Author: MacLEISH, Archibald
México City: 1963.
Reprint. Staplebound. This is a reading copy reproduced for a reading and discussion by Archibald MacLeish at the Mexican North American Cultural Institute in Mexico more
MACLEISH, Archibald. ADDRESS BY ARCHIBALD MACLEISH BEFORE THE AMERICAN LIBRARY ASSOCIATION. Milwaukee, June 26, 1942. Nine pages, typed, stapled. The address first risks upsetting his more
MACLEISH, Archibald. Typed Letter Signed. One page, on Librarian of Congress stationery, Washington, DC, July 3, 1944. To Bernice Kaufman, wife of playwright George S. more
Greenfield, MA: Greenfield Community College, 1982.
Eight pp booklet outlining the events for the celebration of the life of Archibald MacLeish in his 90th and final year. A fine copy printed more
Boston: Houghton Mifflin, 1941.
210 pages. 8vo, tan cloth. Some pages uncut. Boston: Houghton Mifflin Company, 1941. Some very light staining to end pages. Dust wrapper shows some wear more
MacLEISH, Archibald. LIBRARIES IN THE CONTEMPORARY CRISIS. Address by Archibald MacLeish, Librarian of Congress, at Carnegie Institute, Pittsburgh, PA, on Founders' Day, October 19, 1939. more
MACLEISH, Archibald. THE LOVE OF THIS LAND. Keynote Address Delivered at Opening Session of the Freedom Forum, Marking the 40th Anniversary of Anti-Defamation League of more
Urbana, Illinois: University of Illinois, 1950.
First edition. viii, 52pp. 1 vols. 12mo. Inscribed to Allen Tate. Fine association copy, inscribed from one Consultant in Poetry to the Library of Congress more
MacLEISH, ARCHIBALD. Actfive and other Poems. New York, . 63 p. Cloth-backed boards. Very good. First edition. A presentation copy, inscribed by MacLeish: "Dear Robert: more
MACLEISH, Archibald. TYPED LETTER, SIGNED. A single sheet, 10 1/2 x 7 1/4," imprinted with MacLeish's letterhead, and dated July 22 (without a year, but more
A black and white photograph of MacLeish taken while he was speaking to an audience. In a head and shoulders view, he is wearing a more
NY: Duell, Sloan and Pearce, 1940.
NY: Duell, Sloan and Pearce, 1940. Hardcover. First edition, first prnt. Inscribed by MacLeish on the front free endpage. "For Al Abrams Archibald MacLeish Conway more
Washington, D.C: The Cosmos Club, 1977.
First edition. Single sheet folded once to create 4 pages. Includes a citation, black and white photograph of MacLeish and a brief biographical sketch. A more
Washington: Library of Congress, 1976.
broadside printed on both sides, folded twice for mailing. Announcement for March 29, 1976 reading. Contains MacLeish's poem "Captivity of the fly" more
MacLEISH, Archibald. AMERICA WAS PROMISES. NY: Duell, Sloan & Pearce, . Sm. 8vo., blue cloth, lacks dust jacket. First Edition. Signed by MacLeish on front more
MacLEISH, Archibald. SONGS FOR EVE. Boston: Houghton, Mifflin, 1954. 8vo., decorative cloth in glassine dust jacket & cardboard slipcase. Limited Edition (number unknown). Signed by more
Boston, MA: Houghton Mifflin Company, 1958.
Fourth printing. Hardcover. Pulitzer Prize winning play. An ex-library copy with some notations and some damage to the endpapers and some staining to the boards. more
MACLEISH, Archibald. CONQUISTADOR. Boston: Houghton Mifflin Company, [printed at the] Riverside Press, Cambridge, 1932. First edition. Folding map. [viii],114 pp. Octavo, red cloth, title to more
Washington, DC: Civil War Centennial Commission, 1962.
Buff wrappers. (4pp). Fine. Handsome first edition and likely the sole separate printing of this celebratory work that appears in "New & Collected Poems." This more
New York: Farrar & Rinehart, Inc, 1937.
First Edition. Hardcover. First broadcast by the CBS on April 11, 1937; Orson Welles played the Announcer and cast included Burgess Meredith. Short introductory essay more