Rare Book & Manuscript Library

Cecile Starr papers, 1925-2001

Series II: Cecile Starr

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Box 2 Folder 24 Starr Cecile . Personal documents: copy of birth certificate, wedding invitation, wedding license, resume, personal will, financial and legal documents; typed memoir with corrections. [v.p.] New York [n.d.] 1957-1995 1 Folder 5 pages t.ms., 1957-1995

Box 2 Folder 25 Starr Cecile. School records; detailed childhood and contemporary recollections handwritten by Starr; McMain High School annual (1937); mementos. New Orleans, LA 1921-1942 1 Folder, 1921-1942

(Filed by Cecile Starr "New Orleans 1921-1937.")

Box 2 Folder 26 Joseph, Eleanor Cohen. Correspondence with Cecile Starr. [n.p.] 1944-1996 1 Folder, 1944-1996

(Distant Lightman cousin of Cecile Starr.)

Box 2 Folder 27 Louisiana State University. Personal and administrative correspondence; diploma Baton Rouge, LA, 1937-1941

(Correspondence with friends extends beyond college years.)

Box 2 Folder 28 Fritsch, Peter. Correspondence with Peter Fritsch; articles and clippings regarding Fritsch, Mia Fritsch and James Agee. [v.p.] [n.d.] 1940-1990 1 Folder, 1940-1990

Box 2 Folder 29 Correspondence and clippings regarding Southern writers including James Agee, Randall Jarrell, Robert Lowell. [v.p.] [n.d.] 1953-1989 1 Folder, 1953-1989

(Filed by Cecile Starr "Growing Up in the Literary South.")

Box 11 Folder 103 Stafford, Jean. Varies items include articles, photocopies of two way correspondence; correspondence with rare book collectors, clippings, excerpts of Stafford's writing, personal accounts by Starr. [v.p.] 1978-1998 1 Folder, 1978-1998

(Original copies of correspondence and materials purchased by the University of Colorado at Boulder.)