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Finding Aid for the Collection of Materials Relating to Frederic Prokosch, ca. 1929-1965
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Prokosch, Frederic, 1908- . Letters to Joseph Rous Paget-Fredericks. v.p. v.d.

Box 1

1929.

Physical Description: Holograph. 12 items.
Box 1

1930.

Physical Description: Holograph. 10 items.
Box 1

1931-1933.

Physical Description: Holograph. 6 items.
Box 1

1934-1936.

Physical Description: Holograph. 7 items.
Box 1

Prokosch, Frederic, 1908- . Letters to Ben Abramson. v.p. 1934-1938.

Physical Description: Holograph. 6 items.
 

Writings by Prokosch. v.d.

Box 1

The lonely unicorn. n.p. n.d.

Physical Description: 1 leaf. Typescript with notes in ink by Paget-Fredericks (?).
Box 1

Death in autumn. n.p. 1929.

Physical Description: 38 leaves. Typescript (carbon), bound.

Scope and Content Note

This edition of these poems was made in the Summer of 1929. It is limited to 4 copies, numbered and signed by the author, this being no.3. Frederic Prokosch.
Box 1

--- Cupid's Whirligig, and Hecate's House, being a collection of tales by... New Haven, Connecticut. 1930.

Physical Description: 132 leaves. Typescript (carbon), bound.

Scope and Content Note

This volume was made in the Spring of 1930 at New Haven, Conn. It is printed on Scotch linen and bound in French hand-stamped rag-paper. There are twelve illustrations, including a frontispiece, all hand-drawn and hand-colored by the author. This edition is limited to four copies, this being no.2. Frederic Prokosch.
Box 1

Keltner, Jeanie. Bibliography of Frederic Prokosch. Los Angeles. ca. 1965.

Physical Description: On cards in 2 manila card files.

Scope and Content Note

This was compiled at UCLA for a course in bibliography. It includes novels, separately published poems, anthologized poems, collections of poems, translations, articles, short stories, unpublished material and manuscripts, discussions or reviews of specific books (listed alphabetically by author under book title), and general discussions.