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Dilworth, Hiram Powers. Papers
.3 linear ft (3 folderst)
Special Collections Research Center
Hiram Powers Dilworth, poet. The Hiram Powers Dilworth Papers consist of two manuscripts of Dilworth's 101 Nights, correspondence, and other materials relating to Dilworth's career as a poet.
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Hiram Powers Dilworth was born May 19, 1878. He was the Poet-Guard of the Art Institute of Chicago, as well as a contributor to Chicago's Poetry: A Magazine of Verse.
Dilworth was the author of over twenty books of poetry, including The Year (1908), Seven Sonnets and Ode to the Merry Moment (1916), Harry Butters: a monody (1917), Songs of autumn (1922)Memorial sonnets ...(1926),Ode on the Pure Art and the Great Achievement and the Enduring Name of Fannie Bloomfield-Zeisler (1928), The Cup of Joy (1937), and 101 Nights.
Hiram Powers Dilworth died in November 1974.
The Hiram Powers Dilworth Papers consist of two manuscripts of Dilworth's 101 Nights, correspondence; and other materials relating to Dilworth's career as a poet.
The following related resources are located in the Department of Special Collections:
|Box 1 Folder 1|
Manuscript, 101 Nights
|Box 1 Folder 2|
Manuscript, 101 Nights: In the House of Anacmeon
|Box 1 Folder 3|