Sarah Litsey papers, 1957

Descriptive Summary

Title
Sarah Litsey papers, 1957
Creator
Litsey, Sarah, 1903-
Extent
.5 cubic ft.
Subjects
Manuscripts (for publication)
Poems.
Kentucky author
Arrangement
Arranged by accession number.
Finding Aid Author
Processed by: Archives Staff ; machine-readable finding aid created by:Eric Weig
Repository
University of Kentucky

Collection Overview

Biography / History
Author, Poet. Miss Litsey was the daughter of Edwin Carlile Litsey, one-time poet laureate of Kentucky. She was born and raised in Springfield, Ky. She graduated from Radcliffe College. She married Frank Wilson Ney in 1933 and lived in Connecticut at the time these materials were donated to the University of Kentucky.
Scope and Content
This collection contains manuscripts of writings by Sarah Litsey, a Kentucky-born author and poet. It includes typescripts for THE OLDEST APRIL, a book of poetry, and THE INTIMATE ILLUSION, a novel set in Kentucky.

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