Indiana Poetry Society papers, 1897-1947 | Purdue University Libraries, Archives and Special Collections
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Scope and Contents: The Indiana Poetry Society papers (1897-1947; 0.2 cubic feet) is a collection of manuscript poems and letters by members of the Indiana Poetry Society, as gathered by the society president and founder, Eletha Mae Taylor, along with some of her personal papers. Among the personal papers is a composition book containing notations on the study of poetry and literature and spelling/vocabulary lists, music scores, poetry, newspaper clippings and correspondence. The composition book and manuscript book are in fragile condition.