “Startling”
Box 43
Box 43, Folder 1 Hall, Donald, “Bread and Roses,” 1975
Box 43, Folder 2 Hall, Donald, “Bread and Roses,” 1975 [Note: Performed Play: first produced, Power Center, Ann Arbor, MI, February 1975, Music by William Bolcom.]
Box 43, Folder 3 Hall, Donald, “An Evening Frost” [Note: Performed Play: first performed 1964, Ann Arbor, MI, Professional Theater Program, University of Michigan. New York City: Theater de Lys, October 11, 1965 through early 1966. Also toured the US during 1967; in 1968 by the American Conservatory Theater on the West Coast. Further productions: 1981, 1982.]
Box 43, Folder 4 Hall, Donald, “Great Day in the Cow’s House”
Box 43, Folder 5 Hall, Donald, “Hannah’s Neighbors”
Box 43, Folder 6 Hall, Donald, “The Happy Man”
Box 43, Folder 7 Hall, Donald, “The Happy Man”
Box 43, Folder 8 Hall, Donald, “Kicking the Leaves”
Box 43, Folder 9 Hall, Donald, Kicking the Leaves
Box 43, Folder 10 Hall, Donald, Kicking the Leaves
Box 43, Folder 11 Hall, Donald, “Lucy’s Christmas”
Box 43, Folder 12 Hall, Donald, “O Cheese”
Box 43, Folder 13 Hall, Donald, Draft – The One Day – “In The One Day”
Box 43, Folder 14 Hall, Donald, Draft – The One Day – “Build A House”
Box 43, Folder 15 Hall, Donald, “On Reaching the Age of Two Hundred”
Box 43, Folder 16 Hall, Donald, “Photographs of China”
Box 43, Folder 17 Hall, Donald, To Read Poetry
Box 43, Folder 18 Hall, Donald, To Read Poetry
Box 43, Folder 19 Hall, Donald, To Read Poetry
Box 43, Folder 20 Hall, Donald, To Read Poetry
Box 43, Folder 21 Hall, Donald, Toy Bone – assorted poems
Box 43, Folder 22 Hall, Donald, “Waiting for the Pig”
Box 43, Folder 23 Hall, Donald, “When I Grow Up I’ll Be A Zoo”
Box 44
Box 44, Folder 1 Hildebidle, John, “Beyond this Tree”
Box 44, Folder 2 Hill, Geoffrey, “The Mystery of the Charity of Charles Peguy”
Box 44, Folder 3 Ireland, Aileen, “Under the Skin”
Box 44, Folder 4 Knies, Elizabeth, assorted poems
Box 44, Folder 5 Levine, Philip, assorted poems
Box 44, Folder 6 Lindsey, Karen, “Falling Off the Roof”
Box 44, Folder 7 Matson, Suzanne, 1993
Box 44, Folder 8 Mattison, Alice, Field of Stars, proof (Morrow, 1995)
Box 44, Folder 9 Mattison, Alice, Field of Stars, proof
Box 44, Folder 10 Mattison, Alice, Field of Stars, proof
Box 44, Folder 11 Mattison, Alice, Field of Stars, ch. I-II
Box 44, Folder 12 Mattison, Alice, Field of Stars, ch. III-IV
Box 44, Folder 13 Mattison, Alice, Field of Stars, ch. V-VI
Box 44, Folder 14 Mattison, Alice, Field of Stars, ch. VII-VIII
Box 44, Folder 15 Mattison, Alice, Field of Stars, ch. IX-X
Box 44, Folder 16 Mattison, Alice, Field of Stars, ch. XI-XII
Box 45
Box 45, Folder 1 Mattison, Alice, The Flight of Andy Burns (Morrow 1993) List of Contents (Checked titles not included)
Box 45, Folder 2 Mattison, Alice, The Flight of Andy Burns/2 (“The Library Card” and “Body of a Snake”)
Box 45, Folder 3 Mattison, Alice, The Flight of Andy Burns/3 (“The Great Blue Heron” and “Chunky Bracelets”)
Box 45, Folder 4 Mattison, Alice, The Flight of Andy Burns/4 (“Title Story” and The Hawk on the Fence”)
Box 45, Folder 5 Mattison, Alice, The Flight of Andy Burns/5 (“A Basket of Oranges” and “The Giraffes”)
Box 45, Folder 6 Mattison, Alice, The Flight of Andy Burns/6 (“The Crossword Puzzle” and “Go, Mercy”)
Box 45, Folder 7 Mattison, Alice, The Flight of Andy Burns/7 (“Strawberries” and “Liberty Apples”)
Box 45, Folder 8 Mattison, Alice, The Flight of Andy Burns/8 (“Raymond and Leona”)
Box 45, Folder 9 Mattison, Alice, The Flight of Andy Burns/9 (“The Last Wedding Present” a.k.a. “Brunch”)
Box 45, Folder 10 Mattison, Alice, Great Wits (Morrow 1988)/1 (List of Contents)
Box 45, Folder 11 Mattison, Alice, Great Wits/2 (“Bears” and “The Knitting”)
Box 45, Folder 12 Mattison, Alice, Great Wits/3 (“A Date with Dmitri” and “New Haven”)
Box 45, Folder 13 Mattison, Alice, Great Wits/4 (“The May Dance” and “Exactments”)
Box 45, Folder 14 Mattison, Alice, Great Wits/5 (“The Middle Ages,” “In Family” and “Sleeping Giant”)
Box 45, Folder 15 Mattison, Alice, Great Wits/6 (“Art is Lost”)
Box 45, Folder 16 Mattison, Alice, Great Wits/7 (“Painting Day” and “The Colorful Alphabet”)
Box 45, Folder 17 Mattison, Alice, Great Wits/8 (“They All Went Up to Amsterdam”)
Box 45, Folder 18 Mattison, Alice, Great Wits/9 (“Cake Night”)
Box 45, Folder 19 Mattison, Alice, Great Wits (Early Draft, 1984) / (Some different stories)
Box 45, Folder 20 Mattison, Alice, “All Green, Full of Puddles,” 1986
Box 45, Folder 21 Mattison, Alice, “Apples,” 1989
Box 45, Folder 22 Mattison, Alice, “Art is Lost”
Box 45, Folder 23 Mattison, Alice, “Bears,” Jan 1987
Box 45, Folder 24 Mattison, Alice, “Brunch,” 1988
Box 45, Folder 25 Mattison, Alice, “Cake Night”
Box 45, Folder 26 Mattison, Alice, “Carl,” 1987
Box 45, Folder 27 Mattison, Alice, “Commonwealth of Shame”
Box 45, Folder 28 Mattison, Alice, “Cousins on Sunday,” 1989
Box 45, Folder 29 Mattison, Alice, “The Dog Knot,” 1988
Box 45, Folder 30 Mattison, Alice, “Exactments,” 1986
Box 46
Box 46, Folder 1 Mattison, Alice, “Fed-Exing the Bread,” 1989
Box 46, Folder 2 Mattison, Alice, “Free Dogs,” 1994
Box 46, Folder 3 Mattison, Alice, “Free Dogs,” 1994
Box 46, Folder 4 Mattison, Alice, “From the Room,” 1986
Box 46, Folder 5 Mattison, Alice, “The Girl Hitchhiker,” 1989
Box 46, Folder 6 Mattison, Alice, “The Hitchhiker,” 1989
Box 46, Folder 7 Mattison, Alice, “Home Home,” 1989
Box 46, Folder 8 Mattison, Alice, “The Money Quilt,” 1989
Box 46, Folder 9 Mattison, Alice, “The Monkey,” 1988
Box 46, Folder 10 Mattison, Alice, “Pekko’s Boat,” 1989
Box 46, Folder 11 Mattison, Alice, “The Panio Movers,” 1990
Box 46, Folder 12 Mattison, Alice, “Short Forms,” 1987
Box 46, Folder 13 Mattison, Alice, “Sleeping Giant,” 1986
Box 46, Folder 14 Mattison, Alice, “Staircase,” 1988
Box 46, Folder 15 Mattison, Alice, “Twigs,” 1989
Box 46, Folder 16 Mattison, Alice, “Wisdom of Solomon”
Box 46, Folder 17 McNair, Wesley, “Going Back Poems”
Box 46, Folder 18 McNair, Wesley, The Town of No
Box 46, Folder 19 Miller, Larissa, assorted poems
Box 46, Folder 20 Norman, Howard, 1975, assorted poems and The Wishing Bone Cycle
Box 46, Folder 21 Norman, Howard, assorted poems
Box 46, Folder 22 Norman, Howard, assorted prose
Box 46, Folder 23 Orr, Gregory, “The Marble Forest”
Box 46, Folder 24 Orr, Gregory, “The Marble Forest”
Box 46, Folder 25 Orr, Gregory, [no title] – [The Red House]
Box 46, Folder 26 Orr, Gregory, [no title] – [The Red House]
Box 46, Folder 27 Orr, Gregory, “Vodoo Lute”
Box 46, Folder 28 Orr, Gregory, “The Voyages”
Box 47
Box 47, Folder 1 Orr, Gregory, 1989, assorted poems
Box 47, Folder 2 Orr, Gregory
Box 47, Folder 3 Orr, Gregory, assorted poems
Box 47, Folder 4 Peseroff, Joyce, “The Blue House”
Box 47, Folder 5 Peseroff, Joyce, Darwin at the Summer House, 1984
Box 47, Folder 6 Peseroff, Joyce, Darwin at the Summer House
Box 47, Folder 7 Peseroff, Joyce, Darwin at the Summer House
Box 47, Folder 8 Peseroff, Joyce, Darwin at the Summer House
Box 47, Folder 9 Peseroff, Joyce, Darwin at the Summer House
Box 47, Folder 10 Peseroff, Joyce, “A Dog in the Lifeboat”
Box 47, Folder 11 Peseroff, Joyce, “The Hardness Scale”
Box 47, Folder 12 Peseroff, Joyce, “The Hardness Scale”
Box 47, Folder 13 Peseroff, Joyce, “Two Woman”
Box 47, Folder 14 Peseroff, Joyce, assorted poems
Box 47, Folder 15 Pinsky, Robert, “The Want Bone”
Box 47, Folder 16 Ray, Mary Lynn
Box 47, Folder 17 Ray, Mary Lynn
Box 47, Folder 18 Schramm, Thom, collection of poems by various poets
Box 47, Folder 19 Schreiber, Ron, “Against that Time”
Box 47, Folder 20 Sears, Priscilla, “Are the fireflys ghosts?”
Box 47, Folder 21 Sears, Priscilla, “A Letter from China: An Orientation”
Box 47, Folder 22 Sears, Priscilla, Living Room
Box 47, Folder 23 Sears, Priscilla, “The Seeds of Iconography,” 1988
Box 47, Folder 24 Simpson, Louis, “Wei, Wei and Other Friends”
Box 47, Folder 25 Snodgrass, W. D.
Box 47, Folder 17 Stroud, Virginia, “Doesn’t Fall Off His Horse”
Box 47, Folder 18 Stroud, Virginia, “A Magical Place”
Box 47, Folder 19 Stroud, Virginia, “A Walk to the Great Mystery”
Box 47, Folder 20 Tapscott
Box 47, Folder 21 Teel, Mary Lou, “Anna Akhmatova & Adrienne Rich: the Common Language”
Box 47, Folder 22 Valentine, Jean, “The Under Voice” and correspondence
Box 47, Folder 23 Valentine, Jean
Box 47, Folder 24 Voigt, Ellen Bryant, “The Forces of Plenty”
Box 47, Folder 25 Voigt, Ellen Bryant, The Lotus Flowers
Box 48
Box 48, Folder 1 Weigl, Etta Ruth, “Meltwater”
Box 48, Folder 2 Wood, Dennis, “Sitting”
Box 48, Folder 3 –?, Ruth, “Bride of the Tranquil Sunday,” letter to JK and JK’s notes
Box 48, Folder 4 –?, Ruth, “Bride of the Tranquil Sunday,” ch. I-III
Box 48, Folder 5 –?, Ruth, “Bride of the Tranquil Sunday,” ch. IV-VI
Box 48, Folder 6 –?, Ruth, “Bride of the Tranquil Sunday,” ch. VII-IX
Box 48, Folder 7 –?, Ruth, “Bride of the Tranquil Sunday,” ch. X-XII
Box 48, Folder 8 –?, Ruth, “Bride of the Tranquil Sunday,” ch. XIII-XV
Box 48, Folder 9 –?, Ruth, “Bride of the Tranquil Sunday,” ch. XVI-XVIII
Box 48, Folder 10 –?, Ruth, “Bride of the Tranquil Sunday,” ch. IXX-XXII

Series XIV: Photographs

Subseries A: Of or Including Jane Kenyon

(see: gallery)

Box 49
Box 49, Envelope 1 #1 B&W, 1979. Standing against barn door. (Negative available.)

#2 Same as above, but different pose. (Negative available.) [Both enclosed with letter to Don Campbell, January 18, 1979 [Box 20 Folder 1]. Promotional shots used for readings and workshops

Box 49, Envelope 2 B&W, ca. 1984. Seated in armchair, close-up. Photo taken by Stephen Blos. 3 copies.

#2 B&W, close-up with cat

Box 49, Envelope 3 Color. With Vera Sandomirsky Dunham, August 4, 1984
Box 49, Envelope 4 B&W. Seated in armchair, hands crossed over knee, with Ada (cat) on back of chair. Promotional shot used for readings and workshops. 5 copies.
Box 49, Envelope 5 All taken during Nov. 27 (n.y.) shoot; 6×4, (Negatives available.)

#1 B&W, exterior shot, facing camera, smiling, crouched with Gus (dog) beside her

#2 B&W, same as above, but slightly different pose

#3 B&W, interior shot at writing desk, facing camera

#4 B&W, same as above, but looking down

Box 49, Envelope 6 B&W, 8×10 of #1 above. (Negative available.)
Box 49, Envelope 7 B&W, 8×10, another exterior pose with Gus. 2 copies. (Negative available.)
Box 49, Envelope 8 B&W, 8×10, another exterior pose with Gus. 3 copies. (Negative available.)
Box 49, Envelope 9 B&W, 8×10 of #4 above. (Negative available.)
Box 49, Envelope 10 B&W, 8×10, another interior pose at writing desk. 3 copies. (Negative available.)
Box 49, Envelope 11 B&W, 8×10, framed in silhouette against skyline, walking Gus, with Mt. Kearsarge in background. 4 copies. (Negative available.)
Box 49, Envelope 12 B&W, 8×10, as above, but a slighly different shot. (Negative available.)
Box 49, Envelope 13 B&W, 2 contact sheets for Nov. 27 shoot. 63 frames.
Box 49, Envelope 14 Black and white, head shot, seated, leaning on left hand. Used for readings and workshops. This is the image used at the top of this finding aid.
Box 49, Envelope 15 #1 Color, with mother Pauline (Polly) Kenyon at Eagle Pond Farm, 1994

#2 Color, as above, different shot

Box 49, Envelope 16 #1 Color, with Pauline (mother) and Bree (neice) Kenyon, Michigan, 1980s?

#2 Color, with Bree, making faces at the camera

#3 Color, drawing with Bree. [Enclosed with letter from Dawn Selvius, undated (1980s?) - Box 31 Folder 3]

Box 49, Envelope 17 #1 Color, with Greg Orr and Donald Hall

#2 Color, with Donald Hall

#3 Color, with Greg Orr at the airport.

#4 Color, same as above, different shot.

#5 Color, with Greg Orr and Donald Hall. #6 Color, with Donald Hall.

#7 Color, with Laurie Orr in the car.

#8 Color, with Greg and Laurie Orr, and Donald Hall.

#9 Color, as above out for a walk.

#10 Color, with Donald Hall and Greg Orr on the dunes.

#11 Color, with Donald Hall and Trisha Orr as above. [Enclosed with letter from Trisha Orr, Sept 15, 1990 [Box 29 Folder 5]

Box 49, Envelope 18 #1 Color, at Hospice of the Kearsarge Valley notecard exhibit

#2 Color, with Loa Winter, artist, same as above

Subseries B: Of Others

Box 49, Envelope 19 Pauline Kenyon (mother), from December 1992 and 1994, at Eagle Pond Farm. 11 different shots. Color.
Box 49, Envelope 20 Pauline Kenyon, December 1994 and ? In the nursing home and in the hospital. 3 different shots. Color.
Box 49, Envelope 21 Donald Hall, 1970s. B&W.
Box 49, Envelope 22 Donald Hall, 1970s, B&W contact sheet, 15 frames.
Box 49, Envelope 23 Donald Hall and Robert Bly, 1970s. B&W
Box 49, Envelope 24 Donald Hall and Robert Bly, 1970s. Photo taken by Nicholas Mascari, Hobart and William Smith Colleges, Geneva, New York. B&W.
Box 49, Envelope 25 Gus (JK and Donald Hall’s dog), 2 different shots. Color.
Box 49, Envelope 26 Ada (JK and Donald Hall’s cat), 2 different shots. Color.
Box 49, Envelope 27 Joan Farrel, 3 different shots. B&W.
Box 49, Envelope 28 India trip, 1993, group of writers. Color. [Enclosed with letter from Imtiaz Dharker, Sept 17, 1993].
Box 49, Envelope 29 India trip, 1993, Donald Hall and others (Gagan Gill at table on left?), 2 different shots. Color. [Enclosed with letter from Gagan Gill, June 1, 1993]
Box 49, Envelope 30 Bree Kenyon and Donald Hall. Color. [Enclosed with letter from Dawn Selvius, undated (1980s?) [Box 24 f.3]
Box 49, Envelope 31 Performance of “Let Evening Come,” 1994
Box 49, Envelope 32 Jeannette O’Connor, March 1983
Box 49, Envelope 33 Greg and Laurie Orr, Donald Hall, and Ruby (the dog) [Enclosed with letter from Trisha Orr, Sept 15, 1990
Box 49, Envelope 34 Loa Winter, October 30, 1992
Box 49, Envelope 35 Unidentified subjects: graduation event, art work, and man reading to child

Subseries C: Subjects Other Than People, Miscellaneous (arranged alphabetically by correspondent)

Box 49, Envelope 36 From Rupam Baoni, Jan 25, 1992: 3 color photographs and one B&W of Rajput style miniature paintings; March 31, 1993: one color photograph of Kangra painting.
Box 49, Envelope 37 From Bobbie Bristol, July 29, 1994: 2 color photographs of garden
Box 49, Envelope 38 From Hayden Carruth, 1981 and June 13, 1994: 2 color polaroids of landscapes
Box 49, Envelope 39 From Carolyn Chute, 1991: 6 B&W photographs of Chute’s grandchildren and one B&W of Michael (Chute’s husband) in the Maine woods with three vehicles
Box 49, Envelope 40 From Carolyn Chute, 1991: 6 B&W photographs of Chute’s grandchildren and one B&W of Michael (Chute’s husband) in the Maine woods with three vehicle
Box 49, Envelope 41 From Elinore Cochran, Nov 23, 1994: 3 color photographs of garden
Box 49, Envelope 42 From Jean Hayes: 3 color photographs of the Robert Frost Homestead
Box 49, Envelope 43 From Janet and George Howe, Oct 31, n.y.: color photograph of fall trees
Box 49, Envelope 44 From Pauline Kenyon, June 13, 1991: 6 color photographs of her garden
Box 49, Envelope 45 Allison Kolodinsky, March 28, 1991: 16 color photographs of miscellaneous subjects (cat, middle school graduation, and mixed media pieces)
Box 49, Envelope 46 From Susan LeVan, November 10, 1990: color slide of mixed media work, “Black Rabbit/White Rabbit”
Box 49, Envelope 47 From Gail Matthews: 2 color photographs of ponies
Box 49, Envelope 48 Mount Kearsarge and Eagle Pond, 1930s? B&W.
Box 49, Envelope 49 South Danbury Christian Church, interior. Color photograph taken by Julie P. Mayo)
Box 49, Envelope 50 From Jean Valentine: color photograph of Lake Waukeena, mounted as a card
Box 49, Envelope 51 From Bonnie Vorel, May 24, 1994: color photograph of petunias
Box 49, Envelope 52 Unidentified: color photograph of a local store display announcing the re-broadcast of Bill Moyers’ interview with Kenyon and Hall, “A Life Together”
Box 49, Envelope 53 From ?, November 11, 1994: 12 color photographs of home on the Tomoka River in Florida
Box 49, Envelope 54 Negatives of Jane Kenyon prints above (envelopes 1, 5-13). 65 negatives in all. Of unidentified Church event, n.d. (no print)

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