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Descriptive Summary
PURL:
http://purl.oclc.org/umarchives/MUM00064/
Creator:
Canzoneri, Robert Wilson
Title:
Robert Canzoneri Collection.
Inclusive Dates:
1962-1963
Materials in:
English
Abstract:
Collection consists of manuscripts and few correspondences related to the life and work of Robert Canzoneri written from 1962-1963.
Quantity:
10 boxes.
Number:
MUM00064
Location:
A-8.
Repository :
The University of Mississippi
J.D. Williams Library
Department of Archives and Special Collections
P.O. Box 1848, University, MS 38677-1848, USA
Phone: 662.915.7408
Fax: 662.915.5734
E-Mail: archive@olemiss.edu
URL: http://www.olemiss.edu/depts/general_library/archives/
Cite as:
Robert Canzoneri Collection (MUM00064). The Department of Archives and Special Collections, J.D. Williams Library, The University of Mississippi.

Biographical Note
Robert Canzoneri was born in 1924 in Texas. He moved when he was two months old to Clinton, Mississippi, where he grew up in a strongly Baptist family. After graduating from Clinton High School, Canzoneri served in WWII. He returned to Clinton, took a B.A. at Mississippi College in 1948, and subsequently took an M.A. in English at the University of Mississippi in 1951. During the 50's Canzoneri taught English and began to publish, placing work in Story Magazine and Epoch. During the 60's he took a Ph.D. at Stanford in 1965, published a memoir, I Do So Politely (1965) and a novel, Men with Little Hammers(1969). From 1968 on he directed the creative writing program at Ohio State University Columbus (he is now emeritus). While there he saw to publication a volume of poems, Watch Us Pass (1968), short stories, Barbed Wire, And Other Stories (1970), a critical textbook, Fiction And Analysis: Seven Major Themes (1970), and an autobiographical reflection on his Sicilian roots, A Highly Ramified Tree (1976).
Canzoneri's other major work is Potboiler : An Amateur's Affair With La Cuisine (1989).

Scope and Contents Note
Collection consists of manuscripts and few correspondences related to the life and work of Robert Canzoneri written from 1952-1970.

Restrictions
Access Restrictions
Open.
Use Restriction
The copyright law of the United States (Title 17, United States Code) governs the making of photocopies or other reproductions of copyrighted material. Under certain conditions specified in the law, libraries and archives are authorized to furnish a photocopy or other reproduction. One of these specified conditions is that the photocopy or reproduction is not to be "used for any purpose other than private study, scholarship or research." If a user makes a request for, or later uses, a photocopy or reproduction for purposes in excess of "fair use", that user may be liable for copyright infringement.

Container List
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Item 1. "Back to Columbus." Poem. A draft. 6 pieces.

Item 2. Barbed Wire and Other Stories. New York: The Dial Press, Inc., 1970. Collected short stories, some 14 stories in all. A draft. 180 pieces.

3. Barbed Wire and Other Stories. Miscellaneous title pages, dedication pages, and tables of content. 13 pieces.

4. Barbed Wire and Other Stories. Short story, "Barbed Wire." Four drafts; also parts. In two of the drafts, the story has other titles - "John Q. Public and the Barbed Wire Fence" and "The Barbed Wire Fence." 105 pieces.

5. Barbed Wire and Other Stories. Short story, "The Extended Hand." Six drafts; also parts. 126 pieces.

6. Barbed Wire and Other Stories. Short story, "The Poetess." Four drafts; also parts. 101 pieces.

7. Barbed Wire and Other Stories. Short story, "Under the Black Umbrella." One copy; a printed version with corrections. Notice relationship between this story and section drafts of Canzoner's Men With Little Hammers. 5 pieces.

8. Barbed Wire and Other Stories. Short story, "Freddy-Bear" Three drafts; also part draft. 74 pieces.

9. Barbed Wire and Other Stories. Short story, "Sunday Preacher." Two drafts; one a printed version with corrections. 29 pieces.

10. Barbed Wire and Other Stories. Short story, "The Wight of Feathers." Two drafts; one draft bears the title "Egg Hunt.' 28 pieces.

11. Barbed Wire and Other Stories. Short story, "City of Heaven." Two drafts; one a printed version with corrections. 28 pieces.

12. Barbed Wire and Other Stories. Short story, "The Prodigal Uncle." Four drafts. 82 pieces.

13. Barbed Wire and Other Stories. Short story, "The Peak of the Ritual." One copy; a printed version with corrections. 4 pieces.

14. Barbed Wire and Other Stories. Short story, "A Very Pretty Girl." Six drafts; also parts. One of the drafts has attached a "Comment" on the story by Tom Parker, evidently a student of Professor Cansoneri's (four pages). 227 pieces.

15. Barbed Wire and Other Stories. Short story, "The Harp of the Winds." Three drafts; also parts. At one time the story bore the title "The Graveyard." 62 pieces.

16. Barbed Wire and Other Stories. Short story, "Moffett." Four drafts; also parts. At one time the story bore the title "The Rain." Notice relationship between this story and section drafts of Canzoneri's Men with Little Hammers. 77 pieces.

17. Barbed Wire and Other Stories. Short story, "The Shodow of Death." Five drafts; also parts. 131 pieces.

Item 18. Beat at This Gate. Novel (unpublished). A draft. 151 pieces.

Item 19. "Bird Dog Man." Poem. A draft. 12 pieces.

Item 20. Black Sheep, Black Sheep. Play in two acts. A draft. 117 pieces.

Item 21. Black Sheep, Black Sheep. Play in two acts. A draft. 126 pieces.

Item 22. Black Sheep, Black Sheep. Play in two acts. A draft. 117 pieces.

Item 23. Black Sheep, Black Sheep. Play in two acts. Play at this point called, simply, Black Sheep. 126 pieces.

Item 24. Black Sheep, Black Sheep. Play in two acts. Miscellaneous pages. 12 pieces.

Item 25. "Crosswalks." Play in one act. A draft. 39 pieces.

Item 26. "The End." Play in one act. Two drafts. The first draft in the folder probably precedes in composition the latter. 58 pieces.

Item 27. Fiction and Analysis: Seven Major Themes. Canzoneri, Robert and Page Stegner, comps. Glenview, Illinois, Scott, Foresman and Company [1970]
Miscellaneous pages from the above anthology. 87 pieces.

Item 28. "The Frying Pan." Novel (unpublished, first chapter). A draft. 12 pieces.

Item 29. "The Goldwater Acceptance Speech: A Close Look." Article (?).
A part draft. 8 pieces.

Item 30. "The Hill." Short story. Two drafts; also parts. Apparently bore the title "Blood" in early version. 56 pieces.

Item 31. "How To Succeed in Show Business Without Really." Short story. A draft. 8 pieces.

Item 32. "I Do So Politely": A Voice from the South. Boston: Hougton Mifflin Company, 1965.
Non-fiction. A draft; pages of notes for corrections; discarded pages. 257 pieces.

Item 33. "I Do So Politely": A Voice from the South. Non-fiction. A draft. 188 pieces.

Item 34. "I Do So Politely": A Voice from the South. Non-fiction. A few odd pages short of a complete draft; also parts. Appears to be a "first complete; draft of this particular work. 306 pieces.

Item 35. "I Do So Politely": A Voice from the South. Non-fiction. Galley sheets. 45 pieces.

Item 36. "I Do So Politely": A Voice from the South. Non-fiction. Miscellaneous pages. 216 pieces.

Item 37. "I Do So Politely": A Voice from the South. Non-fiction. Miscellaneous pages; notes for corrections. 85 pieces.

Item 38. "I Do So Politely": A Voice from the south. Non-fiction. A magazine article in the Beacon (Mississippi College), June, 1964. Mr. Canzoneri has made marks on pp. 4-5, underlining parts of an unsigned article, "Mississippi's Economic Plight...Is There Hope?" Since this magazine and article were included with MS material for "I Do So Politely": A Voice from the South, it is assumed Professor Canzoneri was interested in the figures given when he was working on the above book.

Item 39. "I Do So Politely": A Voice from the South. Non-fiction. Miscellaneous pages - probably from some early draft of the book. 22 pieces.

Item 41. "Informing What We Make." Article by Theodore van Fossen. A photocopy ("Revised and edited 31 October 1968"). As stated on the last page, Mr. Canzoneri gave editorial help in the preperation of this monograph. 31 pieces.

Item 42. "The Island." Short story. Two drafts. The story once bore the title "Which Way I Flie." 20 pieces.

Item 43. "The Island." Short story. printed version in The Arrowhead, Magazine of MIssissippi College, vol. 1, no. 6 (February, 1948), pp. 4, 13-16. (One magazine.) 1 piece.

Item 44. Letter. A draft. From Mr. Canzoneri to Mr. William Hogam, San Francisco Chronicle, San Francisco, California, dated November 11, 1963. This letter to newspaper above in reply to a letter written by Lucius Beebe. The main point of Mr. Canzoneri's letter concerns itself with the Hemingway-Fitzgerald business about the "rich." Reference Fitzgerald's "The Rich Boy" and Hemingway's "The Snows of Kilimanjaro." 1 piece.

Item 45. The Lines Are Drawn. A projected work with photographs by Caroline Abraham and text by Robert Canzoneri; probably unpublished. Miscellaneous pages. 10 pieces.

Item 46. "Man of the House." Play in one act. A draft. 16 pieces.

Item 47. "Men With Little Hammers. New York: The Dial Press, Inc., 1969. (There would appear to be no one complete version of this novel. Here, it has been separated into 94 folders. The general practice used has been to deal with the sections - "Books" - and then chapters within the three Books. Bulk holograph material has been dealt with separately, toward the end of this particular "Item run." This itemized list is a tentative effort to put the novel into parts and, to an extent, place these parts in the sequence in which they were written. This effort - it cannot be too strongly emphsized - makes no pretention toward being a definite and orderly file, that is, a logical description of the creative process by which Mr. Canzoneri wrote his nove. At best, it is a separation, and evenon this point there is no pretention as to exactitude. All that can be hoped is that this arrangement may be of some use to a scholar.)
Novel. Miscellaneous pages. The material appears to bear no resemblance to any part of the published work (Dr. Pullman comparing the "tone" of the day, and of objects, to the style of various painters, amy have its parallel in Book One, Chapter 4, " The Dye Is Cast.") 5 pieces.

48. Men With Little Hammers. Novel. A draft; probably the oldest version of Book One. 86 pieces.

49. Men With Little Hammers. Novel. A draft; an old version of the novel - its beginning - with a two page summary of the remainder. Parallels Item 50. 57 pieces.

50. Men With Little Hammers. Novel. A draft; an old version of the novel - its beginning - with a two page summary of the remainder. See Item 49. 43 pieces.

51. Men With Little Hammers. Novel. A draft; version of Book One, Chapter 1 (beginning). Similar to published work; appears to be basis for rework, Item 52. 5 pieces.

52. Men With Little Hammers. Novel. A draft; Book One, Chapter 1 (beginning). Similar to published work. 4 pieces.

53. Men With Little Hammers. Novel. Draft page; see Item 49, also page 20 of published work (Book One, Chapter 2). 1 piece.

54. Men With Little Hammers. Novel. A draft; parts of Book One, Chapters 2-7. Early version. See page 20 (etc.) of published work. 24 pieces.

55. Men With Little Hammers. Novel. A draft; parts of Book One, Chapters 2-7. Early version. See page 20 (etc.) of published work. First 13 pages same as Item 54. 25 pieces.

56. Men With Little Hammers. Novel. A draft; Book One. As such, appears complete. 106 pieces.

57. Men With Little Hammers. Novel. A draft; Book One. There are a number of missing pages. It would appear that the draft is a rework of Item 56. 60 pieces.

58. Men With Little Hammers. Novel. A draft; Book One. As such, appears complete. This draft would seem to be a rework of Item 57. Quite close to published version. 108 pieces.

59. Men With Little Hammers. Novel. A draft; Book One. Many missing pages. Close to published version. 11 pieces.

60. Men With Little Hammers. Novel. A draft; Book One. Many missing pages. Perhaps closer to finished work than Item 59. 11 pieces.

61. Men With Little Hammers. Novel. A draft; Book One. These few pages close to published work. 3 pieces.

62. Men With Little Hammers. Novel. A draft; Book Two, Chapter 8. Bears many points of resemblance with Item 48 (Book One, Chapter 5), also with published work, though in each case numerous changes have been made. Compare with published version pp. 218-223. 8 pieces.

63. Men With Little Hammers. Novel. A draft; Book Two, Chapter 2. Some early version of the first page. Seems to precede, in working state same page as in draft Item 64. 1 piece.

64. Men With Little Hammers. Novel. A draft; Book Two. As such, appears complete. 122 pieces.

65. Men With Little Hammers. Novel. A draft; Book Two, Chapter 3. One page, odd. Worded like page Item 66, though the last three sentences are carried over to next page in Item draft cited above. (A duplicate.) 2 pieces.

66. Men With Little Hammers. Novel. A draft; Book Two. There are a number of missing pages. Close to published version. 31 pieces.

67. Men With Little Hammers. Novel. A draft; Book Two. As such, appears complete. Quite close to published version. This draft would appear to be a rework of Item 66. 121 pieces.

68. Men With Little Hammers. Novel. A draft; Book Two. Many missing pages. Reworked. These scattered pieces are closer to the published version than other preceding pages. 10 pieces.

69. Men With Little Hammers. Novel. A draft; Book Two. Manu missing pages. In part, reworked. Compare with Item 68. 10 pieces.

70. Men With Little Hammers. Novel. A draft; Book Two. Many missing pages. Compare with Item 68. 6 pieces.

71. Men With Little Hammers. Novel. A draft; Book Three. As such, appears complete. Though similar in part to the published version, the latter chapters, particularly, are different. Here, Ella Taine has Vito's child; Professor Spengler accepts responsibility for Ella and the baby. 112 pieces.

72. Men With Little Hammers. Novel. A draft; Book Three, Chapter 1; part. Here we have the last pages of the chapter, and though similar to other versions, this draft has no exact parallel. Probably precedes in composition Item 73. 8 pieces.

73. Men With Little Hammers. Novel. A draft; Book Three, Chapter 1, 2; part. Close to finished work. Probably precedes draft Item 76. 14 pieces.

74. Men With Little Hammers. Novel. A draft; Book Three, Chapter 1, 2; part. Compare with Item 73. 14 pieces.

75. Men With Little Hammers. Novel. A draft; Book Three, Chapter 1, 2; part. Compare with Item 73. 12 pieces.

76. Men With Little Hammers. Novel. A draft; Book Three, Chapter 1, 2. Quite close to published version. 49 pieces.

77. Men With Little Hammers. Novel. A draft; Book Three, Chapter 2; part. Not reworked. Compare with Item 76. 7 pieces.

78. Men With Little Hammers. Novel. A draft; Book Three, Chapter 4, 7. Older version. Se Item 71 for parellel. 20 pieces.

79. Men With Little Hammers. Novel. A draft; Book Three, Chapter 3. A rework of Item 78. Here, we are getting away from Ella Taine actually having a baby, or so it would seem (in this state of rework things are not too clear; in fact, Professor Spengler is accused of being the father). Chapter 4 of Item 78 is now Chapter 3. 9 pieces.

80. Men With Little Hammers. Novel. A draft; Book Three, Chapter 3; part. Actually, this may be an earlier version than Item 79. The last sentence states that Ella Taine's baby was born "this afternoon." 10 pieces.

81. Men With Little Hammers. Novel. A draft; Book Three, Chapter 3, 5; parts. A rework. Here, one is getting away from the definite fact that Ella Taine has a baby. 12 pieces.

82. Men With Little Hammers. Novel. A draft; Book Three, Chapter 3; part. Mixed version. Latter pages parellel Item 82. 11 pieces.

84. Men With Little Hammers. Novel. A draft; Book Three, Chapter 3; part. Mixed version. Latter pages parellel Item 82. 11 pieces.

85. Men With Little Hammers. Novel. A draft; Book Three, Chapter 2 (one page), Chapters 3-6. Close to published work; Chapter 6, however, is (in part) a mixed version. 59 pieces.

86. Men With Little Hammers. Novel. Book Three, Chapter 5 - "Striding the Blast" (cut from published work). See Item 71 for parellel. 5 pieces.

87. Men With Little Hammers. Novel. A draft; Book Three, Chapter 4, 5; parts. Fairly close to published work. 20 pieces.

88. Men With Little Hammers. Novel. A draft; Book Three, Chapter 4, 5; parts. Compare with Item 87. 19 pieces.

89. Men With Little Hammers. Novel. A draft; Book Three, Chapter 4, 5; parts. Compare with Item 87. 19 pieces.

90. Men With Little Hammers. Novel. A draft; Book Three, Chapter 5. One page, duplicate. Close to published work. 2 pieces.

91. Men With Little Hammers. Novel. A draft; Book Three, Chapter 6 - "The Flight"; part (cut from published work). Reworked. Se Item 71 for parellel. 13 pieces.

92. Men With Little Hammers. Novel. A draft; Book Three, Chapter 6 - "The Flight"; part (cut from published work). Reworked. See Item 71 for parellel. 14 pieces.

93. Men With Little Hammers. Novel. A draft; Book Three, Chapter 6; parts. A mixed version. The line of the story close to printed work. Compare with Item 85. 8 pieces.

94. Men With Little Hammers. Novel. A draft; Book Three, Chapter 6; parts. A mixed version. The line of the story close to printed work. Compare with Item 85. 5 pieces.

95. Men With Little Hammers. Novel. A draft; Book Three, Chapter 6; part. Beginning pages. Compare with mixed version above. 3 pieces.

96. Men With Little Hammers. Novel. A draft; Book Three, Chapter 6; part. Compare with Items 85 and 93. 6 pieces.

97. Men With Little Hammers. Novel. A draft; Book Three, Chapter 6; parts. Close to published work 3 pieces.

98. Men With Little Hammers. Novel. A draft; Book Three, Chapter 7 - "Discovery." A rewritten, final chapter. Not part of published work. See Item 71 for parellel. 10 pieces.

99. Men With Little Hammers. Novel. A draft; Book Three, Chapter 8 - "Frontispiece." Later, after cuts and rework, to be Cahpter 7 of published novel. 8 pieces.

100. Men With Little Hammers. Novel. A draft; Book Three, Chapter 8 - "Frontispiece." Later, after cuts and rework, to be chapter 7 of published novel. 8 pieces.

101. Men With Little Hammers. Novel. A draft; Book Three, Chapter 7 - "Oh To Be Incontinent Now That April's Here." An early version. 2 pieces.

102. Men With Little Hammers. Novel. Two drafts, also a page and its duplicate; Book Three, Chapter 7 - "Oh To Be Incontinent Now That April's Here." Appears to be a rewrite of Item 101. 43 pieces.

103. Men With Little Hammers. Novel. A draft; Book Three, Chapter 7 - "Sequel." Fairly close to finished work. 15 pieces.

104. Men With Little Hammers. Novel. A draft; Book Three, Chapter 7 - "Sequel." Fairly close to finished work. 2 pieces.

105. Men With Little Hammers. Novel. A draft; Book Three, Chapter 7 - "Sequel." Fairly close to finished work. 2 pieces.

106. Men With Little Hammers. Novel. A draft; Book Three, Chapter 7 - "Frontispiece." Duplicated of first two pages of chapter. 4 pieces.

107. Men With Little Hammers. Novel. A draft; Book Three, Chapter 7. Close to published work. 11 pieces.

108. Men With Little Hammers. Novel. A draft; Book Three, Chapter 7. Rework of Item 107. 11 pieces.

109. Men With Little Hammers. Novel. A draft; Book Three, Cahpter 7; part and duplicates. These pages compare in wording to published work beginning part page 332 and ending part page 333. 5 pieces.

110. Men With Little Hammers. Novel. Here begins bulk holograph material. A draft; probably some early version of Book One; part. 19 pieces.

111. Men With Little Hammers. Novel. A draft; Book One, Chapter 1; part. 13 pieces.

112. Men With Little Hammers. Novel. A draft; Book One, Chapter 1, 2; part. 45 pieces.

113. Men With Little Hammers. Novel. A draft; Book One, Chapter 1. Probably part. Actually, draft of Chapter 2. 58 pieces.

114. Men With Little Hammers. Novel. A draft; Book One, Chapter 2; part. 8 pieces.

115. Men With Little Hammers. Novel. A draft; Book One, Chapter 2; part. 8 pieces.

116. Men With Little Hammers. Novel. A draft; Book One, Chapter 3; part. 10 pieces.

117. Men With Little Hammers. Novel. A draft; Book One, Chapter 5; part. 12 pieces.

118. Men With Little Hammers. Novel. A draft; Book One, Chapter 5 - and following. 70 pieces.

119. Men With Little Hammers. Novel. A draft; Book One, Chapter 6. 18 pieces.

120. Men With Little Hammers. Novel. A draft; Book One, Chapter 9. also Chapter 8, part. 35 pieces.

121. Men With Little Hammers. Novel. A draft; Book Two, Chapter 1. Similar to published form. 35 pieces.

122. Men With Little Hammers. Novel. A draft; Book Two, Chapter 1 (?). Probably part of some early version. 10 pieces.

123. Men With Little Hammers. Novel. A draft; Book Two, Chapter 2, 3 (part). 86 pieces.

124. Men With Little Hammers. Novel. A draft; Book Two, Chapter 5. 39 pieces.

125. Men With Little Hammers. Novel. A draft; Book Two, Chapter 6, 7. 119 pieces.

126. Men With Little Hammers. Novel. A draft; Book Two, Chapter 8. 37 pieces.

127. Men With Little Hammers. Novel. A draft; Book Three, Chapter 1. 58 pieces.

128. Men With Little Hammers. Novel. A draft; Book Three, Chapter 2; part. 108 pieces.

129. Men With Little Hammers. Novel. A draft; Book Three, Chapter 3; part. 22 pieces.

130. Men With Little Hammers. Novel. A draft; Book Three, Chapter 3 - and other parts. 90 pieces.

131. Men With Little Hammers. Novel. A draft; Book Three, Chapter 4. 87 pieces.

132. Men With Little Hammers. Novel. A draft; Book Three, Chapter 4. 47 pieces.

133. Men With Little Hammers. Novel. A draft; Chapter 5, 6. 96 pieces.

134. Men With Little Hammers. Novel. A draft; Book Three, Chapter 7; part. 27 pieces.

135. Men With Little Hammers. Novel. A draft; Book Three, Chapter 7; part, come version (?). 22 pieces.

136. Men With Little Hammers. Novel. A draft; Book Three, Chapter 8 - "Frontispiece," a version of Chapter 7; part. 4 pieces.

137. Men With Little Hammers. Novel. A draft; Book Three, Chapter 7. From some older version. Contains a section from published "Frontispiece." Appears, however (for the most part), not to be material included in the published book. 40 pieces.

138. Men With Little Hammers. Novel. A draft; Book Three. Miscellaneous parts; also, some pages from early version of Book Two. 22 pieces.

139. Men With Little Hammers. Novel. A draft; Book Three. Miscellaneous parts. 123 pieces.

140. Men With Little Hammers. Novel. Miscellaneous notes and pages concerning the novel in whole. 67 pieces.

141. "The Milton Man." Short story. A draft. 11 pieces.

142. Miscellaneous. Note cards and slips. One would suppose most of this material was used as reminder notes for Canzoneri's I Do So Politely: A Voice from the South. One set of cards, held together wth a rubber band, states - "ITEMS ON THE EVERS ARTICLE." 168 pieces.

143. Miscellaneous. Various oddments; e.g., receipt from Stanford University, last page of a play (one not included in the present Canzoneri material), beginnings of short stories, etc. 15 pieces.

144. "Mr. Leeth's Sunday Morning." Short story. A draft. This item probably intended as an independent unit. (An altered version of this episode appears in Mr. Canzoneri's Men With Little Hammers. (See Book Two, Chapter 8.) 8 pieces.

145. "My Interest in Airplanes." Short story. A draft. 15 pieces.

146. "On the Death of My Old Mentor." Poem. A draft. 9 pieces.

147. "On the Difficulty of Becoming Even a Minor Poet and the Advantages of Never Making It." Speech or short article (?). A draft. 7 pieces.

148. The Peace Gimmick. Musical comedy, two acts. A draft. Book and lyrics by Robert Canzoneri; music by Charles Know. 121 pieces.

149. The Peace Gimmick. Musical comedy, two acts. A playbill; a letter. Typed letter to Mr. Kermit Bloomgarden, New York, New York, dated November 20, 1962, establishes year and city play first given (information not on the playbill). The play was first performed August 2, 1962, the Marjorie lyons Playhouse (Shreveport, Louisiana), produced by Orlin Corey. 2 pieces.

150. The Plays of T. Sturge Moore. Dissertation; Mr. Canzoneri (Stanford University, 1965). A draft. Mr. Moore (1870-1944) is a little-known English dramatist. The title of the MS is not given. The compiler consulted Dissertation Abstracts, and so this MS is listed here under that title. 189 pieces.

151. Poems, miscellaneous. Drafts. No attempt has been made to order this file. 45 pieces.

152. Poems, miscellaneous. Drafts. No attempt has been made to order this file; the great bulk of material here is relevent to Mr. Canzoneri's book of poems Watch Us Pass. 151 pieces.

153. "Reflections." Short story. A draft. 12 pieces.

154. Stegner, Wallace. Probably lecture notes. A draft. Here are miscellaneous pages concerning the writings of Wallace Stegner. Examining this material, one wonders if Mr. Canzoneri did not have in mind the expansion of these pages into a critical article, or a book, on the writings of Stegner. 100 pieces.

155. "Survival." Short story. A draft. Attached note states - "Published in Story, The Magazine of the Short Story in Book Form, Number Two, 1952." 17 pieces.

156. Twenty Years of Stanford Short Stories