Frost, Richard (1929- )
Scope:
The Richard Frost collection includes manuscripts, correspondence, and printed materials.

Collected manuscripts consist primarily of poems, dating from 1950 to 1957 and 1960 to 1967, including "Church Bell at Night," "The Judging of Spring," "Blights and Promises," "Eine Kleine Jazzmuzic," "The Move," "The Poet at Ten," "Vermont, Late August," "From the House Top," and "When My Camera Went Bad," among others. Poems written in Europe (1966-1967) are collected in a holograph notebook.

Correspondence in the collection includes roughly 1500 letters, mainly personal, composed between 1959 and 1968. Correspondents include Frost’s parents and children, Jan McKenzie, Reed Whitman, and others.

Collected printed materials consist of a Michigan Quarterly Review in which "Walking Home at Night, Drunk, Through the Woods, Alone" is published, as well as photocopies of news clippings and book announcements.
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Notable Figures
1. Frost, Richard, 1929-
Associated Subjects
1. Literary Collections Subject Guide
2. Poetry Subject Guide