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1940 Aug. 19

Langland, Judy G. Wood

Letter from Judy G. Wood Langland to Joseph Langland

Bread Loaf (Vt.) - Pleased to have Joe's picture. Much to tell about the writer's conference now that she is done serving; it is a little disappointing. Walter Prichard Eaton's talk; first verse clinic; Untermeyer's critique.

Joseph Langland Papers

1940 Aug. 19

Langland, Judy G. Wood

Letter from Judy G. Wood Langland to Joseph Langland

Bread Loaf (Vt.) - Excitement over the writers' conference at Bread Loaf. Robert Frost, who likes his iced tea, "is as charming to wait upon as to listen to lecture although I was a little disappointed when he gave the same lecture here at the conference that he gave to the Hoi Polloi." Louis Untermeyer's disdain for analyzing poetry closely. Conference is a little disappointing in that m... more

Joseph Langland Papers

1941 Apr. 10

Langland, Joseph

Letter from Joseph Langland to Judith G. Wood Langland

Iowa City (Iowa) - Given chance to return to Bread Loaf on scholarship, but has declined since one of his brothers wishes to get away from the farm during the summer. Is writing continually, making little progress on poetry, but some on essays. Harvard, Yale, and Columbia are all retrenching on appointments for graduate assistants. War fever is heating Iowa: "The sense of conflict is so f... more

Joseph Langland Papers

1941 Sept. 19

Langland, Judy G. Wood

Letter from Judy G. Wood Langland to Joseph Langland

Weymouth Heights (Mass.) - Draft of letter (see mufs181-b001-f052-i001): Has not written for a long time, but glad to hear from Joe. Bread Loaf started first week of July. Lyle Glazier. Missed Joe at Bread Loaf; missed their singing and hiking. Studied with John Crow Ransom, Elizabeth Drew, Theodore Meyer Greene.

Joseph Langland Papers

1941 Sept. 19

Langland, Judy G. Wood

Letter from Judy G. Wood Langland to Joseph Langland

Weymouth Heights (Mass.) - Has not written for a long time, but glad to hear from Joe. Bread Loaf started first week of July. Lyle Glazier. Missed Joe at Bread Loaf; missed their singing and hiking. Studied with John Crow Ransom, Elizabeth Drew, Theodore Meyer Greene.

Joseph Langland Papers

1941 Oct. 19

Langland, Joseph

Letter from Joseph Langland to Judith G. Wood Langland

Blair (Nebr.) - Gave a talk on Bread Loaf for the history club at Dana College. Planning a canoe track from Lake Winnipeg to Hudson Bay. Publishing. Teaching at Dana.

Joseph Langland Papers

1941 Nov. 16

Langland, Judy G. Wood

Letter from Judy G. Wood Langland to Joseph Langland

Whitman (Mass.) - Meeting Bob at Harvard Law, talking about Joe. Course at Harvard on JA Richards theory of language. Visit with mother to the Old Manse in Concord.

Joseph Langland Papers

1941 Dec.

Langland, Judy G. Wood

Letter from Judy G. Wood Langland to Joseph Langland

Cohasset (Mass.) - Darkness and weather; Cohasset. Fire in Whitman. Harvard course is nearly over.

Joseph Langland Papers

1941 Dec.

Langland, Judy G. Wood

Greeting card from Judy G. Wood Langland to Joseph Langland

Wonders how the declaration of war affects his draft status. Will have three performances of the Christmas play.

Joseph Langland Papers

1942 Jan. 9

Langland, Joseph

Letter from Joseph Langland to Judith G. Wood Langland

Blair (Nebr.) - Has a session with the draft board during the vacation and has been placed in class IIA until June 10, 1942, hoping to finish out the year teaching, but may enlist before being drafted as a buck private so as to use his education for the better. War in the east is not going well: "But, no matter! We always have wars, and I am in favor of them. It is a little hard to ha... more

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