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The Days of Walter Harding, Thoreau Scholar
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Collection: Walter Harding and William M Kelley
Letter from Kelley to Harding
A letter from August 1965 in which Kelley writes to Harding about using him as a reference on a resume and sends back a key he forgot to return.
"Books of the Times" Review of "A Drop of Patience"
In this New York Times review, "A Drop of Patience" is called terse and vivid.
Walter Harding Canoe
A picture of Professor Walter Harding in a canoe. He looks happy to be channeling Thoreau.
Kelley and Harding at a Party
Walter Harding and William Kelley together at some sort of public function. An unknown woman (possibly Harding's wife) stands between them.
Where Color Doesn't Matter
A glowing review by Walter Harding of "Dancers on the Shore", Kelley's second novel (which was a group of 16 short stories). It is partially due to Harding's enthusiastic reception of Kelley's work that he was able to lock him into a position at…
William Kelley writes to Walter Harding, 1970
Kelley writes a friendly correspondence to Harding and discusses his thoughts on teaching at Geneseo.