Eberhart, Richard (1904-2005)
Scope:
The Richard Eberhart collection includes manuscripts, correspondence, printed material, and other material.

Manuscripts in the collection consist primarily of poetry, including drafts of "Sea Burial," "Marrakech," "The Ides of March," and "Upon Returning to a Lake in Spring." Also present are manuscripts for two lectures on poetry and a signed draft of The Mad Musician.

Collected correspondence includes twelve autograph letters to and from Allen Ginsberg (1940-1967). Letters discuss William Burroughs, Jack Kerouac, Gary Snyder, and Eberhart's work.

Printed materials in the collection include a review of A Bravery of Earth, a signed copy of The Hollins Critic, a Dartmouth Glee Club program, a brochure for Goucher College Poetry Series, signed copies of "The Vastness and Indifference of the World" and "The Ides of March," and a brochure for an Eberhart poetry symposium.

Additional materials consist of a certificate from the New England Theatre conference and a copy of The South Florida Poetry Journal containing holograph poems by Eberhart. 
Notable Figures
1. Eberhart, Richard, 1904-2005
Associated Subjects
1. Poetry Subject Guide
2. American poetry -- 20th century.
3. Poets, American