Sara Teasdale was an American poet born in 1884. Over the years, she ran with several literary and poetry circles, even starting a literary magazine with one group called The Potter’s Wheel. Through these circles, she met Vachel Lindsay, with whom she had a relationship and a later friendship. In 1918, Sara Teasdale won the Pulitzer Prize for her collection of poetry, Love Songs.
The collection includes two manuscripts and four letters by Sara Teasdale. Recipients of the correspondence include Anna Catherine and Edwin Markham as well as John Meyers O’Hara.
This collection was digitized as part of Project REVEAL (Read and View English & American Literature).
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