Collection Stored Off-Site

All or portions of this collection are housed off-site. Materials can still be requested but researchers should expect a delay of up to two business days for retrieval.

Series 16
Collected material
Box 411

Scope and Content Note

This series consists of materials which were produced after Dickey's death in 1997 or material collected from other sources.

Box Folder Content
411 1 Clippings re James Dickey's Death
411 2 Material re James Dickey: The World As a Lie by Henry Hart
411 3 "In Memory of James Dickey," Online NewsHour typescript of Elizabeth Farnsworth interview w/ Stanley Plumley, 20 January 1997
411 4 Letters from James Dickey to Inman Mays, 1980-1992, includes TS of “The Enclosure” dated December 3, 1958
411 5 Emails among Dickey family members concerning Dickey biography, March 2000
411 6 Correspondence, James Dickey to Christopher Pearson, May 9, 1979
411 7 Correspondence, James Dickey to Lance Lee concerning Ted Hughes, July 24, 1979
411 8 Correspondence, James Dickey to Ken Hanson, 1963-1972 [3 letters]
416 1 Sound recording, 33 1/3 rpm, The Poems of James Dickey, 1957-1967, Directed by Arthur Luce Klein, Read by the poet, 1967
416 2 Correspondence from James Dickey to James Karman, 1968-1983
416 3 Typescript, "A Poet Witnesses a Bold Mission," Life Magazine, November 1, 1968
417 3 James Dickey, memorial materials, University of South Carolina, 2007
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