Carlyle Ferren MacIntyre (1890-1967) is known for his poetry and translations of Baudelaire, Verlaine, Goethe and Rilke. The
collection consists of literary manuscripts, research notes, ephemera, photographs, and correspondence of Carlyle Ferren MacIntyre.
MacIntyre was born in Des Moines, Iowa in 1890; taught English at Los Angeles Polytechnic High School, Occidental College
(1924-28), UCLA (1928-38), and University of California at Berkeley (1938-44); was best known for his poetry and translations
of Baudelaire, Verlaine, and Rilke; awarded a Guggenheim Fellowship in 1938 to work on a translation of Goethe's Faust (published in 1941); awarded Fulbright Fellowships in 1948 and 1953 to continue work on his translations of Rilke, Baudelaire,
Mallarmé and Goethe; lived in Paris, Mexico, Germany, France (1955-67); suffered an incapacitating stroke in 1960; died in
Stuttgart, Germany on June 30, 1967.
37 boxes (18.5 linear ft.)
1 oversize box
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