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American Academy of Arts and Letters


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American Academy of Arts and Letters

American Academy of Arts and Letters

American Academy of Arts and Letters

American Academy of Arts and Letters

American Academy and Institute of Arts and Letters

American Academy and Institute of Arts and Letters

PAGE, Thomas Nelson (1853 - 1922), Member of American Academy of Arts and Letters

SEDGWICK, Henry Dwight (1861 - 1957), Essayist and Historian; Fellow of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences; Member of the American Academy of Arts and Letters; Member of Massachusetts Historical Society

WOODBERRY, George Edward (1855 - 1930), Member of the American Academy of Arts and Letters and of American Academy of Arts and Sciences; Professor of Comparative Literature, retired

HUGHES, Richard (Arthur Warren) (1900 - 1976), Hon. Member, American Academy of Arts and Letters and National Institute of Arts and Letters (Blashfield Foundation Address, 1969); author

MILLAY, Edna St Vincent (1892 - 1950), Poet; Member of American Academy of Arts and Letters; Member of American Society of Composers, Authors and Publishers

FORSTER, Edward Morgan (1879 - 1970), a Vice-President of the London Library; Hon. Corresponding Member: American Academy of Arts and Letters; Bavarian Academy of Fine Arts; President, Cambridge Humanists

PHELPS, William Lyon (1865 - 1943), Lampson Professor of English Literature, Yale, 1901–33; late Public Orator, Yale University; Member of American Academy of Arts and Letters; Member of American Philosophical Society; Fellow American Academy of Arts and Sciences; Fellow American Geographical Society

WARREN, Robert Penn (1905 - 1989), writer; US Poet Laureate, 1986–87; Member of: American Academy and Institute of Arts and Letters; American Philosophical Society; American Academy of Arts and Sciences; Professor of English, Yale University, 1962–73, now Emeritus

SCHOFIELD, W. Elmer (1867 - 1944), Academician National Academy, New York; Member of American Institute of Arts and Letters; represented in the Musée de Luxembourg, Paris

CHEVRILLON, André (1864 - 1957), member of the French Academy; Officier de la Légion d’Honneur; Fellow of Royal Society of Literature; foreign member of American Academy of Arts and Letters

CALDWELL, Erskine (1903 - 1987), author; Editor of American Folkways, 1940–55; Member: Authors’ League; American PEN; (Hon.) American Academy and Institute of Arts and Letters

BROWNELL, William Crary (1851 - 1928), Member of the American Academy of Arts and Letters; author, editor, and literary adviser, with Charles Scribner’s Sons, publishers, since 1888

FROST, Robert (1874 - 1963), Poetry Consultant to the Library of Congress, since 1958; Member of American Academy of Arts and Letters; Member of American Philosophical Society; George Ticknor Fellow in Humanities, Dartmouth College

 

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Organization that amalgamated (1976) the American Institute of Arts and Letters (founded 1898), modeled on the French Academy, with 250 members divided into sections in Art, Literature, and Music, and ...

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