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1 1932 Flesh Is Heir: An Historical Romance

1 Flesh Is Heir: An Historical Romance. New York: Brewer, Warren & Putnam, 1932. 311 pages. a. Carbondale and Edwardsville, Illinois: Southern Illinois University Press; London and Amsterdam: Feffer & Simons, 1975. 323 pages. b. New York: Popular Library, 1977. 255 pages.
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New York: Brewer, Warren & Putnam Fiction
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1a1 1975 Flesh Is Heir: An Historical Romance

1 Flesh Is Heir: An Historical Romance. New York: Brewer, Warren & Putnam, 1932. 311 pages. a. Carbondale and Edwardsville, Illinois: Southern Illinois University Press; London and Amsterdam: Feffer & Simons, 1975. 323 pages. b. New York: Popular Library, 1977. 255 pages.

Carbondale and Edwardsville, Illinois: Southern Illinois University Press Fiction
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1a2 1975 Flesh Is Heir: An Historical Romance

1 Flesh Is Heir: An Historical Romance. New York: Brewer, Warren & Putnam, 1932. 311 pages. a. Carbondale and Edwardsville, Illinois: Southern Illinois University Press; London and Amsterdam: Feffer & Simons, 1975. 323 pages. b. New York: Popular Library, 1977. 255 pages.

London and Amsterdam: Feffer & Simons Fiction
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1b 1977 Flesh Is Heir: An Historical Romance

1 Flesh Is Heir: An Historical Romance. New York: Brewer, Warren & Putnam, 1932. 311 pages. a. Carbondale and Edwardsville, Illinois: Southern Illinois University Press; London and Amsterdam: Feffer & Simons, 1975. 323 pages. b. New York: Popular Library, 1977. 255 pages.

New York: Popular Library Fiction
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2 1943 For My Brother: A True Story by José Martínez Berlanga as Told to Lincoln Kirstein

2 For My Brother: A True Story by José Martínez Berlanga as Told to Lincoln Kirstein. London: The Hogarth Press, 1943. 189 pages. a. Also issued by Macmillan Company of Canada, Toronto, 1943.
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London: The Hogarth Press Fiction
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2a 1943 For My Brother: A True Story by José Martínez Berlanga as Told to Lincoln Kirstein

2 For My Brother: A True Story by José Martínez Berlanga as Told to Lincoln Kirstein. London: The Hogarth Press, 1943. 189 pages. a. Also issued by Macmillan Company of Canada, Toronto, 1943.

Toronto: Macmillan Company of Canada Fiction
Books
3 1976 From Flesh Is Heir: Two Unpublished Paragraphs

3 From Flesh Is Heir: Two Unpublished Paragraphs. Lunenburg, [Vermont: Stinehour Press]; Verona: [Stamperia Valdonega]; Newport: [Fisher Press]; New York: [Spiral Press and Eakins Press Foundation], 1976. [9] pages. Illustrated. Half title: For Lincoln, May the Fourth, 1976. Edition of seventeen copies.
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Lunenburg, [Vermont: Stinehour Press]; Verona: [Stamperia Valdonega]; Newport: [Fisher Press]; New York: [Spiral Press and Eakins Press Foundation] Fiction
Books
4 1922 “The Silver Fan”

4 “The Silver Fan” [dramatic sketch]. Phillips Exeter Monthly 26:5 (Feb. 1922), 115–119.

Phillips Exeter Monthly Fiction
In Periodicals
5 1923 “De Fine Mundi”

5 “De Fine Mundi.” The Dome [Berkshire School, Sheffield, Massachusetts] 17:2 (Feb. 1923), 18–20. With an illustration by Lincoln Kirstein.

[Sheffield, Massachusetts: Berkshire School] Fiction
In Periodicals
6 1923 “Happy, Happy, Happy Pair”

6 “Happy, Happy, Happy Pair.” The Dome [Berkshire School, Sheffield, Massachusetts] 17:4 (June 1923), 9–12.

[Sheffield, Massachusetts: Berkshire School] Fiction
In Periodicals
7 1927 “The Complete Whifflepink: Giovanni Strohmbi, 1729–1789(?)”

7 “The Complete Whifflepink: Giovanni Strohmbi, 1729–1789(?)” [parody program note]. Harvard Advocate 113:5 (Jan. 1927), 21–26.

Harvard Advocate Fiction
In Periodicals
8 1932 “Nothing at All: A Story”

8 “Nothing at All: A Story.” Harper's Magazine 165:4 (Sept. 1932), 436–443.

Harper's Magazine Fiction
In Periodicals
9 1929 A Marriage Message for Mary Frost & James Maybon from Lincoln Kirstein: Paris, May 15, 1929

9 A Marriage Message for Mary Frost & James Maybon from Lincoln Kirstein: Paris, May 15, 1929. [Boston: privately published by Lincoln Kirstein], 1929. [6] pages. Edition of three copies.

[Boston: privately published by Lincoln Kirstein] Poetry
Books and Pamphlets
10 1933 Notre Dame des Cadres

10 Notre Dame des Cadres. New York: Modern Editions Press, [1933?]. [4] pages. (The Poetry Series, Pamphlet 1)

New York: Modern Editions Press Poetry
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11 1935 Low Ceiling

11 Low Ceiling. New York: G.P. Putnam's Sons, 1935. viii, 99 pages.
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New York: G.P. Putnam's Sons Poetry
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12 1964 Rhymes of a PFC

12 Rhymes of a PFC. New York: New Directions; Tokyo: John Weatherhill, 1964. vii, 179 pages. a. Also issued by McClelland & Stewart, Toronto, 1964.

New York: New Directions; Tokyo: John Weatherhill Poetry
Books and Pamphlets
12a 1964 Rhymes of a PFC

12 Rhymes of a PFC. New York; New Directions; Tokyo: John Weatherhill, 1964. vii, 179 pages. a. Also issued by McClelland & Stewart, Toronto, 1964.

Toronto: McClelland & Stewart Poetry
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13 1966 Rhymes and More Rhymes of a PFC

13 Rhymes and More Rhymes of a PFC. New York: New Directions, 1966. viii, 215 pages. Contents as Rhymes of a PFC, with some section titles changed and twenty additional poems. a. Revised edition with title Rhymes of a PFC, includes Notes and "A Note on the Notes," pages [239]–264. Boston: David R. Godine, 1981. 264 pages.
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New York: New Directions Poetry
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13a 1981 Rhymes of a PFC

13 Rhymes and More Rhymes of a PFC. New York: New Directions, 1966. viii, 215 pages. Contents as Rhymes of a PFC, with some section titles changed and twenty additional poems. a. Revised edition with title Rhymes of a PFC, includes Notes and "A Note on the Notes," pages [239]–264. Boston: David R. Godine, 1981. 264 pages.

Boston: David R. Godine Poetry
Books and Pamphlets
14 1987 The Poems of Lincoln Kirstein

14 The Poems of Lincoln Kirstein. New York: Eakins Press Foundation, 1987. 320 pages. Special edition, prepared as a gift to the author in honor of his 80th birthday [issued May 4]. a. Also issued by Atheneum, New York, May 10, 1987.

New York: Eakins Press Foundation Poetry
Books and Pamphlets
14a 1987 The Poems of Lincoln Kirstein

14 The Poems of Lincoln Kirstein. New York: Eakins Press Foundation, 1987. 320 pages. Special edition, prepared as a gift to the author in honor of his 80th birthday [issued May 4]. a. Also issued by Atheneum, New York, May 10, 1987.

New York: Atheneum Poetry
Books and Pamphlets
15 1982 “Double Date”

15 “Double Date,” The Penguin Book of Light Verse, edited by Gavin Ewart. Penguin USA, 1982. a. Reprinted, pages 85–86, in The Faber Book of Blue Verse, edited by John Whitworth. London: Faber & Faber, 1990.

Penguin USA Poetry
Books and Pamphlets
15a 1990 “Double Date”

15 “Double Date,” The Penguin Book of Light Verse, edited by Gavin Ewart. Penguin USA, 1982. a. Reprinted, pages 85–86, in The Faber Book of Blue Verse, edited by John Whitworth. London: Faber & Faber, 1990.

London: Faber & Faber Poetry
In Books and Periodicals
16 1923 “A Garden Party in Simia”

16 “A Garden Party in Simia.” The Dome [Berkshire School, Sheffield, Massachusetts] 17:2 (Feb. 1923), 22. With an illustration by Lincoln Kirstein.

[Sheffield, Massachusetts: Berkshire School] Poetry
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17 1923 “Maudlin Meditations”

17 “Maudlin Meditations.” The Dome [Berkshire School, Sheffield, Massachusetts] 17:4 (June 1923), 33.  

[Sheffield, Massachusetts: Berkshire School] Poetry
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18 1926 “March from the Ruins of Athens”

18 “March from the Ruins of Athens.” Harvard Advocate 113:3 (Dec. 1926), 24–25.

Harvard Advocate Poetry
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19 1927 “Between the Bells”

19 “Between the Bells.” Hound & Horn 1:1 (Sept. 1927), 26–27. Included (retitled “Back to School”) in Low Ceiling (11).

Hound & Horn Poetry
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20 1927 “Return Ticket Paid”

20 “Return Ticket Paid” [Parts I–III]. Hound & Horn 1:2 (Dec. 1927), 103–106. Part III (revised and titled “Inventory”) included in Low Ceiling (11).

Hound & Horn Poetry
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21 1928 “Georgic”

21 “Georgic.” Hound & Horn 2:1 (Sept. 1928), 39–40. Included in Ten Introductions: A Collection of Modern Verse (23) and in Low Ceiling (11).

Hound & Horn Poetry
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22 1933 “Baby Gangster”

22 “Baby Gangster.” New English Weekly 2:14 (Jan. 19, 1933), 333. Included in Low Ceiling (11).

New English Weekly Poetry
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23 1934 “Chamber of Horrors”; “Georgic”; “The Life of Byrne”

23 “Chamber of Horrors”; “Georgic”; “The Life of Byrne.” Pages 33–52 in Ten Introductions: A Collection of Modern Verse, edited by Genevieve Taggard and Dudley Fitts. New York: Arrow Editions, 1934. Included in Low Ceiling (11).

New York: Arrow Editions Poetry
In Books and Periodicals
24 1956 “Memorial Window: 1946–56”

24 “Memorial Window: 1946–56.” Nation 182:22 (June 2, 1956), 467. Included (retitled “Memorial”) in Rhymes of a PFC (12).

Nation Poetry
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25 1962 “Das Schloss”; “Festspielhaus”

25 “Das Schloss”; “Festspielhaus.” Massachusetts Review 3:2 (Winter 1962), 269–274. Included in Rhymes of a PFC (12).

Massachusetts Review Poetry
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26 1962 “Threesome”; “K.P.”; “Hijack”; “Black Joe”; “Vaudeville”

26 “Threesome”; “K.P.”; “Hijack”; “Black Joe”; “Vaudeville.” Hudson Review 15:4 (Winter 1962/63), 504–511. “Hijack” is included in Articles of War: A Collection of American Poetry About World War II (45). “Vaudeville” is included in The Norton Anthology of Modern Poetry (33) and Modern Poems: An Introduction to Poetry (34); the five poems are included in Rhymes of a PFC (12).

Hudson Review Poetry
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27 1964 “Tudoresque”; “Fixer”

27 “Tudoresque”; “Fixer.” Hudson Review 17:1 (Spring 1964), 44–53. Included in Rhymes of a PFC (12).

Hudson Review Poetry
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28 1964 “U.N.”

28 “U.N.” Hudson Review 17:3 (Autumn 1964), 367–370.

Hudson Review Poetry
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29 1964 “Eisenstein”

29 “Eisenstein.” Massachusetts Review 6:1 (Autumn/Winter 1964/65), 145–150.

Massachusetts Review Poetry
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30 1966 “Western”; “Bar & Grill”; “Dead on Arrival”

30 “Western”; “Bar & Grill”; “Dead on Arrival.” Hudson Review 19:3 (Autumn 1966), 391–397.

Hudson Review Poetry
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31 1967 “March”

31 “March.” Massachusetts Review 8:2 (Spring 1967), 247–250.

Massachusetts Review Poetry
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32 1967 “Siegfriedslage”

32 “Siegfriedslage.” Shenandoah 18:2 (Winter 1967), 51–55. a. Reprinted, pages 50–55, in For W.H. Auden, February 21, 1972, edited by Peter H. Salus and Paul B. Taylor. New York: Random House, 1972. b. Reprinted, pages 128–130 (with “Postscript: Wystan at War,” pages 130–133), in W.H. Auden: A Tribute, edited by Stephen Spender. New York: Macmillan, 1975. Also issued by George Weidenfeld and Nicolson, London, 1975. c. Reprinted, pages 25–29, in Shenandoah 35:2–3 (1984).

Shenandoah Poetry
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32a 1972 “Siegfriedslage”

32 “Siegfriedslage.” Shenandoah 18:2 (Winter 1967), 51–55. a. Reprinted, pages 50–55, in For W.H. Auden, February 21, 1972, edited by Peter H. Salus and Paul B. Taylor. New York: Random House, 1972. b. Reprinted, pages 128–130 (with “Postscript: Wystan at War,” pages 130–133), in W.H. Auden: A Tribute, edited by Stephen Spender. New York: Macmillan, 1975. Also issued by George Weidenfeld and Nicolson, London, 1975. c. Reprinted, pages 25–29, in Shenandoah 35:2–3 (1984).

New York: Random House Poetry
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32b1 1975 “Siegfriedslage” (with “Postscript: Wystan at War”)

32 “Siegfriedslage.” Shenandoah 18:2 (Winter 1967), 51–55. a. Reprinted, pages 50–55, in For W.H. Auden, February 21, 1972, edited by Peter H. Salus and Paul B. Taylor. New York: Random House, 1972. b. Reprinted, pages 128–130 (with “Postscript: Wystan at War,” pages 130–133), in W.H. Auden: A Tribute, edited by Stephen Spender. New York: Macmillan, 1975. Also issued by George Weidenfeld and Nicolson, London, 1975. c. Reprinted, pages 25–29, in Shenandoah 35:2–3 (1984).

New York: Macmillan Poetry
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32b2 1975 “Siegfriedslage” (with “Postscript: Wystan at War”)

32 “Siegfriedslage.” Shenandoah 18:2 (Winter 1967), 51–55. a. Reprinted, pages 50–55, in For W.H. Auden, February 21, 1972, edited by Peter H. Salus and Paul B. Taylor. New York: Random House, 1972. b. Reprinted, pages 128–130 (with “Postscript: Wystan at War,” pages 130–133), in W.H. Auden: A Tribute, edited by Stephen Spender. New York: Macmillan, 1975. Also issued by George Weidenfeld and Nicolson, London, 1975. c. Reprinted, pages 25–29, in Shenandoah 35:2–3 (1984).

London: George Weidenfeld and Nicolson Poetry
In Books and Periodicals
32c 1984 “Siegfriedslage”

32 “Siegfriedslage.” Shenandoah 18:2 (Winter 1967), 51–55. a. Reprinted, pages 50–55, in For W.H. Auden, February 21, 1972, edited by Peter H. Salus and Paul B. Taylor. New York: Random House, 1972. b. Reprinted, pages 128–130 (with “Postscript: Wystan at War,” pages 130–133), in W.H. Auden: A Tribute, edited by Stephen Spender. New York: Macmillan, 1975. Also issued by George Weidenfeld and Nicolson, London, 1975. c. Reprinted, pages 25–29, in Shenandoah 35:2–3 (1984).

Shenandoah Poetry
In Books and Periodicals
33 1973 “Fall In”; “Foresight”; “Vaudeville”; “Das Schloss”; “Bath”

33 “Fall In”; “Foresight”; “Vaudeville”; “Das Schloss”; “Bath.” Pages 747–751 in The Norton Anthology of Modern Poetry, edited by Richard Ellman and Robert O'Clair, New York: W.W. Norton, 1973. “Fall In,” “Vaudeville,” and “Das Schloss” are included in Rhymes of a PFC (12). “Foresight” and “Bath” are included in Rhymes and More Rhymes of a PFC (13).

New York: W.W. Norton Poetry
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34 1976 “Fall In”; “Vaudeville”

34 “Fall In”; “Vaudeville.” Pages 288–290 in Modern Poems: An Introduction to Poetry, edited by Richard Ellmann and Robert O'Clair. New York: W.W. Norton, 1976. Included in Rhymes of a PFC (12).

New York: W.W. Norton Poetry
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35 1976 “Pavilions”

35 “Pavilions,” New York Review of Books , 23:16 (1976), 16.

New York Review of Books Poetry
In Books and Periodicals
36 1981 “Engineer”

36 “Engineer,” Vogue, 171, (Dec. 1981), 57.

Vogue Poetry
In Books and Periodicals
37 1982 “Mr. Clean”

37 “Mr. Clean.” Michigan Quarterly Review 21:41 (Fall 1982), 597–599. Included in The Poems of Lincoln Kirstein (14).

Michigan Quarterly Review Poetry
In Books and Periodicals
38b 1964 “Rank”

38 “Rank.” Pages 284–286 in The Oxford Book of War Poetry, edited by Jon Stallworthy. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 1984. a. Included in Rhymes and More Rhymes of a PFC (13) and The Poems of Lincoln Kirstein (14). b. “Rank” included also in Rhymes of a PFC (12) c. Reprinted, page 21, in Articles of War: A Collection of American Poetry About World War II, edited by Leon Stokesbury. Fayetteville: University of Arkansas Press, 1990. d. Reprinted, pages 420–422, in The Faber Book of America, edited by Christopher Ricks and William L. Vance. London and Boston: Faber and Faber, 1992. e. Reprinted, pages 52–54, in Poets of World War II, edited by Harvey Shapiro. New York: The Library of America, 2003. f. Reprinted, pages 521–523, in The Oxford Book of American Poetry, edited by David Lehman. New York: Oxford University Press, 2006.

New York: New Directions; Tokyo: John Weatherhill Poetry
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38a1 1966 “Rank”

38 “Rank.” Pages 284–286 in The Oxford Book of War Poetry, edited by Jon Stallworthy. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 1984. a. Included in Rhymes and More Rhymes of a PFC (13) and The Poems of Lincoln Kirstein (14). b. “Rank” included also in Rhymes of a PFC (12) c. Reprinted, page 21, in Articles of War: A Collection of American Poetry About World War II, edited by Leon Stokesbury. Fayetteville: University of Arkansas Press, 1990. d. Reprinted, pages 420–422, in The Faber Book of America, edited by Christopher Ricks and William L. Vance. London and Boston: Faber and Faber, 1992. e. Reprinted, pages 52–54, in Poets of World War II, edited by Harvey Shapiro. New York: The Library of America, 2003. f. Reprinted, pages 521–523, in The Oxford Book of American Poetry, edited by David Lehman. New York: Oxford University Press, 2006.

New York: New Directions Poetry
In Books and Periodicals
38 1984 “Rank”

38 “Rank.” Pages 284–286 in The Oxford Book of War Poetry, edited by Jon Stallworthy. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 1984. a. Included in Rhymes and More Rhymes of a PFC (13) and The Poems of Lincoln Kirstein (14). b. “Rank” included also in Rhymes of a PFC (12) c. Reprinted, page 21, in Articles of War: A Collection of American Poetry About World War II, edited by Leon Stokesbury. Fayetteville: University of Arkansas Press, 1990. d. Reprinted, pages 420–422, in The Faber Book of America, edited by Christopher Ricks and William L. Vance. London and Boston: Faber and Faber, 1992. e. Reprinted, pages 52–54, in Poets of World War II, edited by Harvey Shapiro. New York: The Library of America, 2003. f. Reprinted, pages 521–523, in The Oxford Book of American Poetry, edited by David Lehman. New York: Oxford University Press, 2006.

Oxford: Oxford University Press Poetry
In Books and Periodicals
38a2 1987 “Rank”

38 “Rank.” Pages 284–286 in The Oxford Book of War Poetry, edited by Jon Stallworthy. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 1984. a. Included in Rhymes and More Rhymes of a PFC (13) and The Poems of Lincoln Kirstein (14). b. “Rank” included also in Rhymes of a PFC (12) c. Reprinted, page 21, in Articles of War: A Collection of American Poetry About World War II, edited by Leon Stokesbury. Fayetteville: University of Arkansas Press, 1990. d. Reprinted, pages 420–422, in The Faber Book of America, edited by Christopher Ricks and William L. Vance. London and Boston: Faber and Faber, 1992. e. Reprinted, pages 52–54, in Poets of World War II,  edited by Harvey Shapiro. New York: The Library of America, 2003. f. Reprinted, pages 521–523, in The Oxford Book of American Poetry, edited by David Lehman. New York: Oxford University Press, 2006.  

New York: Eakins Press Foundation Poetry
In Books and Periodicals
38c 1990 “Rank”

38 “Rank.” Pages 284–286 in The Oxford Book of War Poetry, edited by Jon Stallworthy. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 1984. a. Included in Rhymes and More Rhymes of a PFC (13) and The Poems of Lincoln Kirstein (14). b. “Rank” included also in Rhymes of a PFC (12) c. Reprinted, page 21, in Articles of War: A Collection of American Poetry About World War II, edited by Leon Stokesbury. Fayetteville: University of Arkansas Press, 1990. d. Reprinted, pages 420–422, in The Faber Book of America, edited by Christopher Ricks and William L. Vance. London and Boston: Faber and Faber, 1992. e. Reprinted, pages 52–54, in Poets of World War II, edited by Harvey Shapiro. New York: The Library of America, 2003. f. Reprinted, pages 521–523, in The Oxford Book of American Poetry, edited by David Lehman. New York: Oxford University Press, 2006.

Fayetteville: University of Arkansas Press Poetry
In Books and Periodicals
38d 1992 “Rank”

38 “Rank.” Pages 284–286 in The Oxford Book of War Poetry, edited by Jon Stallworthy. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 1984. a. Included in Rhymes and More Rhymes of a PFC (13) and The Poems of Lincoln Kirstein (14). b. “Rank” included also in Rhymes of a PFC (12) c. Reprinted, page 21, in Articles of War: A Collection of American Poetry About World War II, edited by Leon Stokesbury. Fayetteville: University of Arkansas Press, 1990. d. Reprinted, pages 420–422, in The Faber Book of America, edited by Christopher Ricks and William L. Vance. London and Boston: Faber and Faber, 1992. e. Reprinted, pages 52–54, in Poets of World War II, edited by Harvey Shapiro. New York: The Library of America, 2003. f. Reprinted, pages 521–523, in The Oxford Book of American Poetry, edited by David Lehman. New York: Oxford University Press, 2006.

London and Boston: Faber and Faber Poetry
In Books and Periodicals
38e 2003 “Rank”

38 “Rank.” Pages 284–286 in The Oxford Book of War Poetry, edited by Jon Stallworthy. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 1984. a. Included in Rhymes and More Rhymes of a PFC (13) and The Poems of Lincoln Kirstein (14). b. “Rank” included also in Rhymes of a PFC (12) c. Reprinted, page 21, in Articles of War: A Collection of American Poetry About World War II, edited by Leon Stokesbury. Fayetteville: University of Arkansas Press, 1990. d. Reprinted, pages 420–422, in The Faber Book of America, edited by Christopher Ricks and William L. Vance. London and Boston: Faber and Faber, 1992. e. Reprinted, pages 52–54, in Poets of World War II, edited by Harvey Shapiro. New York: The Library of America, 2003. f. Reprinted, pages 521–523, in The Oxford Book of American Poetry, edited by David Lehman. New York: Oxford University Press, 2006.

New York: The Library of America Poetry
In Books and Periodicals
38f 2006 “Rank”

38 “Rank.” Pages 284–286 in The Oxford Book of War Poetry, edited by Jon Stallworthy. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 1984. a. Included in Rhymes and More Rhymes of a PFC (13) and The Poems of Lincoln Kirstein (14). b. “Rank” included also in Rhymes of a PFC (12) c. Reprinted, page 21, in Articles of War: A Collection of American Poetry About World War II, edited by Leon Stokesbury. Fayetteville: University of Arkansas Press, 1990. d. Reprinted, pages 420–422, in The Faber Book of America, edited by Christopher Ricks and William L. Vance. London and Boston: Faber and Faber, 1992. e. Reprinted, pages 52–54, in Poets of World War II, edited by Harvey Shapiro. New York: The Library of America, 2003. f. Reprinted, pages 521–523, in The Oxford Book of American Poetry, edited by David Lehman. New York: Oxford University Press, 2006.

New York: Oxford University Press Poetry
In Books and Periodicals
39 1984 “Foresight”

39 “Foresight.” Pages 286–287 in The Oxford Book of War Poetry, edited by Jon Stallworthy. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 1984. a. Reprinted, pages 24–25, in Articles of War: A Collection of American Poetry About World War II, edited by Leon Stokesbury. Fayetteville: University of Arkansas Press, 1990. b. Reprinted, pages 162–163, in Poetry of the World Wars, edited by Michael Foss. London: Michael O'Mara Books Limited, 1990.

Oxford: Oxford University Press Poetry
In Books and Periodicals
39a 1990 “Foresight”

39 “Foresight.” Pages 286–287 in The Oxford Book of War Poetry, edited by Jon Stallworthy. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 1984. a. Reprinted, pages 24–25, in Articles of War: A Collection of American Poetry About World War II, edited by Leon Stokesbury. Fayetteville: University of Arkansas Press, 1990. b. Reprinted, pages 162–163, in Poetry of the World Wars, edited by Michael Foss. London: Michael O'Mara Books Limited, 1990.

Fayetteville: University of Arkansas Press Poetry
In Books and Periodicals
39b 1990 “Foresight”

39 “Foresight.” Pages 286–287 in The Oxford Book of War Poetry, edited by Jon Stallworthy. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 1984. a. Reprinted, pages 24–25, in Articles of War: A Collection of American Poetry About World War II, edited by Leon Stokesbury. Fayetteville: University of Arkansas Press, 1990. b. Reprinted, pages 162–163, in Poetry of the World Wars, edited by Michael Foss. London: Michael O'Mara Books Limited, 1990.

London: Michael O'Mara Books Limited Poetry
In Books and Periodicals
40 1986 “Hustler”; “Taxi”; “Sunny Jim”; “Look Ma! I'm Dancing”; “Buttons”

40 “Hustler”; “Taxi”; “Sunny Jim”; “Look Ma! I'm Dancing”; “Buttons.” Paris Review 28:99 (Spring 1986), 28–41. a. Included in The Poems of Lincoln Kirstein (14).

Paris Review Poetry
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40a 1987 “Hustler”; “Taxi”; “Sunny Jim”; “Look Ma! I'm Dancing”; “Buttons”

40 “Hustler”; “Taxi”; “Sunny Jim”; “Look Ma! I'm Dancing”; “Buttons.” Paris Review 28:99 (Spring 1986), 28–41. a. Included in The Poems of Lincoln Kirstein (14).

New York: Eakins Press Foundation Poetry
In Books and Periodicals
41 1986 “Interview”

41 “Interview.” Raritan 5:3 (Winter 1986), 7. a. Included in The Poems of Lincoln Kirstein (14).

Raritan Poetry
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41a 1987 “Interview”

41 “Interview.” Raritan 5:3 (Winter 1986), 7. a. Included in The Poems of Lincoln Kirstein (14).

New York: Eakins Press Foundation Poetry
In Books and Periodicals
42 1987 “Don”

42 “Don.” Raritan 7:2 (Fall 1987), 21–26.

Raritan Poetry
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43 1989 “Idiot Savant”

43 “Idiot Savant.” Raritan, 9:2, (Fall 1989), 26–28.

Raritan Poetry
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44 1990 “Gripe”

44 “Gripe.” Page 154 in Poetry of the World Wars, edited by Michael Foss. London: Michael O'Mara Books Limited, 1990.

London: Michael O'Mara Books Limited Poetry
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45 1990 Vet”; “Guts”; “Interpreter”; “Hijack”; “Tent-mates”

45 “Vet”; “Guts”; “Interpreter”; “Hijack”; “Tent-mates.” Pages 26, 27, 30, 36, 38 in Articles of War: A Collection of American Poetry About World War II, edited by Leon Stokesbury. Fayetteville: University of Arkansas Press, 1990.

Fayetteville, Arkansas: University of Arkansas Press Poetry
In Books and Periodicals
46 1990 “P. O. E.”

46 “P. O. E.” Page 132 in Poetry of the World Wars, edited by Michael Foss. London: Michael O'Mara Books Limited, 1990. a. Reprinted, page 580, in American Poetry: The Twentieth Century (52). b. Reprinted, pages 55–56, in Poets of World War II (53).

London: Michael O'Mara Books Limited Poetry
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46a 2000 “P. O. E.”

46 “P. O. E.” Page 132 in Poetry of the World Wars, edited by Michael Foss. London: Michael O'Mara Books Limited, 1990. a. Reprinted, page 580, in American Poetry: The Twentieth Century (52). b. Reprinted, pages 55–56, in Poets of World War II (53).

New York: The Library of America Poetry
In Books and Periodicals
46b 2003 “P. O. E.”

46 “P. O. E.” Page 132 in Poetry of the World Wars, edited by Michael Foss. London: Michael O'Mara Books Limited, 1990. a. Reprinted, page 580, in American Poetry: The Twentieth Century (52). b. Reprinted, pages 55–56, in Poets of World War II (53).

New York: The Library of America Poetry
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47 1990 “Patton”

47 “Patton.” Page 32 in Articles of War: A Collection of American Poetry About World War II, edited by Leon Stokesbury. Fayetteville: University of Arkansas Press, 1990. a. Reprinted, pages 46–51, in Poets of World War II (53).

Fayetteville, Arkansas: University of Arkansas Press Poetry
In Books and Periodicals
47a 2003 “Patton”

47 “Patton.” Page 32 in Articles of War: A Collection of American Poetry About World War II, edited by Leon Stokesbury. Fayetteville: University of Arkansas Press, 1990. a. Reprinted, pages 46–51, in Poets of World War II (53).

New York: The Library of America Poetry
In Books and Periodicals
48 1991 “ABC”

48 “ABC.” Pages [17]–19 in By With To & From (568).

New York: Farrar, Straus & Giroux Poetry
In Books and Periodicals
49a 1964 “Basic Training”; “Tudoresque”; “Hijack”; “Patton”; “Guts”; “Arts & Monuments”; “Here Lies”

49 “Basic Training”; “Tudoresque”; “Hijack”; “Patton”; “Guts”; “Arts & Monuments”; “Here Lies.” Pages [72]–99 in By With To & From (568). a. Included in Rhymes of a PFC (12).

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49 1991 “Basic Training”; “Tudoresque”; “Hijack”; “Patton”; “Guts”; “Arts & Monuments”; “Here Lies”

49 “Basic Training”; “Tudoresque”; “Hijack”; “Patton”; “Guts”; “Arts & Monuments”; “Here Lies.” Pages [72]–99 in By With To & From (568). a. Included in Rhymes of a PFC (12).

New York: Farrar, Straus & Giroux Poetry
In Books and Periodicals
50a 1987 “Star, Bar & Stripe: For Charles Shannon”

50 “Star, Bar & Stripe: For Charles Shannon.” Pages [388]–343 in By With To & From (568). a. Included in The Poems of Lincoln Kirstein (14).

New York: Eakins Press Foundation Poetry
In Books and Periodicals
50 1991 “Star, Bar & Stripe: For Charles Shannon”

50 “Star, Bar & Stripe: For Charles Shannon.” Pages [388]–343 in By With To & From (568). a. Included in The Poems of Lincoln Kirstein (14).

New York: Farrar, Straus & Giroux Poetry
In Books and Periodicals
51a 1987 “Domes: I. M.: William F. Lynch, S. J.”

51 “Domes: I. M.: William F. Lynch, S. J.” Pages [339]–403 in By With To & From (568). a. Included in The Poems of Lincoln Kirstein (14).

New York: Eakins Press Foundation Poetry
In Books and Periodicals
51 1991 “Domes: I. M.: William F. Lynch, S. J.”

51 “Domes: I. M.: William F. Lynch, S. J.” Pages [339]–403 in By With To & From (568). a. Included in The Poems of Lincoln Kirstein (14).

New York: Farrar, Straus & Giroux Poetry
In Books and Periodicals
52 2000 “Gloria”

52 “Gloria.” Pages 574–579 in American Poetry: The Twentieth Century, Vol. 2, edited by Robert Hass, John Hollander, Carolyn Kizer, Nathaniel Mackey, and Marjorie Perloff. New York: The Library of America, 2000.

New York: The Library of America Poetry
In Books and Periodicals
53 2003 “Snatch”

53 “Snatch.” Pages 45–46 in Poets of World War II, edited by Harvey Shapiro. New York: The Library of America, 2003. a. Reprinted, page 201, in American War Poetry (54).

New York: The Library of America Poetry
In Books and Periodicals
53a 2006 “Snatch”

53 “Snatch.” Pages 45–46 in Poets of World War II, edited by Harvey Shapiro. New York: The Library of America, 2003. a. Reprinted, page 201, in American War Poetry (54).

New York: Columbia University Press Poetry
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54 2006 “DP's”

54 “DP's.” Page 202 in American War Poetry, edited by Lorrie Goldensohn. New York: Columbia University Press, 2006.

New York: Columbia University Press Poetry
In Books and Periodicals
55 1966 White House Happening: A Didactic Collage, in a Prologue, Two Acts; an Epilogue.

55 White House Happening: A Didactic Collage, in a Prologue, Two Acts; an Epilogue. [Cambridge, Massachusetts: privately published by Lincoln Kirstein], 1966. 172 pages. Reproduced from typescript; prepared for performances at the Loeb Drama Center, Harvard University, August 1967.

[Cambridge, Massachusetts: privately published by Lincoln Kirstein] Drama & Ballet Libretti
Full-length Plays
56 1967 Magic Carpet: A Farce or Fable in Two Acts

56 Magic Carpet: A Farce or Fable in Two Acts. [Cambridge, Massachusetts: privately published by Lincoln Kirstein], 1967. 154 pages. Reproduced from typescript; prepared for a reading at the Harvard Dramatic Club, January 18, 1968.

[Cambridge, Massachusetts: privately published by Lincoln Kirstein] Drama & Ballet Libretti
Full-length Plays
57 1934 Transcendence

57 Transcendence. Choreography: George Balanchine. Music: Franz Liszt (orchestration by George Antheil). Decor: Gaston Longchamp. Costumes: Franklin Watkins. First performance: Avery Memorial Theater, Hartford, Connecticut, December 6, 1934; Producing Company of the School of American Ballet. a. Premiere: Adelphi Theater, New York, March 5, 1935; the American Ballet.

Hartford, Connecticut: Producing Company of the School of American Ballet Drama & Ballet Libretti
Ballet Libretti
57a 1935 Transcendence

57 Transcendence. Choreography: George Balanchine. Music: Franz Liszt (orchestration by George Antheil). Decor: Gaston Longchamp. Costumes: Franklin Watkins. First performance: Avery Memorial Theater, Hartford, Connecticut, December 6, 1934; Producing Company of the School of American Ballet. a. Premiere: Adelphi Theater, New York, March 5, 1935; the American Ballet.

New York: the American Ballet Drama & Ballet Libretti
Ballet Libretti
58 1936 The Bat

58 The Bat. Choreography: George Balanchine. Music: Johann Strauss. Costumes: Keith Martin. Premiere: Metropolitan Opera House, New York, May 20, 1936; the American Ballet.

New York: the American Ballet Drama & Ballet Libretti
Ballet Libretti
59 1936 Harlequin for President

59 Harlequin for President. Choreography: Eugene Loring. Music: Domenico Scarlatti. Costumes: Keith Martin. Premiere: Bennington College, July 17, 1936; Ballet Caravan.

Bennington, Vermont: Ballet Caravan Drama & Ballet Libretti
Ballet Libretti
60 1936 Pocahontas

60 Pocahontas. Choreography: Lew Christensen. Music: Elliott Carter, Jr. Costumes: Karl Free. Premiere: Bennington College, July 18, 1936; Ballet Caravan.

Bennington, Vermont: Ballet Caravan Drama & Ballet Libretti
Ballet Libretti
61 1937 Yankee Clipper

61 Yankee Clipper. Choreography: Eugene Loring. Music: Paul Bowles. Costumes: Charles Rain. Premiere: Town Hall, Saybrook, Connecticut, July 12, 1937; Ballet Caravan.

Saybrook, Connecticut: Ballet Caravan Drama & Ballet Libretti
Ballet Libretti
62 1938 Filling Station

62 Filling Station. Choreography: Lew Christensen. Music: Virgil Thomson. Decor and costumes: Paul Cadmus. Premiere: Avery Memorial Theater, Hartford, Connecticut, January 6, 1938; Ballet Caravan.

Hartford, Connecticut: Ballet Caravan Drama & Ballet Libretti
Ballet Libretti
63 1938 Billy the Kid

63 Billy the Kid. Choreography: Eugene Loring. Music: Aaron Copland. Decor and costumes: Jared French. Premiere: Chicago Civic Theater, October 16, 1938; Ballet Caravan.

Chicago: Ballet Caravan Drama & Ballet Libretti
Ballet Libretti
64 1939 Charade (or, The Debutante)

64 Charade (or, The Debutante). Choreography: Lew Christensen. Music: American melodies, arranged by Trude Rittman. Decor and costumes: Alvin Colt. Premiere: Lancaster, Pennsylvania, October 17, 1939; Ballet Caravan.

Lancaster, Pennsylvania: Ballet Caravan Drama & Ballet Libretti
Ballet Libretti
65 1939 City Portrait

65 City Portrait. Choreography: Eugene Loring. Music: Henry Brant. Costumes: Forrest Thayr, Jr. Premiere: Four Arts Club, Mobile, Alabama, October 23, 1939; Ballet Caravan.

Mobile, Alabama: Ballet Caravan Drama & Ballet Libretti
Ballet Libretti
66 1941 Juke Box

66 Juke Box. Choreography: William Dollar. Music: Alec Wilder. Decor and costumes: Tom Lee. First performance: Little Theatre of Hunter College, New York, May 27, 1941; American Ballet Caravan. a. Premiere: Teatro Municipal, Rio de Janeiro, July 4, 1941; American Ballet Caravan.

New York: American Ballet Caravan Drama & Ballet Libretti
Ballet Libretti
66a 1941 Juke Box

66 Juke Box. Choreography: William Dollar. Music: Alec Wilder. Decor and costumes: Tom Lee. First performance: Little Theatre of Hunter College, New York, May 27, 1941; American Ballet Caravan. a. Premiere: Teatro Municipal, Rio de Janeiro, July 4, 1941; American Ballet Caravan.  

Rio de Janeiro: American Ballet Caravan Drama & Ballet Libretti
Ballet Libretti
67 1941 Time Table

67 Time Table. Choreography: Antony Tudor. Music: Aaron Copland. Decor and costumes: James Stewart Morcom. Premiere: Hunter College Playhouse, New York, May 29, 1941; American Ballet Caravan.

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Ballet Libretti
68 1946 The Spellbound Child (L'Enfant et les Sortilèges)

68 The Spellbound Child (L'Enfant et les Sortilèges), poem by Colette, translated by Lincoln Kirstein and Jane Barzin. Choreography: George Balanchine. Music: Maurice Ravel. Decor and costumes: Aline Bernstein. Premiere: Central High School of Needle Trades, New York, November 20, 1946; Ballet Society. (See item 243)

New York: Ballet Society Drama & Ballet Libretti
Ballet Libretti
69 1947 The Minotaur

69 The Minotaur, with Joan Junyer. Choreography: John Taras. Music: Elliott Carter, Jr. Decor and costumes: Joan Junyer. Premier: Central High School of Needle Trades, New York, March 26, 1947; Ballet Society.

New York: Ballet Society Drama & Ballet Libretti
Ballet Libretti
70 1933 Nijinksky

70 Nijinksky [in anonymous collaboration with Romola Nijinsky]. London: Victor Gollancz, 1933. 416 pages. Illustrated. a. Also issued by Ryerson Press, Toronto, 1933. b. Paris: Denoël et Steele, [1934]. Translated by Pierre Dutray, with a preface by Paul Claudel. 425 pages. c. New York: Simon and Schuster, 1934. Foreword by Paul Claudel. xvii, 447 pages. Illustrated. Also issued by Musson Book Company, Toronto, 1934. d. Budapest: Nyugat kiadó és irodalmi, [1935?]. Translated by Lydia Lengyel. 384 pages. Illustrated. e. New York: Garden City Publishing Company, 1941. Reprint of the 1934 Simon and Schuster edition. Also issued by Blue Ribbon Books, Toronto, 1941. f. New York: Grosset & Dunlap, 1960. 460 pages. Also issued by Mayflower Publishing Company, London, 1960. g. New York: Pocket Books, 1972. Foreword by Paul Claudel. 369 pages. Illustrated.

London: Victor Gollancz On Dance
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70a 1933 Nijinksky

70 Nijinksky [in anonymous collaboration with Romola Nijinsky]. London: Victor Gollancz, 1933. 416 pages. Illustrated. a. Also issued by Ryerson Press, Toronto, 1933. b. Paris: Denoël et Steele, [1934]. Translated by Pierre Dutray, with a preface by Paul Claudel. 425 pages. c. New York: Simon and Schuster, 1934. Foreword by Paul Claudel. xvii, 447 pages. Illustrated. Also issued by Musson Book Company, Toronto, 1934. d. Budapest: Nyugat kiadó és irodalmi, [1935?]. Translated by Lydia Lengyel. 384 pages. Illustrated. e. New York: Garden City Publishing Company, 1941. Reprint of the 1934 Simon and Schuster edition. Also issued by Blue Ribbon Books, Toronto, 1941. f. New York: Grosset & Dunlap, 1960. 460 pages. Also issued by Mayflower Publishing Company, London, 1960. g. New York: Pocket Books, 1972. Foreword by Paul Claudel. 369 pages. Illustrated.

Toronto: Ryerson Press On Dance
Books
70b 1934 Nijinksky

70 Nijinksky [in anonymous collaboration with Romola Nijinsky]. London: Victor Gollancz, 1933. 416 pages. Illustrated. a. Also issued by Ryerson Press, Toronto, 1933. b. Paris: Denoël et Steele, [1934]. Translated by Pierre Dutray, with a preface by Paul Claudel. 425 pages. c. New York: Simon and Schuster, 1934. Foreword by Paul Claudel. xvii, 447 pages. Illustrated. Also issued by Musson Book Company, Toronto, 1934. d. Budapest: Nyugat kiadó és irodalmi, [1935?]. Translated by Lydia Lengyel. 384 pages. Illustrated. e. New York: Garden City Publishing Company, 1941. Reprint of the 1934 Simon and Schuster edition. Also issued by Blue Ribbon Books, Toronto, 1941. f. New York: Grosset & Dunlap, 1960. 460 pages. Also issued by Mayflower Publishing Company, London, 1960. g. New York: Pocket Books, 1972. Foreword by Paul Claudel. 369 pages. Illustrated.

Paris: Denoël et Steele On Dance
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70c1 1934 Nijinksky

70 Nijinksky [in anonymous collaboration with Romola Nijinsky]. London: Victor Gollancz, 1933. 416 pages. Illustrated. a. Also issued by Ryerson Press, Toronto, 1933. b. Paris: Denoël et Steele, [1934]. Translated by Pierre Dutray, with a preface by Paul Claudel. 425 pages. c. New York: Simon and Schuster, 1934. Foreword by Paul Claudel. xvii, 447 pages. Illustrated. Also issued by Musson Book Company, Toronto, 1934. d. Budapest: Nyugat kiadó és irodalmi, [1935?]. Translated by Lydia Lengyel. 384 pages. Illustrated. e. New York: Garden City Publishing Company, 1941. Reprint of the 1934 Simon and Schuster edition. Also issued by Blue Ribbon Books, Toronto, 1941. f. New York: Grosset & Dunlap, 1960. 460 pages. Also issued by Mayflower Publishing Company, London, 1960. g. New York: Pocket Books, 1972. Foreword by Paul Claudel. 369 pages. Illustrated.

New York: Simon and Schuster On Dance
Books
70c2 1934 Nijinksky

70 Nijinksky [in anonymous collaboration with Romola Nijinsky]. London: Victor Gollancz, 1933. 416 pages. Illustrated. a. Also issued by Ryerson Press, Toronto, 1933. b. Paris: Denoël et Steele, [1934]. Translated by Pierre Dutray, with a preface by Paul Claudel. 425 pages. c. New York: Simon and Schuster, 1934. Foreword by Paul Claudel. xvii, 447 pages. Illustrated. Also issued by Musson Book Company, Toronto, 1934. d. Budapest: Nyugat kiadó és irodalmi, [1935?]. Translated by Lydia Lengyel. 384 pages. Illustrated. e. New York: Garden City Publishing Company, 1941. Reprint of the 1934 Simon and Schuster edition. Also issued by Blue Ribbon Books, Toronto, 1941. f. New York: Grosset & Dunlap, 1960. 460 pages. Also issued by Mayflower Publishing Company, London, 1960. g. New York: Pocket Books, 1972. Foreword by Paul Claudel. 369 pages. Illustrated.

Toronto: Musson Book Company On Dance
Books
70d 1935 Nijinksky

70 Nijinksky [in anonymous collaboration with Romola Nijinsky]. London: Victor Gollancz, 1933. 416 pages. Illustrated. a. Also issued by Ryerson Press, Toronto, 1933. b. Paris: Denoël et Steele, [1934]. Translated by Pierre Dutray, with a preface by Paul Claudel. 425 pages. c. New York: Simon and Schuster, 1934. Foreword by Paul Claudel. xvii, 447 pages. Illustrated. Also issued by Musson Book Company, Toronto, 1934. d. Budapest: Nyugat kiadó és irodalmi, [1935?]. Translated by Lydia Lengyel. 384 pages. Illustrated. e. New York: Garden City Publishing Company, 1941. Reprint of the 1934 Simon and Schuster edition. Also issued by Blue Ribbon Books, Toronto, 1941. f. New York: Grosset & Dunlap, 1960. 460 pages. Also issued by Mayflower Publishing Company, London, 1960. g. New York: Pocket Books, 1972. Foreword by Paul Claudel. 369 pages. Illustrated.

Budapest: Nyugat kiadó és irodalmi On Dance
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70e1 1941 Nijinksky [reprint of the 1934 Simon and Schuster edition]

70 Nijinksky [in anonymous collaboration with Romola Nijinsky]. London: Victor Gollancz, 1933. 416 pages. Illustrated. a. Also issued by Ryerson Press, Toronto, 1933. b. Paris: Denoël et Steele, [1934]. Translated by Pierre Dutray, with a preface by Paul Claudel. 425 pages. c. New York: Simon and Schuster, 1934. Foreword by Paul Claudel. xvii, 447 pages. Illustrated. Also issued by Musson Book Company, Toronto, 1934. d. Budapest: Nyugat kiadó és irodalmi, [1935?]. Translated by Lydia Lengyel. 384 pages. Illustrated. e. New York: Garden City Publishing Company, 1941. Reprint of the 1934 Simon and Schuster edition. Also issued by Blue Ribbon Books, Toronto, 1941. f. New York: Grosset & Dunlap, 1960. 460 pages. Also issued by Mayflower Publishing Company, London, 1960. g. New York: Pocket Books, 1972. Foreword by Paul Claudel. 369 pages. Illustrated.

New York: Garden City Publishing Company On Dance
Books
70e2 1941 Nijinksky [reprint of the 1934 Simon and Schuster edition]

70 Nijinksky [in anonymous collaboration with Romola Nijinsky]. London: Victor Gollancz, 1933. 416 pages. Illustrated. a. Also issued by Ryerson Press, Toronto, 1933. b. Paris: Denoël et Steele, [1934]. Translated by Pierre Dutray, with a preface by Paul Claudel. 425 pages. c. New York: Simon and Schuster, 1934. Foreword by Paul Claudel. xvii, 447 pages. Illustrated. Also issued by Musson Book Company, Toronto, 1934. d. Budapest: Nyugat kiadó és irodalmi, [1935?]. Translated by Lydia Lengyel. 384 pages. Illustrated. e. New York: Garden City Publishing Company, 1941. Reprint of the 1934 Simon and Schuster edition. Also issued by Blue Ribbon Books, Toronto, 1941. f. New York: Grosset & Dunlap, 1960. 460 pages. Also issued by Mayflower Publishing Company, London, 1960. g. New York: Pocket Books, 1972. Foreword by Paul Claudel. 369 pages. Illustrated.

Toronto: Blue Ribbon Books On Dance
Books
70f1 1960 Nijinksky

70 Nijinksky [in anonymous collaboration with Romola Nijinsky]. London: Victor Gollancz, 1933. 416 pages. Illustrated. a. Also issued by Ryerson Press, Toronto, 1933. b. Paris: Denoël et Steele, [1934]. Translated by Pierre Dutray, with a preface by Paul Claudel. 425 pages. c. New York: Simon and Schuster, 1934. Foreword by Paul Claudel. xvii, 447 pages. Illustrated. Also issued by Musson Book Company, Toronto, 1934. d. Budapest: Nyugat kiadó és irodalmi, [1935?]. Translated by Lydia Lengyel. 384 pages. Illustrated. e. New York: Garden City Publishing Company, 1941. Reprint of the 1934 Simon and Schuster edition. Also issued by Blue Ribbon Books, Toronto, 1941. f. New York: Grosset & Dunlap, 1960. 460 pages. Also issued by Mayflower Publishing Company, London, 1960. g. New York: Pocket Books, 1972. Foreword by Paul Claudel. 369 pages. Illustrated.

New York: Grosset & Dunlap On Dance
Books
70f2 1960 Nijinksky

70 Nijinksky [in anonymous collaboration with Romola Nijinsky]. London: Victor Gollancz, 1933. 416 pages. Illustrated. a. Also issued by Ryerson Press, Toronto, 1933. b. Paris: Denoël et Steele, [1934]. Translated by Pierre Dutray, with a preface by Paul Claudel. 425 pages. c. New York: Simon and Schuster, 1934. Foreword by Paul Claudel. xvii, 447 pages. Illustrated. Also issued by Musson Book Company, Toronto, 1934. d. Budapest: Nyugat kiadó és irodalmi, [1935?]. Translated by Lydia Lengyel. 384 pages. Illustrated. e. New York: Garden City Publishing Company, 1941. Reprint of the 1934 Simon and Schuster edition. Also issued by Blue Ribbon Books, Toronto, 1941. f. New York: Grosset & Dunlap, 1960. 460 pages. Also issued by Mayflower Publishing Company, London, 1960. g. New York: Pocket Books, 1972. Foreword by Paul Claudel. 369 pages. Illustrated.

London: Mayflower Publishing Company On Dance
Books
70g 1972 Nijinksky

70 Nijinksky [in anonymous collaboration with Romola Nijinsky]. London: Victor Gollancz, 1933. 416 pages. Illustrated. a. Also issued by Ryerson Press, Toronto, 1933. b. Paris: Denoël et Steele, [1934]. Translated by Pierre Dutray, with a preface by Paul Claudel. 425 pages. c. New York: Simon and Schuster, 1934. Foreword by Paul Claudel. xvii, 447 pages. Illustrated. Also issued by Musson Book Company, Toronto, 1934. d. Budapest: Nyugat kiadó és irodalmi, [1935?]. Translated by Lydia Lengyel. 384 pages. Illustrated. e. New York: Garden City Publishing Company, 1941. Reprint of the 1934 Simon and Schuster edition. Also issued by Blue Ribbon Books, Toronto, 1941. f. New York: Grosset & Dunlap, 1960. 460 pages. Also issued by Mayflower Publishing Company, London, 1960. g. New York: Pocket Books, 1972. Foreword by Paul Claudel. 369 pages. Illustrated.

New York: Pocket Books On Dance
Books
71 1934 Fokine

71 Fokine. With an introduction by Arnold L. Haskell. London: British-Continental Press, 1934. 67 pages. Illustrated. (The Artists of the Dance, 12) a. Partially reprinted, pages 7–17, in Carnaval, Le Spectre de la Rose and Les Sylphides, by Lincoln Kirstein, Arnold L. Haskell and Stewart Deas. London: The Bodley Head, for the Governors of Sadler's Wells Foundations, 1949. (Sadler's Wells Ballet Books, 4) b. Reprinted by University Microfilms, Ann Arbor, Michigan.

London: British-Continental Press On Dance
Books
71a 1949 Fokine [partially reprinted]

71 Fokine. With an introduction by Arnold L. Haskell. London: British-Continental Press, 1934. 67 pages. Illustrated. (The Artists of the Dance, 12) a. Partially reprinted, pages 7–17, in Carnaval, Le Spectre de la Rose and Les Sylphides, by Lincoln Kirstein, Arnold L. Haskell and Stewart Deas. London: The Bodley Head, for the Governors of Sadler's Wells Foundations, 1949. (Sadler's Wells Ballet Books, 4) b. Reprinted by University Microfilms, Ann Arbor, Michigan.

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71b Fokine

71 Fokine. With an introduction by Arnold L. Haskell. London: British-Continental Press, 1934. 67 pages. Illustrated. (The Artists of the Dance, 12) a. Partially reprinted, pages 7–17, in Carnaval, Le Spectre de la Rose and Les Sylphides, by Lincoln Kirstein, Arnold L. Haskell and Stewart Deas. London: The Bodley Head, for the Governors of Sadler's Wells Foundations, 1949. (Sadler's Wells Ballet Books, 4) b. Reprinted by University Microfilms, Ann Arbor, Michigan.

Ann Arbor, Michigan: University Microfilms On Dance
Books
72 1935 Dance: A Short History of Classic Theatrical Dancing

72 Dance: A Short History of Classic Theatrical Dancing. New York: G.P. Putnam's Sons, 1935. ix, 369 pages. Illustrated. a. Reissued with additional material as The Book of the Dance: A Short History of Classic Theatrical Dancing. Garden City, New York: Garden City Publishing Company, 1942. ix, 388 pages. Illustrated. Also issued by Blue Ribbon Books, Toronto, 1942. b. Reissued with further additional material as Dance: A Short History of Classic Theatrical Dancing. Brooklyn: Dance Horizons, 1969. xi, 398 pages. Illustrated. c. Dance: A Short History of Classic Theatrical Dancing. Westport, Connecticut: Greenwood Press, 1970. Reprint of the 1935 Putnam's edition. d. Reissued as “Anniversary edition,” with an appreciation by Nancy Reynolds. Princeton, New Jersey: Princeton Book Company, 1987. xi, 398 pages. Illustrated. (A Dance Horizons Book)

New York: G.P. Putnam's Sons On Dance
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72a1 1942 The Book of the Dance: A Short History of Classic Theatrical Dancing

72 Dance: A Short History of Classic Theatrical Dancing. New York: G.P. Putnam's Sons, 1935. ix, 369 pages. Illustrated. a. Reissued with additional material as The Book of the Dance: A Short History of Classic Theatrical Dancing. Garden City, New York: Garden City Publishing Company, 1942. ix, 388 pages. Illustrated. Also issued by Blue Ribbon Books, Toronto, 1942. b. Reissued with further additional material as Dance: A Short History of Classic Theatrical Dancing. Brooklyn: Dance Horizons, 1969. xi, 398 pages. Illustrated. c. Dance: A Short History of Classic Theatrical Dancing. Westport, Connecticut: Greenwood Press, 1970. Reprint of the 1935 Putnam's edition. d. Reissued as “Anniversary edition,” with an appreciation by Nancy Reynolds. Princeton, New Jersey: Princeton Book Company, 1987. xi, 398 pages. Illustrated. (A Dance Horizons Book)

Garden City, New York: Garden City Publishing Company On Dance
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72a2 1942 The Book of the Dance: A Short History of Classic Theatrical Dancing

72 Dance: A Short History of Classic Theatrical Dancing. New York: G.P. Putnam's Sons, 1935. ix, 369 pages. Illustrated. a. Reissued with additional material as The Book of the Dance: A Short History of Classic Theatrical Dancing. Garden City, New York: Garden City Publishing Company, 1942. ix, 388 pages. Illustrated. Also issued by Blue Ribbon Books, Toronto, 1942. b. Reissued with further additional material as Dance: A Short History of Classic Theatrical Dancing. Brooklyn: Dance Horizons, 1969. xi, 398 pages. Illustrated. c. Dance: A Short History of Classic Theatrical Dancing. Westport, Connecticut: Greenwood Press, 1970. Reprint of the 1935 Putnam's edition. d. Reissued as “Anniversary edition,” with an appreciation by Nancy Reynolds. Princeton, New Jersey: Princeton Book Company, 1987. xi, 398 pages. Illustrated. (A Dance Horizons Book)  

Toronto: Blue Ribbon Books On Dance
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72b 1969 Dance: A Short History of Classic Theatrical Dancing

72 Dance: A Short History of Classic Theatrical Dancing. New York: G.P. Putnam's Sons, 1935. ix, 369 pages. Illustrated. a. Reissued with additional material as The Book of the Dance: A Short History of Classic Theatrical Dancing. Garden City, New York: Garden City Publishing Company, 1942. ix, 388 pages. Illustrated. Also issued by Blue Ribbon Books, Toronto, 1942. b. Reissued with further additional material as Dance: A Short History of Classic Theatrical Dancing. Brooklyn: Dance Horizons, 1969. xi, 398 pages. Illustrated. c. Dance: A Short History of Classic Theatrical Dancing. Westport, Connecticut: Greenwood Press, 1970. Reprint of the 1935 Putnam's edition. d. Reissued as “Anniversary edition,” with an appreciation by Nancy Reynolds. Princeton, New Jersey: Princeton Book Company, 1987. xi, 398 pages. Illustrated. (A Dance Horizons Book)

Brooklyn: Dance Horizons On Dance
Books
72c 1970 Dance: A Short History of Classic Theatrical Dancing [reprint of the 1935 Putnam's edition]

72 Dance: A Short History of Classic Theatrical Dancing. New York: G.P. Putnam's Sons, 1935. ix, 369 pages. Illustrated. a. Reissued with additional material as The Book of the Dance: A Short History of Classic Theatrical Dancing. Garden City, New York: Garden City Publishing Company, 1942. ix, 388 pages. Illustrated. Also issued by Blue Ribbon Books, Toronto, 1942. b. Reissued with further additional material as Dance: A Short History of Classic Theatrical Dancing. Brooklyn: Dance Horizons, 1969. xi, 398 pages. Illustrated. c. Dance: A Short History of Classic Theatrical Dancing. Westport, Connecticut: Greenwood Press, 1970. Reprint of the 1935 Putnam's edition. d. Reissued as “Anniversary edition,” with an appreciation by Nancy Reynolds. Princeton, New Jersey: Princeton Book Company, 1987. xi, 398 pages. Illustrated. (A Dance Horizons Book)

Westport, Connecticut: Greenwood Press On Dance
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72d 1987 Dance: A Short History of Classic Theatrical Dancing [reissued as “Anniversary edition”]

72 Dance: A Short History of Classic Theatrical Dancing. New York: G.P. Putnam's Sons, 1935. ix, 369 pages. Illustrated. a. Reissued with additional material as The Book of the Dance: A Short History of Classic Theatrical Dancing. Garden City, New York: Garden City Publishing Company, 1942. ix, 388 pages. Illustrated. Also issued by Blue Ribbon Books, Toronto, 1942. b. Reissued with further additional material as Dance: A Short History of Classic Theatrical Dancing. Brooklyn: Dance Horizons, 1969. xi, 398 pages. Illustrated. c. Dance: A Short History of Classic Theatrical Dancing. Westport, Connecticut: Greenwood Press, 1970. Reprint of the 1935 Putnam's edition. d. Reissued as “Anniversary edition,” with an appreciation by Nancy Reynolds. Princeton, New Jersey: Princeton Book Company, 1987. xi, 398 pages. Illustrated. (A Dance Horizons Book)

Princeton, New Jersey: Princeton Book Company On Dance
Books
73 1938 Blast at Ballet: A Corrective for the American Audience

73 Blast at Ballet: A Corrective for the American Audience. New York: [privately published by Lincoln Kirstein], 1938. 128 pages. a. Reprinted in Three Pamphlets Collected (77). b. Reprinted by University Microfilms, Ann Arbor, Michigan.

New York: [privately published by Lincoln Kirstein] On Dance
Books
73a 1967 Blast at Ballet: A Corrective for the American Audience

73 Blast at Ballet: A Corrective for the American Audience. New York: [privately published by Lincoln Kirstein], 1938. 128 pages. a. Reprinted in Three Pamphlets Collected (77). b. Reprinted by University Microfilms, Ann Arbor, Michigan.

Brooklyn: Dance Horizons On Dance
In Books
73b Blast at Ballet: A Corrective for the American Audience

73 Blast at Ballet: A Corrective for the American Audience. New York: [privately published by Lincoln Kirstein], 1938. 128 pages. a. Reprinted in Three Pamphlets Collected (77). b. Reprinted by University Microfilms, Ann Arbor, Michigan.

Ann Arbor, Michigan: University Microfilms On Dance
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74 1939 Ballet Alphabet: A Primer for Laymen

74 Ballet Alphabet: A Primer for Laymen. With drawings by Paul Cadmus. New York: Kamin Publishers, 1939. 71 pages. a. Reprinted in Three Pamphlets Collected (77).

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74a 1967 Ballet Alphabet: A Primer for Laymen

74 Ballet Alphabet: A Primer for Laymen. With drawings by Paul Cadmus. New York: Kamin Publishers, 1939. 71 pages. a. Reprinted in Three Pamphlets Collected (77).

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75 1959 What Ballet Is about: An American Glossary

75 What Ballet Is about: An American Glossary. With a portfolio of photographs of the New York City Ballet by Martha Swope. Brooklyn: Dance Perspectives, 1959. 80 pages. (Dance Perspectives, 1) a. Reprinted (without photographs) in Three Pamphlets Collected (77). b. Reprinted by Johnson Reprint Corporation, New York, 1970.

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75a 1967 What Ballet Is about: An American Glossary

75 What Ballet Is about: An American Glossary. With a portfolio of photographs of the New York City Ballet by Martha Swope. Brooklyn: Dance Perspectives, 1959. 80 pages. (Dance Perspectives, 1) a. Reprinted (without photographs) in Three Pamphlets Collected (77). b. Reprinted by Johnson Reprint Corporation, New York, 1970.

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75b 1970 What Ballet Is about: An American Glossary

75 What Ballet Is about: An American Glossary. With a portfolio of photographs of the New York City Ballet by Martha Swope. Brooklyn: Dance Perspectives, 1959. 80 pages. (Dance Perspectives, 1) a. Reprinted (without photographs) in Three Pamphlets Collected (77). b. Reprinted by Johnson Reprint Corporation, New York, 1970.

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76 1959 Gagaku: The Music and Dances of the Japanese Imperial Household

76 Gagaku: The Music and Dances of the Japanese Imperial Household. Edited and with an introduction by Lincoln Kirstein. Text by Robert Garfias; calligraphy by Yasuhide Kobashi. New York: Theatre Arts Books, 1959. [40] pages. Illustrated. a. Reprinted as “Foreword to Gagaku,” pages 107–110, in Ballet: Bias & Belief (83). b. Reprinted as “Gagaku,” pages [187]–191, in By With To & From (568).

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76a 1983 “Foreword to Gagaku

76 Gagaku: The Music and Dances of the Japanese Imperial Household. Edited and with an introduction by Lincoln Kirstein. Text by Robert Garfias; calligraphy by Yasuhide Kobashi. New York: Theatre Arts Books, 1959. [40] pages. Illustrated. a. Reprinted as “Foreword to Gagaku,” pages 107–110, in Ballet: Bias & Belief (83). b. Reprinted as “Gagaku,” pages [187]–191, in By With To & From (568).

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76b 1991 “Gagaku”

76 Gagaku: The Music and Dances of the Japanese Imperial Household. Edited and with an introduction by Lincoln Kirstein. Text by Robert Garfias; calligraphy by Yasuhide Kobashi. New York: Theatre Arts Books, 1959. [40] pages. Illustrated. a. Reprinted as “Foreword to Gagaku,” pages 107–110, in Ballet: Bias & Belief (83). b. Reprinted as “Gagaku,” pages [187]–191, in By With To & From (568).

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77 1967 Three Pamphlets Collected: Blast at Ballet, 1937 [i.e., 1938]; Ballet Alphabet, 1939; What Ballet is All about [sic], 1959

77 Three Pamphlets Collected: Blast at Ballet, 1937 [i.e., 1938]; Ballet Alphabet, 1939; What Ballet is All about [sic], 1959. With a new foreword. Brooklyn: Dance Horizons, 1967. Original paginations retained. (Dance Horizons Republication, 9) a. Reprinted, pages 157–434, in Ballet: Bias & Belief (83).

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77a 1983 Three Pamphlets Collected: Blast at Ballet, 1937 [i.e., 1938]; Ballet Alphabet, 1939; What Ballet is All about [sic], 1959

77 Three Pamphlets Collected: Blast at Ballet, 1937 [i.e., 1938]; Ballet Alphabet, 1939; What Ballet is All about [sic], 1959. With a new foreword. Brooklyn: Dance Horizons, 1967. Original paginations retained. (Dance Horizons Republication, 9) a. Reprinted, pages 157–434, in Ballet: Bias & Belief (83).

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78 1970 Movement & Metaphor: Four Centuries of Ballet

78 Movement & Metaphor: Four Centuries of Ballet. New York and Washington: Praeger Publishers, 1970. viii, 290 pages. Illustrated. a. Also issued by Pitman, London, 1971. b. Reissued as Four Centuries of Ballet: Fifty Masterworks. New York: Dover, 1984. vii, 290 pages. Illustrated.

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78a 1971 Movement & Metaphor: Four Centuries of Ballet

78 Movement & Metaphor: Four Centuries of Ballet. New York and Washington: Praeger Publishers, 1970. viii, 290 pages. Illustrated. a. Also issued by Pitman, London, 1971. b. Reissued as Four Centuries of Ballet: Fifty Masterworks. New York: Dover, 1984. vii, 290 pages. Illustrated.

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78b 1984 Four Centuries of Ballet: Fifty Masterworks

78 Movement & Metaphor: Four Centuries of Ballet. New York and Washington: Praeger Publishers, 1970. viii, 290 pages. Illustrated. a. Also issued by Pitman, London, 1971. b. Reissued as Four Centuries of Ballet: Fifty Masterworks. New York: Dover, 1984. vii, 290 pages. Illustrated.

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79 1973 The New York City Ballet

79 The New York City Ballet. With photographs by Martha Swope and George Platt Lynes. New York: Alfred A. Knopf, 1973. 261 pages. a. Also issued by A. & C. Black, London, 1974. b. Reissued (without photographs), with text expanded to cover 1973–1978 in celebration of the company's 30th anniversary, as Thirty Years: Lincoln Kirstein's “The New York City Ballet.” New York: Alfred A. Knopf, 1978. xvi, 398 pages.

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79a 1974 The New York City Ballet

79 The New York City Ballet. With photographs by Martha Swope and George Platt Lynes. New York: Alfred A. Knopf, 1973. 261 pages. a. Also issued by A. & C. Black, London, 1974. b. Reissued (without photographs), with text expanded to cover 1973–1978 in celebration of the company's 30th anniversary, as Thirty Years: Lincoln Kirstein's “The New York City Ballet.” New York: Alfred A. Knopf, 1978. xvi, 398 pages.

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79b 1978 Thirty Years: Lincoln Kirstein's “The New York City Ballet”

79 The New York City Ballet. With photographs by Martha Swope and George Platt Lynes. New York: Alfred A. Knopf, 1973. 261 pages. a. Also issued by A. & C. Black, London, 1974. b. Reissued (without photographs), with text expanded to cover 1973–1978 in celebration of the company's 30th anniversary, as Thirty Years: Lincoln Kirstein's “The New York City Ballet.” New York: Alfred A. Knopf, 1978. xvi, 398 pages.

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80 1973 For John Martin: Entries from an Early Diary

80 For John Martin: Entries from an Early Diary [June–August, 1933]. New York: Dance Perspectives Foundation, 1973. 56 pages. Illustrated. (Dance Perspectives, 54) a. Reprinted as "From an Early Diary," pages [130]–158, in By With To & From (568).

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80a 1991 "From an Early Diary"

80 For John Martin: Entries from an Early Diary [June–August, 1933]. New York: Dance Perspectives Foundation, 1973. 56 pages. Illustrated. (Dance Perspectives, 54) a. Reprinted as "From an Early Diary," pages [130]–158, in By With To & From (568).

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81 1975 Nijinsky Dancing

81 Nijinsky Dancing. With photographs by Bert, de Meyer, Druet, Roosen, White, and others; and essays by Jacques Rivière and Edwin Denby. New York: Alfred A. Knopf, 1975. 177 pages. a. Also issued by Thames and Hudson, London, 1975. b. “Michael Fokine: One Hundred Years,” included in Nijinsky Dancing, reprinted, pages 40–45, in About the House 5:11 (Spring 1980).

New York: Alfred A. Knopf On Dance
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81a 1975 Nijinsky Dancing

81 Nijinsky Dancing. With photographs by Bert, de Meyer, Druet, Roosen, White, and others; and essays by Jacques Rivière and Edwin Denby. New York: Alfred A. Knopf, 1975. 177 pages. a. Also issued by Thames and Hudson, London, 1975. b. “Michael Fokine: One Hundred Years,” included in Nijinsky Dancing, reprinted, pages 40–45, in About the House 5:11 (Spring 1980).

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81b 1980 “Michael Fokine: One Hundred Years”

81 Nijinsky Dancing. With photographs by Bert, de Meyer, Druet, Roosen, White, and others; and essays by Jacques Rivière and Edwin Denby. New York: Alfred A. Knopf, 1975. 177 pages. a. Also issued by Thames and Hudson, London, 1975. b. “Michael Fokine: One Hundred Years,” included in Nijinsky Dancing, reprinted, pages 40–45, in About the House 5:11 (Spring 1980).

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82 1977 Union Jack

82 Union Jack. Edited and with texts by Lincoln Kirstein; photographs by Martha Swope and Richard Benson. New York: Eakins Press Foundation, 1977. 107 pages.

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83 1983 Ballet: Bias & Belief [—] Three Pamphlets Collected and Other Dance Writings of Lincoln Kirstein

83 Ballet: Bias & Belief [—] Three Pamphlets Collected and Other Dance Writings of Lincoln Kirstein. With a new preface by Lincoln Kirstein and introduction and comments by Nancy Reynolds. [Brooklyn] New York: Dance Horizons, 1983. xviii, 458 pages. Illustrated.

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84 1984 Portrait of Mr. B: Photographs of George Balanchine with an essay by Lincoln Kirstein

84 Portrait of Mr. B: Photographs of George Balanchine with an essay by Lincoln Kirstein. Additional material by Peter Martins, Edwin Denby, and Jonathan Cott. New York: Viking, 1984. 154 pages. Illustrated. (A Ballet Society Book). a. "A Ballet Master's Belief" (For Father Adrian), essay reprinted, pages [198]–219, in By With To & From (568).

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84a 1991 "A Ballet Master's Belief" (For Father Adrian)

84 Portrait of Mr. B: Photographs of George Balanchine with an essay by Lincoln Kirstein. Additional material by Peter Martins, Edwin Denby, and Jonathan Cott. New York: Viking, 1984. 154 pages. Illustrated. (A Ballet Society Book). a. "A Ballet Master's Belief" (For Father Adrian), essay reprinted, pages [198]–219, in By With To & From (568).

New York: Farrar, Straus & Giroux On Dance
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86 1937 “Kirstein 1937” [on Martha Graham]

86 “Kirstein 1937” [on Martha Graham]. Pages 23–33 in Martha Graham, edited by Merle Armitage. Los Angeles: [Merle Armitage], 1937. a. Reprinted as “Martha Graham,” pages 47–52, in Ballet: Bias & Belief (83).

Los Angeles: [Merle Armitage] On Dance
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86a 1983 “Martha Graham”

86 “Kirstein 1937” [on Martha Graham]. Pages 23–33 in Martha Graham, edited by Merle Armitage. Los Angeles: [Merle Armitage], 1937. a. Reprinted as “Martha Graham,” pages 47–52, in Ballet: Bias & Belief (83).

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87 1939 “Ballet and Music”

87 “Ballet and Music.” Pages 108–118 in The International Cyclopedia of Music and Musicians, edited by Oscar Thompson. New York: Dodd, Mead, 1939 and subsequent editions. a. Reprinted, pages 298–317, in The Music Lover's Handbook, edited by Elie Siegmeister. New York: William Morrow, 1943.

New York: Dodd, Mead On Dance
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87a 1943 “Ballet and Music”

87 “Ballet and Music.” Pages 108–118 in The International Cyclopedia of Music and Musicians, edited by Oscar Thompson. New York: Dodd, Mead, 1939 and subsequent editions. a. Reprinted, pages 298–317, in The Music Lover's Handbook, edited by Elie Siegmeister. New York: William Morrow, 1943.

New York: William Morrow On Dance
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88 1947 “Achievement”

88 “Achievement.” Page 9 in [The Year Book of] The Ballet Society: 1946–1947. New York: Ballet Society, 1947.

New York: Ballet Society On Dance
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89 1949 “Foreword”

89 “Foreword.” Pages ix–x in The Dance Encyclopedia, compiled and edited by Anatole Chujoy. New York: A.S. Barnes, 1949.

New York: A.S. Barnes On Dance
In Books
90 1952 “The Classic Ballet: Historical Development”

90 “The Classic Ballet: Historical Development.” Pages 3–17 in The Classic Ballet: Basic Technique and Terminology, by Muriel Stuart. New York: Alfred A. Knopf, 1952. a. Also issued by McClelland & Stewart, Toronto, 1952. b. Also issued by Longmans, Green, London, 1953. Reissued by A. & C. Black, London, 1977. c. Pages 1–18 in Kurashikku Baree [Japanese translation by R. Matsumoto and K. Mori]. Tokyo: Ongaku no Yusha, 1967. d. Reprinted, pages 97–106, in Ballet: Bias & Belief (83).

New York: Alfred A. Knopf On Dance
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90a 1952 “The Classic Ballet: Historical Development”

90 “The Classic Ballet: Historical Development.” Pages 3–17 in The Classic Ballet: Basic Technique and Terminology, by Muriel Stuart. New York: Alfred A. Knopf, 1952. a. Also issued by McClelland & Stewart, Toronto, 1952. b. Also issued by Longmans, Green, London, 1953. Reissued by A. & C. Black, London, 1977. c. Pages 1–18 in Kurashikku Baree [Japanese translation by R. Matsumoto and K. Mori]. Tokyo: Ongaku no Yusha, 1967. d. Reprinted, pages 97–106, in Ballet: Bias & Belief (83).

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90b1 1953 “The Classic Ballet: Historical Development”

90 “The Classic Ballet: Historical Development.” Pages 3–17 in The Classic Ballet: Basic Technique and Terminology, by Muriel Stuart. New York: Alfred A. Knopf, 1952. a. Also issued by McClelland & Stewart, Toronto, 1952. b. Also issued by Longmans, Green, London, 1953. Reissued by A. & C. Black, London, 1977. c. Pages 1–18 in Kurashikku Baree [Japanese translation by R. Matsumoto and K. Mori]. Tokyo: Ongaku no Yusha, 1967. d. Reprinted, pages 97–106, in Ballet: Bias & Belief (83).

London: Longmans, Green On Dance
In Books
90c 1967 “The Classic Ballet: Historical Development”

90 “The Classic Ballet: Historical Development.” Pages 3–17 in The Classic Ballet: Basic Technique and Terminology, by Muriel Stuart. New York: Alfred A. Knopf, 1952. a. Also issued by McClelland & Stewart, Toronto, 1952. b. Also issued by Longmans, Green, London, 1953. Reissued by A. & C. Black, London, 1977. c. Pages 1–18 in Kurashikku Baree [Japanese translation by R. Matsumoto and K. Mori]. Tokyo: Ongaku no Yusha, 1967. d. Reprinted, pages 97–106, in Ballet: Bias & Belief (83).

Tokyo: Ongaku no Yusha On Dance
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90b2 1977 “The Classic Ballet: Historical Development”

90 “The Classic Ballet: Historical Development.” Pages 3–17 in The Classic Ballet: Basic Technique and Terminology, by Muriel Stuart. New York: Alfred A. Knopf, 1952. a. Also issued by McClelland & Stewart, Toronto, 1952. b. Also issued by Longmans, Green, London, 1953. Reissued by A. & C. Black, London, 1977. c. Pages 1–18 in Kurashikku Baree [Japanese translation by R. Matsumoto and K. Mori]. Tokyo: Ongaku no Yusha, 1967. d. Reprinted, pages 97–106, in Ballet: Bias & Belief (83).


London: A. & C. Black On Dance
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90d 1983 “The Classic Ballet: Historical Development”

90 “The Classic Ballet: Historical Development.” Pages 3–17 in The Classic Ballet: Basic Technique and Terminology, by Muriel Stuart. New York: Alfred A. Knopf, 1952. a. Also issued by McClelland & Stewart, Toronto, 1952. b. Also issued by Longmans, Green, London, 1953. Reissued by A. & C. Black, London, 1977. c. Pages 1–18 in Kurashikku Baree [Japanese translation by R. Matsumoto and K. Mori]. Tokyo: Ongaku no Yusha, 1967. d. Reprinted, pages 97–106, in Ballet: Bias & Belief (83).

[Brooklyn] New York: Dance Horizons On Dance
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91 1953 “Alec: or, the Future of Choreography”

91 “Alec: or, the Future of Choreography.” Pages 41–53 in Dance News Annual [1]: 1953, edited by Winthrop Palmer and Anatole Chujoy. New York: Alfred A. Knopf, 1953. a. Reprinted, pages 97–106, in Ballet: Bias & Belief (83).

New York: Alfred A. Knopf On Dance
In Books
91a 1983 “Alec: or, the Future of Choreography”

91 “Alec: or, the Future of Choreography.” Pages 41–53 in Dance News Annual [1]: 1953, edited by Winthrop Palmer and Anatole Chujoy. New York: Alfred A. Knopf, 1953. a. Reprinted, pages 97–106, in Ballet: Bias & Belief (83).

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92 1958 “The Ballet in Hartford”

92 “The Ballet in Hartford.” Pages 63–74 in A. Everett Austin, Jr.: A Director's Taste and Achievement. Hartford, Connecticut: Wadsworth Atheneum, 1958.

Hartford, Connecticut: Wadsworth Atheneum On Dance
In Books
93 1967 “Introduction”

93 “Introduction.” Pages vii–viii in The Dance Encyclopedia, revised and enlarged edition, compiled and edited by Anatole Chujoy and P.W. Manchester. New York: Simon and Schuster, 1967.

New York: Simon and Schuster On Dance
In Books
94 1974 “The New York City Ballet”

94 “The New York City Ballet.” Pages 6–18 in Ballet & Modern Dance. London: Octopus Books, 1974. Illustrated.

London: Octopus Books On Dance
In Books
95 1974 “Delibes and Coppélia

95 “Delibes and Coppélia.” Pages 26–29 in Coppélia, text by Nancy Goldner and Lincoln Kirstein; photographs by Richard Benson. New York: Eakins Press Foundation, 1974.

New York: Eakins Press Foundation On Dance
In Books
96 1975 [Excerpts from 1971 correspondence with James Klosty]

96 [Excerpts from 1971 correspondence with James Klosty.] Pages 89–90 in Merce Cunningham, edited with photographs and an introduction by James Klosty. New York: Saturday Review Press/E.P. Dutton, 1975.

New York: Saturday Review Press/E.P. Dutton On Dance
In Books
97 1975 “Introduction”

97 “Introduction.” Pages 5–9 in The Nutcracker: The Story of the New York City Ballet's Production Told in Pictures by Martha Swope, edited by Nancy Lassalle. New York: Dodd, Mead, 1975. a. Partially reprinted, pages [3–4, 12], in Playbill (New York State Theater issue, Dec. 4, 1975–Jan. 4, 1976) [program]. New York: American Theatre Press, 1975–1976. Illustrated.

New York: Dodd, Mead On Dance
In Books
97a 1975 “Introduction” [partially reprinted]

97 “Introduction.” Pages 5–9 in The Nutcracker: The Story of the New York City Ballet's Production Told in Pictures by Martha Swope, edited by Nancy Lassalle. New York: Dodd, Mead, 1975. a. Partially reprinted, pages [3–4, 12], in Playbill (New York State Theater issue, Dec. 4, 1975–Jan. 4, 1976) [program]. New York: American Theatre Press, 1975–1976. Illustrated.

New York: American Theatre Press On Dance
Program and Other Notes
98 1977 “Introduction”

98 “Introduction.” Pages 5–7 in A Midsummer Night's Dream: The Story of the New York City Ballet's Production Told in Photographs by Martha Swope, edited by Nancy Lassalle. New York: Dodd, Mead, 1977.

New York: Dodd, Mead On Dance
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99 1977 “Rationale of a Repertory”

99 “Rationale of a Repertory.” Pages 1–12 in Repertory in Review: 40 Years of the New York City Ballet, by Nancy Reynolds. New York: Dial Press, 1977.

New York: Dial Press On Dance
In Books
100 1978 “The Performing Arts and Our Egregious Elite”

100 “The Performing Arts and Our Egregious Elite.” Pages 181–197 in The Performing Arts and American Society, edited by W. McNeil Lowry. Papers prepared for the fifty-third American Assembly. Englewood Cliffs, New Jersey: Prentice-Hall, 1978. a. Reprinted, pages 35–39, in About the House 6:4 (Christmas 1981). b. Reprinted, pages 133–146, in Ballet: Bias & Belief (83).

Englewood Cliffs, New Jersey: Prentice-Hall On Dance
In Books
100a 1981 “The Performing Arts and Our Egregious Elite”

100 “The Performing Arts and Our Egregious Elite.” Pages 181–197 in The Performing Arts and American Society, edited by W. McNeil Lowry. Papers prepared for the fifty-third American Assembly. Englewood Cliffs, New Jersey: Prentice-Hall, 1978. a. Reprinted, pages 35–39, in About the House 6:4 (Christmas 1981). b. Reprinted, pages 133–146, in Ballet: Bias & Belief (83).

About the House On Dance
Program and Other Notes
100b 1983 “The Performing Arts and Our Egregious Elite”

100 “The Performing Arts and Our Egregious Elite.” Pages 181–197 in The Performing Arts and American Society, edited by W. McNeil Lowry. Papers prepared for the fifty-third American Assembly. Englewood Cliffs, New Jersey: Prentice-Hall, 1978. a. Reprinted, pages 35–39, in About the House 6:4 (Christmas 1981). b. Reprinted, pages 133–146, in Ballet: Bias & Belief (83).

[Brooklyn] New York: Dance Horizons On Dance
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101 1982 “Foreword”

101 “Foreword.” Pages [i–iii] in Leap Year: A Year in the Life of a Dancer, by Christopher d'Amboise. Garden City, New York: Doubleday, 1982.

Garden City, New York: Doubleday On Dance
In Books
102 1983 “New York's Debt to Lew Christensen in San Francisco: 1934–1988”

102 “New York's Debt to Lew Christensen in San Francisco: 1934–1988.” Pages x–xi in The San Francisco Ballet: The First Fifty Years, by [Stephen] Cobbett Steinberg. San Francisco: San Francisco Ballet Association/Chronicle Books, 1983. Includes “Vaudeville” (26).

San Francisco: San Francisco Ballet Association/Chronicle Books On Dance
In Books
103 1983 “Preface”

103 “Preface.” Pages 11–14 in Choreography by George Balanchine: A Catalogue of Works. Leslie George Katz, Nancy Lassalle and Harvey Simmonds, Project Directors. New York: Eakins Press Foundation, 1983. a. Also issued by Viking Penguin, New York, 1984, in a smaller format with corrections and additions.

New York: Eakins Press Foundation On Dance
In Books
103a 1984 “Preface”

103 “Preface.” Pages 11–14 in Choreography by George Balanchine: A Catalogue of Works. Leslie George Katz, Nancy Lassalle and Harvey Simmonds, Project Directors. New York: Eakins Press Foundation, 1983. a. Also issued by Viking Penguin, New York, 1984, in a smaller format with corrections and additions.

New York: Viking Penguin On Dance
In Books
105 1930 “The Diaghilev Period”

105 “The Diaghilev Period.” Hound & Horn 3:4 (July/Sept. 1930), 468–501. Illustrated. a. Reprinted, pages 3–25, in Ballet: Bias & Belief (83). b. Reprinted, pages [103]–129, in By With To & From (568).

Hound & Horn On Dance
Articles and Reviews
105a 1983 “The Diaghilev Period”

105 “The Diaghilev Period.” Hound & Horn 3:4 (July/Sept. 1930), 468–501. Illustrated. a. Reprinted, pages 3–25, in Ballet: Bias & Belief (83). b. Reprinted, pages [103]–129, in By With To & From (568).

[Brooklyn] New York: Dance Horizons On Dance
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105b 1991 “The Diaghilev Period”

105 “The Diaghilev Period.” Hound & Horn 3:4 (July/Sept. 1930), 468–501. Illustrated. a. Reprinted, pages 3–25, in Ballet: Bias & Belief (83). b. Reprinted, pages [103]–129, in By With To & From (568).

New York: Farrar, Straus & Giroux On Dance
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106 1931 “Dance Chronicle: Kreutzberg; Wigman; Pas d'Acier [Strawbridge-Prokofiev-Simonson]; The Future”

106 “Dance Chronicle: Kreutzberg; Wigman; Pas d'Acier [Strawbridge-Prokofiev-Simonson]; The Future.” Hound & Horn 4:4 (July/Sept. 1931), 573–580.

Hound & Horn On Dance
Articles and Reviews
107 1933 “Homage to Michel Fokine”

107 “Homage to Michel Fokine.” New English Weekly 3:15 (July 27, 1933), 350–351. a. Reprinted, pages 27–30, in Ballet: Bias & Belief (83).

New English Weekly On Dance
Articles and Reviews
107a 1983 “Homage to Michel Fokine”

107 “Homage to Michel Fokine.” New English Weekly 3:15 (July 27, 1933), 350–351. a. Reprinted, pages 27–30, in Ballet: Bias & Belief (83).

[Brooklyn] New York: Dance Horizons On Dance
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108 1933 “‘Modern Dance’ and Dancing” [Isadora Duncan, Mary Wigman, Anna Pavlova, and others]

108 “‘Modern Dance’ and Dancing” [Isadora Duncan, Mary Wigman, Anna Pavlova, and others]. New English Weekly 3:18 (Aug. 17, 1933), 421.

New English Weekly On Dance
Articles and Reviews
109 1933 “Ballet” [Diaghilev, Lifar, Boris Kochno, Kurt Jooss, Balanchine, Les Ballets 1933, Ballet Russe de Monte Carlo, Original Ballet Russe, and others]

109 “Ballet” [Diaghilev, Lifar, Boris Kochno, Kurt Jooss, Balanchine, Les Ballets 1933, Ballet Russe de Monte Carlo, Original Ballet Russe, and others]. Vogue 82:9 (Nov. 1, 1933), 28–31, 102–103. Illustrated. a. Reprinted (without illustrations), pages [15–20], in Les Ballets 1933, catalogue of the exhibition. Saratoga Springs, New York: National Museum of Dance, 1990.

Vogue On Dance
Articles and Reviews
109a 1990 “Ballet”

109 “Ballet” [Diaghilev, Lifar, Boris Kochno, Kurt Jooss, Balanchine, Les Ballets 1933, Ballet Russe de Monte Carlo, Original Ballet Russe, and others]. Vogue 82:9 (Nov. 1, 1933), 28–31, 102–103. Illustrated. a. Reprinted (without illustrations), pages [15–20], in Les Ballets 1933, catalogue of the exhibition. Saratoga Springs, New York: National Museum of Dance, 1990.

Saratoga Springs, New York: National Museum of Dance On Dance
Exhibition Catalogues and Notes
110 1934 “The School of the American Ballet”

110 “The School of the American Ballet.” Hound & Horn 7:2 (Jan./March 1934), 284–286.

Hound & Horn On Dance
Articles and Reviews
111 1934 “The Dance: The Persistence of Ballet” [Vachtang Chabukiani, Vecheslova, Monte Carlo Ballet Russe; Balanchine, and the School of American Ballet]

111 “The Dance: The Persistence of Ballet” [Vachtang Chabukiani, Vecheslova, Monte Carlo Ballet Russe; Balanchine, and the School of American Ballet]. Nation 138 (No. 3578, Jan. 31, 1934), 138–140.

Nation On Dance
Articles and Reviews
112 1934 “The Dance: The Music Hall; Revues; the Movies” [Florence Rogge and the Roxyettes, Barr and Coe, Buck and Bubbles, the Ziegfeld Follies and Patricia Bowman, Vilma and Buddy Ebsen, Snake Hips, Bill Robinson, Fred Astaire, Charles Weidman, Busby Berkeley]

112 “The Dance: The Music Hall; Revues; the Movies” [Florence Rogge and the Roxyettes, Barr and Coe, Buck and Bubbles, the Ziegfeld Follies and Patricia Bowman, Vilma and Buddy Ebsen, Snake Hips, Bill Robinson, Fred Astaire, Charles Weidman, Busby Berkeley]. Nation 138 (No. 3584, March 14, 1934), 310–311.

Nation On Dance
Articles and Reviews
113 1934 “Nijinsky” [review of] Nijinsky, by Romola Nijinsky [in anonymous collaboration with Lincoln Kirstein]

113 “Nijinsky” [review of] Nijinsky, by Romola Nijinsky [in anonymous collaboration with Lincoln Kirstein]. Nation 138 (No. 3588, April 11, 1934), 420.

Nation On Dance
Articles and Reviews
114 1934 “Prejudice Purely” [on Martha Graham]

114 “Prejudice Purely” [on Martha Graham]. New Republic 78 (No. 1010, April 11, 1934), 243–244. a. Reprinted, pages 37–41, in Ballet: Bias & Belief (83).

New Republic On Dance
Articles and Reviews
114a 1983 “Prejudice Purely”

114 “Prejudice Purely” [on Martha Graham]. New Republic 78 (No. 1010, April 11, 1934), 243–244. a. Reprinted, pages 37–41, in Ballet: Bias & Belief (83).

[Brooklyn] New York: Dance Horizons On Dance
In Books
115 1934 “Correspondence” [letter on classical ballet and modern dance]

115 “Correspondence” [letter on classical ballet and modern dance]. Dance Observer 1:4 (May 1934), 47–48.

Dance Observer On Dance
Articles and Reviews
116 1934 “In Defense of the Ballet”

116 “In Defense of the Ballet.” Modern Music 11:4 (May/June 1934), 189–194.

Modern Music On Dance
Articles and Reviews
117 1934 “The Dance: ‘Cotillion’ [Balanchine-Chabrier-Bérard]; ‘Union Pacific’ [Massine-Nabokov-MacLeish]”

117 “The Dance: ‘Cotillion’ [Balanchine-Chabrier-Bérard]; ‘Union Pacific’ [Massine-Nabokov-MacLeish]” [Monte Carlo Ballet Russe]. Nation 138 (No. 3592, May 9, 1934), 546.

Nation On Dance
Articles and Reviews
118 1934 “The Dance: ‘Kykunkor’; Native African Opera”

118 “The Dance: ‘Kykunkor’; Native African Opera.” Nation 138 (No. 3597, June 13, 1934), 684.

Nation On Dance
Articles and Reviews
119 1934 “Revolutionary Ballet Forms” [Fokine, Nijinsky, Massine, Bronislava Nijinska, Balanchine, the School of American Ballet]

119 “Revolutionary Ballet Forms” [Fokine, Nijinsky, Massine, Bronislava Nijinska, Balanchine, the School of American Ballet]. New Theatre 1:9 (Oct. 1934), 12–14. Illustrated.

New Theatre On Dance
Articles and Reviews
120 1935 “The Dance: Some American Dancers” [Martha Graham, Mary Wigman, Helen Tamiris, Doris Humphries [sic] and Charles Weidman, Agnes de Mille, Roger Pryor Dodge, and others]

120 “The Dance: Some American Dancers” [Martha Graham, Mary Wigman, Helen Tamiris, Doris Humphries [sic] and Charles Weidman, Agnes de Mille, Roger Pryor Dodge, and others]. Nation 140 (No. 3634, Feb. 27, 1935), 258–259.

Nation On Dance
Articles and Reviews
121 1935 “The Dance as Theatre” [classical ballet opposed to modern dance]

121 “The Dance as Theatre” [classical ballet opposed to modern dance]. New Theatre 2:5 (May 1935), 20–22.

New Theatre On Dance
Articles and Reviews
122 1935 “Is Ballet Alive?”

122 “Is Ballet Alive?” Theatre Arts Monthly 19:8 (Aug. 1935), 639–640.

Theatre Arts Monthly On Dance
Articles and Reviews
123 1935 “The Dance: A Letter” [on John Martin's attitude toward ballet, the School of American Ballet, and the American Ballet company]

123 “The Dance: A Letter” [on John Martin's attitude toward ballet, the School of American Ballet, and the American Ballet company]. New York Times (Aug. 25, 1935), section 10, page 5.

New York Times On Dance
Articles and Reviews
124 1935 “The Ballet Is Classic” [responding to “Make the Dance American,” by Ruth St. Denis]

124 “The Ballet Is Classic” [responding to “Make the Dance American,” by Ruth St. Denis]. Current Controversy 1:2 (Nov. 1935), 17, 39.

Current Controversy On Dance
Articles and Reviews
125 1936 “Scenery for Theatrical Dancing” [Bakst, Benois, Larionov, Goncharova, Picasso and the School of Paris, the Constructivists, Miró, Tchelitchew, Noguchi, Calder, and others]

125 “Scenery for Theatrical Dancing” [Bakst, Benois, Larionov, Goncharova, Picasso and the School of Paris, the Constructivists, Miró, Tchelitchew, Noguchi, Calder, and others]. Art Front 2:2 (Jan. 1936), 12–13. Illustrated.

Art Front On Dance
Articles and Reviews
126 1936 “Progress of M. Balanchine in Choreographic Field Cited by Kirstein” [letter]

126 “Progress of M. Balanchine in Choreographic Field Cited by Kirstein” [letter]. New York Evening Journal, Final Night Extra edition (Feb. 28, 1936), 24.

New York Evening Journal On Dance
Articles and Reviews
127 1936 “Away from the Home of the Ballet” [review of] Russian Somersault, by Igor Schwezoff

127 “Away from the Home of the Ballet” [review of] Russian Somersault, by Igor Schwezoff. New York Herald Tribune Books (March 8, 1936), 6. Illustrated.

New York Herald Tribune Books On Dance
Articles and Reviews
128 1936 “A Museum of Ballet” [Monte Carlo Ballet Russe]

128 “A Museum of Ballet” [Monte Carlo Ballet Russe]. New Theatre 3:6 (June 1936), 20–21, 37. Illustrated.

New Theatre On Dance
Articles and Reviews
129 1936 “Ballet and the Modern Dance Today”

129 “Ballet and the Modern Dance Today.” Dance 1:1 (Oct. 1936), 6, 26. Illustrated.

Dance On Dance
Articles and Reviews
130 1936 “The Stepchild of the Arts” [review of] American Dancing: The Background and Personalities of the Modern Dance, by John Martin

130 “The Stepchild of the Arts” [review of] American Dancing: The Background and Personalities of the Modern Dance, by John Martin. New York Herald Tribune Books (Dec. 13, 1936), 31.

New York Herald Tribune Books On Dance
Articles and Reviews
131 1937 “Crisis in the Dance” [on classical ballet and modern dance]

131 “Crisis in the Dance” [on classical ballet and modern dance]. North American Review 243:1 (Spring 1937), 80–103.

North American Review On Dance
Articles and Reviews
132 1937 “Working with Stravinsky” [Jeu de Cartes (The Card Party: Ballet in Three Deals)]

132 “Working with Stravinsky” [Jeu de Cartes (The Card Party: Ballet in Three Deals)]. Modern Music 14:3 (March/April 1937), 143–146. a. Reprinted, pages 136–140, in Stravinsky in the Theatre, edited by Minna Lederman. New York: Pellegrini & Cudahy, 1949. Illustrated. b. Reprinted, pages 31–35, in Ballet: Bias & Belief (83). c. Reprinted, pages [159]–163, in By With To & From (568).

Modern Music On Dance
Articles and Reviews
132a 1949 “Working with Stravinsky”

132 “Working with Stravinsky” [Jeu de Cartes (The Card Party: Ballet in Three Deals)]. Modern Music 14:3 (March/April 1937), 143–146. a. Reprinted, pages 136–140, in Stravinsky in the Theatre, edited by Minna Lederman. New York: Pellegrini & Cudahy, 1949. Illustrated. b. Reprinted, pages 31–35, in Ballet: Bias & Belief (83). c. Reprinted, pages [159]–163, in By With To & From (568).

New York: Pellegrini & Cudahy On Dance
In Books
132b 1983 “Working with Stravinsky”

132 “Working with Stravinsky” [Jeu de Cartes (The Card Party: Ballet in Three Deals)]. Modern Music 14:3 (March/April 1937), 143–146. a. Reprinted, pages 136–140, in Stravinsky in the Theatre, edited by Minna Lederman. New York: Pellegrini & Cudahy, 1949. Illustrated. b. Reprinted, pages 31–35, in Ballet: Bias & Belief (83). c. Reprinted, pages [159]–163, in By With To & From (568).

[Brooklyn] New York: Dance Horizons On Dance
In Books
132c 1991 “Working with Stravinsky”

132 “Working with Stravinsky” [Jeu de Cartes (The Card Party: Ballet in Three Deals)]. Modern Music 14:3 (March/April 1937), 143–146. a. Reprinted, pages 136–140, in Stravinsky in the Theatre, edited by Minna Lederman. New York: Pellegrini & Cudahy, 1949. Illustrated. b. Reprinted, pages 31–35, in Ballet: Bias & Belief (83). c. Reprinted, pages [159]–163, in By With To & From (568).

New York: Farrar, Straus & Giroux On Dance
In Books
133 1937 “Homage to Stravinsky”

133 “Homage to Stravinsky.” Arts and Decoration 46:3 (May 1937), 14–15, 46. Illustrated.

Arts and Decoration On Dance
Articles and Reviews
134 1937 “An American Institution Is Founded” [School of American Ballet]

134 “An American Institution Is Founded” [School of American Ballet]. Dance 2:3; 2:4 (June; July 1937), 15–16, 37; 12–13. a. Reprinted, pages 27–33, in School of American Ballet [prospectus, 1937?].

Dance On Dance
Articles and Reviews
134a 1937 “An American Institution Is Founded”

134 “An American Institution Is Founded” [School of American Ballet]. Dance 2:3; 2:4 (June; July 1937), 15–16, 37; 12–13. a. Reprinted, pages 27–33, in School of American Ballet [prospectus, 1937?].

New York: School of American Ballet On Dance
Articles and Reviews
135 1937 “Ballet: Introduction and Credo”

135 “Ballet: Introduction and Credo.” Dance Observer 4:8 (Oct. 1937), 94.

Dance Observer On Dance
Articles and Reviews
136 1937 “The Ballet: Sad but Hopeful” [Massine, Catherine Littlefield, the Jooss Ballet]

136 “The Ballet: Sad but Hopeful” [Massine, Catherine Littlefield, the Jooss Ballet]. Dance Observer 4:9 (Nov. 1937), 113.

Dance Observer On Dance
Articles and Reviews
137 1937 “Dance: The Monte Carlo Season” [Original Ballet Russe]

137 “Dance: The Monte Carlo Season” [Original Ballet Russe]. Nation 145:20 (Nov. 13, 1937), 541–542.

Nation On Dance
Articles and Reviews
138 1937 “The Ballet: Tyranny and Blackmail” [on dance criticism]

138 “The Ballet: Tyranny and Blackmail” [on dance criticism]. Dance Observer 4:10 (Dec. 1937), 129.

Dance Observer On Dance
Articles and Reviews
139 1937 “To Dance” [exhibitions and performances at Rockefeller Center, “Dance International 1900–1937”]

139 “To Dance” [exhibitions and performances at Rockefeller Center, “Dance International 1900–1937”]. Town & Country 92 (No. 4183, Dec. 1937), 128, 178.

Town & Country On Dance
Articles and Reviews
140 1938 “Dance International 1900–1937” [exhibitions and performances at Rockefeller Center]

140 “Dance International 1900–1937” [exhibitions and performances at Rockefeller Center]. Dance Observer 5:1 (Jan. 1938), 6–7.

Dance Observer On Dance
Articles and Reviews
141 1938 “Dance through the Ages” [review of] World History of the Dance, by Curt Sachs, translated by Bessie Schoenberg

141 “Dance through the Ages” [review of] World History of the Dance, by Curt Sachs, translated by Bessie Schoenberg. Nation 146:3 (Jan. 15, 1938), 74, 76.

Nation On Dance
Articles and Reviews
142 1938 “Dance: The Critic's Lexicon” [John Martin]

142 “Dance: The Critic's Lexicon” [John Martin]. Nation 146:6 (Feb. 5, 1938), 164–166.

Nation On Dance
Articles and Reviews
143 1938 “Popular Style in American Dancing” [Fred Astaire, Hal LeRoy, Eleanor Powell, Ginger Rogers, Paul Draper, Vernon Castle, Buddy Ebsen, Buster West, Ray Bolger, and others]

143 “Popular Style in American Dancing” [Fred Astaire, Hal LeRoy, Eleanor Powell, Ginger Rogers, Paul Draper, Vernon Castle, Buddy Ebsen, Buster West, Ray Bolger, and others]. Nation 146:16 (April 16, 1938), 450–451.

Nation On Dance
Articles and Reviews
144 1938 “Dance Documentary” [review of] Complete Book of Ballets, by Cyril W. Beaumont

144 “Dance Documentary” [review of] Complete Book of Ballets, by Cyril W. Beaumont. Nation 146:22 (May 28, 1938), 622–623.

Nation On Dance
Articles and Reviews
145 1938 “Stardom: Slav and Native”

145 “Stardom: Slav and Native.” Dance 4:3 (June 1938), 14–15. Illustrated. a. Reprinted, pages 43–46, in Ballet: Bias & Belief (83).

Dance On Dance
Articles and Reviews
145a 1983 “Stardom: Slav and Native”

145 “Stardom: Slav and Native.” Dance 4:3 (June 1938), 14–15. Illustrated. a. Reprinted, pages 43–46, in Ballet: Bias & Belief (83).

[Brooklyn] New York: Dance Horizons On Dance
In Books
146 1938 “Our Ballet and Our Audience: The Ballet Caravan Tours to Havana”

146 “Our Ballet and Our Audience: The Ballet Caravan Tours to Havana.” American Dancer 11:9 (July 1938), 22–23. Illustrated. a. Reprinted, pages 53–57, in Ballet: Bias & Belief (83).

American Dancer On Dance
Articles and Reviews
146a 1983 “Our Ballet and Our Audience: The Ballet Caravan Tours to Havana”

146 “Our Ballet and Our Audience: The Ballet Caravan Tours to Havana.” American Dancer 11:9 (July 1938), 22–23. Illustrated. a. Reprinted, pages 53–57, in Ballet: Bias & Belief (83).

[Brooklyn] New York: Dance Horizons On Dance
In Books
147 1938 “Martha Graham at Bennington”

147 “Martha Graham at Bennington.” Nation 147:10 (Sept. 3, 1938), 230–231. a. Reprinted, pages 69–71, in Ballet: Bias & Belief (83).

Nation On Dance
Articles and Reviews
147a 1983 “Martha Graham at Bennington”

147 “Martha Graham at Bennington.” Nation 147:10 (Sept. 3, 1938), 230–231. a. Reprinted, pages 69–71, in Ballet: Bias & Belief (83).

[Brooklyn] New York: Dance Horizons On Dance
In Books
148 1938 “About ‘Billy the Kid’” [Loring-Copland]

148 “About ‘Billy the Kid’” [Loring-Copland]. Dance Observer 5:8 (Oct. 1938), 116.

Dance Observer On Dance
Articles and Reviews
149 1938 “Ballet 'Round the World” [review of] Dancing Around the World, by Arnold L. Haskell

149 “Ballet 'Round the World” [review of] Dancing Around the World, by Arnold L. Haskell. Boston Evening Transcript (Nov. 5, 1938), section 4, page 2.

Boston Evening Transcript On Dance
Articles and Reviews
150 1939 “About Billy the Kid

150 “About Billy the Kid.Dance 5:5, 5:6 (Feb.; March 1939), 14–15; 8, 38. a. Reprinted, pages 59–67, in Ballet: Bias & Belief (83).

Dance On Dance
Articles and Reviews
150a 1983 “About Billy the Kid

150 “About Billy the Kid.Dance 5:5, 5:6 (Feb.; March 1939), 14–15; 8, 38. a. Reprinted, pages 59–67, in Ballet: Bias & Belief (83).

[Brooklyn] New York: Dance Horizons On Dance
In Books
151 1939 “Transcontinental Caravan” Parts 1 and 2 [Ballet Caravan American tour]

151 “Transcontinental Caravan” Parts 1 and 2 [Ballet Caravan American tour]. Dance 5:5; 5:6 (Feb., March 1939), 14–15; 8, 38. Illustrated.

Dance On Dance
Articles and Reviews
152 1939 “About Dancers” [review of] Artists of the Dance, by Lillian Moore

152 “About Dancers” [review of] Artists of the Dance, by Lillian Moore. Kenyon Review 1:2 (Spring 1939), 222–223.

Kenyon Review On Dance
Articles and Reviews
153 1939 “The Dance of Forever” [on the future of classic dance]

153 “The Dance of Forever” [on the future of classic dance]. Dance 6:1 (April 1939), 11.

Dance On Dance
Articles and Reviews
154 1939 “Good Dance Book” [review of] Dances of Our Pioneers, by Grace L. Ryan

154 “Good Dance Book” [review of] Dances of Our Pioneers, by Grace L. Ryan. Boston Evening Transcript (July 15, 1939), section 4, page 1.

Boston Evening Transcript On Dance
Articles and Reviews
155 1939 “American Saturday Night” [the square dance]

155 “American Saturday Night” [the square dance]. Harper's Bazaar 73:9 (Aug. 1939), 64–65, 108. Illustrated.

Harper's Bazaar On Dance
Articles and Reviews
156 1939 “Pas de Deux in 2 x 4” [televising dance: a Ballet Caravan pas de deux with Lew Christensen and Gisella Caccialanza; Martha Graham's Lamentation]

156 “Pas de Deux in 2 x 4” [televising dance: a Ballet Caravan pas de deux with Lew Christensen and Gisella Caccialanza; Martha Graham's Lamentation]. TAC Magazine 2:1 (Sept. 1939), 15.

TAC Magazine On Dance
Articles and Reviews
157 1939 “Audience”

157 “Audience.” Dance Observer 6:9 (Nov. 1939), 282–283.

Dance Observer On Dance
Articles and Reviews
158 1939 “In Memoriam: Serge de Diaghileff”

158 “In Memoriam: Serge de Diaghileff.” Dance 6:6 (Nov. 1939), 8. Illustrated.

Dance On Dance
Articles and Reviews
159 1939 “Album of Dancers” [review of] The Book of the Ballets, edited by Gerald Goode

159 “Album of Dancers” [review of] The Book of the Ballets, edited by Gerald Goode. Boston Evening Transcript (Nov. 18, 1939), section 4, page 1.

Boston Evening Transcript On Dance
Articles and Reviews
160 1940 “Decor and Costume: Boston Balletomanes Can Turn to Book as Some Consolation for a Poor Season” [review of] Five Centuries of Ballet Design, by Cyril W. Beaumont

160 “Decor and Costume: Boston Balletomanes Can Turn to Book as Some Consolation for a Poor Season” [review of] Five Centuries of Ballet Design, by Cyril W. Beaumont. Boston Evening Transcript (Jan. 20, 1940), section 6, page 1.

Boston Evening Transcript On Dance
Articles and Reviews
161 1940 “Kirstein Blasts Open Shop” [letter on labor relations]

161 “Kirstein Blasts Open Shop” [letter on labor relations]. Dance 7:4 (May 1940), 8.

Dance On Dance
Articles and Reviews
162 1940 “To the Editors” [letter on labor relations]

162 “To the Editors” [letter on labor relations]. Dance Observer 7:5 (May 1940), 74.

Dance Observer On Dance
Articles and Reviews
163 1940 “Eccentric Dancing” [Buddy Ebsen, the Marx Brothers, Charlie Chaplin, Ray Bolger, Nijinsky, Massine, and others]

163 “Eccentric Dancing” [Buddy Ebsen, the Marx Brothers, Charlie Chaplin, Ray Bolger, Nijinsky, Massine, and others]. Theatre Arts 24:6 (June 1940), 443–449. Illustrated.

Theatre Arts On Dance
Articles and Reviews
164 1940 “Ballet: Record and Augury” [Monte Carlo Ballet Russe, Ballet Russe de Monte Carlo, Original Ballet Russe, American Ballet, Ballet Caravan, Ballet Theatre]

164 “Ballet: Record and Augury” [Monte Carlo Ballet Russe, Ballet Russe de Monte Carlo, Original Ballet Russe, American Ballet, Ballet Caravan, Ballet Theatre]. Theatre Arts 24:9 (Sept. 1940), 650–659. Illustrated.

Theatre Arts On Dance
Articles and Reviews
165 1940 “The Indians Dance” [ritual dances of the American Southwest]

165 “The Indians Dance” [ritual dances of the American Southwest]. Harper's Bazaar 74:10 (Sept. 1, 1940), 68–69, 98, 100–101. Illustrated.

Harper's Bazaar On Dance
Articles and Reviews
166 1940 “Ballet Blitz: This Season Promises a Three-for-all” [Ballet Russe de Monte Carlo, Original Ballet Russe, Ballet Theatre]

166 “Ballet Blitz: This Season Promises a Three-for-all” [Ballet Russe de Monte Carlo, Original Ballet Russe, Ballet Theatre]. Town & Country 95 (No. 4217, Oct. 1940), 64–65, 102, 106. Illustrated.

Town & Country On Dance
Articles and Reviews
167 1940 “Dance in Review: Ballet Russe de Monte Carlo”

167 “Dance in Review: Ballet Russe de Monte Carlo.” Dance 8:4 (Nov. 1940), 5, 18.

Dance On Dance
Articles and Reviews
168 1940 “Drawings of Dancers”

168 “Drawings of Dancers.” Theatre Arts 24:11 (Nov. 1940), 809–814. Illustrated.

Theatre Arts On Dance
Articles and Reviews
169 1940 “Lifar on Diaghilev” [review of] Serge Diaghilev: His Life, His Work, His Legend, by Serge Lifar

169 “Lifar on Diaghilev” [review of] Serge Diaghilev: His Life, His Work, His Legend, by Serge Lifar. Nation 151:20 (Nov. 16, 1940), 481–483.

Nation On Dance
Articles and Reviews
170 1940 “Dear Editor” [letter on the Original Ballet Russe Paganini (Fokine-Rachmaninov)]

170 “Dear Editor” [letter on the Original Ballet Russe Paganini (Fokine-Rachmaninov)]. PM's Weekly 1:24 (Dec. 1, 1940), 47.

PM's Weekly On Dance
Articles and Reviews
171 1941 “Foreword” to “The Dance Archives”

171 “Foreword” to “The Dance Archives.” Museum of Modern Art Bulletin 8:3 (Feb./March 1941), 2.

Museum of Modern Art Bulletin On Dance
Articles and Reviews
172 1941 “This Month in the Dance: Russian Ballet; Direction by Default” [Ballet Russe de Monte Carlo, Original Ballet Russe]

172 “This Month in the Dance: Russian Ballet; Direction by Default” [Ballet Russe de Monte Carlo, Original Ballet Russe]. Decision 1:3 (March 1941), 81–83.

Decision On Dance
Articles and Reviews
173 1941 “This Month in the Dance: Home Team; The Ballet Theatre”

173 “This Month in the Dance: Home Team; The Ballet Theatre.” Decision 1:4 (April 1941), 77–79.

Decision On Dance
Articles and Reviews
174 1941 “The American Ballet in Brazil: Part I of a Travel Diary”

174 “The American Ballet in Brazil: Part I of a Travel Diary.” American Dancer 14:11 (Sept. 1941), 8–9, 19, 23. Illustrated. a. Reprinted, pages 77–95, in Ballet: Bias & Belief (83).

American Dancer On Dance
Articles and Reviews
174a 1983 “The American Ballet in Brazil: Part I of a Travel Diary”

174 “The American Ballet in Brazil: Part I of a Travel Diary.” American Dancer 14:11 (Sept. 1941), 8–9, 19, 23. Illustrated. a. Reprinted, pages 77–95, in Ballet: Bias & Belief (83).

[Brooklyn] New York: Dance Horizons On Dance
In Books
175 1941 “The American Ballet in Argentina: Part II of a Travel Diary”

175 “The American Ballet in Argentina: Part II of a Travel Diary.” American Dancer 14:12 (Oct. 1941), 12–13, 25, 29. Illustrated. a. Reprinted, pages 77–95, in Ballet: Bias & Belief (83).

American Dancer On Dance
Articles and Reviews
175a 1983 “The American Ballet in Argentina: Part II of a Travel Diary”

175 “The American Ballet in Argentina: Part II of a Travel Diary.” American Dancer 14:12 (Oct. 1941), 12–13, 25, 29. Illustrated. a. Reprinted, pages 77–95, in Ballet: Bias & Belief (83).

[Brooklyn] New York: Dance Horizons On Dance
In Books
176 1941 “The American Ballet in Chile: Part III of a Travel Diary”

176 “The American Ballet in Chile: Part III of a Travel Diary.” American Dancer 15:1 (Nov. 1941), 10–11, 31. Illustrated. a. Reprinted, pages 77–95, in Ballet: Bias & Belief (83).

American Dancer On Dance
Articles and Reviews
176a 1983 “The American Ballet in Chile: Part III of a Travel Diary”

176 “The American Ballet in Chile: Part III of a Travel Diary.” American Dancer 15:1 (Nov. 1941), 10–11, 31. Illustrated. a. Reprinted, pages 77–95, in Ballet: Bias & Belief (83).

[Brooklyn] New York: Dance Horizons On Dance
In Books
177 1941 “Isadora Duncan”

177 “Isadora Duncan.” Museum of Modern Art Bulletin 9:2 (Nov. 1941), 10–11. Illustrated.

Museum of Modern Art Bulletin On Dance
Articles and Reviews
178 1941 “The American Ballet on the West Coast [Peru, Colombia, Venezuela]: Part IV of a Travel Diary”

178 “The American Ballet on the West Coast [Peru, Colombia, Venezuela]: Part IV of a Travel Diary.” American Dancer 15:2 (Dec. 1941), 16–17, 30. Illustrated. a. Reprinted, pages 77–95, in Ballet: Bias & Belief (83).

American Dancer On Dance
Articles and Reviews
178a 1983 “The American Ballet on the West Coast [Peru, Colombia, Venezuela]: Part IV of a Travel Diary”

178 “The American Ballet on the West Coast [Peru, Colombia, Venezuela]: Part IV of a Travel Diary.” American Dancer 15:2 (Dec. 1941), 16–17, 30. Illustrated. a. Reprinted, pages 77–95, in Ballet: Bias & Belief (83).

[Brooklyn] New York: Dance Horizons On Dance
In Books
179 1942 “Latin American Music for Ballet” [Paul Bowles, Francisco Mignone, Camargo Guarnieri, Alberto Ginastera, Domingo Santa Cruz, and others]

179 “Latin American Music for Ballet” [Paul Bowles, Francisco Mignone, Camargo Guarnieri, Alberto Ginastera, Domingo Santa Cruz, and others]. Theatre Arts 26:5 (May 1942), 329–335. Illustrated.

Theatre Arts On Dance
Articles and Reviews
180 1943 “Comment” [introduction to the issue An Album of Nijinsky Photographs with text by Edwin Denby]

180 “Comment” [introduction to the issue An Album of Nijinsky Photographs with text by Edwin Denby]. Dance Index 2:3 (March 1943), 23.

Dance Index On Dance
Articles and Reviews
181 1943 “Comment” [introduction to the issue The Romantic Ballet in London with text by George Chaffee]

181 “Comment” [introduction to the issue The Romantic Ballet in London with text by George Chaffee]. Dance Index 2:9/2:12 (Sept./Dec. 1943), 119.

Dance Index On Dance
Articles and Reviews
182 1944 “Comment” [introduction to the issue Anna Pavlova: Notes by Marianne Moore]

182 “Comment” [introduction to the issue Anna Pavlova: Notes by Marianne Moore]. Dance Index 3:3 (March 1944), 35.

Dance Index On Dance
Articles and Reviews
183 1945 “Comment” [introduction to the issue George Balanchine with texts by Balanchine, Agnes de Mille, Edwin Denby]

183 “Comment” [introduction to the issue George Balanchine with texts by Balanchine, Agnes de Mille, Edwin Denby]. Dance Index 4:2/4:3 (Feb./March 1945), 19.

Dance Index On Dance
Articles and Reviews
184 1946 “Comment” [introduction to the issue The Criticism of Edwin Denby. Photographs by Walker Evans]

184 “Comment” [introduction to the issue The Criticism of Edwin Denby. Photographs by Walker Evans]. Dance Index 5:2 (Feb. 1946), 27.

Dance Index On Dance
Articles and Reviews
185 1946 “Comment” [introduction to the issue Isadora in Art with text by Allan Ross Macdougall]

185 “Comment” [introduction to the issue Isadora in Art with text by Allan Ross Macdougall]. Dance Index 5:3 (March 1946), 59–60.

Dance Index On Dance
Articles and Reviews
186 1946 “Comment” [introduction to the issue Dance Notation, by Juana de Laban]

186 “Comment” [introduction to the issue Dance Notation, by Juana de Laban]. Dance Index 5:4/5:5 (April/May 1946), 87.

Dance Index On Dance
Articles and Reviews
187 1946 “Kyra Blanc: In Memoriam”

187 “Kyra Blanc: In Memoriam.” Dance News 8:5 (May 1946), 4.

Dance News On Dance
Articles and Reviews
188 1946 “Comment” [introduction to the issue Clowns, Elephants and Ballerinas arranged and with comments by Joseph Cornell]

188 “Comment” [introduction to the issue Clowns, Elephants and Ballerinas arranged and with comments by Joseph Cornell]. Dance Index 5:6 (June 1946), 135.

Dance Index On Dance
Articles and Reviews
189 1947 “Comment” [introduction to the issue Marius Petipa with text by Yury Slonimsky]

189 “Comment” [introduction to the issue Marius Petipa with text by Yury Slonimsky]. Dance Index 6:5/6:6 (May/June 1947), 99.

Dance Index On Dance
Articles and Reviews
190 1947 “Balanchine Musagète” [Apollon Musagète and other collaborations with Stravinsky]

190 “Balanchine Musagète” [Apollon Musagète and other collaborations with Stravinsky]. Theatre Arts 31:11 (Nov. 1947), 36–41. Illustrated. a. Reprinted (without illustrations), pages 202–209, in Theatre Arts Anthology, edited by Rosamond Gilder and others. New York: Theatre Arts Books, 1950.

Theatre Arts On Dance
Articles and Reviews
190a 1950 “Balanchine Musagète”

190 “Balanchine Musagète” [Apollon Musagète and other collaborations with Stravinsky]. Theatre Arts 31:11 (Nov. 1947), 36–41. Illustrated. a. Reprinted (without illustrations), pages 202–209, in Theatre Arts Anthology, edited by Rosamond Gilder and others. New York: Theatre Arts Books, 1950.

New York: Theatre Arts Books On Dance
In Books
191 1947 “Balanchine and the Classic Revival”

191 “Balanchine and the Classic Revival.” Theatre Arts 31:12 (Dec. 1947), 37–43. Illustrated.

Theatre Arts On Dance
Articles and Reviews
192 1949 “The Legacy of Diaghilew”

192 “The Legacy of Diaghilew.” Dance News 15:2 (Aug. 1949), 5, 6. Illustrated.

Dance News On Dance
Articles and Reviews
193 1950 “Balanchine and American Ballet: With American Paintings of the Symbolic Realist School”

193 “Balanchine and American Ballet: With American Paintings of the Symbolic Realist School.” Parts I and II. Ballet 9:5; 9:6 (May; June 1950), 24–33; 15–22. Illustrated.

Ballet On Dance
Articles and Reviews
194 1950 “The Dance: Repertory; Ballet Director Suggests Some Formula Might Help in Creating Ballets”

194 “The Dance: Repertory; Ballet Director Suggests Some Formula Might Help in Creating Ballets.” New York Times (July 9, 1950), section 2, page 2.

New York Times On Dance
Articles and Reviews
195 1952 “Martin of The Times” [John Martin]

195 “Martin of The Times” [John Martin]. Dance News 20:4 (April 1952), 8.

Dance News On Dance
Articles and Reviews
196 1954 “Repertory: The Face of the Company” [New York City Ballet]

196 “Repertory: The Face of the Company” [New York City Ballet]. Center 1:4 (June/July 1954), 20–23. Illustrated.

Center On Dance
Articles and Reviews
197 1954 “The Monument of Diaghilev”

197 “The Monument of Diaghilev.” Dance News 25:1 (Sept. 1954), 7. Illustrated.

Dance News On Dance
Articles and Reviews
198 1955 “The Position of Balanchine: A New Design for Ballet”

198 “The Position of Balanchine: A New Design for Ballet.” Perspectives USA 12 (Summer 1955), 77–82. Illustrated. a. Reprinted (without illustrations), pages 211–215, in Salmagundi 33/34 (Spring/Summer 1976).

Perspectives USA On Dance
Articles and Reviews
198a 1976 “The Position of Balanchine: A New Design for Ballet”

198 “The Position of Balanchine: A New Design for Ballet.” Perspectives USA 12 (Summer 1955), 77–82. Illustrated. a. Reprinted (without illustrations), pages 211–215, in Salmagundi 33/34 (Spring/Summer 1976).

Salmagundi On Dance
Articles and Reviews
199 1956 “Arthur Bronson”

199 “Arthur Bronson.” Dance News 28:5 (May 1956), 9.

Dance News On Dance
Articles and Reviews
200 1958 “To Do Again” [summary of the work with Balanchine since 1933]

200 “To Do Again” [summary of the work with Balanchine since 1933]. Theatre Arts 42:9 (Sept. 1958), 68–70. llustrated.

Theatre Arts On Dance
Articles and Reviews
201 1959 “The Nature of American Ballet: Balanchine, Robbins and the Creation of a Style”

201 “The Nature of American Ballet: Balanchine, Robbins and the Creation of a Style.” Times Literary Supplement Special Number, “The American Imagination” (Nov. 6, 1959), xxv. Illustrated. a. Reprinted, pages 97–103, in The American Imagination: A Critical Survey of the Arts from the Times Literary Supplement. London: Cassell, 1960. Also issued by Atheneum, New York, 1960.

Times Literary Supplement On Dance
Articles and Reviews
201a1 1960 “The Nature of American Ballet: Balanchine, Robbins and the Creation of a Style”

201 “The Nature of American Ballet: Balanchine, Robbins and the Creation of a Style.” Times Literary Supplement Special Number, “The American Imagination” (Nov. 6, 1959), xxv. Illustrated. a. Reprinted, pages 97–103, in The American Imagination: A Critical Survey of the Arts from the Times Literary Supplement. London: Cassell, 1960. Also issued by Atheneum, New York, 1960.

London: Cassell On Dance
In Books
201a2 1960 “The Nature of American Ballet: Balanchine, Robbins and the Creation of a Style”

201 “The Nature of American Ballet: Balanchine, Robbins and the Creation of a Style.” Times Literary Supplement Special Number, “The American Imagination” (Nov. 6, 1959), xxv. Illustrated. a. Reprinted, pages 97–103, in The American Imagination: A Critical Survey of the Arts from the Times Literary Supplement. London: Cassell, 1960. Also issued by Atheneum, New York, 1960.

New York: Atheneum On Dance
In Books
202 1962 “Ballet Has Own Logic: Music, Anatomy, Geometry Are Skillfully Combined”

202 “Ballet Has Own Logic: Music, Anatomy, Geometry Are Skillfully Combined.” Spokane [Washington] Spokesman Review (July 15, 1962), Family Section part 2, page 12.

Spokane [Washington] Spokesman Review On Dance
Articles and Reviews
203 1962 “In Appreciation: John Martin”

203 “In Appreciation: John Martin.” Dance News 41:1 (Sept. 1962), 3. Illustrated.

Dance News On Dance
Articles and Reviews
204 1963 “Astonishing Reply” [letter on Nijinsky, Cocteau, Diaghilev]

204 “Astonishing Reply” [letter on Nijinsky, Cocteau, Diaghilev]. Nation 196:7 (Feb. 16, 1963), facing 129.

Nation On Dance
Articles and Reviews
205 1964 “The Map of Movement” [review of] The Choreographic Art: An Outline of Its Principles and Craft, by Peggy Van Praagh and Peter Brinson

205 “The Map of Movement” [review of] The Choreographic Art: An Outline of Its Principles and Craft, by Peggy Van Praagh and Peter Brinson. Times Literary Supplement 63 (No. 3229, Jan. 16, 1964), 37–38.

Times Literary Supplement On Dance
Articles and Reviews
206 1970 “Kirstein Argues about Petrouchka” [letter on Clive Barnes’ review of the Joffrey Ballet revival of the Fokine-Stravinsky-Benois production]

206 “Kirstein Argues about Petrouchka” [letter on Clive Barnes’ review of the Joffrey Ballet revival of the Fokine-Stravinsky-Benois production]. New York Times (May 31, 1970), section 2, page 15.

New York Times On Dance
Articles and Reviews
207 1972 “Balanchine's Fourth Dimension: His eyes and Mind Transform Sound into Sight”

207 “Balanchine's Fourth Dimension: His eyes and Mind Transform Sound into Sight.” Vogue 160:10 (Dec. 1972), 118–129, 203, 205–206. Illustrated. a. Reprinted, pages 11–19, in Ballet: Bias & Belief (83).

Vogue On Dance
Articles and Reviews
207a 1983 “Balanchine's Fourth Dimension: His eyes and Mind Transform Sound into Sight”

207 “Balanchine's Fourth Dimension: His eyes and Mind Transform Sound into Sight.” Vogue 160:10 (Dec. 1972), 118–129, 203, 205–206. Illustrated. a. Reprinted, pages 11–19, in Ballet: Bias & Belief (83).

[Brooklyn] New York: Dance Horizons On Dance
In Books
208 1972 “Balanchine Trio” [Prodigal Son, The Four Temperaments, Agon]

208 “Balanchine Trio” [Prodigal Son, The Four Temperaments, Agon]. About the House 4:1 (Christmas 1972), 12–15. Illustrated. a. Reprinted (with variant illustrations), pages 186–187, in Dancing Times 63 (No. 748, Jan. 1973).

About the House On Dance
Program and Other Notes
208a 1972 “Balanchine Trio” [Prodigal Son, The Four Temperaments, Agon]

208 “Balanchine Trio” [Prodigal Son, The Four Temperaments, Agon]. About the House 4:1 (Christmas 1972), 12–15. Illustrated. a. Reprinted (with variant illustrations), pages 186–187, in Dancing Times 63 (No. 748, Jan. 1973).

Dancing Times On Dance
Articles and Reviews
209 1973 “Melissa Hayden: A Tribute”

209 “Melissa Hayden: A Tribute.” Dance Magazine 48:8 (Aug. 1973), 32–34. Illustrated.

Dance Magazine On Dance
Articles and Reviews
210 1974 “The Increased Popularity of Ballet in America”

210 “The Increased Popularity of Ballet in America.” Schwann-1 Record & Tape Guide 26:5 (May 1974), 24–27. Illustrated. a. Reprinted (with variant illustrations), pages 10, 15, 17, 19, in Playbill, New York State Theater Edition 9 (Nov. 12–Dec. 1, 1974). New York: American Theatre Press, 1974. b. Reprinted (without illustrations, titled “Modern Ballet: A Moral Ordering”), pages 26–28, in About the House 4:12 (Summer 1976).

Schwann-1 Record & Tape Guide On Dance
Articles and Reviews
210a 1974 “The Increased Popularity of Ballet in America”

210 “The Increased Popularity of Ballet in America.” Schwann-1 Record & Tape Guide 26:5 (May 1974), 24–27. Illustrated. a. Reprinted (with variant illustrations), pages 10, 15, 17, 19, in Playbill, New York State Theater Edition 9 (Nov. 12–Dec. 1, 1974). New York: American Theatre Press, 1974. b. Reprinted (without illustrations, titled “Modern Ballet: A Moral Ordering”), pages 26–28, in About the House 4:12 (Summer 1976).

New York: American Theatre Press On Dance
Program and Other Notes
210b 1976 “Modern Ballet: A Moral Ordering”

210 “The Increased Popularity of Ballet in America.” Schwann-1 Record & Tape Guide 26:5 (May 1974), 24–27. Illustrated. a. Reprinted (with variant illustrations), pages 10, 15, 17, 19, in Playbill, New York State Theater Edition 9 (Nov. 12–Dec. 1, 1974). New York: American Theatre Press, 1974. b. Reprinted (without illustrations, titled “Modern Ballet: A Moral Ordering”), pages 26–28, in About the House 4:12 (Summer 1976).

About the House On Dance
Program and Other Notes
211 1975 “Léo Delibes and the Inscape of Coppélia

211 “Léo Delibes and the Inscape of Coppélia.Dance and Dancers 26:3 (March 1975), 28–29, 38. Illustrated.

Dance and Dancers On Dance
Articles and Reviews
212 1977 “Mind and Body” [review of] Afterimages, by Arlene Croce

212 “Mind and Body” [review of] Afterimages, by Arlene Croce. New York Review of Books 24:19 (Nov. 24, 1977), 42–44.

New York Review of Books On Dance
Articles and Reviews
213 1978 “The Ballet and the Public: Notes from a Diary”

213 “The Ballet and the Public: Notes from a Diary.” New York Review of Books 25:18 (Nov. 23, 1978), 18–21.

New York Review of Books On Dance
Articles and Reviews
214 1979 “The Instigator” [review of] Diaghilev, by Richard Buckle

214 “The Instigator” [review of] Diaghilev, by Richard Buckle. New York Review of Books 26:17 (Nov. 8, 1979), 3–4, 6.

New York Review of Books On Dance
Articles and Reviews
215 1980 “Great Dane” [review of] My Theatre Life, by August Bournonville, and The King's Ballet Master, by Walter Terry

215 “Great Dane” [review of] My Theatre Life, by August Bournonville, and The King's Ballet Master, by Walter Terry. New York Review of Books 27:4 (March 20, 1980), 18–20.

New York Review of Books On Dance
Articles and Reviews
216 1980 “Arnold Lionel Haskell: 1903–1980”

216 “Arnold Lionel Haskell: 1903–1980.” Ballet Review 8:4 (Winter 1980), 440–441.

Ballet Review On Dance
Articles and Reviews
217 1983 “Maker and Teacher” [on George Balanchine]

217 “Maker and Teacher” [on George Balanchine]. New York Review of Books 30:4 (March 17, 1983), 7–8.

New York Review of Books On Dance
Articles and Reviews
218 1983 “On Edwin Denby”

218 “On Edwin Denby.” New York Review of Books 30:14 (Sept. 29, 1983), 3–4. a. Reprinted, pages 183–186, in The Complete Poems, by Edwin Denby. New York: Random House, 1986.

New York Review of Books On Dance
Articles and Reviews
218a 1986 “On Edwin Denby”

218 “On Edwin Denby.” New York Review of Books 30:14 (Sept. 29, 1983), 3–4. a. Reprinted, pages 183–186, in The Complete Poems, by Edwin Denby. New York: Random House, 1986.

New York: Random House On Dance
In Books
219 1984 “Portrait of Mr. B. [on George Balanchine]”

219 “Portrait of Mr. B. [on George Balanchine],” About the House 7:1 (Christmas 1984), 32–35.

About the House On Dance
Program and Other Notes
220 1984 “Beliefs of a Master” [on George Balanchine]

220 “Beliefs of a Master” [on George Balanchine]. New York Review of Books 31:4 (March 15, 1984), 17–23.

New York Review of Books On Dance
Articles and Reviews
221 1985 “American Apollo” [on Lew Christensen]

221 “American Apollo” [on Lew Christensen]. Ballet News 6:1 (Jan. 1985), 11–13.

Ballet News On Dance
Articles and Reviews
222 1986 “The Curse of Isadora” [on Isadora Duncan and modern dance]

222 “The Curse of Isadora” [on Isadora Duncan and modern dance]. New York Times (Nov. 23, 1986), section II, pages 1, 28.

New York Times On Dance
Articles and Reviews
223 1987 “The Monstrous Itch” [review of] Private Domain, by Paul Taylor

223 “The Monstrous Itch” [review of] Private Domain, by Paul Taylor. New York Review of Books 34:10 (June 11, 1987), 30–32.

New York Review of Books On Dance
Articles and Reviews
224 1988 “For John Martin: A Tribute”

224 “For John Martin: A Tribute.” Ballet Review 16:1 (Spring 1988), 44.

Ballet Review On Dance
Articles and Reviews
225 1991 “Balanchine as Teacher”

225 “Balanchine as Teacher,” Ballet Review 19:4 (Winter 1991), 61.

Ballet Review On Dance
Articles and Reviews
226 1991 “Twenty-Five Years”

226 “Twenty-Five Years,” Ballet Review 19:4 (Winter 1991), 25.

Ballet Review On Dance
Articles and Reviews
227 1991 “Robert Irving, A Tribute”

227 “Robert Irving, A Tribute,” Dancing Times 82:974 (Nov. 1991), 142.

Dancing Times On Dance
Articles and Reviews
228 1992 “The Contribution, Moral and Physical, of Balanchine Instruction and Repertory”

228 “The Contribution, Moral and Physical, of Balanchine Instruction and Repertory,” Ballet Review 19:4 (Winter 1992), 61–62.

Ballet Review On Dance
Articles and Reviews
229 1993 “W. McNeil Lowry (1913–1993)”

229 “W. McNeil Lowry (1913–1993),” Ballet Review 21:3 (Fall 1993), 33–36.

Ballet Review On Dance
Articles and Reviews
230 1996 “Three Early Letters to Jean Cocteau, 1929”

230 “Three Early Letters to Jean Cocteau, 1929,” Ballet Review 24:1 (Spring 1996), 19.

Ballet Review On Dance
Articles and Reviews
231 1996 “Three Early Letters to A. Everett Austin, 1933”

231 “Three Early Letters to A. Everett Austin, 1933,” Ballet Review 24:1 (Spring 1996), 20–23.

Ballet Review On Dance
Articles and Reviews
232 1996 “Three Early Letters to Muriel Draper, 1935”

232 “Three Early Letters to Muriel Draper, 1935,” Ballet Review 24:1 (Spring 1996), 23–26.

Ballet Review On Dance
Articles and Reviews
233 1996 “Balanchine ‘Orpheus and Eurydice,’ 1936”

233 “Balanchine ‘Orpheus and Eurydice,’ 1936,” Ballet Review 24:1 (Spring 1996), 41–60.

Ballet Review On Dance
Articles and Reviews
234 1997 “A. Everett Austin, Jr.”

234 “A. Everett Austin, Jr.” Ballet Review 25:2 (Summer 1997), 51–58.

Ballet Review On Dance
Articles and Reviews
235 1997 “Ballet-Russe-de-Monte-Carlo”

235 “Ballet-Russe-de-Monte-Carlo,” Dance Magazine 71:6 (June 1997), 18.

Dance Magazine On Dance
Articles and Reviews
236 1937 “The Ballet Caravan”

236 “The Ballet Caravan.” Pages [1–2] in Ballet Caravan [prospectus, 1937?].

Ballet Caravan On Dance
Program and Other Notes
237 1937 [Statement]

237 [Statement.] Page [4] in The Ballet Caravan [announcement, 1937/1938 season].

Ballet Caravan On Dance
Program and Other Notes
238 1937 “Ballet Caravan”

238 “Ballet Caravan.” Pages [2–3] in Ballet Caravan [souvenir program, 1937/1938].

Ballet Caravan On Dance
Program and Other Notes
239 1938 “The Ballet Caravan”

239 “The Ballet Caravan.” In The Ballet Caravan [announcement, January 6 and 7, 1938, performances at the Avery Memorial Auditorium, Hartford, Connecticut]. 1 leaf.

Ballet Caravan On Dance
Program and Other Notes
240 1941 “Report of the Director for the Year Ending June 30, 1941”

240 “Report of the Director for the Year Ending June 30, 1941.” Pages 5–6 in The School of American Ballet [catalogue, 1941/1942].

New York: School of American Ballet On Dance
Program and Other Notes
241 1942 “Report of the Director for the Year Ending June 27, 1942”

241 “Report of the Director for the Year Ending June 27, 1942.” Pages 5–7 in The School of American Ballet [catalogue, Fall/Winter 1942/1943].

New York: School of American Ballet On Dance
Program and Other Notes
242 1944 “1933–1944”

242 “1933–1944.” Pages 4–7 in School of American Ballet [catalogue, 1944/1945].

New York: School of American Ballet On Dance
Program and Other Notes
243 1946 The Spellbound Child, Poem by Colette,” [L'Enfant et les Sortilèges] translated by Lincoln Kirstein and Jane Barzin

243 “The Spellbound Child, Poem by Colette,” [L'Enfant et les Sortilèges] translated by Lincoln Kirstein and Jane Barzin. Pages [7–12] in The Ballet Society: First Program; November 20, 1946—Central High School of Needle Trades, 225 West 24th Street [New York]. New York: Ballet Society, 1946. a. Reprinted in Voices 138 (Summer 1949), 8–17. b. Reprinted, pages [13–14], in New York City Ballet: Hommage à Ravel, 1875–1975 [souvenir program for the performances May 12–31, 1975]. New York: Souvenir Book Publishers, 1975.

New York: Ballet Society On Dance
Program and Other Notes
243a 1949 The Spellbound Child, Poem by Colette,” [L'Enfant et les Sortilèges] translated by Lincoln Kirstein and Jane Barzin

243 “The Spellbound Child, Poem by Colette,” [L'Enfant et les Sortilèges] translated by Lincoln Kirstein and Jane Barzin. Pages [7–12] in The Ballet Society: First Program; November 20, 1946—Central High School of Needle Trades, 225 West 24th Street [New York]. New York: Ballet Society, 1946. a. Reprinted in Voices 138 (Summer 1949), 8–17. b. Reprinted, pages [13–14], in New York City Ballet: Hommage à Ravel, 1875–1975 [souvenir program for the performances May 12–31, 1975]. New York: Souvenir Book Publishers, 1975.

Voices On Dance
Articles and Reviews
243b 1975 The Spellbound Child, Poem by Colette,” [L'Enfant et les Sortilèges] translated by Lincoln Kirstein and Jane Barzin

243 “The Spellbound Child, Poem by Colette,” [L'Enfant et les Sortilèges] translated by Lincoln Kirstein and Jane Barzin. Pages [7–12] in The Ballet Society: First Program; November 20, 1946—Central High School of Needle Trades, 225 West 24th Street [New York]. New York: Ballet Society, 1946. a. Reprinted in Voices 138 (Summer 1949), 8–17. b. Reprinted, pages [13–14], in New York City Ballet: Hommage à Ravel, 1875–1975 [souvenir program for the performances May 12–31, 1975]. New York: Souvenir Book Publishers, 1975.

New York: Souvenir Book Publishers On Dance
Program and Other Notes
244 1954 The Nutcracker [souvenir program, 1954], edited by Lincoln Kirstein

244 The Nutcracker [souvenir program, 1954], edited by Lincoln Kirstein. New York: Souvenir Programs, [1954]. [24] pages. Illustrated.

New York: Souvenir Programs On Dance
Program and Other Notes
245 1957 [Statement]

245 [Statement.] Pages [3–4] in “George Platt Lynes,” text for New York City Ballet: Photographs from 1935 through 1955 Taken by George Platt Lynes, 1907–1956 [souvenir program, 1957]. New York: Souvenir Programs, 1957.

New York: Souvenir Programs On Dance
Program and Other Notes
246 1959 “Our Dancers’ Debt”

246 “Our Dancers’ Debt.” Pages 11–13, 15 in Playbill (Metropolitan Opera House issue, April 16–May 9, 1959). New York: Playbill, 1959.

New York: Playbill On Dance
Program and Other Notes
247 1959 “1934–1959”

247 “1934–1959.” Pages [4–6] in School of American Ballet [catalogue, 1959/1960].

New York: School of American Ballet On Dance
Program and Other Notes
248 1964 “A Building as a Ballerina”

248 “A Building as a Ballerina.” Pages [3–9] in The City Center of Music and Drama Presents the New York City Ballet at the New York State Theater, Lincoln Center [souvenir program, 1964]. New York: Program Publishing Company, 1964. Illustrated.

New York: Program Publishing Company On Dance
Program and Other Notes
249 1966 “A Subscription Audience for Ballet”

249 “A Subscription Audience for Ballet.” Pages 30–31 in New York State Theater Magazine 1:1 (March 29–May 6, 1966) [program]. New York: Playbill, 1966.

New York: Playbill On Dance
Program and Other Notes
250 1966 [Introduction] “Edwin Denby on the Dance”

250 [Introduction] “Edwin Denby on the Dance.” Pages 8–9 in New York State Theater Magazine 1:1, 1:2 (March 29–May 22, 1966) [program]. New York: Playbill, 1966.

New York: Playbill On Dance
Program and Other Notes
251 1968 [Statement]

251 [Statement.] Pages [3–4] in Morton Baum: Chairman of the Board of the City Center of Music and Drama, Inc.; December 28, 1905–February 7, 1968. [New York: 1968.]

[New York: City Center of Music and Drama] On Dance
Program and Other Notes
252 1969 “An Imperial Theater in the Empire State”

252 “An Imperial Theater in the Empire State.” Page 13 in The Saratoga Performing Arts Center Program Magazine [1969 season]. Albany, New York: Showbill, 1969.

Albany, New York: Showbill On Dance
Program and Other Notes
253 1970 “The School of American Ballet: 1934–1970”

253 “The School of American Ballet: 1934–1970.” Pages 3–7 in School of American Ballet [catalogue, 1970/1971].

New York: School of American Ballet On Dance
Program and Other Notes
254 1970 “On Choreography” [extract from Movement & Metaphor (78)]

254 “On Choreography” [extract from Movement & Metaphor (78)]. Pages 15–18, 33, 34, 37, 38–39 in New York State Theater Magazine 5 (Nov. 17–Dec. 6, 1970) [program]. New York: Publishing Division of Metromedia, 1970. Illustrated.

New York: Publishing Division of Metromedia On Dance
Program and Other Notes
255 1971 The New York City Ballet 1946–1971 (1934–1980)

255 The New York City Ballet 1946–1971 (1934–1980). [New York: New York City Ballet, 1971.] [4] pages. Illustrated.

[New York: New York City Ballet] On Dance
Program and Other Notes
256 1971 “Stravinsky and Balanchine: Fifty Years of Partnership, 1920–1971”

256 “Stravinsky and Balanchine: Fifty Years of Partnership, 1920–1971.” Pages [2–3] in New York City Ballet [souvenir program, 1971]. New York: Program Publishing Company, 1971. Illustrated.

New York: Program Publishing Company On Dance
Program and Other Notes
257 1972 “Celebration” and “Agon” 

257 “Celebration” and “Agon.” Pages [5–6], [12–13] in New York City Ballet: Igor Stravinsky, June 18, 1882–April 6, 1971 [souvenir program of the Stravinsky Festival, June 18–25, 1972]. New York: New York City Ballet, 1972. a. Partially reprinted (titled “On Stravinsky”), page 37, in New York Review of Books 18:12 (June 29, 1972). Illustrated. b. Reprinted (titled “The Occasion” and “Apollo : Orpheus : Agon”), pages 9–13 and 168–171, in The Stravinsky Festival of the New York City Ballet, written and edited by Nancy Goldner, with photographs by Martha Swope and others. New York: Eakins Press, 1973.

New York: New York City Ballet On Dance
Program and Other Notes
257a 1972 “On Stravinsky”

257 “Celebration” and “Agon.” Pages [5–6], [12–13] in New York City Ballet: Igor Stravinsky, June 18, 1882–April 6, 1971 [souvenir program of the Stravinsky Festival, June 18–25, 1972]. New York: New York City Ballet, 1972. a. Partially reprinted (titled “On Stravinsky”), page 37, in New York Review of Books 18:12 (June 29, 1972). Illustrated. b. Reprinted (titled “The Occasion” and “Apollo : Orpheus : Agon”), pages 9–13 and 168–171, in The Stravinsky Festival of the New York City Ballet, written and edited by Nancy Goldner, with photographs by Martha Swope and others. New York: Eakins Press, 1973.

New York Review of Books On Dance
Articles and Reviews
257b 1973 “The Occasion” and “Apollo : Orpheus : Agon”

257 “Celebration” and “Agon.” Pages [5–6], [12–13] in New York City Ballet: Igor Stravinsky, June 18, 1882–April 6, 1971 [souvenir program of the Stravinsky Festival, June 18–25, 1972]. New York: New York City Ballet, 1972. a. Partially reprinted (titled “On Stravinsky”), page 37, in New York Review of Books 18:12 (June 29, 1972). Illustrated. b. Reprinted (titled “The Occasion” and “Apollo : Orpheus : Agon”), pages 9–13 and 168–171, in The Stravinsky Festival of the New York City Ballet, written and edited by Nancy Goldner, with photographs by Martha Swope and others. New York: Eakins Press, 1973.

New York: Eakins Press On Dance
In Books
258 1972 “Bemerkungen zur Geschichte des New York City Ballet”

258 “Bemerkungen zur Geschichte des New York City Ballet.” Pages [2–7] in Münchner Festspiele . . . 1972: Gesamtgastspiel New York City Ballet [program, Aug. 11–14, 1972]. Munich: Bayerische Staatsoper, 1972. Illustrated. a. Reprinted (translated and revised, without illustrations, titled “New York City Ballet”), pages [17–18], in The Theatregoer (Aug. 13–25, 1973) [program, Greek Theatre, Los Angeles]. Hollywood: Hollywood Reporter, 1973. b. Reprinted (slightly revised), page [21], in The Theatregoer (Aug. 12–24, 1974). Hollywood: Hollywood Reporter, 1974.

Munich: Bayerische Staatsoper On Dance
Program and Other Notes
258a 1973 “New York City Ballet”

258 “Bemerkungen zur Geschichte des New York City Ballet.” Pages [2–7] in Münchner Festspiele . . . 1972: Gesamtgastspiel New York City Ballet [program, Aug. 11–14, 1972]. Munich: Bayerische Staatsoper, 1972. Illustrated. a. Reprinted (translated and revised, without illustrations, titled “New York City Ballet”), pages [17–18], in The Theatregoer (Aug. 13–25, 1973) [program, Greek Theatre, Los Angeles]. Hollywood: Hollywood Reporter, 1973. b. Reprinted (slightly revised), page [21], in The Theatregoer (Aug. 12–24, 1974). Hollywood: Hollywood Reporter, 1974.

Hollywood: Hollywood Reporter On Dance
Program and Other Notes
258b 1974 “New York City Ballet”

258 “Bemerkungen zur Geschichte des New York City Ballet.” Pages [2–7] in Münchner Festspiele . . . 1972: Gesamtgastspiel New York City Ballet [program, Aug. 11–14, 1972]. Munich: Bayerische Staatsoper, 1972. Illustrated. a. Reprinted (translated and revised, without illustrations, titled “New York City Ballet”), pages [17–18], in The Theatregoer (Aug. 13–25, 1973) [program, Greek Theatre, Los Angeles]. Hollywood: Hollywood Reporter, 1973. b. Reprinted (slightly revised), page [21], in The Theatregoer (Aug. 12–24, 1974). Hollywood: Hollywood Reporter, 1974.

Hollywood: Hollywood Reporter On Dance
Program and Other Notes
259 1973 “Melissa Hayden: ‘Time to Retire?’”

259 “Melissa Hayden: ‘Time to Retire?’” Pages 10, 12–13 in The New York State Theater Magazine 8 (June 5–24, 1973) [program]. New York: Publishing Division of Metromedia, 1973. Illustrated.

New York: Publishing Division of Metromedia On Dance
Program and Other Notes
260 1974 “Recollections” [extracts from The New York City Ballet (79)]

260 “Recollections” [extracts from The New York City Ballet (79)]. Pages 6–7, 9, 11–12, 17 in New York State Theater Edition of Playbill 9 (Jan. 9–Feb. 17, 1974) [program]. New York: American Theatre Press, 1974. Illustrated.

New York: American Theatre Press On Dance
Program and Other Notes
261 1974 “The Annual Demonstrations by the School of American Ballet”

261 “The Annual Demonstrations by the School of American Ballet.” Pages 1, 8–9 in Playbill 11 (New York State Theater issue, June 4–30, 1974) [program]. New York: American Theatre Press, 1974. Illustrated.

New York: American Theatre Press On Dance
Program and Other Notes
262 1975 “1948–1975”

262 “1948–1975.” Pages [2–3] in New York City Ballet [souvenir program, 1975]. New York: Souvenir Book Publishers, 1975.

New York: Souvenir Book Publishers On Dance
Program and Other Notes
263 1975 “Hommage à Maurice Ravel: 1875–1975”

263 “Hommage à Maurice Ravel: 1875–1975.” Page [1] in New York City Ballet: Hommage à Ravel, 1875–1975 [souvenir program for the performances May 14–31, 1975]. New York: Souvenir Book Publishers, 1975.

New York: Souvenir Book Publishers On Dance
Program and Other Notes
264 1975 [Statement]

264 [Statement.] Page [2] in School of American Ballet Tenth Annual Workshop Performances, May 21, 1975 [announcement].

New York: School of American Ballet On Dance
Program and Other Notes
265 1975 “Evgenia Ouroussow Lehovich (1909–1975)”

265 “Evgenia Ouroussow Lehovich (1909–1975).” Pages [2–3] in The New York City Ballet Guild Presents the Tenth Annual Workshop Performances of the School of American Ballet: Wednesday, May 21, 1975 [program]. New York: School of American Ballet, 1975. Illustrated.

New York: School of American Ballet On Dance
Program and Other Notes
266 1975 “The Policy of a Ballet Company”

266 “The Policy of a Ballet Company.” Pages 3–4, 6, 9–10 in Playbill (New York State Theater issue, Nov. 11–30, 1975) [program]. New York: American Theatre Press, 1975. a. Reprinted, pages 121–126, in Ballet: Bias & Belief (83).

New York: American Theatre Press On Dance
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266a 1983 “The Policy of a Ballet Company”

266 “The Policy of a Ballet Company.” Pages 3–4, 6, 9–10 in Playbill (New York State Theater issue, Nov. 11–30, 1975) [program]. New York: American Theatre Press, 1975. a. Reprinted, pages 121–126, in Ballet: Bias & Belief (83).

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267 1976 “The School of American Ballet: 1934–1976”

267 “The School of American Ballet: 1934–1976.” Pages 6–7 in School of American Ballet [catalogue, 1976/1977].

New York: School of American Ballet On Dance
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268 1976 “Classic Ballet: Aria of the Aerial”

268 “Classic Ballet: Aria of the Aerial.” Pages 3–4, 6, 8–9 in Playbill (New York State Theater issue, April 27–May 11, 1976) [program]. New York: American Theatre Press, 1976. Illustrated. a. Reprinted (without illustrations), pages 28–31, in About the House 4:12 (Summer 1976). b. Reprinted, pages 228–243, in What is Dance? Readings in Theory and Criticism, edited by Roger Copeland and Marshall Cohen. Oxford and New York: Oxford University Press, 1983. c. Reprinted, pages 127–131, in Ballet: Bias & Belief (83). d. Reprinted as "Aria of the Aerial," pages [192]–197, in By With To & From (568).

New York: American Theatre Press On Dance
Program and Other Notes
268a 1976 “Classic Ballet: Aria of the Aerial”

268 “Classic Ballet: Aria of the Aerial.” Pages 3–4, 6, 8–9 in Playbill (New York State Theater issue, April 27–May 11, 1976) [program]. New York: American Theatre Press, 1976. Illustrated. a. Reprinted (without illustrations), pages 28–31, in About the House 4:12 (Summer 1976). b. Reprinted, pages 228–243, in What is Dance? Readings in Theory and Criticism, edited by Roger Copeland and Marshall Cohen. Oxford and New York: Oxford University Press, 1983. c. Reprinted, pages 127–131, in Ballet: Bias & Belief (83). d. Reprinted as "Aria of the Aerial," pages [192]–197, in By With To & From (568).

About the House On Dance
Program and Other Notes
268b 1983 “Classic Ballet: Aria of the Aerial”

268 “Classic Ballet: Aria of the Aerial.” Pages 3–4, 6, 8–9 in Playbill (New York State Theater issue, April 27–May 11, 1976) [program]. New York: American Theatre Press, 1976. Illustrated. a. Reprinted (without illustrations), pages 28–31, in About the House 4:12 (Summer 1976). b. Reprinted, pages 228–243, in What is Dance? Readings in Theory and Criticism, edited by Roger Copeland and Marshall Cohen. Oxford and New York: Oxford University Press, 1983. c. Reprinted, pages 127–131, in Ballet: Bias & Belief (83). d. Reprinted as "Aria of the Aerial," pages [192]–197, in By With To & From (568).

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268c 1983 “Classic Ballet: Aria of the Aerial”

268 “Classic Ballet: Aria of the Aerial.” Pages 3–4, 6, 8–9 in Playbill (New York State Theater issue, April 27–May 11, 1976) [program]. New York: American Theatre Press, 1976. Illustrated. a. Reprinted (without illustrations), pages 28–31, in About the House 4:12 (Summer 1976). b. Reprinted, pages 228–243, in What is Dance? Readings in Theory and Criticism, edited by Roger Copeland and Marshall Cohen. Oxford and New York: Oxford University Press, 1983. c. Reprinted, pages 127–131, in Ballet: Bias & Belief (83). d. Reprinted as "Aria of the Aerial," pages [192]–197, in By With To & From (568).

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268d 1991 “Aria of the Aerial”

268 “Classic Ballet: Aria of the Aerial.” Pages 3–4, 6, 8–9 in Playbill (New York State Theater issue, April 27–May 11, 1976) [program]. New York: American Theatre Press, 1976. Illustrated. a. Reprinted (without illustrations), pages 28–31, in About the House 4:12 (Summer 1976). b. Reprinted, pages 228–243, in What is Dance? Readings in Theory and Criticism, edited by Roger Copeland and Marshall Cohen. Oxford and New York: Oxford University Press, 1983. c. Reprinted, pages 127–131, in Ballet: Bias & Belief (83). d. Reprinted as "Aria of the Aerial," pages [192]–197, in By With To & From (568).

New York: Farrar, Straus & Giroux On Dance
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269 1976 “Union Jack”

269 “Union Jack.” Page [2] in New York City Ballet: A Gala Performance . . . May 12, 1976 [program]. a. Reprinted, pages 1, 3–4 (and variants), in Playbill (New York State Theater issue, May 13–June 27, 1976) [pro gram]. New York: American Theatre Press, 1976. Illustrated. b. Reprinted, pages 18–19, in Saratoga Performing Arts Center: Saratoga Festival 1976 [program]. Albany, New York: SPAC Sales, 1976.

New York: New York City Ballet On Dance
Program and Other Notes
269a 1976 “Union Jack”

269 “Union Jack.” Page [2] in New York City Ballet: A Gala Performance . . . May 12, 1976 [program]. a. Reprinted, pages 1, 3–4 (and variants), in Playbill (New York State Theater issue, May 13–June 27, 1976) [program]. New York: American Theatre Press, 1976. Illustrated. b. Reprinted, pages 18–19, in Saratoga Performing Arts Center: Saratoga Festival 1976 [program]. Albany, New York: SPAC Sales, 1976.

New York: American Theatre Press On Dance
Program and Other Notes
269b 1976 “Union Jack”

269 “Union Jack.” Page [2] in New York City Ballet: A Gala Performance . . . May 12, 1976 [program]. a. Reprinted, pages 1, 3–4 (and variants), in Playbill (New York State Theater issue, May 13–June 27, 1976) [program]. New York: American Theatre Press, 1976. Illustrated. b. Reprinted, pages 18–19, in Saratoga Performing Arts Center: Saratoga Festival 1976 [program]. Albany, New York: SPAC Sales, 1976.

Albany, New York: SPAC Sales On Dance
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270 1976 “Augustus Saint-Gaudens”

270 “Augustus Saint-Gaudens.” Page 9 in Playbill (New York State Theater issue, May 13–June 27, 1976) [program]. New York: American Theatre Press, 1976. Illustrated.

New York: American Theatre Press On Dance
Program and Other Notes
271 1976 “The School of American Ballet”

271 “The School of American Ballet.” Pages 3–4, 6 in Playbill (New York State Theater issue, Nov. 16–Dec. 12, 1976) [program]. New York: American Theatre Press, 1976. Illustrated.

New York: American Theatre Press On Dance
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272 1982 “Letters—from Lincoln Kirstein to Igor Stravinsky”; “Apollo: Orpheus: Agon”; “Notes”

272 “Letters—from Lincoln Kirstein to Igor Stravinsky”; “Apollo: Orpheus: Agon”; “Notes.” Pages 3; 7; 9–25 in New York City Ballet Stravinsky Centennial Celebration Souvenir Book. New York: New York City Ballet, 1982.

New York: New York City Ballet On Dance
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273 1988 “An Institution's Establishment and Maintenance: 1948–1988”

273 “An Institution's Establishment and Maintenance: 1948–1988.” Pages [2–5] in New York City Ballet 40th Anniversary Year Souvenir Book. New York: New York City Ballet, 1988.

New York: New York City Ballet On Dance
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274 1988 “Foreword”; “The Future”

274 “Foreword”; “The Future.” Pages 4–5; 27, in School of American Ballet [Catalogue, 1988/1989].

New York: School of American Ballet On Dance
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275 1991 “A New Production of The Sleeping Beauty

275 “A New Production of The Sleeping Beauty.” [Pages 63–67] in New York City Ballet 1991 Annual Spring Gala Souvenir Program. New York: New York City Ballet, 1991. a. Also in New York City Ballet 1991–1992 Souvenir Program.

New York: New York City Ballet On Dance
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275a 1991 “A New Production of The Sleeping Beauty

275 “A New Production of The Sleeping Beauty.” [Pages 63–67] in New York City Ballet 1991 Annual Spring Gala Souvenir Program. New York: New York City Ballet, 1991. a. Also in New York City Ballet 1991–1992 Souvenir Program.

New York: New York City Ballet On Dance
Program and Other Notes
276 1937 [Statement and notes]

276 [Statement and notes.] Pages [2–3] in Ballet Caravan Collaborators: Julien Levy Galleries, 15 East 57th Street, New York City—December 15 to December 31. New York: Julien Levy Galleries, [1937].

New York: Julien Levy Galleries On Dance
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277 1967 “Karinska: Fabergé of Costume”

277 “Karinska: Fabergé of Costume.” Pages [8–10] in The Library & Museum of the Performing Arts at Lincoln Center Presents an Exhibition of Costumes for Opera and Ballet by Karinska: The Amsterdam Gallery, February 7 through March 18, 1967. New York: New York Public Library at Lincoln Center, 1967.

New York: New York Public Library at Lincoln Center On Dance
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278 1970 What (Who?) Is a Fire (?) Bird (?)?”

278 “What (Who?) Is a Fire (?) Bird (?)?” Pages [26–28] in Firebird: Chagall/Karinska. An Exhibition of Ballet Costumes at the Library & Museum of the Performing Arts, The New York Public Library at Lincoln Center. New York: New York Public Library at Lincoln Center, [1970]. a. Reprinted, pages 163–171, in Costumes by Karinska by Toni Bentley with a foreword by Edward Gorey. New York: Harry N. Abrams, 1995. 192 pages. Illustrated..

New York: New York Public Library at Lincoln Center On Dance
Exhibition Catalogues and Notes
278a 1995 What (Who?) Is a Fire (?) Bird (?)?”

278 “What (Who?) Is a Fire (?) Bird (?)?” Pages [26–28] in Firebird: Chagall/Karinska. An Exhibition of Ballet Costumes at the Library & Museum of the Performing Arts, The New York Public Library at Lincoln Center. New York: New York Public Library at Lincoln Center, [1970]. a. Reprinted, pages 163–171, in Costumes by Karinska by Toni Bentley with a foreword by Edward Gorey. New York: Harry N. Abrams, 1995. 192 pages. Illustrated..

New York: Harry N. Abrams On Dance
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279 1971 Dance In Sculpture: Vincent Astor Gallery, Library & Museum of the Performing Arts, The New York Public Library at Lincoln Center, February 1–April 30 1971

279 Dance In Sculpture: Vincent Astor Gallery, Library & Museum of the Performing Arts, The New York Public Library at Lincoln Center, February 1–April 30 1971. New York: New York Public Library at Lincoln Center, 1971. [16] pages. Illustrated.

New York: New York Public Library at Lincoln Center On Dance
Exhibition Catalogues and Notes
280 1973 [Statement]

280 [Statement.] Pages 2–3 in A Decade of Acquisitions: The Dance Collection 1964–1973; Vincent Astor Gallery & Dance Collection Reading Room, Performing Arts Research Center, The New York Public Library at Lincoln Center, April 9–June 2, 1973. New York: New York Public Library at Lincoln Center, 1973.

New York: New York Public Library at Lincoln Center On Dance
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281 1947 Pavel Tchelitchew Drawings

281 Pavel Tchelitchew Drawings. New York: H. Bittner, 1947. 22 pages, 48 plates. a. Reprinted by Hacker Art Books, New York, 1971.

New York: H. Bittner On Drawing, Painting, Sculpture & Architecture
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281a 1971 Pavel Tchelitchew Drawings

281 Pavel Tchelitchew Drawings. New York: H. Bittner, 1947. 22 pages, 48 plates. a. Reprinted by Hacker Art Books, New York, 1971.

New York: Hacker Art Books On Drawing, Painting, Sculpture & Architecture
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282 1949 Elie Nadelman Drawings

282 Elie Nadelman Drawings. New York: H. Bittner, 1949. 53 pages, 58 plates. a. Reprinted by Hacker Art Books, New York, 1970.

New York: H. Bittner On Drawing, Painting, Sculpture & Architecture
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282a 1970 Elie Nadelman Drawings

282 Elie Nadelman Drawings. New York: H. Bittner, 1949. 53 pages, 58 plates. a. Reprinted by Hacker Art Books, New York, 1970.

New York: Hacker Art Books On Drawing, Painting, Sculpture & Architecture
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283 1952 The Dry Points of Elie Nadelman

283 The Dry Points of Elie Nadelman. New York: Curt Valentin, 1952. 11 pages, 22 matted prints.

New York: Curt Valentin On Drawing, Painting, Sculpture & Architecture
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284 1973 Elie Nadelman

284 Elie Nadelman. New York: Eakins Press, 1973. 359 pages. Illustrated.

New York: Eakins Press On Drawing, Painting, Sculpture & Architecture
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285 1973 Lay This Laurel: An Album on the Saint-Gaudens Memorial on Boston Common Honoring Black and White Men Together Who Served the Union Cause with Robert Gould Shaw and Died with Him July 18, 1863

285 Lay This Laurel: An Album on the Saint-Gaudens Memorial on Boston Common Honoring Black and White Men Together Who Served the Union Cause with Robert Gould Shaw and Died with Him July 18, 1863. With photographs by Richard Benson. New York: Eakins Press Foundation, 1973. [83] pages. a. “Robert Gould Shaw” reprinted, pages [344]–362, in By With To & From (568).

New York: Eakins Press Foundation On Drawing, Painting, Sculpture & Architecture
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285a 1991 “Robert Gould Shaw”

285 Lay This Laurel: An Album on the Saint-Gaudens Memorial on Boston Common Honoring Black and White Men Together Who Served the Union Cause with Robert Gould Shaw and Died with Him July 18, 1863. With photographs by Richard Benson. New York: Eakins Press Foundation, 1973. [83] pages. a. “Robert Gould Shaw” reprinted, pages [344]–362, in By With To & From (568).

New York: Farrar, Straus & Giroux On Drawing, Painting, Sculpture & Architecture
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286 1984 Paul Cadmus

286 Paul Cadmus. New York: Imago Imprint, 1984. 144 pages. Illustrated. a. Reissued by Rizzoli International Publications, New York, 1986. b. Reissued, with revisions and update, by Chameleon Books, New York/Pomegranate Artbooks, San Francisco, 1992, in conjunction with the exhibition Paul Cadmus at Midtown Payson Galleries, New York. c. Reprinted as "Paul Cadmus's Seven Deadly Sins" in By With To & From (568).

New York: Imago Imprint On Drawing, Painting, Sculpture & Architecture
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286a 1986 Paul Cadmus

286 Paul Cadmus. New York: Imago Imprint, 1984. 144 pages. Illustrated. a. Reissued by Rizzoli International Publications, New York, 1986. b. Reissued, with revisions and update, by Chameleon Books, New York/Pomegranate Artbooks, San Francisco, 1992, in conjunction with the exhibition Paul Cadmus at Midtown Payson Galleries, New York. c. Reprinted as "Paul Cadmus's Seven Deadly Sins" in By With To & From (568).

New York: Rizzoli International Publications On Drawing, Painting, Sculpture & Architecture
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286c 1991 "Paul Cadmus's Seven Deadly Sins"

286 Paul Cadmus. New York: Imago Imprint, 1984. 144 pages. Illustrated. a. Reissued by Rizzoli International Publications, New York, 1986. b. Reissued, with revisions and update, by Chameleon Books, New York/Pomegranate Artbooks, San Francisco, 1992, in conjunction with the exhibition Paul Cadmus at Midtown Payson Galleries, New York. c. Reprinted as "Paul Cadmus's Seven Deadly Sins" in By With To & From (568).

New York: Farrar, Straus & Giroux On Drawing, Painting, Sculpture & Architecture
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286b 1992 Paul Cadmus [with revisions and update]

286 Paul Cadmus. New York: Imago Imprint, 1984. 144 pages. Illustrated. a. Reissued by Rizzoli International Publications, New York, 1986. b. Reissued, with revisions and update, by Chameleon Books, New York/Pomegranate Artbooks, San Francisco, 1992, in conjunction with the exhibition Paul Cadmus at Midtown Payson Galleries, New York. c. Reprinted as "Paul Cadmus's Seven Deadly Sins" in By With To & From (568).

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287 1994 Tchelitchev

287 Tchelitchev. Santa Fe, New Mexico: Twelvetrees Press, 1994. 184 pages. Illustrated.

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288 1963 “Gaudier-Brzeska, Henri”

288 “Gaudier-Brzeska, Henri.” Page 71 in Encyclopaedia Britannica, volume 10. Chicago, 1963 and subsequent editions.

Chicago: Encyclopedia Britannica On Drawing, Painting, Sculpture & Architecture
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289 1963 “Lachaise, Gaston”

289 “Lachaise, Gaston.” Page 571 in Encyclopaedia Britannica, volume 13. Chicago, 1963 and subsequent editions.

Chicago: Encyclopedia Britannica On Drawing, Painting, Sculpture & Architecture
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290 1963 “Nadelman, Elie”

290 “Nadelman, Elie.” Page 58 in Encyclopaedia Britannica, volume 16. Chicago, 1963 and subsequent editions.

Chicago: Encyclopedia Britannica On Drawing, Painting, Sculpture & Architecture
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291 1963 “Rimmer, William”

291 “Rimmer, William.” Page 310 in Encyclopaedia Britannica, volume 16. Chicago, 1963 and subsequent editions.

Chicago: Encyclopedia Britannica On Drawing, Painting, Sculpture & Architecture
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292 1972 “Introduction” 

292 “Introduction.” Pages 9–13 in The Art of Alex Colville, by Helen J. Dow. Toronto: McGraw-Hill Ryerson, 1972.

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293 1983 “A. Hyatt Mayor”

293 “A. Hyatt Mayor.” Pages 13–22 in A. Hyatt Mayor: Selected Writings and a Bibliography, edited by John P. O'Neill and Polly Cone. New York: The Metropolitan Museum of Art, 1983.

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294 1984 [Preface]

294 [Preface] in 44 Wilde 1944: being a selection of 44 images from a sketchbook kept by John Wilde mostly in 1944. Mt. Horeb, Wisconsin: Perishable Press, 1984.

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295 1985 “Foreword”

295 “Foreword.” Page 5 in Michael Leonard Paintings, by Edward Lucie-Smith in conversation with the artist. London: GMP Publishers, 1985.

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296 1987 “James Wyeth”

296 “James Wyeth.” Pages 156–162 in An American Vision: Three Generations of Wyeth Art. Essays by James H. Duff, Andrew Wyeth, Thomas Hoving, and Lincoln Kirstein. New York: New York Graphic Society/Boston: Little, Brown, 1987.

New York: New York Graphic Society/Boston: Little, Brown On Drawing, Painting, Sculpture & Architecture
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297 1989 “Acknowledgments”; “Memorial to a Marriage” [background essay]

297 “Acknowledgments”; “Memorial to a Marriage” [background essay]. Pages [vii]; 39–91 in Memorial to a Marriage: An Album on the Saint-Gaudens Memorial in Rock Creek Cemetery Commissioned by Henry Adams in Honor of His Wife, Marian Hooper Adams. Photograph album by Jerry L. Thompson, additional photographs by Marian Hooper Adams. New York: The Metropolitan Museum of Art, 1989. a. “Marian Hooper Adams” reprinted, pages [363]–395, in By With To & From (568).

New York: The Metropolitan Museum of Art On Drawing, Painting, Sculpture & Architecture
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297a 1991 “Marian Hooper Adams”

297 “Acknowledgments”; “Memorial to a Marriage” [background essay]. Pages [vii]; 39–91 in Memorial to a Marriage: An Album on the Saint-Gaudens Memorial in Rock Creek Cemetery Commissioned by Henry Adams in Honor of His Wife, Marian Hooper Adams. Photograph album by Jerry L. Thompson, additional photographs by Marian Hooper Adams. New York: The Metropolitan Museum of Art, 1989. a. “Marian Hooper Adams” reprinted, pages [363]–395, in By With To & From (568).

New York: Farrar, Straus & Giroux On Drawing, Painting, Sculpture & Architecture
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300 1929 [Review of] “Modern French Painters from 1906 to the Present Day, by Maurice Raynal”

300 [Review of] “Modern French Painters from 1906 to the Present Day, by Maurice Raynal.” Hound & Horn 2:3 (April/June 1929), 314–315.

Hound & Horn On Drawing, Painting, Sculpture & Architecture
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301 1931 “Genius” [review of] Savage Messiah [Henri Gaudier-Brzeska], by H.S. Ede

301 “Genius” [review of] Savage Messiah [Henri Gaudier- Brzeska], by H.S. Ede. Hound & Horn 4:3 (April/June 1931), 419–427.

Hound & Horn On Drawing, Painting, Sculpture & Architecture
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302 1931 “Jean Charlot”

302 “Jean Charlot.” Creative Art 9:4 (Oct. 1931), 306–311. Illustrated.

Creative Art On Drawing, Painting, Sculpture & Architecture
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303 1932 “The Contemporary Art Society of London”

303 “The Contemporary Art Society of London.” Arts Weekly 1:6 (April 16, 1932), 123.

Arts Weekly On Drawing, Painting, Sculpture & Architecture
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304 1932 “Not Three Weeks” [letter on the Museum of Modern Art exhibition “Murals by American Painters and Photographers”]

304 “Not Three Weeks” [letter on the Museum of Modern Art exhibition “Murals by American Painters and Photographers”]. New Republic 71 (No. 916, June 22, 1932), 158.

New Republic On Drawing, Painting, Sculpture & Architecture
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305 1932 “Art Chronicle: Contemporary Mural Painting in the United States”

305 “Art Chronicle: Contemporary Mural Painting in the United States.” Hound & Horn 5:4 (July/Sept. 1932), 656–663. Illustrated.

Hound & Horn On Drawing, Painting, Sculpture & Architecture
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306 1932 “Books and Characters” [on Rockefeller Center]

306 “Books and Characters” [on Rockefeller Center]. Boston Evening American (Dec. 30, 1932), 8.

Boston Evening American On Drawing, Painting, Sculpture & Architecture
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307 1933 “Philip Reisman”

307 “Philip Reisman.” Hound & Horn 6:3 (April/June 1933), 441–444. Illustrated.

Hound & Horn On Drawing, Painting, Sculpture & Architecture
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308 1934 “Notes on Painting: Franklin Watkins”

308 “Notes on Painting: Franklin Watkins.” Hound & Horn 7:4 (July/Sept. 1934), 687–689.

Hound & Horn On Drawing, Painting, Sculpture & Architecture
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309 1935 “Drawings by Jean Charlot”

309 “Drawings by Jean Charlot.” Parnassus 7:2 (Feb. 1935), 4–5. Illustrated.

Parnassus On Drawing, Painting, Sculpture & Architecture
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310 1935 “An Iowa Memling” [Grant Wood exhibition at the Feragil Galleries, New York City]

310 “An Iowa Memling” [Grant Wood exhibition at the Feragil Galleries, New York City]. Art Front 1:6 (July 1935), 6, 8.

Art Front On Drawing, Painting, Sculpture & Architecture
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311 1939 “The Future of the Museum of Modern Art”

311 “The Future of the Museum of Modern Art.” Direction 2:3 (May/June 1939), 36–38.

Direction On Drawing, Painting, Sculpture & Architecture
Articles and Reviews
312 1942 “The Position of Pavel Tchelitchew”

312 “The Position of Pavel Tchelitchew.” View 2:2 (May 1942), [12–14]. Illustrated.

View On Drawing, Painting, Sculpture & Architecture
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313 1942 “A Traves de un Ojo Extranjero: El Arte en Chile”

313 “A Traves de un Ojo Extranjero: El Arte en Chile.” Forma: Revista de Arte 1:5 (Oct. 1942), [1–2].

Forma: Revista de Arte On Drawing, Painting, Sculpture & Architecture
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314 1943 “Life or Death for Abstract Art? Con: A Mild Case of Cerebrosis,” by Lincoln Kirstein; “Pro: In Defense of Sensibility,” by George L. K. Morris

314 “Life or Death for Abstract Art? Con: A Mild Case of Cerebrosis,” by Lincoln Kirstein; “Pro: In Defense of Sensibility,” by George L. K. Morris. Magazine of Art 36:3 (March 1943), 110–111, 117–119. Illustrated.

Magazine of Art On Drawing, Painting, Sculpture & Architecture
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315 1943 “Here to Stay” [on the Museum of Modern Art Latin-American exhibition]

315 “Here to Stay” [on the Museum of Modern Art Latin-American exhibition]. Town & Country 98 (No. 4246, April 1943), 58–59, 108. Illustrated.

Town & Country On Drawing, Painting, Sculpture & Architecture
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316 1943 “La Reciente Obra Mural de Siqueiros en el Conjunto del Muralismo Mexicano”

316 “La Reciente Obra Mural de Siqueiros en el Conjunto del Muralismo Mexicano.” Hoy (No. 331, June 26, 1943), 45–57. Illustrated.

Hoy On Drawing, Painting, Sculpture & Architecture
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317 1943 “Siqueiros in Chillán”

317 “Siqueiros in Chillán.” Magazine of Art 36:8 (Dec. 1943), 282–287. Illustrated. a. Reprinted (revised and with variant photographs), pages 12–16, in Andean Quarterly (Winter 1944). b. Reprinted, pages [236]–244, in By With To & From (568).

Magazine of Art On Drawing, Painting, Sculpture & Architecture
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317a 1944 “Siqueiros in Chillán”

317 “Siqueiros in Chillán.” Magazine of Art 36:8 (Dec. 1943), 282–287. Illustrated. a. Reprinted (revised and with variant photographs), pages 12–16, in Andean Quarterly (Winter 1944). b. Reprinted, pages [236]–244, in By With To & From (568).

Andean Quarterly On Drawing, Painting, Sculpture & Architecture
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317b 1991 “Siqueiros in Chillán”

317 “Siqueiros in Chillán.” Magazine of Art 36:8 (Dec. 1943), 282–287. Illustrated. a. Reprinted (revised and with variant photographs), pages 12–16, in Andean Quarterly (Winter 1944). b. Reprinted, pages [236]–244, in By With To & From (568).

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318 1944 “Siqueiros: Painter and Revolutionary”

318 “Siqueiros: Painter and Revolutionary.” Magazine of Art 37:1 (Jan. 1944), 22–27, 34. Illustrated.

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319 1944 “American Battle Art: 1588–1944,” Part I, “Military Aids and Operations”; II, “Portraits and Popular Myths”; III, “Important Paintings”

319 “American Battle Art: 1588–1944,” Part I, “Military Aids and Operations”; II, “Portraits and Popular Myths”; III, “Important Paintings.” Magazine of Art 37:3; 37:4; 37:5 (March; April; May 1944), 104–109; 146–151; 184–189. Illustrated.

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320 1944 “South American Painting” [historical survey; special consideration of Candido Portinari, Lasar Segall, Horacio Butler, Pedro Figari, and others]

320 “South American Painting” [historical survey; special consideration of Candido Portinari, Lasar Segall, Horacio Butler, Pedro Figari, and others]. Studio 128 (No. 619, Oct. 1944), 106–113. Illustrated.

Studio On Drawing, Painting, Sculpture & Architecture
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321 1945 “Letter from France”

321 “Letter from France.” Magazine of Art 38:1 (Jan. 1945), 2–7. Illustrated.

Magazine of Art On Drawing, Painting, Sculpture & Architecture
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322 1945 “War Uncovers a Ghost of Gothic Fresco” [Priory Church of Mont St. Martin, near Longwy, France]

322 “War Uncovers a Ghost of Gothic Fresco” [Priory Church of Mont St. Martin, near Longwy, France]. Art News 44:6 (May 1–14, 1945), 18, 31–32. Illustrated.

Art News On Drawing, Painting, Sculpture & Architecture
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323 1945 “The Quest of the Golden Lamb” [recovery of German art plunder]

323 “The Quest of the Golden Lamb” [recovery of German art plunder]. Town & Country 100 (No. 4276, Sept. 1945), 114–115, 182–186, 189, 198. Illustrated.

Town & Country On Drawing, Painting, Sculpture & Architecture
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324 1945 “Rimmer Material” [letter requesting information on William Rimmer]

324 “Rimmer Material” [letter requesting information on William Rimmer]. Nation 161:9 (Sept. 1, 1945), 480.

Nation On Drawing, Painting, Sculpture & Architecture
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325 1945 “Monuments of Old Germany”

325 “Monuments of Old Germany.” Nation 161:9 (Sept. 1, 1945), 206–207.

Nation On Drawing, Painting, Sculpture & Architecture
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326 1945 “Art in the Third Reich—Survey, 1945”

326 “Art in the Third Reich—Survey, 1945.” Magazine of Art 38:6 (Oct. 1945), 223–238, 240, 242. Illustrated.

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327 1945 “Information about Dr. William Rimmer” [letter requesting information]

327 “Information about Dr. William Rimmer” [letter requesting information]. New Republic 113:19 (Nov. 5, 1945), 605.

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328 1946 “Pedro Figari”

328 “Pedro Figari.” Magazine of Art 39:3 (March 1946), 104–107. Illustrated. a. Reprinted, pages [3–9], in Pedro Figari: 1861–1938. New York: Council for Inter-American Cooperation, 1946.

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328a 1946 “Pedro Figari”

328 “Pedro Figari.” Magazine of Art 39:3 (March 1946), 104–107. Illustrated. a. Reprinted, pages [3–9], in Pedro Figari: 1861–1938. New York: Council for Inter-American Cooperation, 1946.

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329 1946 “Seeing Things: Mysteries of Painting” [Giovanni Bellini, Giorgione, Rembrandt, Watteau, Seurat, Picasso, Hopper, Dalí]

329 “Seeing Things: Mysteries of Painting” [Giovanni Bellini, Giorgione, Rembrandt, Watteau, Seurat, Picasso, Hopper, Dalí]. Mademoiselle 23:6 (Oct. 1946), 170–171, 281–284. Illustrated.

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330 1946 “Comment” [introduction to the issue Picasso and the Ballet, by William S. Lieberman]

330 “Comment” [introduction to the issue Picasso and the Ballet, by William S. Lieberman]. Dance Index 5:11/12 (Nov./Dec. 1946), 263.

Dance Index On Drawing, Painting, Sculpture & Architecture
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331 1947 “The Rediscovery of William Rimmer”

331 “The Rediscovery of William Rimmer.” Magazine of Art 40:3 (March 1947), 94–95. Illustrated.

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332 1947 “What Will History Say of Picasso”

332 “What Will History Say of Picasso.” House & Garden 92:4 (Oct. 1947), 132–133, 216. Illustrated.

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333 1948 Elie Nadelman: Sculptor of the Dance

333 Elie Nadelman: Sculptor of the Dance. Issued as Dance Index 7:6 (1948), 129–152. Illustrated.

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Articles and Reviews
334 1948 “The Interior Landscapes of Pavel Tchelitchew”

334 “The Interior Landscapes of Pavel Tchelitchew.” Magazine of Art 41:2 (Feb. 1948), 49–53. Illustrated. a. Reprinted, pages [254]–263, in By With To & From (568).

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334a 1991 “The Interior Landscapes of Pavel Tchelitchew”

334 “The Interior Landscapes of Pavel Tchelitchew.” Magazine of Art 41:2 (Feb. 1948), 49–53. Illustrated. a. Reprinted, pages [254]–263, in By With To & From (568).

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335 1948 “Elie Nadelman: 1882–1946”

335 “Elie Nadelman: 1882–1946.” Harper's Bazaar 82:8 (Aug. 1948), 132–135, 186. Illustrated.

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336 1948 “The State of Modern Painting”

336 “The State of Modern Painting.” Harper's Magazine 197 (No. 1181, Oct. 1948), 47–53. a. Condensation, with Editor's Note, printed in American Artist 13:2 (Feb. 1949), 37, 66–69.

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336a 1949 “The State of Modern Painting” [condensation, with Editor's Note]

336 “The State of Modern Painting.” Harper's Magazine 197 (No. 1181, Oct. 1948), 47–53. a. Condensation, with Editor's Note, printed in American Artist 13:2 (Feb. 1949), 37, 66–69.

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337 1948 “The Plastic Arts: Books for Christmas” [book reviews]

337 “The Plastic Arts: Books for Christmas” [book reviews]. New Republic 119:25 (Dec. 20, 1948), 24–26.

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338 1949 “The Autocratic Taste” [review of] Aesthetics and History in the Visual Arts, by Bernard Berenson

338 “The Autocratic Taste” [review of] Aesthetics and History in the Visual Arts, by Bernard Berenson. New Republic 120:2 (Jan. 10, 1949), 16–17.

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339 1949 “The Fine Arts: Public Mask and Private Sorrows” [on administrative policies of The Metropolitan Museum of Art]

339 “The Fine Arts: Public Mask and Private Sorrows” [on administrative policies of The Metropolitan Museum of Art]. New Republic 120:13 (March 28, 1949), 20–21.

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340 1949 “Artists and Critics: A Survey” [book reviews]

340 “Artists and Critics: A Survey” [book reviews]. New Republic 120:16 (April 18, 1949), 27–29.

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341 1949 “The Fine Arts: Centrifugal, Centripetal” [review of] Georges Braque, by Henry R. Hope; Georges Braque—Notebook 1917–1947; The Rise of Cubism, by Daniel-Henry Kahnweiler

341 “The Fine Arts: Centrifugal, Centripetal” [review of] Georges Braque, by Henry R. Hope; Georges Braque—Notebook 1917–1947; The Rise of Cubism, by Daniel-Henry Kahnweiler. New Republic 120:21 (May 23, 1949), 24–26.

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342 1949 “The Fine Arts: Symbol and Device” [on ecclesiastical architecture]

342 “The Fine Arts: Symbol and Device” [on ecclesiastical architecture]. New Republic 121:13 (Sept. 26, 1949), 24–27.

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343 1949 “Art Books for Christmas” [book reviews]

343 “Art Books for Christmas” [book reviews]. New Republic 121:24 (Dec. 12, 1949), 25–27.

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344 1950 “Malraux's Masterpiece” [review of] The Psychology of Art, by André Malraux

344 “Malraux's Masterpiece” [review of] The Psychology of Art, by André Malraux. New Republic 122:9 (Feb. 27, 1950), 18–19.

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345 1950 “Art Books for Christmas” [book reviews]

345 “Art Books for Christmas” [book reviews]. New Republic 123:24 (Dec. 11, 1950), 23–26.

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346 1951 “The Fine Arts: The Abstract Style” [book reviews]

346 “The Fine Arts: The Abstract Style” [book reviews]. New Republic 124:14 (April 2, 1951), 22.

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347 1951 “Aspects of French Taste” [review of] The Twilight of the Absolute, by André Malraux

347 “Aspects of French Taste” [review of] The Twilight of the Absolute, by André Malraux. New Republic 125:11 (Sept. 10, 1951), 18–19.

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348 1951 “Art Books for Christmas” [book reviews]

348 “Art Books for Christmas” [book reviews]. New Republic 125:24 (Dec. 10, 1951), 19–22.

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349 1952 [Statement on personal choice of objects for an exhibition]

349 [Statement on personal choice of objects for an exhibition.] Pages 42–47 in Fourteen Eyes in a Museum Storeroom. Issued as University of Pennsylvania Museum Bulletin 16:3 (Feb. 1952). Illustrated.

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350 1957 The Craft of Horace Armistead

350 The Craft of Horace Armistead. Issued as Chrysalis 10:1/2 (1957). 19 pages. Illustrated.

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351 1958 “Alex Colville”

351 “Alex Colville.” Canadian Art 15:3 (Aug. 1958), 216–219, with French translation, 244. Illustrated.

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352 1958 “Color and Integrity: Art Books” [book reviews]

352 “Color and Integrity: Art Books” [book reviews]. Nation 187:20 (Dec. 13, 1958), 456–459.

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353 1959 “The Arts from Japan” [book reviews]

353 “The Arts from Japan” [book reviews]. Nation 188:5 (Jan. 31, 1959), 106–107.

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354 1959 “Arts and Monuments” [book reviews]

354 “Arts and Monuments” [book reviews]. Nation 189:20 (Dec. 12, 1959), 445–448, 450–451.

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355 1960 “Art Books of the Season,” Parts I and II [book reviews]

355 “Art Books of the Season,” Parts I and II [book reviews]. Nation 191:21; 191:22 (Dec. 17; 24, 1960), 482–486; 508–510.

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356 1961 “Architecture” [on Philip Johnson's Munson-Williams-Proctor Institute in Utica, and Amon Carter Museum of Western Art in Fort Worth]

356 “Architecture” [on Philip Johnson's Munson-Williams-Proctor Institute in Utica, and Amon Carter Museum of Western Art in Fort Worth]. Nation 192:20 (May 20, 1961), 443–446.

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357 1961 “The Art of Rackham” [review of] Arthur Rackham: His Life and Work, by Derek Hudson

357 “The Art of Rackham” [review of] Arthur Rackham: His Life and Work, by Derek Hudson. Nation 193:1 (July 1, 1961), 16–17.

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358 1961 “The Glory of Chinese Art” [on The Metropolitan Museum of Art exhibition from the former Chinese Imperial collections]

358 “The Glory of Chinese Art” [on The Metropolitan Museum of Art exhibition from the former Chinese Imperial collections]. Nation 193:11 (Oct. 7, 1961), 230–231.

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359 1961 “Rembrandt and the Bankers” [on the purchase of Rembrandt's “Aristotle Contemplating the Bust of Homer” by The Metropolitan Museum of Art, and the finances and politics of cultural institutions and publishing houses]

359 “Rembrandt and the Bankers” [on the purchase of Rembrandt's “Aristotle Contemplating the Bust of Homer” by The Metropolitan Museum of Art, and the finances and politics of cultural institutions and publishing houses]. Nation 193:20 (Dec. 9, 1961), 474–475.

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360 1961 “Art Books of 1961,” Parts I and II [book reviews]

360 “Art Books of 1961,” Parts I and II [book reviews]. Nation 193:21; 193:22 (Dec. 16; 23, 1961), 493–495; 515–518.

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361 1962 “The Wealth of the Orient” [review of books on Near and Far Eastern art]

361 “The Wealth of the Orient” [review of books on Near and Far Eastern art]. Nation 194:4 (Jan. 27, 1962), 83–85.

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Articles and Reviews
362 1962 “A Collection of Shakespearian Pictures at Stratford, Connecticut: 1956–61”

362 “A Collection of Shakespearian Pictures at Stratford, Connecticut: 1956–61.” Shakespeare Quarterly 13:2 (Spring 1962), 257–258. Illustrated.

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363 1964 “Pavel Tchelitchew: An Unfashionable Painter”

363 “Pavel Tchelitchew: An Unfashionable Painter.” Show 4:3 (March 1964), 22, 26. Illustrated.

Show On Drawing, Painting, Sculpture & Architecture
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364 1964 “Art Books of 1964,” Parts I, II, III [book reviews]

364 “Art Books of 1964,” Parts I, II, III [book reviews]. Nation 199:19; 199:20; 199:21 (Dec. 14; 21; 28, 1964), 470–472; 502–503; 519–522.

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365 1970 “Art Books of 1970,” Parts I and II [book reviews]

365 “Art Books of 1970,” Parts I and II [book reviews]. Nation 211:21; 211:22 (Dec. 21; 28, 1970), 663–664, 666–667; 695, 698.

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366 1972 “Artist and/or Illustrator” [review of] The Wyeths by N.C. Wyeth: The Intimate Correspondence of N.C. Wyeth 1901–1945, edited by Betsy James Wyeth

366 “Artist and/or Illustrator” [review of] The Wyeths by N.C. Wyeth: The Intimate Correspondence of N.C. Wyeth 1901–1945, edited by Betsy James Wyeth. Nation 214:4 (Jan. 24, 1972), 120–122.

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367 1972 “‘Sheer Miracle to the Multitude’” [review of] Prints and People: A Social History of Printed Pictures, by A. Hyatt Mayor

367 “‘Sheer Miracle to the Multitude’” [review of] Prints and People: A Social History of Printed Pictures, by A. Hyatt Mayor. Nation 214:7 (Feb. 14, 1972), 219–220.

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368 1972 “Grab the Seventh Avenue Express to Brooklyn” [review of the Brooklyn Museum exhibition “A Century of American Illustration”]

368 “Grab the Seventh Avenue Express to Brooklyn” [review of the Brooklyn Museum exhibition “A Century of American Illustration”]. New York Times (April 9, 1972), section 2, page 25.

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369 1976 “A. Hyatt Mayor”

369 “A. Hyatt Mayor.” Print Review 6 (1976), 5–11. Illustrated.

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Articles and Reviews
370 1980 “The Animal Himself” [review of] The Face of Lincoln, compiled and edited by James Mellon

370 “The Animal Himself” [review of] The Face of Lincoln, compiled and edited by James Mellon. New York Review of Books 27:13 (Aug. 14, 1980), 3–5, 8.

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371 1985 “Neoclassical Conjury” [on the author's personal collection]

371 “Neoclassical Conjury” [on the author's personal collection]. House & Garden 157:1 (Jan. 1985), 102–109, 186. [Published under the pseudonym “Roger Baum.”]

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372 1987 “Memoir Through Objects” [on the author's personal collection]

372 “Memoir Through Objects” [on the author's personal collection]. House & Garden 159:1 (Jan. 1987), 116–121, 176.

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373 1987 “Drawn to the Past” [on Michael Leonard]

373 “Drawn to the Past” [on Michael Leonard]. House & Garden 159:11 (Nov. 1987), 168–171, 252.

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374 1987 “An American Vision: Three Generations of Wyeth Art” [review of]

374 “An American Vision: Three Generations of Wyeth Art” [review of]. American History Illustrated 22:7 (Nov. 1987), 10–11.

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375 1989 “An American Vision: Three Generations of Wyeth Art” [review of]

375 “An American Vision: Three Generations of Wyeth Art” [review of]. Publishers Weekly 236:3 (July 1989), 58.

Publishers Weekly On Drawing, Painting, Sculpture & Architecture
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376 1990 “Memorial to a Marriage”

376 “Memorial to a Marriage.” Sculpture Review 39:3 (1990), 31.

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377 1990 “Carving out a life,” with E. Jan Nadelman

377 “Carving out a life,” with E. Jan Nadelman. Art & Antiques 7 (April 1990), 94–100.

Art & Antiques On Drawing, Painting, Sculpture & Architecture
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378 1990 “A Tale of Scandal, Sculpture, and Society”

378 “A Tale of Scandal, Sculpture, and Society.” Art & Antiques 7 (April, 1990), 98. Included in “Carving out a life” (377).

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379 1990 “Saint–Gaudens Regilded” [opinion letter to the “Outlooks” column]

379 “Saint–Gaudens Regilded” [opinion letter to the “Outlooks” column]. [New York] Municipal Art Society Newsletter (May–June, 1990), [3].

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380 1996 “Perspective”

380 “Perspective,” ARTnews 95:4 (1996), 152.

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381 1929 “Note” [unsigned]

381 “Note” [unsigned]. Page [4] in An Exhibition of the School of Paris, 1910–1928: March 20 to April 12, 1929. Cambridge, Massachusetts: Harvard Society for Contemporary Art, 1929.

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382 1929 [Notes on the artists, unsigned]. Passim in [Derain, Matisse, Picasso, Despiau]

382 [Notes on the artists, unsigned]. Passim in [Derain, Matisse, Picasso, Despiau:] November Seventh to Twenty-second. Cambridge, Massachusetts: Harvard Society for Contemporary Art, [1929].

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383 1930 “Historical Background” [and notes on the artists; unsigned]

383 “Historical Background” [and notes on the artists; unsigned]. Page [2] and passim in Modern German Art: April 18th through May 10th, 1930. Cambridge, Massachusetts: Harvard Society for Contemporary Art, 1930.

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384 1930 “Introductory Note” [unsigned]

384 “Introductory Note” [unsigned]. Page [2] in Exhibition of American Folk Painting in Connection with the Massachusetts Tercentenary Celebration: October 15 to 31, 1930. Cambridge, Massachusetts: Harvard Society for Contemporary Art, 1930.

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385 1930 “Introductory Note” [and notes on the photographers; unsigned]

385 “Introductory Note” [and notes on the photographers; unsigned]. Page [2] and passim in Photography 1930: November 7 to 29. Cambridge, Massachusetts: Harvard Society for Contemporary Art, 1930.

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386 1930 “Introduction” [and notes on the artists; unsigned]

386 “Introduction” [and notes on the artists; unsigned]. Pages [2–4] and passim in Bauhaus: 1919–1923, Weimar; 1924, Dessau—December 1930–1931 January. Cambridge, Massachusetts: Harvard Society for Contemporary Art, 1930. a. Reprinted (titled “Bauhaus: Introductory Note”), pages [3–5], in Bauhaus: 1919–1923, Weimar; 1924, Dessau—January 10 to February 10. New York: John Becker Gallery, [1931]. b. Reprinted (titled “Bauhaus: Introductory Note”), pages [3–5], in Catalogue of an Exhibition from the Bauhaus, Dessau [sic], Germany: March 13 to March 28, 1931. Chicago: The Arts Club of Chicago, 1931.

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386a 1931 “Bauhaus: Introductory Note”

386 “Introduction” [and notes on the artists; unsigned]. Pages [2–4] and passim in Bauhaus: 1919–1923, Weimar; 1924, Dessau—December 1930–1931 January. Cambridge, Massachusetts: Harvard Society for Contemporary Art, 1930. a. Reprinted (titled “Bauhaus: Introductory Note”), pages [3–5], in Bauhaus: 1919–1923, Weimar; 1924, Dessau—January 10 to February 10. New York: John Becker Gallery, [1931]. b. Reprinted (titled “Bauhaus: Introductory Note”), pages [3–5], in Catalogue of an Exhibition from the Bauhaus, Dessau [sic], Germany: March 13 to March 28, 1931. Chicago: The Arts Club of Chicago, 1931.

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386b 1931 “Bauhaus: Introductory Note”

386 “Introduction” [and notes on the artists; unsigned]. Pages [2–4] and passim in Bauhaus: 1919–1923, Weimar; 1924, Dessau—December 1930–1931 January. Cambridge, Massachusetts: Harvard Society for Contemporary Art, 1930. a. Reprinted (titled “Bauhaus: Introductory Note”), pages [3–5], in Bauhaus: 1919–1923, Weimar; 1924, Dessau—January 10 to February 10. New York: John Becker Gallery, [1931]. b. Reprinted (titled “Bauhaus: Introductory Note”), pages [3–5], in Catalogue of an Exhibition from the Bauhaus, Dessau [sic], Germany: March 13 to March 28, 1931. Chicago: The Arts Club of Chicago, 1931.

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387 1931 “Introductory Note” [and notes on the artists; unsigned]

387 “Introductory Note” [and notes on the artists; unsigned]. Pages [2–3] and passim in England, Ireland, Scotland, Wales, 1890–1930: Painting, Drawing, Sculpture—March 27 through April 18, 1931. Cambridge, Massachusetts: Harvard Society for Contemporary Art, 1931.

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388 1932 “Mural Painting”

388 “Mural Painting.” Pages 7–11 in Murals by American Painters and Photographers. New York: Museum of Modern Art, 1932. a. Reprinted in American Art of the 20's and 30's. New York: Arno Press, for the Museum of Modern Art, 1969. Original pagination retained.

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388a 1969 “Mural Painting”

388 “Mural Painting.” Pages 7–11 in Murals by American Painters and Photographers. New York: Museum of Modern Art, 1932. a. Reprinted in American Art of the 20's and 30's. New York: Arno Press, for the Museum of Modern Art, 1969. Original pagination retained.

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389 1935 “Gaston Lachaise: His Life”

389 “Gaston Lachaise: His Life.” Pages 7–19 in Gaston Lachaise: Retrospective Exhibition, January 30–March 7, 1935, The Museum of Modern Art. New York: Museum of Modern Art, 1935. Illustrated. a. Partially reprinted, pages 31–32, in The Sculpture of Gaston Lachaise, with an essay by Hilton Kramer and appreciations by Hart Crane and others. New York: Eakins Press, 1967. Reissued in reduced format with revisions and updates, 1987. b. Reprinted in Five American Sculptors. New York: Arno Press, for the Museum of Modern Art, 1969. Original pagination retained.

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389a1 1967 “Gaston Lachaise: His Life” [partially reprinted]

389 “Gaston Lachaise: His Life.” Pages 7–19 in Gaston Lachaise: Retrospective Exhibition, January 30–March 7, 1935, The Museum of Modern Art. New York: Museum of Modern Art, 1935. Illustrated. a. Partially reprinted, pages 31–32, in The Sculpture of Gaston Lachaise, with an essay by Hilton Kramer and appreciations by Hart Crane and others. New York: Eakins Press, 1967. Reissued in reduced format with revisions and updates, 1987. b. Reprinted in Five American Sculptors. New York: Arno Press, for the Museum of Modern Art, 1969. Original pagination retained.

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389b 1969 “Gaston Lachaise: His Life”

389 “Gaston Lachaise: His Life.” Pages 7–19 in Gaston Lachaise: Retrospective Exhibition, January 30–March 7, 1935, The Museum of Modern Art. New York: Museum of Modern Art, 1935. Illustrated. a. Partially reprinted, pages 31–32, in The Sculpture of Gaston Lachaise, with an essay by Hilton Kramer and appreciations by Hart Crane and others. New York: Eakins Press, 1967. Reissued in reduced format with revisions and updates, 1987. b. Reprinted in Five American Sculptors. New York: Arno Press, for the Museum of Modern Art, 1969. Original pagination retained.

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389a2 1987 “Gaston Lachaise: His Life” [partially reprinted]

389 “Gaston Lachaise: His Life.” Pages 7–19 in Gaston Lachaise: Retrospective Exhibition, January 30–March 7, 1935, The Museum of Modern Art. New York: Museum of Modern Art, 1935. Illustrated. a. Partially reprinted, pages 31–32, in The Sculpture of Gaston Lachaise, with an essay by Hilton Kramer and appreciations by Hart Crane and others. New York: Eakins Press, 1967. Reissued in reduced format with revisions and updates, 1987. b. Reprinted in Five American Sculptors. New York: Arno Press, for the Museum of Modern Art, 1969. Original pagination retained.

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390 1936 [Statement in the catalogue of an exhibition of the work of Jean Charlot]

390 [Statement in the catalogue of an exhibition of the work of Jean Charlot at the John Levy Gallery, New York City, February–March 1936.]

New York: John Levy Gallery On Drawing, Painting, Sculpture & Architecture
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391 1940 [Statement]

391 [Statement.] Page [2] in Twelve Sculptors. New York: Bonestell Gallery, [1940].

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392 1943 “Introduction”

392 “Introduction.” Pages 7–8 in American Realists and Magic Realists, edited by Dorothy C. Miller and Alfred H. Barr, Jr., with statements by the artists. New York: Museum of Modern Art, 1943.

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393 1943 The Latin-American Collection of the Museum of Modern Art

393 The Latin-American Collection of the Museum of Modern Art. New York: Museum of Modern Art, 1943. 110 pages. Illustrated.

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394 1944 American Battle Painting, 1776–1918

394 American Battle Painting, 1776–1918. Washington, D.C.: National Gallery of Art, Smithsonian Institution/New York: Museum of Modern Art, 1944. 59 pages. Illustrated.

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395 1946 William Rimmer, 1816–1879: Whitney Museum of American Art, New York, November 5–27, 1946; Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, January 7–February 2, 1947

395 William Rimmer, 1816–1879: Whitney Museum of American Art, New York, November 5–27, 1946; Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, January 7–February 2, 1947. [New York: Whitney Museum of American Art], 1946. [44] pages. Illustrated. a. Introductory essay reprinted (titled “William Rimmer: His Life & Art”), pages 685–716, in Massachusetts Review 2:4 (Summer 1961). Illustrated.

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395a 1961 “William Rimmer: His Life & Art”

395 William Rimmer, 1816–1879: Whitney Museum of American Art, New York, November 5–27, 1946; Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, January 7–February 2, 1947. [New York: Whitney Museum of American Art], 1946. [44] pages. Illustrated. a. Introductory essay reprinted (titled “William Rimmer: His Life & Art”), pages 685–716, in Massachusetts Review 2:4 (Summer 1961). Illustrated.

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396 1947 “Gaston Lachaise”

396 “Gaston Lachaise.” Pages 3–7 in Gaston Lachaise 1882–1935: Exhibition January 20–February 15, 1947. New York: M. Knoedler, 1947.

New York: M. Knoedler On Drawing, Painting, Sculpture & Architecture
Museum and Gallery Catalogues and Notes
397 1948 The Sculpture of Elie Nadelman

397 The Sculpture of Elie Nadelman. New York: Museum of Modern Art in collaboration with the Institute of Contemporary Art, Boston, and the Baltimore Museum of Art, 1948. 64 pages. Illustrated. a. Reprinted in Five American Sculptors. New York: Arno Press, for the Museum of Modern Art, 1969. Original pagination retained.

New York: Museum of Modern Art in collaboration with the Institute of Contemporary Art, Boston, and the Baltimore Museum of Art On Drawing, Painting, Sculpture & Architecture
Museum and Gallery Catalogues and Notes
397a 1969 The Sculpture of Elie Nadelman

397 The Sculpture of Elie Nadelman. New York: Museum of Modern Art in collaboration with the Institute of Contemporary Art, Boston, and the Baltimore Museum of Art, 1948. 64 pages. Illustrated. a. Reprinted in Five American Sculptors. New York: Arno Press, for the Museum of Modern Art, 1969. Original pagination retained.

New York: Arno Press, for the Museum of Modern Art On Drawing, Painting, Sculpture & Architecture
Museum and Gallery Catalogues and Notes
398 1949 “Introduction”

398 [Introduction.] Pages 5–16 in Pavel Tchelitchew: Pinturas y Dibujos 1925–1948, translated by María Rosa Oliver. Buenos Aires: Instituto de Arte Moderno, August 1949.

Buenos Aires: Instituto de Arte Moderno On Drawing, Painting, Sculpture & Architecture
Museum and Gallery Catalogues and Notes
399 1949 “Henry McBride”

399 “Henry McBride.” Pages [7–30] in To Honor Henry McBride: An Exhibition of Paintings, Drawings and Water Colours, November 29–December 17, 1949. New York: M. Knoedler Galleries, 1949. a. Reprinted (titled “A Quasi-Preface: Henry McBride”), pages 3–16, in The Flow of Art: Essays and Criticisms of Henry McBride, selected, with an introduction, by Daniel Catton Rich. New York: Atheneum, 1975. b. Reprinted, pages 3–16, in The Flow of Art: Essays and Criticisms of Henry McBride, selected, with an introduction, by Daniel Catton Rich, with a foreword by Hilton Kramer. New Haven: Yale University Press, 1997.


New York: M. Knoedler Galleries On Drawing, Painting, Sculpture & Architecture
Museum and Gallery Catalogues and Notes
399a 1975 “A Quasi-Preface: Henry McBride”

399 “Henry McBride.” Pages [7–30] in To Honor Henry McBride: An Exhibition of Paintings, Drawings and Water Colours, November 29–December 17, 1949. New York: M. Knoedler Galleries, 1949. a. Reprinted (titled “A Quasi-Preface: Henry McBride”), pages 3–16, in The Flow of Art: Essays and Criticisms of Henry McBride, selected, with an introduction, by Daniel Catton Rich. New York: Atheneum, 1975. b. Reprinted, pages 3–16, in The Flow of Art: Essays and Criticisms of Henry McBride, selected, with an introduction, by Daniel Catton Rich, with a foreword by Hilton Kramer. New Haven: Yale University Press, 1997.

New York: Atheneum On Drawing, Painting, Sculpture & Architecture
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399b 1997 “A Quasi-Preface: Henry McBride”

399 “Henry McBride.” Pages [7–30] in To Honor Henry McBride: An Exhibition of Paintings, Drawings and Water Colours, November 29–December 17, 1949. New York: M. Knoedler Galleries, 1949. a. Reprinted (titled “A Quasi-Preface: Henry McBride”), pages 3–16, in The Flow of Art: Essays and Criticisms of Henry McBride, selected, with an introduction, by Daniel Catton Rich. New York: Atheneum, 1975. b. Reprinted, pages 3–16, in The Flow of Art: Essays and Criticisms of Henry McBride, selected, with an introduction, by Daniel Catton Rich, with a foreword by Hilton Kramer. New Haven: Yale University Press, 1997.

New Haven: Yale University Press On Drawing, Painting, Sculpture & Architecture
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400 1950 [Statement]

400 [Statement.] pages [2–3] in Symbolic Realism: April 3rd to 22nd, 1950. New York: Edwin Hewitt Gallery, 1950.

New York: Edwin Hewitt Gallery On Drawing, Painting, Sculpture & Architecture
Museum and Gallery Catalogues and Notes
401 1950 “Drawings by John Wilde”

401 “Drawings by John Wilde” [unsigned]. Pages [2–3] in Drawings by John Wilde: May 15th thru June 3rd, 1950, Edwin Hewett Gallery. New York: Edwin Hewett Gallery, 1950.

New York: Edwin Hewett Gallery On Drawing, Painting, Sculpture & Architecture
Museum and Gallery Catalogues and Notes
402 1950 “American Symbolic Realism”

402 “American Symbolic Realism.” Pages 3–6 in Symbolic Realism in American Painting 1940 –1950: July 18–August 18, 1950. London: Institute of Contemporary Arts, 1950.

London: Institute of Contemporary Arts On Drawing, Painting, Sculpture & Architecture
Museum and Gallery Catalogues and Notes
403 1961 [Statement]

403 [Statement.] Page 11 in Kobashi: Recent Sculpture by Yasuhide Kobashi at Allan Stone, 18 East 82nd Street, New York City, March 1st–25th, 1961. New York: Allan Stone, 1961.

New York: Allan Stone On Drawing, Painting, Sculpture & Architecture
Museum and Gallery Catalogues and Notes
404 1964 “Pavel Tchelitchew”

404 “Pavel Tchelitchew.” Pages 7–47 in Pavel Tchelitchew: An Exhibition in the Gallery of Modern Art, 20 March through 19 April 1964. New York: Gallery of Modern Art, 1964. Illustrated.

New York: Gallery of Modern Art On Drawing, Painting, Sculpture & Architecture
Museum and Gallery Catalogues and Notes
405 1966 “Foreword”

405 “Foreword.” Page [3] in First Exhibition: James Wyeth; Paintings—November 29–December 23, 1966, M. Knoedler & Co. New York: M. Knoedler, 1966.

New York: M. Knoedler On Drawing, Painting, Sculpture & Architecture
Museum and Gallery Catalogues and Notes
406 1969 “The Taste of Napoleon”

406 “The Taste of Napoleon.” Pages 7–30 in The Taste of Napoleon: A Loan Exhibition Sponsored by the Society of Fellows, William Rockhill Nelson Gallery of Art, Mary Atkins Museum of Fine Arts, October 2, 1969–November 16, 1969. Issued as The Nelson Gallery and Atkins Museum Bulletin 4:10 (1969).

The Nelson Gallery and Atkins Museum Bulletin On Drawing, Painting, Sculpture & Architecture
Museum and Gallery Catalogues and Notes
407 1972 “Newell Convers Wyeth 1882–1945”

407 “Newell Convers Wyeth 1882–1945.” Pages [1–2] in N.C. Wyeth. Chadds Ford, Pennsylvania: Brandywine River Museum, [1972].

Chadds Ford, Pennsylvania: Brandywine River Museum On Drawing, Painting, Sculpture & Architecture
Museum and Gallery Catalogues and Notes
408 1972 “Yasuhide Kobashi”

408 “Yasuhide Kobashi.” Pages [5–6] in The Dance: Similes & Metaphors—Kobashi. New York: The Library & Museum of the Performing Arts—The New York Public Library at Lincoln Center, [1972].

New York: New York Public Library at Lincoln Center On Drawing, Painting, Sculpture & Architecture
Museum and Gallery Catalogues and Notes
409 1987 “A Collector's View”

409 “A Collector's View” [two columns, n.p.], in Impressions of a New Civilization: The Lincoln Kirstein Collection of Japanese Prints (1860–1912), brochure of the exhibition, with an introduction by Julia Meech-Pekarik [curator]. Santa Fe, New Mexico: Museum of Fine Arts, May 1987.

Santa Fe, New Mexico: Museum of Fine Arts On Drawing, Painting, Sculpture & Architecture
Museum and Gallery Catalogues and Notes
410 1934 “Photography in the United States”

410 “Photography in the United States.” Pages 84–90 in Art in America in Modern Times, edited by Holger Cahill and Alfred H. Barr, Jr. New York: Reynal & Hitchcock, 1934. Illustrated.

New York: Reynal & Hitchcock On Photography
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411 1938 “Photographs of America: Walker Evans”

411 “Photographs of America: Walker Evans.” Pages 189–198 in Walker Evans: American Photographs. New York: Museum of Modern Art, 1938. a. Reprinted, pages 187–195, in Walker Evans: American Photographs. New York: Museum of Modern Art, [revised edition, 1962]. b. Reprinted, pages 183–192, in Walker Evans: American Photographs. New York: East River Press, 1975. c. Reissued as 50th Anniversary Edition by Museum of Modern Art, New York, and New York Graphic Society Books, Boston, 1988. d. Reprinted, pages [223]–235, in By With To & From (568).

New York: Museum of Modern Art On Photography
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411a 1962 “Photographs of America: Walker Evans”

411 “Photographs of America: Walker Evans.” Pages 189–198 in Walker Evans: American Photographs. New York: Museum of Modern Art, 1938. a. Reprinted, pages 187–195, in Walker Evans: American Photographs. New York: Museum of Modern Art, [revised edition, 1962]. b. Reprinted, pages 183–192, in Walker Evans: American Photographs. New York: East River Press, 1975. c. Reissued as 50th Anniversary Edition by Museum of Modern Art, New York, and New York Graphic Society Books, Boston, 1988. d. Reprinted, pages [223]–235, in By With To & From (568).

New York: Museum of Modern Art On Photography
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411b 1975 “Photographs of America: Walker Evans”

411 “Photographs of America: Walker Evans.” Pages 189–198 in Walker Evans: American Photographs. New York: Museum of Modern Art, 1938. a. Reprinted, pages 187–195, in Walker Evans: American Photographs. New York: Museum of Modern Art, [revised edition, 1962]. b. Reprinted, pages 183–192, in Walker Evans: American Photographs. New York: East River Press, 1975. c. Reissued as 50th Anniversary Edition by Museum of Modern Art, New York, and New York Graphic Society Books, Boston, 1988. d. Reprinted, pages [223]–235, in By With To & From (568).

New York: East River Press On Photography
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411c 1988 “Photographs of America: Walker Evans”

411 “Photographs of America: Walker Evans.” Pages 189–198 in Walker Evans: American Photographs. New York: Museum of Modern Art, 1938. a. Reprinted, pages 187–195, in Walker Evans: American Photographs. New York: Museum of Modern Art, [revised edition, 1962]. b. Reprinted, pages 183–192, in Walker Evans: American Photographs. New York: East River Press, 1975. c. Reissued as 50th Anniversary Edition by Museum of Modern Art, New York, and New York Graphic Society Books, Boston, 1988. d. Reprinted, pages [223]–235, in By With To & From (568).

New York: Museum of Modern Art; Boston: New York Graphic Society Books On Photography
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411d 1991 “Photographs of America: Walker Evans”

411 “Photographs of America: Walker Evans.” Pages 189–198 in Walker Evans: American Photographs. New York: Museum of Modern Art, 1938. a. Reprinted, pages 187–195, in Walker Evans: American Photographs. New York: Museum of Modern Art, [revised edition, 1962]. b. Reprinted, pages 183–192, in Walker Evans: American Photographs. New York: East River Press, 1975. c. Reissued as 50th Anniversary Edition by Museum of Modern Art, New York, and New York Graphic Society Books, Boston, 1988. d. Reprinted, pages [223]–235, in By With To & From (568).

New York: Farrar, Straus & Giroux On Photography
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412 1947 “Henri Cartier-Bresson: Documentary Humanist”

412 “Henri Cartier-Bresson: Documentary Humanist.” Pages 7–11 in The Photographs of Henri Cartier-Bresson, texts by Lincoln Kirstein and Beaumont Newhall. New York: Museum of Modern Art, 1947. a. Reprinted, pages [245]–253, in By With To & From (568).

New York: Museum of Modern Art On Photography
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412a 1991 “Henri Cartier-Bresson: Documentary Humanist”

412 “Henri Cartier-Bresson: Documentary Humanist.” Pages 7–11 in The Photographs of Henri Cartier-Bresson, texts by Lincoln Kirstein and Beaumont Newhall. New York: Museum of Modern Art, 1947. a. Reprinted, pages [245]–253, in By With To & From (568).

New York: Farrar, Straus & Giroux On Photography
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413 1963 “Henri Cartier-Bresson”

413 “Henri Cartier-Bresson.” Pages [3–10] in Photographs by Cartier-Bresson, with introductions by Lincoln Kirstein, Beaumont Newhall. New York: Grossman, 1963.

New York: Grossman On Photography
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414 1966 “Foreword” and “A Note on the Photographer”

414 “Foreword” and “A Note on the Photographer.” Pages 5–11 and 53–55 in The Hampton Album: 44 Photographs by Frances B. Johnston from an Album of Hampton Institute. New York: Museum of Modern Art, 1966.

New York: Museum of Modern Art On Photography
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415 1969 “W. Eugene Smith—Success or Failure: Art or History”

415 “W. Eugene Smith—Success or Failure: Art or History.” Pages [127–141] in W. Eugene Smith: His Photographs and Notes. New York: Aperture, 1969. Issued as Aperture 14:3 and 14:4, and separately as a Special Museum of Modern Art Edition.

New York: Aperture On Photography
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416 1932 “Exhibition Notes: Photography” [Man Ray, Moholy-Nagy, Edward Weston, Alfred Stieglitz, George Platt Lynes, and others]

416 “Exhibition Notes: Photography” [Man Ray, Moholy-Nagy, Edward Weston, Alfred Stieglitz, George Platt Lynes, and others]. Arts Weekly 1:2 (March 18, 1932), 27–28.

Arts Weekly On Photography
Articles and Reviews
417 1933 “Walker Evans’ photographs of Victorian architecture”

417 “Walker Evans’ photographs of Victorian architecture,” Museum of Modern Art Bulletin 1:4 (Dec. 1933), 4.

Museum of Modern Art Bulletin On Photography
Articles and Reviews
418 1946 “Comment” [introduction to the issue Cecil Beaton]

418 “Comment” [introduction to the issue Cecil Beaton]. Dance Index 5:8 (Aug. 1946), 183.

Dance Index On Photography
Articles and Reviews
419 1947 “Artist with a Camera” [Henri Cartier-Bresson]

419 “Artist with a Camera” [Henri Cartier-Bresson]. New York Times Magazine (Feb. 2, 1947), 12–13. Illustrated.

New York Times Magazine On Photography
Articles and Reviews
420 1959 “The Scope of Photography” [review of] Picture History of Photography, by Peter Pollack; Masters of Modern Photography, edited by Beaumont and Nancy Newhall; U.S. Camera 1959, edited by Tom Maloney; Once upon a City, edited by Grace Mayer

420 “The Scope of Photography” [review of] Picture History of Photography, by Peter Pollack; Masters of Modern Photography, edited by Beaumont and Nancy Newhall; U.S. Camera 1959, edited by Tom Maloney; Once upon a City, edited by Grace Mayer. Nation 188:16 (April 18, 1959), 347–349.


Nation On Photography
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421 1971 “Metaphors of Motion” [review of] Cartier-Bresson's France: 285 Photographs by Henri Cartier-Bresson, text by François Nourissier

421 “Metaphors of Motion” [review of] Cartier-Bresson's France: 285 Photographs by Henri Cartier-Bresson, text by François Nourissier. Nation 212:11 (March 15, 1971), 345–346.

Nation On Photography
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422 1972 “Walt Whitman & Thomas Eakins: A Poet's and a Painter's Camera-Eye”

422 “Walt Whitman & Thomas Eakins: A Poet's and a Painter's Camera-Eye.” Aperture 16:3 (1972), [38–64]. Illustrated.

Aperture On Photography
Articles and Reviews
423 1972 “Aid and Comfort to Eakins” [review of] The Photographs of Thomas Eakins, by Gordon Hendricks

423 “Aid and Comfort to Eakins” [review of] The Photographs of Thomas Eakins, by Gordon Hendricks. Nation 214:20 (May 15, 1972), 630–632.

Nation On Photography
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424 1976 “The United States of Henri Cartier-Bresson”

424 “The United States of Henri Cartier-Bresson.” Pages 4–6 in Coup d'Oeil Américain, by Henri Cartier-Bresson. Issued as Camera 1976:7 (July 1976).

Camera On Photography
Articles and Reviews
425 1989 “Walker Evans: American Photographs” [excerpts from “Photographs of America: Walker Evans” (411)]

425 “Walker Evans: American Photographs” [excerpts from “Photographs of America: Walker Evans” (411)]. USA Today: The Magazine of the American Scene 117:2526 (March 1989), 54–59. Illustrated.

USA Today: The Magazine of the American Scene On Photography
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426 1960 [Statement]

426 [Statement.] Pages [2–3] in George Platt Lynes: Portraits (1931–52); July 15–August 28, 1960, The Art Institute of Chicago Gallery of Photography. Chicago: The Art Institute, 1960. a. Reprinted with title “Portraits,” page 79, in George Platt Lynes, Photographs, 1931–1955, by Jack Woody. Los Angeles: Twelvetrees Press, 1981; 2nd edition, 1983. b. Reprinted, n.p., in Portrait: The Photographs of George Platt Lynes, 1927–1955. Santa Fe, New Mexico: Twin Palms, 1994.

Chicago: The Art Institute On Photography
Exhibition Notes
426a 1981 “Portraits”

426 [Statement.] Pages [2–3] in George Platt Lynes: Portraits (1931–52); July 15–August 28, 1960, The Art Institute of Chicago Gallery of Photography. Chicago: The Art Institute, 1960. a. Reprinted with title “Portraits,” page 79, in George Platt Lynes, Photographs, 1931–1955, by Jack Woody. Los Angeles: Twelvetrees Press, 1981; 2nd edition, 1983. b. Reprinted, n.p., in Portrait: The Photographs of George Platt Lynes, 1927–1955. Santa Fe, New Mexico: Twin Palms, 1994.

Los Angeles: Twelvetrees Press On Photography
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426b 1994 [Statement]

426 [Statement.] Pages [2–3] in George Platt Lynes: Portraits (1931–52); July 15–August 28, 1960, The Art Institute of Chicago Gallery of Photography. Chicago: The Art Institute, 1960. a. Reprinted with title “Portraits,” page 79, in George Platt Lynes, Photographs, 1931–1955, by Jack Woody. Los Angeles: Twelvetrees Press, 1981; 2nd edition, 1983. b. Reprinted, n.p., in Portrait: The Photographs of George Platt Lynes, 1927–1955. Santa Fe, New Mexico: Twin Palms, 1994.

Santa Fe, New Mexico: Twin Palms On Photography
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427 1976 “Richard Benson”

427 “Richard Benson.” Pages [3–4] in Richard Benson: An Exhibition of Palladium Prints, October 6–October 30, 1976. New York: Washburn Gallery, 1976.

New York: Washburn Gallery On Photography
Exhibition Notes
428 1932 “Films: The Road to Life” [Soviet film]

428 “Films: The Road to Life” [Soviet film]. Arts Weekly 1:1 (March 11, 1932), 13–14. Illustrated.

Arts Weekly On Film
Articles and Reviews
429 1932 “Films: The News Reels”

429 “Films: The News Reels.” Arts Weekly 1:2 (March 18, 1932), 35.

Arts Weekly On Film
Articles and Reviews
430 1932 “Films: Experimental Films” [Fernand Léger, Man Ray, Lynn Riggs, Jay Leyda, Miguel Covarrubias, and others]

430 “Films: Experimental Films” [Fernand Léger, Man Ray, Lynn Riggs, Jay Leyda, Miguel Covarrubias, and others]. Arts Weekly 1:3 (March 25, 1932), 52, 62. Illustrated.

Arts Weekly On Film
Articles and Reviews
431 1932 “Film Chronicle: James Cagney and the American Hero”

431 “Film Chronicle: James Cagney and the American Hero.” Hound & Horn 5:3 (April/June 1932), 465–467. Illustrated. a. Reprinted in Hound & Horn: Essays on Cinema. New York: Arno Press, 1972. Original pagination retained. b. Reprinted as "James Cagney and the American Hero,” pages [275]–277, in By With To & From (568).

Hound & Horn On Film
Articles and Reviews
431a 1972 “Film Chronicle: James Cagney and the American Hero”

431 “Film Chronicle: James Cagney and the American Hero.” Hound & Horn 5:3 (April/June 1932), 465–467. Illustrated. a. Reprinted in Hound & Horn: Essays on Cinema. New York: Arno Press, 1972. Original pagination retained. b. Reprinted as "James Cagney and the American Hero,” pages [275]–277, in By With To & From (568).

New York: Arno Press On Film
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431b 1991 “James Cagney and the American Hero”

431 “Film Chronicle: James Cagney and the American Hero.” Hound & Horn 5:3 (April/June 1932), 465–467. Illustrated. a. Reprinted in Hound & Horn: Essays on Cinema. New York: Arno Press, 1972. Original pagination retained. b. Reprinted as "James Cagney and the American Hero,” pages [275]–277, in By With To & From (568).

New York: Farrar, Straus & Giroux On Film
In Books
432 1932 “Films: The Average” [Hell Divers with Clark Gable and Wallace Beery; Tempest with Emil Jannings; Jean de la Lune with Madeleine Renaud and Michel Simon; the Soviet films Cossacks of the Don and The Red Commander's Bride]

432 “Films: The Average” [Hell Divers with Clark Gable and Wallace Beery; Tempest with Emil Jannings; Jean de la Lune with Madeleine Renaud and Michel Simon; the Soviet films Cossacks of the Don and The Red Commander's Bride]. Arts Weekly 1:4 (April 2, 1932), 78.

Arts Weekly On Film
Articles and Reviews
433 1932 “Films” [Arnold Franck's Avalanche with Sepp Rish; The Crowd Roars with James Cagney and Joan Blondell; Johnny Weissmuller as Tarzan]

433 “Films” [Arnold Franck's Avalanche with Sepp Rish; The Crowd Roars with James Cagney and Joan Blondell; Johnny Weissmuller as Tarzan]. Arts Weekly 1:5 (April 9, 1932), 102. Illustrated.

Arts Weekly On Film
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434 1932 “Films” [Ernst Lubitsch's One Hour with You with Maurice Chevalier; Der Raub der Mona Lisa; Eisenstein's Romance Sentimentale]

434 “Films” [Ernst Lubitsch's One Hour with You with Maurice Chevalier; Der Raub der Mona Lisa; Eisenstein's Romance Sentimentale]. Arts Weekly 1:6 (April 16, 1932), 131. Illustrated.

Arts Weekly On Film
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435 1932 “Films: Grand Hotel” [Greta Garbo, John Barrymore]

435 “Films: Grand Hotel” [Greta Garbo, John Barrymore]. Arts Weekly 1:7 (April 23, 1932), 149–150. Illustrated.

Arts Weekly On Film
Articles and Reviews
436 1932 “Films: Que Viva Méjico!” [Eisenstein]

436 “Films: Que Viva Méjico!” [Eisenstein]. Arts Weekly 1:8 (April 30, 1932), 176, 178–179. Illustrated. a. Reprinted as "Eisenstein: ¡Que Viva México!” pages [278]–283, in By With To & From (568).

Arts Weekly On Film
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436a 1991 “Eisenstein: ¡Que Viva México!

436 “Films: Que Viva Méjico!” [Eisenstein]. Arts Weekly 1:8 (April 30, 1932), 176, 178–179. Illustrated. a. Reprinted as "Eisenstein: ¡Que Viva México!” pages [278]–283, in By With To & From (568).

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437 1932 “Films: Movie Magazines”

437 “Films: Movie Magazines.” Arts Weekly 1:9 (May 7, 1932), 198–199, 201–202.

Arts Weekly On Film
Articles and Reviews
438 1932 “Books and Characters” [review of Grand Hotel, The Wet Parade and The Congress Dances]

438 “Books and Characters” [review of Grand Hotel, The Wet Parade and The Congress Dances]. Boston Evening American (May 27, 1932), 17.

Boston Evening American On Film
Articles and Reviews
439 1936 “Dancing in Films”

439 “Dancing in Films.” New Theatre 3:9 (Sept. 1936), 11–13. Illustrated.

New Theatre On Film
Articles and Reviews
440 1939 “TAC Magazine” [review of the magazine of the Theatre Arts Committee]

440 “TAC Magazine” [review of the magazine of the Theatre Arts Committee]. Films 1:1 (Nov. 1939), 111–112.

Films On Film
Articles and Reviews
441 1940 “Film Problems of the Quarter: History in American Films—Gone with the Wind” [John Ford, Marcel L'Herbier, Anatole Litvak, Max Glass, Eisenstein, and others]

441 “Film Problems of the Quarter: History in American Films—Gone with the Wind” [John Ford, Marcel L'Herbier, Anatole Litvak, Max Glass, Eisenstein, and others]. Films 1:2 (Spring 1940), 61–67.

Films On Film
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442 1940 “Comment” [editors’ note]

442 “Comment” [editors’ note]. Films 1:2 (Spring 1940), 95–97.

Films On Film
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443 1945 “French Films during the Occupation”

443 “French Films during the Occupation.” Museum of Modern Art Bulletin 12:3 (Jan. 1945), 16–20. Illustrated.

Museum of Modern Art Bulletin On Film
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444 1962 “Marilyn Monroe: 1926–1962”

444 “Marilyn Monroe: 1926–1962.” Nation 195:4 (Aug. 25, 1962), 70–73. a. Reprinted, pages [301]–308, in By With To & From (568).

Nation On Film
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444a 1991 “Marilyn Monroe: 1926–1962”

444 “Marilyn Monroe: 1926–1962.” Nation 195:4 (Aug. 25, 1962), 70–73. a. Reprinted, pages [301]–308, in By With To & From (568).

New York: Farrar, Straus & Giroux On Film
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445 1968 “War and Peace” [letter on Robert Hatch's review of the Soviet film version of Tolstoy's novel]

445 “War and Peace” [letter on Robert Hatch's review of the Soviet film version of Tolstoy's novel]. Nation 206:22 (May 27, 1968), 682.

Nation On Film
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446 1969 “Movie Review” [letter on Vanessa Redgrave's performance in Karel Reisz’ The Loves of Isadora]

446 “Movie Review” [letter on Vanessa Redgrave's performance in Karel Reisz’ The Loves of Isadora]. Life 66:18 (May 9, 1969), 24?.

Life On Film
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447 1939 “Those Remarkable Russians”

447 “Those Remarkable Russians.” Pages 1–15 in Post-Caviar: Barnstorming with Russian Grand Opera, edited by Merle Armitage. New York and Toronto: Longmans, Green, 1939.

New York and Toronto: Longmans, Green On Music & Drama
In Books
448 1960 “On Producing ‘A Midsummer Night's Dream’”

448 “On Producing ‘A Midsummer Night's Dream.’” Pages 16–27 in A Midsummer Night's Dream, by William Shakespeare, edited by Charles Jasper Sisson. New York: Dell, 1960. (The Laurel Shakespeare) a. Reprinted, pages [290]–300, in By With To & From (568).

New York: Dell On Music & Drama
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448a 1991 “On Producing ‘A Midsummer Night's Dream’”

448 “On Producing ‘A Midsummer Night's Dream.’” Pages 16–27 in A Midsummer Night's Dream, by William Shakespeare, edited by Charles Jasper Sisson. New York: Dell, 1960. (The Laurel Shakespeare) a. Reprinted, pages [290]–300, in By With To & From (568).

New York: Farrar, Straus & Giroux On Music & Drama
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449 1932 “Theatre Chronicle: Hamlet [Shakespeare], Mourning Becomes Electra [O'Neill]”

449 “Theatre Chronicle: Hamlet [Shakespeare], Mourning Becomes Electra [O'Neill].” Hound & Horn 5:2 (Jan./March 1932), 278–282.

Hound & Horn On Music & Drama
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450 1932 “Books and Characters” [review of Mozart, by Marcia Davenport]

450 “Books and Characters” [review of Mozart, by Marcia Davenport]. Boston Evening American (April 8, 1932), 25.

Boston Evening American On Music & Drama
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451 1932 “Books and Characters” [review of The Stage Is Set, by Lee Simonson]

451 “Books and Characters” [review of The Stage Is Set, by Lee Simonson]. Boston Evening American (Dec. 16, 1932), 10.

Boston Evening American On Music & Drama
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452 1941 “A Visit to Manuel de Falla”

452 “A Visit to Manuel de Falla.” New York Herald Tribune (Oct. 12, 1941), section 6, pages 6–7.

New York Herald Tribune On Music & Drama
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453 1942 “Drama: ‘The Furies’ at Fordham” [Aeschylus’ Eumenides]

453 “Drama: ‘The Furies’ at Fordham” [Aeschylus’ Eumenides]. Nation 154:14 (April 4, 1942), 405–406.

Nation On Music & Drama
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454 1951 “Menotti's ‘The Consul’”

454 “Menotti's ‘The Consul.’” Opera 2:4 (March 1951), 175.

Opera On Music & Drama
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455 1952 “Television Opera in the U.S.A.”

455 “Television Opera in the U.S.A.” Opera 3:4 (April 1952), 198.

Opera On Music & Drama
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456 1954 “Repertory: Policy for the Repeatable” [New York City Opera]

456 “Repertory: Policy for the Repeatable” [New York City Opera]. Center 1:3 (April/May 1954), 2–5. Illustrated.

Center On Music & Drama
Articles and Reviews
457 1954 “Stratford on Another Avon: Canada's Shakespeare Festival”

457 “Stratford on Another Avon: Canada's Shakespeare Festival.” Center 1:5 (Aug./Sept. 1954), 6–8. Illustrated.

Center On Music & Drama
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458 1954 “Menotti: The Giants in Bleecker Street”

458 “Menotti: The Giants in Bleecker Street.” Center 1:7 (Dec. 1954), 3–8. Illustrated.

Center On Music & Drama
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459 1955 “Shakespeare and Theatre of Style”

459 “Shakespeare and Theatre of Style.” Center 2:2 (April 1955), 12–16. Illustrated.

Center On Music & Drama
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460 1955 “Shakespeare Festival Theater” [letter on the American Shakespeare Theatre, Stratford, Connecticut]

460 “Shakespeare Festival Theater” [letter on the American Shakespeare Theatre, Stratford, Connecticut]. Nation 181:8 (Aug. 20, 1955), 164.

Nation On Music & Drama
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461 1957 “The Future of American Opera”

461 “The Future of American Opera.” Atlantic Monthly 199:3 (March 1957), 50–55.

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462 1957 “Pictures from an Album”

462 “Pictures from an Album.” High Fidelity 7:6 (June 1957, Stravinsky Seventy-fifth Birthday Issue), 36–41. Illustrated.

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463 1957 “Igor Stravinsky”

463 “Igor Stravinsky.” Nation 184:24 (June 15, 1957), 530–533.

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464 1957 “Letter from Canada” [Stratford, Ontario, Shakespeare Festival]

464 “Letter from Canada” [Stratford, Ontario, Shakespeare Festival]. Nation 185:13 (Oct. 26, 1957), 288–290.

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465 1958 “Aristocrat of the Theatre” [review of] The Theatre of Robert Edmond Jones, edited and with a chronology by Ralph Pendleton

465 “Aristocrat of the Theatre” [review of] The Theatre of Robert Edmond Jones, edited and with a chronology by Ralph Pendleton. Nation 186:12 (March 22, 1958), 260–261.

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466 1960 “About Japan's Grand Kabuki”

466 “About Japan's Grand Kabuki.” New York Herald Tribune (May 29, 1960), section 4, pages 1–2. Illustrated.

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467 1960 “Purity through the Will” [review of] Memories and Commentaries, by Igor Stravinsky and Robert Craft

467 “Purity through the Will” [review of] Memories and Commentaries, by Igor Stravinsky and Robert Craft. Nation 191:11 (Oct. 8, 1960), 233–234.

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468 1963 “First Night Minneapolis” [review of the opening productions of the Tyrone Guthrie Theatre, Hamlet and Molière's The Miser]

468 “First Night Minneapolis” [review of the opening productions of the Tyrone Guthrie Theatre, Hamlet and Molière's The Miser]. Nation 196:21 (May 25, 1963), 437–438,

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469 1972 [Review of] “Music and Musical Life in Soviet Russia: 1917–1970, by Boris Schwarz”

469 [Review of] “Music and Musical Life in Soviet Russia: 1917–1970, by Boris Schwarz.” New York Times Book Review (April 16, 1972), 7, 16, 18. Illustrated.

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470 1960 “Foreword”

470 “Foreword.” Pages [5–9] in Kabuki, designed and directed by Karl Leabo. New York: Program Publishing Company, 1960.

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471 1966 Bunraku

471 Bunraku. New York: Dunetz and Lovett, 1966. 24 pages. Illustrated.

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472 1968 “Gratitude from an Advisee: S.F.D. 1926”

472 “Gratitude from an Advisee: S.F.D. 1926.” Pages 19–20 in A Birthday Garland for S. Foster Damon: Tributes Collected in Honor of His Seventy-fifth Birthday, February 22, 1968, edited by Alvin Hirsch Rosenfeld and Barton Levi St. Armand. Providence, Rhode Island: Brown University, 1968.

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473 1975 “Introduction”

473 [Introduction.] Pages [3–10] in From an Album of Autograph Tributes Honoring W. McNeil Lowry for His Unique Services to the Humanities and the Arts: The Ford Foundation, October 1953–December 1974. New York: [Eakins Press Foundation], 1975.

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474 1975 “Postscript: Wystan at War”

474 “Postscript: Wystan at War.” Pages 130–133 (with “Siegfriedslage,” pages 128–130) in W.H. Auden: A Tribute, edited by Stephen Spender. New York: Macmillan, 1975. a. Also issued by George Weidenfeld and Nicolson, London, 1975.

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474a 1975 “Postscript: Wystan at War”

474 “Postscript: Wystan at War.” Pages 130–133 (with “Siegfriedslage,” pages 128–130) in W.H. Auden: A Tribute, edited by Stephen Spender. New York: Macmillan, 1975. a. Also issued by George Weidenfeld and Nicolson, London, 1975.

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475 1982 “Foreword: Hound & Horn Forty-eight years after”

475 “Foreword: Hound & Horn Forty-eight years after.” Pages xi–xx in The Hound & Horn Letters, edited by Mitzi Berger Hamovitch. Athens: The University of Georgia Press, 1982. Also includes Lincoln Kirstein letters. a. Reprinted as "Forty-eight Years After: Hound & Horn," pages [20]–30, in By With To & From (568).

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475a 1991 “Forty-eight Years After: Hound & Horn

475 “Foreword: Hound & Horn Forty-eight years after.” Pages xi–xx in The Hound & Horn Letters, edited by Mitzi Berger Hamovitch. Athens: The University of Georgia Press, 1982. Also includes Lincoln Kirstein letters. a. Reprinted as "Forty-eight Years After: Hound & Horn," pages [20]–30, in By With To & From (568).

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476 1992 Puss in Boots

476 Puss in Boots, retold by Lincoln Kirstein, with illustrations by Alain Vaës. Boston: Little, Brown, 1992. [32] pages.

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477 1927 “Idolator of Idosyncrasy” [review of] William Blake, by Osbert Burdett

477 “Idolator of Idosyncrasy” [review of] William Blake, by Osbert Burdett. Harvard Advocate 113:5 (Jan. 1927), 40–41.

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478 1927 [Review of] “Astrolabe: Infinitudes and Hypocrisies, by S. Foster Damon”

478 [Review of] “Astrolabe: Infinitudes and Hypocrisies, by S. Foster Damon.” Crimson Bookshelf 3:7 (April 11, 1927), 3–4.

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479 1927 [Review of] “The Marionette, by Edwin Muir”

479 [Review of] “The Marionette, by Edwin Muir.” Crimson Bookshelf 3:8 (May 16, 1927), 4.

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480 1927 “Meanwhile” [review of] Meanwhile: The Picture of a Lady, by H.G. Wells

480 “Meanwhile” [review of] Meanwhile: The Picture of a Lady, by H.G. Wells. Hound & Horn 1:1 (Sept. 1927), 58–60.

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481 1927 “The Swell Guy” [review of] Trinc: A Book of Poems, by H. Phelps Putnam

481 “The Swell Guy” [review of] Trinc: A Book of Poems, by H. Phelps Putnam. Hound & Horn 1:2 (Dec. 1927), 164–167.

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482 1928 [Review of] “The Oxford Book of American Verse, chosen and edited by Bliss Carman”

482 [Review of] “The Oxford Book of American Verse, chosen and edited by Bliss Carman.” Hound & Horn 1:3 (March 1928), 278–279.

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483 1928 [Review of] “In the Beginning, by Norman Douglas”

483 [Review of] “In the Beginning, by Norman Douglas.” Hound & Horn 1:4 (June 1928), 377–378.

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484 1928 [Review of] “The Exile, edited by Ezra Pound: Number 3, Spring 1928”

484 [Review of] “The Exile, edited by Ezra Pound: Number 3, Spring 1928.” Hound & Horn 1:4 (June 1928), 382–384.

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485 1928 “Notes for an Ingenious Freshman”

485 “Notes for an Ingenious Freshman.” Harvard Advocate 115:1 (Oct. 1928), 28–30.

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486 1929 [Review of] “transition: An International Quarterly for Creative Experiment, edited by Eugene Jolas and Robert Sage: Numbers 13–14, Summer and Fall 1928”

486 [Review of] “transition: An International Quarterly for Creative Experiment, edited by Eugene Jolas and Robert Sage: Numbers 13–14, Summer and Fall 1928.” Hound & Horn 2:2 (Jan./March 1929), 197–198.

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487 1929 [Review of] “Collected Poems, by A.E. Coppard”

487 [Review of] “Collected Poems, by A.E. Coppard.” Hound & Horn 2:3 (April/June 1929), 316.

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488 1929 [Review of] “Ah the Delicate Passion, by Elizabeth Hall Yates”

488 [Review of] “Ah the Delicate Passion, by Elizabeth Hall Yates.” Harvard Crimson 95:77 (May 22, 1929), 2.

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489 1931 “To Yell with Hale” [letter correcting reference to Hound & Horn by W.H. Hale]

489 “To Yell with Hale” [letter correcting reference to Hound & Horn by W.H. Hale]. New Republic 67 (No. 860, May 27, 1931), 48.

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490 1931 “Roughrider, Muckraker, Gangster” [review of] The Martial Spirit: A Study of Our War with Spain, by Walter Millis; The Autobiography of Lincoln Steffens; The One-Way Ride: The Red Trail of Chicago Gangland from Prohibition to Jake Lingle, by Walter Noble Burns; Al Capone: The Biography of a Self-made Man, by Fred D. Pasley; Al Capone: On the Spot, Graphic Arts Corporation; Exposed: Stories the Papers Dare Not Print, Exposed Publishing Company; Dawn, by Theodore Dreiser

490 “Roughrider, Muckraker, Gangster” [review of] The Martial Spirit: A Study of Our War with Spain, by Walter Millis; The Autobiography of Lincoln Steffens; The One-Way Ride: The Red Trail of Chicago Gangland from Prohibition to Jake Lingle, by Walter Noble Burns; Al Capone: The Biography of a Self-made Man, by Fred D. Pasley; Al Capone: On the Spot, Graphic Arts Corporation; Exposed: Stories the Papers Dare Not Print, Exposed Publishing Company; Dawn, by Theodore Dreiser. Hound & Horn 5:1 (Oct./Dec. 1931), 147–160.

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491 1932 “Books and Characters: Authors and Publishers” [publishing politics and economics]

491 “Books and Characters: Authors and Publishers” [publishing politics and economics]. Boston Evening American (Feb. 26, 1932), 8.

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492 1932 “Books and Characters” [review of Sand in My Shoes, by Katharine Ripley; Falmouth for Orders and By Way of Cape Horn, by A.J. Villiers; Once a Grand Duke, by Grand Duke Alexander]

492 “Books and Characters” [review of Sand in My Shoes, by Katharine Ripley; Falmouth for Orders and By Way of Cape Horn, by A.J. Villiers; Once a Grand Duke, by Grand Duke Alexander]. Boston Evening American (March 4, 1932), 13.

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493 1932 “Trotsky Puts Russia in New Light: History of Revolution Dispels Conception of Soviets as Bomb Tossing Peasants” [review of History of the Russian Revolution, by Leon Trotsky]

493 “Trotsky Puts Russia in New Light: History of Revolution Dispels Conception of Soviets as Bomb Tossing Peasants” [review of History of the Russian Revolution, by Leon Trotsky]. Boston Evening American (March 11, 1932), 15.

Boston Evening American On Literature, History, Politics & Other Subjects
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494 1932 “Books and Characters” [review of Black Elk Speaks, by Black Elk as told to John G. Neihardt, and 1919, by John Dos Passos]

494 “Books and Characters” [review of Black Elk Speaks, by Black Elk as told to John G. Neihardt, and 1919, by John Dos Passos]. Boston Evening American (March 18, 1932), 21.

Boston Evening American On Literature, History, Politics & Other Subjects
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495 1932 “Arms and Men” [review of] Conquistador, by Archibald MacLeish

495 “Arms and Men” [review of] Conquistador, by Archibald MacLeish. Hound & Horn 5:3 (April/June 1932), 484–492.

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496 1932 “Books and Characters” [review of Thrust at the Sky, by MacKnight Black, and Conquistador, by Archibald MacLeish]

496 “Books and Characters” [review of Thrust at the Sky, by MacKnight Black, and Conquistador, by Archibald MacLeish]. Boston Evening American (April 1, 1932), 10.

Boston Evening American On Literature, History, Politics & Other Subjects
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497 1932 “Books and Characters” [on the extraordinary quality of the commonplace]

497 “Books and Characters” [on the extraordinary quality of the commonplace]. Boston Evening American (April 15, 1932), 11.

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498 1932 “Books and Characters” [review of Midsummer Night Madness, by Seán O'Faoláin, and discussion of Edward Garnett as publisher's reader]

498 “Books and Characters” [review of Midsummer Night Madness, by Seán O'Faoláin, and discussion of Edward Garnett as publisher's reader]. Boston Evening American (April 22, 1932), 23.

Boston Evening American On Literature, History, Politics & Other Subjects
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499 1932 “Books and Characters” [on best-seller lists, 1921–1931]

499 “Books and Characters” [on best-seller lists, 1921–1931]. Boston Evening American (April 29, 1932), 10.

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500 1932 “Books and Characters” [review of Carl Schurz, by Claude Moore Fuess; The Life of Emerson, by Van Wyck Brooks; Convicting the Innocent, by Edwin M. Borchard, and five other titles]

500 “Books and Characters” [review of Carl Schurz, by Claude Moore Fuess; The Life of Emerson, by Van Wyck Brooks; Convicting the Innocent, by Edwin M. Borchard, and five other titles]. Boston Evening American (May 6, 1932), 25.

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501 1932 “Books and Characters” [review of The Story of My Life, by Clarence Darrow]

501 “Books and Characters” [review of The Story of My Life, by Clarence Darrow]. Boston Evening American (May 13, 1932), 21.

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502 1932 “Books and Characters” [on the economics and sociology of the Depression, with a review of Lee of Virginia, by William E. Brooks]

502 “Books and Characters” [on the economics and sociology of the Depression, with a review of Lee of Virginia, by William E. Brooks]. Boston Evening American (May 20, 1932), 27.

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503 1932 “Hounds and Horns” [letter responding to Granville Hicks’ review of Flesh Is Heir, signed Lincoln E. Kirstein, A. Hyatt Mayor, Bernard Bandler, II]

503 “Hounds and Horns” [letter responding to Granville Hicks’ review of Flesh Is Heir, signed Lincoln E. Kirstein, A. Hyatt Mayor, Bernard Bandler, II]. New Republic 71 (No. 912, May 25, 1932), 48–49.

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504 1932 “Books and Characters” [review of Modern Architecture, by Henry Russell Hitchcock; Modern Architects and The International Style: Architecture Since 1928, by Henry Russell Hitchcock and Philip Johnson]

504 “Books and Characters” [review of Modern Architecture, by Henry Russell Hitchcock; Modern Architects and The International Style: Architecture Since 1928, by Henry Russell Hitchcock and Philip Johnson]. Boston Evening American (June 3, 1932), 19.

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505 1932 “Books and Characters” [review of My Life, by Leon Trotsky]

505 “Books and Characters” [review of My Life, by Leon Trotsky]. Boston Evening American (June 10, 1932), 16.

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506 1932 “Books and Characters” [review of The Oxford History of the United States: 1787–1917, by Samuel Eliot Morison]

506 “Books and Characters” [review of The Oxford History of the United States: 1787–1917, by Samuel Eliot Morison]. Boston Evening American (June 24, 1932), 25.

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507 1932 “Books and Characters” [review of Toward Soviet America, by William Z. Foster, and Against Revolution, by Gilbert Seldes]

507 “Books and Characters” [review of Toward Soviet America, by William Z. Foster, and Against Revolution, by Gilbert Seldes]. Boston Evening American (July 1, 1932), 11.

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508 1932 “Books and Characters” [on the Democratic National Convention in Chicago]

508 “Books and Characters” [on the Democratic National Convention in Chicago]. Boston Evening American (July 8, 1932), 17.

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509 1932 “Art and the Leisure Class” [letter responding to Granville Hicks’ comments on Hound & Horn, signed Bernard Bandler, Lincoln Kirstein, A. Hyatt Mayor]

509 “Art and the Leisure Class” [letter responding to Granville Hicks’ comments on Hound & Horn, signed Bernard Bandler, Lincoln Kirstein, A. Hyatt Mayor]. New Republic 71 (No. 919, July 13, 1932), 238.

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510 1932 “Books and Characters” [on war, with a review of Jeb Stuart, by John W. Thomason]

510 “Books and Characters” [on war, with a review of Jeb Stuart, by John W. Thomason]. Boston Evening American (July 15, 1932), 13.

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511 1932 “Books and Characters” [review of Bolshevism: Theory and Practice, by Waldemar Gurian]

511 “Books and Characters” [review of Bolshevism: Theory and Practice, by Waldemar Gurian]. Boston Evening American (July 22, 1932), 15.

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512 1932 “Books and Characters” [review of American Heresy, by Christopher Hollis]

512 “Books and Characters” [review of American Heresy, by Christopher Hollis]. Boston Evening American (Aug. 5, 1932), 16.

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513 1932 “Books and Characters” [review of Beware of Imitations!, compiled from the records of the United States Patent Office by A.E. Brown and H.A. Jeffcott, Jr.]

513 “Books and Characters” [review of Beware of Imitations!, compiled from the records of the United States Patent Office by A.E. Brown and H.A. Jeffcott, Jr.]. Boston Evening American (Aug. 12, 1932), 18.

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514 1932 “Books and Characters” [on the novel, and Tolstoy's War and Peace]

514 “Books and Characters” [on the novel, and Tolstoy's War and Peace]. Boston Evening American (Aug. 26, 1932), 17.

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515 1932 “Books and Characters” [on writing for films, and the filmscript of Hemingway's Farewell to Arms]

515 “Books and Characters” [on writing for films, and the filmscript of Hemingway's Farewell to Arms]. Boston Evening American (Sept. 2, 1932), 15.

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516 1932 “Books and Characters” [on American humor, with a review of Who's Hooey—Nitwiticisms of the Notable, compiled by Arthur Zipser and George Novack]

516 “Books and Characters” [on American humor, with a review of Who's Hooey—Nitwiticisms of the Notable, compiled by Arthur Zipser and George Novack]. Boston Evening American (Sept. 16, 1932), 17.

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517 1932 “Books and Characters” [review of Liberation of American Literature, by V.F. Calverton]

517 “Books and Characters” [review of Liberation of American Literature, by V.F. Calverton]. Boston Evening American (Sept. 30, 1932), 9.

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518 1932 “The A-minus Mind” [review of] Challenge to Defeat, by William Harlan Hale

518 “The A-minus Mind” [review of] Challenge to Defeat, by William Harlan Hale. Hound & Horn 6:1 (Oct./Dec. 1932), 161–165.

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519 1932 “Sitting Bull Good Character Even in Life, Book Reveals” [review of Sitting Bull: Champion of the Sioux, by Stanley Vestal]

519 “Sitting Bull Good Character Even in Life, Book Reveals” [review of Sitting Bull: Champion of the Sioux, by Stanley Vestal]. Boston Evening American (Oct. 7, 1932), 16.

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520 1932 “Books and Characters” [review of A Man Must Fight, by Gene Tunney]

520 “Books and Characters” [review of A Man Must Fight, by Gene Tunney]. Boston Evening American (Oct. 14, 1932), 29.

Boston Evening American On Literature, History, Politics & Other Subjects
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521 1932 “Books and Characters” [review of The End of the World, by Geoffrey Dennis]

521 “Books and Characters” [review of The End of the World, by Geoffrey Dennis]. Boston Evening American (Oct. 21, 1932), 13

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522 1932 “Books and Characters” [review of God's Angry Man, by Leonard Ehrlich]

522 “Books and Characters” [review of God's Angry Man, by Leonard Ehrlich]. Boston Evening American (Oct. 28, 1932), 24.

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523 1932 “Books and Characters” [review of The War Begins: 1909–1914, by Mark Sullivan]

523 “Books and Characters” [review of The War Begins: 1909–1914, by Mark Sullivan]. Boston Evening American (Nov. 4, 1932), 15.

Boston Evening American On Literature, History, Politics & Other Subjects
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524 1932 “Books and Characters” [on the national election]

524 “Books and Characters” [on the national election]. Boston Evening American (Nov. 11, 1932), 36.

Boston Evening American On Literature, History, Politics & Other Subjects
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525 1932 “Books and Characters” [review of Extraordinary Popular Delusions and the Madness of Crowds, by Charles MacKay]

525 “Books and Characters” [review of Extraordinary Popular Delusions and the Madness of Crowds, by Charles MacKay]. Boston Evening American (Nov. 25, 1932), 17.

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526 1932 “Books and Characters” [review of Homer's Odyssey, translated by T.E. Lawrence]

526 “Books and Characters” [review of Homer's Odyssey, translated by T.E. Lawrence]. Boston Evening American (Dec. 9, 1932), 39.

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527 1932 “Books and Characters” [on Herman Melville]

527 “Books and Characters” [on Herman Melville]. Boston Evening American (Dec. 23, 1932), 10.

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528 1933 “The Canon of Death” [review of] Death in the Afternoon, by Ernest Hemingway

528 “The Canon of Death” [review of] Death in the Afternoon, by Ernest Hemingway. Hound & Horn 6:2 (Jan./March 1933), 336–341. a. Reprinted, pages 59–65, in Ernest Hemingway: The Man and His Work, edited by John K.M. McCaffery. New York: World Publishing Company, 1950. Reissued by Cooper Square Publishers, New York, 1969. b. Reprinted as "Hemingway's Canon of Death," pages [284]–289, in By With To & From (568).

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528a1 1950 “The Canon of Death"

528 “The Canon of Death” [review of] Death in the Afternoon, by Ernest Hemingway. Hound & Horn 6:2 (Jan./March 1933), 336–341. a. Reprinted, pages 59–65, in Ernest Hemingway: The Man and His Work, edited by John K.M. McCaffery. New York: World Publishing Company, 1950. Reissued by Cooper Square Publishers, New York, 1969. b. Reprinted as "Hemingway's Canon of Death," pages [284]–289, in By With To & From (568).

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528a2 1969 “The Canon of Death”

528 “The Canon of Death” [review of] Death in the Afternoon, by Ernest Hemingway. Hound & Horn 6:2 (Jan./March 1933), 336–341. a. Reprinted, pages 59–65, in Ernest Hemingway: The Man and His Work, edited by John K.M. McCaffery. New York: World Publishing Company, 1950. Reissued by Cooper Square Publishers, New York, 1969. b. Reprinted as "Hemingway's Canon of Death," pages [284]–289, in By With To & From (568).

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528b 1991 “Hemingway's Canon of Death”

528 “The Canon of Death” [review of] Death in the Afternoon, by Ernest Hemingway. Hound & Horn 6:2 (Jan./March 1933), 336–341. a. Reprinted, pages 59–65, in Ernest Hemingway: The Man and His Work, edited by John K.M. McCaffery. New York: World Publishing Company, 1950. Reissued by Cooper Square Publishers, New York, 1969. b. Reprinted as "Hemingway's Canon of Death," pages [284]–289, in By With To & From (568).

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529 1933 “New York Letter” [E.E. Cummings, Archibald MacLeish, Common Sense, Uday Shan-Kar, Radio City, Fokine, Lachaise, and others]

529 “New York Letter” [E.E. Cummings, Archibald MacLeish, Common Sense, Uday Shan-Kar, Radio City, Fokine, Lachaise, and others]. New English Weekly 2:20 (March 2, 1933), 461–462.

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530 1933 “Fair Harvard” [review of] Not to Eat, Not for Love, by George Anthony Weller

530 “Fair Harvard” [review of] Not to Eat, Not for Love, by George Anthony Weller. Saturday Review of Literature 9:40 (April 22, 1933), 549.

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531 1933 “Virginia Letter” [Washington, D.C., Thomas Jefferson, the University of Virginia, Robert E. Lee]

531 “Virginia Letter” [Washington, D.C., Thomas Jefferson, the University of Virginia, Robert E. Lee]. New English Weekly 3:7 (June 1, 1933), 159–161.

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532 1934 “The Cream of the Crop” [review of] No More Trumpets and Other Stories, by George Milburn; Winner Take Nothing, by Ernest Hemingway; The First Wife and Other Stories, by Pearl S. Buck; After Such Pleasures, by Dorothy Parker; The Best British Short Stories of 1933, edited by Edward J. O'Brien; A Footnote to Youth, by José Garcia Villa

532 “The Cream of the Crop” [review of] No More Trumpets and Other Stories, by George Milburn; Winner Take Nothing, by Ernest Hemingway; The First Wife and Other Stories, by Pearl S. Buck; After Such Pleasures, by Dorothy Parker; The Best British Short Stories of 1933, edited by Edward J. O'Brien; A Footnote to Youth, by José Garcia Villa. Virginia Quarterly Review 10:1 (Jan. 1934), 145–148.

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533 1934 “‘T.E. “Lawrence”’” [review of] Colonel Lawrence: The Man Behind the Legend, by Basil Liddell Hart

533 “‘T.E. “Lawrence”’” [review of] Colonel Lawrence: The Man Behind the Legend, by Basil Liddell Hart. New Republic 78 (No. 1011, April 18, 1934), 279–280. a. Reprinted, pages [325]–329, in By With To & From (568).

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533a 1991 “‘T.E. “Lawrence”’”

533 “‘T.E. “Lawrence”’” [review of] Colonel Lawrence: The Man Behind the Legend, by Basil Liddell Hart. New Republic 78 (No. 1011, April 18, 1934), 279–280. a. Reprinted, pages [325]–329, in By With To & From (568).

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534 1934 “A Century of Progress: 1833–1934” [Chicago World's Fair]

534 “A Century of Progress: 1833–1934” [Chicago World's Fair]. Nation 138 (No. 3598, June 20, 1934), 695–697.

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535 1934 “Permanence and the Present” [review of] Before Disaster, by Yvor Winters, and Horizons of Death, by Norman Macleod

535 “Permanence and the Present” [review of] Before Disaster, by Yvor Winters, and Horizons of Death, by Norman Macleod. New Republic 81 (No. 1042, Nov. 21, 1934), 53–54.

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536 1934 “Harvard and Hanfstängl” [letter on an anti-German demonstration]

536 “Harvard and Hanfstängl” [letter on an anti-German demonstration]. Nation 139 (No. 3622, Dec. 5, 1934), 648–649.

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537 1934 “The Hound & Horn, 1927–1934; With a Letter from Varian Fry as a Note”

537 “The Hound & Horn, 1927–1934; With a Letter from Varian Fry as a Note.” Harvard Advocate 121:2 (Christmas 1934), 6–10, 92–94.

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538 1935 “First Poems” [review of] Permit Me Voyage, by James Agee, and Avalanche of April, by Kimball Flaccus

538 “First Poems” [review of] Permit Me Voyage, by James Agee, and Avalanche of April, by Kimball Flaccus. New Republic 82 (No. 1056, Feb. 27, 1935), 80–81.

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539 1935 “Death of Heroes” [review of] Vienna, by Stephen Spender

539 “Death of Heroes” [review of] Vienna, by Stephen Spender. Direction 1:3 (April/June 1935), 151–152.

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540 1937 “Memoirs of a Diplomat” [review of] The Memoirs of Sir Ronald Storrs

540 “Memoirs of a Diplomat” [review of] The Memoirs of Sir Ronald Storrs. Nation 145:23 (Dec. 4, 1937), 620.

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541 1938 “The English” [review of] Helen's Tower, by Harold Nicolson

541 “The English” [review of] Helen's Tower, by Harold Nicolson. Nation 146:10 (March 5, 1938), 277–278.

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542 1938 “Grass Roots” [review of] Whitman, by Newton Arvin

542 “Grass Roots” [review of] Whitman, by Newton Arvin. Nation 147:20 (Nov. 12, 1938), 513–514.

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543 1939 [Review of] “The Letters of T.E. Lawrence, edited by David Garnett”

543 [Review of] “The Letters of T.E. Lawrence, edited by David Garnett.” Nation 149:2 (July 8, 1939), 47–48.

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544 1939 “Poets under Fire” [review of] Journey to a War, by W.H. Auden and Christopher Isherwood

544 “Poets under Fire” [review of] Journey to a War, by W.H. Auden and Christopher Isherwood. Nation 149:6 (Aug. 5, 1939), 151–152.

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545 1941 “Infra Dig” [review of] New Directions 1940, edited by James Laughlin, and Twice a Year, V–VI, edited by Dorothy Norman

545 “Infra Dig” [review of] New Directions 1940, edited by James Laughlin, and Twice a Year, V–VI, edited by Dorothy Norman. Accent 1:3 (Spring 1941), 183–185.

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546 1942 “Argentine Afternoon” [visits with María Rosa Oliver and Victoria Ocampo during American Ballet Caravan South American tour]

546 “Argentine Afternoon” [visits with María Rosa Oliver and Victoria Ocampo during American Ballet Caravan South American tour]. Town & Country 97 (No. 4232, Jan. 1942), 34–35, 72–73. Illustrated.

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547 1943 “Poet and Prophet” [review of] South American Journey, by Waldo Frank

547 “Poet and Prophet” [review of] South American Journey, by Waldo Frank. New Republic 108:26 (June 28, 1943), 866–867.

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548 1944 “Recent Latin American Novels” [review of] The Bay of Silence, by Eduardo Mallea; Sunburst, by Mauricio Magdaleno; The Horse and His Shadow, by Enrique Amorim; The Golden Serpent, by Ciro Alegría; Canapé-Vert, by Pierre Marcelin and Philippe Thoby-Marcelin

548 “Recent Latin American Novels” [review of] The Bay of Silence, by Eduardo Mallea; Sunburst, by Mauricio Magdaleno; The Horse and His Shadow, by Enrique Amorim; The Golden Serpent, by Ciro Alegría; Canapé-Vert, by Pierre Marcelin and Philippe Thoby-Marcelin. New Republic 110:17 (April 24, 1944), 574, 576, 578.

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549 1944 “Paris Alive: The Republic of Silence” by Jean-Paul Sartre, translated by Lincoln Kirstein

549 “Paris Alive: The Republic of Silence,” by Jean-Paul Sartre, translated by Lincoln Kirstein. Atlantic Monthly 174:6 (Dec. 1944), 39–40.

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550 1945 “Letter from France”

550 “Letter from France.” Nation 160:4 (Jan. 27, 1945), 102–106.

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551 1945 “A Visit to Der Stuermer” [Julius Streicher]

551 “A Visit to Der Stuermer” [Julius Streicher]. Nation 160:26 (June 30, 1945), 722–723.

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552 1945 “Presence de France” [anthology including Valéry, Max Jacob, Giraudoux, Cocteau, Gide, Mauriac, Louis Jouvet, and others], edited and translated by Lincoln Kirstein

552 “Presence de France” [anthology including Valéry, Max Jacob, Giraudoux, Cocteau, Gide, Mauriac, Louis Jouvet, and others], edited and translated by Lincoln Kirstein. Sewanee Review 53:3 (Oct. 1945), 586–608.

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553 1959 “Common Sense without Pity” [review of] The Temple of the Golden Pavilion, by Yukio Mishima; Zen and Japanese Culture, by Daisetz T. Suzuki; Japan: Ancient Buddhist Paintings, UNESCO World Art Series; Beat Zen, Square Zen, & Zen, by Alan W. Watts

553 “Common Sense without Pity” [review of] The Temple of the Golden Pavilion, by Yukio Mishima; Zen and Japanese Culture, by Daisetz T. Suzuki; Japan: Ancient Buddhist Paintings, UNESCO World Art Series; Beat Zen, Square Zen, & Zen, by Alan W. Watts. Nation 189:4 (Aug. 15, 1959), 76–78.

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554 1959 “Echoes from a Buddhist Temple” [letter responding to Nancy Wilson Ross’ objections to “Common Sense without Pity”]

554 “Echoes from a Buddhist Temple” [letter responding to Nancy Wilson Ross’ objections to “Common Sense without Pity”]. Nation 189:4 (Nov. 14, 1959), facing 341.

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555 1961 “The New Augustan Age” [on the inauguration of President John F. Kennedy]

555 “The New Augustan Age” [on the inauguration of President John F. Kennedy]. Nation 192:5 (Feb. 4, 1961), 106–108. a. Reprinted, pages [330]–337, in By With To & From (568).

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555a 1991 “The New Augustan Age”

555 “The New Augustan Age” [on the inauguration of President John F. Kennedy]. Nation 192:5 (Feb. 4, 1961), 106–108. a. Reprinted, pages [330]–337, in By With To & From (568).

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556 1962 “Letter from Seattle” [Seattle World's Fair]

556 “Letter from Seattle” [Seattle World's Fair]. Nation 194:14 (April 7, 1962), 315–319.

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557 1965 “Carl Van Vechten (1880–1964)”

557 “Carl Van Vechten (1880–1964).” Yale University Library Gazette 39:4 (April 1965), 156–162. Illustrated. a. Reprinted as "Carl Van Vechten: 1880–1964," pages [31]–37, in By With To & From (568).

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557a 1991 “Carl Van Vechten: 1880–1964”

557 “Carl Van Vechten (1880–1964).” Yale University Library Gazette 39:4 (April 1965), 156–162. Illustrated. a. Reprinted as "Carl Van Vechten: 1880–1964," pages [31]–37, in By With To & From (568).

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558 1966 “Newbold Morris: 1902–1966”

558 “Newbold Morris: 1902–1966.” Dance News 48:5 (May 1966), 4. Illustrated.

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559 1970 “A Prison of Possibility” [review of] Inside the Third Reich: Memoirs by Albert Speer, translated by Richard and Clara Winston

559 “A Prison of Possibility” [review of] Inside the Third Reich: Memoirs by Albert Speer, translated by Richard and Clara Winston. Nation 211:7 (Sept. 14, 1970), 216–217.

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560 1974 “Marriage of Poetry and Painting” [review of] The Illuminated Blake, annotated by David V. Erdman

560 “Marriage of Poetry and Painting” [review of] The Illuminated Blake, annotated by David V. Erdman. Nation 219:16 (Nov. 16, 1974), 503–504.

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561 1980 “Gurdjieff” [letter to the editor]

561 “Gurdjieff” [letter to the editor], Times Literary Supplement (No. 4031, June 27, 1980), 734.

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562 1981 “The Eyes of Ez” [review of] Ezra Pound and the Visual Arts, edited by Harriet Zinnes, and Ezra Pound and His World, by Peter Ackroyd

562 “The Eyes of Ez” [review of] Ezra Pound and the Visual Arts, edited by Harriet Zinnes, and Ezra Pound and His World, by Peter Ackroyd. New York Review of Books 28:7 (April 30, 1981), 3, 6.

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563 1981 “Lincoln Shelter” [review of] Lincoln Center: The Building of an Institution, by Edgar Young

563 “Lincoln Shelter” [review of] Lincoln Center: The Building of an Institution, by Edgar Young. New York Review of Books 28:13 (Aug. 13, 1981), 8, 10, 12–13.

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564 1981 “Uncle Wil the Wizard” [review of] W.H. Auden: A Biography, by Humphrey Carpenter

564 “Uncle Wil the Wizard” [review of] W.H. Auden: A Biography, by Humphrey Carpenter. New York Review of Books 28:20 (Dec. 17, 1981), 53–56. a. Reprinted as "W.H. Auden—Uncle Wiz," pages [309]–322, in By With To & From (568).

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564a 1991 “W.H. Auden—Uncle Wiz”

564 “Uncle Wil the Wizard” [review of] W.H. Auden: A Biography, by Humphrey Carpenter. New York Review of Books 28:20 (Dec. 17, 1981), 53–56. a. Reprinted as "W.H. Auden—Uncle Wiz," pages [309]–322, in By With To & From (568).

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565 1987 “Provocateur” [review of] The Young Pobble's Guide to His Toes and The Gavin Ewart Show: Selected Poems, 1939–1985, by Gavin Ewart

565 “Provocateur” [review of] The Young Pobble's Guide to His Toes and The Gavin Ewart Show: Selected Poems, 1939–1985, by Gavin Ewart. New York Review of Books 34:1 (Jan. 29, 1987), 35–36.

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566 1988 “The Art of Fine Tuning,” with Steve Reich and Peter Brook

566 “The Art of Fine Tuning,” with Steve Reich and Peter Brook. Parabola. 13:2 (May 1988), 50.

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567 1987 Quarry: A Collection in Lieu of Memoirs

567 Quarry: A Collection in Lieu of Memoirs. [Photographs by Jerry Thompson.] Pasadena, California: Twelvetrees Press, 1987. 111 [10] pages.

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568 1991 By With To & From: A Lincoln Kirstein Reader

568 By With To & From: A Lincoln Kirstein Reader, edited by Nicholas Jenkins. New York: Farrar, Straus & Giroux, 1991. xxi, 423 pages. Illustrated.

New York: Farrar, Straus & Giroux Memoir
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569 1994 Mosaic: Memoirs

569 Mosaic: Memoirs. New York: Farrar, Straus & Giroux, 1994. [xiv], [270] pages. Illustrated.

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570 1982 “Crane and Carlsen: A Memoir, 1926–1934”

570 “Crane and Carlsen: A Memoir, 1926–1934.” Raritan 1:3 (Winter 1982), 6–40. a. Reprinted as "Carlsen, Crane," pages [38]–71, in By With To & From (568).

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570a 1991 “Carlsen, Crane”

570 “Crane and Carlsen: A Memoir, 1926–1934.” Raritan 1:3 (Winter 1982), 6–40. a. Reprinted as "Carlsen, Crane," pages [38]–71, in By With To & From (568).

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571 1982 “Loomis: A Memoir”

571 “Loomis: A Memoir.” Raritan 2:1 (Summer 1982), 5–40. a. Reprinted, pages 222–253, in Raritan Reading, edited by Richard Poirier. New Brunswick, New Jersey: Rutgers University Press, 1990.

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571a 1990 “Loomis: A Memoir”

571 “Loomis: A Memoir.” Raritan 2:1 (Summer 1982), 5–40. a. Reprinted, pages 222–253, in Raritan Reading, edited by Richard Poirier. New Brunswick, New Jersey: Rutgers University Press, 1990.

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572 1982 “A Memoir: At the Prieuré des Basses Loges, Fontainebleau”

572 “A Memoir: At the Prieuré des Basses Loges, Fontainebleau.” Raritan 2:2 (Fall 1982), 35–50.

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573 1983 “A Memoir: The Education”

573 “A Memoir: The Education.” Raritan 2:3 (Winter 1983), 27–65.

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574 1986 “Conversation with Kirstein (I; II)”

574 “Conversation with Kirstein (I; II).” Profile, by W. McNeil Lowry. The New Yorker 62:43 (Dec. 15, 1986), 44–48, 51–52, 56–57. 59–62, 71–74, 76–80; 62:44 (Dec. 22, 1986), 37–40, 43–44, 48–56, 58–63.

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575 1991 “Boston: Frames and Outlines”

575 “Boston: Frames and Outlines.” Pages [3]–16 in By With To & From (568).

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