Coblentz, Stanton (1896-1982)
The Stanton Coblentz collection consists of manuscripts, printed material, notebooks, correspondence, and other material.

Manuscripts by Coblentz in the collection includes drafts of fiction, non-fiction, and poetry.  Prose works include The Lizard Lords (Thomas Bouregy, 1964); Avarice: A History (Public Affairs Press, 1965); Ten Crises in Civilization (Follett, 1965); Demons, Witch Doctors and Modern Man (Yoseloff, 1965); Lord of Tranerica (Thomas Bouregy, 1966); The Paradox of Man's Greatness (Public Affairs Press, 1966); The Power Trap (A. S. Barnes, 1970); The Militant Dissenters (A. S. Barnes, 1970); and others.  Drafts of poetry collections include Time's Travelers (Wings Press, 1952); The Pageant of the New World (Diabolo Press, 1968); Sea Cliffs and Green Ridges: Poems of the West (Naturegraph Co., 1979); and others.  Also present are some manuscripts of poems by other authors.

Printed material in the collection includes newspaper and magazine clippings of published poems, essays, and book reviews by Coblentz, as well as research material and works by other authors.  The printed items date from 1920 to 1981.

The collection includes several notebooks Coblentz kept, dating from 1921 to 1975.

Correspondence in the collection consists of personal and professional letters, dating from 1929 to 1981.  Notable correspondents include Abraham S. Burack, Wilson MacDonald, J.W. Filbright, Pearl S. Buck, and Robert R. Kirsch.
Notable Figures
1. Coblentz, Stanton Arthur, 1896-1982
Associated Subjects
1. Literary Collections Subject Guide
2. Poetry Subject Guide