Letters and manuscripts, 1918-1940, pertaining to New Humanism movement of the 1920's. New Humanism is a philosophical and
critical movement that flourished in the U.S. under the leadership of Irving Babbitt and Paul E. More, whose 1929-1930 articles
and correspondence with Foerster comprise the bulk of the collection. Foerster and T.S. Eliot were members of the movement
which stressed the human ethical elements of existence, as distinguished from the supernatural or animal elements. Collection
includes prepublication drafts, clippings, research notes, and correspondence; a total of 1,000 items in 5 boxes.
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