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Call No.: MS Am 1897
Repository: Houghton Library, Harvard Library, Harvard University
Creator: Cairnie, Gordon, recipient.
Title: Letters from Conrad Aiken and Ezra Pound to Gordon Cairnie,
Quantity: 1 collection (1 box (.5 linear ft.)
Language of materials: Collection materials are in English.
Abstract: Letters written to bookseller Gordon Cairnie from poets Conrad Aiken and Ezra Pound.
Cairnie was the proprietor of the Grolier Book Shop in Cambridge, Mass. Cairnie founded the shop, specializing in poetry, in 1927.
Collection contains letters written to book collector and seller Gordon Cairne from Conrad Aiken, Ezra Pound, and Dorothy Pound. These letters mostly are requests for books that they wish to buy from Cairne, and also concern how much money they owe the bookseller. Letters also discuss the bookselling business. The collection also contains limericks written for Cairne by Aiken, a Hallmark card with a poem written by Aiken, many postcards, a musical program, an invitation, newspaper clippings about books, and a cartoon.