Elizabeth "Betty" Reed papers
The papers of Elizabeth “Betty” Reed contain letters, postcards, poems, flyers, and envelopes, documenting the early relationship and lifelong friendship Reed maintained with Richard Eberhart. During the 1920's and 1930's, Eberhart wrote to Reed about his affection for her, his travels around the world, and the various literary projects that he was working on, often engaging in philosophical discussions with Reed about issues such as personal outlooks on life and chastity before marriage. Eberhart also sent Reed poems, many of which were specifically for her.
- 1926 - 1929
- Reed, Elizabeth "Betty" (Person)
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Elizabeth "Betty" Reed, love interest of Richard Eberhart. Consist of letters, postcards, poems, flyers, and envelopes, documenting the early relationship and lifelong friendship Reed maintained with Richard Eberhart.
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