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Collected Works of Will Inman

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Identifier: SC-MS-136
Scope and Contents Will Inman is a Wilmington-born poet who spent most of his time in Tuscon, Arizona. The Collected Works of Will Inman contains papers from 1945 to 2009 that provide context to Inman's life as a poet. These papers include Inman's literary work, such as poems, short stories, novel manuscripts, literary publications, and handwritten notes. In addition, this collection includes Inman's editorial work. From the early 1960s to the early 1980s, Inman edited and distributed "Kauri." "Kauri"...
Dates: 1923 - 2009, undated

Eloise Bethell Collection

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Identifier: SC-MS-141
Scope and Contents The collection contains memorabilia from local poet Will Inman sent to his close friend Eloise Bethell, including articles, letters, news clippings, and an original pencil sketch by Bethell, to illustrate an Inman work. The time span is 1976 to 1994. Also included is a file of letters between Randall Library Director Sherman Hayes and Will Inman, 1999.
Dates: 1977-1994

Helen Bayley Davis Collection

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Identifier: SC-MS-162
Scope and Contents This collection contains eight books of poetry by Helen Bayley Davis. Notes included indicate where poems have been published. The poetry ranges from 1911-1958. The collection also contains correspondence.
Dates: 1911-1958

Ower Collection

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Identifier: SC-MS-111
Scope and Contents This collection contains two publications and a letter by John B. Ower, an English professor at the University of South Carolina, concerning the poem "The Rime of the Ancient Mariner" by Samuel Taylor Coleridge.
Dates: 1991-2001

The Black Poet Manuscript

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Identifier: SC-MS-094
Scope and Contents The Black Poet was the 1865 annouced title of a work to be published that was to contain "a concise history of the life" of George Moses Horton, bard and recently freed slave. Richard Walser used the 1865 title for his 1996 work on Horton, since no evidence exists that the 1865 book was ever written. Walser wrote his "concise history" during part of a year he spent on a Guggenheim Fellowship. Claude Howell created the drawings for the book. This collection contains the manuscript draft that was...
Dates: 1966

Will Inman Correspondence

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Identifier: SC-MS-113
Scope and Contents This collection contains correspondence from Wilmington native Will Inman to Neal Thomas, as well as some of Inman's works and letters to additional recipients.
Dates: 1983-1993, undated