As if being a prolific poet, playwright and writer weren't enough -- winning Pulitzer Prizes in 1933, 1952 and 1958 along the way, as well as a National Book Award and numerous others -- this man of letters was appointed Librarian of Congress in 1939, and despite his lack of a library science degree he reorganized and revolutionized that unwieldy behemoth before departing in 1944; oh yes, he also squeezed in a career as an attorney and as writing professor at Harvard. "MacLeish / Conway Mass / 01341" in bold black fineline on a 3¼" X 1" blue-bordered address label, n.p., n.y. [ca. 1970]. In MacLeish's usual tiny script. Item #34192

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