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Guide to the Edith Thurston Keyes Papers MS 216
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Poetry by Edith Thurston Keyes, 1932 September and undated


“The Poet’s Training,” “California Springtime,” and “Longing,” among other poems.
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Scrapbook 1 (loose pages), 1948 November 18–1952 May 18 and undated

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Scrapbook 2 (loose pages), 1950 June 9–1956 February 21 and undated

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Scrapbook 3 (loose pages), 1941 November 4–1954 April and undated


Letter from Edward H. Davis to Edith Thurston Keyes, thanking her for the book of poetry, June 24, 194?
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The American Bard (journal), 1950 October-December


Review of Edith Thurston Keyes’ book, "The Twilight Trail," by Etta Josephean Murfey (page 48)
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Poetry by various authors, 1940 March and undated


Poems by Frances MacFarland Bock, James Whitcomb Riley and Eugene Field, among others.
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"Poems of Ships" scrapbook, 1952

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Inez Arnold Campbell handmade a scrapbook titled “Poems of Ships” for Edith Thurston Keyes in 1952. The scrapbook is a compilation of poems and illustrations relating to ships.
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Christmas scrapbook, 1955 December

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Inez Arnold Campbell handmade a Christmas scrapbook for Edith Thurston Keyes in 1955. The scrapbook is a compilation of poetry and writings about the Christmas season and religion. The scrapbook includes illustrations.