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Melville Cane papers, 1901-1979

Series II: Cataloged Manuscripts

Cataloged Correspondence and Manuscripts are Interfiled

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Box 1 Cane, Melville "Two Stars", [New York?], [ca. 17 Oct 1930]

[For the above See: Cane, Melville. To Abraham Valentine Williams Jackson, [17 Oct 1930].]


Box 1 Cane, Melville January Garden, New York, 1926


Box 1 Cane, Melville Poems since 1964, v.p., 1964-1972


Box 1 Cane, Melville "Query", [New York], [Sept 1947]

[Last 3 lines added by Sinclair Lewis and are in his hand]


Box 1 Cane, Melville "Winter Night", n.p., [1898 or 1899]

[With corrections by George Edward Woodberry; with related material]


Box 1 Cane, Melville Citation for his service with Harcourt Brace Jovanovich, Inc., presented on his one hundredth birthday, [New York], 15 April 1979


Box 1 [Erskine, John] "Materials of Poetry", [New York?], n.d.



Box 2 Frost, Robert "Departmental", [Amherst, MA], [2 Dec 1935]


Box 2 Frost, Robert "Willful Homing", [Amherst, MA], [15 Nov 1937]


Box 2 Hayden, Hiram "Athwart, We Beg You", [Philadelphia?], 16 April 1969

[Also signed by Melville Cane, Helen Wolf, William Jovanovich, et al.]


Box 2 Hayden, Hiram "Presence of Cane", [New York], 15 April 1971

[Also signed by Melville Cane, Helen Wolff, William Jovanovich, et al.]


Box 2 Hayden, Hiram "To Cane, on being ninety-three", [Philadelphia?], 15 April 1972

[One copy of the poem printed on different paper, signed by the author, with envelope with a.n. by Melville Cane; SHELVED IN MAP CASE 14-13-10.]


Box 2 [Lincoln, Abraham] A writ of capias by Stuart & Lincoln; in the hand of John Todd Stuart (?), Sangamon Co., IL, [3 May 1839]


Box 2 [Moore, Marianne] "The Storm", [New York], n.d.

[A.n. by Cane on his poem, "The Storm is broken"]


Box 2 Morley, Christopher "Midsummer pause: the telephone's talked out...", Roslyn Heights, NY, [ca. 1950?]



Box 5 Robinson, Henry Morton "Poetry and personality: an appreciation of Melville Cane", n.p., [Dec 1951]

[With corrections in the author's hand]



Box 6 Sinclair, Mary Craig Kimbrough (Mrs. Upton) "Heart Attack", Monrovia, CA, ca. May 1955


Box 6 Struther, Jan "The Sage", n.p., 17 May 1944


Box 6 Struther, Jan "The Viennese ladies", n.p., [1952]


Box 6 White, Elwyn Brooks "Response", n.p., n.d.