Pedro Salinas additional papers
Collection of papers by or about Spanish poet and critic Pedro Salinas, from various sources.
Language of Materials
Collection materials are in Spanish.
Conditions Governing Access
There are no restrictions on physical access to this material.
Extent.3 linear feet (1 box)
A collection of correspondence, photographs, and poems, by or about Pedro Salinas and the Salinas family. Also includes notes by Jorge Guillén.Contains correspondence of Pedro Salinas, Margarita Bonmatí [Salinas], Katherine Prue Reding Whitmore, and Salinas family members and friends.
The name of Margarita Bonmatí Salinas has been standardized as Margarita Bonmatí.
Biographical / Historical
Salinas was a Spanish poet and critic.
Arranged into the following series:
- I. Correspondence
- II. Compositions by Pedro Salinas
- III. Other material
Immediate Source of Acquisition
74M-69 and 74M-70. Gift of Solita Salinas de Marichal and Jaime Pedro Salinas, 1975 May 28.
85M-47. Gift of Jaime Pedro Salinas, 1986 Mar. 31.
90M-21. Gift of Jaime Pedro Salinas, 1991 May 29.
91M-23: Gift of Mrs. Carmen Castro de Zubiri, 1991 Sept. 12.
92M-30. Gift of Jaime Pedro Salinas, 1992 Nov. 26.
94M-28 and 94M-29. Gift of Jaime Pedro Salinas, 1994 Nov. 1.
95M-45. Gift of Mrs. Teresa Guillén Gilman, 1996 Mar. 13.
Paul Verlaine book, Sagasse, transferred to Houghton Printed Books.
Processed by: Bonnie B. Salt
- Salinas, Pedro, 1892-1951. Pedro Salinas additional papers, 1930-1976: Guide.
- Houghton Library, Harvard College Library
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