The Gerald Dawe papers (1967-200) contain personal and literary papers of Irish poet and literary editor Gerald Dawe including correspondence, manuscripts, photographs, and audio tapes.
The Gerald Dawe Papers comprise approximately 5 linear ft (12 boxes). The papers contains manuscripts, correspondence, photographs and audio tapes related to Dawe's own creative work as well as his role as a literary editor. Prominent correspondents include John Banville, John F. Deane, Padriac Fiacc, Seamus Heaney and Ewart Milne. The dates of the collection are 1967-2000.
Organized into five series: (1) Poetry, (2) Prose, (3) Correspondence, (4) Photographs, and (5) Audio tapes.
Prominent correspondents include John Banville, John F. Deane, Padriac Fiacc, Seamus Heaney and Ewart Milne.
5 linear ft. (12 boxes)
Copyright interests have not been transferred to Boston College.
Originally purchased by Boston College in 2000, with subsequent purchases since.