Poems, an unfinished novela, an autobiography, and notes by Clayton Stafford. Poems by and correspondence with Howard Baker,
J.V. Cunningham, Barbara Gibbs, Francis Golffing, Janet Lewis, Henry Ramsey, Ann Stanford, and Yvor Winters.
Clayton I. Stafford was born September 17, 1903 in Albany, New York and died in June of 1981 in Los Altos, California. He
studied engineering in college and, after a brief tour in the Navy in the 1920s, joined the Pacific Company in 1930. He served
in WWII in the Army from 1942 to 1946 working on radio research and development. During his life Stafford lived mainly in
the San Francisco area and was married three times to Jean Adams, Adelaide Fairbanks Ellsworth, and Ruth Homer . His last
wife, Ruth, survived him, and is responsible for the selection and donation of the collection, as well as the many notes throughout.
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