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Carl Sandburg at a press conference
Carl Sandburg seated in a chair in Washington, D.C. and turned to face the camera. In the background is a fire in a fireplace. A typed caption above the photograph reads: "Poet Carl Sandburg is shown at a press conference 10/28 at which he said he was a beatnik long before most of the present-day bearded coffee-house types ever got out of diapers. Sandburg, 81, said he anticipated the beatniks for several years and told newsmen that some of his best poems -- among them 'Jazz Fantasia' -- are beatnik." photograph dated 28 October 1959.
Carl Sandburg's wife Lilian Paula
Lilian Paula Sandburg. Labeled: "Photograph by Wm A. Smith --Piersville--PA"
Carl Sandburg bust
photograph labeled: "Bronze--Carl Sandburg by Yarnall--photograph by Lawrence LePage."
Carl Sandburg with cap and neckerchief
Carl Sandburg wearing cap and neckerchief. "Photograph by Donald F. Knapp--Buckfield Lane--Greenwich, Conn."
Andre Kostelanetz and his wife in Hawaii under a tree
Andre Kostelanetz and his wife holding a camera standing by a tree in Hawaii which Carl Sandburg and Lilian Paula Sandburg planted. On the back of the photograph, in Carl's writing, is written, "Paula - The Banyan tree we planted - Kostelanetz [sic] [and] his wife = Carl". Photograph taken by Masao Miyamoto.
Richard Finnegan, Kathryn Lewis, and Mary Doughertz
Richard Finnegan standing arm and arm with Kathryn Lewis on one side and Mary [Doughertz?] on the other. On back says, "To Carl--Taken the day of the luncheon meeting of Author's society…" Dated 20 May 1950.
Carl Sandburg sitting at desk
Carl Sandburg sitting at desk with ornate wallpaper and window in background. From "CBS Reports Carl Sandburg--Lincoln's Prairie Years". Dated 19 January 1962.
Mounted. Architecture--facade of building.
Carl Sandburg and wife with goat
Carl Sandburg and Lilian Paula Sandburg with goat. Labeled: "Courtesy--The Progressive Farmer."
Carl Sandburg looking out over the yard from the front porch of Connemara. Labeled "by Lorraine Reed--1957." Photograph by Edward Steichen.
"Carl Sandburg with his Poems and Songs" performance poster
Broadside. "Carl Sandburg with his Poems and Songs." Wednesday Eve., February 27th. 8.15 O'Clock. Paul Elder Gallery. 239 Post Street. Admission - $1.00. Tickets at Paul Elder's, Gelber - Lilienthal's and Sherman, Clay & Co.
Sketch of Carl Sandburg
Sketch of Carl Sandburg, head only. Inscribed: "To Mr. Carl Sandburg with admiration - Helmuth Nathan. 56."
Carl Sandburg sketch by Jack Rosen
Framed. Sketch of Carl Sandburg in profile. Inscribed: "To a guy who has made many people happy with his stuff - Jack Rosen."
Caption for the photograph, taped to the back: "Photogenic head of Carl Sandburg appears to have no body as it is hidden by a hassock in this picture taken from an unusual angle by Daily News photographer Charles Krejcsi." Dec. 1 - 1959 stamped on back.
Verso of B447-005-035. Caption glued to back reads: "Carl Sandburg whose selected poems edited and with an introduction by Rebecca West, has just been published by Harcourt, Brace and Company. This is the first time that a representative volume of his best work has been available." "Sep 30 - 1926" is stamped above the caption.
Carl Sandburg in an interview
Carl Sandburg in an interview with two unidentified men. The photograph is taken at an odd angle that makes Sandburg appear to be missing his body. Photograph taken by Charles Krejcsi in 1959. Dec. 1 - 1959 stamped on back.
Inscribed photograph of Carl Sandburg and another man at a table talking
Carl Sandburg with an unidentified man. The photograph is inscribed: "To Carl Sandburg - In our common line for Abraham Lincoln I send the expression of my dearest affections and devotions. Michael A. [?]."
Carl Sandburg and Eric Severeid
Carl Sandburg talking to another man in front of WTOP-TV camera. photograph inscribed, "Carl Sandburg + man stealing into his lime light - [signed] Eric Severeid."
photograph of a painting of Emannuel Herty. Photograph by H. Shobbrook Collins and dated April 1959. Painting signed - may be L. Pitchonski?
Kenneth Dodson working on a novel in Hawaii
Kenneth Dodson working on chapter thirteen of "Stranger to the Shore" on the porch in Kapaa, Kauai, Hawaii. On the back, in Dodson's handwriting, is written, "(Stranger to the Shore) Chapt. 13 went slow. Sept. 1955 - Kapaa, Kauai, Hawaii, I move an old table out here and work in the sunshine. Ken."
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