Guide to the Ogden Nash Letters, 1968-1969
Collection number: MS 84
About Ogden Nash
Frederic Ogden Nash, 1902-1971 was an American Poet well known for his humorous poetry. He was born in Rye, N.Y. and lived most of his life in Baltimore. He spent summers with his family in a house at Little Boar's Head in North Hampton, N.H. and is buried in the town's East Side Cemetery.
About the Ogden Nash Letters
Three letters (1968-1969) from Ogden Nash written to Nicholas Bentley. In one letter, Nash offers to help Bentley in dealing with The New Yorker; in another, he mentions his illness in 1964, and in the third he discusses a proposed move.
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[Identification of item], [Folder], [Box], Ogden Nash Letters, 1968-1969, MS 84, Milne Special
Collections and Archives, University of New Hampshire Library, Durham, NH, USA.
Purchased: Paul Richards, Feb. 3, 1978 (Accession number: 7742)