|Repository:||Georgia Historical Society|
|Creator:||Lovett, Caroline Lewis.|
|Title:||Caroline Lewis Lovett letters and address|
|Extent:||0.15 cubic feet (5 folders)|
Caroline Lewis Lovett (1901-1983), the daughter of Watkins Price Lovett and Howard Meriwether Lovett, was born in Screven County, Georgia and spent many years of her girlhood in Augusta, Georgia. In 1919 she moved to St. Louis with part of the family. For 36 years she was head of the Print Division of Free Library, Philadelphia. On her retirement in 1962 she moved to Savannah, Georgia.
The papers in this collection are letters Caroline Lewis Lovett received from literary persons; a few are from her to them. Correspondents are Stephen Vincent Benet, poet, and his wife, Rosemary; William Rose Benet, editor; Berry Fleming, novelist; and Walker Hancock, sculptor. The 1921 letter contains reminiscences of Augusta, Georgia. They are arranged in folders alphabetically by the name of the correspondent.
Material was acquired from creator.
[item identification], Caroline Lewis Lovett letters and address, MS 501, Georgia Historical Society, Savannah, Georgia.
Gift of Caroline Lewis Lovett, 1971.
Collection is open for research.
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|1||Items 1-5: Stephen Vincent Benet and his wife Rosemary Carr Benet, 1921-1946|
|The letter of 1921 is a reminiscent letter of Augusta; Mrs. Benet's letters are about him and his work. One is a letter of C.L. Lovett to her mother, July 18, 1929, with a detailed description of her visit with the Benet's in Paris.|
|2||Items 6-13: William Rose Benet letters, 1944-1946|
|Regarding his brother, Stephen.|
|3||Items 14-20: Berry Fleming, 1944-1963|
|Regarding some of his books.|
|4||Items 21-22: Walker Hancock, 1970|
|Regarding Stone Mountain Memorial; a post card has a picture of Hancock's War Memorial in Pennsylvania Station, Philadelphia.|
|5||Item 23: Paper regarding John Laurens, read at Franco-American Circle, Philadelphia|