J. Mitchell Pilcher papers, 1890s-1972 | Louisiana Research Collection

Title: J. Mitchell Pilcher papers, 1890s-1972
ID: LaRC/Manuscripts Collection 306
Extent: 7.0 Boxes
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Box 1: Correspondence, 1890s-1934
Box 2: Correspondence, 1935-1936
Box 3: Papers and correspondence, 1937-1959
Box 4: Correspondence; certificates, poetry, music, personal matter, 1960-1971 and undated
Box 5: University of Chicago home study course, 1933-1935
Box 6: Photographs and newspaper clippings
Box 7: Pamphlets, bulletins, journals
Volume 1: "Hearth Fire Lyric", 1959 summer
Volume 2: "Lady Petite", "Bright in Mosaic" book review, 1961 winter
Volume 3: "J. Mitchell Pilcher: Page Poet", 1962 spring
Volume 4: Other articles by J. Mitchell Pilcher, 1938 October 7-1940 October 11
Volume 5: "Angels at Meaux, France. A Christmas Story", 1943 December 17 Friday
Volume 6: "April Miracle in Normandy", 1949 June 6
Volume 7: "To Hasten Peaceful Days", "Freedom Week" sonnet, 1954 February 25
Volume 8: "Memorial Day in Normandy", 1956 June 11
Volume 9: "Neger Singen Religoise Lieder" (The Negro Spiritual Etude), 1946 April, 1948 January
Volume 10: Judah Philip Benjamin or Jewish Philosophy Fulfilled
Volume 11: "Daniel Webster in Louisiana History", 1922 October
Volume 12: "Minutes of Meetings of Louisiana Historical Society", 1925 January
Volume 13: Memorial award book (number 2), Florida State Poetry Society, Incorporated
Volume 14: "April Miracle in Normandy, An Ode"
Volume 14A: April Miracle in Normandy, 1948 April
Volume 15: "The Story of Marksville, Louisiana"
Volume 16: "Racial Values and National Life", 1944 April
Volume 17: "Cavalcade of Alabama Negroes", 1945 April
Volume 18: Scimitar and Song, 1943 February
Volume 19: War and Peace
Volume 20: The Monthly Supplement, Who's Who, 1944 September
Volume 21: The Monthly Supplement, 1952 October
Volume 22: Wilson Library bulletin, 1944 June
Volume 23: Wings of the Spirit
Volume 24: Abandoned House Letters, 1954-1955 summer
Volume 25: Adventures in Spiritual Biology
Volume 26: After Verdun - The Longer Harder Battle of Peace
Volume 27: April Miracle in Normandy
Volume 28: The Best Years of My Life, Letters to J. Mitchell Pilcher about Inter-Racial Relations, Social Work, and Junior College Chapliancy
Volume 29: Wood Notes; Charleston Symphone Orchestra, undated; 1948-1949
Volume 30: The First Noel
Volume 31: Journalism: An Attitude Toward All Life, Letters to: J. Mitchell Pilcher About His Journalistic Articles, Book Reviews, and Published Volumes
Volume 32: Letters pertaining to social work among Alabama negroes
Volume 33: Letters pertaining to social work, library facilities for negroes, et cetera
Volume 34: The Lighfoot Lads (Seasoned in the Wars)
Volume 35: Miles to go...
Volume 36: Miscellaneous items pertaining to social and war work
Volume 37: More about "Wood Notes"
Volume 38: Our Alabama Campus Poets: the new poetry national recognition and merit awards
Volume 39: A Psychological Approach to Music
Volume 40: The Psychological Approach, Wagner's Flying Dutchman and other letters
Volume 41: Pilcher: A Thriving Poet, by Allen Rankin; Letters to J. Mitchell Pilcher (in this unpoetic year)
Volume 42: Stirred Up By What I See, by Lew Sarett
Volume 43: The Story of an Ode: April Miracle in Normandy
Volume 44: The Sultan's Red Slippers
Volume 45: Thanks for Writing to Us, 1954-1955
Volume 46: To Hasten Peaceful Days, later poems
Volume 47: To Preserve and Protect Our Southern Customs
Volume 48: Saluting Negro Composers
Volume 49: When I Came Piping Through the Land, Verse Seasoned in the Wars, The Story of a Poet of the People
Volume 50: National Poetry Day news features and programs, awards and recognitions
Volume 51: When the Lamps of Eve are Lighted, letters to J. Mitchell Pilcher; Correspondence about the American Heritage Project, poetry, music and social work
Volume 52: Letters related to Wood Notes, composed by William Grant Still
Volume 53: Wings of the Spirit letters and acknowledgements
Volume 54: Wood Notes scrapbook
Volume 55: Scrapbook
Volume 56: Joseph William Joffrion
Volume 57: Scrap Book
Volume 58: Chapel talks and campus notes of J. Mitchell Pilcher's student-pastorate in Berkley, California
Volume 59: Two years on a Mississippi circuit, clippings of church news items and services conducted in Laurel, Mississippi
Volume 60: Two Years in the Home Mission Fields of South Alabama
Volume 61: Autobiography of the Soul
Volume 62: The Shadow of the Dial Turns Back, II Kings, 20:11
Volume 63: Writings of J. Mitchell Pilcher
Volume 64: The Role of the Poet in a World at War
Volume 65: Life's Unrolling Magic, selected poems
Volume 66: Above the Bugle Notes
Volume 67: A New Vision
Volume 68: Relation of Religion to Biology or The Search for God in the Realm of Science
Volume 69: Poetry in Working Clothes
Volume 70: The Negro Spiritual, 1946 April
Volume 71: A Century of Sacrifice and Service Representing the Parish History of the First Unitarian Church, New Orleans, 1833-1933
Volume 72: Scrapbook
Volume 73: The Words Unsaid
Volume 74: Crescent City Chats, A Creole City Column
Volume 75: Adventures in Spiritual Biology, The Human Soul, In Search of Psychic Reality
Volume 76: The Rambling Muse

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