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Guide to the Robert Frost Collection,​ Frederick G.​ & Joan Christopherson-​Schmidt,​ 1914-​2002

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Overview of the Collection

Repository:
Special Collections & Archives
McIntyre Library
University of Wisconsin – Eau Claire
P.O. Box 4004
105 Garfield Ave.
Eau Claire, WI 54702 – 4004
(715) 836-2739
https://library.uwec.edu/archives/

Reference Code: USGZE UHC346

Accession Number: 14-002

Collection Number: UHC346

Creators: Frost, Robert and Schmidt, Frederick G.

Title: The Frederick G. and Joan Christopherson-Schmidt Robert Frost Collection

Dates: 1914-2002

Quantity: 11.5 linear feet (1 flat box, 3 archives boxes, and 9 linear feet of books)

Location of Collection: MANUSCRIPTS: A9/2e; BOOKS: D13/2b-D13/2e

Languages: Collection materials are in English.

Summary: Robert Frost manuscript materials and books collected by Frederick G. Schmidt. Over 40 first, limited or otherwise rare editions of Robert Frost’s books, many of which have been signed and inscribed by Frost, are included along with approximately 50 books which contain or discuss Robert Frost’s poetry. Included among the manuscript portions of the collection are handwritten pieces of poetry, Christmas cards, other published works by Robert Frost, and fragmentary correspondence.

Biographical / Historical Note

Robert Frost was born on March 26, 1875 in San Francisco. After the death of his father in 1885, his family moved to Lawrence, Massachusetts, where Robert graduated from high school in 1892. He attended Dartmouth College for two months in 1892 and sold his first poem for publication, “My Butterfly: an Elegy,” in 1894. In 1895 he married Elinor White, with whom he had attended high school. Beginning in 1897 Frost attended Harvard University, but was forced to leave after two years due to health concerns.

In 1900 Frost and his wife Elinor moved to a farm in New Hampshire which his grandfather purchased for them. Although Frost was largely unsuccessful as a farmer, his time in New Hampshire did inspire many of his poems. In 1912, in an effort to find publishers for his poetry, Frost and Elinor sold their New Hampshire property and moved to England.

While in England Frost’s first two books, A Boy’s Will and North of Boston were published. In 1915, buoyed by his success in England, Frost and Elinor returned to America where publishers were now eager to publish his poetry. In 1916 they settled down on a farm they purchased in Franconia, New Hampshire. In addition to his poetry, Frost had a long career as a teacher at Amherst University, Dartmouth University, the University of Michigan and Middlebury College.

Frost was 86 years old when he read his poem "The Gift Outright" at the inauguration of President John F. Kennedy on January 20, 1961. He died in Boston two years later, on January 29, 1963.

Frederick Schmidt began collecting Frost’s books while in high school. In 1942, while attending Dartmouth University, Schmidt was introduced to Robert Frost by Dartmouth’s chief librarian Harold Rugg. Schmidt and Frost bonded over their shared interests, and would frequently discuss their love for poetry and nature. Robert Frost and Frederick Schmidt would remain friends throughout their lives and frequently correspond with each other.

Content Description

The collection is organized into three subseries. The first subseries contains manuscript materials. Included in this subseries are Christmas cards/poetry authored by Robert Frost, journals and magazines which published poetry by Robert Frost, articles about Robert Frost, pieces of poetry written in Frost’s own hand, fragmentary correspondence and information about the collector of this collection, Frederick Schmidt. The second subseries contains a selection first, limited or otherwise rare editions of Robert Frost’s books. Many of these books have been signed and inscribed by Robert Frost. The third subseries contains a selection of books and journals in which Robert Frost’s poetry appears or is evaluated. This series includes biographical information about Robert Frost.

Administrative Information

Acquisition Information: Acquired by the University of Wisconsin—Eau Claire Foundation in June 2013. Ownership transferred to the University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire in June 2013.

Access Restrictions: Collection is open to the public; please consult archivist regarding access. Researchers may only access and view one item (book or folder) at a time.

Use Restrictions: Researchers are responsible for using in accordance with 17 U.S.C. Copyright not owned by the University of Wisconsin--Eau Claire.

Preferred Citation: Frederick G. and Joan Christopherson-Schmidt Robert Frost Collection. UHC346. Special Collections & Archives. McIntyre Library. University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire. Eau Claire, WI.

Processing Note: Processed by Greg Kocken in January 2014.

Arrangement: By Series. Series 1 contains manuscript materials, series 2 contains rare books, and series 3 contains books about Frost and his poetry.

Subjects

Personal Names:
Frost, Robert, 1874-1963
Schmidt, Frederick G.

Subject Terms:
Frost, Robert, 1874-1963
Detailed List of Contents

Detailed List of Contents

Series 1: Manuscripts

Description: Correspondence, Christmas cards, original poetry and misc. published works.

Container

Contents

Dates

Notes

Box/Folder 1/1

Frederick G. Schmidt Biographical Information

1/2

The New Hampshire Troubadour, Robert Frost Issue (2 copies)

1946

1/3

Old Landmarks of our Neighborhood, How to find them: Lisbon, Sugar Hill, Franconia, Landaff, Lyman

1938

1/4

Holiday Card, “Triple Plate”

1939

From Ann and Joseph Blumenthal

1/5

Holiday Card, “Our Hold on the Planet”

1940

From Marguerite and Fred Melcher

1/6

Holiday Card, “An Unstamped Letter in our Rural Letter Box”

1944

From Marguerite and Fred Melcher

1/7

Holiday Card, “On Making Certain Anything Has Happened”

1945

Two copies. From Henry Holt and Company and from Ann and Joseph Blumenthal

1/8

Holiday Card, “A Young Birch”

1946

Includes set of ten sent by Frost to Schmidt. In original packaging addressed by Frost.

1/9

Holiday Card, “Closed for Good”

1948

Includes set of seven and two copies sent by Frost to Schmidt.

1/10

Holiday Card, “from a Milkweed Pod”

1954

From Ann and Joseph Blumenthal.

1/11

Holiday Card, “Some Science Fiction”

1955

From Ann and Joseph Blumenthal.

1/12

Holiday Card, “My Objection to Being Stepped On”

1957

From Ann and Joseph Blumenthal.

1/13

Holiday Card, “Away!”

1958

From Ann and Joseph Blumenthal.

1/14

Holiday Card, “A-Wishing Well”

1959

Two copies; one from Ann and Joseph Blumenthal and a second from Robert Frost.

1/15

Holiday Card, “The Wood-Pile”

1961

From Ann and Joseph Blumenthal.

1/16

Holiday Card, “The Prophets Really Prophesy as Mystics The Commentators Merely by Statistics”

1962

From Ann and Joseph Blumenthal

1/17

“Robert Frost and the Spiral Press”

1963

“With Greetings and Holiday Good Wishes, 1963-1964, from Ann and Joseph Blumenthal.

1/18

“Season’s Greetings for the year 1943 from Earle J. Bernheimer”

1943

Reproduction from an original manuscript of an unpublished Robert Frost play. Number 79 of 96.

1/19

“Season’s Greetings for the year 1944 from Earle J. Bernheimer”

1944

Reproduction of the Robert Frost manuscript, “Two Heading Lights.”

1/20

“Several Short Poems”

1924

Autographed by Robert Frost. Inscribed. Includes “The Pasture,” “Stopping by Woods on a Snowy Evening,” “he Oven Bird,” and “An Old Man’s Winter Night.”

1/21

Calendar, “Dartmouth in Portrait,”

1944

Autographed by Robert Frost. Includes Frost poem, “In the Long Night”

1/22

Exhibition Catalogue, “Fifty Years of Robert Frost,” Edited by Ray Nash, Baker Library, Dartmouth, 1944

1943

Two copies. One copy signed by Robert Frost.

2/1

“What Became of New England,” by Robert Frost, Commencement Address, Oberlin College, June 8, 1937

1937

Inscribed, “for Richard E. Morse.”

2/2

“Education by Poetry: A Meditative Monologue,” by Robert Frost, Amherst Alumni Council News, Supplement to Vol. IV, No. 4, March 1931

1931

Autographed by Robert Frost.

2/3

“The Place of the Artist in Society,” by President John F. Kennedy. Spoken at the Dedication of the Robert Frost Library, Amherst College, Mass.

1965

“Greetings and Holiday Good Will 1964-1965 from Ann and Joseph Blumenthal”

2/4

“Robert Frost Speaks Departmentally,” The Robert Frost Library Dedication, October 24, 1965, Amherst, Mass.

1965

Includes facsimile of “Departmental” by Robert Frost

2/5

“A Prospectus for the first separate edition of a poem by Robert Frost and the initial publication of a new private press,” Hanover, New Hampshire, The New Dresden Press, 1955

1955

Includes, “New Hampshire,” by Robert Frost

2/6

“Robert Frost Returns: Poet Welcomed Back to Dartmouth as Ticknor Fellow,” by Charles G. Bolte, Dartmouth Alumni Magazine, November 1943

1943

Includes two photocopies.

2/7

“The Four Beliefs,” by Robert Frost

1931

Autographed by Robert Frost. Inscribed.

2/8

The Book Collector’s Packet: A Miscellany of Fine Books, Bibliography, Typography and Kindred Literary Matters,” Edited by Lloyd Emerson Siberell, Vol. 4, No. 5, January 1946

1946

Included the article, “Robert Frost and His Printers” by Ray Nash. Autographed by Robert Frost.

2/9

“Biblia,” Vol. IX, No. 1, February 1938

1938

Includes publication of two lectures given by Robert Frost, “Poverty and Poetry,” October 25, 1937 and “The Poet’s Next of Kin in a College,” October 26, 1937.

2/10

“Library Notes,” Duke University Library, No. 14, April 1945

1945

Includes information and correspondence about Frost’s visit to Duke University in March 1945.

2/11

“Poems for Robert Frost,” The Beloit Poetry Journal, Chapbook Number 5, 1957

1957

2/12

“The Atlantic,” June, 1951

1951

Includes, “And All We Call American,” and “Poetry and School,” by Robert Frost. Also includes, “Robert Frost’s America,” by Mark Van Doren

2/13

“The Middlebury College News Letter,” Vol. XIV, No. 1, September 1939

1939

Includes “Robert Frost: Godfather of Bread Loaf,” by W. Storrs Lee. Included is a separate printed addition of the article.

2/14

“National Institute News Bulletin,” Vol. V, 1939

1939

Information regarding the Gold Medal of the National Institute of Arts and Letters for Poetry awarded to Robert Frost

2/15

“American Prefaces,” Vol. 4, No. 7, April, 1939

1939

Includes publication of Frost’s poem, “Trespass.” Autographed by Robert Frost. Inscribed.

2/16

“American Prefaces,” Vol. 5, No. 9, June, 1940

1940

Includes publication of Frost’s poem, “Trespass.” Autographed by Robert Frost. Inscribed.

2/17

“Saturday Review,” April 12, 1958

1958

Includes the article, “Robert Frost” The Way to the Poem,” by John Ciardi, and the Frost poem, “Of a Winter Evening.”

2/18

“Time,” Vol. LVI, No. 15, October 9, 1950

1950

Includes an article and several poems written by Robert Frost.

2/19

“Woodcuts U.S.A.” by Helen West Heller

1947

Includes lines from, “After Apple-Picking,” and “The Scholar Gipsy.” Autographed by Robert Frost. Inscribed.

2/20

“The American Mercury,” Vol. 1, No. 1, January 1924

1924

Includes advertisement of Frost’s book, “New Hampshire.”

2/21

Catalogue, “The Earle J. Bernheimer Collection of First Editions of American Authors,” 1950

1950

2/22

Leaflet, “Robert Frost,” by George Matthew Adams

1946

2 copies, one is autographed by George Matthew Adams. Includes pamphlet, “The George Matthew Adams Vachel Lindsay Collection.”

2/23

Musical scores featuring text by Robert Frost

2/24

“Harper’s Magazine,” July 1920

1920

Includes Robert Frost’s poems, “Fragmentary Blue,” “Place for a Third,” Good-By and Keep Cold,” and “For Once, Then, Something.”

3/1

“The Poetry Quartos,” May 1929

1929

Includes, “The Lonely Shall by Choosers,” by Robert Frost.

3/2

“Poetry: A Magazine of Verse,” Vol. II, No. 2

1913

Includes a review of “A Boy’s Will.” Pages uncut.

3/3

“Poetry: A Magazine of Verse,” Vol. V, No. III

1914

Includes a review of “North of Boston.” Pages uncut.

3/4

Holiday Card, “To a Young Wretch”

1937

Includes envelope addressed in Frost’s hand. From Elinor and Robert Frost.

3/5

Holiday Card, “Neither Far Out Nor In Deep,”

1935

From Elinor and Robert Frost. Autographed. Inscribed.

3/6

“The Old Farmer’s Almanac”

1942

Features the poetry of Robert Frost, selected by Frost, on the calendar pages.

3/7

“The Old Farmer’s Almanac”

1956

3/8

“Orris C. Manning Memorial”

1946

Broadside featuring the first half of Frost, “The Courage to Be New,” printed on the front and the second half written in Frost’s hand on the reverse. Autographed. Inscribed.

3/9

Holiday Card, “Two Tramps in Mud Time”

1934

Autographed. Inscribed.

3/10

Manuscript, “Willful Homing”

c. 1938

This poem first appeared in “The Saturday Review of Literature,” in February 1938 and was later published in Frost’s seventh volume of poetry, “A Witness Tree,” in 1942.

3/11

Manuscript, “Never Again Would Birds Song be the Same”

c. 1942

This poem first appeared in Frost’s seventh volume of poetry, “A Witness Tree,” in 1942.

3/12

Manuscript, “A Loose Mountain,” “Telescopic”

c. 1942

This poem first appeared in Frost’s seventh volume of poetry, “A Witness Tree,” in 1942.

3/13

Manuscript, “Trespass”

c. 1939

This poem first appeared in “American Prefaces,” in April 1939 (See Box 2, Folder 15,” and later appeared in Frost’s seventh volume of poetry, “A Witness Tree,” in 1942.

3/14

Manuscript, “It is Almost the Year Two Thousand”

c. 1942

This poem first appeared in Frost’s seventh volume of poetry, “A Witness Tree,” in 1942.

3/15

Manuscript, “Dust of Snow” (untitled)

May 17, 1925

This poem first appeared in the “London Mercury,” December 1920 as “A Favour,” and next appeared in the “Yale Review,” as “Snow Dust,” in January 1921. In its current version the poem was published in “New Hampshire,” in 1923. This manuscript copy was written by Frost after publication.

3/16

Manuscript, “What Fifty Said” (untitled)

c. 1930

Inscribed for Elizabeth V. F. Vorselles(?). The Poem was added to “West-Running Brook,” (1928) in Frost’s 1930 volume, “Collected Poems.”

3/17

Photocopied Manuscript, “It Bids Pretty Fair”

Photocopy undated. Poem c. 1947

This poem first appeared in Frost’s volume, “Steeple Bush,” in 1947.

3/18

Correspondence, Letter to Mr. Smith (unidentified) from Robert Frost, Amherst, Mass., July 1, 1936

1936

Possibly regarding a request for poetry.

3/19

Correspondence, Letter to Mr. Groff(?) Conklin

4/1

“A Witness Tree”

1942

Braille version.

4/2

“The New York Times Book Review,” May 29, 1949

1949

Includes the article, “Enduring Wisdom from a Poet-Sage: Robert Frost’s Lucid Verse Transcends The Regionalism for Which He Is Noted,” by David Daiches.

4/3

“The New York Times Book Review,” March 21, 1954

1954

Includes the article, “A Poet, Too, Must Learn the Magic Way of Poetry” by Robert Frost.

4/4

“The New York Times Book Review,” June 19, 1960

1960

Includes the article, “A Complex, Simple Man as Yankee as the Flag," by Elizabeth Shepley Sergeant

4/5

“The New York Times Magazine,” March 26, 1950

1950

Includes the article, “Closeup of an American Poet at 75: Robert Frost’s agile mind is a treasure-house of this country’s thought, incidents and ideas,” by John Holmes.

4/6

“Milwaukee Journal,” January 9, 1961

1961

Includes the article “When Frost Forgot Poetry: America’s Foremost Poet Concentrated on His Team and Plow, and Suddenly the Ideas Locked Inside Him Were Released,” by Frances Stover.

4/7

Newspaper clippings

Unboxed

Record Album, “Robert Frost reads his poetry”

1957

Series 2: Rare Books

Description: First, limited and other rare editions of books by Robert Frost. Many of these works have been signed and inscribed by Robert Frost.

Title

Publication Date

Call

Number

Notes

Poems of Robert Frost

1946

PS 3511 .R94 1946

Complete Poems

1949

PS 3511 .R94 1949

Complete Poems

1949

PS 3511 .R94 1949a

Number 112 of 500. Autographed by Robert Frost.

Collected Poems

1930

PS 3511 .R94 A17 1930

Autographed by Robert Frost. Inscribed. Bound upside down, uncut pages.

Collected Poems

1930

PS 3511 .R94 A17 1930a

Collected Poems of Robert Frost

1939

PS 3511 .R94 A17 1939

Autographed by Robert Frost. Inscribed.

Selected Poems

1928

PS 3511. R94 A6 1928

Augustan Books of Poetry: Robert Frost

1932

PS 3511 .R94 A6 1932

No cover.

Augustan Books of Poetry: Robert Frost

1932

PS 3511 .R94 A6 1932a

Autographed by Robert Frost.

Selected Poems

1936

PS 3511 .R94 A6 1936

Come In and Other Poems

1943

PS 3511 .R94 A6 1943

A Masque of Reason

1948

PS 3511 .R94 A6 1948

A Boy's Will

1913

PS 3511 .R94 B6 1913

Autographed by Robert Frost. Inscribed. Hardcover.

A Boy's Will

1913

PS 3511 .R94 B6 1913

Autographed by Robert Frost. Inscribed. Paperback

A Boy's Will

1934

PS 3511 .R94 B6 1934

A Boy's Will

1934

PS 3511 .R94 B6 1934

Autographed by Robert Frost.

Cow's in the Corn

1929

PS 3511 .R94 C6 1929

Number 90 of 91. Autographed by Robert Frost.

From Snow to Snow

1936

PS 3511 .R94 F7 1936

Autographed by Robert Frost. Inscribed. Includes original envelope.

From Snow to Snow

1936

PS 3511 .R94 F7 1936

Includes Hampshire Bookshop pamphlet.

A Further Range

1936

PS 3511 .R94 F8 1936

A Further Range

1936

PS 3511 .R94 F8 1936a

Number 121 of 803. Autographed by Robert Frost. Inscribed.

The Gold Hesperidee

1935

PS 3511 .R94 G6 1935

Autographed by Robert Frost. Inscribed.

The Gold Hesperidee

1935

PS 3511 .R94 G6 1935

The Gold Hesperidee

1935

PS 3511 .R94 G6 1935

Number 121 of 200.

Hard Not to Be King

1951

PS 3511 .R94 H37 1951

Number 178 of 300. Autographed by Robert Frost. Includes publisher’s announcement.

In the Clearing

1962

PS 3511 .R94 I5 1962

The Lone Striker

1933

PS 3511 .R94 L6 1933

Autographed by Robert Frost. Inscribed.

The Lovely Shall Be Choosers

1929

PS 3511 .R94 L71929

A Masque of Mercy

1947

PS 3511 .R94 M26 1947

A Masque of Mercy

1947

PS 3511 .R94 M26 1947a

Number 119 of 751. Autographed by Robert Frost. Inscribed.

A Masque of Reason

1945

PS 3511 .R94 M3 1945

Number 173 of 800. Autographed by Robert Frost.

A Masque of Reason

1945

PS 3511 .R94 M3 1945a

Mountain Interval

1916

PS 3511 .R94 M6 1916

Autographed by Robert

Frost. Inscribed, “For

Frederick G. Schmidt.” April 15, 1946 with the full version of his poem “One Step Backward Taken.”

New Hampshire: A Poem

1923

PS 3511 .R94 N4 1923a

Number 51 of 350. Autographed by Robert Frost. Inscribed.

New Hampshire

1923

PS 3511 .R94 N4 1923b

Advance copy.

North of Boston

1914

PS 3511 .R94 N6 1914

North of Boston

1914

PS 3511 .R94 N6 1914

Autographed by Robert Frost. Inscribed.

Steeple Bush

1947

PS 3511 .R94 S71947

Steeple Bush

1947

PS 3511 .R94 S7 1947a

Number 68 of 751. Autographed by Robert Frost.

Three Poems

1935

PS 3511.R94 T5 1935

Number 6 of 125.

A Way Out: A One Act Play

1930

PS3511. R94 W3 1930

Number 372 of 485. Autographed by Robert Frost. Inscribed.

West-running Brook

1928

PS 3511 .R94 W4 1928a

Number 16 of 1000. Autographed by Robert Frost. Inscribed.

West-running Brook

1928

PS3511. R94 W4 1928

A Witness Tree

1942

PS3511. R94 W5 1942

Series 3: Reference, Biographical and Other Published Works

Description: Reference and biographical books which provide context for understanding Robert Frost and his poetry. Also included in this series are other published works which feature Robert Frost’s poetry.

Title

Author

Publication Date

Call Number

Notes

The Pilgrim Spirit: The Tercentenary Pageant

Baker, George P.

1921

F68 .B14 1921

Verse by Robert Frost et. al.

Come Christmas

Frost, Lesley

1929

PN6110 .C5 F8 1929

Autographed by Robert Frost.

An Annual Review of New Poetry

Robert Frost et. al.

1917

PR1225 .A6 1917

Uncut pages.

The Best Poems of 1927

Moult, Thomas

1927

PR1226 .M65 1927

Uncut pages. “Sand Dunes”

Some Modern American Poets

Southworth, James Granville

1950

PS305. S6 1950

Anthology of Magazine Verse for 1915

Braithwaite, William Stanley

1915

PS614 .A678 1915

Contains “The Road Not Taken” and The Death of the Hired Man”

The Breath of Parted Lips: Voices from the Robert Frost Place, Vol. One

Hall, Don

2001

PS615 .B647 2001

Anthology of poetry.

Poetry of Robert Frost

Lathem, Edward Connery

1969

PS3511. R94 1969

Robert Frost: FarmPoultryman

Lathem, Edward Connery & Lawrance Thompson.

1963

PS3511. R94 A16 1963

Poetry of Robert Frost: Collected Poems…

Lathem, Edward Connery

1975

PS3511. R94 A17 1975

Early Frost: The First Three Books

Jeffrey Meyers

1996

PS3511. R94 A6 1946

Road Not Taken

Cosgrave II, John O'Hara

1951

PS3511. R94 A6 1951

Robert Frost: Poetry and Prose

Frost, Robert

1984

PS3511.

R94 A6

1984

The Road Not Taken: A Selection of Robert Frost's Poems

Untermeyer, Louis

1985

PS3511. R94 A6 1985

Robert Frost Reader

Lathem, Edward Connery and Lawrance Thompson

2002

PS3511. R94 A6 2002

Robert Frost Reader

Lathem, Edward Connery and Lawrance Thompson

2002

PS3511. R94 A6 2002

You Come Too: Favorite Poems for All Ages

Frost, Robert

2002

PS3511. R94 A6 2002b

The Yale Review: A National Quarterly

Cross, Wilbur

1921

PS3511. R94 N35 1934

The Robert Frost Encyclopedia

Tuten, Nancy Lewis and John Zubizarreta

2001

PS3511. R94 Z459 2001

Homage to Robert Frost

Brodsky, Joseph

1996

PS3511. R94 Z5557 1996

Poetry of Robert Frost

Brower, Reuben Arthur

1963

PS3511. R94 Z556

Robert Frost: A Bibliography

Clymer, W. B. Shubrick

1937

PS3511. R94 Z56 1937

Robert Frost and John Bartlett: The Record of a Friendship

Anderson, Margaret Bartlett

1963

PS3511. R94 Z57 1963

Robert Frost: A Collection of Critical Essays

Cox, James M.

1962

PS3511. R94 Z588 1962

A Swinger of Birches: a Portrait of Robert Frost

Cox, Sidney

1957

PS3511. R94 Z59 1957

Robert Frost : original "ordinary man"

Cox, Sidney

1929

PS3511. R94 Z6 1929

Number 39 of 1000. Autographed (Sydney Cox).

Robert Frost : original "ordinary man"

Cox, Sidney

1929

PS3511. R94 Z6 1929

Number 858 of 1000. Autographed (Sydney Cox).

Robert Frost: Original “Ordinary Man”

Cox, Sydney

1929

PS3511. R94 Z62 1929

Autographed (Sydney Cox). Inscribed.

Robert Frost and the Lawrence, Massachusetts, 'High School Bulletin'

Lathem, Edward Connery

1966

PS3511. R94 Z7642 1966

Robert Frost: A Biography

Meyers, Jeffrey

1996

PS3511. R94 Z788 1996

Robert Frost: A Pictorial Chronicle

Morrison, Kathleen

1974

PS3511. R94 Z795 1974

Making Poems for America: Robert Frost

Munson, Gorham Bert

1962

PS3511. R94 Z798 1962

Robert Frost: A Study in Sensibility and Good Sense

Munson, Gorham Bert

1968

PS3511. R94 Z8 1968

Frost: A literary life reconsidered

Pritchard, William H.

1984

PS3511. R94 Z89 1984

Recognition of Robert Frost

Thornton, Richard

1937

PS3511. R94 Z9 1937

Frost: The Poet and His Poetry

Sohn, David A.

1967

PS3511. R94 Z9245 1967

Fire & Ice: the Art and Thought of Robert Frost

Thompson, Lawrance Roger

1961

PS3511. R94 Z93 1961

A Letter to Robert Frost

Hillyer, Robert

1937

PS3515. I69 L4 1937

Percy MacKaye: a symposium on his fiftieth birthday

Lowell, Amy Lowell

1928

PS3525. A25 Z7 1928

King Jasper: A Poem

Robinson, Edwin Arlington

1935

PS3535. O25 K5 1935

Introduction by Robert Frost

King Jasper: A Poem (limited edition, slipcase)

Robinson, Edwin Arlington

1935

PS3535. O25 K5 1935a

Number 227 of 250. Introduction by Robert Frost

Vermont Afternoons with Robert Frost

Orton, Vrest

1979

PS3565. R8 V4 1979

Anthology of magazine verse

Braithwaite, William Stanley

1915

PS614 .A678 1915

Contains “The Road Not Taken” and “The Death of the Hired Man”

Star-Points: Songs of Joy, Faith, and Promise

Richards, Mrs. Waldo

1921

PS614. R45 1921

Anthologie de la poâesie americaine contemporaine

Le Breton, Maurice

1948

PS619. F7 L4 1948

Uncut pages.

Intervals of Robert Frost

Mertins, Louis

1947

Z8317.7 8 M4 1947

Robert Frost: A Chronological Survey

Wesleyan University Library (L.R. Thompson, compiler)

1936

Z8317.7 8 W51 1936

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