Two scrapbooks, typed poems, correspondence, memoirs, and drafts of published works by William Van Wyck.
William Van Wyck (1883-1956) was a critic, lecturer, and USC alumnus (BA 1917; MA 1918). He also attended the University of
Geneva, New York University, and UCLA. He published a number of translations, including ones of
The Canterbury Tales,
Cyrano de Bergerac,
Sonnets for Helen, and
1.67 Linear feet
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