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Correspondence with Rudolf Hirsch

FOUND IN: Houghton Library
Collection — Box: unidentifiedIdentifier: 2003M-44
Scope and Contents: Manuscript drafts and typescript (carbon) letters, unsigned, from Demus; with typescript letters, signed, from Hirsch. With autograph manuscript poems in a gathering of 24 leaves, previously authored in 1940, 1943, and 1944 (according to dates); and five unidentified photographs, of which two are dated 1953.

Some correspondence concerns the so-called "Goll-Affaire" and the false plagarism charges brought by Claire Goll against Paul Celan.

Ludlow-Santo Domingo Library collection of Claude Pélieu letters to Jean-Clarence Lambert and other papers

FOUND IN: Houghton Library
Collection — Folder: 1Identifier: MS Fr 658
Summary: Includes 22 letters to Jean-Clarence Lambert with enclosures, a collage, a poem titled "A 7 h. du soir", poems by Philip Lamantia translated by Pélieu and Mary Beach, a "poème concret" by Mary Beach, clippings, photographs, and ephemera.

Nathan Haskell Dole notebooks and commonplace books

FOUND IN: Houghton Library
Collection — Multiple ContainersIdentifier: MS Am 1995
Summary: Consists of 39 volumes containing annotations, verse, and other miscellanea. The notes are written in publishers' dummies, notebooks, and on the blank pages of printed books. Includes a manuscript volume of verse by Margaret Aliona Dole, Dole's daughter.

Stephen Spender Speaking to the Dead in the Language of the Dead drafts

FOUND IN: Houghton Library
Collection — Folder: 1Identifier: 2006M-96
Summary: Drafts of the poem written in honor of T. S. Eliot, with a letter to Tambimuttu and a telegram.