Bryan J. Reynolds Papers, 1940-1941 | East Texas Research Center

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Collection Overview

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ID: A/73

Primary Creator: Reynolds, Bryan J. (1911-)

Extent: 0.2 Linear Feet

Subjects: College students' writings, American -- Texas -- Stephen F. Austin State University, Poets, Reynolds, Bryan J., 1911- -- Written works

Scope and Contents of the Materials

This collection consists of a notebook of carbon typescripts of poems, some of which are signed by the author, plus two poems xeroxed from the SFA student publication, Pulp. The poems offer a variety of settings. Many are about the sea and ports, others are set in East Texas, France and Spain. The author expresses concern about the World War in Europe and has tributes to three favorite authors, Edgar Allan Poe, Guy de Maupassant and Carl Sandburg.

Collection Historical Note

Bryan Reynolds was born in Monroe, Louisiana in September, 1911. He listed his home town as Clifton, Texas while he was attending Stephen F. Austin State University from Spring 1939 to Fall 1941. While attending SFASU he worked on the Pine Log and was a member of a creative writing group, the Die Hards, sponsored by Librarian Mildred Wyatt.

("Reynolds, Bryan J." Control File. East Texas Research Center. Ralph W. Steen Library. Stephen F. Austin State University).

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College students' writings, American -- Texas -- Stephen F. Austin State University
Poets
Reynolds, Bryan J., 1911- -- Written works


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